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wmlwong
This is wmlwong living in Kuchai Lama. I work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Puchong Jaya, Bandar Sunway. Korean, Japanese, Malaysian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Restaurant, Kopitiam, new restaurants in particular and Seafood, Mixed rice, Dim sum, japanese food.
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Improvement required Cry Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Malaysian variety | Malay | Indian | Hotel Dining

I had this Pandan sponge cake with kaya, served with a scoop of ice-cream and mangos as my dessert after my lunch meal.

I love sponge cake and having it plain will complete me. smile

Since JP Teres has come out with something different and it was highly recommended, I decided to have one.

Although, I would prefer to enjoy one in its original way without any fancy things but with high recommendation, I decided to enjoy one with an open mind.

Firstly, the sponge cake was fluffy and light, mild taste of the pandan flavour. If only the Pandan sponge cake goes without the kaya as topping would cut down a lot of the high in sweetness. I felt like do not want to finish after the first bite. Not the taste of the cake was unacceptable but it is me that I could reject any food if the sweetness is too high.

How do you expect me to dip the cake with the ice-cream and the mango while both are equally as sweet. Too much of sweetness killed the taste of the cake itself. I hardly could taste the favourite Pandan sponge cake having all those fancy stuff on it. The sad part, it was a business meeting and I have a guest having lunch with me, I have to be polite to finish the whole dessert.

Please, I would rather have the sponge cake in plain no kaya adding to it or any kind of sweet combination to the sponge cake. Bad attempt! If it is for the reason of RM12 to make it value for money, do consider something that is sour so it would cut down the sweetness level.
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Spending per head: Approximately RM12(下午茶)

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Roasted Suckling Piglet Smile Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

Oh! Heavenly Roasted Suckling Piglet..... It has been too long for me to find the taste that I always had way back in my hometown Kampar.

Now, I found this long lost taste at Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant in PJ. Before I elaborate further on the food, let's give a short intro of the restaurant.

My 2nd visit to this restaurant. It is indeed an older restaurant which I believe they still survive till today due to its quality of food & price affordability.

I could see they have a lot of loyal customers with them. A lot of elderly having their family gathering, celebrations etc. The restaurant can only accommodate up to roughly 10-12 round tables (min. 6 - 12 pax). Do not expect too much on the ambience & first class service. smile

Parking is not an issue. There are open parking bays available at the Giant Supermarket which is located just opposite the restaurant. Just a min walk to the restaurant from the open parking across the street.

Now, come to the taste. It was almost to fat free of this crispy skin piglet which came up the top in the list of our 9-course meal. It was non oily and done it so well inside out. In appearance, golden brown colour dish that made everyone got attracted to the dish. As you know piglet, hardly has much meat to enjoy but only a thin layer pork meat beneath the skin and it was not salty until we could not taste the original pork meat. The pork meat was tender and fresh. Due to its freshness, I enjoyed bit by bit without the dipping. Love the crispy texture a lot smile

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Date of Visit: Mar 02, 2013 

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Recommended Dessert Smile Nov 28, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Noodles | Nasi Lemak

Cendol, cost RM7.90++.

Quite sometime I never visited Madam Kwan's & not like I like to go frequently but out of limited choices.

I always think, paying that kind of price for hawker food is a bit outrageous. One thing I must praise the owner for having good business development skill who are smart to have their outlets located strategically.

For tourists, if they really care about the ambience, Madam Kwan's is certainly a good choice to be recommended. I do agree they served above average taste of hawker/local food. In terms of quality, she can't beat the authenticated places, say about Cendol, I still find the best found in Melaka & Penang.

Talking about having a nice, not the best yet in town, Madam Kwan's is so far I would rate the highest compared to most of the local dessert stalls I have tried so far.

These days, you can't simply find quality food, mostly you would see is the appearance in terms of presentation but they have forgotten about the main point is still fall back to the taste & quality.

Madam Kwan's Cendol served with real taste of gula melaka, definitely not syrup. The portion can be shared by two persons being a small eater. They served generously the gula melaka.
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Spending per head: Approximately RM8(其他)

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Japanese delights Smile Nov 28, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Desserts


According to its FB, described "Sweet delights made from glutinous rice flour, pure extraction of fruits, kidney bean and fresh cream"

I am a Mochi lover. I have been seeing one of the stalls at Tokyo Street, Pavilion. Stopped by the stall a few times but never attempted one as I worried on the sweetness.

One fine day, we saw a new outlet, a bigger Kiosk located at the centre of The Gardens. They displayed their products so exclusively like a piece of precious jewel.tongue

Due to many flavours in the list with different prices, taken us quite awhile to choose one. Finally we decided to try their signature item that is Sakura, cost RM4/piece.

You are advised to thaw your mochi for 10 minutes before consumption as it has been kept in the chiller cabinet that set in a lower temperature.

My first bite, the Mochi was certainly soft in texture and chewy... this is the kind of feeling that I fancy Mochi in particular.

Then my next concern was the filling, whether it would be very sweet, but it's not... I have not tasted Sakura before, hence, what I could taste is of mixture of flower tea fragrance while at the middle of the filling, the white in colour is more like fresh cream to me (luckily it was not the condensed milk). All mixed it in the mouth gave the presence of flower tea & milky taste. It's delectable! tongue

Well, I will return very soon to try their best seller items. smile

Japanese Delights

Japanese Delights

 
Japanese Delights

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Spending per head: Approximately RM4(其他)

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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

A medium size restaurant lot with wooden dining tables & chairs. It has only 2 round tables which can accommodate up to 10 diners. 5 smaller dining tables fit up to maximum of 6 pax and the rest are small dining tables that fits to 3 pax at the most.

It is a place for tea lovers & health conscious diners.

Their food are simple & affordable in price as well as the portion. They only served green tea rice. Every single dish has the content of tea.

Rose Egg Custard, revised cost to RM5, (last seen in Feb 2013 was about RM3+only). It served in a chinese tea cup with cover.

Only in my third visit I got to try this wonderful dessert. In my previous visit, the waitress told me that this item is not available daily. I specifically ordered to serve me after my main meal 'cos egg custard is good to consume while it is warm.

Taste of tea fragrant but not entirely covered the presence of the egg custard. Texture of the egg custard was indeed smooth & soft. Sweetness level was up to my liking.

The portion is just nice for one person consumption.

I would give a rating of 9/10.

 

 

 
 
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