Friday, September 30, 2011

The Zun Kitchenette @ Sunway Giza, Kota Damansara

The Zun Kitchenette at Sunway Giza is one of the many food outlets you can patronise. If you planning to arrange an lunch appointment somewhere in Kota Damansara. Then I would suggest you tell your friends to meet at Giza and decide later as what to eat, ... there are so many choices in the mall.
Braised Pork Knuckle in dark soy sauce & vinegar - a good choice. 
Bak Kut Teh by The Zun Kitchenette .... not bad a choice but if you want a better one go to Klang.
Beehon with fish fillets in plain soup for those who have a healthier liking.
Rice of the Zun Kitchenette.
A simple poached veggie.

The Zun Kitchenette
Sunway Giza Shopping mall
(Opposite Village Grocer)
tel: 03-6140-8237
                               GPS : 3.151225,101.590986

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Raya Open House 925 @ Puncak Setiawangsa, Kuala Lumpur

The Committee Members of the Resident Association of Puncak Setiawangsa (PPPS). Visit us at
Member of Parliment of Setiawangsa, Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique & wife Datin Seri Noriah giving free school bags (courtesy of Swan Foundation) & Duit Raya to the underprivileged pupils of Taman Setiawangsa.
The Orchestral comprising of students of Taman Setiawangsa.
They came in style & I like their performance.
Selamat Hari Raya to all my friends.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Restoran Tee Huat Bak Kut Teh - Gotong Jaya, Genting Highland

Klang Bak Kut Teh @ Gohtong Jaya, Genting Highland. Apparently this shop was a popular joint for the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong the founder of Genting Highland Resort.
Though it is not the best Bak Kut Teh but it is reasonably good as far as Gentinmg Highland is concerned.
Sai Kut - My one.... and delicious one!!!
This Bak Kut Teh is not that fatty with sufficient lean meat and the soup is wonderful.

Restoran Tee Huat – Klang Bak Kut Teh
27 Jalan Jati 1, Taman Gohtong Jaya,
Genting Highlands,
69000 Betung, Pahang Darul Makmur.
Tel: 012 -323 8386 or 012-910 9864
GPS : 3.398007,101.769199

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Ayam Penyet Best @ Ampang Park, Kuala Lumpur

My wife recommended this place for Ayam Penyet, it's her favourite joint for lunch @ Ampang Park.
The place is simple and conducive for a quick meal.

The prices are also reasonable.
Ayam Penyet - smashed fried chicken served with tempe (soya bean cake), fried tofu, cabbage, tomato, cucumber, long bean and the explosive sambal.

We requested for more sambal, we love our spicy & fiery sambal.
Sambal Sotong was also nice but not so generous the squid as compared what was seen in the menu.
Udang Penyet - smashed fried prawns 5 of them. 

Ayam Penyet Best has 12 outlets in Klang Valley and is doing very well. I guess the secret of this food is the sambal. It's just like ganja..... you will come back for more after trying the sambal.
Ayam Penyet Best
Lot GA -88B
Ampang Park
Jalan Ampang
Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 011-1630-3614
GPS : 3.160458,101.718914

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Restoran Ping Wah Revisit by Former Proprietor

The original proprietor came back as customer to savour food that they used to serve the people of Petaling Jaya.
Some of the original items in the shop are still there such as the wall menu, the marble table and even the musician who used to entertain the diners.
Hor Lan Shi Chee Yok - the signature dish of Restoran Ping Wah. Since the new proprietor has taken over the business the quality of of this dish has improved satisfactorily though not 100% like the previous time.

Braised Chicken with Choy Poh topping was a favourite among the diners.
A simple Fried Eggs with Choy Poh but was very delicious ... according to Hoo Lala, it's the "Wok Hei" that makes the different.
Pig's tendons with pineapple & spring onions is apparently a popular dish in this present Ping Wah
Deep Fried Duck served pickles. The meat was a bit dry but tasty and paired very well with our concoction of Tiger & Guinness Stout.
Red Snapper fried with Tofu & preserved beans
Mr. Teoh Ah Geok was like Colonel Sanders of Ping Wah Restaurant. The people around Paramount Garden knows him well and he is always smiling. "Colonel Teoh" was happy to be back in Ping Wah with his entire ex-squad of Ping Wah.
Jimmy & Ah Chan analysing the present Hor Lan Si Chee Yok.... it was a daily affair for them during those years in this shop.
Most of the people here have certain degree of nostalgic feeling of this place. Probably missing the place where they used to grow up. Anyway it was a good evening for a sweet memory of Ping Wah.
Restoran Ping Wah
31, Jalan 20/16
Paramount Garden
Petaling Jaya
GPS : 3.107009,101.624022

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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Tawakal Hokkien Mee @ Aik Yuen Kopitiam

It was a Saturday evening and time for a dinner, there was no food @ home and there were only 3 of us at home. I decided to take the 2 young ones to Jalan Pahang (near Tawakal Hospital) for some fried noodles.

The boys find the place interesting with lot of customers and sitting at the road sides. A typical Malaysian street food scene.
We anticipated that our Hokkien mee would come out late and we "taupau" / pack a Mee Goreng fried by an Indian lady at a nearby stall. We reckoned it has to be good cos it's not being fried by any foreigner like a Myanmar but by an Indian lady. Truly the mee goreng was lovely. We were satisfied with her fried noodle.
Business has been brisk here but the entire place looks disarrayed, dish washing just next to you at the corridor of the shop house and the drinks are prepared at the corridor. Everything looks temporary. I was initially very pleased with the service we had our fish cake reasonably fast and followed by with our Cantonese fried noodle.
Delicious fried (saito) fish cake with golden skin and bouncy bites.
Cantonese Fried Noodle was also yummy.
The only thing you dislike about place is the cleanliness, waiting attitude and cook smoking while at the woks. I would suggest that you just close one eye and enjoy the food like we do.
The Hokkien mee was undeniably awesome and everyone of us like the taste of the Hokkien Mee even though the fried noodle came pretty late.

Restoran Aik Yuen
Jalan Sarikei,
Off Jalan Pahang Barat,
53000 Kuala Lumpur.
GPS :  3.177885,101.699288

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