Saturday, December 31, 2011

From Malacca to Muar


The Tan's sista in Malacca again...Our fav hangout place...I guess it's also a lot of Malaysian's fave holiday spot, which explained the jam during short holidays. Who would not love Malacca for its wide selection of food?


This time around we drove all the way down to Muar to hunt for more yummiess~

1st stop after almost an hour drive from Malacca is Cafe 434. It has been around since 1953 and is famous for its coffee.


Coffee selections


Ice Sai Kee Special, RM 4.30 for a hot sunny day


Sunday, December 11, 2011

The Meat Experts (TME)

RM 11 instead of RM 25.40 for a set of Big Breakfast.This deal in Groupon got us into this non-halal butcher/restaurant located Hartamas Shopping Centre. We went there on an early Sunday morning and there were already quite a crowd in the shop, indicating the popularity of it.

They have a deli counter where you can choose your yummy-licious meat. But since we got the coupon, we just sit down and wait for our food to be served.


Out of boredom~



Cappucino & Americano



Monday, November 28, 2011

Balinese @ Bora Asmara


Lot 3330 Kg Sg Penchala
Jalan Damansara
60000 Kuala Lumpur

Opens: 12-3pm & 6pm-12am

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Japan Trip 1: Hakone : Lake Ashi



tWo thumbs up for the vending machine in Japan...It's everywhere...even in the back street...but what's the point of placing it there?

The travelling starts right after 7 & half hour flight from KL to Narita Airport, leaving us no time to rest, not to mention sleep. The 1st place that we are about to visit is the Hakone area. Since it is a Japan public holiday on our arrival day, the jam is bad. We took a toilet break before we continue on the journey to Hakone which is almost 2 hours.


Cute doggie with its Jap owner.


Rows of stalls selling Jap food...but very da expensive...


This bread costed around RM6...idk whats the exact name of the bread...but it's a bit on the hard side and tasted a bit cheese and green onion.


Sunday, November 13, 2011

Long Hiatus


Me n Patrick's graduation....heypie!!! Thanks to my lovely siblings for the lovely flower and Patrick and for always being there for me...lotSa ♥...hugggsss

HeloR blog...

My apology for ignoring you for almost a month...Working life has been hectic, although that, you'll still be my no.1 priority..and since I'm not earning from you I'll need to find an alternative way to support my spending as well as my travelling...

LoL...working in the media had made my brain gone haywire...hahas...Anyway...a short update on my upcoming blog entry: I had just came back from the company trip and for those who are wondering where we went, it is "the land of rising sun"- Japan.

Words can't express how I feel when the company announce Japan for company trip...okay...enuff of self talk...

Sneak peek of the Japan trip~


Nice Mount Fuji view from Owakudani volcano area~


Fulfilling my dream of eating sashimi in Japan >.<, as well as eating The World's No 4 Most Delicious Food~


Every girl's dream~Miniature Cinderella castle 

That's it for now...Sayonara till the next post~

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Bubur Goreng @ Klang

Are you one of those people who hates porridge, thinking that 'I'm not sick why do I had to eat this sick people's food which tasted so bland and bla,bla bla'... This particular restaurant served porridge which will change your perception of porridge like forever.

Yay...look no further, the place is in Klang, somewhere in Taman Berkeley...yup...it is in the same Taman as the famous Klang Mee Hun Kuih.


The sign boards read Fried Porridge; for those who don't understand Malay. You people might be wondering, how-lah to fry porridge...I don't believe it myself either...


Some random herbal steam chicken which we order. The taste is ok, but idk why they serve it cold. It will be way better if it's steaming hot.


Here comes our Fried Porridge RM 12, with actual, big sized fried pork lard....unhealthy but tasted heaven!! The porridge only come in 1 size, imagine it was only the 2 of us when we ordered this. We could hardly finish it, but in the end we still did it because it was just to yummy...


Ingredients spotted in the bowl: yam, beancurd, dry squid, shrimp. The ingredient may sound ordinary but mix it all together with the superior stock and dark soy sauce and ta-da= yummy fried porridge which you can only get in Klang. 

That's the only thing that we had that day. Apology cos we were too full but the restaurant is also famous for it's crab, judging from majority of the patrons there having crabs and mantis shrimp. If you are interested to find out more on what to eat, please have a look at blogs below:

IJustWana Eat
Bigboysoven

The Place:

Restaurant Bubur Goreng
32, 34 Lorong Lang,
Taman Berkeley,
41150 Klang.                          Tel 016 6868579

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Garden Feel @ Ferringhi Garden

On our Penang-all-girls trip we wanted to have a nice dinner in a nice restaurant with nice view. And so I google-d all the requirements and Ferringhi Garden popped up. And so, with no hesitation we drove all the way from Gurney to Ferringhi just to have a taste of Ferringhi Garden and it's magnificent view.

We were awed by the restaurant as all of us love its garden feel. After ordering our food, all 4 of us went around the restaurant to snap photos. Below are the outcomes:






Foods and drinks were already served by the time we finished snapping. Proof that the service is prompt over there.


