Tuesday, January 31, 2012

New Restaurant Ipoh Chicken Rice @ SS15, Sbg

We had the curry pork skin, braised chicken feet, pork balls, steamed village chicken in soy sauce, and fried sotong rings. My verdict? Pretty good tasting I would say, albeit a wee bit more expensive in the pricing department compared to your local RM4 styrofoam chicken rice stall. The butter rice was really aromatic and fluffy, I should have went for a second serving! Too bad I was feeling a lil quesy or I would definitely have submitted into the indulgence of warm savoury rice. The chicken feet, pork balls and soy sauce chicken were pretty good as well ; with that being said, there was nothing much to shout about the remaining 2 dishes we had - namely the curry pork skin and fried calamari. The bill came up to a total of RM110 for 3 people, not cheap considering the portion, but then again it's a nice place to have a chinese meal when you're in the neighbourhood.

 No.2, Jalan SS 15/4B 
Subang Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Brunch @ Bodega

The big breakfast (rm22 without beverage) was alright, but personally I preferred the english breakfast (rm27 with beverage) ... Bacon rocks the early mornin boat :)

Monday, January 16, 2012

Of Flickering Blue Flames Dancing In The Rye

I haven't had a pet in a while since my rabbit kapputted. 
Given the fact that he's an easy-maintaining fish, he should prolly last. 

Pretty, nohh ?

Friday, January 13, 2012

Burger Bobby @ Lembah Keramat, Ampang

We tried the lambo, tiesto, bangsar babe double cheese special, and burger arnab double cheese special as well. My fave? The bangsar babe burger! The rabbit one comes in close ;) Worth the wait and drive I'd say ... Yumms!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Secret of Lousiana @ Kelana Jaya

Free flow of soup, salad, lemon tea, and pasta for RM18 :)
Yes I had 7.5 plates, of which all flavours I tried *burppp* hehe

Monday, January 2, 2012

I Made : Beef Noodles


Ingredients :
3 beef cubes
500g of australian beef blade
A dash of dark soy sauce
A pinch of ajinomoto
A pinch of white pepper
White and orange carrots
Chinese celery 
Cow tripe (1 slab)
1 packet of Beef balls 
1 packet of Kuey teow

- Serves 2 -

Steps :
1) Boil both white and orange carrots till soft 
2) Add 3 dashes of dark soy sauce, white pepper, beef cubes, and simmer in pot.
3) Fry the beef shoulder chunks in garlic and add to the broth.
4) Ajinomoto/salt to taste.
5) Add in beef balls and cut tripe into strips. Let everything boil down into a thicker broth.
6) Add chopped scallions/chinese celery for a hearty aroma.
7) Garnish with celery leaves, and serve pipping hot.
8) Accompaniment(s) - Cleansing tea of choice, pickles/gherkins in a small bowl, and green chilli padi with soy sauce.

- Allow preparation & cooking time to span approximately 35 mins - 

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