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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 | Noodles

 
My girls and I went all the way to SS 15 for this bowl of Pork Noodles with Soup just because Ezy was highly recommending it.

Honestly, I never loved Pork Noodles because of the strong taste, until I tried the one at Ooi Noodle House. I’m not quite sure how the boss cooks the soup, but I thought the smell was really good. I didn’t add an egg for my bowl of noodles because Ezy said it wouldn’t taste the same. It would no longer be original. I asked one without any pork intestines and whatnot because I never eat those.

Anyway, it’s really highly recommended like what I was told! There’s no heavy, smelly taste, but the broth was unexplainably good. So heavenly good especially for pork lovers! Priced at RM6.00, the standard was way more than what I expected, so it’s pretty fine.

By the way, during my visit, only this particular stall was opened while the others were closed, yet the restaurant was still filled with people eating food served from the same stall. Imagine it!
 
Date of Visit: May 30, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM6(午餐)

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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Noodles | Private Party

The Street Cafe at Asian Avenue, Sunway Pyramid, is a place that serves the simplest and most common Korean street food like ramyeon, tteokbokki, bibimbap, and many more. I’ve been to the same place for several times. It wouldn’t be my favorite place to go, but whenever I run out of idea for a place for food, I would still choose this.

 

 
Don and I were both in the mood to eat bibimbap, so he ordered BBQ Chicken Bibimbap, while I ordered Tuna Bibimbap to be slightly adventurous. Both were quite similar, except that they contained different meats. One thing to be noted though, was that the sauce was extremely spicy. As soon as I finished my meal (well, I didn’t really finish it because the portion was too big, so Don handled the remaining rice), I was the one refilling his cup of Iced Korean Tea again and again to reduce the spiciness in his mouth, and I had to drink a little to help myself at the same time.

Perhaps you should ask to separate the sauce so that you could add it based on your own preference.
 
Date of Visit: May 28, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM22(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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Categories : Western variety | Café | Sweets/Snack | Desserts

Before Nadeje finally opened its outlet in Petaling Jaya, I had been trying different types of Original Mille Crepe from one place to another, and I concluded that Arthur's Hokkaido Mille Crepe Cake served the best one among all. Or should I say that its Original Mille Crepe is the only edible one compared to all that I have tried? Ever since I visited Nadeje, I now have two options for a piece of Original Mille Crepe!

 

 
As I put a mouthful of my Original Mille Crepe into my mouth, I could instantly feel the many layers of the cake, and I immediately fell in love in the cake. However, a layer of sugar was added on top, making it slightly too sweet for my liking. It’s actually the texture that I like, whereas for the one available at Arthur's Hokkaido Mille Crepe Cake, it’s the taste that attracts me.

 
Don, who always loves to be adventurous, had their Cheese Mille Crepe. Personally, I wouldn’t even recommend this because I would only go for Original Mille Crepe, but Don said that it was good. The feeling was there, and it has very strong smell of cheese.

 
We shared a cup of Iced Hazelnut Café at RM8.80. It literally burned a big hole in our pocket. I wouldn’t think it was worth the price, since it was merely okay as a cup of coffee.

During our visit, we had to queue for quite a while since it was a Sunday. The shop wasn’t spacious, so it was quite pack, and the tables available indoor are very limited. We eventually had to sit outside and dealt with the cigarette smell and hot weather. Hence, if you hate to be in such situation, I would suggest you to bring it back home and enjoy it in a better environment, unless if you’re lucky enough to grab a seat in the shop itself. Price wise, the cakes were priced similarly to the other competitors so I was fine with it.
 
Date of Visit: May 26, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM14(下午茶)

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Categories : Malaysian variety | Restaurant | Nasi Lemak

The only branch of Nyonya Colors that I have visited before this was in 1 Utama Shopping Centre. My impression on that particular branch is never negative, regardless of the fact that it tends to run out of seats most of the time. That indicates good food! Since Don had never once tried their food, we decided to visit the one in Genting Highlands when we discovered it in First World Plaza.

 
Kuih Ketayap. It is one of the most common Malay desserts in Malaysia, made of a piece of green pancake wrapping a huge bunch of caramelized, grated coconut flesh. You should never miss it, especially now when there will be several streets selling Malay food due to Hari Raya Puasa.

To save the best for the last, although it is weird to eat it in such a way, I love to dig out and finish the coconut flesh before eating the green pancake, because I always love pancakes like this.

 
Kuih Talam. My top favorite! The top layer in white is made of coconut milk and the bottom layer is made of pandan. It really has very strong fragrance of coconut and pandan. And when I say it’s very strong, it’s really, really, REALLY very strong and heavenly good! The saltiness of the top layer blended well with the bottom layer and made it less sweet.

I actually ordered another one when Don went to place his second order. Hehe!

 
Pulut Tai Tai. The glutinous rice is colored with some bluish liquid extracted from a type of plant. This dessert is very famous in Peranakan or Nyonya cuisine, and it should never go wrong with some good kaya.

 
Nasi Lemak Packet. It is just an ordinary typed of packed Nasi Lemak that came together with sambal, peanuts and anchovies, and half of a hard-boiled egg. Don had it, and it wasn't filling enough for his tummy, so he proceeded to the second option.

 
Teh Tarik. It tasted like an ordinary cup of Teh Tarik, and I thought it was good to have it as my brunch along with the delicious food.

 
Roti Jala with Curry Chicken. It definitely wasn't my first time to have this as my meal at Nyonya Colors, because they’re always too good. The Roti Jala was soft and springy, and its texture was very similar to the green pancake that I mentioned previously. Dip it with the curry and you’re good to go! The best thing of all? They never served me with chicken breast. It’s always either drumstick or chicken thigh.

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Yellow Laksa. This was Don's second option. I couldn't really describe the taste because it wasn't quite explainable. Was it ginger? I am not too sure. Nevertheless, the sambal was extremely spicy to the extent that his sweat poured down his face like tap water, on a cold weather.

Since the foods available in First World Plaza are always overpriced and disappointing, you should consider paying a visit to this outlet for food with much better quality. Highly recommended indeed!
 
Date of Visit: Mar 27, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM24(午餐)

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