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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 ne

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..... LaLa (Clamp) In Spiceee~~ Chicken Wings In Curry Squid In Spiceeee~~ Sting Ray In Spic

+Wondermilk , Uptown Damansara

Wondermilk has been operated in Damansara Uptown for years, yet many of us did not know about it , Wondermilk is located hiddenly placed around the workshops, therefore less of us would frequently passby there. The branch here is nicer &  more relaxing for me as it has warm environment with all the spacious & comfy seats, Wondermilk is famous for its cupcakes & milk. Nevertheless, it sells meals like sandwiches, pasta, and burgers as well. Due to my every visit to here was just to satisfy my sudden crave for cupcake Besides that, you could buy some biscuits & candies available in Wondermilk.... There's the whole-sized cake displayed And they could be purchased as well. Such colourful & loving cakes...... For chocolate lovers, Wondermilk has pretty nice chocolate cupcakes which could fulfill your high requirement for a cupcake with full chocolate fillings. Others than that, you could get some lighter flavours like red velvet, John lemon &am

Muar Town,Johor

Muar's famous Glutton Street or Tam Chiak 贪吃 street popular with locals and tourists alike is located along a 100 metre stretch of Jalan Haji Abu, starting from the junction with Jalan Meriam at one end to Jalan Ali at the other end. This is the northern end of Muar's Glutton Street, at the junction of Jalan Haji Abu and Jalam Meriam. Let's take a walk down Muar's Glutton Street together. Muar is famous for its otak otak. This is one of the otak otak stalls along Glutton Street,They say that a trip to Muar is incomplete without savouring Muar's famous otak otak. We did the obligatory and they were indeed very good. Flavourful curry spices, coconut milk and packed with tender, juicy fresh minced fish. This is the well known O Chien stall. The oysters were fresh and juicy though they were not the extra large kind. This O Chien is the eggy, softer type.... The wanton noodle stall is popular for their tasty fresh shrimp wantons or sui kaw.

Capitol Satay Celup, Melaka

A visit to Malacca will never be complete until you take a taste of the popular satay celup. let me give a simple description of satay celup. "Satay" is an authentic Malay food of grilled marinated meats (common meat used are chicken and beef), served on bamboo skewers, usually come with spicy peanut sauce for dipping. On the other hand, "celup" means "dip" in Malay language. With all the hype that’s going around about Capitol, I’ve always wanted to try out the Satay Celup over here, But the scary thing about coming to Capitol is that I have to face this… A super loooooong queue.This place is infamously known for being crowded. Customers have to queue along the road and wait patiently for their turn.Feeling determined, we joined the queue. Surprisingly throughout the wait, there were people who gave up and left the queue. We waited for 3 and half hours for this dinner...really crazy but worth it,i havent been wait a meal for this long before