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Cheese Baked Rice….. :O~~~

Posted by Buu on May 23, 2007

Let the picture do the talking . This dish is by Kim Gary that came with a set, included with a drink, soup and a jello thing.

Pork chop cheese baked rice The side dishes


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curry pork chop and brisket at Tong Lou Wan

Posted by Bee on May 2, 2007

Peter and i are always a big fan of Tong Lou Wan’s deep fried wang tan. It has been a year since the last time we went to the place. Two weeks before we went there to celebrate our 2nd year anniversary. It is located at the busiest computer accessories shopping place in town-Low Yat Plaza, Bukit Bintang, which is easily accessible through KL Monorial.

I ordered curry Porkchop while Buu ordered Beef Brisket. My curry Pork chop was a mixture of chinese cuisine cooking style and Malay cuisine’s most common ingredient-curry. As usual, the rice come with a generous portion of chicken steak and rich curry and onion gravy. I would say that this is one of the advantages of eating in Tong Lou Wan compare to their competitor- Kim Gary. Kim Gary’s rice are smaller in size in general and much expensive. Well, it tasted special, but the tingling sensation of the spices was too much that it covers other tastes.

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Buu’s beef brisket was recommended by John. They serve the thin noodles together with pieces of beef and some vegetables. It was an ideal normal chinese noodles but the good thing about the dish is the ‘beefy taste’ wasn’t that strong. However, the last dish-Deep Fried wan tan was the best of all. The crunchy wan tan skin, together with the hot and fresh pawns, the Deep Fried Wan tan never fail to impress our taste buds. The quality was as good as before even though it has been a year since the last time we have the dish. Well, it will be no doubt that the next time we go to Tong Lou Wan, Deep Fried Wan Tan will still be the first in our list to order.

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Lam Mee @ Little Penang Kafe

Posted by Buu on January 28, 2007

Located at the fourth level of KLCC shopping mall, this franchise banks in on commercialising famous penang hawker food. Like all franchises , some succeed and some don’t. This one in my opinion …. is mediocre. The problem lies in the commercial value of the dishes served. Hawker food focuses more on taste and speedy delivery while franchised hawker food like this focus more on presentation at the cost of taste.

I ordered Lam mee. Presentation wise it was ok but it was tasteless. There were alot of ingredients in it but nothing gave it a taste.

I’m not too keen on the design of the glasses either. It looks like a 500ml mineral water bottle cut in half -_- .

So to recap…. I don’t think I’ll be dining here again.

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Kenduri & Kim Gary revisited

Posted by Buu on November 22, 2006

Hey ho, back from the land of living and fresh out of the oven a post about a culinary day of malay and hong kong and japanese cuisine. Last sunday I attended a wedding near to me house where the son was got married to the daughter of another family nearby. For those who are not familiar with what kenduri means, it is a community feast to celebrate the matrimonial union of man and a woman following the culture and tradition of the malays.

There were hoards of people there. Lots of people from my neighbourhood gathered there to celebrate the occasion but I think most of them just went for the food like myself hehe. Yes , even if you do not know the hosts, you could still participate in their bliss. This is what I had as they served lunch in a buffet line style:

Yummy malay style fried chicken, dhal curry, beef rendang and nasi briyani. I found the beef rendang to be the best of the lot as it was tender and juicy.

Evening onwards my family and myself ended up at Kim Gary after watching Casino Royale which was highly entertaining. This time we all tried different things

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Following numerical order is the cheesy pork curry rice. I swear it looks like lasagna. The cheese surprisingly melds with the curry taste well. The pork was soft and tender. It also came with potatoes in it.

Next is the typhoon noodles which is basically curry mee but in a diffrent kind of curry soup. The soup is made out from oily cili sauce which reminds me of the cili sauce that comes along with chicken rice. It wasn’t that great in my opinion. The soup was watery and the noodles were just plain noodles.

Lastly is the grilled japanese seafood rice. It comes with a fried egg, grilled unagi, green pea pods, crab sticks , baby octupus and shitake mushrooms. The rice was fragrant and not burnt at all. The unagi and shitake mushrooms i found were the stars of the dish. The unagi was grilled just fine. Oh and this also came with a side of kimchi. I cant wait to try more of their insteresting dishes as fusion cuisine does look interesting.

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Thai Style Mee @ Sri Rampai

Posted by Buu on November 10, 2006

Haven’t been blogging for awhile now as there wasn’t anything special eaten. Recently I ate something new ( to me at least ). It’s called thai style mee :O~~~~ .

Delicious! It’s looks pretty simple to make too. It consists of flat noodles, sesame oil, mince meat, kai lan and chicken feet. I don’t eat chicken feet so I donated it to my friend. It also comes with a bowl of soup. A small plate costs RM 3.00 while the big one costs RM 3.50. It is definately worth it.

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