Tag Archives: Teluk Intan

Recipe Hairy Gourd Soup

Hairy Gourd Soup with Pork Ribs, Dried Figs, Red Dates & Wolfberries

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Had been away since the beginning of Hari Raya Holidays and got back home on just Tuesday. Had a great time meeting up with friends over food at Teluk Intan and Sitiawan. During the trip I managed to taste a variety of food such homemade three generation fishball, the famous Chee Cheong Fun, Glutinous Rice and many more to speak of (most was live spoken on facebook). While been back in my home, I decided to brew this healthy soup using hairy gourd with spare ribs, dry figs, red dates and wolfberries. The outcome was really encouraging as I also add in some dried longan to fragrant the soup. The soup taste sweet and light while the longan gave the soup as darker brown color.

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Thai Express at The Curve

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Thai Express at The Curve

Left the city for a short long break away can be truly exciting, relaxing and fun. I was in Teluk Intan visiting friends, chefs and to discover more comfort food. I am sure my food followers saw my food hunting in both places Teluk Intan and a short day trip at Sitiawan. Anyway I am back on my desk reporting about my recent food discovery in the city. I was at The Curve with a group of foodies indulging the classic Thai cuisine at Thai Express.

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Recipe Stir Fried Cincalok Chicken with Pickled Averrhoa Bilimbi and Stinking Beans

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A Plate of Wholesome Stir Fried Cincalok Chicken with Pickled Averrhoa Bilimbi & Stinking Beans

I just love creating this dish after indulging a similar flavor and taste at two awesome dinnery, one at Little Yum Yum Restaurant, Kota Damansara and the other at Pau Loong Banquet Hall, Teluk Intan.

At Little Yum Yum I just love how pickled Averrhoa Bilimbi or Belimbing Buluh being put into play on their beautiful nyonya dish, cincalok chicken. While indulging Pau Loong Banquet Hall had their fish fillet cooked in cincalok sauce and my second visit, I had the same sauce with squid. There were explosive dishes, great flavour, awesome taste and definitely a memorable one that can easy stick in one’s brain like mind . . . . . . lol!

Since those awesome superb taste and flavor still cracking in my head, I just have to create something similar at my private kitchen. For me I just love those little jewel, Pickled Averrhoa Bilimbi and that is an issue and need to sort out first. They are not easy to find ingredient but I manage to find them at Malay stall located at Chow Kit night market. I was told it is a seasonal fruit that has a short life span as it will go soft and wet very easily. Pickling them would be the best thing to do, I was advised.

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Pau Loong Banquet Hall Teluk Intan

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Pau Loong Banquet Hall Teluk Intan

Having to be invited and wait to taste the gourmet that is building up in the kitchen can be such mind blowing thing to do. “Will it be delicious or will it be a flop?”, I always ask myself when I am confronted with such dinner meet. I am truly not a good liar like some do, I just can’t smile and blow out the whistle of good news. Hence I learned the technique of conveying the not so good news in a good manner and work it out with the chefs and come out with a good solution. As for myself I just can’t hammer the badness of the food like some do. Some people thinks they have the right to talk bad in the public just because they pay for the food, to me I think they are bad people with just bad after taste.

As for me this time I travelled a bit further with a two and the half hours car drive at about an average of 80km/hour. Yes my first time out of Kuala Lumpur town for a food review. I was thrilled and excited about this trip. It had been some time now I wanted to try out his cooking, Chef Q (Khiew) at his restaurant Pau Loong Banquet Hall located at Teluk Intan. Amazing how one can be like myself will do, just due to the thrill of taste and the awesome goodness of food.

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Mee Rebus & Rojak, Abdullah Mastan Ghani, Teluk Intan

Teluk Intan or Talunk Anson is a very famous town in Perak with it’s own famous leaning clock tower and situated along the river bank. I was there for a weekend and discovered this delicous Indian muslim noodle called “mee rebus” aka steam noodle situated in the heart of this little town.


All the delicious toppings such as curd soya bean, potato and fried crispy onion fritters.

This the delicious mee rebus coated with delicious spicy sweet tomato sauce.
This is rojak, which consist of the toppings without the noodle.

The weather was warm, indulge into a glass of mix scrapped ice is the best thing to do. A great thirst killer. A plate of mee rebus or rojak is only RM2.50 and it is a great bargain that you cannot find in Kuala Lumpur . . . . SidneyK

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