Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Nihon Kai, Old Klang Road

How's ur Christmas? Hope you had a good one. As for me, hubby had booked a nice Japanese restaurant for dinner that day. Nihon Kai at Old Klang Road were highly recommended and promoted by his friends. Which is why he brought me there since he know I like Japanese food so much...

When we there, its was fully booked. Pheww, luckily hubby make a reservation earlier.


We ordered alot of food as we so tempting to try as much of food they have here.

Shake Sashimi RM21 for 5 thick slices of salmon...very nice!

Itako & Kurage RM6 were so so, abit dry or it should be really dry?

I gotta tell you that Japanese Salad is actually very nice. Really like this Shake Sashimi Salad RM15 which come in a very big bowl...

The assorted sushi we have ordered:-
Ebikko Sushi 4 pc - RM14
Ebi Sushi 2 pc - RM5
Shake Maki - RM16
Nihon Kai Sp Maki - RM16
Ebi Tenpura Maki - RM16

Ebi Tenpura Maki RM16, they use very big prawns for this tempura...

Shake Don....

Since it was Christmas, they have this special dinner set for RM38 which come with rice, miso soup and also chawanmushi...

Strawberry ice cream come with the X'mas Set...

More ice cream. Macha Ice Cream RM4 and Goma Ice Cream RM8. We all love the Goma Ice Cream but it was really a small scoop...

They do serve a wide selection of lunch and dinner set whereby dinner will be slighty more expensive by a few dollar.

If you plan to visit this place, make sure you make reservation. And now we have one more great option for Japanese food...

Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant
No-4-2 Jln Telok Gadong
Off Jalan Klang Lama
58100 KL
03-7982 3668
Lunch 12-3pm
Dinner 6-10pm

Friday, December 17, 2010

Good food arround you...

First, it was the home made meal by my aunts... chicken chop, fish chop, beef steak, pasta, salad, mashed potato, alot of greens and also mushroom soup...ahh, the feeling were so warm

Then, it was sister turn tapao all type of dim dum you can imagine... I love it but I'm abit scared of dim sum now...


Next, mom birthday dinner at Wing Heong...
Dragon boat, heard this is their award winning dish during a competition recently. Four type of different dish served on a boat, it's a very huge serving...


Next, we have a half serving of Pun Choy. Eventhough it was only a half serving, but we really got full with it. Imagine if it a full serving. Pun Choy may looks tricky as there is another layer of food beneath it.


A fish cooked two way, spicy and non-spicy. Of course, the fish slice were the favourite among us. Really full and the only thing I can do now is munching the carrot and celery stick...


The lovely home made cheese cake by aunt...we all laughed when aunt says the mint leave were pick from the garden...



Restoran Wing Heong
2014, Taman Bukit Blossom,
Jalan Tok Ungku, Seremban
70100 Negeri Sembilan.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Changmai Food @ Sec 17, PJ

Was browsing thru the new food guide book and this place somehow catch my attention. As described in the book, this small thai food stall run by a thais which served affordable thai food. This place is not difficult to find actually. It's inside Jackson Restaurant which is a corner shop, somewhere very nearby to the 17th district night market.

Not to worry as the thai can speak cantonese and the colourful pictures make it even easier for you to make order.


One of their signature dish - Kerabu Ikan Bilis, RM6. I found the ikan bilis tasted sweet, perhaps they add sugar while frying it. The portion were quite big and there's alot of bird chilies, which we can't managed to finish it.


They have 2 type of tom yum here, the white and the red at RM10. I believe the one we usually have is called red tom yum. I order the white one which I thought it will be the milky type, turn out its clear soup tom yum, hahaha... Well, it's actually taste not much different with the normal type and there's lots of prawns and mushroom inside.


Long bean with prawns rice RM5 was quite spicy too. And there's alot prawns in it...


One of the none spicy food - Fried rice with salted fish and kailan RM5. Huge serving...


Well, I can say this place does not served the best thai food, yet its still acceptable for me and most, I think. But this place definetely a place where you can have an affordable thai meal. This whole meal only cost RM26, which I don't think you can get elsewhere.

Changmai Food
Restaurant Jackson.
No. 1083, Jalan 17/27
Petaling Jaya
Open from 9 to 9

Stomach were full, but no the eye. Saw a yau tiu stall outside and bought this ham chim peng with yam filling RM1. My first time trying ham chim peng with filling inside. Not bad, managed to finish it within 1 minute, hahaha mom says its better to eat while it's still hot.


