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zanyzany
This is zanyzany living in USJ. I am a Executive, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuchai Lama, Petaling Jaya (North), Bandar Sunway. Thai, Japanese, Western variety, middle east are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Stall / Warung and Ice Cream / Froyo / Gelato, Pizza/Pasta, dairy food.
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Thai Fried Rice with Egg Smile Aug 16, 2012   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops

Fried Rice

Fried Rice

 
Cosy Corner is a restaurant serving local and western food. I like to order their Thai Fried Rice with Egg because it tastes really nice. The rice is mildly hot from chili padi and there is a sourish sweet taste from the use of tamarind and lime. This really perks up my tastebud and never fails to impress me. My colleague who had the same dish commented that it was a bit too oily but I find it just nice giving the rice more definition and binds the ingredients together. The addition of a fried egg gave it the extra flavour and garnishing of sliced lettuce and red chili added to the presentation. Cost RM8.90 before tax which is quite reasonable.
 
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Traditional Rice Dumpling Smile Aug 15, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

 
Every year we have the rice dumpling festival and I will go wild over those traditional triangular shaped rice packed piece of invention. Nowadays, it is available at any time of the year so I could cure my craving anytime. This restaurant is one the places to get them, whether dining in or take away, they also have lots of other chinese dishes available for dining.

Their range of rice dumplings are also very wide, from the cantonese dumpling (traditional ones), nyonya, hakka pillow, abalone, golden even one that is healthy (brown rice). I was keen to have the traditional cantonese one which has chestnut, fatty pork slice, mushroom and salted egg in it. There was still a lingering aroma from the lotus leaves they used to wrap the dumpling. I like how the rice was not too salty and is super dense and steamed just enough that it doesn't break the rice. I can still taste the natural sweetness from the glutinous rice. The ingredients each did its part to give its unique flavour to the dumpling, salty from the egg, sweet savoury from the mushroom. The pork is not as fat as in some traditional dumplings but I guess the trend is towards healthier food. Each dumpling cost RM6, slightly more pricey than others.
 
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Peanut Mochi @ Kampachi OK Aug 15, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen/Udon/Soba | Fine Dining | Business Dining

 
For desserts, the Peanut Mochi is a good option. I like the gooey texture of the rice flour which is soft but doesn't stick when chewed. The mochi is rolled in peanuts and there were additional crushed peanuts for added flavour. It was not very sweet which is just what I like. The portion is also good with enough for 2. A simple yet tasty dessert and although similar to the muachi we find at pasar malam, there is a more refined texture to the mochi. Good to try.
 
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Grilled Unagi in Teriyaki Sauce Smile Aug 15, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Seafood | Ramen/Udon/Soba

 
This is a popular restaurant and usually the queue for a table is about 15 minutes or more on weekends. But people do not mind because the Japanese food here is good and the price is reasonable. Of the many I have tried, I would rate very highly for their grilled unagi. The eel is nicely grilled to a just crisp texture but the meat still retains a soft juicy center which has a nice smoked taste. The eel which is drizzled with sweet teriyaki sauce is one of the best I have tasted. Good if you like unagi.
 
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Prawn Glass Noodle in Claypot

Prawn Glass Noodle in Claypot

 
Another highly recommended dish here is the Claypot Prawn Curry with Glass Noodle. The curry is not the heavy type, rather it is a lighter more diluted version and just slightly spicy. The curry is smooth with a milky texture but it wasn't from coconut milk. Use of curry leaves added lots of flavour to it. The curry has a heady taste from wine liquor as well as the prawns which gave it a sweet deep taste. And the glass noodles really absorbs the curry gravy well and it just slides over each strand to create a silken effect. Very appetizing.
 
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