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WendyLee
This is WendyLee living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I am a MIS, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Petaling Jaya (North). Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Arabian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Bar & Pub, Café, Sporting and optimistic life philosopher and Desserts, Any delish food that is cheese-related.
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Lo Mai Kai Smile Aug 19, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Food court | Dim sum

Lo Mai Kai

You could also go for the much normal fare when landing at the land of Island of Pearl. There are quiet numerous stall over here that you could find to start your day on a smaller scale such as having a humble plate of Lo Mai Kai, a.k.a Glutinous Chicken Rice. It is steamed in a small roundish bowl while covering with a layer of aluminum foil to retain the heat. Upon request, they would be served upside down on the plate and there you have a nice serving of it. The rice is nicely seasoned with the savory condiments, alongside the tender chicken meat. Slices of mushroom also add some juiciness to it. Best eaten while hot with some chilli paste too lol

 

 
 
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Jawa Mee Smile Aug 19, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Food court | Seafood | Noodles

Jawa Mee

Another fare that remains to top favourite of dad is this Jawa Mee at Super Tanker food court. According to that, this humble stall has been here for quite some time and yet, still being followed by trail of its loyal fans. Guess my dad is one of them then tongue Basically, the noodles are served in a plate along with the many fresh ingredients, before it is slathered with in house special savory sauce. The sauce is in light orangey colour with some light sourness. Coupled with sliced cucumbers, turnips. eggs, fried fritters and some squeezes of lime juices, it is actually quite appetizing, although the gravy could be tad mucilaginous lol

 

 
 
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Char Mee Sua Smile Aug 19, 2013   
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Char Mee Sua

One would never be at loss thinking what to eat when you are in the land of Penang Island. Don’t belittle this normal market for you would be surprised to see throngs of people would be around for the food since early in the morning. As I just gotten back from Hatyai, before the next trip back to KL, suddenly there is a crave for fried food here and thus, a plate of fried vermicelli sounds good too lol It is fragrantly fried up with full of ‘wok hei’. The vermicelli is very springy, along with juicy prawns that comes with slight peppery taste. I guess it has the similar way of cooking the Char Koey Teow too, except that this is in the form of slimmer noodles. Now that it opens up one eyes that mee sua is not only taken when someone is under the weather but can be a great dish with some creative ideas lol

 

 
 
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Kopi-O OK Aug 19, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Food court

Local Black coffee or the commonly known as 'Kopi-O' has always been the favorite of my dad. No matter how i tempt him with milky latte or cappuccino beverage, still can't seem to fight with the dark coffee. Well, out of curiosity, i steal a few sips from him then, when dropping by for some tea time. It is definitely bold and black in colour. Out of some bitterness lies hints of sweetness from the sugar added. So when combined, you get to taste a sort of candied coffee but with the extra kick. Added with some ice cubes, makes a good drink. Anyway, still can't compete with my milky preference in drinks lol
 
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Halal

Ice Blended Pure Caramel

As for the friend who asked me to decide for him, so I called for the Ice Blended Pure Caramel from Coffee Bean. For him, I choose the coffee free range so that he could really enjoy the pure caramel beverage, and the whipping cream is excluded as well. Nevertheless, the cooling drink is still nice to go, with the candy fragrance from the caramel blending in smoothly with the cocoa mixture. It is not too sweet and done just nice. Still, I would prefer to go along with some whipping cream- my numero uno, to make it milkier, just the way I always love it, while enjoying the scenery comfortably through the glass doors lol

 

 

 
 
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