Saturday, May 31, 2014

Pontian Wanton Noodles @ SS15, Subang Jaya

Pontian Wanton Noodles House originated from Pontian which is a small town south of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Johore. With 60 years of history, currently, they have many branches around Klang Valley and Singapore. They have a strange flavour of wanton noodles which is in tomato sauce which is out of the usual norm of using dark sauce.

Taste:8/10(Good. Fast and convenient. The fried wanton is good and crispy. But I appreciate that their wanton to be a bit bigger. Barbeque pork is average. Their noodles is bouncy and their tomato wanton noodles complements well with the fried wanton).
Price:7/10(Moderate. Their wanton noodles and other menu have 3 different sizes. As for wanton noodles, small at MYR5.30, medium at MYR6.30 and large at MYR7.30).


I ordered their unique tomato sauce wanton noodles. The combination of the noodles and tomato sauce is good. I would give thumb up to their fried wanton. The wanton is crispy and savoury.

Pontian wanton noodles shop not only have wanton noodles but also have laksa, dumpling noodles & chicken feet noodles.

The environment inside the shop. You may sit outside or inside which is air-conditioned.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.076351, 101.589636
Address: No 45, Jalan SS15/4, Subang Jaya, 47500 Selangor, Malaysia.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Wangfujing shopping street @ Beijing, China

Wangfujing is a famous shopping street in Beijing, China. There are many luxury shops located on this street. I enjoyed looking at some high-end shops together with some souvenir shops.


Beijing taxi at Wangfujing street.

Church on Wangfujing street.

Wangfujing is centre of tourist attraction in Beijing.

Beijing Apple Store.

Famous Wangfujing bookstore.

Long street with endless shops.

Selfie at Wangfujing street.

More visitors at night.

Hazy night at Wangfujing.

One of the high end department stores.

Dongan department store.

Wangfujing street market.


Walking into the night market. Beware of pick pocket here.

Baby scorpion sold as snack in Wangfujing street market.

Fried black scorpion.

Fried grasshopper.

Escargot.

Mussels.

However not all food sold here is exotic. Here you can have the tasty grilled squid as well.


Pig's stomach soup.


Goat's drumstick.

Preserved & sweetened small apples.

GPS/Coordinate: 39.908086, 116.411545
Public transport:Wangfujing station Beijing subway line 1.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Ali, Muthu & Ah Hock Kopitiam @ Oasis, Ara Damansara

Ali, Muthu & Ah Hock kopitiam is located in a newly developed commercial area of Oasis Ara Damansara by Sime Darby group. This restaurant serves mainly Malaysian food back in olden days of traditional kopitiam. The area is nice with ample of parking space with many types of restaurants and recreational area at the centre of Oasis.

Taste:8/10(Good. The nasi lemak were good and fried chicken were crispy and savoury. The chili paste or sambal with nasi lemak is just average).
Price:5/10(Near expensive. Nasi lemak priced at MYR9.50 is certainly expensive by Malaysian standard).


Their signature nasi lemak with crispy fried chicken.

Menu from Ali, Muthu & Ah Hock kopitiam. They have extensive menu from nasi lemak-coconut milk rice, hokkien mee, mee rebus, fried rice, cantonese noodles & roti jala.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.11352, 101.574612
Address: Lot B-G-01, Oasis Square Ara Damansara, 2, Jalan PJU 1A/7A, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Tasty road side SS15 snack @ Subang Jaya

This rojak stall claimed to be the best in Subang Jaya and it is usually full of people queuing up to buy the rojak. Need to be patient as there are more than 15 people lining in front of you if you intend to have some. You can see that there are people in a row enjoying their cendol/vadai at the ledge of the road while eating your spicy Indian rojak. There are cendol & vadai stall beside this famous rojak stall. Be sure to try the cendol and vadai as well as it taste good.

Taste:8/10(Good. The taste is above average with lots of mixed item and peanut gravy. Vadai here is among the best that I have. Get the donut shaped vadai for the best taste).
Price:8/10(Cheap. The portion is quite big with squid, egg, bean sprout, cucumber, fried bean curd & crispy fried crackers priced at MYR5.00. Vadai price at MYR0.50 per piece. You may refer to the photo below).


The lorry stall is just at the road side infront of SS15 KFC and Hassan mamak restaurant.

Rojak dish with cucumber, peanut gravy, egg, sengkuang, fried tofu & crispy fried crackers.

Best vadai especially when its hot and fresh! Beware if you can stand spicy as it has chili padi.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.078524, 101.588828
Address: Jalan SS15/3b, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Korean food of Myung-Ga @ Taman Intan, Klang

Klang town is previously lacking a good Korean restaurant. But that has changed after Myung-Ga opened in Taman Intan, Klang back in year 2011.

