• Dining

    Korean food at Haeun Khon Restaurant, Amcorp Mall

    by  • January 29, 2012 • Dining • 1 Comment

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      I barely remember my half-day transit in Seoul many years back. All I can recall were metal chopsticks, piping hot ginseng chicken soup – so hot it burnt my tongue.  And quarrelling bus drivers (the driver of the bus I was in started arguing with another bus driver over some minor traffic incident)....

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    Santa’s Chapati at Jalan Tun H.S.Lee, KL

    by  • December 3, 2011 • Dining • 1 Comment

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      The soft, freshly made chapati (RM1.20) with tasty dhal curry from this simple eatery at Jalan Tun H.S.Lee really made my day.    If you like strong flavors, don’t miss their heavily spiced chickpea masala (RM1.50), tender chicken varuval (RM3.50)…   ..and the tasty chicken keema (RM3.50).   The dishes here are more on the spicy side,...

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    Pan Mee at House of Ceggo, Taman Danau Desa, KL

    by  • November 21, 2011 • Dining • 1 Comment

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      Pan mee (板麺) has always been one of my comfort food. When we came across House of Ceggo, a cafe specializing in pan mee, I knew I had to try. Normally I would go for the authentic pan mee with clear broth. With the extensive pan mee menu at House of Ceggo, I couldn’t resist trying...

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    Restaurant 9888 – Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

    by  • October 21, 2011 • Dining • 1 Comment

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    Smack towards the end of an obscure road near PGRM Cheras, I would never have thought such good food exist here had it not been a wrong turn. Their signature dish is the stewed pig tendon. The tendon is extremely tender. I usually ask for extra rice just to go with the flavorful gravy....

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    Mael’s Cafe at Mines, Seri Kembangan

    by  • October 6, 2011 • Dining • 0 Comments

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    Catering to the office crowd in Sapura building at Mines, Mael’s café serves both local and western cuisine. Named after its chef – Ismael, and dyslexic for meal, I thought the name is pretty cool. The food is simple and wholesome. What I enjoy most here is the set lunch which includes a starter,...

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