Saturday, April 24, 2010

It's weekend again! gotta enjoy

It's weekend...The happiest day in the week to be enjoy. Nothing much happened this week, as usual spend times for the family and also children.

Spotted this in the SUN that day. I remember that I have read review bout this place last year. And this year, they have the buffet promo again. Have called them for reservation but it seems that its fully booked for this 2 weeks. Only managed to get a place for the next 3 weeks. Looking foward for it and hope it doesn't dissapoint me.


Supposed to be joining my coll to Melaka last weekend, but not able to make it. Still, there were souvenier for me. Thanks Joveen for this handmade key chain.


Hubby were outstation to Thailand and as usual he will get me my favourite Coca Cola can. With the world cup season, you can expect the current can with world cup theme.


More of them which come in all sizes:- fat, thin, short, tall...


Also, more of the cute cute tissue for me...


Do you feel a lil hungry now?


How bout some dessert?


I'm really getting hungry now...Gotta go and look for food. Till then, hope you enjoy your weekend too...

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Sushi Tei, Tropicana City Mall

Well, I must say I like Sushi Tei and it's now my favourite place for Japanese fast food. Unlike Sushi King or Sakae Sushi, there's is still only one branch in Malaysia despite having other branch in the world. Sushi Tei were originated from Singapore were located at the ground floor of Tropicana City Mall. And it's also because of Michelle, all of us get a chance to dinner here...


Sashimi salad highly recommended by Michelle. The vegetable were fresh and crunchy and a cup of salad sauce were given to be eaten together. The sauce were yellowish in colour, creamy and almost like the normal salad sauce just that I think it's much more lighter and less fattening. And with the generous chunk of tuna and salmon sashimi, I couldn't resist to steal a few bites from her plate...


Assorted sushi platter...More combination can be found on their menu


This is beef roll with enoki mushroom. I like this too, because it's really yummy...The thin beef slices were wrapped with enoki mushroom and grilled with tepanyaki sauce.


Chicken Katsu the breaded fried chicken...




Curry chicken katsu don...Japanese curry tend to be not as spicy as our version, but it does smells very good. It's just like eating curry chicken minus the spiciness...


Overall, we had a very good dinner here and I can't wait to come back for the Sashimi salad.This will be on my top list when I got a chance to go there again.

Sushi Tei

Lot G-16, Ground Floor
Tropicana City Mall
3, Jalan SS20/27
47400 Petaling Jaya
Tel:03-7728 4299

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Koryo Won @ KLCC

Koryo-won, located at the top floor of KLCC is a place which is famous for Korean cuisine. I remember I have been to the one at Jalan P Ramlee few years back. Back then there were not much people there. Perhaps it was already late tonite, not much people here as well...The other 2 table seems to be Koreans were enjoying their BBQ prepared by the staff...


Variety of banchans were served to us shortly after we have made our order. This mini appetizers usually served in Korean restaturant is also something which I like. Often it is something light and crunchy for example like vegetable. Tonight we have fish cake, bean sprout, lotus root, spinach, kimchi and also green chilies and anchovies.


Rice in stainless steel bowl...


Kimchi Chigae is some sort of a spicy vegetables and glass noodle stewed in kimchi broth. The soup were rather spicy and sourish. You can choose to have either Chicken or Beef.


While Doenjang Chigae is the only non-spicy dish which is vegetable, tofu and bean paste soup. Instead of chicken or beef, the staff there have recommended us to choose the seafood version so that the soup will tend to be sweeter.

No complaint of the food but the weather were really hot recently and after we had this meal, we feel even hotter. We have just choose the wrong timing for this hot pot stuff...Perhaps, when the weather have cool down, I'll go and try for the Korean BBQ.

418/419, 4th Floor, Suria KLCC,
Jalan Ampang,
50088, Kuala Lumpur

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Cao-Cao Lamb B-B-Q

Just ask anyone where is the place that serve nice BBQ Lamb and I'm sure the answer shall be Cao-Cao Lamb B-B-Q which is located at Kuchai Lama. Finding this place at first could be quite difficult as when I saw the address mentioned as Kuchai Lama, I instantly thought it was somewhere near to the Kuchai Lama Entrepreneur Park. But the fact is it's not anywhere near to it. And when we managed to find out the place, it's seems its more to Old Klang road side, which is further down from Restoran Talipon and next to Wisma FGA...

Once reached there, you can already smell the BBQ Lamb. And looking at them so busy, you can already guess how good is their business.


Without wasting much time we have made our order once seated down. Since it's late already as most of time were wasted to find this place...The BBQ Lamb arrive shortly after our order were made. Once bite you can taste the well marinated meat are tender and juicy enough as it's not overly cooked. You can even dip with the mint sauce or chili sauce if you like it to be spicy. Each piece start from RM8.


Have order some chicken wing, RM2.20 each to try since they are selling it too...But for me, it's just plain too normal. It's better just stick to the lamb, hehe...


There's actually more other stalls there selling hawker food like wantan mee, ha ha har mee, duck egg fried keoy teow, porridge, chee cheong fun, tong sui and even dai chow.

Cao Cao BBQ Lamb
Jalan Sawi, Taman Goodwood,
Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-780 5927
HP: 012-338 1952

Opening hour: 6pm-12am
(Close on every Sunday)

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Penguin Coca Cola

Spotted this cute looking coca cola while I'm at Isetan that day. For RM9, it might be expensive for some people. But for me as a coke collector, I think its still an acceptable price.


Looks alike the one which Jessey bought for me when she's on holiday in Vietnam...


Usually its come in red, unlike this unusual black label coca cola...which is classic looking


Thursday, April 8, 2010

Dim sum @ Restoran Hong Kee

Previously known as Restoran BB has taken over by Restoran Hong Kee in January this year. But don't know why I got the feeling it's still the same owner...Perhaps Hong Kee sounds more omphh than BB. We decided to give it a try since it serve dim sum as well as what Restoran BB did previously.


Having our usual fare of dim sum like siew mai. Somehow I think its still look and taste the same as how Restoran BB did it...


Har gau which we cannot say no to... why? definetely because we cannot resist the tempation of the transculent skin wrapping the prawn.


This time we had a chance to try their roasted stuff where it were brought from table to table, just like how they do to the dim sum. Being a fan of siew yok, I have go for the siew yok wantan mee.


For dessert we have the chilled longan pudding. This really cooled us down on a super hot day like this.


Taste of the food is still similiar or so much near to previous one which I quite like. Price considered affordable as each basket of the dim sum averangly cost about RM3.

Hong Kee Restaurant
No.106, Jalan Cerdas,
Taman Connaught,
56000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-9100 2639

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Fukuya, Jalan Delima

~Fukuya Authentic Japanese cuisine at Jalan Delima, KL~

~A relaxing lunch at a peaceful place @ the heart of KL~

~In Japanese, Fukuya means “house of happiness and prosperity”~

~Green Tea ~

We have:-

Mini Kaiseki RM60, which is a traditional Japanese full course lunch menu consist of appetizer, soup, sashimi, grilled dish, simmered dish, fried dish, shokuji and dessert.


Traditional Japanese full course sushi lunch menu RM75, with assorted delicacy,soup,grilled dish, simmered dish,assorted sushi, red bean miso soup and dessert.

And as a picture speak more than words, here I present you the picture of our beautifully displayed food.


9, Jalan Delima, KL
(behind the Indonesian Embassy)
Tel: 03-2144 1022.
Business hrs: Lunch (noon-2.30pm)
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