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The Launch of Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine Pavilion

Chakri Palace Pavilion
Chakri Palace’s Royal Thai Cuisine

At recent I tagged along with my foodie mate to witness the launching of the new opened Chakri Palace Royal Thai Cuisine at Pavilion. The launch was packed with invited guests and a showcased of Thai buffet spread can be seen tucked at the corner of the inner entrance of restaurant.

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Batu Caves Yong Tau Foo

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Stuffed Fish Paste

A simple lunch on weekend can be just as interesting, for instant like chopsticking into some delicious yong tau foo. I just love having my fish paste stuffing especially those deep fried dumplings and deep fried beancurd sheet rolls. Dippings is a must in this yong tau foo eating ritual. So we headed to Batu Caves Yong Tau Foo upon a recommendation from a foodie himself.

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Eggs-Traordinary Pan-Asian Easter Feast at Atrium Cafe

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Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa celebrates the coming of spring with an uproaring Pan-Asian spread this Easter Sunday, 24 April 2011. From Hong Kong noodles to Tandoori dishes, pasta, carved meat and pulled noodles at ‘live’ cooking stations plus loads more, come together for an eggs-traordinary treat indeed!

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Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Restaurant Bandar Manjalara Kepong

Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo
Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Restaurant

Having the pleasure to dine in Kepong can be truly exciting. The food is plenty and abundance of variety to choose from. Kepong eatery definitely caters for your budget, from road-side hawker to fine dining. We found yet another interesting, simple, delicious and yet within an affordable budget. That night was a plenty to eat feast for three! Yes it was only three of us on the quest of food crawling.

We opted for stuffed fish paste dishes that night, it came with stuffed beancurd “Yeong Tao Foo’, beancurd sheet roll, deep fried pastry, stuffed bittergourd, stuffed egg plant and stuffed chilli, while having fish paste on it’s own was such a pleasure, bouncy in texture and filled with such satisfaction. ONLY RM1.00 a piece. So affordable at Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo!

Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Menu
Menu on the Wall

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GRAND HIBISCUS Swiss Garden Kuala Lumpur

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Grand Hibiscus is yet another new venue created specially for wedding banquet, events snd functions here in the heart of the city, Kuala Lumpur. When I received an invitation for a dine experience, I got so truly excited . . . I love beautiful surprises.

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HOR POH YUEN The Hakka Affair

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We are now in Penang conducting my cake decorating class and Ben Beh at moment is conducting his artisan bread baking with his students, Penang is always beautiful and vibrant . . . I just love being here great food and lovely people.

This morning while I was having my breakfast coffee and reading the morning papers Quang Ming and guess what, I was featured on Christmas ginger cookies. It was so awesome . . .will post about later when I am back in KL.

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Salt & Peppered White Baits

“Chee Yim” or “Salt & Peppered” is a very delicious dish by itself. You can have it in prawn, squid, chicken, mantis prawn and even fish. Today I am introducing this dish with white baits. White baits are small fishes whereby all the bones are taken out before being cooked. As my good friend Sunny Yaw always say, easy and simple….lol!


400gm white baits (other white fish meat can be used too)
1 egg
a pinch salt
a pinch white pepper
1 teaspoon sesame oil

tapioca powder
oil for deep frying

3 tablespoon white wine
3 sliced green chilli padi
a pinch salt

Marinated fish baits with salt, white pepper, seame oil and set it aside.
Heat up deep frying oil
Coat fish baits with tapioca flour.
Deep fried them till light golden brown.
Heat up a clean wok.
Put all those deep fried fish baits on to the work.
Dashed in white wine.
Throw in green chilles and a salt.

I would recommend you to order this when you are dining at my restaurant as it had be come a favourite dish with my dinners.

Have a try yourself in your own kitchen too.

Yours Steven Cheng

Seng Kee Stall, Hor Hee Noodle, Canning Garden, Ipoh

Gosh, there are so many lovely and delicious food in Ipoh and for example, “Hor Hee” noodle. There are a few stalls selling this typs of noodle in Ipoh but Seng Kee noodle stall is one of the oldest. As I can remember, it started before I was borned and so to say it is at least more than 30 odd years. It is a stall started from father to sons and daughter. The stall sells at Jalan Lahat, opposite ACS school during weekdays and in Canning Garden during sunday. What is “Hor Hee” noodle? well basically it is a fish soup based noodle with fish balls and fish paste block. The fish ball skin is crunchy as they are dried under the sun and the fish paste blocks are deep fried.


Lovely, deliciously deep fried fish paste block.


Tasty and crunchy fish balls



I truly love this noodle as it had been around for so many years and still going strong, thats shows how deliciously they are. It had been part of my growing up, mum like them too.

Love Sidney

Seng Kee Stall, Hor Hee Noodle, Canning Garden, Ipoh

Gosh, there are so many lovely and delicious food in Ipoh and for example, “Hor Hee” noodle. There are a few stalls selling this typs of noodle in Ipoh but Seng Kee noodle stall is one of the oldest. As I can remember, it started before I was borned and so to say it is at least more than 30 odd years. It is a stall started from father to sons and daughter. The stall sells at Jalan Lahat, opposite ACS school during weekdays and in Canning Garden during sunday. What is “Hor Hee” noodle? well basically it is a fish soup based noodle with fish balls and fish paste block. The fish ball skin is crunchy as they are dried under the sun and the fish paste blocks are deep fried.


Lovely, deliciously deep fried fish paste block.


Tasty and crunchy fish balls



I truly love this noodle as it had been around for so many years and still going strong, thats shows how deliciously they are. It had been part of my growing up, mum like them too.

Love Sidney

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