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Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant Concorde Kuala Lumpur

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant Concorde KL
Chef Wong Pak Seng

Here I am having a jolly good dinner crafted by the brain behind the Chinese kitchen of Xin Cuisine KL, awesome boyish Chef Wong Pak Seng. The food mob Chinese style (rather the Italian mafia) was held in a private room of the restaurant anthatd ranks of people was there to conduct the ritual of taste.

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Chinese New Year Dinner at Si Chuan Doi Hua PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur

Tropical Fruit Yee Sang
Tropical Fruit Yee Sang at Si Chuan Doi Hua

I was told that people born in the year of the Rabbit under the Chinese Zodiac are admired, trusted and are often financially lucky, defintely an awesome news. Family gathering over dinner is a must during the Lunar New Year. Here at Si Chuan Doi Hua Restaraunt, Chinese Chef Chew Chee Kuong and Sichuan Chef Wong Yunghai bring blessings and prosperity to the table with lavish feasts of auspicious set menus with signicant symbolic dishes and colourful Yee Sang with good fortune and luck. What was truly delighted was I got to indulge them, it was the most inspired Sichuan dining experience.

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Gu Xuan Ju Restaurant Puchong Jaya

Gu Xuan Ju Restaurant

Gu Xuan Ju is a newly opened Chinese restaurant located at the heart of Puchong Jaya with so much to offer ranging form rice & noodle dishes right up to creative chinese cooking. Indulging into such a feast can be a piece of luxury in life for myself as I don’t need to sweat myself out in my own kitchen in preparing such a spread of gourmet, This I got to thank Master Wingz for the invitation, even though that night it was pouring rain, it did not stop me from attending, worth every single minute of it.

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Fusion with Angel Hair Pasta

Prawn and Zucchini with Angel Hair Pasta in Black Bean Sauce


Fermented black bean is one of the usual ingredients that is found in the chinese kitchen. When I was a child, we had this dish being prepared for the dinning table. All of us love it without a question. Having an additional bowl of rice is not common as the gravy of this black bean sauce is awesome delicious, something that I can’t avoid myself. or is it mummy’s cooking that most of us can’t resist?

Usually black bean sauce dishes are associated with chicken, slice beef and even with prawns, garnished with onions, red and green peppers. For this one, I used black bean sauce with large prawns, zucchini and angel hair pasta.


Ingredient

6 large prawns
1 yellow zucchini
1 green zucchini
1 Tbspn fermented black bean
2 hot chilli
1 Tbspn oyster sauce
1 tspn fish sauce
1 tspn dark soya sauce
2 clove garlic
a dash of white pepper
a dash of salt
cooking oil
Angel Hair Pasta

Method

Slice the zucchini into ribbons and also garlic.
Clean the large prawns.
Soak fermented black bean with water.
Heat up pan with 2 Tbspn cooking oil, panfried the garlic. Add the prawns, fry for 5minutes till fragrant.
Then add zucchini. Add hot chilli, oyster sauce, fish sauce and dark soya sauce. Add a bi of water. Stir fry for 2-3 minutes.
Add salt and white pepper.
Cook the angel hair pasta(amount desired) in a pot of hot water.
Once the angel hair pasta cooked and drained. Mixed the cooked angel hair pasta with the cooked prawns zucchini in black bean sauce.

Something simple, tasty and yet so fusion. Big Boys Oven is running a pasta challenge and we hope to see your entries in, the winner will win a gorgeous pasta pot. So happy cooking this week, yours . . . sidney

Sun Huat Kee Restaurant, Bangsar

Lorong Ara Kiri 2 is a real jewel of Bangsar that yet to be discovered, the food that this street can offer. There are plenty of hawker food waiting to offer you as there about 3 coffeeshop, 1 upmarket ipoh “kopitiam”, indian restaurant and even Domino Pizza is located on the same row. One of the coffeeshop that triggered myself completely was Sun Huat Kee, located next to Domino Pizza. Sun Huat Kee itself specialised with their signature Hakka “Yeong Tofu” during the day.

It was one tuesday nite we visited this place together with citygal from kampungboycitygal, tankiasu from xanga.com, xiu long bao & char siew bao from klpeopleklfood and jackson from jacksonkah. It was a truly food nite out with plenty of food and lots of variety


The “Yeong Tofu” comes in many variety such as fish paste stuffed brinjals, chillies, lady fingers, beancurd skin, tofu, and also deep fried “Sui Kow”. I got to say they tasted really good. The texture of the fish paste is fresh, full flavoured, smooth and tasty. I truly love their fish paste stuffed brinjal, something truly to dream for.


