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Catherinesee
This is Catherinesee living in Damansara (KL). I am a Regional Sales I like to hang out in Bandar Utama, Kota Damansara, Damansara Town Centre. Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Mexican are my favorite cuisines. I also love Food court, Restaurant and Steaks / Chops, Porridge.
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Khuntai Thai Restaurant  Smile Feb 05, 2014   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Seafood | Noodles

At first we came all the way to Raja Uda to eat the famous Koay Teow Ting at 7 Village Noodle but the shop was closed by 5pm so we ended up at Khuntai which has a very village feel. We ordered the spicy red seafood tom yam soup. The tom yam was very worth it as although it cost RM 23, the portion was very big and there was a lot of octopus inside.

I should not have ordered Steamed Octopus (RM14) I had known there was so much octopus inside the tom yam soup. But the steamed octopus sauce was incredible and sour.

Since we wanted to keep some space for supper later, we ordered the Prawn Claypot Glass Noodle (RM18) which was just ok. The noodles was cooked in quite dark sauce.

The Thai coconut was also very sweet. I ordered the warm chrysanthemum which luckily was not that sweet.

There were also an auto and also some decorations on display so patrons can take pictures.
The ambience

The ambience

 
Prawn Claypot Glass Noodles

Prawn Claypot Glass Noodles

 
Steamed Octopus

Steamed Octopus

 
Tom Yam

Tom Yam

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Tom Yam,Steamed Octopus
 
Date of Visit: Feb 02, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately RM65

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 4  |  
Value for Money
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Winter Warmers @ Auto City Smile Feb 04, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Pizza/Pasta | Juices / Bubble Tea / Tea / Yogurt | Sweets/Snack

This is my first time going to Auto City. The Shop in a park experience was incredible. Strolling through the park and shopping was a fun and green experience. The stuff here is quite cheap and reasonable too. There was also a sale for clothes and handbags everywhere.

Anyway, finally we ended up at Winter Warmers since my friend has never been here. The English ambience was great to pair with my white dress on that day.

We ordered the Rose Cocktail which my friend love so much. The drink had a nice fragrant taste and was not sour or bitter at all. My friend said the taste is addictive. Cocktail here is without preservative and not in syrupy form.

I ordered hot Irish Cream Latte which came in a very huge mug. The tea taste was also strong. The mug was very beautiful and had a drawing of old English women drinking tea stylishly. I would try to buy the mug for myself but not from this restaurant as the Barbie cup and saucer itself cost RM 99.

We ordered the Banana Chocolate Waffle with very dark chocolate ice-cream. The waffle was not crispy enough though.
Iced rose berry cocktail (RM12.90)

Iced rose berry cocktail (RM12.90)

 
Banana Chocolate Waffle (RM 15.90)

Banana Chocolate Waffle (RM 15.90)

 
Irish Cream Latte (RM9.90)

Irish Cream Latte (RM9.90)

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Rose berry cocktail,Irish Cream Latte
 
Date of Visit: Feb 02, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately RM45

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 5  |  
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Dining by the sea Smile Sep 14, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Malaysian variety | Western variety | Food court | Noodles

Dining by the sea, with the sea breeze entering your nose and the wind blowing your hair away like the movies, the salty sea a wonderful sensation and the sight of the sea delightful to the eye. All these sums up each experience to Northam Beach Cafe.

Especially incredible is the cheapest Chicken Pot Pie with thick mushroom carrot soup set meal with any choice of appetizers and cake desserts. They are famous for crepe cakes which I have tried several times. This time there was chocolate Paris Brest cake which was smooth. There was potato salad with croutons.

I used to like the seafood crab Nyonya mee but I guess it was closed down and sold to a stall selling Mexican fajitas which were not bad. I tried toastadas with salsa sauce and prawns at rm 12.80.

Mum was fascinated by the stall selling Conk Thing or Kacang Tumbuk (grounded peanuts) where one can see the stuff made live by the expert chef. Mum is definitely not a person easily fascinated!

An additional bonus would be frequenting this big food court makes one feel like eating everything, plus there are international cuisine from western to Chinese, Filipino, Mexican, German, Japanese, Sarawakian, Hong Kong etc...
Toastadas

Toastadas

 
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Chicken pot pie set, Paris Brest cake

Chicken pot pie set, Paris Brest cake

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Chicken pot pie,Paris Brest,Mexican toastadas
 
Date of Visit: Sep 14, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM22

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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam | Noodles

I have tried so many Char Koay Teow everywhere but I would say this is the best so far. At About RM 3.80, it is well worth the price as it comes with big prawns and octopus. This stall has also won many contests.

The Siamese laksa can be ordered mixed with sour laksa and the outcome is awesome. The laksa only costs RM 3 more or less. Also one could add in crispy fried popiah or prawn fritters. Today I discovered there was an addition of tasty kerabu bihun which has big prawns and the cheapest at only RM 2 which is cheaper than the one inside Pulau Tikus market.

Ever since I was young, me and mum would frequent this coffee shop. In the past, there were only three hawker stalls selling laksa, char koay teow and nyonya economy rice but now the number of stalls have increased to stalls selling chicken rice, wantan mee etc which I am yet to taste as I just stay loyal to the char koay teow and laksa.

Do note that it is only open from 11am till late afternoon.
Laksa and crispy popiah is a great combo

Laksa and crispy popiah is a great combo

 
Best seafood char koay teow

Best seafood char koay teow

 
Best seafood char koay kak - RM4.30

Best seafood char koay kak - RM4.30

 
Siamese laksa

Siamese laksa

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Char Koay Teow,Laksa
 
Date of Visit: Sep 14, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM3(午餐)

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Value for Money
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Categories : Italian | Café | Pizza/Pasta | Burgers / Sandwiches

Though I am a Penangite, I rarely scour the restaurants and quaint restaurants in Georgetown, perhaps because I rarely hangout there and family outings usually involve places in Bayan Lepas area since we do not favour jams in town. So I would not have discovered Pik Nik at Nagore Road if not for a school reunion with my ex-classmates there.

The savoury waffles are a great change to the normal jam and ice-cream waffles though a a slightly higher price than those jam waffles you get at RM 2 at the malls. These cost RM 16 per plate, at very minuscule sizes.

The salmon and scrambled eggs, and also bacon waffles were quite tasty. I ordered a Waffle Burger which was just two waffles sandwiching some food in between.

I did not taste the coffee since I try to avoid too much coffee at night just in case I could not sleep. But I love the Passionfruit Yoghurt drink, which again for a strictly fussy yoghurt person like me who is sensitive towards yoghurt smell, was actualy tasty though expensive at RM 9 or RM 10.
Bacon and eggs waffles that look like breakfast

Bacon and eggs waffles that look like breakfast

 
Bacon with scrambled eggs

Bacon with scrambled eggs

 
Signature Passionfruit Yoghurt Blend

Signature Passionfruit Yoghurt Blend

 
Fillet Fish Waffle Burger

Fillet Fish Waffle Burger

 
Wacky ambience

Wacky ambience

 

 

 
Jenga to play with friends

Jenga to play with friends

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Bacon with Waffles,Passionfruit Yoghurt
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM30

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Value for Money
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