Some chocolate milk shake and tropical juice...I can't remember it's price but it's around RM 10 - RM 18.90 ++.


Complimentary Garlic Bread.. RM 0. The crispiness is just nice and the cheese on top of it is yummy...


Caesar Salad. Why must they separate all the stuffs? There's chicken, iceberg lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and some of other stuffs which I can't recognize.


Nachos with dressings : tomato salsa and zesty mayo. The first few bites of the nachos is good, could be we were too hungry then. After that we find that the nachos is a bit hard and the salsa dressing a bit too spicy.


Seafood Fettuccine. There's salmon, mussels, squids and clams in it. I find the pasta to be a bit too soft. Overall it's good. This plate cost ard RM 28?


Chicken dish which I had forgotten the name...phailed :3


Ferringhi Garden Night Top View.


Ferringhi Garden Restaurant is located at Ferringhi Beach and it's hard to miss...So enjoy your garden-feel restaurant....Visit their site for some awesome pictures of the restaurant.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Salmon Steak @ Subang SS 15

Had been wanting to tryout this Salmon Steak in SS15 for quite some time, but always phailed due to my busy schedule...*ahem...read a lot of review which mentions that the Salmon steak/Western food here is cheap, so on one fine day we decided to give it a try since we are in that area.


The humble looking menu. Is it even cheap? I don't really find it cheap, tho. Maybe it used to be cheap. But since we are already seated, why not give it a try.


Faux Shark Fin Soup, RM6. Initially we wanted to try the mushroom soup, but it's out. So, sorry sharks...but I think the whole process of making this soup does not involve any shark killing as I can only see mushroom, crab stick and eggs in it.


OJ (L) , RM 6. A bit too sweet for me, and I can't taste the orange in it.


Honey Chicken, RM9.50.




Mix Chicken & Fish, RM 14. Fried fish fillet and grilled chicken. Tasted ordinary. Nothing special about it.


At the end, we none of us try their Salmon Steak, which I assume is its specialty. But judging from the food we had, we probably will not return again.

The Place




Salmon Steak Restaurant
55A, Jalan SS15/4,
Subang Jaya.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Eating at StarHill KL for ONLY RM 3.60

StarHill Gallery KL is famous for its high-end outlets like Gucci, Chopard, Fendi and the list goes on. I had went to Starhill numerous times but had never really dare to walk in to those shops, fearing that the sales assistant will look down on me.

I'll never imagine myself entering the shops in Starhill, not to mention eating there, where it will cause a hole in my wallet. But to my surprise, there's this 3.6 Teatime Promo which is unbelievably affordable and good. The promotion runs from 3pm-6pm daily for only RM3.60++ per dish..so unbelievable, right? I read somewhere that the promo ends 4th October 2011, hopefully they will extend this great promo.

This promo runs in 4 reputable restaurant: Shook!, Fisherman's Cove, Luk Yu Tea House and Pak Loh Chiu Chow. All 4 restaurants are located in the Feast level.

We were thinking western, so there's only 2 choice left but we ended up choosing Shook!. So I guess you are now anticipating on what's in the RM3.60 menu, here you go:



Not bad right? So many things to choose from. But not all are RM 3.60, some are RM4.60, but still cheap what...


While waiting for my food to come, I posed with my Iphone 4 casing which I got for only RM1. Yay...lucky us...It was some random shops opening lucky draw thing in Pavillion. There are also Mac headphones and Ipod shuffle to be won...but too bad...I feel so sad, the woman right in fron of me manage to draw the Ipod, argghhh it was suppose to be mine....


Still waiting....haha but it took only awhile for the food to arrive...I tink only a few minutes....


Grilled chicken in Pita Bread, RM 3.60.

The chicken does not taste n look chicken it tasted and looked more like tuna...*scratch head....


Grilled Cumberland 8-inch sausage with Honey mustard sauce, RM4.60. 


This is some very flavorful and juicy sausage. Thinking back, I regretted not ordering more. But the mashed potato is a dry.


Fish Tempura with Noodles, RM3.60.


The noodles is too soft and soggy. The fish is ok ,but why soak the tempura in the soup??


6-inch Pepperoni Pizza, RM4.60. 


This pizza is also good. Crispy thin crust with just enough of cheese and the tomato sauce.


Pasta Seafood Tomato Sauce, RM4.60.


Where on earth can you find pasta for RM4.60. Served with generous amounts of mussels, squid and 2 medium-sized prawn...yum yum!!

If you are thinking how can the 2 of us finish the food, mind you, the portion is quite small, but we feel damn full after finishing all of it. We feel like such a pig, for ordering so much, the couple next to us only order 1 each, but who cares, we were too hungry and it's cheap!!!

The restaurant:




Shook!
LG1, Feast Village,
Starhill Gallery.

Phone: 603 2782 3875


Me giving a thumbs up for Shook!....and also for the 3.6 Tea Promo...(please extend the promo) >.<


Star Hill 3.6 Tea Promo available at:-
Shook!
Fisherman's Cove
Luk Yu Tea House 
Pak Loh Chiu Chow


Promo ends 4th October 2011
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