Sunday, March 28, 2010

Teow Chew Porridge @ Desa Aman, Cheras

For most of us, porridge is usually consumed when we are not feeling well. As for me, I like to have it once a while. Most probably to clear the digestive system due to eating too much of good food esp those oily stuff...

But plain porridge can be too plain if you are eating it alone. And if you are eating it Teow Chew style, we will usually have something salty and flavourful to accompany with...


Fu yue(fermented beancurd) taste spicy yet salty and friend salted fish is something usually I'll have for my porridge...but this is my first having a slice of lime together with the salted fish.


Ham choy (salted vege) were so soft, as it'll melt in your mouth...


Since I'm with a carnivor today, I have order some meat for him...stewed duck.


Pork intensine, which is soft and crunchy...


Stewed pork, which is not too fat...just right


I'm not sure bout other place, but eating Teow Chew porridge in KL here is definetely not cheap...which I don't understand why. It just some low cost thing anyway. Yea, this is always the common phrase we do say each time we eat this...and we still eating it the next time. And that also explain why this place is still full with patron even it's near to closing time.

Teow Chew Porridge
19, 21-Block C
Jalan Desa Aman 2
Taman Desa Aman, Cheras.
12.00 am - 10.30pm

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Sarawak Kek Lapis

For me I only bout kuih lapis, the multi layer colourful nyonya kuih which I used to eat when I'm a small little kid... But what about kek lapis? Only discovered it when I'm on my Sarawak trip last year...Kek lapis were considered as a Sarawak common delicacy which they usually eat on special occasion...Often being colorful looking, I would also say it's a work of art for me. Price for a roll of this cake usually depend of design of the cake...According to my friend, usually they will need at least 8 hours to complete for a tray of same design...

Can you imagine how someone does all this by hand?yea, we are talking about hand made.


Thursday, March 18, 2010

Ole ole Bali @ Solaris, Mt Kiara

From the name Ole ole Bali, you can guess that this is a Balinese theme restarant...Compared to other, I think Balinese food were still not as popular here. Which also explain that this is my first having it... There were other branch at Sunway Pyramid and Puchong with the name Bumbu Bali where both were equally far for me. And in the end, have decided to go to the one at Mt Kiara...

Once reach here, you can already has a very balinese feel...mostly surrounded by wood carving, wood decoration, painting and also souveniers for sale. You may even thought you are in Bali right now.

Looking at this round table, give me a feeling like eating at home...

For some romantic feel?

This barley lime were sooo refreshing...

Sour Virgin Margarita & Iced Blended Pulut Hitam?

Squid salad balinese style to start...taste sour and spicy, with crunchy vege and also grilled squid. Similiar to our rojak, but even better...

Ole ole Trio - a little bit of everything, just right for sharing. And the trio are Ole-Ole BBQ Wings, Sate Lilit and Cumi-Cumi Goreng. Served with 3 different sauces for dipping...

This Fish pasta were kinda like a fusion food to me...Spagetti top with grilled fish, chuncky tomato served balinese style. Again, it's taste sour and spicy...

Nasi Campur which you can choose to have either Beef or Chicken. Beside that, it were served together with Sate Lilit, Grilled squid, prawns and fish. All in one...

Nasi Ayam goreng looks more like a normal meal of Nasi Goreng with a half fried chicken...You'll definetely get full eating this...

Seafood platter...with a lil western influence in it because I saw french fries. Bout the watermelon, sorry I don't know why its there...

Chicken and Squid combo - another western meal in a Balinese style restaurant, sounds funny...

Absolutely a restaturant which serve halal food. But if you would like to try the non-halal one, you might need to go to Bali, hehe...

Ole Ole Bali
J-OG-15 & J-OG-16
Solaris Mont Kiara, 2-J.
Solaris KL.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

T-Bowl, Sg Wang

Ever thought of eating in a toilet? Bet you and me have never even think of it. The toilet concept restaurant is not new anymore. Have heard there's one in Taiwan and later on there's also in Malaysia but it's in Penang. Just recently that I found there's one at Sg.Wang.

As this is a concept restaurant, so please don't expect too much on the food. Just enjoy the fun and experience of it.

sitting on a toliet bowl with the basin as your table? you must be joking...

while drinking this...i start to image bout other thing

how bout eating something which looks like your poo poo?

haha.... "Eat shit lo"

3F-No 41 & 42,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Soon Seng Bak Kut Teh, Klang

Looking at this tea pack I'm sure you can already guess what is this place. Chinese Tea actually play a major role when you eat Bak Kut Teh in Klang. Almost all the Bak Kut Teh in Klang does this way, they give you a basket you variety type of Chinese Tea to choose. While for the more fussy one, they will even bring their own which is usually of better quality.

The correct way which I'm suppose is they won't drink the first pot of the tea. It's sort of like filtering the first pot. And the later round is the one that they will usually start to consume.

The usual stuff - chinese cruller or yau char kwai as we normally known as

The not usual one - fried onion to eat together with rice. Not all of them have this.

Served on the fire stove, this way can mantain the bak kut teh to be warm while you eating eat. Don't worry it'll dry up as the soup will be automatically refilled all the time by the staff there. And you know what? I really like to see the greeny lettuce on it...

Here come the dried version. Cooked with dark soya sauce which taste kinda spicy, belive its because of the dried chili in it. Beside that they were also also dried cuttlefish which make it smells so good...

Compared to other Bak Kut Teh shop in Klang, Soon Seng are rather clean and comfortable as its more spacious. Instead of refilling our tea with the boiling kettle on gas stove, here they use water thermos will are safer when there are children around. I even hear from Kevin relatives that the pork they used are in term of better quality thus the Bak Kut Teh you eat are tastier.

Soon Seng Bak Kut Teh
L1-1-40 Jalan Pekan Baru
3641050 Klang

Monday, March 1, 2010

Little Ben @ Pavillion

While coming up from the escalator, we pass by a colorful advertisement of Little Ben which catch our attention...they are now running promo on their set meal, from RM15 onwards you can have a set of decently balance meal which include drink, salad and also soup... Great bargain isn't it?

After I take a glance of the menu, I have decided to skip their set for something else. And this is my Ice Honey Lemon (RM7.90) and 100plus were hubby one which were included in the set. Both our drink were served together with Lemongrass stick and lemon slice, even for the 100plus...

This salad were also included in the set meal. It's very sweet but trust me, there were no sugar added. I believe it's because of the fuji apple slices and dragonfruit in it which contribute to the level of sweetness...

My meal come first which is the Flavour Sauce Vegetable Rice RM10.90, suitable for vegetarian as well. The plain rice topped with sweet and crunchy vegetarian minced meat taste great...

And this is my plate of colorful vege with oyster sauce and sprinkle of sesame. At this moment, I suddenly feel myself eating so healthily.

And this is hubby Fried Chicken Bento RM15.90. Served with fragrant rice, fried chicken drumstick, boiled egg, assorted vege and clear soup is sure going to be a balance of everything inside. I quite like they way they display their food. Beside colorful enough, it's also nicely display. It's makes me fell happy when I'm eating it.

Their takeaway container looks very cute~~

Little Ben
Lot No. 1.28.00,
Level 1, Pavillion
Tel. : 03-2144 3055
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