Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Ah Hock Section 17, PJ

I love to dine at this food stall situated at section 17, Petaling Jaya. The food is simple and delicious. When I am on my own, as usually don't cook and will have my dinner here without fear. Ah Hock is the name of this stall. As most foodbloggers are alway impressed when food got good "wok hei" and so am I, so is with Ah Hock!

We had two simple single plate rice, beef with spring onion rice(above) and petai prawns sambal rice(below). Both are so gorgeous, tasty and so appealing.

If you are around the area, do stop by for a quick meal! . . . . Sidney

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Potato King at Bangsar Sunday Night Market (Pasar Malam)

Last sunday evening I was at bangsar new village and noticed there was the sunday night market. As I walked along I stumbled into something very new that caught my eye with full of joy and excitement!

It was this Potato King! I got to inform you that this is not a normal potato wedges but it is a whole potato that caught in a bamboo stick! This is so amazing and interesting. When you look carefully at this deep fried potato wedges, you will notice that it is all intagged!

Firstly a whole potato is cut into size and place into the scapper for cutting, once done the whole potato is then placed into the bammboo stick before deep frying.

The owner, Mr Wan does all the deep frying, the potato wedges and also the chicken. I was told that he uses imported potatoes as local potatoes cannot produce the right texture. I was also informed that the deep fried potato wedges can be keep half a day and still able to retain its crispiness. Well I wonder why should I keep it till late as in a few second those potato wedges would had disappeared into my stomach. lol!

Got to say this potato wedges are excellent and delicious, the texture is perfect, crispy and with the flavouring (seaweed, cheese, black pepper, chicken & onion, plum etc) it is worth for a try. It only cost RM3.50(US1.10) a stick!


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Ikan Panggang, Petaling Street, KL

Last weekend we had our dinner at Petaling Street, yet another foodstreet in Kuala Lumpur. This time we tried a few barbeque seafood with hot sauce. The food was fantastic as it suited my taste as I like to have food sometimes.

I got to inform that if you like to dine at this place you need to order or even book in advance, I would suggest an hour before dining. Why? The que is very long and to get a table can be difficult. The price for this dish is moderate, not expensive and affordable.

We ordered BBQ squid in hot & spicy sauce. It was hot, hot and hot! Fantastic! The more you eat the more you want, so desirable.

We also ordered BBQ ray fish in spicy & hot sauce, the texture was good and the ficsh came boneless. Even the sauce was the same but the texture was diiferent from squid, therefore the outcome of the taste was explosive.

If you have not tasted this delicious BBQ seafood, I would recommend you to head there tonight but make sure you make your order earlier to avoid the long waiting where can be very very miserable.