Posts Tagged with "Curry"

Economy Fried BeeHoon Next to Chung Ling High School

Sunday, November 22, 2009

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My dad is a fan of economy fried bee hoon (vermicelli)/mee (noodles). I remember digging into packets of economy “bee hoon mee” (mixture of vermicelli and yellow noodles) that dad would ‘ta pao’ for my brother and I for breakfast when we were kids (and wanted to sleep late during the weekends :P) My preference […]

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Macau Street Foods

Friday, May 15, 2009

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Other than dining at Macau’s restaurants and cafes, we also got the chance to sample some of Macau’s street foods! Photos galore so let’s get to it! 1. “Lo Mai Fan”, Porridge and Pork Dumplings (“siew mai”) from random street vendor We were walking from the hotel past Senoda Square when we stumbled upon this […]

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Yap Hup Kee Hakka Yong Tau Foo @ Pudu, KL

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

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When Matt asked me recently what I felt like for lunch, I immediately said “chee cheong fun! with Yong tau foo!” I haven’t had good yong tau foo in ages and I was also craving for some chee cheong fun KL style – sweet beanpaste sauce (‘tim cheong’) and all! And so Matt took over […]

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Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee @ Kota Damansara, Selangor

Thursday, April 2, 2009

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Yes, I’ve been sucked into the chilly pan mee craze! Rather late I must add, but what to do… no branch of chilly pan mee’s in Penang yet! (hint hint hint) Ken has been regaling me with stories of this fiery hot bowl of noodles for quite some time and I finally got to see […]

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Vietnamese Street Food Tasting Session @ Miss Saigon, E-Gate

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

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Vietnamese Street Food. These words certainly conjures up images of dog meat (!!), fried creepy crawlies like scorpions (!!!), snake meat, tucking into hot bowls of Pho along cramp narrow streets… However, at Miss Saigon, you get a (tamer) taste of Vietnamese Street Foods in a cosy environment. Sorta like a teaser to the myriad […]

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Murtabak & Nasi Tomato @ Jalan Sungai Pinang

Monday, November 10, 2008

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One of my dad’s favourite foods is ‘roti canai’. He loves the protein amped version of roti canai (murtabak) just as much! Recently, dad told us about this place he discovered that serves really good murtabak. Excitedly he brought us to Jalan Sungai Pinang, and we parked the car on the roadside along the busy […]

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White Curry Mee @ Hot Bowl Nyonya Delights, Abu Siti Lane

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

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Ever heard of White Curry Mee? Something of a novelty right? White Curry Mee is the specialty of Hot Bowl restaurant located at Abu Siti Lane. The owner used to operate from a push cart stall along Rangoon Road before expanding to a bigger outfit – a nice air conditioned place in Abu Siti Lane. […]

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Toh Soon’s Roti Bakar & Kampung Malabar Curry Mee

Saturday, August 23, 2008

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Long ago I heard whispers of this fabulous roti bakar in Campbell Street… but being creatures of habit, I soon forgot about it as I went about old habits, eating at the same ol’ familiar places. Until I was reminded again by PenangTuaPui’s excellent post about Toh Soon’s Roti Bakar. This time, I told myself, […]

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Breakfast @ Pulau Tikus

Sunday, April 13, 2008

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One of my favourite places to go to for Sunday morning breakfast is Pulau Tikus market area. Traffic and parking around that area can be quite a bit of a hassle since this area is usually jammed packed in the mornings. But every once in a while, I do not mind braving the marketing crowd, […]

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Vansh @ Feast Village StarHill, KL

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

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On my recent trip to KL over the weekend, my friends and I visited Vansh at Starhill’s Feast Village. I remember reading a review about this place in a magazine a while back and it sang praises of this restaurant. Surprisingly Indian is their tagline…so ok..we’re prepared to be surprised! Pleasantly, we hope! It’s always […]

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