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Somcit Thai Restaurant Bandar Mahkota Cheras

Somcit

Yes I had been eating around which is fun and this time dated my friends who stayed rather away from my end, Sungai Long, Cheras. Yup it was not a bad ride over the weekend as traffic is much quieter. We sky over to the next neighbourhood Bandar Mahkota Cheras to try out this well known Thai restaurant by the name of Somcit.

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Hennessy X.O. Appreciation Grows Pre-Event Food Trail with Chef Michael Han in Penang

1 Chef Michael Han
Chef Michael Han

Rolling my luggage together with my large hand carry bag at Skypark Terminal I hopped onto a Firefly flight to Penang. This time my assignment is to meet up with Chef Michael Han for a day out food trail in the Penang Island.

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Ma am Restaurant The Hidden Gem of Koh Samui

Sunny Yaw of Big Boys Oven at Ma am Restaurant Koh Samui

FOOD & TRAVEL – Only this year 2012 we managed to get some time off from work and decided to book ourself for a few days stay and escape to the island of Koh Samui. We flew with Berjaya Air which was an exciting experience and it took us about 2hours to reach our destination from the Subang Airport, Kuala Lumpur. On our second day stay we decided to take a trip round the island by using a rented motorcycle that was very affordable (RM20/day). We left our hotel at 10am and head to the west south of the island which was more a covered countryside, smaller roads, tranquil private beaches and resorts.

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Yummy Taiwan Fahrenheit 88

Yummy Taiwan 2

I heard a lot of awesome feedbacks on Taiwan street food and here in Kuala Lumpur we bound to meet such appealing food lingering at every corner, some even had ingeniously modification to suit local taste. At recent i was invited to such a feast at the newly refurbished Fahrenheit 88 located along Jalan Bukit Bintang. Located at 2nd floor we found Yummy Taiwan, the Taiwanese street gourmet. Very appealing indeed.

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Revisit Pasta Zamai One Utama

Pasta Zamai

If you are at the old wing of One Utama shopping complex you will notice almost all the shops are closed for refurbish and upgrading. I just can’t wait to see the new old wing back full swing with awesome surprises. What we had for dinner over the weekend? well we re-visit Pasta Zamai as we were just near by at One Utama. Japanese fusion is what Pasta Zamai does best and we adore their pasta creation, superbly delicious that cameos with unique taste and flavour.

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JAPIN Sungei Wang Plaza

Japin
JAPIN

Did Sungei Wang had a facelift? Yes definitely, during late quater last year, my exploration lead me to this awesome restaurant named JAPIN, a Japanese casual dining which serve pork, mostly come in noodle or rice located at the basement level. It was truly an awesome discovery! :)

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Lam Ah Coffee Shop Lebuh Chulia Penang

Kedai Kopi Lam Ah

Lovely Penang, unique and full of culture. I just love walking along the narrow streets, glancing through the old pre-war shop lots. This time I stopped at Lebuh Chulia, a street where a heaven for backpackers, affordable lodging. I was introduced to this small corner coffee shop named Lam Ah Coffeeshop which was really unique by itself, a very old coffee shop but served the best most refreshing fresh nutmeg juice. I just love it at the first sight, delicious beyond imagination, just speechless. A drink that you must try yourself if you are in the area.

Lam  Ah Fresh Nutmeg Juice
One of the great discovery, an awesome nutmeg juice to kill the thirst!

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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

To Kill A Thirst – Ipoh White Iced Coffee

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop, Ipoh
It was rather a hot and sunny afternoon in Ipoh and we were looking for something to kill our thirst and maybe some snack too. Mum suggested that we should have some Ipoh best known white coffee and toasted bread aka “roti bakar” from Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop located at Ipoh Old Town. It is the best coffee in town. The shop looked rustic and it reminded me my grown up in this little town. I am an Ipoh boy or Ipoh ‘mali’.

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop itself serves bread toast with kaya, butter or homemade peanut butter, half boiled egg, sausages, scrambled egg and white coffee. One thing that really striked me was the twin half boiled egg on toast. They are such a lovely and delicious dish. The eggs tasted so silk and full of flavour, together with the toasted bread, it leaves the texture of crunchiness and meltes straight through in your mouth.
Oh, what a wonderful and refreshing glass of iced white coffee and guarrantee a glass will not be enough. Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop also sells the white coffee powder and they are all home roasted white coffee. I quickly bought one packet myself and was looking forward to enjoy a cup at my own pleasure.
As you can see, the twin half boiled eggs were done at the right time and they just cooked so gorgeously, melts in your mouth and abundanced with flavour.


Lastly we had their famously known peanut butter toast. they are so lovely and yet not enough to kill my stomach.

I would really recommend this well known local coffee shop if you are here in Ipoh or you are stopping by.

Sidney xxx

To Kill A Thirst – Ipoh White Iced Coffee

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop, Ipoh
It was rather a hot and sunny afternoon in Ipoh and we were looking for something to kill our thirst and maybe some snack too. Mum suggested that we should have some Ipoh best known white coffee and toasted bread aka “roti bakar” from Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop located at Ipoh Old Town. It is the best coffee in town. The shop looked rustic and it reminded me my grown up in this little town. I am an Ipoh boy or Ipoh ‘mali’.

Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop itself serves bread toast with kaya, butter or homemade peanut butter, half boiled egg, sausages, scrambled egg and white coffee. One thing that really striked me was the twin half boiled egg on toast. They are such a lovely and delicious dish. The eggs tasted so silk and full of flavour, together with the toasted bread, it leaves the texture of crunchiness and meltes straight through in your mouth.
Oh, what a wonderful and refreshing glass of iced white coffee and guarrantee a glass will not be enough. Sun Yuan Foong Coffee Shop also sells the white coffee powder and they are all home roasted white coffee. I quickly bought one packet myself and was looking forward to enjoy a cup at my own pleasure.
As you can see, the twin half boiled eggs were done at the right time and they just cooked so gorgeously, melts in your mouth and abundanced with flavour.


Lastly we had their famously known peanut butter toast. they are so lovely and yet not enough to kill my stomach.

I would really recommend this well known local coffee shop if you are here in Ipoh or you are stopping by.

Sidney xxx

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