Tag Archives: Noodles

Prosperity of the Horse at Si Chuan Dou Hua Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur

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Foodies Embraced The Chinese New Year with The Toasting of The Yee Sang

The Lunar New Year is here to welcome the Year of the Horse, saying goodbye to the Year of The Snake. According to the Chinese zodiac, people born in the Year of the Horse are active, energetic, charming and cheerful. So we foodies got together and had a toast ritual of Yee Sang at Si Chuan Dou Hua Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur and house fruit Yee Sang platter greeted us with such as style, fun and fostered our friendship. Yes it was truly terrific!

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MIGF 2013 MIDORI Japanese Restaurant Marriott Putrajaya

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Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 01-31 October 2013

Just a few days ago I managed to catch up with the tasting of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2013 at MIDORI Japanese Restaurant that serve delicious Tokyo-Style Japanese cuisine. I got to say I had been wanting to dine here at MIDORI as I heard lots of great reviews about their food. As usual with my tight schedule it was hard to schedule to dine here but at last I made it.

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Green Treats Cafe Swiss Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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I just love coffee and some canapes or many some petite treats of desserts. I am lucky when my business friends decided to meet up at Green Treats Cafe located at the lobby of Swiss Garden Hotel, Kuaala Lumpur. It was 4pm and since I arrived early I decided to have thir afternoon coffee/tea treats that came with 3 tiers of goodies.

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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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Tien Kee Soup & Porridge Subang Jaya SS14

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Lucurious Black Vinegered Trotter

This post really go Green and sounds like we had not got enough of St Patrick’s Day! Yeah I had countless pints of Guinness and a great outing time with my makan mates. Truly we had been busy and yet really we do not know how to split ourselves when comes to work! :) Got to say it still one of those exciting challenges that keep us, the boys awake and going. It had been awesome when I took the offer to contribute some of my food excusion experiences to one of our major newspaper, New Straits Times and we got to meet so many interesting people and yet loads of delicious food, also not forgetting as it goes we learned many new things and important tips too.

In April we will be gearing up with loads of recipes to be prepared for our up coming cooking and baking classes (a working partnership with Samsung) and it is definitely going to be exciting and do come, have fun together with us in the kitchen this coming due date (This May I was told)!

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Mum’s Seafood Noodles House KOTA DAMANSARA

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“The Jewel Hidden in A Suburbia”

That was the thought that came into my mind when I was indulging the taste of the food prepared by Chef Jasmine, the owner of the Mum’s Seafood Noodle House located at Kota Damansara. At the moment it is my mum’s favourite dining place and she loves every dishes created by Chef Jasmine. I always smile at my mum when she crazys of the food prepraed here. :)

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DELECTABLE RAMADHAN BUFFET

I had been breaking fast with some of my muslim friends last week and the restaurants that came to play were awesome and we dine at Eccucino, Flavors Restaurant and Sun & Surf Cafe. Oh by the way we were so lucky, as I am a frequent diner, we get to dine with the chefs at two of the restaurants that we visited. :)
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DIN TAI FUNG the Story at The Gardens Mid Valley

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THE DIN TAI FUNG OUTLET AT THE GARDENS

A week ago I tagged along the a bunch of foodies to attend a new menu tasting session at Din Tai Fung, The Gardens. There were seven of us at this food meet up with the awesome owner Ms Lim Meng Lu. Well, to be honest this is my first time stepping into this well known Taiwanese restaurant which I heard so much about and for what I know, this is one of the place where indulging into a Xiao Long Bao is a must, the perfect steam soup dumpling of a bite size.

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Teochew Cooking with Master Chef Tony Gao, Guangzhou – Series 5

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An elegant Chinese restaurant specialising in contemporary Cantonese delicacies and dim sum. The décor is reminiscent of the grand ancestral homes of Chinese-Malaysian tycoons from the turn of the century.

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TEOCHEW FISH NOODLES

Ingredients

Fish Noodle

600gm Fish met paste
10gm Starch
1nos Chicken egg white
1/2tsp Salt
1/4tsp Sesame oil
1/4tsp Pepper powder
1tsp Chicken powder

Garnish

20gm Chives
20gm Bean sprout
10gm Shredded mushroom
5gm Shredded green pepper
3gm Cut onions
1/2tsp Seasoning chicken powder
1tsp Fish gravy
1tsp Fragrant shallot oil
1/4tsp Pepper powder

Method

1.Blend the fish meat paste with egg white and seasoning, place in the piping bag. Pipe fine noodles into hot water.
2.Blanch the fish noodles and set a side.
3.Work-fry with cut onions; add chives, bean sprouts, shredded mushrooms and shredded green peppers. Add seasoning. Lastly fry it together with fish noodles for a few more minutes.

Seafood Emperor Noodle Soup


I was so inspired when I was reading this book entitled “Wagamama: Ways with noodles” by Hugo Arnold. A bowl of noodle can be prepared in so many ways beyond your imagination, yet so nutritious and that caught my attention. Noodle is definite the fast food of today, the pasta of the 21st century as stated by Hugo himself, agreed and the truth. Noodle can be easily cooked, simple. Just softened them in boiling unsalted water, refreshed under cold water then combined with other ingredents. Prepeared in many ways stir fry, in broth, stew, chilled and with varies toppings.


For today’s post I would like to introduce a bowl of seafood emperor noodle soup. Here I had used a variety of seafood such as large prawns, fresh mussels, fresh clams, garupa fish slices, greens, emperor noodle and chicken broth.

A bowl of noodle:

2 large fresh prawns
5 large fresh mussels
5 large fresh clams
3 slices of garupa fish
greens
1 dry emperor noodle
350ml chicken stock
seasoning
2 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves

season the prawns, mussels, clams and garupa slices in a bowl. Put the emperor noodle into the boiled unsalted water to softened the noodle. Refreshed under cold water. Place them in a serving bowl.
Placed the prawns, mussels, clams, garupa and greens into the boiling the chicken stock. Do not overcook the seafood. Once cooked, dished them into the serving bowl together with the emperor noodle. Garnished with coriander leaves and serve.


From Steven Cheng

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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