Sunday, March 30, 2008

Coconut Flower Seafood Restaurant @ Teluk Gong, Port Klang

This restaurant is located in quite a remote area in Teluk Gong in Port Klang. Teluk Gong is a famous place for seafood lovers. We need to past by 5-6 seafood restaurant before reaching this place. What can I say is, Teluk Gong is like a seafood restaurant village. It is quite easy if come from Kuala Lumpur via Kesas. Just go straight along Kesas highway until you reach Klang. From there go straight and start looking for Teluk Gong sign board. This place is usually packed during weekend although it can fit more than 500 diners at any one time. So, make sure to reach this place by 7pm on weekend or you may have to wait for seat. Service here is good & fast as they hire quite a lot of staff.

Taste: 8/10 (nice curry prawn in coconut and fresh seafood).
Price: 6/10 (generally its considered as reasonable except for prawn & crab which is a bit pricy).

Restaurant main enterance.

Famous for its coconut village style. Fried baby squidCurry prawn in coconut.
Bamboo type of lala.
Seafood taufoo with raw egg yolk.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

IKEA Restaurant

Feel hungry after shopping at IKEA? You may try to have a meal there. I have my lunch there and found that it is quite OK.

Taste: 6/10 (moderate) - spoilt by a hard chicken leg. The spices & herbs in the sauce is delicious with lemon juice.
Price: 5/10 (near expensive but still cheaper than other counterparts).
Poached Salmon (RM11.90). Taste quite nice.
Chicken whole leg with vegetables (RM9.90). So-so. The leg is hard.


IKEA Cookware

I brought a set of cookware (3 pieces) from IKEA. It is quite a bargain buy as it only cost RM39! Stainless steel somemore. Good for small portion cooking.
ANMONS in packed form
Unpacked form
After assembled.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Yao Yao Ping in Pandamaran, Port Klang

This Yao Yao Ping (Ais kacang) eating place is located just in front of Pandamaran B primary chinese school. It offers wantan mee, delicious fried chicken, BBQ chicken (ayam percik), fried popiah & of course yao yao ping. This place is usually packed by school children & working adults for lunch.

Taste: 8/10(good) - crispy chicken & nice red bean ais kacang.
Price: 7/10(reasonable).
This is what the shop look like. This shop is featured in the Ho Chak! 8TV before.
All the chicken was pre-fried and displayed in the display shelf. RM2.00 per piece.
Their fried chicken on the par with KFC.
Many Yao yao ping flavours - red bean, sour plum, pineapple, mango...

Thursday, March 20, 2008

3JC Restaurant @ Sunway Piramid

Found this restaurant by accident. Want to find something normal to eat yet can make my stomach full. I tried out the mee & porridge there. Looks like nowadays even normal local dishes can be made franchise. I thought this is their only outlet but they already have 5!

Taste: 6/10 (normal)
Price: 6/10 (moderate - include 10% service tax & 5% government tax)
Mee with meat ball, pork chop & pork sausage (RM6.90). The meat ball is not round shape but its is in rectangular form. I tried this types of mee soup near Jalan Imbi in KL before but here is less oily compared to the ones in KL.
Porridge with braised peanuts, century egg, crispy cracker & sesame oil (RM5.80).

Friday, March 14, 2008

Home cooking

Home cooking is delicious, healthy & cheap. Let me share some of my home cooking for the previous month until now. Some I prepared & some by my mom.
Stir fry petai with scallop.
Kau kee soup with eggs.
Fish porridge with tomatoes & spring onion.

Steam siakap with ginger & fried garlic + small onion.
Tou foo soup with pork & spring onion.
Lotus root soup with chicken feet. Nice!
Black pompret with tauchu & ginger. I love another version with black bean too.

Failed fried ngaku (arrow head chips) during chinese new year. Try again next year!

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Malaysia is making history

The big opposition win in 2008 general election is expected. BN gets the biggest win & suffers the biggest loser under the Pak Lah leadership. High majority in parliment for BN during the 2004 general election comes with a big hope from voters. If the voters don't get what is promised, then the voters will not vote for the ruling party anymore this time.

