After an hour plus on the bus, we reach Hong Kong International Airport, it’s time to really say good bye to Hong Kong. We walked around, and then decided to eat something before we board the plane.
I decided that we just eat at the food court, and we chose 正斗粥麵專家 （Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop）.
After queuing up for some time, order, and wait again, finally we can eat!
Well, the wanton noodle is okay, the char siew taste okay too, overall, just an very average dish. 5.0/10
Posted in China, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Hong Kong, Location, Wa Dan Hor, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Food, hong kong, Hong Kong International Airport, noodle, wantan mee
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
Posted in Chicken Rice, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Singapore Bi Hoon, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Bukit bintang, Food, Kuala Lumpur, Lot 10, Lunch, Malaysia, non Halal, shopping mall
Tok Tok Tok….Tok Tok Tok….Tok Tok Mee is one of the first few food I wanted to try ever since I read it from Vkeong’s Blog. However, since it only sold in the morning, and with a wet market nearby to it only means parking space is hard to find. The long waiting time doesn’t help too. Hence, I am too lazy to go there just for a plate of noodles.
This was until 1 fine day, I was in Bukit Mertajam for the St. Anne’s Annual Novena & Feast Day Celebration, I decided, yes, it’s time to give this a try. The long queue before me when I want to made my order only lead to me thinking, man, this is true, I really gonna wait for sometime until my noodle was served.
Besides, it seems to me that they do not operate in 1st come 1st serve basic. They tend to served few tables located in the same area all at once, which I think is very unfair as some people might only need to wait for 5 minutes, while some like me, need to wait for more than 30 minutes!
Posted in Bukit Mertajam, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Breakfast, Bukit Mertajam, Food, Malaysia, Penang, wantan mee
Wantan mee, something simple to prepare, yet most of the time when I order 1, I either get something that’s too salty or the noodle is too dry. It might be the fact that it’s so easy to prepare until any Tom, Dick and Harry and come out from no where, simply set up a stall at any food court and start selling it, which greatly increase the chances for you (and me too) to get a below average plate of Wantan mee that’s below par, even in Penang.
Due to the fact that it’s so normal, and easily found in most places, Wantan mee is also something that you rarely see there’s a shop that sell Wantan mee solely, or as the shop main attraction. However, this Wantan mee stall at O&N Coffee Shop had did it.
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Breakfast, Food, Malaysia, non Halal, O&N cafe, Penang, wan tan mee
Loh bak is something that most Penangtie like to order when eating their main such as Hokkien Mee, Char Koay Teow, Curry Mee and many others. Loh Bak is actually marinated minced pork wrapped with bean-curd, but when people order, they will usually also order other such as fried beancurd, prawn fritters, century egg and many others.
However, these days, even in Penang, it’s quite hard to find really good Loh Bak, and luckily Kheng Pin Cafe at Penang road still able to maintain it’s standards after years. The variety here is quite a lot compare to others, and each piece is very crispy. Besides, the flour here is not overwhelming until you can only taste flour but not the meat itself. 7.7/10
The old uncle is busying preparing to serve almost every table in the coffee shop.
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Loh Bak, Malaysia, Penang, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Food, George Town, Kheng pin cafe, Loh Bak, Lunch, Malaysia, non Halal, Penang, Penang road, wan tan mee
The Wan Tan Mee, sold by Ah Ngau in Tian Tian Liang Coffee shop, is definitely the most famous Wan Tan Mee in Sungai Petani already.
The crowd here every morning is just amazing, usually if you are unlucky you will need to wait for 30 minutes to 1 hour for a plate of mee. To many people in Sungai Petani, it just not worth to wait so long for it. However, 1 thing I like about this shop is they do give a number when you order.
This will make sure that they won’t make any mistake by serving customer who came later than the earlier one. Besides, by having number on each table, a customer can slightly anticipate how long it will take for their order to reach.
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Kedah, Location, Malaysia, Sungai Petani, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Breakfast, Food, jalan bakar arang, Kedah, Malaysia, ngau kei wan tan mee, non Halal, Sungai Petani, Tian tian liang, wan tan mee
Lot 10 Hutong, definitely 1 of the hype for food lovers these days at Bukit Bintang area. It’s a food court that features 25 street food stalls that are selling famous local Chinese cuisine which have survived for at least 50 years, all hand-picked by Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, the managing director of YTL Corp Bhd group.
This is really a great idea, as one will not need to travel all around Kuala Lumpur to taste those nice food, as they only need to head to Lot 10 and they will be spoil with the choice of great food available. However I am actually quite skeptical of the quality of the food before I visit. However, after reading much review, it seems that the food serve there is quite good, so here am I.
Posted in Bah Kut Teh, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Hokkien Char (Hokkien mee for central region), Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Porridge, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Bah Kut Teh, Bukit bintang, char siew, chicken drumstick, Food, ho weng kee, hokkien char, hokkien mee, hon kee porridge, jalan bukit bintang, kim lian kee hokkien mee, Kuala Lumpur, Lot 10, Lot 10 hutong, Lunch, Malaysia, mo sang kor bah kut teh, non Halal, Porridge, yao char kuih