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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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Kueh Chap  OK Feb 04, 2014   
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As my friend is really into kueh chap back in Penang and KL, therefore, we try to search for the similar fare but served with some twist in recipe perhaps over here in Kuching? : )

This dish is served in a brown soup with herb flavour, along with pork internal organs as well as some pieces of chee cheong fun-like skin. Taste wise is quite normal, and doesn’t leave much impact. Perhaps more or less the same methodology in West Malaysia.

 

 

 

 
 
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Char Koay @ Swee Kang Ais Kacang OK Jan 21, 2014   
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Now that it was another far surprise that we found here, Char Koay or widely known to West Malaysian as Fried Radish Cake. Ingredients used are more or less the same like egg, bean sprouts and rice cake, just that it differed in the way it was dished out. At one glance it could be mistaken as Fried Oyster instead as that was what I usually seen back in Penang, lol. Alright, taste wise I would still rate normal as I found it still lack of ‘wok hei’ lol

 
 
Date of Visit: Jan 01, 2014 

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You could also find Rojak served at this local restaurant too. But of course, no way to be compared to those in Penang or Kuala Lumpur for the ingredients used were slightly different in a way of two. Sauce used was less pungent, didn’t looks like prawn paste, perhaps it was inhouse made. Fruits wise, you would find u cubes of pineapples, cucumber, fried fritters and bean curd, lesser varieties that I have seen so far. I guess it was another so-so dish to me .

 
 
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ABC @ Swee Kang Ais Kacang OK Jan 21, 2014   
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It was my first trip to actually leaved my footprint in Kuching, Sarawak.

Thanks to a local buddy of my friend who brought us to this humble restaurant who seems to be patronized by lots of youngster staying in the vicinity.

We kicked off with the famous dessert served here, special ABC. From its simple presentation, it could be better took off as cendol due to the blandness of shaved ice. But hidden at the bottom of the ice bed was actually some mixture like sweet corns, jellies and some dices of watermelon surprisingly! Haha….. Overall, I think it was quite a normal dessert but unique to this town.

 

 
 
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Finally another around of enjoying a hearty bowl of Kolo Mee, made authentically over here in Sarawak : ) The noodles have the expected springy texture with mild eggy aroma, coupled with their in house gravy to sorta moist up the noodles. A simple fare like this goes well with some juicy minced pork meat and also some inviting slices of char siew to spice it up further. Anyway, this local delicacy looks almost the same to me, regardless we have it from other restaurants at Pandungan area. Wonder if they source their noodles from the same supplier lol

 

 

 
 
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