Monday, December 1, 2008



I noticed this burger stall named OTAI BURGER at Taman Tun Dr Ismail. Craving for a burger had been in me for ages and without any decision, I ordered my burger . . . . . Burger Craving! I also noticed that there were a lot of Otai Burger stalls in KL.



Pan fried burger and also eggs! Looks awesome delicious!


Lovely prepared!


Oh my delicious burger! . . . . . . lovely and awesome delicious, so cool! . . . Sunny Yaw

Friday, November 14, 2008

The Power Root Shop - Alicafe

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur



Last week we visited a new cafe called The Alicafe located at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. Alicafe is famous for their power root (Tongkat Ali Roots) infused coffee which mainly attracted male coffe drinkers.


It is a very pleasent place to be and holds a varitey of delicious dishes from rice to pasta but what more important for me is to taste their coffee.



It is a great meeting place to be and to indulge into a great meal with friends, they even have a smoking room.



The iced coffee tasted good, delicious and aroma.


I had a coffee nasi lemak ayam goreng, the rice was cooked with an aroma of coffee and served with a delicious crispy deep fried chicken.


Sid had an oxtail spaghetti which was very rich consisted of ox tail cooked in a condensed tomato based sauce topped over a bed of spaghetti, it was awesome delicious, such an authentic taste with a local twist, so unimaginable.


At the end we had a small O'chocolat Moussecake baked by me to be shared amount us that afternoon . . . a delicious experience Sunny Yaw

Monday, November 10, 2008

Dim Sum'ing In A Small Town Called Teluk Anson


This is the place where I grow up used to call Teluk Anson and now, Teluk Intan. It is one of the well known small town in Perak. Coming back home I rediscovered this Dim Sum shop called Tuck Kee and looked very modernised Dim Sum shop just like what you can find in the KL.


A well renovated shop to suit the modernisation of time with a wee bit of rustic look, the deco was really one of the pulling factor that I visited this place.


Look this is a cute steam dim sum trolley to keep the dim sum warm and fresh.




The Loh Mai Kai was incredible good and I end up take away 10 of this and had them deep freeze at home. This is a way to enjoy something at home by reheating them in the microwave oven.


The Har Kau was tasty too, just suited my liking, perfectly done.


Tender and crunchy fish balls! well cooked to perfection.


Oh, I was playing eye with the boa! How can I resist such a lovely fluffy bao and the awesome delicious fillings.


Look I am telling you the truth! just tasted deliciously and I had 10 of them packed for home to be deep freezing. Just love it and to be enjoyed. So if you do drop by Teluk Anson my hometown don't forget to drop by Tuck Kee for Dim Sum and Tuck Kee is located in the town centre . . . yours Sunny Yaw

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Superb Ice Flower Dumplings


We got to know about this dumpling place through Jennifer at Damansara Utama. The name of the reataurant is Ice-Flower Dumpling Restaurant, a restaurant that serve typical chinese cuisine and their specialty is dumplings. The restaurant offers a wide range of snacks such as ice flower dumpling, steamed dumplings, small cage dumplings, northeast meat pie, fellow wu cake, peral flour soup with seafood, smoked meat and flat cakes.


We arrived at the restaurant at about 4o'clock in the afternoon and decided to have some snack rather heavy dishes. So we ordered a ice-flower with 8 dumplings, northeast meat pie and small cage dummplings (Siew Long Pau)


The ice-flower dumplings were so pretty presented over a thin layer of rice pancake. The dumplings were at the right size, not too big and were moist and delicious.



The northeast meat pie was a surprise to us as we did not imagine to be that delicious. The pastry was well fried to the right crispiness, the fillings was plenty and tasted awesomely good.



The small cage dumplings were less moist as we expected to savour the soup incase inside the dumplings, the skin was at the right thickness and soft.


Overall we adored the dumplings that offered by this restaurant and i would be back for dumpling snacks at this restaurant. . . . SidneyK

No 62, Jalan SS21/39
Damansara Utama
47400 Petaling Jaya
Tel No: 03-77241613

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Chilly Pan Mee, Kota Damansara


I love visiting this chilly pan mee shop as it is so tasty and so near by my place. It is located at Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara. This pan mee is awesome bacause of itis unique hot chilly paste make of dry chilly . . . . so shiok! hot & spicy.


I love the way the pan mee is being served with lots of different garnish such as lovely half cooked egg, minced pork, veg, yummy ikan bilis and prefer to have them dried (kan) plus loads of their chilly paste. A bowl of this pan mee is RM5.50.



Lovely delicious meat dumplings (Sui Kow)


Here is the number to call if you can find the shop or even to reserve a table as this place can be packed on certain time . . . . SidneyK

Saturday, September 20, 2008

A Refreshing Noodle . . . .Vegetable Pan Mien

My close friend Jennifer had took me to this Pan Mee place located at Taman Kepong. This cofee shop located just behind the King's Bakery which located at Lorong Bangau 2. The Pan Mee was superb delicious and it is make of roughly blended celery leaves or spinach leaves. This Pan Mee shop is called Vegetable Pan Mee and was establish since 2001. We were very lucky as we were in troduced to Uncle Wilson the owner of the stall. He showed us how the pan mee was make from flour till a bowl of lovely Pam Mee.


A bowl of this Pan Mee is only RM3.80 and you can have it dry with black sauce or with soup. It comes with fish paste, fried soya bean skin and loads of celery leaves or green spinach. L like the texture of the Pan Mee, tender, soft, tasty and not too hard. The best part of it you can have either in a form of fine strings of pasta or in the shape of rectangular pieces of pasta. Each bowl is served with loads of fresh celery leaves which makes the noodle delicious and fregrant.


After being explained the making of Pan Mee and enjoyed a full bowl of Pan Mee by Uncle Wilson, it was so satisfying and I will defintely be back for more which I did . . . . . SidneyK