Sunday, September 12, 2010

Sate Zainah Ismail (Ismail Satay)

123 Wanna have an exciting experience of having satay? Check out this shop that located at Dato’ Keramat. It is a very authentic Malay kampung house. But the experience is great and it’s worth for trying.

You must be patient while waiting for your satay as they have a huge crowd in the shop. Some were having there some take away. They have a long satay pit which I have never seen before such a long pit. Very interesting. The waiters/waitress and workers there are very friendly too.

The satay taste is good and the gravy of the satay is delicious too. But the environment is what I really like to experience!

SS20 Fish Head Noodle (鱼头米)

First time when I saw this stall, I will never think of trying it because I thought it is just like another stall of Fish Head Noodle. But I never though of. their afternoon lunch crowd are full of people.

My boyfriend took me there during the evening time. It is located very near to the Damansara Hospital.

They serve a lot of dishes with the fish head. If you don’t like to eat too much of carbohydrate like me, don’t worry coz they even serve Baby Spinach with Haruan Sliced Meat (元菜和生鱼片). They cook the baby spinanch with the fried garlic and haruan 6 pieces of sliced meat. Not very costly, it is only RM13. It is healthy and taste so good.

Of course they have one of their signature Haruan Slice Meat Noodles (生鱼片). They cook the noodles together with 4 pieces of fish cook with preserved vegetable, tomato, ginger, spring onion, fried onion and with evaporated milk. You can request without the evaporated milk, but I suggest you try it with the evaporated milk as it is a magic for the taste. You can even choose the noodles, either mee hoon or lai fun. It is only cost you either RM9.50 (Mee Hoon) or RM9.80 (Lai Fun). It is really delicious and taste so great that you will want to have a 2nd bowl.

After some healthy and great taste food, of course we need some sinful dessert. **grin** Try their Sago Gula Melaka, you feel refreshing after have it  especially in the hot day.

Gerai 17, Jalan SS20/10, Damansara Kim
(I think they moved to the opposite shop houses.)

Chinese Authentic Food (强记补品)


If you are looking for a authentic road side food with a great taste of authentic Chinese herbal soup. You must try this out. It is located at Kuala Lumpur right behind the Time Square and opposite the Eu Yan Sang.

It is not those high class restaurant but it is at the road side under the tree. You can see a lot of cars park at the road side just to try out this stall.

Their signature soup is the coconut chicken soup. They boiled the chicken with some Chinese Herbs in the coconut husk. The taste is so great… the mixture with Chinese herbs, chicken and the sweetness of coconut.

I like their pork belly with preserve vegetable. Great especially with you eat together with a hot white rice.

Ooh don’t forget to try their wild boar curry. It is great too.

Jalan 1/77B, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours:
Dinner time.
Please notes: I am not sure whether do they open on the lunch hour. But for sure, the dinner time will be a huge crowd!

Friday, April 9, 2010

My Kitchen

My Kitchen Restaurant started since year 2004. It is a restaurant that specialized in Melaka Hainanese Cuisine whose recipes are originally inherited from the grandfather who originally from Hainan Island, China and also the founder of Heng Hong Tin Kee (HHTK) Restaurant who established since 1950’s in Melaka.

Friends, if you are staying in Klang Valley and craving for the Melaka Chicken Rice Ball, then this will be the good news for you! You can have it at Sunway Mas, Petaling Jaya without travel all the way to Melaka.

I highly recommend to try their chicken, Chicken Rice Ball and Hainanese Mutton Herbs Soup. The Chicken is really tender and smooth.

Hainanese BrinjalTender and delicoius Chicken Chicken Rice Ball  Hainanese Mutton Herbs Soup

My Kitchen Restaurant
26-1, Jalan PJU 1/3B,
Sunway Mas, Commercial Centre,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel/Fax: 03-7880 8726
Email: contact
Operating Hours:
Monday to Sunway, 10a.m. – 10p.m.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Ying Ker Lou


Ying Ker Lou is an authentic Chinese-Hakka Cuisine fine dining restaurant. Their founders, managements and chefs are all Hakkas.

At Ying Ker Lou, they make sure there is no MSG is added in their food preparation. Although preservation of the original food flavor and taste is strictly important, but they try to strike a balance between taste and healthy eating, paying attention to the fresh ingredients and seasoning used while retaining the richness in taste that Hakka Cuisine is world renowned for.

