I do venture to Sunway Carnival Mall occasionally and did not notice any new food outlets, so I was quite surprised when I received an invitation to dine at a new cafe by Taufulou’s friend, via CK. And so a small group of us ventured across the sea (reminds me of going for a“lawatan sambil… Continue reading Kim Tavern @ Sunway Carnival Mall, Seberang Jaya
On a recent trip down to KL, a relative sang praises of a shop in Seri Kembangan offering fantastic Fish Head Bihun. I’m not a big fan of fish head, but I do love KL’s version of the fish head bihun with evaporated milk added into the soup. So I was game for it! We… Continue reading Seri Kembangan Best Fish Head Bihun!
Out of the blue, dad suddenly suggested that we go for porridge with ‘siew yoke’ and ‘char siew’. The mere mention of those words conjured up images of fatty slices of roasted pork goodness. So I said ‘let’s go! what are we waiting for?!’ He told us it was at China Street. And it was… Continue reading Wickedly Good Weekend Chee Cheong Chok @ China Street
Knowing what a big pan mee fan I was, K had mentioned to me numerous times about this pan mee place that has won the hearts of many bloggers. And after seeing Boolicious’ post I decided that I just had to go find this place! I had no idea where Taman Sri Sentosa was but… Continue reading The Elusive Taman Sri Sentosa Pan Mee, Off Old Klang Road
KissA Koyotei Japanese Restaurant is not exactly new to the food scene, but when it first opened, my family dined there without me and did not give it glowing reviews. Mainly because of the limited food choices and the menu was all in Japanese! We promptly forgot about the place. But when we drove past… Continue reading KissA Koyotei Japanese Restaurant @ Jalan Hutton, Penang
Nyonya Breeze used to be located next to Naza Hotel in Tanjung Bungah. But recently, they moved to Abu Siti Lane, off Macalister Road. Located opposite Choo Plaza, its bright green signboard is hard to miss. My family is always in search of good nyonya food, as my late grandma was a fantastic cook who… Continue reading Nyonya Breeze @ Abu Siti Lane
One of my favourite Curry Mee stalls in Penang is located along Weld Quay just outside the stall owner’s house. If you are travelling with the jetty on your left, Tua Pui (hokkien for ‘fat’) Curry Mee stall is further down from the jetty, after the Shell station, on the opposite side of the road.… Continue reading Tua Pui Curry Mee & O Kio @ Weld Quay
There is little kopitiam at Sg Tiram (along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, on the way to the airport, after the factories Osram, Bosch and Amphenol) which is famous for its seafood porridge. This kopitiam is popular with the factory crowd as it is nearby and opens for breakfast. For breakfast, they serve simple items like… Continue reading Seafood Porridge @ Sg Tiram