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SharonNg
This is SharonNg living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I work in Tropicana. I like to hang out in Seputeh. Japanese, Korean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Café, Restaurant and Steamboat/Hotpot, Seafood.
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Yee Mee Soup OK Dec 24, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Food court | Noodles

Yee Mee Soup (RM 4.50)

Yee Mee Soup (RM 4.50)

 
Recently, I have been craving for Yee Mee soup. Thus to fix my craving, I went to DDP Food Court for a bowl of Yee Mee soup. The ingredients given are minced pork, fish cake slices, meat balls, pork slices and vegetables. If you are feeling hungry, you can also ask to add an egg. I had mine without egg. I quite like the minced pork because they are slightly marinated giving them a nice taste. However, the soup on that day was too salty; unlike its' usual clear sweet taste (from the ingredient used in brewing the soup). Not sure why that day is so salty. Drank lots of water to clear of the saltiness in my mouth. Besides, the yee mee was also quite hard. The operator should have cooked them longer to make the mee softer.
 
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Stall / Warung | Noodles | Coffee

 
Lovely entrance of Donald & Lily's Nyonya Food Restaurant

In 2010 trip to Melaka with my friends, Donal & Lily's Nyonya Food Restaurant is one of our stop for Nyonya food. We ordered their Nyonya Laksa and Mee Siam to try.

 
Nyonya Laksa (RM 3.50)
I quite like the Nyonya Laksa because it is not spicy and and the soup is creamy as it was cooked with lots of santan (coconut milk). Among the ingredients given were kerang, tauge, tau pok and some sliced egg.

 
Mee Siam (RM 3.50)
This is my first time having the wet version of Mee Siam. Usually in KL, I always have the dry version. The mee siam itself is already sourish and spicy but after squeezing the lime juice onto the Mee Siam, the dish became more appetizing. The Mee Siam comes with sliced omelette, sliced fish cakes, fried shallots and julienned cucumber.

 
These pictures hung on the wall gives a homey feeling to the restaurant.
 
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Stall / Warung | Noodles | Coffee

 
Donald & Lily’s Nyonya Food is a small nice outlet situated at the back of Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock which is within walking distance from the Melaka Town Centre. As can be seen from the above picture, the restaurant is decorated with many beautiful decorations which I liked it very much. Nyonya Laksa, Ayam Pongteh, Curry Asam Fish and Taukua Rojak are some of the popular Nyonya food available in Donald and Lily's.

While I was there with my friends, we tried their Ayam Pongteh as our lunch. Ayam Pongteh is actually a chicken dish braised with potato, soya sauce and gula Melaka.

 
Ayam Pongteh (RM 6.50)
The chicken meat was braised until tenderly without being too soft. I loved the slight sweet gravy accompanying the flavorful chicken. I also like to eat the huge cubes of potatoes because they are soaked with the lovely gravy. But please eat the chicken together with rice because they are a bit salty when eaten on its own.

 

Plain rice with some cabbage to eat with Ayam Pongteh
I ordered an extra plate of rice to eat because the gravy was good to eat with just plain rice...yummy yummy......
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Ayam Pongteh
 
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Categories : Kopitiam | Seafood

 


Seafood and beer garden is actually a newly opened eating place situated at Restoran U Like It in Taman Desa which operates from 5.00 pm to midnight. During the day, this place is full of operated stalls like wan tan mee stall, pan mee stall and chicken rice stall. In the evening, Restoran U Like It is taken over by Seafood and Beer Garden. One can choose either to sit in the shop or sit outside (open air just like the picture above). Mum and I went there last week to have our dinner there and we ordered the following dishes.

 
Peanut Pig Tendon in Claypot (RM 25.00)
I quite like the chewy texture of the tendons but I like them to be softer. The accompanying peanuts were quite tasty. This dish is on the dry side because as you can see, there very little gravy being given. It would be good if more gravy being given. Mum said this dish is not worth the money we paid because the portion is quite small and the taste were so-so.

 

 
Beancurd with Sponge Gourd (RM 8.00)
The beancurd given is smooth and soft and also came in big piece. If I am not wrong, only four pieces were given. I am not sure why but the sponge gourd used in this dish is quite bitter. Bitter than bitter gourd. Tastewise, the accompanying gravy is quite tasteless. Overall, I didn't like this dish because of the sponge gourd's bitterness.

To conclude, I don't think I will come back another time for their food as their fodd is really just OK!

Location:
Jalan Desa Bakti, Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur, 58100
 
Date of Visit: Aug 26, 2012 

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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Yong Tau Fu

Had lunch with mum, aunt and cousin at Wai Kee Restaurant. The purpose is of course to try out their famous Yong Tau Foo. Although Wai Kee is famous for its Hakka food, the Yong Tau Foo is not made the Hakka way. The Yong Tau Foo's fillings were made of pure fish paste instead of the Hakka way of mixed pork and fish paste.

 
10 pieces of assorted Yong Tau Foo

We ordered 10 pieces of Yong Tau Foo which consisted of chilli, brinjal, "foo chuk", bittergourd & "taufu pok". The fish paste portion given in each piece of stuffed Yong Tau Foo were generous because the Yong Tau Foos were fully stuffed with tasty fish paste and the fish paste were slightly springy. The Yong Tau Foos are served on a plate of light soy sauce. Each piece of the yong tau foo is RM 1.00.

 
Stuffed chilli, bittergourd and taufu pok.
My favourite is the bittergourd because the bitter gourd's bitter taste is so good with the fish paste.

P/S: Please be there early or you will have to wait for a while before being getting a table as the place is especially packed during lunch hours and also prepare to wait for your food to arrive. We waited for about 20 minutes for the food to arrive.

 
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