Archive for the 'Chinese Food' Category

Restaurant Dong Bei Cai – 东北菜

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

If you fancy food with a bit of spices try “Restaurant Dong Bei Cai – 东北菜”. Just like the restaurant’s name, it describes the origin of where the food comes from, which is the North East part of China. Here are some of the dishes that we tried, it’s really delicious.

Excuse me, please let me jump queue for introducing the main dish first, cuz it’s really really nice. I personally like this dish a lot and it’s call “Spicy tofu cook with pork and assorted mushroom” or we call it “水煮肉片” in chinese. This dish serve in a big portion where u can share among 2-3 people. It’s a bit hot but at the same time it’s really delicious!

soup with pork – 水煮肉片
Soup with pork 2 Soup with pork 3
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J.Co Donuts & Coffee

Friday, January 11th, 2008

In the past, when you think of donuts, you think of Dunkin Donuts … Now, if you ask in the street, people will tell you J.Co or Big Apple. These two has become the trend-setting lifestyle in donuts in KL currently. The losing point of DUnkin Donuts is probably the “physical attracts”. J.Co donuts looks more tantalising and appetizing and also the wide range of selections! That’s what I think. donuts and coffee donuts and coffee

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Sungai Way Clay Pot Bak Kut Teh

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

For the best Bak Kut Teh that I’ve ever tried in KL is this place, situated in Sungai Way, or near to SS3. Albeit, numerous claims saying that Klang has the best, I dont really think so. Some friends has recommended one is Salak South, but I haven’t try that yet, so I’m going to stick with this as the best one 🙂

sungai way thick soup bak kut teh
Thick Soup Clay Pot Bak Kut Teh

For Wee Sang Kee, I just love their thick soup and special rice to go with the meat. It’s a mix of slight herbal and dark sauce, not peppery.

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