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RelishByRae
This is RelishByRae living in Damansara (KL). I work in Petaling Jaya (South). I like to hang out in Damansara (PJ), Damansara (KL). Japanese, Western variety, Mexican are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant and Steaks / Chops, Seafood, Desserts.
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Dining in 1940s Smile Jan 27, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Noodles | Dim sum

Nice setting, clean restaurant, food was average.

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Hot flowing custard bun aka liu sha bao.

Hot flowing custard bun aka liu sha bao.

 
Hot flowing custard bun aka liu sha bao. It is filled with salted egg york custard in liquid form, the custard smelled and tasted good.
Fried noodles with seafood

Fried noodles with seafood

 
Fried noodles with seafood. There's plenty of seafood and the portion is good enough for 2 pax if you plan to try out other food. RM 18.80.
Soup dumpling aka xiao long bao

Soup dumpling aka xiao long bao

 
Soup dumpling aka xiao long bao.
Fried rice cake - not recommended

Fried rice cake - not recommended

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  fried noodles with seafood,
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM30(午餐)

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Great Caffeine Fix Smile Dec 18, 2013   
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Categories : Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Sweets/Snack

 
Walking in the café, there are many espresso makers and grinder lining up on my right side. And there is an island in front of us that we can sit on, but we chose the little lounge sofa on the left side that looks much more comfortable. We were lucky to get the chance to explore the espresso makers, beans and tools in the café a little since there was barely any customer around. If you are looking for an espresso maker or grinder for your home or office, you may want to drop by HotShots as they carry several good one here.

 
Latte is good, my all time favourite.

 
The hot fluffy raisin scone was good! It is served with premium jam, strawberries and thickened cream. I like the cranberries that are sprinkled on the plate. The scone was warm and soft, it smelled good, too.

 
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Recommended Dish(es):  coffee,belgian waffle,scones
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM20(其他)

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Juicy Pork Stay Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Food court | BBQ

I have preference in heavier flavour marinated barbeque meat (more turmeric and spices please!) or satay in Malay language, serves with slightly spicy and not too salty fresh peanut sauce. Unfortunately, it is not easy to find the perfect combination of both in every hawker stalls. And yes, most hawker stalls serve satay, but the good one is always hard to find.

I was lucky to stumble upon this great stall in the famous SS2 food court or what the local calls as ‘Wai Sek Kai’. Lim BBQ satay is the name to locate and it is just a few stalls away from the always-long-queue nasi lemak stall.

 
Lim BBQ satay comes in 5 pieces in each set of selection with prices range from RM 4.50 to RM 6.00. I simply love their pork satay for its tenderness and flavour. They are generous enough to marinate the meat with great amount of right spices to bring out the flavour of the barbeque meat and yet you can still savour the taste of the meat. They are prepared in well proportion. It is definitely a must try food there, much better than the pork satay I had way back when I visited Malacca (Melaka).

I wanted to order the BBQ pork intestine but it was out. So, if you crave for satay next time, do visit this little stall that serves big satay! Try out the pork intestine and let me know if it is good. Enjoy!

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Recommended Dish(es):  pork satay
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM6(晚餐)

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Tai Lei Loi Kei is among the famous cafés in Macau serving the popular pork chop bun. It is located in Taipa, Macau. The bun is baked daily on a charcoal grill, making it crispy outside, soft inside, which is definitely one of the many reasons why it is so popular.

 
Unlike the original café in Macau, which appears to be another typical Chinese coffee shop, the outlet in IOI boulevard is much modern looking and air-conditioned. In fact, it looks no different than the other self-service fast food restaurants you have came across.

It is a family café that serves a limited but good enough selection for both adults and kids. There are several set meals available, like the signature pork chop bun, polo pork chop bun, noodles with pork chop or chicken wings, supreme pork chop rice, curry fish ball or chicken wings, that all comes with a drink at your choice of either coffee or milk tea. And you get to top up RM 3.50 for the sawdust cake aka serradura with any order of value set meal. You also get to add on cheese, ham, luncheon meat, chicken wing or fish ball for the different set meals you would order.

 
pork chop polo bun

pork chop polo bun

 
Apart from the must-try milk tea and signature pork chop, you might also want to try serradura, a heavenly dessert that I like it so much.

I ordered a set of polo pork chop bun that comes with drink and top up a serradura, all in came at about RM 18. I'm glad they open a few outlets here, at least I don't have to fly all the way to Macau for my favourite serradura and pork chop bun.

Read more at http://relishbyrae.blogspot.com/2013/10/tai-lei-loi-kei-ioi-boulevard-puchong.html

 
Recommended Dish(es):  pork chop bun,serradura,milk tea
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM18(晚餐)

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Categories : Vietnamese | Café | Noodles

Food hunting at Setia Walk Puchong, which is full of eateries, is unquestionably a fun thing to do.

 
Absolute Viet is another great place to fix your craving for Vietnamese food and the best thing about this Vietnamese restaurant is you pay a little for a pleasant atmosphere and good food. Isn’t that great?

They serve a few signature Vietnamese drinks like lemongrass and drip coffee, both are good, but I had Jasmine tea this rainy evening as I needed a hot drink to warm me up. It came with a little tea pot and cup set and being a miniature collector, I just can’t resist anything that’s small and cute.

 
A big surprise I found in Absolute Viet when I see they serve tomato noodle soup! Frankly, that is the main reason we give it a try the first time we walked into this restaurant. That reminds me of my Vietnamese friend making me an authentic Vietnamese noodles with plenty of crab meat in tomato soup while I was visiting her in the United States, and it is very difficult to find a Vietnamese restaurant serving this since I return. At the price of only RM 9.90, I find it has similar taste of what I called the original, it is a little sour and mild in spiciness. I’m sure the taste would be further enhanced if they could replace the chicken with seafood (and that for sure will change the price as well); still it’s a very good and appetizing noodle soup, also my all-time favourite.
Tomato noodle soup

Tomato noodle soup

 
We also ordered the popular lemongrass pork chop with rice and it didn’t disappoint us as the pork was tender, juicy, the taste and smell was good as they put really good portion of lemongrass and seasoning in marinating it. I think it costs about RM 13.90 for this and that’s reasonable.
Grilled pork chop with rice

Grilled pork chop with rice

 
It is always satisfying dining at Absolute Viet for the mouth-watering side dishes and scrumptious main course at very affordable price. A simple meal with 2 healthy main course and drinks would probably be around RM 30 or less, I call that an affordable damage especially when we are offered such comfortable, air-conditioned setting with music and pleasant service. This was the third visit to Absolute Viet and I know I am happy to be their regular customer.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  tomato noodles soup
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM15(午餐)

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