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isabellee
This is isabellee living in Petaling Jaya (North). I am a Student, work in Petaling Jaya (North). I like to hang out in Bandar Utama, Kelana Jaya, Bandar Sunway. Japanese, Western variety are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Restaurant, Bar & Pub and Ice Cream / Froyo / Gelato, Pizza/Pasta.
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Soup Fried Pork Pan Mee Cry Dec 24, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Noodles

Searching for food in SS2 and decided on Jojo Little Kitchen since my friend was raving about it. This is the Fried Pork Pan Mee in soup (RM 7.30).

The crunchy fried pork was really good!! Quite a number of slices too and topped with lots of crunchy ikan bilis. But I'm afraid that's the end of the compliments. I quote "It's not even soup but water used to wash the vege" as there was barely any taste. Amount of veges was pathetic. Noodles were too thick and hard for our preference.

 
 
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Kimchi jigae Smile Dec 21, 2012   
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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Noodles | BBQ

The place is nicely decorated with a warm feeling and the staff are very attentive and polite.

 
Some welcome food - corn, sweet potato and edamame.

 
Our side dishes arrived first. Disappointed as there were only 6 types and I only fancied the crunchy lotus root. We asked for a refill of that and stated 'make sure it's enough for 6 people' since there were only 3 slices. He returned with 6 slices lol!

 

 
Kimchi Jigae (RM 22.90) is a Korean stew made from spicy Kimchi paste, tofu, rice cakes and sliced beef brisket. It's served in a big bowl with some rice (portion enough for one).

 
The beef isn't too hard and I absolutely love the rice cakes! You can request for less/more spicy. The soup is great at opening our appetites (we were already starving though) but I wouldn't say it's spectacular.

 
Cute watermelon juice!

 
After our meals, we were treated to a cup of cold plum juice. *slurp* One of the best drinks I've had in my life!

Overall, I think it's a nice place to treat yourself once in a while. I've had similar kimchi jigae at a much lower price so maybe you can try the other stuff like the heart shaped Unyangsik!
 
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Chicken chop with rice Smile Dec 20, 2012   
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Categories : Vietnamese | Restaurant | Noodles

I wasn't very impressed with an earlier dish I had here but the chicken chop with rice was recommended by a friend. At RM 13.90, it's not something I would have often. The chicken is fantastic! It's still juicy and tender and tasted like teriyaki. A sweet-sour sauce is provided which amps up the taste but I think the chicken already tastes great on its own. Soup's not bad and rice was slightly too hard. They forgot my friend's order as the place is quite busy so make sure to remind the waiter.

 
 
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Milk Coffee Smile Dec 20, 2012   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Juices / Bubble Tea / Tea / Yogurt

I've always been a fan of Milk Tea and I love coffee but this was my first cup of Milk COFFEE! The drink has a very strong coffee taste and aroma. I like my coffee with milk so this combination is great for me. I don't think there's enough milk to justify it's name though. We've also added on Grass Jelly topping and it was delightful to sip into the sweet, slightly bitter coffee mixture. Price wise, it's quite affordable and cheaper compared to many other shops.

 
 
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Desserts for supper Smile Dec 18, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam

A popular kopitiam in this neighbourhood, I occasionally drop by for late supper (they're open til really late!). There is a stall at the front (towards Watson's) that sells several types of tong sui (dessert) but most of the time choices are limited. My fav here is their bubur chacha at RM 3.50. The amount of stuff inside depends purely on the guy scooping it so sometimes you get more or less. It is slightly too sweet but still okay. Yam chunks can sometimes be really 'vein-y' but most of the time they're soft and almost melt in your mouth.

 
 
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