Saturday, January 23, 2010

A unforgettable Bak Kut Teh Trip

I admit I'm a copycat because I have simply follow Kevin title for this time makan outing as I think there's no other title which suits this better, hahaha...Well, there's definitely some reasons to say its a unforgettable one but I rather just says the most obvious one. Ehem, which is eating 2 times of Bak Kut Teh at 2 different place in one morning in Klang. Which I guess this shall be one of my unforgettable experience...

1st stop:- Yeoh's Bak Kut Teh which has been around for some time. I remember I have been here few years ago...Just a few minutes drive from the tol and next to Hokkien Association Builing + this gigantic board on the road, I'm sure one can never easily miss it...


A cup of chinese tea to wake you up on sunday morning, erm, can I have a bigger cup pls? hehe...


Yau Char Kuai:- without you like missing something for bak kut teh...


Our pot of goodness have finally come and this is what we are here for...sacrifice of our sunday morning sleep...It's been a while I have not wake up that early to have breakfast...


Pig's stomach pepper soup...geng ar


We'll definitely need some vege to balance back the meat intake...


straw mushroom:- always my favourite adds on for Bak Kut Teh...


I believe none of us would think that within half hour later, we'll have another round of Bak Kut Teh, neither me...


2nd stop:- Teluk Pulai (Claypot) Bak Kut Teh. Lee were here to tapau for his girlfriend. But looking at the crowd here really making us to wonder how good is the Bak Kut Teh...


Without thinking much, we have seated down and ordering a pot to try try...

What else? Chinese tea again la...


This time we have order less since it's only for trying, a portion for 4. Well, it didn't dissapoint us as we found the Bak Kut Teh here alot better. The soup were more thicker and the portion were more generous...even the meat looks more meatier, which I mean you can see there's some fat on the meat.


We have requested to add on pork ribs and this is what we get...the meat were so tender that it just peeled of easily with the fork, yummy and obviously in the end it's just left the bone


After finishing the meal, saw one young guy selling mini egg tart... for me the egg tart looks very beautiful, its almost looks like those fake egg tart key chain selling at the nite market...how could I resist it? Again, it ever disappointed me...as its taste lighter and milker than those normal one... somemore you think everyone can sells egg tart untill got name card?

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Cakes at La CASA are so deliciousss!

My friends are really good at eating good food. I think they are even better than me sometimes...Remember that I say The Steamboat was a great dining place but not a good one to chat after you finishing your meal? So Cathy suggested that we hop to La Casa which was just a few steps away...According to her, the cakes are super delicious


Here's is definitely better, at least we can chat as this place is quieter...I personally quite like it here.


Since we are still full, we can only have a cuppa of coffee and tea...

And also the not to be missed - their cakes...We ordered 4 different slices for sharing. And oh my god, all of them taste so perfect. The one that make these cakes must have put a lot of effort in it, the cake, the cream, the topping, the flavor - everything was just right...I instantly fall in love with them and now they are on my top list for good cakes...


And with that, I have brought back 3 slices back home for my loves one to try...I wish I can buy all the flavor back home, hehe greedy me...So, if you like cakes, then you must come here and try it out. Prices for each slices of cake vary depends on which one you choose and I'll will definitely back for more!


La Casa
GF-05 The Waterfront @ Desa Parkcity
5 Persiaran Residen
Desa ParkCity
52200, KL
Tel: 03-62808875

Thursday, January 14, 2010

The Steamboat Ketam Village

Looking at this place, it can be difficult to guess that it's a place for steamboat. For me it's looks more like a coffee lounge, isn't? Back to eating steamboat, normally I'll have it at the roadside stall...Lai Fun says we need to upgrade, and that's why we are here...haha, funny girl


Okie, so eating here were like eating in a cleaner environment, having cleaner eating utensil, and as lai fun says more high class as we are eating in air-conditioned place...Oh yea, we'll have our personal pot as well...Anyway I still prefer eating in a big pot with everyone sharing and digging in the same pot... Soup based to choose:- Clear soup, Tom Yum and also Laksa


Nicely decorated steamboat platter @ 22.80...


Simpler set:- Fish Ball Noodle Set @ 8.80, Dumpling noodle set @ RM9.80, Sliced Beef Noodle Set @ RM10.80


Sliced Lamb with comes together with RM22.80 set...

Add on:- Bamboo Fish Paste @ RM7.90


Yee Mee @ RM2.30


For me, this can be considered as a place to go if you would like to have steamboat at a cleaner environment + air cond. Price were reasonable as well with the fresh food served... But it's definetly not a place if you would like to chit chat n relax with friends after eating. As when there are more people, this place tend to be very noisy.

The Steamboat,
GF-08, The Waterfront @ Parkcity,
5 Persiaran Residen,
Desa Park City,
52100 KL

Tel: 03-6280 8889

Monday, January 11, 2010

Ko Hyang @ The Gardens

I've not been a fan of Korean food. But being a person which likes to eat and trying for new thing, I have give Ko Hyang @ The Gardens a try. Another reason is also I have read some good review on this place. Maybe it's worth a try...Ko Hyang is just next to Justlife and also on the same floor as Din Tai Fung...

Our free banchan and seaweed soup...and I'll eating using this loongg stainless steel spoon like those in Korean movie...

My bibimbap which taste good as how it looks like...You can choose to have either chicken/beef. Eating your rice together with so many vegetable is definetly a healthier choice...Make sure your stir it well before eating

Dak Bokem which is a dish of chicken meat cooked in spicy sauce...Don't be fooled by the first few bites as after that, you'll starts to feel the spiciness numb in your mouth and stomach...Eating together with the bowl of rice will sure to lessen the spiciness...

Overall it's a pleasant dining experience of me eating Korean food at Ko Hyang...

Ko Hyang
Korean Country Delights
LG-KG05, The Gardens
Mid Valley City
59200 Kuala Lumpur

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle

Looking for a bowl of good Fish Head Noodle? Soon Soon Lye at Puchong may be the answer. Main attraction is of course the Salmon Fish Head Noodle which can be seen served on each table...Or perhaps, the gigantic wallpaper menu can make your ordering more easier?

A plate of 5 flower shapped Fried Wantan RM4.50


Fried Fu Chuk RM4.50 were crispy and you can taste that the fish paste is very fresh...


Does this bowl Fish Paste Noodle RM 7.50 enough to make you hungry?Again, the thick fish paste is so springy and fresh... The soup were sweet enough, its' must be the sweetness fish. And to our surprise, we can even find some yam cubes in it...


And this is what we are here for:- Fresh Salmon Sashimi RM10.90 for 5 pieces...And FYI it's only available on weekends. Pheww, we were lucky that we are there on Sunday. If not, we'll surely end up with disspointment...And because of Jojo, we have 3 plates of this...


And this is Fresh Salmon Noodle RM12.80 which come with a bowl of plain thick meehon and also 5 pcs of salmon...The salmon cooked instantly once it was put into the noodle....Anyway, I still prefer my salmon to be raw...


And that should be the story of my satisying brunch last Sunday...

Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle
23, Jalan Puteri 2/3
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Puchong
03-8063 5235

Open daily 9am to 9pm
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