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Usher The Chinese New Year at Ti Chen Chinese Restaurant Saujana Golf Club

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Chef Lai Chong Seng Fires Up Lucious Creation this Chinese New Year at Ti Chen

It’s time for resplendent feasting! Usher in the prosperous Lunar Year of the Horse at Ti Chen of better known as the “Emperor’s Palace” as it offers gourmet indulgence with three available decadent set menus and new creations with significant meanings representing good luck, good fortune and good health! So this year I get to taste the Chinese New Year gourmet personally created by Ti Chen’s Chef Lai Chong Seng himself and I found every dishes was superb deliciously prepared.

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MCY Restaurant Desa Aman Puri

MCY Reetaurant

This time I am so lucky as I was on a food trail together with Master Chef Steven Cheng. So after the thrill of indulging the duck satay, Master Chef Steven took me to the next door restaurant, the MCY Restaurant also located at Desa Aman Puri. My observation, the two row of new shop lots had some awesome tenants and each tenant churns out a variety of different flavours ranging from Chinese cuisine to authehtic Thai. It will be such an awesome place to explore especially people like myself a hungry foodie. The area also has plenty of parking spaces and clean, definitely a new place to be thrilled with awesome food and gourmet of talents to be discovered.

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Popiah, Canning Garden, Ipoh

This is something that I would die for when I am in Ipoh, Ipoh most delicious popiah. Just look at the crowd waiting for the popiahs. They do not come and just to buy one but plenty…. can I have 4 pieces, 8…..10 pieces. Therefore sometimes the que can be long but it is worth to wait for. This mobile popiah stoe can be found at Canning Garden, Ipoh.

The popiah is run by an elder but strong man in his 60’s. His popiah consist of fantastic filling that most other popiah stall don’t have such as crispy fried prawns and crab meat. Other fillings are cooked sweet turnip, cucumber sticks, hard beancurd, fried eggs and a dash of deep fried onion and garlic.


Popiah skins are placed on the wooden table, firstly he spread the hoi sin sauce and chilli sauce on the the popiah skin and a pieces of green leaf. Then he will place the fillings. One the fillings are done, he will start the wrapping process.

I would recommend everyone this popiah as this is the best popiah that I ever tasted and yet to find anyone one as delicious as this one.

Regards, Sidney

Popiah, Canning Garden, Ipoh

This is something that I would die for when I am in Ipoh, Ipoh most delicious popiah. Just look at the crowd waiting for the popiahs. They do not come and just to buy one but plenty…. can I have 4 pieces, 8…..10 pieces. Therefore sometimes the que can be long but it is worth to wait for. This mobile popiah stoe can be found at Canning Garden, Ipoh.

The popiah is run by an elder but strong man in his 60’s. His popiah consist of fantastic filling that most other popiah stall don’t have such as crispy fried prawns and crab meat. Other fillings are cooked sweet turnip, cucumber sticks, hard beancurd, fried eggs and a dash of deep fried onion and garlic.


Popiah skins are placed on the wooden table, firstly he spread the hoi sin sauce and chilli sauce on the the popiah skin and a pieces of green leaf. Then he will place the fillings. One the fillings are done, he will start the wrapping process.

I would recommend everyone this popiah as this is the best popiah that I ever tasted and yet to find anyone one as delicious as this one.

Regards, Sidney

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