This place also serve a variety of delicious local food such as their famous pork ball noodle. They own and franchise a few pork ball noodle stalls in town such as at ss17, Petaling Jaya and even at the coffeeshop down the corner.


This pork ball noodles come in soup and dry dark sauce. They are also truly a signature noodle. I have them nearly every weekend or twice a week. The other noodle that can be found here is curry mee, ain’t they look gorgeous, creamy and simply delicious.

Not to forget there is also vinegered pork trotters, I would give an A+, ………. lovely, soft and succulent. Very refreshing indeed.

Another dish that they dish out is the hot white pepper pig stomach soup. I find this dish not as exciting as the vinegered pork trotters. I would say average but still blend well with a bowl of rice.

As for drinks they had come up with this drink, “air bandung” with cut dragon fruit. Taste great, really a refreshing drink. The shop also offer the normal drinks that you can get from coffee shops and also got roti bakar.

By night, this shop serve different variation of food, surprisingly savoury poridge and also chicken rice. So yummy and we can’t stop drilling into our bowl of poridge. They offer a variety of them such as pork ribs poridge, salted egg and century egg poridge, frog meat poridge and also the most known at home, the roasted pork poridge. We got to taste all of them and the verdict was fantastic. You can also order pan fried fish to go with your poridge and we had a “Mah Yau” fish and also a small “Pak Chong” fish, taste great.

I would say if you like to find something simple, delicious and got tired with cafe & restaurant food, this will be the right place to be. I would rate this eatery 9/10 and a thumbs up.

Sid xxx

Sun Huat Kee Restaurant, Bangsar

Lorong Ara Kiri 2 is a real jewel of Bangsar that yet to be discovered, the food that this street can offer. There are plenty of hawker food waiting to offer you as there about 3 coffeeshop, 1 upmarket ipoh “kopitiam”, indian restaurant and even Domino Pizza is located on the same row. One of the coffeeshop that triggered myself completely was Sun Huat Kee, located next to Domino Pizza. Sun Huat Kee itself specialised with their signature Hakka “Yeong Tofu” during the day.

It was one tuesday nite we visited this place together with citygal from kampungboycitygal, tankiasu from xanga.com, xiu long bao & char siew bao from klpeopleklfood and jackson from jacksonkah. It was a truly food nite out with plenty of food and lots of variety


The “Yeong Tofu” comes in many variety such as fish paste stuffed brinjals, chillies, lady fingers, beancurd skin, tofu, and also deep fried “Sui Kow”. I got to say they tasted really good. The texture of the fish paste is fresh, full flavoured, smooth and tasty. I truly love their fish paste stuffed brinjal, something truly to dream for.


This place also serve a variety of delicious local food such as their famous pork ball noodle. They own and franchise a few pork ball noodle stalls in town such as at ss17, Petaling Jaya and even at the coffeeshop down the corner.


This pork ball noodles come in soup and dry dark sauce. They are also truly a signature noodle. I have them nearly every weekend or twice a week. The other noodle that can be found here is curry mee, ain’t they look gorgeous, creamy and simply delicious.

Not to forget there is also vinegered pork trotters, I would give an A+, ………. lovely, soft and succulent. Very refreshing indeed.

Another dish that they dish out is the hot white pepper pig stomach soup. I find this dish not as exciting as the vinegered pork trotters. I would say average but still blend well with a bowl of rice.

As for drinks they had come up with this drink, “air bandung” with cut dragon fruit. Taste great, really a refreshing drink. The shop also offer the normal drinks that you can get from coffee shops and also got roti bakar.

By night, this shop serve different variation of food, surprisingly savoury poridge and also chicken rice. So yummy and we can’t stop drilling into our bowl of poridge. They offer a variety of them such as pork ribs poridge, salted egg and century egg poridge, frog meat poridge and also the most known at home, the roasted pork poridge. We got to taste all of them and the verdict was fantastic. You can also order pan fried fish to go with your poridge and we had a “Mah Yau” fish and also a small “Pak Chong” fish, taste great.

I would say if you like to find something simple, delicious and got tired with cafe & restaurant food, this will be the right place to be. I would rate this eatery 9/10 and a thumbs up.

Sid xxx

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