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Pau Loong Banquet Hall Teluk Intan

Pau Long Banquet Hall Teluk Intan 13
Pau Loong Banquet Hall Teluk Intan

Having to be invited and wait to taste the gourmet that is building up in the kitchen can be such mind blowing thing to do. “Will it be delicious or will it be a flop?”, I always ask myself when I am confronted with such dinner meet. I am truly not a good liar like some do, I just can’t smile and blow out the whistle of good news. Hence I learned the technique of conveying the not so good news in a good manner and work it out with the chefs and come out with a good solution. As for myself I just can’t hammer the badness of the food like some do. Some people thinks they have the right to talk bad in the public just because they pay for the food, to me I think they are bad people with just bad after taste.

As for me this time I travelled a bit further with a two and the half hours car drive at about an average of 80km/hour. Yes my first time out of Kuala Lumpur town for a food review. I was thrilled and excited about this trip. It had been some time now I wanted to try out his cooking, Chef Q (Khiew) at his restaurant Pau Loong Banquet Hall located at Teluk Intan. Amazing how one can be like myself will do, just due to the thrill of taste and the awesome goodness of food.

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Chef’s Dinner at Restaurant Mei Six Hin Gombak

CD Grant whisky
15-year-old Grant’s Heritage Reserve

Chef’s Dinner 2012 – Last night I was invited to a fabulous dinner make available by a group of op Chinese Chefs and just realised that I was sipping a discontinued bottle of 15-year-old Grant’s Heritage Reserve from the 1990s. It was so thrilling indeed and had it on the rocks ! and I was told that the whisky can only be available on auction or at colectors item.

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Wan Jia Restaurant Taman Wangsa Permai Kepong

Wan Jia Restaurant Frog
Deep Fried Bentong Ginger and Fresh Frog Meat

The deeper we looked, we make a fabulous discovery not far from Moon Sing Restaurant. Hidden truly inside at the corner of a housing estate we found Wan Jia Restaurant at Taman Wangsa Permai. I was told that this restaurant had been operating for nearly to 6 years now and still going on very well. The food I had was truly well polish with delight, it was jewel to me personally. My discovery was truly worth every dollar that we paid on that evening.

Deep Fried Bentong Ginger and Frog Meat was astonishing exciting and delicious. The meat was really fresh, juicy, meaty too and crisp on the outside. I discovered that this dish was accompanied with to die for, crispy and delicious Bentong ginger chips. It was really good. It is a must have dish. Unique and deliciously yet different. Full of simplicity.
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Best Value Pork Knuckle at Deutsches Gasthaus 5 Kepong

Deutsches Casthaus Pork Knuckle1

Gathered with a few of us we crusaded for pub food at Kepong and we landed ourself with the BEST pub dish! We had the most delicious PORK KNUCKLE in town at Deutsches Gasthaus 5. The pork crackle was amazingly light crisp and just melt right away in my mouth. While inside the meat was a well season and tenderly moist. It was just pure pampering.

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ZING Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur MIGF 2010

bamboo basket

It maybe look like a normal lunch date but I was in for a surprised. It was a simple story, a close friend of mine who is a food writer wanted to try out some authentic Chinese cuisine and requested me to arrange something as she was away abroad at that time. She also promised to bring along a special guest. One of the restaurant that I would like to try was Zing as I had meet one of their Dim Sum chef recently at the Epicure. I make the arrangement and we meet up.

It was my first time at Zing. Fabulously decorated with cozy modern back drop. I just felt so at home. I love the furniture especially the chairs but the one that caught my attention was the open concept Dim Sum Kitchen. So equip and so exciting to see, having chefs in action can truly alluring.

table setting

I felt excited upon knowing that Chef Leong Weng Heng will be cooking our lunch. Yet another well know chef in town especially known for his skills in Chinese cuisine, best known for his fish dishes. He also believes in presenting his food with less salt, less sugar and less oil.

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SUNNY’S MACARONS featured on Oriental Life

It is really awesome to have read about my macarons recently featured on the Oriental Life section of the Oriental Daily Newspaper. Macarons are an awesome petite dessert, light crisp on the outside, soft as you bite in, gooey as it hits your teeth and ends with a creamy fillings to indulge. They are just an extra-ordinary in taste with a class of it’s own.

Having to able to make them at perfectly, it had taken me ages of trying, experimenting and playing within my small little kitchen. It was defintely a fun thing to do. While embarking into teaching more students into mastering this little jewels was truly my mission and having to see more growing macaron fans can be such a satifying thing to see happening right this moment in Kuala Lumpur.

Macarons Oriental Life

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Biscotti A Nutty Slice Biscuit

Something I Don’t Mind Sharing With You

B1

B2B3B5

Ingredients

(A)
4nos Egg white
130gm Sugar
pinch of salt

(B)
120gm Flour
30gm Rice flour

(C)
50gm Pistachio
100gm Walnuts
100gm Almonds
60gm Glace ginger

B6
Method

1. Whip (A) till stiff. Add in (B) and mix till well blended.
2. Add in (C) and mix till well incorporated.
3. Pour it into a greased annd lined loaf tin. Make 2 loaves (17x8x6cm)
4. Bake at 175C for 40minutes.
5. Let it cool and then keep in the freezer for 6hours or more.
6. Cut it into thin slices about 2mm thick.
7. Bake it again at 150C for 15minutes or till crisp.
B4

While I am away, I hope you will try this recipe at your leisure . . . Love Sunny Yaw

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