Thursday, October 14, 2010

Dim sum @ Wing Heong, Seremban

Suddenly I feel so old because my youngest sister with the age gap of 10 years has finally received her first pay check. And now its her turn to treat me.

Well, she has suggested to have dim sum at Wing Heong which is very nearby to our house. Wing Heong which is just a few minutes drive from Seremban 2nd toll exit has been exist for quite awhile in our small hometown. Usually where people held their wedding dinner and with business expanding, it's no surprise seeing them serves dim sum as well.


A quiet dim sum lunch on weekday...with my favourite jasmine tea, heong pin


Recommended xiu long bao, sip the mouthful of hot piping soup first before eating the meat...


Fried prawn roll with equally balanced of pork meat and wholed prawn...


Salad prawn were not recommended, abit too dry. But the siew mai and seaweed roll is not bad...


The star of the meal - scallop roll which priced at RM10 each, worth every single cent you pay for it. The fried bacon wrapping the fish meat and scallop with pepperish mayonise is really delicious. Sister, can you treat me this again next month?

They serve paos and lo mah kai as well which we skipped. Average dim sum per plate is RM3++. Worth for a try...

Restoran Wing Heong
2014, Taman Bukit Blossom,
Jalan Tok Ungku, Seremban
70100 Negeri Sembilan.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Happy Mid Autumn~

Hope it's not too late...This year I'm buying the mooncake last minute. Had wanted to try this mooncake from Taiwan but everytime miss it.


Very pretty isn't? There were a few packages to choose. I have choose the smallest package - Moonlight Mooncake RM53. Consist of Agar Konjac Jelly - Green Plum and Sakura flavor.


From left to right, Up to bottom:-
Traditional Pomelo Mochi.
2 Mini Red Bean Chesnut Mooncake.
2 Mini Brown Rice Green Tea Mooncake.
Chocolate Rice Ball with peanut filling.


Hope you have a nice Happy Mid Autumn~

Bangkok again (part 4)

It's really a happening place at Chatuchak. When you are tired of the shopping, you may choose to rest while enjoying a drink at any of the nice cafe there...


First time eating a warm doughnut which on stick, not bad and it's only cost 13 baht...I had the green tea


One of the stall selling Som Tum, which a spicy salad made from shredded unripened papaya. You can have it with fried chicken, shrimp, squid, beef or even pork... A little spicy and sourish


Hubby can't take his eyes off when passing this stall displaying BIG prawns... The owner are so good, telling us that our tom yum and fried rice will cost 600 baht before placing our order to kitchen...she's being honest anyway as she's afraid we might complain later...


Our tom yum was the milky style which I quite like. The big prawns definetely make the soup alot sweeter and tastier...


Our fried rice with BIG prawns served on BIG plate, hahaha...taste normal but I like they present the food, like so grand!


Our dessert, very delicious homemade coconut ice cream...


Dinner were at Shabu Shi which we spotted after we went to Erawan for some prayers...Shabu Shi by OISHI is a Shabu-shabu and Sushi buffet served Kaiten style...


Just pay 282 baht and you can have 1 hour and 15 minits to eat anything which is on the kaiten belt...not bad huh


Salmon sashimi is a side order where you just need to pay 49 baht for 5 slices of thick salmon...


Tate cafe at airport is the cafe where we have a cup of coffee and a slice of cake before returing back to KL.


That come to the end of my Bangkok post. And you know what I'm already missing Bangkok and hopefully I can go again next year.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Bangkok again (part 3)

If your hotel is near to BTS like me, you can actually purchase a BTS One-Day Pass. Just pay 120 baht for unlimited ride. Most of the tourist destination and shopping are actually very nearby to BTS.


My second day are mostly spend at Chatuchak Weekend market which is just a 5-minute walk from the Mo Chit station. Well known as the largest market in Bangkok which sells almost anything that you can think of are a heaven for shoppers...


Colourful flower...


Pardon me, if you know me well then you must know I'll be eyeing on those cute cute stuff...


It's really a hot day, I couldn't resist to buy this cute hand fan. I think it is 20 baht...


Enough with the shopping, next post will be on food, food and FOOD....
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