Photos by Samsung Galaxy S5
It’s the Malaysia Day’s Week. Let’s have another post on our local food. Hehe…
Seeking for a good plate of Indian Rojak?! I actually found one here in Taman Midah, Cheras. Located just opposite Tesco Cheras, there is this blue little stall stood by at the roadside.
My friend once asked me, you don’t feel bored ah, with all the pork around?! My answer, NEVER.
So allow my porky journey continues… on le bff’s birthday!!!
Leonardo’s Dining Room & Wine Loft
Specially selected legendary street food of Penang and gather them under one roof, there comes the name…
Used to be a few doors away from Alliance Bank Bandar Puteri Puchong, it has now relocated to a few rows of shop away from the previous premise for a larger dining area that caters more tables and seats. Few of my friends have tried the Penang One and urged that I should drop by if the craving suddenly hit on me. Penang food, yes, why not?! Contunue Reading
Crispy, Crunchy, Aromatic, Yummy…
Is an all day dining restaurant in Aloft KL. It has got a warehouse-liked transformed interior that filled with vibrant lime green, resembling the young and energetic spirit from Nook as well as the staffs and also hotel itself. Contunue Reading
Thirst quencher on the hot and humid days Contunue Reading
For a good plate of nyonya peranakan fare in KL, one must pay a visit to Baba Low’s 486 which is located in a quiet lane, Lorong Kurau in Bangsar. I am sure some of you might think, ahh, another place in Bangsar, surely will give the pocket a hole. Well, nope as this kopitiam-liked place serves good nyonya-flavoured dishes at a wallet-friendly price.
Vintage tiles and tables and chairs; even the plates and bowls too! Contunue Reading
We stepped out from East & West Rendezvous café and spotted this pork satay stall. Pork Satay… running in our minds and all of us decided to give it a try. Contunue Reading