When people talk about crab (not crap), one sure say about the fresh seafood from Klang which is really far; or some fancy seafood restaurants that can cut your wallet into half. As for me, I used to visit this often… but not anymore now as we are already bored with their cooking style’s variety. Wondering is it still around???
But now, I am hooked up on this.
Like I said earlier, never let the CNY celebration stop. This is the rare time of the year for us to raise our chopsticks in unison and share with families and friends with the auspicious toss. Hence, we must toss as much as we can, speak up everything good during the lou sang activities.
2016, is the auspicious year of Monkey. It is the time again we get-together with family and friends, at the round dining table, celebrating the prosperous Chinese New Year.
Celebrating CNY with Lai Ching Yuen
Serve as one of the perfect places to hold the reunion dinner, Lai Ching Yuen Restaurant offers a wonderful array of scrumptious “yee sang” and delicious and promising dishes this Chinese New Year; specially crafted and headed by Chef Terrence Foong. The Chinese New Year menus are available from now until 29th February 2016; with 9 course set menus that start from Rm 1268.00 for a table of ten.
Steamboat or hotpot is always our locals’ favourite, especially to be eaten on the cool moody rainy days. What’s important in the hot piping steamboat?! To me, the soup base and the fresh ingredients are my major concerns for every steamboat session. Aside from my favourite rich and creamy pork bone broth, I fancy herbal soup too which I feel it is very wholesome and nutritious. And yes, I found something pretty yummy here.
The very first impression P. F. Chang gave me was a Chinese restaurant that serves Chinese food because the logo in the website itself stated as 华馆. Boy I was wrong until I was wrong until I was given this opportunity to try out…
P. F. Chang
All photos by Samsung Note 4
It’s not easy to get Abacus beads in the market nowadays as the restaurant that serves the real Hakka cuisine is pretty scarce. However, there is one hidden in Cheras area and serves not just yam abacus beads but pumpkin too!
Hakka Marble Restaurant 美浩天
All photos by Samsung Note 4
Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I was having brain block and the brain turned jelly after work, everyday. Really hate my jellied brain which then became stone… Okay, cut the crap and move on to the main topic.
Rise and shine! Decided not to waste the time spending in bed sleeping and lazing on a beautiful Sunday, and so I was here hunting down the real good bowl of pork noodles early in the morning. If you have been following me on instagram or dayre, I had this some of the Sundays too, as tea time or lunch or dinner, where parents ta-pao them home. But last Sunday, I decided to hunt it down.
Si Chuan （四川） Cuisine, Dong Bei （东北） Cuisine…. These are the usual Chinese cuisine we came across in KL. How about Shun De （顺德）Cuisine?!
Youmiqi Shun De Cuisine