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Jiamin
This is Jiamin living in Kuala Lumpur. I am a StudentI like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur, Subang, Petaling Jaya. Korean, Japanese, Italian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Café, Restaurant and Buffet, BBQ, Seafood.
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

 
Wantan Soup. I wasn't very hungry when I went to the restaurant with one of my friends, so I decided to order something light. It wasn't really light though, because it was covered with a layer of oil when it was served, as you can see from the picture, and there're 10 dumplings filled with minced pork each. The vegetables were very difficult to be bitten because they're huge in size and, just hard. Generous amount of MSG was believed to be added as well.

This will never be something I would prefer, unless I run out of choice. Ugh!
 
Date of Visit: Sep 06, 2013 

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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
Iced Coffee and Iced Macau Milk Tea. To be very honest, they’re either tasteless or weird. The Iced Coffee was something that I would not be able to recognize if I did not look through the menu beforehand. It tasted like a cup of coffee mixed with something extra in order to enhance the taste yet it became a failure, and was served anyway.

 
Polo Pork Chop Bun.

 
Signature Pork Chop Bun.

Both of them were similar. The pork chops were harder than expected, to the extent that I actually got tired of biting when I was still far from finishing my meal. The bun for Signature Pork Chop Bun was crispy and hard, creating yet another disaster for my meal of the day. The only thing I would prefer was the polo bun, because it was softer with some slight sweetness in it.

As I walked out of the restaurant, I turned to my boyfriend and said, "I might return to this place again, only if I am really, really, really hungry, looking for a quick meal, and coincidentally passing by this area."
 
Date of Visit: Aug 25, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM14(午餐)

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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Dim sum

It was my second visit ever since 2008 or 2009, just because I wanted to see if they have improved. My answer? NEVER!

 
Prawn Fried Rice. It was tasteless. The prawns were merely cooked with pure boiling water, and the fried rice was completely tasteless, although egg is added.

 
Chicken Floss Fried Rice. This was slightly better than my Prawn Fried Rice, because of the chicken floss added on top. If we didn't mix everything together, it would be almost tasteless as well.

 
Hot Tea. I couldn't remember if we ordered Hot Green Tea or Chinese Tea, but I guess it was the former. It's just a cup of overpriced hot tea anyway.

The only good thing about it was that our table was situated at a place where we could watch the performances on the stage, which sort of made us forget about the disappointing, pricey food. I will be sure to never return to this restaurant ever again.
 
Date of Visit: Mar 26, 2013 

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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Noodles

 
Beef Ramen. My boyfriend, Don, ordered this for his love for beef. I never eat beef, so I could only tell that he commented that it was considerably good, although there’re plenty of rooms for improvement.

 
Spicy Chicken and Cha Shu Ramen. This is the reason why I said that I would not return to this restaurant ever again, unless if someday I have the feeling that I want to try their handmade ramen. Their cha shu was a disaster. It was too difficult to be bitten, honestly. I didn't like the taste of the bowl of ramen as well. It seemed to me that the bowl was stuffed with too many ingredients, affecting my appetite somehow.
 
Date of Visit: Jun 08, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM20(晚餐)

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Categories : Chinese | Café | Noodles

Don had to settle something regarding his convocation at The Otomotif College on that day, so we headed to SS 2 quite early in the morning. I could recall both of us searching around the area to decide on a place for breakfast. We were quite indecisive, because many restaurants were still closed or they did not operate on that day. So we ended up at Win Soon Cafe.

 
We shared a cup of Hot White Coffee at RM3.00. My mum could make one of her own at much lower price. It tasted just like 3-in-1 coffee, but highly priced.

 
I had Fish Head Meehoon at RM9.50, simply because I would always go for the most original version for its taste. Guess what? It tasted like an overpriced bowl of noodles with fried fish. I could always have something similar at any other restaurants at around RM5.00!

 
Don had their Fish Paste Sotong Ball and Fish Head Meehoon. I’m not sure about the ingredients, but the soup wasn’t even close to good. Meh!

I will be sure not to return to this cafe ever again, and surely, I wouldn’t even want to recommend this restaurant to anyone at all. Huge disappointment!
 
Date of Visit: May 28, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM13

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