With a few pressing issues that hunt the voters during this few years has lead the ruling party (Barisan National) to suffer biggest defeat in the history. Barisan National (BN) has lost five states namely Selangor, Kelantan, Penang, Kedah & Perak. The opposition also success in denying the BN two-third majority in the Parliment.

I think this is a good change as there should be a check & balance in the parliment. Some analysis said that only chinese were unhappy with the present government but I think that malaysian were unhappy with the ruling government. This can be seen for the lost of several high profile minister like Datuk Seri Sharizat Abdul Jalil in Lembah Pantai & Datuk Samsuddin in Shah Alam. The increase in goods price not only affected the chinese, other races will face it too. I think this time voters not vote in favour of opposition parties but more to simply not vote for BN.

Issues which lead to opposition big win includes:
1. Hindraf issues - Datuk Seri S.Samy Vellu lost in Sg. Siput. He have become minister for 30 years, let younger generation to lead MIC. He should step down with pride earlier not step down after losing in election. There are still many hardcore poor indians under his leadership. Nearly all MIC candidate lost. Haha... before election they can proudly say Hindraf issue don't affect the election result much. Wake up, you sleep & have comfort zone for too long already!
2. Corruption issues - appointment of judges. Loh Gwo-Burne the person who record the Lingam video won the Kelana Jaya seat.
3. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim factor which able to swing some chinese & malay votes.
4. Higher crime rate. Everyone also scared if crime rate is high. BN government promise to build more police station & recruit more police but how about transpirancy & corruption in police?
5. The extension of the New Economic Policy(NEP) which makes non-bumi unhappy. I think 30 years is enough (1970-2000). I think NEP is more on enriching the rich malays(UNMO) rather than helping the hardcore poor malays.
6. Negarakuku video which criticise the government - kopi-o, corruption in getting licence, no place for non-bumi bright students. But I not agree about criticising our malay friends part.
7. BN government keeps giving excuse on several issues.
8. Price increase on several essential goods - flour, petrol, chicken & etc. People who go to market every weekend like me will feel it.
9. BN campaign is more on main stream media. Nowadays, younger generation not really bother watch much TV & read newspapers. Opposition distribute leaflet which have much information.
10. Poor road condition. I can see this in Klang. They only fill the pot holes and not retaring the whole road. Wonders where is all the money for road had gone? More pot holes = benefit proton = buy more spare parts?
11. Hidden account on GLC especially Petronas. Do you know that Petronas annual account is not open for public? Government can simply use the Petronas profit without public knowledge.
12. Toll issue.
13. BN parliment member insulting women with the 'bocor' word.
14. Donno about that Malays also want to have a change. These can be seen in BN 'safe' state - Selangor & Kedah.
15. For 50 years people have votes for greater representative of race in BN but not much have been achieve. So, people now vote for greater voice in parliment to see what will happen.
16. News show a photo of DAP leader Lim Kit Siang hand shake with PAS leader Abdul Hadi Awang. I donno what issue the news trying to bring up. Chinese & Malay cannot shake hand & become close friend meh? BN also bring in race based politics.
17. No punishment for Zakaria for building a large mansion (build illegally) surrounded by poor malay housing area. Now the voters have punish Zakaria daughter in-law by voting Keadilan candidate! No Zakaria but replaced by daughter in-law, what's a non-sense. At least they put someone who is unrelated which might have better chance of winning.

With these issues it will surely affect Malaysian to vote for change.

Nice things to watch in next parliment term:
1. Jeff Ooi the famous blogger is now a member of parliment.
2. Dr.P.Ramasamy ex-UKM famous political science lecturer is now in parliment.
3. Lim Kit Siang & Karpal Singh is still there.

On the state site (DUN) I wonders who will become the next mentri besar for Selangor, Perak & Kedah. My place Kota Alam Shah seat is held by an ISA detainee, M.Monoharan.

Finally, kudos to the opposition and try to work hard as voters already given you a chance. Prove it and they will reward you in the future!

