Archive for October, 2005

Yuen Buffet Steamboat

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

Namely “Yuen” Buffet Steamboat, it’s a right place to go if u’re looking for cheap, tantalising, and varieties in buffet steamboat!

Mix Soup Steamboat

They served tomyam and normal vege soup as the steamboat base. You can asked for a mix (as depict in the picture) or only one. I don’t quite like the tomyam soup base probably it’s not the “thai style tomyam” which is spicy and sour. This is what i called the “chinese tomyam”! :>

They have a variety of vegetables, chicken meat, squids, fish balls, beef balls, whatever balls, u name it, n …. many many more …. They even have escargo. The most famous dish here is their HONEY CHICKEN WING! To get a bite of it, you have to be really alert, as the moment it’s served, sight of ppl rushing to it will be seen! :> It is a must that you have a taste of it when u visit this buffet steamboat restaurant. If you miss it, u’ll have to wait for the next round.

On top of that, they provide desserts as well, some local “kuih”, fruits and also some ice-cream! You’ll have a really complete meal here, No regrets for sure!

They open only for dinner time. I would prefer making reservation if i decide to go on weekends for late dinner. As it’s always very pack as early as 5.30pm. Their peak hours which is from 7pm-9pm, you most proably have to queue up outside tb4 getting a seat and mind you, it’s a long queue :>!

After the meal, you possibly can drop by Sunway Pyramid to have a movie! or i would rather suggest that you have a movie first b4 you have your dinner. As you’ll definitely have a bursty tummy!


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Taiwan Noodle

Tuesday, October 18th, 2005

When one talk about taiwan noodle, the first thing that comes to mind is Beef Noodle. Taiwan is very famous for their beef noodle and for the moment being, this is the best beef noodle that i can find at the moment.

Other than the beef noodle, their chicken noodle is also very delicious. One thing is like about this shop is their serving comes with lotsa vegetables like carrot, turnips n also lettuce. It makes the soup very very soup. If you go for the dry beef or chicken noodle, some stew potatoes and long beans are served together with it. Besides, some fry garlic is sprinkled on top to complement the noodles.

In addtion, pancake with butter and honey will be served during tea time, starting from 3pm – 6pm. I personally like the pancake very much as it’s sweet and the side is crunchy. For the vegetarians, they served noodle soup as well, the serving is like the chicken noodle soup (as seen in the picture), just that without chicken.

As it business expands, they just opened a new branch around ampang point, just right behind habib jewels.

Dry Beef Noodle

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Hong Kong Style Porridge

Friday, October 14th, 2005

If u’re looking for Hong Kong style (fine texture) porridge, this is the place you should never miss out ! Situated beside a busy road, Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, the stall sells three types of porridge which are fish, chicken and pork intestine porridge.

All of the three has its own specialty. For instance, the fish used are very fine sliced of raw fish which will be cook once you dip it or pour it in the “boiling” porridge. For the pork intestine porridge, you can ask for additional minced pork balls or deep fry intestine! In addition, the steamed chicken with oyster sauce is also tantalising (ask for more gravy so that u can mix it in the porridge)! The porridge texture u find here is very very fine and has a sweetened taste, i wonder whether they have added in chicken stock !!

Pork Intestine Porridge
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