Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Toast Box @ Food Republic food court, Pavillion KL

During my last trip to Singapore, my sister in law told me Toast Box is very famous and crowded in Singapore. I did not try at Singapore due to travel alone and full after ate Din Tai Fung. Today while I was looking a place for tea time after a busy and long shopping, I found Toast Box at Food Republic food court at Pavillion KL. I ordered 2 drinks and 1 traditional kaya toast. The price is reasonable and the toast is delicious for me.

Restaurant Pao Xiang Bah Kut Teh @ Pavillion KL Shopping Mall

Today tasted a delicious Bah Kut Teh (meat bone tea) at Restaurant Pao Xiang Bah Kut Teh located at Pavillion KL Shopping Mall. The decoration of restaurant is given people a very old time and traditional feeling. The cock symbol is stamped on every tea cups, bowls and plates. Also, kettles of hot water prepared to have the original bah kut teh restaurant dining feel. You can enjoy delicious bah kut teh in a clean and nice environment.

Meanwhile, its menu is written in Chinese and Hokkien slang with its pictures (this shows so important to me :p). If you do not understand, the pictures can always assist you on behalf. All the dishes are served in single portion bowls with fire source beneath the bowls to keep them warm. If you want to add soup, you can always request from the assistance from the staffs there.


Pavillion KL, Lot 6.38, Level 6,
No 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-21486388

Monday, November 29, 2010

Amarin Heavenly Thai food @ Mid Valley

Last Saturday, I miss Amarin Heavenly Thai food suddenly. I did spend one lunch there before, it’s nice. This time decided to order different dishes. We ordered one asparagus, tau fu, green curry and tom yam soup. The green curry and tom yam soup are really spicy until sweating. Luckily the asparagus and tau fu are not spicy to balance up. All the dishes are delicious and yummy. Actually I did order another dish; unfortunately they missed out the order. In fact, we’re too full and unable to eat anymore. This is another excuse for me to come back again. :D

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Din Tai Fung @ Jurong Point, Singapore

Last week, went to Jurong Point for a shop alone. I walked around Jurong Point. Suddenly saw Din Tai Fung in front of me. Whoa! It’s you. Know what should eat for my lunch then. I just ordered Xiao Long Bao and two small dishes for myself. Of course end up I could not finish it.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

A place memories you @ Otak-Otak Place

food & memories u ♥

Otak-Otak Place. I always see a bicycle at the entrance of the place. It’s a place surrounded by memorabilia such as school books, cartoon (tom & jerry), green toy soldiers, and candy and so on. The good memories are never lost. All found in Otak-Otak Place, just waiting for us to discover.

The bicycle take back my memory, my dad took me to school with his old bicycle. My youngest brother always requested me the cartoon of tom & jerry. The only cartoon make me remember how stubborn he is. My neighbor took our toys and never return to us while we're playing together. And totally forget the sour candy but today appeared in front of me while I paid the bill at the counter.

It's really a place to get my memories back.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Kam Pua Mee @ Sin Ming Kee Cafe

Kam Pua Mee is a yellow noodle in oil fragranced by onion and garlic, served with roasted pork. The noodle is served with chili sauce instead of pickled sliced chili. Kam Pua Mee is available either way as below to request while the order make.

  • Plain
  • Tossed with sweet soya sauce
  • Tossed with chili sauce
  • Tossed with sweet soya sauce and chili sauce

Kam Pua Mee from Sin Ming Kee Café, is the only one traditional hand make noodle in Sibu as I known. Today most of the noodle served is from manufacturer. Under my expectation, they informed me, I need to wait because of the long queue while I make my order. Definitely it’s worth enough to wait for the delicious and traditional Kam Pua Mee. Yummy!

Kong Pian (光饼) @ Sin Ming Kee Cafe

Kong Pian (光饼) is one of the most popular delicacies in Sibu. The small, round bun topped with sprinkles of sesame seed. Traditionally, Kong Pian is based in a charcoal oven and can be eaten on its own. Today many will find the bun sandwiched with some minced meat.

Actually I went to Sin Ming Kee Cafe purposely for the famous and traditional taste Kam Pua Mee, surprisingly I found the Kong Pian fried there was delicious and yummy. At first, I ordered 3 pieces for 3 persons. End up we ordered another 2 pieces because of esurient.

Kong Pian in Origin (see below):

Sarawak Laksa @ Hock Lok Hong Cafe, Sibu

Sarawak Laksa, comes from the town of Kuching in state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It has a base of Sambal belacan, sour tamarind, garlic, galangal, lemon grass and coconut milk, topped with omelet strips, chicken strips, prawns, fresh coriander and optional lime. The ingredients such as bean sprouts, fried tofu or other seafood are not traditional but are sometime added.

I come from the town of Sibu in Sarawak state. For me, the most delicious and famous Laksa in Sibu is Laksa from Hock Lok Hong Café. I love it so much. If possible to make it, I will go every time back to Sibu. Slurpss!! Yummy!

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