my journey - food, cycling & travel
really love those old school bread, kaya and butter!!! good feel!!!
toast with kaya mmm yum...just a suggestion would you mind recommending a good dim sum restaurant that is actually halal? the ones that i know tak sedap lah plus the choice is very limited...please please recommend me a place my birthday is coming and i'm really in the mood for dim sum >_<
Hi there, I never tried this place even after so many years of moving around KL. Thanks man. Regards,DavidMalaysia Asia
SimpleGirl - toast or steam???lynnfathil - try Minmax @ PNB Darby Park http://tailim.blogspot.com/2009/11/quiet-dinner-minmax-restaurant-pnb.html
An old institution this one! I read abt them in Timeout KL. But the kaya is it too sweet? I'm still lookin for a good kaya that is really eggy, fragrant and not too sweet ;(
Good old days...memories...Decent Hainanese kaya, butter n toast.Is d Chicken rice n "Chee Cheong Fun still there?
David Jr - U r most welcomed.thenomadGourmand - will let U know when I find any good Kaya..Pang - Yeah, Chee Cheong Fun & Chicken rice are still there waiting for you....
When it is famous can't even find a seat. Excellent fares.
omg i almost forget this coffee shop! i really like the "Antique" ambience from this coffee shop...thanks for reminding me...
We are a retired couple and will be staying close to Lebuh Ampang. Are there a variety of Indian, Malay restorance on the area streets all the way to Hang Lieku?We are looking for simple Breakfast, Lunch and dinner. No point travelling distances if as good food is around the corner!
Dennis - there are a lot of good places to eat in and around Lebuh Ampang until Chinatown. The prices are very reasonable and of various ethnic foods. Hope you and your wife will enjoy your stay in KL.
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