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My favourite pork noodles from Machi Noodles 妈子面 (previously known as Jia Xiang Pork Noodles) has shifted to somewhere in Bukit Anggerik. But I don’t really like the environment there, being it was a little stuffy and warm in that place. So, time to check out the new place.
I actually spotted this kopitiam during those times I came here for Jia Xiang Pork Noodles. Somehow, I didn’t manage to give a try because of my love over the pork noodles. Finally I made my visit here, I found pretty good stuff and their iced kopi and teh are pretty decent too! Contunue Reading
When it comes to happy hour place, pretty sure Scott Garden will be in the list. And … this is a new addition to this place.
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Scotching hot weather these days make me craving for something stronger in taste and Spicy Soup has come into my mind. You might ask, such a hot day still go for spicy soup?! Haha, yes. Spicy Soup can boost ones appetite on this hot weather! Contunue Reading
Looking for a weekend yum cha session with the All-You-Can-Eat concept?! Celestial Court in Sheraton Imperial Hotel KL is the right place for you. Their All-You-Can-Eat menu offers more than 70 over dishes, from delectable dim sums specially created by Chef Ken Liew which are served steamed, pan-fried, deep-fried, stir-fried or baked to mouth watering a la carte delights crafted by Chef Vincent Loo which are included wide selection of soups, vegetables, poultry dishes, seafood specials, rice and noodles. Contunue Reading
Fancy a hot piping comforting bowl of this, now???
Springy and chewy handmade noodles, made in an al dente way. Contunue Reading
I am a big fan of egg noodles and have always wanted to try out their bamboo noodles after reading numerous good reviews about it. Till today, I get a try. I must say, yes, I do love it, The Noodles!!! Contunue Reading
If you were around Nilai and happened that you were hungry at the same time, here is a place I would recommend.
Yi Pin Xiang 一品湘 is a Chinese restaurant manned by these people from China, specializing in Xiang Cuisine (or also known as Hunan Cuisine) and Northeastern Chinese Cuisine 东北菜 (or historically known as Manchuria in English). Hunan Cuisine is very well known for its hot and spicy flavour, fresh in aroma and deep in colour. They utilize a lot of chili peppers, shallors and garlic, and also spiced by pure chili content. As for Northeastern Chinese Cuisine, they normally rely on preserved foods due to harsh winters and short growing seasons. Yi Pin Xiang is a place where I found the authentic flavours that I missed so much. The beef which is very well spiced, the gamey lamb, the appetizer that made of clear noodles and tossed with ZheJiang vinegar…
Started with the appetizer. Cucumber with sauce 刀拍黄瓜 (Rm8) is a basic dish that is simply found in any household in China. Contunue Reading