Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Now....finally I got it! I read the articles on 21st Dec (Guang Ming) and came to know about this HK tang yuan is now available at Aik Hwa (益华茶室) @ Perak Road.
NOW is RM2 per bowl. Every bowl got two big ones (one stuffed with zi1 ma2 (芝麻), one stuffed with peanut (花生), two small plain one and pek kuey.
姜汤 (What a NICE pic uh?! Hahahaha! So puas! :)
Time : 6.30-10.30p.m. (off Mon)
Location: It is located just opposite the market. You know....the coffee shop that offered the best stingray fish (!) for econonic rice during lunch hour.
Ark Tui Mee Sua @ Jelutong Pasar (afternoon until night)It's such a pity that we didn't have the chance to sit there and 'enjoy sweating' while eating the ark tui mee sua. Ta pao back home loh.
Ark Tui Mee Sua
Ark Tao Mee Sua (a lot of stuffs for you to 'chng')
Again....memory......My Always-No-One Ark Tui Mee Sua is at Jelutong Pasar!
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
It's been almost 3 years since we last visited here. Its glory has faded but still survived lah.
Kam Pou Mai Fun
We managed to try out this stall which is famous for its Roti Cheese Nan @ SS24 at PJ (behind Lim Kok Wing institute).
Roti Cheese Nan RM5 (?!)
Mee raja with chicken and duck. RM20.
My other lucky star struck me while shopping ! *wink*
We simply chose one restaurant one lah.
The slogan said so," You can see our delicacy, you can feel our sincerity".
"Eventhough it's just a mouthful of soup, we have combined all our painstaking efforts, merely to bring it to perfection".
sui kao with handmade noodles
Minced pork with handmade noodles
The gang favoured this chilli paste very much!
Monday, December 24, 2007
Yeah, that was because we stayed at Berjaya TimesSquare Hotel. We got no ways to cari makan except jalan kaki to the nearest ones while the rests were still sleeping.
Sua Tu Bak
Pak Sou Kong.
This meal with drinks+ fruits costed us ~RM50+. OK lah.
One of the lucky things during this short Bkt Tinggi -KL trip was this.
We accidentally bumped into this stall for supper. (Hey, reaching there almost 2.am. leh, surely hungy lah, hai mai sin?! :) )
The chilli putting in a clay pot like this, hmm....so ko-cha-bi feel heh?!
The ngao-yuk balls (beef) - yummy-licious! The soup also got very strong beef taste one leh.
The noodles sooooo halus.
The chyuu-yok balls (pork). For me, I personally felt that this one was not as good as the beef one lah.
It was later then only I found out from L*na that this Ngao Kei was actually a famous stall leh :) . See? we were lucky lah!
We 7x went on last Tue night (straight after work). We couldn't afford to postpone another week again, (in fact couldn't wait any longer already) as the email forwarded by the ipoh-mari guy was so tempting. Each of us ordered the set RM16.90++. The set came with drink, soup (I ordered oxtail, the rest ordered the signature mushroom soup), main course and free flow of ice cream.
Yah, from the pic above, you should know well that the marinara seafood spaghetti was mine!
One piece of advice : Don't cho gao gao go and order anything not stated in the menu har! :) Ya, poor guy who ordered the cordon bleu chicken.
Sunday, December 02, 2007
Here you go the Tao Yuan morning tea!
man min (焖面)
char hor fun
I couldn't help but smile looking at the pics! Hiak! :)
Most of us ordered the sets one.
The chic and pork - both were very salty loh. The miso soup OK. The dessert only got red bean paste, no CHOICE one. Then green tea, no refill one also.