Saturday, 5 January 2019

Restoran Lim Fried Chicken @ Glenmarie, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

Finally managed to check out this place after hearing so many people raving about it.

I went a bit over the top by adding some shell fish which I think is local mussels. Now this is seriously a freaking good meal, the chicken had a nice crunchy skin on the outside and the meat was moist. The auntie did a good job as I ask for some gravy, she gave a nice dollop of curry and sambal. Oh and the mussels? Yummy. Portions were generous and definitely food coma after lunch. 

Restoran Lim Fried Chicken.
Glenmarie, Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.

Monday, 31 December 2018

Prawn Noodle Nibong Tebal @ Restoran Jin Hochiak Kopitiam @ Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

Another one end of the world, but as a good friend of my recommended it, had to check it out.

There's quite a few number of stalls in this kopi tiam but my mission today is to seek out the prawn noodle.

7 ringgit well worth every penny spent. Portions was generous, soup taste was there, enjoyable bowl of prawn noodle.

Prawn Noodle Nibong Tebal,
Restoran Jin Hochiak Kopitiam,
Taman Meru Utama,
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

Saturday, 29 December 2018

Teochew Seng Kee Pulau Ketam Fishball Noodle Shop @ Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.

If there's an award for a mouthful long name for a shop, I'll definitely submit this one.

Menu is pretty straight forward, I ordered a dry koew teow mee hoon with a bowl of soup that consists of some fish balls, fish paste, ufo and dunno what's the other item called.

Ain't that a beauty, the noodles were done just right. The soup had a nice clear taste to it and the stuff inside was fresh. Awesome.

I came back again for second round and ordered the slice fish porridge. This is even better. Note to myself, order the fish soup and add ons the fish paste, balls etc. This is a wholesome meal.

Teochew Seng Kee Pulau Ketam Fishball Noodle Shop,
Taman Berkeley,
Klang, Selangor,

Restoran Long Kei @ Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Found an awesome place serving chee cheong fun plus yong tau foo. Simple menu on display, fast and efficient.

The ccf was factory made, but the ytf and the sauces are a killer. Normally I'll just order the black sauce and chilli, but as this was my first time here, decided to give it a nice dollop of curry.

Service is good, heard it's a family business, they're pretty friendly. I'll be back!

Restoran Long Kei,
Taman Eng Ann,
Klang, Selangor,

Tuesday, 25 December 2018

Restoran Thai Somtam Seafood @ Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL, Malaysia.

Been hearing good reviews about this place in Changkat Bukit Bintang for Thai, managed to check it out for lunch one day.

We ordered a beef green curry and chicken tomyam. Green curry was delicious, had a nice thick lemak taste to it. Now the tomyam, woah this is the bomb, nice fiery spicy kick to it, sweet and sourish. Even though I'm sweating profusely I just can't stop slurping the soup down.

We also had a somtam which I have to say, well the restaurants name itself is somtam. Just order it, you won't be disappointed. Food is good.

Restoran Thai Somtam Seafood,
Changkat Bukit Bintang,
KL, Malaysia.

Sunday, 16 December 2018

Ayam Gepuk Pak Gebus @ Keramat, KL, Malaysia.

This place is nuts, the queue, the environment (no aircon), the sambal (even crazier hot), but boy this place serves a wicked ayam penyet.

Menu is self explanatory, first time here we chose set D with the whole works. Then you decide your sambal level, least spiciest(wuss) or medium/normal or max(do it!). Check out how they grind the fresh chillies, yummy!

Servings were good, got a quarter chicken, some liver? lungs? Tauhu, tempe and  the fried cabbage omg sinful but beautiful. I had the normal level of sambal, hits the right spot, sweating profusely in an already hot restaurant.

Their ayam penyet is superb, food is good and pair it with the sambal, umami. I'm definitely coming back here next week.

Ayam Gepuk Pak Gebus,
Keramat, KL, Malaysia.

p.s. they have a few branches.

Saturday, 8 December 2018

Only U Restaurant @ Glenmarie, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

A hidden gem in Glenmarie Industrial Park is this coffee shop which serves noodles such as curry mee, Ipoh hor hee, prawn noodle and asam laksa.

First time here I had the Ipoh hor hee, the soup was clear but its tasty. The hor fun was silky smooth and the portions were generous. On my friends recommendation I ordered the fried fish ball below. Oh how this little suckers pack a punch, taste wise it reminds me of keropok lekor.

Came back here shortly after a few days to try the curry mee with of course the fried fishball. The broth had a rich curry taste but not to the point of you getting jelak. No wonder I see a lot people eating the curry noodles. I slurped the bowl down till the last drop. Oh the fried fishball, dunked in the soup absorbed the curry taste, pure heaven.

Definitely coming back here to try the asam laksa and prawn noodles.

Only U Restaurant,
Glenmarie, Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.