Day 2 @ Danok, Thailand (2011)

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The next morning, we wanders around for breakfast. There are few stalls beside the road full with people, and hence we decide to have our breakfast there.

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The pork leg rice @ RM4 looks really pale and uninteresting when it served, but it’s good. The meat is super tender, the gravy is nice and it just taste amazing! Eat it with their chili, it is just greatttt!! However, the vegetables taste bitter though. 7.5/10

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The koay chap @ RM5 in the other hand, does looks interesting with loads of ingredients. It taste good too. 7.0/10

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Lot 10 Hutong Revisit @ Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur

After my first visit to Lot 10 Hutong more than 1 year ago, I still wanted to go back to it everytime I came to Kuala Lumpur since there are just so much food there yet for me to try. Hence, here I am back to this food court again.

This time, instead of trying back the same thing, I and LY opt to try other stuff. Since it’s early, and the food court is pretty empty, we walked around and see what should we have.

I decided to give Kong Tai Singapore Bee Hoon @ RM8.30 a try. It was marvellous as I truly enjoy it. Very fragrant and it was the wet type which I loved. A single flaw of this is I don’t really enjoy the chilli though. 7.8/10

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Town House Chicken Rice @ Alor Setar

Alor Setar, a place I rarely venture into, a place which does not appear in most food blog location list, and here I am, wandering here while waiting for the even at Holiday Villa to start, with an empty stomach and growling badly. Without knowing what to eat, or what to expect, I saw that this coffee shop have the most customers, and so I went it, follow the others.

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It seems that the chicken rice here is famous, as there are people queuing it up for take away orders, so yea, I will just eat it.

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Chicken and pork rice @ Bukit Mertajam

I actually don’t really know what’s the name of this rice, hence I simply give it a name. Well, can’t blame me, as the conversation between me and the introducer is as below:

Introducer: Wei, I bring you go eat good rice. Want?

Me: Ooo. OK ar, what rice?

Introducer: Er…. Rice la.

Me: Hmm. I know la, what rice? Economy Rice? Chicken rice? Fried rice?

Introducer: Tell you rice means rice la, as so much for what? It’s rice with xio bak (roasted pork) on top la…happy?

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Er…. Ok lo. The stall is small, and passerby will not notice it if not because of the queue in front of the stall.

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Sun Fa Ji @ Bangsar

Since I had absolutely no idea what’s good in Bangsar, and since I only had the no.11 bus (my leg la) as my sole transport, I still take my chances and search for the famed Anuar’s Curry Fish Head at Lucky Garden, Bangsar. However, after walking for like 30 good minutes, I is shatbrix as I was told they only serve curry fish head at lunch time, while it’s only 10 AM at that time! Sigh….

With hunger and tiredness conquering me, I had no choice and simply enter 1 shop that looks good to me. I had no confidence and are seriously expecting bad food. This is because according to my 5 years stay in Kuala Lumpur/Selangor, most of the time if I were to simply enter a shop for food here, 99% of the time it turn out sucks! No, I am not saying food at Kuala Lumpur sucks, there do have many good food here, it’s just that the average restaurant here serve bad food. Haizz….

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Anyway, the food here at Sun Fa Ji, Bangsar is really not bad. I tried to stop LY when she wanted to try the curry mee, all because I had too much bad experience on bad curry mee here. However, the curry mee turns out to be quite nice! At RM5.50, loads of ingredients were given and even coagulated pork blood, nice! The soup is quite good too, yea of course you can’t compare it to the best one in Penang, but it’s certainly 1 of the best I had tried at central Malaysia! 7.0/10

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Lam Hong Thai Style Chicken Rice @ Penang

Chicken rice is a common sight in Malaysia, but Thai Style Chicken rice is something different. On one sight, the stall looks like just another chicken stall, but 1 might notice, eh, why is there some Thai Language on the signboard?

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Well, when served, it also looks like just another plate of Chicken rice, with a choice of roasted chicken or steamed chicken.

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Kek Seng Coffee Shop @ Penang

Kek Seng Coffee Shop is one of the old old old coffee shop that still survive up to date, and they served one of the best Ais Kacang (or also known as ABC – Ais Batu Campur) in Penang.

So what makes this plate of “Ais Kacang” so famous? Well, 1 of the 2 scoop of the ice cream is their homemade durian ice cream. The ice cream taste great IF you are a durian lover. It’s nothing like those durian ice cream from nestle, its way smoother, and gives you way more durian flavor. You can tell them not to add in the durian ice cream if you hate the king of fruit.

Besides, the red beans and jagung (sweet corn) toppings is good, and makes the “Ais kacang” just great! However, I find that the jelly (also homemade) is just so so. This plate of “Ais kacang” is way more satisfying than the famous Penang road Teowchew Cendol, simply because the standard here is consistent, unlike the Cendol sometimes taste good, sometimes bad.

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