Wednesday, March 30, 2011

太郎拉面店 @ Low Yat Plaza

太郎拉面店 @ Low Yat Plaza

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Seafood noodle.

Friday, March 18, 2011

正宗潮州西刀鱼丸粉 @ Serdang

This original Teo Chew fish ball noodles is located just right beside of the famous Wong Lou Kat herbal tea at Jalan Besar, Serdang. Or, just opposite of the post office.

The original Teo Chew fish ball noodles.

Crystal clear broth.
You won't get the same kind of fish ball in bazaar or market as it is homemade :)
Check out the fish paste, it is as good as the fish ball!
Together with their super spicy chili padi, it completes a great meal for dinner or supper.

The business hour written is from 7.30pm to 4.30am, which makes it my favorite place after drinking :)

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Sea Terrace @ Portuguese Settlement Malacca

My second visit to Sea Terrace @ Portuguese Settlement Malacca Stall 1.
The place is very different from the previous time I visited, which you can refer to HERE

Stall 1 is always full compared with others.

This can overcome the hot weather.

I don't know which stall is famous for their mango juice, so just simply choose this as it is the nearest to Stall 1.

I can't tell whether it is entirely from fresh mango, but it tastes very nice.
Sour plum is included to enhance the taste.

A must-ordered dish in Portuguese settlement.
But it is very expensive as it is just a red fish and cost around RM40.00!!!
I can simply get a big one cooked in steam mode with just RM12.00 at Equine Park.

This one is the best among all, only a bit over salty.

Sotong is not my favourite, so can't comment much :)

Saturday, March 05, 2011

Donald and Lily's Nyonya Food @ Kota Laksamana Malacca

Still remember, this Nyonya food was introduced by one of my best friends during we were Form 4.
We had the great cendol after playing badminton in the hot afternoon.
During that time, which was more than 10 years ago, it was the BEST cendol in Malacca I would say.
During that time, this shop was not as famous as now.
During that time, the ice was fully/well blended until silky smooth, plus the sagu and gula Malacca, directly bring my taste bud to heaven.

Now, this shop is very famous and full with tourists and locals, but I somehow can't find back the deliciousness which I had before...

Yeah, sometime need to queue up.

Full of customers, mostly from other states.

Donald and Lily's Nyonya Food banner

My good friend who claimed himself come from KL...
Look at his smile, obviously very happy with the food here ^^

The condol here can cheer tourists up, but not to their old customers anymore...

Nyonya laksa.

I really wish those great foods can remain delicious even after they become famous.