A popular snack in both Malaysia and Singapore
An aromatic cup using local house blend of 100% Robusto, rendering a much fruitier and acidic palate.
Personally I enjoyed the cold version more as the engaging coffee flavor still remained robustly throughout without getting too diluted by the iced cubes.
The ideal thirst-quencher during such sultry weather.
Essentially coffee mixs with milk tea for a smoother nuance, just like how our locals love it!
Let’s first start off with Sarawak Noodles stall, shall we? ^^
Springy homemade noodles that are flavorfully paired with minced chicken meat, fried wanton, sturdy siew pak choy and fragrant fried chopped garlic. A fairer rendition from Sarawak than our common dark sauce wantan noodles.
A toothsome bowl of laksa that is much heavier on the spice taste, contrary to the more piquant Penang’s version. Prawns are delightfully fresh and chewy, along juicy laces of chicken breast.
Bounteous filling that comes with assorted veggies and also Chinese sweet turnip in each dumpling, giving our taste bud a tickle of bursting flavor in the mouth.
Now, it’s time to whet the palate with some mouthwatering and famous Penang hawker food delivered authentically from the Pearl of the Orient.
Lorong Seratus Tahun- Authentic Penang cuisine, am sure this brand is already widely known among us (=
An epitome serving of your slurpy-licious chee cheong fun that comes accompanied with the pungent prawn paste (some might not like it as it’s more of an acquired taste) as well as chili relish for added spice!
Strands of silken noodles swimming brightly in the saporous curry gravy, together with tasty companion of prawns, chicken meat, cockles (depends on availability), and not forgetting its homemade chilli paste that enhances the overall flavor. Slightly thinker than the Sarawak Laksa as the former has been added with coconut milk.
Fret not, as Food Clans has it covered under its belt too.
LST FRIED KOAY TEOW (MYR 12.90)
A plate of translucent noodles stir-fried till fragrant and dished up full of ‘wok hei’ to titillate your tummy more.
Last but not least, a quick glimpse of the popularly recognized dish from Indonesia- Ayam Di Penyet.
Authentic Indonesian smashed fried chicken specially relived from East Jawa. Chicken thigh is still tender even after deep-fried till golden brown, decently marinated with herbs and served up with the challenging belacan past. Seriously, if you have a faint tongue, do go easy on this seemingly unintimidating sauce, as it can get really spicy to the level of numbness at times, haha. So be prepared to sweat!
Cheers for now and follow us at Carpe Diem for more ‘food-ful’ discoveries! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤
Location: LG-01, GTower , 199, Jalan Tun Razak, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +6012 2383866
Operation hours: Mon-Fri (7am-8pm)
Date of Visit: Aug 24, 2015
Value for Money4
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