Their signature dishes include traditional dishes such as Hakka Stuffed Bean Curd, Pork Knuckle with Ginger and Rice Vinegar, Hakka Style Fried Pork Belly with Black Fungus, Chicken with Ginger and Rice Wine, and Braised Pork with Preserved Vegetable.

IMG_1612Stewed Peanuts & Lotus Root Soup with Sliced Pork 

IMG_1613Hakka Ban Tiao 

IMG_1614Hakka Minced Pork Ban Tiao –Highly Recommended! 
I love to eat this with chili padi! May be you would like to try if you love spicy food…
 IMG_1622 IMG_1623Pandan & Dragon Fruit Sticky Rice Ball in Ginger Soup (Hot)Highly recommended! It is my favorite!

The Curve
Lot 138 & 139, 1st Floor,
The Curve Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7729 4229

Sunway Pyramid
No.3, Jalan PJS 11/15,
Bandar Sunway,
46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: 03-5636 3322

Claypot Station Restaurant

Worry of eating too much of “Ajih”? Then try to have your meal at this Claypot Station Restaurant located at Kota Damansara. They emphasize on “GUARANTEE NO MSG”!


They have tons of variety of claypot dishes from the range of soup, chicken, pork and so on.

It’s worth of trying!

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No. 23-1, Jalan PJU 5/12,
Dataran Sunway, PJU 5,
Kota Damansara, 47810,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor,
Tel: 03-6148 1030

Business Hours:
Daily 11.00am – 3.30pm; 5.30pm – 11.00pm

Monday, March 8, 2010

Xian Ding Wei 鲜定味

If you have never been to Taiwan but would like to try the Taiwanese local foods, GOOD NEWS!!!! You can have it at Xian Ding Wei!.

This is the place that focusing on Taiwanese beverages and well-known Taiwanese dishes.

The price is reasonable and good food!


Oyster & Pig’s Large Intestine Vermicelli – This is very well known in Taiwan 夜士林.IMG_2272 IMG_2273

Taiwanese Supreme Chicken in 3 variety of Sauces – Taste well and very worth for the value. It also comes with the chinese steam soup.

IMG_2276 IMG_2278Bamboo Shoot Pumpkin Bun – This is highly recommended! You have to try this. I have never eaten such a skin of the bun. The skin is made by the pumpkin. Smooth, a bit sticky, and taste very well. It comes with 3 Bun.

One Utama
G360, Ground Floor,
PJ No. 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama,
47300 Bandar Utama,
Tel: 03-7725 3822

Sunway Pyramid
OB3.LG1.7, Lower Ground Floor,
Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall,



TARBUSH is the first and one of the leading Middle Eastern Restaurant. They started in 1998 with a small sandwich bar in Ampany Point (Malaysia) serving sharwarma and other small bites to the mall goers.

Today, TARBUSH has opened several branches that are strategically located at Jalan Bukit Bintang, Starhill Gallery and most recently, Sunway Pyramid. Beside klang valley, they also has a branch at Batu Feringghi, Penang.


The interior design and environment of the restaurant is real cool! Check it out yourself and will definitely make your meal an awesome experience and an unforgettable one.


We was there at the Sunway Pyramid branch. If you like to enjoy a nice view, I would recommend you have your fine dining at the Sunway Pyramid branch and choose a table at their balcony. You will enjoy the view of the whole Sunway Lagoon.


The appetizer – it is complimentary and serve with the naan.IMG_1753Arabic Tea – It serves with a cool, nice and authentic tea pot.     IMG_1766

TARBUSH Salad – Their signature dish of romaine lettuce, tomato, cucumber, white radish tossed in TARBUSH sauce and drizzled with lemon and olive oil, topped with crunchy, toasted Lebanese bread.  IMG_1768

Falafel - Patties formed from chickpeas combined with spring onions. Deep fried and served with tahina sauce.


Labneh – Cottage cheese drained through cheesecloth until thick and creamy then topped with dry mint leaves, olives and olive oil.IMG_1770

Hommus Meat – Hommus topped with sliced, black-pepper sauteed lamb.

 IMG_1771 TARBUSH Hommus – Chickpeas with tahina sauce (sesame paste), garlic and parsley topped with olive oil. A strong-flavored dip and the house’ signature dish.

Bukit Bintang
138, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2142 8558

LG 16, Starhill Gallery,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2144 6393

LG2.123, Sunway Pyramid,
46150 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-5633 9222

No. 1, Lot 413,
Batu Feringghi,
Pulau Pinang.
Tel: 045582 558

For Catering and Function Services
Tel: 03-9222 2202