Sunday, May 31, 2009

@ de Historical Town of Malacca

The four Heads of family resting happily under a shady tree......
The bustling atmosphere of Jonker Street (Night Market)..

This is the night scene which is cooler but deserted the crowd is all at Jonker Street...

The ever popular scene of Malacca Town.....

It was a hot and sunny day - a good exercise before our Lunch @ Teo Soon Loong Chan

The daytime trading at the historical buildings if you were to notice the traders are mainly Malays whereas in the night market at Jonker Street are mainly Chinese..why?..why???
The mamak selling the famous chendol next to the Clock Tower.....
For more photos click here

Breakfast @ Seremban Market - Pasar Besar

It’s time to bring the kids out for a break because it’s school holiday now, not only the kids need the break the parents also need it too. Well, it’s only a short trip to Malacca.
We started off early in the morning and reached Seremban for breakfast at the Seremban Market (Pasar Besar Seremban).The city folks complained of the strong market smell as we climb up to the Food Court at the 1st floor.

A bowl of Yong Tau Foo to share among us......

One of the popular Stall selling the Hakka Noodle... We have to wait for roughly 30 minutes for their noodles.

Simple and plain Hakka Mee....

A cup of Milo for Xiang Yi.

The famous Beef Noodle of Seremban.

Zu Yi's choice for breakfast - Wan Tan Mee.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Western Food - 6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak

Going for an economical western food, then go to 6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak at Section 17, Petaling Jaya.


The soup was lovely I had the pumpkin soup and it was really good…

Grill Lamb

Mixed Grill

Red Wine Pork Ribs

Minced meat spaghetti

What a meaty meal….
Should be done only once a blue moon…..
It’s economical and worthy comparing to those big brothers in business….

6 to 10 Grill & Nasi
BG-1, Block B,
Happy Mansion
Jalan 17/13, PJGPS: 3.123268, 101.634489
Tel: 03 7955 4993

A Step towards an Eco Friendly World

From today onwards I will try to be more eco friendly towards saving the world from using non recyclable materials such as plastic bags and polystyrene boxes. I have invested these Tiffin sets for my weekends “Ta Pau” chore.
No more (or less) usage of plastic bags.
Let save the World together.

A Hand Shake with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

Once in a life time hand shake with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at a function at Cyberjaya on 14 May 2009. Our former Prime Minister still looks very good at his age of 84.
Long live Tun Dr. Mahathir !!!!!!

Friday, May 29, 2009

Fish Ball Noodles @ Loke Yew Road, Kuala Lumpur

A fish ball noodle shop located at Loke Yew Road near the Federal Bakery roundabout by the name of Restoran Huat Kee Fishball Mee which specializes only in fishball noodles.
Parking your car could be a problem here, you have to solve the problem first before you can savour the fish ball here.



A bowl of yummy and smooth dry koay teow (kon loh style) with bean sprouts and a little bit of lard on it. The “Sai Toh” fish balls and fish cake (additional order) were fished out from separate bowl for photography purposes.
The prices here are slightly high side.....

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Bak Chang (Duan Wu Jie) - Rice Dumpling

There is a story behind this festival of making the “Bak Chang” Rice Dumpling but as far as I am concerned I know I get to eat my good old neighbour “Bak Chang”.
Yesterday, I noticed at my neighbour’s kitchen that there was something cooking up for this festival, there were bamboo leaves ready for the wrapping of the “Chang”.
Today, as expected I has the chance to try it one more time.
A dumpling of this one is good enough for your breakfast where you can find chest nut, peanut, mushroom, pork meat and salted egg yolk in it.


Fortunately it is a yearly affair, just can not imagine if we were to eat it everyday…
HapPy BaK cHaNg Day!!!!!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Chicken Hot Pot from China in Kepong - Update

A franchised food chain from China, you can visit its website at http://www.chickenhotpot.com/ and to actually taste this hot stuff, you can try at Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 2, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.
The word Hot Pot refers as Chilli Hot……

This is the beef Hot Pot......

And this is the Chicken Hot Pot.........

It was really chilli hot (supposed to be mild), yet I had it with chilli padi.
A good experience for those who do not mind the "pedas" Hot adventure.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

A nice place to Eat @ Lake Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur

A nice and shady eatery hideout next to Lake Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur where many people does not know of it. It serves simple but great foods such as noodles, half boiled eggs, toasts and buns. It is located at the near end of Jalan Maran (a dead end road).


The Wan Tan Soup that comes with the noodle.

This is what is above you when you eat.

Kon Loh Loh Shi Fun
Kon Loh Wan Tan Mee

A toasted bun with butter and kaya.

Preserved Green Chilli (pickle) for the noodles.
See my previous post HERE on this marvelous hideout.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Restoran Penang Nibong Tebal Seafood Porridge - Revisit

There are many eatery shops in Kepong area and so many good foods to try. My friend has picked Restoran Penang Nibong Tebal Seafood Porridge for the day and armed with a bottle of Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban.
We have to forget their porridge (nothing soupy) as it does not go well with the whiskey.

We started off with this delicious and succulent baby octopus.

A light carbohydrate dish of a fried Beehun noodle with crabs.

Deep fried Ikan Kembong (Mackerel)

Crispy and juicy deep fried prawns another wonderful seafood.

As a Teochew, I remember when we used to take plain porridge with this dish. Sliced onion, chilli padi (small green chilli) and dry shrimps with a squeeze of lime. Great stuff yet simple to prepare.
My previous posting of this place can be viewed here.

Tsun Jin High School - A New Era in the Making

Tsun Jin High School is gradually moving towards a new era of modern and conducive environment for the students and also in line with the modern teaching trend.
We are proud to be associated in the construction of this extension works and lately we have also being awarded for the Interior Works for the Multipurpose Hall and the Auditorium.
Things have not being moving smoothly as expected, as there are too many trades involved in the works, nevertheless we will coordinate diligently in order to complete the works in time for the School.


The new look of the main Entrance of Tsun Jin High School.

Student enjoying the new facility while works is still in progress.

As the making of the extension is in progress, Lebron James is also in the making…..

The latest progress of the Multipurpose hall.

The bare appearance of the Auditorium.