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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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Relaxation with Caramel Macchiato Smile Aug 08, 2013   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Halal | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

 
Caramel Macchiato is by far my only favourite beverage in any Starbucks Coffee outlets. Of the numerous outlets available within Subang Jaya or Bandar Sunway, I went to the one at Taylor's University because I was just staying around the area. Although this outlet has always been popular only among the students in the campus, the services provided are still good. It is a great place for revisions as well!

Anyway, Starbucks Coffee has stated that Caramel Macchiato is "freshly steamed milk with vanilla-flavored syrup, marked with espresso and finished with caramel sauce". I could hardly explain why I love this cup of coffee among the plenty of beverages available in the outlet. It was introduced to me by a girl friend of mine who happened to be a frequent customer of Starbucks Coffee, when I was still new to Starbucks Coffee. Perhaps it's the light coffee taste that attracts me, or is it the caramel? Also, whenever I asked for extra caramel, the staffs will generously add more caramel for me.

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Recommended Dish(es):  Caramel Macchiato
 
Date of Visit: Jul 06, 2013 

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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Nasi Lemak

 
Iced Soya Bean. From the picture posted, it may seem to be served in a reasonably reasonable portion. In fact, at RM3.00 per cup of Iced Soya Bean, I thought it wasn't quite worth it. Taste wise, my boyfriend, Don, commented that it was still considered okay.

 
My Toast with Kaya and Butter at RM2.80. The only reason I visit Su Kitchen is when I need to grab something from Kepong Village Mall, and when I need a place for tea break. Thus, this will be the only thing I order, with or without half boiled egg depending on the visiting time. It's definitely not the best toast with kaya and butter in town, but the location is more convenient compared to the others.

 
His French Toast. It's quite good without the butter, honestly, although it was considerably ordinary. A layer of peanut butter was spread in the middle of the toast, and it was fried with egg and covered with honey before it was served. Priced at RM3.80, which is still within the standard, I thought it was something good for tea break.

The entire restaurant was almost empty during our visit. In fact, it has always been that empty. Still, they will always ensure good services to satisfy each and every customer's needs. This is probably another main reason why I am willing to visit this restaurant repeatedly.

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Date of Visit: Jul 21, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM6(下午茶)

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Categories : Vietnamese | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Seafood | Private Party

 
Premium Vietnamese Drip Coffee. We wanted to order some other types of coffee because they seemed to be more interesting. Unfortunately, they were no longer served during our visit. My comment about this? Ugh. Oh my. It was so extremely bitter no matter how much of condensed milk was added. I had to take a sip, and ate a little bit of condensed milk to balance the taste.

 
Vietnamese Summer Rolls / Fresh Rice Paper Rolls. I never like mint leaves, but this appetizer came together with mint leaves. Still, it wasn’t too strong and it was acceptable because the taste was somehow covered by the sauce (made of peanut, I guess). A good appetizer I would say!

 
BBQ Lemongrass Chicken Chop with Rice. Don had this. It was considerably good, or at least much better than what I had. The chicken chop was not perfectly done, but still okay, and the others were pretty normal.

 
Grilled Lemongrass Chicken with Dry Noodles. I am not quite sure about the name of my bowl of noodles. It was a Vietnamese salad that came together with noodles, vegetables, and two sticks of chicken satay. Two small sticks of chicken satay. And it was priced at RM16.90. Hm.

Although it was pricey, the environment and services were good. The waiters wouldn’t stop smiling.
 
Date of Visit: Jun 01, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM29(午餐)

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Categories : Malaysian variety | Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Noodles

 

 
Ribena Blended. Kah Mun ordered a cup of RM8.00 worth of Ribena Blended. It tasted like overpriced, sweetened Ribena, to be honest, but it sort of saved my life after I finished my cup of drink, just because I was too thirsty and I was too bloated to order another cup of drink.

 
Teh Tarik. This was mine. Personally, I thought it was a good cup of Teh Tarik, although I repeatedly became thirsty after a few minutes. It wasn’t too sweet, and it wasn’t anywhere close to tasteless either.

 
Triple H. Four of us ordered this sandwich and shared. Yes, it was a sandwich wrapped with a piece of fried egg, and it was filled with chicken meat. It may sound very ordinary and easy to be made. Still, I thought it was worth the price for its uniqueness. Or maybe not. The fragrance of the egg was really good, to the extent that we couldn’t help but to finish it before our own spaghetti were even ready to be served.

 
Carbonara Chicken Turkey Ham Spaghetti. This was my spaghetti, cooked together with classic bacon and egg with turkey ham in a super creamy sauce. Certainly, you can always choose between turkey ham, meatballs, or smoked duck. Compare it with the cup of Teh Tarik and imagine the size of the spaghetti!

One thing to be mentioned though, was their funny services. Rou Han ordered Olive Garlic Pasta with Beef, whereas my order was Carbonara Chicken Turkey Ham Spaghetti. The waiter actually reconfirmed our order prior to placing it at the counter. Yet, when the food was served, they got confused. They served me with beef and they served Rou Han with turkey ham. Hm.
 
Date of Visit: May 29, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM24(晚餐)

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Brunch at Mekong House Restaurant OK Jul 10, 2013   
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Categories : Vietnamese | Restaurant | Noodles

 
Iced Vietnamese Drip Coffee. This is probably the best Vietnamese Drip Coffee I have ever tried in Malaysia. Wait for the coffee to drip into the small glass, stir it well together with the condensed milk, and pour it skillfully (or it will be all over the table) into the bigger glass filled with ice. Take a sip before the ice starts to melt and enjoy the fragrance!

If you don’t want it to be overly sweet, do not stir all of the condensed milk together, and when you pour it into the bigger glass, do not pour the remaining condensed milk into it as well.

 
Fresh Spring Roll. I specifically ordered one without mint leaves, because I never like the taste of a mint leave. It was quite okay, although slightly tasteless. However, if you are perfectly fine with mint leaves, perhaps it would be a good starter for a meal.

 
Lemongrass Chicken with Rice. This is one of my favorite in Mekong House, and I wasn’t already new to it. The fragrance of lemongrass was always strong, with a little bit of spiciness. Still, I was never satisfied with the fact that the sauce was always too little, and chicken breast was usually served together instead of chicken thigh or drumstick.

Additionally, their waiters and some of the waitresses are extremely friendly. Of so many visits, I have never seen annoyed faces no matter how troublesome some of their customers were, and they’re always prepared to help anyone whenever necessary.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Vietnamese Drip Coffee
 
Date of Visit: May 29, 2013 

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