since I’ve started blogging, i have gotten to know some very interesting online foodbloggers lol […]
since I’ve started blogging, i have gotten to know some very interesting online foodbloggers lol my parents have always warned against meeting people I know online since you never know what sort of people are out there reading personal things about your life on your blog. but I trust my own judgement and will not meet up with simply anyone I know online unless ive had regular correspondance with them either by commenting on each others blogs or by email. heh so i met up with suyin from the journal of a girl who loves to cook for lunchies at Madam Kwans in the midvalley megamall
madam kwans is a cosy restaurant with an upmarket kopitiam feel its a pretty good place to try some local food without having to look at the sweating hawkers cooking your food lol
Nasi Bojari RM19.90 mmm the assam prawns was so tasty and hee lookit tricoloured rice!
Otak Otak RM16.30 this was interesting it was a lil spicy from me becos im a gwai loh haha but it was still good
Sago Gula Melaka RM5.30 at first there wasnt enough gula melaka so suyin told me to go crazy so i did and poured it all in and then it was too sweet heh my bad!
Banana Fritters with icecream RM9.80 MMM BANANA heh batter was so light and fresh and tasty mmm altho i wasnt a fan of the icecream… but the banana! i could eat 5 more!
Bubur Bubur Cha Cha RM5.90 lol im so used to eating all my desserts cold and my mum always telling me to heat it up but suyin also prefers desserts cold too so its good to know im not STRANGE or anything hehe
suyin and me lol its always an advantage when you have a local showing you around! suyin steered me clear of the pretty looking but apparently not so tasty kuehs, and the colourful and brightly lit restaurants that served food best eaten in sydney. anyways thanks for showing me around suyin!
5 outta 6 years on valentines days either me or noods has been in different […]
5 outta 6 years on valentines days either me or noods has been in different countries and to celebrate another year of being apart, heres some very ditzy quotes from noods:
“i thought diamonds were silver colour and cubic zirconias were huge just like in simpsons!”
“that chocolate deer doesnt look very tasty… i mean mousse! i mean chocolate mousse!”
“i like the tabouli mum gets from the shops but i dont like tabouli in my kebab… what do you mean tabouli isnt a plant? whats all the green stuff then?!”
“merrick and rosso have their own breakfast cereal? mad i want to go buy it! what dya mean its not realli a ceral???”
lol happy valentines day love!
in the 3 days i have been here i have managed to pick up the […]
in the 3 days i have been here i have managed to pick up the malaysian accent haha im also falling behind in posting all my fotos becos the my cousins laptop doesnt have an external mouse and it is quite hard resizing, cropping and watermarking images with touchpad…
anyways my parents are from taiping (which is about 45mins north of ipoh) and ever since we’ve been in KL all my dad talks about is the food oh the glorious food open until so late at night its morning already…
Restoran Taiping Lang (19-01 Jln Kenari 18B, B Puchong Jaya) has a tagline of ‘Where you can enjoy grandmaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s cooking’ hee cute or not? there were 7 of us so we ordered set A and set B and a couple of other side dishes. all the sets are same price RM28 for 2ppl, RM38 for 3ppl and RM48 for 4 ppl and its quite possible i misnamed some of the dishes becos i wasnt paying attention lol
Bee Ba Special- Belly Pork stewed with special soy sauce
Achat Hu- Fried Fish pickled with ginger and tumeric
Chai Por Nooi- Omellete with preserved radish
Kali Kay- Chicken Curry
Ba Kian- Fried Pork Sausage Nyonya style
Kiam Chai Buey- Mixed vegetable stew
Sambal Hae Bi- Dried prawns with sambal salad
Hu Pau- Otak Otak fish mousse steamed
Lam Chiok- Nyonya salad with spicy sauce
mmm one of the best things about malaysia besides the clothes shopping is the variety […]
mmm one of the best things about malaysia besides the clothes shopping is the variety of snack stores in the shopping malls!
hee Baoz so bright and cheerful looking
‘open sesame’ bao mmm black sesame goodness kinda like those round balls in sugar syrup uh tong yeun?
‘melting gold’ oh.my.god. dudes if you like salted egg youll like this! a river of this stuff is packed away in bao [drools] liquid golden eggy so tasty so so tasty…
teh tarik and some uberly sweet concoction of rose syrup and soda water?
heh check out this ice kachang! my mum loved this especially all the peanuts isnt it pretty? i want to make this into a tshirt print…
hee Paddyfield- ‘Pamper Your Stomach’
kaya pudding balls! 10 for RM2.50 they come piping hot so do NOT put the whole thing in your mouth you fools! lol i liked them theyre kinda like eating those hontou pancakes you get in chinatown, sydney but with kaya instead (noods your babies!)
pasar malan (market)
mmm giant wokfuls of noodley goodness
pohpiah. i would hate to get the pohpiah on the bottom of that pile…
drinks that are so fluro it makes you wonder whats in them… but theyre tasty! especially soybean mmm soybean…
lok lok steamboat kinda where you pick what you want to eat and dip, cook, and eat… hygiene is a bit dubious here haha but i guess so is all street food!
by the time i came back from the airport it was about 5.30am and i […]
by the time i came back from the airport it was about 5.30am and i was so tired i just fell asleep on my cousins couch (its a very comfy couch dude!) and then lunch time at a local coffee shop
yut kee (35, Jln Dang Wangi, KL)
kaya toast (RM1.8) aww i wanted mine pre spread for me (im not lazy AT ALL)
eggs! (RM2) haha i love me eggs! soft boiled! with pepper!
slice of kaya swiss roll (RM0.7)
wat tan hor fun (RM5) noodleys swimming in egg sauce
chicken chop (RM7) heh im so used to hearing ‘lamb chop’ or ‘pork chop’ i dont think ive ever heard of chicken chop lol onli in malaysia!
roti babi (RM7) kinda like a pork bread with pork, lapp cheong (chinese sausage), onions and i think there was crab encased in fluffy bread, coated with egg and lightly fried. heh almost like a savoury french toast mmm