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18th Street Stewed Seafood Rice Restaurant , Puchong

This was Our first Visit to this Restaurant,The birthday girl books table for us to celebrate with her.....something special in here....Worth to visit.

This Was delicious Stir Vegetables....

Stewed Mix Seafood Soup


Here comes the birthday girl...the girl names Karen From Sibu , Kuching......haha
She arrange the dinner for all of us to meet up....
i'm kinda feel useless bcoz what they called me "Super organizer"but I didn't organizer for her...wuahahaha

18th Street Stewed Seafood Rice Restaurant

Mee Wah restaurant , Bidor

While On The Way Back to Ipoh From KL,I Gonna stop by at Bidor For This Mee Wah Wan ton mee... i Missed this shop Last time bcoz their was closed when i was there.... huhu
And the finally i can a have try here and it was my first visit anyway
i reach here during lunch hour and was full of people , its was been recommended by my friend...I'M always was A solo food hunter

Wonder no more as shrimps the size of a thumb wrapped in silky smooth dumpling skin is a regular feature at the Bidor Mee Wah Restaurant in Bidor , Stall owner Loke Mei Ying said filling the wantan with whole shrimp instead of chopped or ground shrimps helped to give it a crunchy texture.
“It allows one to taste the tenderness of the shrimp while relishing its natural texture,”
Loke, 42, who has been selling wantan noodles at the town for about 30 years now, said the whole shrimp wantans was well-received by her customers.
While Loke spends much attention on creating the special wantans, she does not neglect the quality …

Grandma Traditional Curry Laksa Mee , Ayer Itam , Penang

During Our visit to the Kek Lok Zi at Ayer Itam perhaps you won't wanted to miss the delicious Asam Laksa when sold beside the Market, but there is another more interesting story happening everyday

Two Granma who are more than 70's years old still running their Curry Mee business beside the bridge further up at the Ayer Itam Market Street.. The store is just right in front of a Church entrance, the place is always crowded with many visitors and customers after many reporters, TV, Blog and others media were here to interview them.

You might realize that there is not proper store for them operate their store daily, they only rely on the ground and small stools to cook and to serve their customers.....
They quite friendly and always do according to their customers request... 
For me,their curry mee is not the best, but somehow how they operate and the story behind which more attractive to me.After you order they will slowly cook and serve it to you, but you have to stand there to wai…

88 Food Court , Alor Setar

Otak Otak - The Taste was special added some kind of herb leaf Makes The Otak Otak more oHMMM...

Kuey Yeow Theng - Come With fishball and slice chicken , taste was really delicious...

Alor Setar Claypot Chicken Rice - About This Claypot rice , can tell you honestly , it's was horrible or maybe Tak BIASA their taste...maybe their own alor setar mouth taste...

Ikan Panggang 325 , Petaling Street

Portuguese grill fish 特色葡萄牙烧鱼
Hidden in the walkway next to Hong Leong Bank, the stall is famous for its hot and spicy Portuguese Grilled Fish. 

The fish is wrapped in aluminium foil with special homemade chili paste and grilled on the spot with charcoal fire when an order is placed. In addition to fish, you can also add in vegetables, prawns, squids, and so on to enhance your dining experience.

this famous stall at Petaling Street probably some 15 years ago and it wasn’t just a few weeks ago that I finally pay a return visit after all these while.

15 years ago, Petaling Street had no roof, the stall operators were mostly locals selling counterfeit products, and the Portuguese grill fish operation was a stall next to Hong Leong bank.
Today, the street has a shiny roof, stalls are manned by Banglasia ,Nepalsia and Myanmarsia selling the same counterfeit products.....

I got to inform that if you like to dine at this place you need to order or even book in advance, I would suggest an hour befor…

The Social Bistro & Bar , Bangsar

A perfect venue to social around! The Social- bar-restaurant-poolroom, basically a place for fine dining, drinking, pool wtih fantastic music.

At First,we decide to eat Sri Nirvana Maju Banana Leafbut it was closed because it was second day of deepavali....feel kinda disappointed but its okay because we come back again for Banana leaf next week....hehe

So this is how we end up having our dinner at The social, which is our first visit here! Since this is our first visit, we opt to order what was suggested from the menu, except for the drinks.

The Social is run by Ekachai Urairat, who was born in Thailand and studied catering in Britain, with the help of his wife and mother-in-law, who are all unmistakably good cooks. The Social was started in Bangsar (at Jalan Telawi Tiga, same row as Chawan opposite of Bangsar Village) and has been around for the past eight years.

chicken diane (RM29.00)
pan fried supreme of chicken breast, mushroom asparagus cream sauce, mash potatoes & veg

spaghetti c…