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yuenpy
This is yuenpy living in Kemuning. I am a StudentI like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur, Damansara (PJ), Damansara (KL). Japanese, Chinese, Korean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Restaurant and Burgers / Sandwiches, Dim sum.
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Dry Kuay Teow  Smile Sep 26, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam | Noodles

 
I personally prefer the dry one instead of the soup version and I also prefer to eat kuay teow noodles instead as I felt the flat nature of the noodles goes really well with the dark soya sauce. Topped with lots of minced meat and spring onion, the bowl of noodles are also served with a small bowl of soup with pork meat as an addition. This restaurant really is a great place to have brunch since its near my house ^^
 
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Lou Shu Fan Soup Smile Sep 26, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam | Noodles

 
Lou Shu Fan, also known as silver needle noodles is a popular needles that mostly goes together with pork soup. It is short, about 5 cm long and 5 mm in diameter and it has a white semi-transparent colour. Here it is cooked together in a pork base sop and is topped with minced pork and lots of spring onions. The lou shu fan noodles always sold out quite fast so its best to head down to the shop early if you want to specifically eat lou shu fan noodles lol
 
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The Imbiss Club OK Sep 26, 2013   (Related Review)
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A really basic club sandwich! I was very surprised to see them serving such a large portion oh my gosh. Consisting of turkey ham, smoked beef, fried egg, cheese, tomato, lettuce and tartar sauce. The entire combination of all the ingredients was very good and it all blended really well as a sandwich! The portions was super large too =00

For a price of RM14, I think its super worth it! It was so large in size that I ended up not finishing it and had to pack it back home. If you add RM3, you'd get some fries and a cup of soft drink too lol
 
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12' Footlong XXL Jawbreaker OK Sep 26, 2013   
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Bf decided to order this and we were so super shocked when it came =OOO
Because it was so huge!! It was literally 12' footlong, lol. From the looks of it, the sausage seemed to be topped with a huge chunk of mozarella cheese and chopped onions. The sausage is pretty basic.. tasted like a normal one except its portion and even thickness is larger than anyone else. The beef tomato sauce present was on the other hand, bland.
 
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Portuguese Grilled Fish Smile Sep 26, 2013   
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This stall in the middle of Petaling Street's Chinatown has been around for decades, and my parents love their food alot. Even if it isn't really aunthetic Portuguese cuisine lol.

 
The preparation method takes quite a bit of time so do visit when you're willing to wait! Most of the ingredients are chucked into aluminum foil, and then cooked over charcoal fire. Served in a foil-wrapped piece, it opens up to show your freshly hot grilled fish in a spicy ginger sauce. You can choose what type of fish you want or what type of vegetables for it to go with.

 
That's how big the fish meat was! Very worthy meal indeed.
 
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