Thursday, February 25, 2010

Tempt-a-tempt (revisit)

During my first visit which is half year ago, this place have actually score some plus point in my food diary. Thus I'm back again with curiosity.


This place were still as good as its were...see how good they maintain it.


Their utensil are still shining... geng le


The kids all time favourite Ribena Longan RM3.50. And Chinese tea RM1.50 (refillable) for us.


We missed the XO Loh Mee RM10 so much which we couldn't resist to order it again. It's taste exactly the same as we previously had it. It doesn't dissapoint us. With big prawn and abalone slice, eating Loh Mee suddenly become so luxurios, haha...


The Roast section only left with Char Siew and Roast Duck that night, so I have no choice but go for the Double-up BBQ Combo Rice RM8.80 instead of Triple-up. Absolutely no complain with the succulent caramalised char siew and thinly sliced duck meat. Sliced cucumber has also been replaced with fresh salad. Just that I don't like they serve it with plain rice...


Hubby's Char Siew Wanton Noodle RM8.80 served with the nicely arranged Char Siew and huge Prawn Meat Wanton...Talking bout satisfaction, this is it...


Great place where the food were still at a standard quality...Service were friendly and attentive too. Perhpas 3rd visit soon?

Friday, February 19, 2010

Yuzu @ The Gardens

It's Chinese New Year again and as our Chinese saying "wan sek" which means we work to find money to feed ourselves. And that's the motto which I'm living to...What's else better than to treat ourselves a decent meal from the hard earned money...Well, we need to pamper ourselves once a while...

Yuzu, a Japanese restaurant located at 3rd floor at Gardens where the fish, meat and vegetables are flown weekly from Japan are just the right choice...

Elegant and classy interior and this is the place we are seated, near the window overlooking the view outside.





Stomach were growling as it was near lunch time and we did not have breakfast for that day... Katsu Don (RM22) was a life saviour for us... Rice topped with breaded chicken cutlet cooked with egg served with pickles and miso can be very fulfilling.


And the rest of the set meal that we ordered is mainly because we are greedy to try more...Set meal is always the choice for us...

King Prawn Roll and Sashimi Set (RM38). King Prawn Sushi Roll and fresh raw fish served with egg custard, 2 small appetizer, small wheat noodles, teapot soup, pickes, salad and fruits. It was good, what else can we ask for.


Yuzu Bento (RM38) for greedy Mandy. Special box that come with sushi, deepfried chicken, tempura, small soba, vinegered dish and appetizer, egg custard, pickles, salad, small braised dish, tea pot soup, pudding and fruits. A real bargain for so many dishes!


Gyu Karubi Toubanyaki and Seafood Set (RM42). Sliced Japanese beef in hotplate and stonegrill salmon, scallop and prawn served with egg custard, 2 small appetizer, teapot soup, pickles, salad, fruits and rice. For beef and seafood lover!


Dessert? Why not? Dessert menu please, thank you...

Yuzu Ice Cream (RM8) were actually Vanilla Ice cream with Yuzu citrus skin. Macha Tiramisu (RM8) were a winner as we love the green tea tiramisu cake, together with the green tea ice cream were a perfect combination.


Don't mind to come back again and hope next time I'll concentrate more on their ala-carte dishes instead.Yuzu says that they fly in fresh seafood on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays so if you are thinking to go, mark down these days to get the freshest!

Yuzu Japanese Restaurant
T236, 3rd Floor
The Gardens
Mid Valley City
Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03 – 2284 7663

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Happy CNY at Cameron Highlands

Being a Malaysian which lives in a warm weather country, I feel that we are still lucky enough that we have Genting Highlands and Cameron Highlands. When I'm younger I prefer to go Genting, but now I would more prefer Cameron for their cool weather and also more relaxing place which I can unwind myself...This year is also the first year that I'm not at my hometown for Chinese New Year but together with my family at Cameron Highlands...


Tea leaves plantation, you are allowed to go in and take picture with it but pls make sure no plucking...or else you need to pay for it...


With this kind of weather, anything that grown here is definitely gonna looks prettier...just look at the orchids farm...



Our stop at Multicrops Market has lead us with more fascinating discovery...





Very strange looking pumpkins... Am really amused with it, wonder how they grew this?


With the season of Chinese New Year, you can see that they have all the nicely decorated plants...






I'm sure you won't be dissapointed with their vegetables as well...juicy white radish


Fatty & plum carrot with the greeny leaves still intact...something rare to see in our normal market, rite?


OMG the leek is so fresh and greeny...


Cauliflower and brocolli...


Crystal corn which is so sweet that you can just eat it raw...


Till then wishing all of you a Happy Chinese New Year. May you and your family have a wonderful and tigerrific New Year!
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