Friday, March 7, 2008

Hakka Food - Restaurant Ho Boh

I have come to this restaurant a few times but I didn't manage to write about it. This restaurant prepare many types of hakka style food. It is located in Bukit Tinggi Klang. There is a branch in Puchong too but I not sure whether it has the same taste. The food below is for 5 persons.

Restaurant Ho Boh

Taste: 7/10(near good)
Price: 7/10(reasonable)
Non-halal


Mui Chai (salted vegetable) with pork


Fried taufoo with pork. Quite crispy.

Winter melon soup. Its free

Rou cha soup. Its a mixture of around 6 vegetables.


Yellow wine chicken. Strong wine taste but a bit sweet.
I not sure what it called. Sempoa chi. Yam in seculent starch wrap with scallop.

Nice chili paste

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Best Seafood Restaurant, Pulau Indah

This seafood restaurant is situated just beside my company. I am not saying this is the "best" seafood. It is their name. Best Seafood Restaurant. Their seafood is quite delicious in taste and my favourites are asam fish, mixed vegetables in yam basket, claypot taufoo, mantis prawn & hawker style fried items. Best of all they able to prepare all these delicious items without lard.

Taste: 8/10 (good)
Price: 7/10 (reasonable)
Pork Free

Claypot taufoo

Marmite chicken


Mixed vegetables

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Sin Kok Thye Coffee Shop @ Port Klang

My colleagues & I come to this restaurant for lunch. We have come to this old Hainanese style coffee shop quite a few times but I don't have chance to blog it before. This coffee shop offer many delicious meals that have its own special taste. I like their barley & hawker style food with fresh big prawn. Among the menus are chicken chop, loh mee, charcoal toasted bread, coffee, hailam mee & etc. This coffee shop is situated just in front of Port Klang wet market.

Taste: 9/10 (Delicious. The prawn and chicken meat are fresh. You will find many ingredients such as chicken meat and prawns inside your portion of fried rice or noodles).
Price: 8/10 (Cheap as food comes in large portion & the prawn are fresh. Each plate priced from MYR6.00).
Pork-free


Hailam rice vermicelli soup with fresh prawns.

Traditional settings in Hainanese coffee shop. You can still see the old school type of coffee cups.

Fried rice vermicelli. This dish have enough wokhei.

Loh mee in thick dark soy sauce gravy. Can add black vineger for extra taste.

Singapore style meehoon. They add a lot of extra ingredient & the presentation is nice too.

Fragrant fried rice


This barley drink is very refreshing

GPS/Coordinate: 3.000157, 101.397491
Address: 23, Jalan Kem, Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.
Public transport: KTM Komuter Port Klang station. 15 minutes walk from the station.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Office Wine Drinking

My colleagues had won four bottles of wine during the recent annual dinner lucky draw. They have contributed two bottles for drink in the office. This is first time I tried white wine. It tastes weird but after a while, I can feel the grape fragrant. I am not a wine expert and my rating may not reflect the real taste of the wine.

Rosemount white wine
Taste: 6/10
Price: Not sure about the price (Approx RM50-60 per bottle)

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Indiana Jones

I am looking forward for another sequeal of Indiana Jones by Steven Spielberg this May 2008. Kingdom of the crystal skull. After watching the three series of Indiana Jones last year, I found that these 1980's movie is quite interesting and adventurous.

Raider of the Lost Ark(1981)
Archeologist and university proffesor Indiana Jones must retrieve the mythic Lost Ark of the Covenant before it gets into the hands of Adolf Hitler who plans on useing its power to guarantee his global conquest.

Temple of Doom(1984)
Indiana Jones finds himself on a new adventure, trekking across Asia with a gold-digging woman and a young child to rescue a village's missing children and find a magic stone. But, along the way he must contend with an evil cult.

The Last Crusade (1989)
Indiana and his father outwit the Nazis in their attempt to find the Holy Grail.

Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull(2008)
In 1957, Indiana Jones is thrust back in action, venturing into the jungles of South America in a race against Soviet agents to find the mystical Crystal Skull.

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