After checking in to Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, I and LY head straight to Celestial Court to try their Dim Sum with my RM200 voucher ^^
The jade flat plate looks really interesting, too bad seems that it’s for decoration purpose only as the waiter took it off after I order my food.
Crispy fried dragon beard with cod fish served with fruit salad and tobiko @ RM18 is very good. 7.8/10
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Dim Sum, Food and Drinks, Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Restaurant (Cuisine)
- Tagged celestial court, Dim Sum, Halal, Kuala Lumpur, sheraton imperial
A day before I am off to China for a week, I know I will surely miss curry when I am there, hence the urge to have a good place of awesome Nasi Kandar before I depart from Malaysia is a must.
Hence, I travel all the way down to Alor Setar to the best Nasi Kandar I had tried up till today, Nasi Kandar Md. Ibrahim.
This is truly a 1Malaysia stall, unlike the BS you heard and read in newspaper everyday.
This small coffee shop are run by Chinese in a traditional Chinese Coffee shop setting, while the Nasi Kandar stall are run by Indian Muslims, or better known as Mamak. You can always find all races dining here happily, proved that we Malaysians, although we do have our different believes and culture, we can live together in a harmonious way.
We don’t need all those marketing campaign and 1Malaysia logo all around to tell us what 1Malaysia are, all the time we are already able to do so.
Posted in Alor Setar, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Indian, Kedah, Location, Malaysia, Nasi Kandar
- Tagged Alor Setar, Halal, Lunch, Malaysia, nasi kandar, nasi kandar royale
Long live Malay Char Koay Teow! Another fail presentation, but taste wise? Superb!
Almost every single friend of my just can’t accept this type of Char Koay Teow. To them, it must be dry, and not wet, most important, it MUST be fried by Chinese. Well, try to be more open minded and be adventurous eh? If not, you will just miss out too many good food out there, and how can life be fun if that’s so? Live to eat, and not eat to live.
Maybe next time I should say, come lets go eat “wat dan hor“.
This time, it’s Abang Ismail Char Koay Teow, located just directly opposite of the big pink colored Bukit Mertajam Post Office.
Posted in Bukit Mertajam, Char Koay Teow, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Location, Malay, Malaysia, Penang
- Tagged abang ismail char koay teow, Char Koay Teow, Dinner, Food, Halal, malay, Malaysia
Alor Setar, the capital of Kedah, is very very famous of it’s laksa. No, not the Asam Laksa you find it Penang, but rather a variant of it, known as Laksa Kedah.
The most famous Kedah Laksa is Laksa Teluk Kechai, and Zakaria Laksa is the best according to many people.
According to what I understand, Kedah Laksa is supposed to be very similar to Asam Laksa in Penang, and the only difference is the garnishing used.
Posted in Alor Setar, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Laksa, Location, Malay, Malaysia
- Tagged Alor Setar, Food, Halal, Kedah, Laksa, Malaysia
Due to the fact that my love in Char Koay Teow, not only Chinese one, but Malay one too, I was introduced to Zai Char Koay Teow in my hometown.
As for my experience, this is by far the tidiest Malay version Char Koay Teow that I ever had.
Posted in Char Koay Teow, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Kedah, Location, Malay, Malaysia, Sungai Petani
- Tagged Food, Halal, Kedah, malay char koay teow, Malaysia, Sungai Petani
Before we go anything further, I shall say, this is a feast. THIS IS A FEAST!!!
Yes, this is a feast, this dish alone is a FEAST! It’s 1 of the most awesome dish I ever had, superb dish!
Teaser picture of the feast…….and look at the egg…..oh mai oh mai….droooolllzzzzzzz
Ok, cut the crap of the feast, I will show you guys later what I mean.
If any of you were to google “thai restaurant butterworth”, you will be bombarded by “Khuntai Thai Restaurant”. It just show’s how famous this restaurant is in Butterworth, as if want find Thai food in Butterworth? Khuntai is the way to go.
Khuntai is a big restaurant, which they had many private rooms for their customer to choose from.
Posted in Butterworth, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Restaurant (F&D), Thai
- Tagged Butterworth, Food, fried egg, Halal, khuntai thai restaurant, Malaysia, mantis, Penang, thai food, thai style steamed, tom yam, udang gala
GEM restaurant – House of fine Indian cuisine as they claimed, located within the core zone of the Unesco World Heritage Site in Penang – Bishop Street. The environment is beautifully design, with painting and cravings from India.
The design of the cup is very special, and it’s quite heavy too for a cup.
Nandu Rasam @ RM7.90 is certainly an interesting dish. The soup was boiled with the crab together, giving it a very interesting flavor. Besides, although the pepper taste might be a bit overwhelming, but it still taste very nice as the spices used to cook the soup is just wonderful. The crab is very fresh too (although small) but you can enjoy it while waiting for your main dish to come. 7.9/10
Posted in Biryani Rice, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Indian, Location, Malaysia, Restaurant (F&D), Tandori Chicken and Nan
- Tagged bishop street, cheese naan, chicken takka masala, fish moilee, Food, gem restaurant, George Town, Halal, indian food, Malaysia, nandu rasam, Nasi Biryani, Penang