Monday, April 25, 2011

面粉居 @ Ikano

Items above cost RM20.80
Prices are doubled up with those famous ones outside.
The taste of their pan mee are just fine only.
But too bad the fish paste tasted more like meatball >.<

Monday, April 18, 2011

记得食KTZ @ SS2

It's been quite some time since my last visit to 记得食 KTZ, especially the SS2 branch.

Their business still going on strong as before.

Full house as always.


Menu on wall.

Peanut butter.

Mango loh is the reason why I love this place.

Radish cake is my second favorite item in their menu after mango loh.

Tom Yam noodle.
My friend said this is quite spicy.

This is nothing special.

For me, I only interested in their 糖水 tong shui, radish cake, Sze Chuan noodle and the *loh.
Fried items basically can be skipped after a few times of disappointments.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

美美潮洲海鲜粥面家 B & Best @ SS4

If you like seafood, I mean real fresh seafood, either comes with noodle, mee hoon, kuey teow or even porridge, this is the correct place to choose.
After I left my previous company, only I realized that this shop is actually just a couple of miles away.

B & Best restaurant.
Too small to see? Hehe...

Great food actually prepared by some youngsters.

Very powerful taste bud killer that you need to beware of!!!
If you looking for some kick, here it is!

Seafood porridge.

Consist of fish, vegetable, fishball and oysters.
All of above are super fresh with original taste of sweetness.

Seafood kuey teow with clear broth.

Dried mee hoon.

Soup with fish, fishballs, vegetable, clams

It costs around RM14.40 each including drinks.
Expensive but delicious.

Thursday, April 07, 2011

The Ship @ Jln Sultan Ismail

The Ship is my favorite Western Food restaurant, which I visited the most.
I got a feeling that the way they done their food is a bit Chinese way and taste.
The ambient, the food, both are at thumbs up.
The only thing I do not like is the service, waiter and waitress all are one kind.
People always say the branch at Jalan Sultan Ismail is better than the one at Jalan Bukit Bintang.
Ok, why don't just give a try as it is just a few steps away anyway...

The Ship @ Jln Sultan Ismail

Considered quite crowded for Wednesday dinning time.

It is a bit hard to take picture in The Ship under the dim light, but romantic :)

Proud achievement, weewiittt~~~

As usual...


Salad which came with the combo set below.

Phoenix Neptune Combo.
It came in smoking sizzling hot plate and the oil was jumping onto my hands, shirt and even pants as no warning given when the waiter brought it near me.
The condition became worst when he flipped the chicken... -_-"

Grilled Fish Fillet

Hoping for them to improve the service quality since 6 years ago...

Yoichi @ Bandar Puteri Puchong_2

My second visit to Yoichi @ Bandar Puteri Puchong.
Yup, a great place with great food is definitely worth a second visit.
After watching TVB drama The Rippling Blossom 魚躍在花見, I really keen to know the feeling of enjoyment when Chi Lam and Myolie Wu insert sashimi into their mouth.
In the drama, whenever they eat sashimi, they will close their eyes, then a lil smile will appear on the face, together with the look of fulfillment and then asking for more, just like kissing...
Yeah, I wanna feel that too!!!

Yoichi @ Bandar Puteri Puchong

My choice.
Just wanna give myself a chance to adopt the art of raw food.

Manual for eating sashimi with wasabi.

Green tea.




Some cabbage, tofu etc.

All together...


Closer look from another angle.
Can you feel the freshness?


Let's eat...

What a shame I'm not a fan of raw meat.
I like to eat half boiled egg, half cooked prawn, but I would say no to raw fish.
I really do not know how to appreciate sashimi, eventhough they are fresh and beautiful.
I even put the last piece into the steamboat to cook it before eating.

But if you really know how to admire sashimi, Yoichi definitely is one of the best choice.