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CNBLUE Blue Moon World Tour 2013 at Stadium Negara

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Jung Yong-hwa the lead vocals and rhythm guitar of CN Blue

The Boy Band CN Blue was in Kuala Lumpur recent on their World Tour BLUE MOON at Stadium Negara and it was a fantastic mesmerizing concert. They truly captured the soul of the audience that night. People was singing in tune with them and foremost the girls were shouted out their heart for their stars . . . . the boys !

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4am Dim Sum at Pudu Cafe

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Pudu Cafe located at Pudu Market

Lately I had been very busy myself and noticed that I had not been blogging regularly. Please accept my apologies. I guessed with such a busy schedule, I still make time for food indulging. My latest recent discovery was this old boys 4 o’clock morning Dim Sum joint located at Pudu market, city centre.

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Nameless Noodles Shop at Ming Heang Hui Jalan Cheras

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The Nameless Noodle Signboard

Tucked along a busy street of Jalan Cheras near the junction of the PGRM building we found the nameless Hokkien Noodle stall located at Ming Heang Hui Coffee Shop. It was an after event at PGRM that got us hunting for this midnight supper just across the road. Stood right at a corner in a quiet lane came the blasting sound of gas furnace fuming with awesome pungent smell of “wok hei”. The place itself was totally crowded at that moment of our arrival of this old boys school coffee shop and people was eyeing for empty table just like a flock of deadly hunting vulchers.

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Lam Ah Coffee Shop Lebuh Chulia Penang

Kedai Kopi Lam Ah

Lovely Penang, unique and full of culture. I just love walking along the narrow streets, glancing through the old pre-war shop lots. This time I stopped at Lebuh Chulia, a street where a heaven for backpackers, affordable lodging. I was introduced to this small corner coffee shop named Lam Ah Coffeeshop which was really unique by itself, a very old coffee shop but served the best most refreshing fresh nutmeg juice. I just love it at the first sight, delicious beyond imagination, just speechless. A drink that you must try yourself if you are in the area.

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One of the great discovery, an awesome nutmeg juice to kill the thirst!

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Johor Bahru Best Beef Noodle at Ang Kim Chwee Coffee Shop

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Danny said,

I suppose the beef noodle shop is the one which overlooking the new half built bridge in JB town. I am beef noodle fanatic and have eaten in fame places like Bangkok, New York (Vietnam style), Melbourne, Hong Kong and more in KL. This JB one, is the best among all. My only fear is that the owner may quit soon due to age.

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To Kill A Thirst – Ipoh White Iced Coffee

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop, Ipoh
It was rather a hot and sunny afternoon in Ipoh and we were looking for something to kill our thirst and maybe some snack too. Mum suggested that we should have some Ipoh best known white coffee and toasted bread aka “roti bakar” from Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop located at Ipoh Old Town. It is the best coffee in town. The shop looked rustic and it reminded me my grown up in this little town. I am an Ipoh boy or Ipoh ‘mali’.

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop itself serves bread toast with kaya, butter or homemade peanut butter, half boiled egg, sausages, scrambled egg and white coffee. One thing that really striked me was the twin half boiled egg on toast. They are such a lovely and delicious dish. The eggs tasted so silk and full of flavour, together with the toasted bread, it leaves the texture of crunchiness and meltes straight through in your mouth.
Oh, what a wonderful and refreshing glass of iced white coffee and guarrantee a glass will not be enough. Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop also sells the white coffee powder and they are all home roasted white coffee. I quickly bought one packet myself and was looking forward to enjoy a cup at my own pleasure.
As you can see, the twin half boiled eggs were done at the right time and they just cooked so gorgeously, melts in your mouth and abundanced with flavour.


Lastly we had their famously known peanut butter toast. they are so lovely and yet not enough to kill my stomach.

I would really recommend this well known local coffee shop if you are here in Ipoh or you are stopping by.

Sidney xxx

To Kill A Thirst – Ipoh White Iced Coffee

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop, Ipoh
It was rather a hot and sunny afternoon in Ipoh and we were looking for something to kill our thirst and maybe some snack too. Mum suggested that we should have some Ipoh best known white coffee and toasted bread aka “roti bakar” from Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop located at Ipoh Old Town. It is the best coffee in town. The shop looked rustic and it reminded me my grown up in this little town. I am an Ipoh boy or Ipoh ‘mali’.

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop itself serves bread toast with kaya, butter or homemade peanut butter, half boiled egg, sausages, scrambled egg and white coffee. One thing that really striked me was the twin half boiled egg on toast. They are such a lovely and delicious dish. The eggs tasted so silk and full of flavour, together with the toasted bread, it leaves the texture of crunchiness and meltes straight through in your mouth.
Oh, what a wonderful and refreshing glass of iced white coffee and guarrantee a glass will not be enough. Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop also sells the white coffee powder and they are all home roasted white coffee. I quickly bought one packet myself and was looking forward to enjoy a cup at my own pleasure.
As you can see, the twin half boiled eggs were done at the right time and they just cooked so gorgeously, melts in your mouth and abundanced with flavour.


Lastly we had their famously known peanut butter toast. they are so lovely and yet not enough to kill my stomach.

I would really recommend this well known local coffee shop if you are here in Ipoh or you are stopping by.

Sidney xxx

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