Stir Fry Rice Vermicelli with Roasted Pork (Siu Yoke Mee Hoon)


(Non-Halal)   Ingredients rice vermicelli (mai fun), soaked for 10–15 minutes until soft, and drained 1 egg ½ cup shredded carrot ½ cup shredded cabbage ½ cup long beans 1–2 tsp oil 3 slices ginger, finely chopped 1 tsp chopped garlic Sauce ingredients – (combined) 2 tbsp light soy sauce 2 tbsp tom yam sauce 2 tbsp oyster sauce ¾ … [Read more...]

Lunch Buffet @ Noble House Imbi


(NON-HALAL)CAUTION: Not for the famished/starved and the on diets with weak determination!Time flies, one week to go and it marks the end of my internship. I feel the fleeting of every moment, deeply. Everyone asks me, "Do you know what you're doing after graduation? I feel a little bit overwhelmed because there are so many things to be considered, the pathways are blur - to continue with master … [Read more...]

Selamat Berpuasa! Bazaar Ramadhan @ Kelana Jaya


Bazaar Ramadhan is a month long bazaar open to the public during the fasting month of Ramadan (the ninth month of the Islamic calendar) prior to the festival of Hari Raya Aidilfitri. It actually unite the Muslims from all states in a period of fasting and and community bonds where everyone gather to pray and break the fast. For us Chinese, we get to join in for the joy of fast breaking. I love to … [Read more...]

Pusing Public Seafood Restaurant @ Ipoh


*GASPED* A very back dated post of Father’s Day Celebration. I just got the pictures from my sister. So people, please bear with me! J I just have to post this because it is one of the best dinners that I’ve ever had (this year). Apart from Sun Lee How Fook and Tung Hoi, Pusing Public Seafood Restaurant is another favourite restaurant of my family, we are often delighted to attend … [Read more...]

Cagayan @ Centre Point BU


What comes into your mind when I say a neighborhood restaurant? A small restaurant in a sketchy neighborhood? This does not apply to Centre Point BU which nestled in a quiet residential area of Bandar Utama, with quite a numbers of upscale yet casual café around. I’ll start my review with one of the most humble dining place at Centre Point BU along with Teckiee’s latest review. Dining … [Read more...]

Wai Sek Gai @ Jalan Sayur, Pudu


Feeling adventurous on a Sunday night, we venture into KL area, Pudu Wai Sek Gai (Glutton Street). We are not a KL person; places that we are familiar with are limited: Jalan Alor, KLCC, Time Square, Star Hill Gallery and Pudu Raya. Full Stop. Ooo can Citygal adds Asian Heritage Row to the list? We were so tired we considered giving up pretty much immediately when suddenly I thought of … [Read more...]

Kedai Makanan Ang Kee @ SS2


An long overdue post of our dinner at Ang Kee. The first visit was an impromptu one; we droved pass the place and remembered that WMW did some reviews on this place. I gave her a call and ask her what is nice over there. Butter mantis prawn and steam tofu with egg was ordered upon her recommendation. The second visit here was with another 17 friends where we were splitted into two tables. The … [Read more...]

Hwaroyeon @ Seoul, Korea


Sorry guys, it is a backdated post from my Korea trip. All the street food, fast food and captivating view from Jeju Island are sitting at my ‘to-post’ files. I’ll post one of the best meals that I’ve had in the city of Seoul – Korean BBQ. I've wanted to write about it ever since I got back, but unfortunately it's not the easiest story to tell because I need to clarify with my Korean … [Read more...]

Red Ginger @ Mid Valley North Point


One of the perks of being a food blogger is that I get to feast a lot and the drawbacks is that I have to feast a lot as shown by my ever expanding waistline. Kampungboy, I need a slimming belt too (hinting). Recently, Tim from 3-meals has organized a food sampling at Red Ginger for us floggers, courtesy of Elizabeth, the charming and friendly restaurant owner. Greatest gratitude from our huge and … [Read more...]

Keropok Sengit


Keropok Sengit! My homeland, Terengganu comprises of seven districts: Setiu, Kemaman, Dungun, Marang, Hulu Terengganu and Kuala Terengganu. 90% of the population on this state are Malays and the reminder share among the Chinese, Indians and aborigines. It is not surprise to see a heavy Malay influence on Terengganu’s delicacies.Keropok sengit, please. Sengit = Satu Ringgit whereby Terengganuan … [Read more...]

Happy 50th Birthday Malaysia


On August 31, 2007 commemorates Malaysia's 50th year of independence with fireworks, flag-waving and prayer for unity across all the races and religions. We were in a joyous mood at the countdown party at Ikano Power Centre yesterday night. The song ‘Tanggal 31’ by Sudirman Arshad has resonant on everyone as it is such an upbeat song that never fails to amaze the crowd. Tanggal 31Bulan lapan … [Read more...]

Happy Anniversary – Simple Dinner & Lavish Buffet @ Rakuzen


That special day is here again, 26 August. On our anniversary I'd like to remind you how very special you are to me. You will never know how it thrills my heart every time I see you.Over the pass three years, we've had our troubles and woes, but our love for each other had no attached strings. I am so very grateful for your unconditional love and support in a world full of conditions. I would like … [Read more...]

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