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AmandaLaurenLee
This is AmandaLaurenLee living in Mont Kiara. I am a Personal AssistantI like to hang out in Mont Kiara, Sri Hartamas, Bangsar. Japanese, Italian, European are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant and Seafood, Burgers / Sandwiches, Fine Dining.
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Japanese  Smile Nov 25, 2015   
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Categories : Japanese | Stall / Warung | Seafood

After doing my grocery shopping at Isetan, KLCC - I thought to just sit down and enjoy a good Japanese meal before heading home. Spotting Senya long ago, I was intrigued by the dining concept as it remained true to its Japanese homage and also was not to exorbent in pricing. 

Laid out at the counter are already boxed bento-like meal. You can either purchase those to be taken away or eat at their restaurant. They also have a menu which you can order off of with items such as teriyaki chicken, assorted types of ramen and different types of rice bowls.

A friend had told me how good their Chicken Kaarage rice bowl was and spotting it already prepared, I took that. Although I'd usually like my meal to be steaming hot, I opted to just eat my rice bowl without being re-heated with a nice glass of hot green tea to enjoy.

 
The first thing that struck me was the aroma of the chicken and the sauce that it was doused in. Until today I am still unsure what kind of sauce it was but there's a hint of ginger, garlic and maybe some soy sauce. It was so good as it gave the meat extra flavourings.

I enjoyed my rice bowl a lot and ate everything down to the very last grain of rice. Although I can say that it took me quite a while because for Rm17, if I remember correctly, the portion was quite huge with a lot of adequately sized chicken pieces.

Now I can't wait to go back and try other things from their menu. 
 
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Hong Kong Food is Love Smile Nov 24, 2015   
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Categories : Chinese | Stall / Warung | Steaks / Chops

There is nothing much I enjoy more than some good Hong Kong food. Unfortunately around KL its mostly just chinese food and although that's also just as good, sometimes I do prefer something more authentic HK food. My go-to place is Hong Kong Food Culture, especially when I'm doing some shopping around Sungai Wang Plaza which is just next door. 

 
A must order when I'm dining there is the Century & Salted Egg with Pork Porridge. I don't know how they do it but their rice porridge is always silky smooth and any grains of rice has been mushed up - so a bowl of this on a cold rainy day is incredibly comforting. Plus the century egg they add is always really fresh with almost runny & silky yolk which is to die for. 

 
Another favourite is their Pork Belly Braised with Preserved Vegetables. This is my number one order when I'm there because this dish brings me back to my grandmother's kitchen. Not only is the pork incredibly tender but so is the preserved vegetables, both absorbing the flavours of the broth that it has been stewing in for a long period of time.

Usually I do not eat much rice, but when I order this dish I almost always finish the entire plate of rice cause it's that good. However you might have to remind them several times to bring you more sauce cause there will be times where it will be slightly on the dry side. Plus the rice is only worth eating when it's fully doused in the sweet but salty sauce. 

 
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Steam fish Smile Nov 24, 2015   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

[DISCLAIMER: This restaurant has changed its name & management. However still serves the same food.]

It's pretty obvious now that steam fish is one of my favourite chinese dish to order at a meal. However not many places can serve up good ones because not only does the fish has to be super fresh but the sauces that it's steamed in has to be good. And the one served at Fei Yee never disappoints. 

 
Their signature Steamed Fish with Ginger, Scallions and Garlic is AMAZING. The sauce has so much flavour and maybe even a hint of chinese wine makes this dish worth ordering in itself. Sometimes I think I have more of the sauce than I do the actual meat. It's even better when you request for extra fried shallots and garlic to add into the sauce. 

 
Their signatore wine & ginger steamed Lala is also really good. There is only one other place that can rival the one served here and that is only cause I grew up eating the one from somewhere else. But here, they do this dish justice because there's a really good punch of flavours in the sauce - it's almost the same as the fish except sweeter from the amount of wine. 

 
Then there's the steamed mince pork with salted fish. This brought back so many memories because my grandma made something similar for me as a kid and I loved it. Just having a nice plate of hot rice and this plus the sauce ladled over it brought back many nostalgic feelings.

 
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Roast meats Smile Nov 23, 2015   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood | Noodles

I've seen this restaurant several times now, especially after finish doing my grocery shopping at Jaya Grocers. But then whenever I walk by I see a lot of people especially during lunch or dinner rush hour which tells me that the food is pretty good.

Plus the several hunks of roasted duck and char siew hanging at the glass window always seem to be super delicious but I have yet to try it until recently. With mom, we ventured to Village Roast Duck for some good roast meats which means I got to try more things.

 
For me, I got the Dried Wanton Noodles with Char Siew. A little more expensive than those you can usually get at a local coffee shop, however I think there is a good reason for that. The noodles were nice and al-dente mixed with a very good flavoured sauce.

Then the char siew was so so so so so amazing plus there's a bigger portion of it than what we can usually get elsewhere without ordering an extra plate. This was so good that we ordered another plate of it just to share.For mom, she got the same dried noodles except she got roasted duck instead. This was also a good choice because the meat was nice and juicy without being overly dry. Plus the skin is nicely crisp without a too much fat. So having this with the dried al-dente noodles was quite satisfying.

We would most definitely be back to try other things from the menu. The one that we are looking forward to the most is the wantons which we left out because we would rather have an extra plate of noodles with char siew instead.
 
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Eccentric Smile Nov 23, 2015   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

Although this isn't the place one would expect to get very delicious meals, considering the location and also the decor of the restaurant is just simple. But it was discovered by my mother when she was around the area for work and had lunch here, finding a very chatty boss plus rather odd mixture of ingredients that turns out pretty good.

 
The one thing that's a favourite and must order at KIP Seafood is the Salted Egg Yolk Pumpkin. Its amazing because the pumpkin is braised till its nicely tender then coated with a thick layer of salted egg yolk mixed with some curry leaves to give it an extra depth of flavour. This is really good and everyone that tries this is always pleasantly surprised.

 
Kailan Stir-Fried with Yam. This is also something that made me a little confused when it came recommended by the chef. But it is very good because the flavour of the sauce is incredibly interesting plus the yam is always nicely braised so it's just tender.

 
Then there's the Fish stir-fried with scallions and black dace sauce. This is definitely one of my top three orders when we dine here because it has everything that I like. Usually it is deep fried fish head which is also pretty good but lack meat so we swap that for actual fish fillets instead. Perfectly salted and have just enough of black dace to give an extra flavour, plus the scallions give a nice spring bite too.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  salted egg yolk pumpkin
 
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