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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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CHI KA YIN Bandar Puteri Puchong

Chi Ka Yin

Chi Ka Yin Restaurant was one of the places I visited over a weekend with a group of foodies. It was a great place to be, a warm lay back type of place just like being at home. The restaurant is located at the nes commercial area of Puchong called Bandar Puteri.
The deco was simple and a refreshing lemon green dominated the backdrop of this place, my type of colour!

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FOONG FOONG YEONG TAU FOO Ampang

Fong Fong Ampang Yeong Tau Foo 1

Mum is out from ICU but still on drip and liquid carbo. I can understand of her anger and suffering as there are so many tubes being plunged into her nasal. Definitely she feels uncomfortable, crisp sand dry due to no water running through her throat for days. But I know she will get well, she is a fighter herself!

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Chinese New Year Celebration Flavors Swiss Garden Hotel

Swiss Garden Chinese New Year Flavours

Flavors Restaurant is not new to me and I had been quiet a frequent here. This time I had tasted their perennial “Yee Sang”, besides that they are serving the Prosperity Buffet Dinner too. I was lucky as get to taste their drlight dishes such as Steamed Chicken with Arrow Root, “Pei pah” Roasted Duck, a variety of Dim Sum, Deep Fried “Nien Koh”, Fish Stomach with Dried Oyster in Superior Sauce and not forgetting Braised Black mushroom, Dried Oysters and “Tau Kan” on a bed of Fatt Choy.

Swiss Garden Chinese New Year Yee Sang Buiffet

Having to see Yee Sang table was really exciting and I was told that a variety of variation of Yee Sang is being offered, Jellyfish Yee Sang, Seasoned Scallop Finger Yee Sang, Salmon Yee Sang, and Australian Abalone Yee Sang, nice! The sauce offered at Flavors contained of Ribena, Lemon, Apricot Jam and an undisclosed ingredient, all available starting form the price RM38++ onwards.

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Dine with me……Chef Steven Cheng Part 3

Continuation….


As Chinese New Year is approaching, I decided to prepare this two special dishes, “Hou See Fatt Choy”(Welth & Prosperity) and “Wong Kam Moon Foo”(Full of Gold). “Hou See Fatt Choy” is a dish which consist of dried oyster, seaweed and fish paste. “Wng Mam Moon Foo” is a dish consist of golden pumpkin and tau foo in golden pumpkin sauce.




Oh gorgeous Sid and Joanna. Ain’t they look like a suited couple make in heaven!


Birthday girl, Christine!

Food bloggers caught in action and working hard, work first, eat later!

From Steven Cheng

Sin Hong Kee, Old Town, Ipoh

Sin Hong Kee is another gem of Ipoh when comes to chinese desserts such “kuih talam”, “kuih ko chee”, “woo tau kou” and also sweet soup dessert such as red bean, green bean and many many more variety.





They have been visited by 8TV programme “Ho Chiak” and gave a thumbs up, I definitely agree with them. So next stop in Ipoh for dessert would be Sin Hong Kee!!!

Yours Sidney

Sin Hong Kee, Old Town, Ipoh

Sin Hong Kee is another gem of Ipoh when comes to chinese desserts such “kuih talam”, “kuih ko chee”, “woo tau kou” and also sweet soup dessert such as red bean, green bean and many many more variety.





They have been visited by 8TV programme “Ho Chiak” and gave a thumbs up, I definitely agree with them. So next stop in Ipoh for dessert would be Sin Hong Kee!!!

Yours Sidney

Yum Yum Tree, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Yum Yum Tree is rather a strange name but yet able to make it a household name in Ipoh. You may wonder why. why? Well every foodstall has it’s own story to tell. For this one, it is situated at Pasir Pinji, a small village sited within Ipoh town. In fact this in Pasir Pinji you can find a lot of interesting cottage food similar to Yum Yum Tree such a the rojak and roast pork stall situated near the village market, homemake fresh rice pasta “Chee Cheong Fun” within Yum Yum Tree whereby you need to take your number in order to wait for your turn and many more.

I still can remember Yum Yum Tree started their stall at this rundown house but this year the owner decided to build a new coffeshop as shown below. What so famous about Yum Yum Tree? Well here you can get Ipoh’s version of Yong Tau Fo whereby the most fillings are from fish paste. It is one of the best Yong Tau Fo that I ever come across and rather different from what you can get in KL because of the fish paste.


So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo….. look at those plates marching in line.

Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.


Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.

Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum’s kitchen.

Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn’t it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh’s riches, Ipoh Food.

Yours Sidney

Yum Yum Tree, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Yum Yum Tree is rather a strange name but yet able to make it a household name in Ipoh. You may wonder why. why? Well every foodstall has it’s own story to tell. For this one, it is situated at Pasir Pinji, a small village sited within Ipoh town. In fact this in Pasir Pinji you can find a lot of interesting cottage food similar to Yum Yum Tree such a the rojak and roast pork stall situated near the village market, homemake fresh rice pasta “Chee Cheong Fun” within Yum Yum Tree whereby you need to take your number in order to wait for your turn and many more.

I still can remember Yum Yum Tree started their stall at this rundown house but this year the owner decided to build a new coffeshop as shown below. What so famous about Yum Yum Tree? Well here you can get Ipoh’s version of Yong Tau Fo whereby the most fillings are from fish paste. It is one of the best Yong Tau Fo that I ever come across and rather different from what you can get in KL because of the fish paste.


So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo….. look at those plates marching in line.

Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.


Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.

Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum’s kitchen.

Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn’t it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh’s riches, Ipoh Food.

Yours Sidney

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