Nasi Lemak Bumbung Seapark PJ

The hidden treasure behind the alley.

Huck's Cafe

Private Kitchen, Speakeasy, Underground Dining, Home Cafe's

Buffet Eat All You Can Korean Style

Eat all you can buffet dinner in Korean style.

Birthday Bash at Anggun Boutique Hotel

Celebrating my lovely wife birthday at Anggun Boutique Hotel

Sarawak Kolok Mee at Bangsar

Well known as Sarawak Kolo Mee or simply Kolok Mee.

Saturday, November 1, 2014


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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Goon Wah Famous Claypot Lor Shu Fan and Fish Head Noodle

It’s been a while that I’d been updating my blog frequently and it almost like a year for now. Stumble on my blogs and I was surprise that there a lot of comments and people following my blogs. Thank you for the support and for now I’d updated the layout to be more interactive. Coding mode on for a rusty head like me.
For the first post of the year after MIA for quite sometimes, let me share with you a hidden place at kuchai lama where usually I had my lor shu fan aka mee tikus and fish head noodles. It one of the best that I found right now.

Located next to casket selling shop, some ppl reluctant to go there maybe to negative thinking but seem like they business is quite good with such suspicious location. It expended and now having 3 lots where now in the middle is the casket shop. Eerie rights? Kekkekekkee

The famous XO fish head noodles

The XO Claypot Lor Shu Fan

Back to the food, the thing you should order here is the famous XO claypot lor shu fan and the XO fish head noodle. This 2 dishes is enough to share for 2 persons.  What I can say is the food here “Best in The World” and expected a large crowd and you may need to queue for a table. By the way, for the the fish head noodle, the broth is refillable so for soup drinkers as much as you want and it a bonus for those who like to drink more soup.

The sour plum juice is thirst quench drink during hot sunny day 

Previously the shop open only during weekdays from 9am to 3pm but eventually after March this year, they open up also on Saturday as well.
For the service, as I can’t speak Mandarin that good, it a bit hard communicate with the server but some of them can speak good English as well. For the location, you can find at following address:-

Restaurant Goon Wah
G13, Jalan 3/115C
Block KP2, Taman Kuchai Jaya
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel No: 03 - 7982 0048

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Non identical twin town Sibu and Sitiawan

Last week, me and my wife went for a day trip to Sitiawan ask my colleague invited us to have a little of foochow food in Sitiawan. Usually, in da office we always argue which foochow food is taste nicer.
The journey took around 2 and half hour from kl. It depends on the traffic near the old palm plantation.
The first food that my friend brought me was kampua mee and loh mee. The stall located not far from ACS school.
The Sitiawan kampua mee

The kampua mee is totally different taste from what we usually have in sibu. It only have one type as shown above.

The Loh Mee with Assam Laksa gravy comes along with it.

The loh mee also different where it been cooked with bamboo shoots. If you can't stand with the bitterness of the bamboo shoots, try and mix it with the assam laksa gravy.

The coconut jelly which originated from Manjung but Penang get the name.

Once we had our brunch at the stall, we are off to have the original coconut jelly. It a refreshing desert which ones need to taste to enjoy. It a desert which had been mix with seaweed.

After we had our coconut jelly, we went to have chendol where the sultan of perak ever ate. It located near a hindu temple. It just a simple desert where a lot of people throngs to the place to have a refreshing desert during a hot sunny day. There were 2 types of chendol which one come with sticky rice and one if the ordinary plain cendol. The best thing is the owner will dress up with a bow tie. Yes indeed a red striking bow tie and that his signatures. He claims that even KFC also use bow tie.

The famous pulut cendol of Sitiawan.

Sultan Perak with the owner.