Khee was back to India to pursue her study. A month of her holiday has passed, it happened so fast. And before she flied back, we had a little farewell dinner together. 6 of us headed to Puchong for steamboat buffet.
Let’s shabu-shabu! After reading MeiYen
’s review on this place, I am so eager to drop over for it. Well, Puchong is not my ‘territory’ and I have no idea where this restaurant located… until that day, Chris (Christine’s darling) brought us over.
Shabu-shabu restaurant is offering eat-all-you-can concept. What you have to do is to purchase a ticket for the buffet (where seating is on first floor). And for those who prefer to have a-la-carte meal, you can take a seat in the ground floor dining area.
Shabu-shabu is featured by 8tv, Ho Chak! before.
Rm 25 nett per pax
After the noodle-making-process, we went back to uncle’s house and waited for the arrival of my other aunts and uncles and their families. Big family huh?! They will be here for a half day trip and purposely came up to have the noodles ^^ they were shock to see me walked out from the house to greet them. None of them believed me I would have followed and overnight here. Sigh…
When comes to food, we, of course must not leave out their famous noodles. *hehe* we were in Shang Kee Restaurant for Ulu Yam Noodles — Ulu Yam Loh Min as lunch.
We took a hard time to get our seats as their business went extremely hot. After some times, we finally got to settle down at 3 large tables.
Their Loh Min cooked in a very different style as compared to KL ones.
The first arrived was the Loh Min without vinegar (noodles cooked without additional of vinegar). My friend who called on the other night told me that their Loh Min is simply delicious without additional of vinegar. I would agree with him because this was yummy~ I could savour the natural taste of the noodles.
Next would be the Loh Mee with vinegar (noodles cooked with additional of vinegar). This was much appealing and appetizing with the sourish taste of the vinegar to flavour up the noodles. This was more yummi-able. *hehe* Contunue Reading
It was last Friday night, a small gathering night (yum cha cum supper) with my secondary gang. Dare not to turn them down as I have dragged the yum cha + ing issue for quite some times. Sparing some times with friends are fun and worth. It has been a long time we have no small gathering after some guys went back to Australia. When was our last time d?! I can’t really remember~
Here we were last Friday in Wong Kok Char Chan Teng, Leisure Mall. The weather was very cold after the downpour late evening and I was freezing though I have put on my jacket. To my amaze, the place was rather occupied when we stepped in. it was already 10pm and people were there having their dinner?! We took some times to squeeze ourselves in 2-square-joined-table. 5 of us (me, yan, ken, ah dred and yee meng) reached first then the other 3 (kah chun, wye n gf) arrived. The latest who dropped by was Francis (an hour later). We got another table joined after some times cz the place was very pack!
Yam milk shake
tasted good and creamy.
I wanted a dessert and had Mango honeydew low priced at Rm 6.90. yan took the same too. Sadly, it tasted like cough syrup, very less mango and honeydew cubes and very much different from the one I had before in Kim Gary. The whole thing was awful. Every spoonful I had, I was getting colder and colder in me. Contunue Reading
I don’t normally take noodles or mee as my breakfast. Usually I will have bread or biscuit or cake paired up with a glass of milk or coffee. I woke up a bit late this morning (about 10am) as I had afternoon class today. With an empty stomach, I asked my dad what’s for today ‘breakfast’. He, my dad, who is the noodles aka mee fans suggested the pan mee in this taman, Lim Kee Pan Mee at Taman Taynton. That was going to be breakfast for my dad and brunch for me.
This pan mee stall tauke has opened up this stall for erm… 2 or 3years?! And lately he has just shifted from the stall to a shop opposite his previous stall. The thing is, can you believe today is my very first time to pay a visit here?! While my parents have been visiting there for countless times. Can’t believe right?! Well, as I told you, I don’t take meeas breakfast but my dad loves to.
There were minced pork, ikan bilis, mushroom and vegetable. This was a very flavourful bowl of mee at Rm 3.50.
actually, I didn’t put high expectation on it at first. However things went out of expectation cz I found that the pan mee (noodles) was very smooth and the soup was so flavourful! *Claps Claps* I couldn’t believe myself finished up the bowl til the last drops. I love this. The owner claimed that the mee was handmade by them. There are 2 types, round and the flat mee while I opted for the flat one.
Besides pan mee, they also offer dumplings and my dad’s favourite, pork mee. He always orders it (but I didn’t take any pic on pork mee cz… you know… he will be mad at me on picturing food on this ‘early’ morning).
Another eatery place to recommend! Jun Kee Restaurant served a variety of seafood and Chinese cuisine. It is located at Taman Midah. You can see this restaurant from the main road when u traveled along Jalan Cheras. It is just a few lots next to the RHB bank if you really can’t found it. We used to go there every weekend for dinner (within these 2 years) and there are a lot of customers no matter how early (evening) we were there! Hence, we now choose to visit during weekdays so we won’t have to wait for so long and don’t want to ‘pik’ with others.
family and I were here for lunch!
Preserved chilies and belacan.
Hokkien mee at Rm 5 (per pax). This was the first time we ordered this. Full with ‘wok hei’ It went well with the belacan they served. Contunue Reading
I have read about this restaurant review from Sunday metro last week. While MSN in the middle of night, a friend of mine, Jimmy, kept telling me on food stuff and told me he has tried out the food from that particular restaurant. Since he said that the food served especially snakehead fish are yummy, I wondered, why not give it a try?!Hence, my stomach gone hungry and I tried to organize and messaged my friends late night and told them dinner at 7pm. Hope I never wake them up
The dinner was supposed to be made on Wednesday; most of the guys are not free on wed so we changed to Tuesday instead.
As I didn’t know the way to the restaurant, I picked up Yan who was showing me the way to Jimmy’s house and fetched him. Three of us soon arrived at the Seri Kembangan at about 6.45pm and Jimmy started to order food while waiting. Meanwhile, me and Yan were like waitress, setting up the forks and spoons and tea over the table.
The next who turned up were Ken, and then Roy and gf. They were quite on time. However, the rest… we have waited for ‘quite some times’ and they finally turned up by 7.40pm. I never expect there were so many people until whole gang of guys turned up and we have two special guests too. The gang of us — me, Yan, Jimmy, Ken, Jian, Yee Meng, Ah Ho, Eldred, Roy and gf, LV, Wye and gf, Delicia (if I am not mistaken) sat together and had dinner.
The steam snakehead fish (sang yu or ikan haruan) is their signature and the best selling items here. There is no way we can miss out this dish.12 of us with 8 kind of dishes, 3 snakehead fish, 1 pork, 1 tofu, 2 vege, and 1 frog. Jimmy even asked them to prepare for large dishes. This is too over isn’t it?! The worst things was when the dishes were served, those guys kept shaking the table or poked their forks and spoons into the dishes. I couldn’t take nice cum clear picture on the food. *sad*
Steamed fish with giong yung
Steamed fish with soy sauce, topped with deep fried ginger shreds.
Fish cooked with giong chong. Contunue Reading