Taste:8/10(Good. Good portion of Ban Chan which is small dishes accompany the main dishes. They are good especially kimchi and spinach. The bibimbap is good although its vegetarian. And I prefer their chicken ginseng soup to have more flavour as its a bit light for my liking. Chicken is soft and easily detached from bones. There is some rice at the bottom of the chicken ginseng soup).
Price:6/10(Moderate. What value for money here is that you can have unlimited refill of side orders-Ban Chan. We ordered their Bibimbap at MYR25.00 and chicken ginseng soup at MYR33.00).


Vegetarian bibimbap.

Bibimbap after everything is mixed.

Ginseng chicken also known as Samgyetang. A bit fusion to suit Malaysian taste.

Ban Chan from Myung-Ga. Myung Ga is not stingy in serving Ban chan as they are all refillable upon request. There are Kimchi, lotus root, potato salad, spinach, bean slice, cockles, peanuts with anchovies and brinjals.

One of the Ban Chan is cockles.

Drinking water provided.

Myung-Ga (Life is Beautiful).

GPS/Coordinate: 3.057127, 101.472360
Address: 88E, IMS2, Jalan Batai Laut 4, Taman Intan, 41300 Klang, Malaysia.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Fried chicken and spicy chee chong funn of Restoran Wong Soon Kee @ Subang Jaya, Selangor

Lim Fried Chicken (LFC) stall which is located in restaurant Wong Soon Kee is famous among the locals here. The fried chicken is crispy good and their curry chee cheong fun is great. The mixture of fried chicken and their curry chee cheong fun is lovely. This stall however only open at odd hours which is between 2.00pm onwards until 6.00pm. Usually people who come here to have late lunch or pack to eat later. Go around at 2.30pm and expect a long queue and hope for empty seats around. However long the queue is, customers will patiently queue up just to taste that juicy in the inside and crispy on the outside fried chicken.

Taste:9/10(Delicious. Their fried chicken is great which is crispy and not dry with moist meat. The chee cheong fun is smooth with spicy curry which taste good as well).
Price:8/10(Cheap. The chee cheong fun with some cabbage and fried whole leg cost MYR9.00).



Lim fried chicken, cabbage and curry chee cheong fun.

Come late at that time, fried chicken sold out. The curry chicken is not bad either.

Come early and you have these... Stir fry vegetables with chee chong fun. This dish priced at MYR7.00.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.068810, 101.586435
Address: Jalan SS 14/1, Ss 14, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Kedai Makanan Laut Sungai Yu Baru @ Bukit Tinggi, Klang

Kedai Makanan Laut Sungai Yu Baru located at the corner of Lorong Batu Nilam 3B of Bukit Tinggi is famous among Klangities. This restaurant can get very crowded especially during weekend. If you want to avoid the crowd, do come here before 6.30pm or else you may come after 9.00pm.

Taste:8/10(Good. The food served here is good and they are famous for their seafood. Their barbeque fish and squid dishes are their pride).
Price:6/10(Moderate. The food here is good but the portion are rather small. Kampung herbal chicken at MYR36.00, deep fry yam with vegetables at MYR10.00 and barbecued squid sambal at MYR15.00)


Kampung herbal chicken.

Deep fry yam with vegetables.

Barbecued squid with spicy sambal.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.010768, 101.434729
Address: No. 31-0, Lorong Batu Nilam 3B, Bandar Bukit Tinggi, 41200 Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Banana leaf meal at Sri Nirvana Maju Restaurant @ Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

Sri Nirvana Maju Restaurant has always been ranked high for Indian food in Time Out Magazine. This time I visit to try out myself to prove how good their banana leaf rice are. Located at a high end area with plenty of Western and fine dining eateries, this is a restaurant for those who are budget conscious. Although their banana leaf rice and drinks is slightly more expensive but their are still much cheaper compared to the fine dining or Western restaurant nearby. Beware of those who come here during lunch or dinner time as table is hard to get by. This restaurant is a mamak style restaurant with good combination of condiments in their banana leaf rice has made this restaurant popular and featured in many food review.

Taste:8/10(Good. The banana leaf rice is good with best combination of condiments which I can find. The best condiments in my opinion is the masala fried bitter gourd which is so tasty and crunchy. Other than that, the meal also comes with acar-raw marinated cucumber, papadam-crispy cracker, sour plum, rasam & fried chilli).
Price:6/10(Moderate. Banana leaf rice at MYR8.00 and lime juice drink at MYR1.80).


This masala fried bitter gourd is so good.

My complete banana leaf rice with acar, stir fry cabbage, masala fried bitter gourd, assam (sour plum), rasam (spicy Indian savoury soup), papadam (crispy cracker) & fried chilli.

My banana leaf rice.

Busy day at Sri Nirwana Maju Restaurant.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.131133, 101.670948
Address: 43 Jalan Telawi 3, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Bangsar, Malaysia.
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