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Pun Chun Noodle House Ara Damansara

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“Char Siew Wanton” BBQ Pork Egg Noodle with Dumplings served Dry

Having a good breakfast is truly an awesome goodness to start the day. When I headed to work while I was attached to the university, I never failed to have my breakkie at Pun Chun Noodle house located at Ara Damansara. This post is a collection of few mornings captured through my Iphone, true I am a addictive and a dedicated customer when the food is good. For instant their BBQ Pork Egg Noodle is just a mouth pleasing while their awesome Wanton is something not to miss out, very sizeable and filled with well marinated cubes of prawn and minced pork.

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An Artisan Dim Sum by Masterchef Yoon Kong Thye

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Masterchef Dim Sum Chef Yoon Kong Thye

It had been sometime now that I had not been updating my blog but I am sure you would have caught me on my facebook (Sidney Kan). For a simple reason I had left my professorship and had been on light travelling. The destinations that had my foot marks were Langkawi, Bangkok and Jakarta. It was not soul-searching but rather a free and easy travelling. Seeing and eating were my objectives.

Back to this post, yet another favourite food tasting of mine I had recemtly. This time I caught up with a fantastic Master Dim Sum Chef Yoon Kong Thye who is based at Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant. He is a truly an artisan on what he creates best, a fabulous outstanding Dim Sum. Here, I got to confess that I had a fabulous time when I get to meet up with him at his open designed kitchen. :)

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Revisit Woo Ng Kee Restaurant Taman Ehsan Kepong

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Chef/Owner Woo Hee Chow of Woo Ng Kee

It is awesome to be back again here at restaurant for an induging pleasure dinner and we were greeted by Woo Ng Kee’s second generation Chef/Owner Woo Hee Chow himself.This three generation restaurant chefs are famous for its amazing Chinese roasting ranging from pork belly to duckling. Chef’s brother is also famous for its own duck roasting in Kepong at Aun Kee. On our second visit Chef himself had planned an awesome line of surprises for us to sample and it was based on his make famous 70’s and 80’s dishes. He challenged me by the end of the night I will be salivating over his rustic and recto creations and i got to inform that night I felt like a Chinese Al Capone in making. It was a sure an opulent night.

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Restaurant Woo Ng Kee Taman Ehsan Kepong

Restaurant Woo Ng Kee Pan fired Baby Kai Lan
Mei Lan Mei Lan Woh Ai Nee

My next food excursion had landed myself and my team indulging yet another truly hidden treasure here at Kepong. We visited Woo Ng Kee Restaurant at Taman Ehsan located at Kepong. Yes Kepong has amazing food outlet to be discovered. Woo Ng Kee has 60years in food with three generations of chefs in it’s record. First it started at Pudu roda side stalls nearby the historical Pudu Jail and relocated nearly 26years to Taman Ehsan.

First came a truly delicious home cooking dish named after a famous 70’s song “Mei Lan Mei Lan Woh Ai Nee” mei Lan Mei Lan I Love You. Simple and yet a delicious dish. It was cleverly dish out with the combination of refinely chopped sweet and salted preserved mustard cabbage over minced pork and young Kai Lan. Vey well dry wok fried. Very bold and fragrant. I just love it. Goes very well with a bowl of steamed white rice.

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Hong Kee Dim Sum, Petaling Jaya

If you are around Petaling Jaya area during the weekends, Hong Kee Dim Sum is the place to be and to have your Dim Sum breakfast. Hong Kee is located at SS22, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya. I also came to know few food bloggers are going crazy with Hong Kee Dim Sum. As for me I would say Hong Kee Dim Sum is above average.


I got to say I adored this one, “Loh Mai Kai” (Chicken, chinese mushroom steam with glutinous rice). So delicious and just the right recipe!



“Hor Yip Fan” Glutinous rice in lotus leave also one of my favourite. It is similar to “Loh Mai Kai” but with the present of egg yolk, the taste had been really enhanced tremendiously.

“Siew Mai” (meat dumpling) is lovely too. I love those meat texture and so juicy!

“Har Gaw” (shrimp dumpling) is not too bad but prefer that the shrimp be more meaty. The skin was not too thick which is good.


“Woo KoK” (yam dumpling) is great too but I still adore Bidor’s Pun Chun yam dumplings.


The deep fried beancurd sheet with shrimp filling is one of my favoutirt dim sum all the time beside the “Har Gaw”. I love shrimps!

As for this one, the deep fried pastry with shrimps was not my cup of tea at all, I was totally let down as it was not prepared properly. It would had been a fantastic dim sum but due to the oil collected, makes the pastry turned soggy.


Oh! dessert is our specialty but we truely enjoy this two pastries, the sesame ball pastry was good and the egg tart was so marvellous.

So what are we waiting for, let go to Hong Kee for Dim Sum . . . . Sidney

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