Like what I have mentioned earlier, I will try searching for something closer or mimic to this one in Bangkok. Failed getting something like this but I managed to find out one that is quite similar to the honey toast from Taiwan.
With The Berry-licious Stories
It has been raining cats and dogs almost every evening which triggers my cravings of having something soupy and piping. Ahhhh, steamboat please!!!
Tucked away in Taman Segar, Cheras (just right opposite the fire station) and I am pretty sure this is a hidden gem for the Cheras folks as well. I always passed by here and I thought, this is the usual place where people get their wine supplies. Little did I know, the Palazzo is more than just a winehouse.
I like my bowl of wanton mee with noodles come thin and springy and topped with slices of thicker cuts pun fei sao char siu. This is what I hope for, as simple as that. After numerous visit to Hung Kee for wanton mee (both outlets), I find that they are already not up to my expectation. In search for a new place for a simple bowl of wanton mee, I have found one! Contunue Reading
Ahha, a new face has just shown up in my neighbourhood and it’s a rare face (Japanese food, I mean) that would pop up here. Kanpai Japanese BBQ & Bar shows up here as a second outlet of theirs after the first one in Seri Petaling, an izakaya style Japanese place that serves not only yakiniku and yakitori, but also much-alike-homemade style dishes such as bento, nabe, curry rice and udon.
What’s for the crazy hot weather?!!!!
Scream for ICE CREAM!!!!
Chilling nitrogen gas, lab technicians all in lab coats, beakers, volumetric flasks…. Contunue Reading
What makes CNY comes best?!
A table full with scrumptious dishes, the smiles that everyone carries, the nonstop chit chat and updating each others, and the most important one, the reunion.
I wouldn’t say much about the dishes we have tried in Cheers Palace. We ordered the set that came with yee sang; the other dishes were pretty normal but the fish was good though. I was here for several times and I found that their dishes in a la carte menu are much better. Had their dim sum too, but I guess they have the price revised.
Pockets turn dry and couldn’t afford a lavish western meal at the end of the month, especially the month with so many celebration and events to attend; let’s go for a simple and economy one.
Sweeds Café is the new face that popped up around Taman Billion (an area I would call it as economy steak house area); a casual dining café, serving the mouth watering dishes with the fuse of Western and Asian flavours. Their specialty would be their homemade sauces, namely white sauce, brandy sauce, garlic sauce and escargot sauce. Contunue Reading