Wondermilk Cafe, Publika Shopping Mall

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 23 May 2015 9:12 pm
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Cupcakes, their cupcake are moist and quite good


baked potato, quite tasty, nothing much can go wrong with hot baked potato with creamy mayo toppings


ham penne, it is okay for a casual meal, simple creamy and nice


churros, this is bad, the churros is hard and just not nice at all, the one in BIG supermarket just a floor below is so much better, but that was probably more expensive as well, i think RM6 for 2 piece of churros


don’t remember how this burger tasted

Overall, don’t expect too much of the food, the food is quite generic, not exactly tasting homemade, but mayo-creamy-fast-food type of comfort food

Address: Wondermilk

Level G2, Publika

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Ratha Raub Curry, Raub, Pahang

Posted by vivien | Others | Sunday 17 May 2015 8:26 pm
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Been missing the spicy appetizing sauce of their chicken curry since having it in their Damansara Uptown branch.

The curry gravy is still as good and spicy. Yum, it would be perfect if it was kampung chicken instead of soft normal chicken though.

Just ok with their fried chicken and other stuff taste just ok as well.


Lao Jiu Lou 老酒楼, Taman Bukit Desa

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 2 May 2015 10:42 pm
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Ramen choice

This restaurant is located just few shops away from sanuki udon and Encore Patisserie


More ramen choices


gyoza and meat menu


seafood menu


egg and rice menu


miso ramen soup, RM9


minced meat ramen, RM8


steamed egg, RM5, good enough although the vege strands are a bit distracting 😛


Mille-Feuilles from Encore Patisserie, nothing spectacular, i find it just so so although it is signature dessert in this bakery cafe

Overall, i like the homely dishes in Lao Jiu Lou 老酒楼, don’t mind coming here again and again.

Address: Jalan Bukit Desa 5, Taman Bukit Desa, Kuala Lumpur


Oiso Korean Traditional Cuisine & Cafe, Bangsar South

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 30 April 2015 8:02 pm
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seafood steamboat and ginseng chicken soup


kimchi steamboat and bulgogi steamboat


they have so many branches: Bangsar South, Cheras Leisure Mall, Ikano Power Centre, Menara Hap Seng and Tropicana City Mall


drinks menu


more drinks menu


their side dishes are pretty good


Our seafood steamboat, only RM25.90 for this one person portion enough for two

Address: Oiso

Unit G-3, Ground Floor, The sphere,
Avenue 1, Bangsar South,
No.8, Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 KL
Telephone: 03 – 2242 1349


Sumika Japanese Yakitori, Subang Jaya, near Inti/Taylor College

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 26 April 2015 8:58 pm
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I have heard of Sumika since i think 5 years ago where my ex-colleague raved about their awesome japanese grill. Today is finally the day to try out how good there are. The place which can seat only around 50 pax is packed full on a Saturday evening. Do note calling in at least a day before for reservation is a must here, business hour is Tuesday – Sunday 6:30pm till midnight.


This japanese guy is the only person doing all the grilling, and all the items are grilled perfectly, except maybe the squid which we find is slightly overdone.


appetizer, chicken and beef menu


Pork, seafood, vegetable, rice and dessert menu


alcohol & soft drink menu


free appetiser: beef tongue in ponzu sauce


edamame, RM8


Oyakodon, chicken egg with rice, RM20, a really nice, big and filling dish, yum!, the egg is done perfectly with runny yolk


sweet potato with butter, RM10, i really like this, the sweet potato is yummily drenched in butter “sauce”, don’t mind having this again and again


gingko, RM3, beef tongue RM8 and boneless beef rib RM12


crunchy chicken soft bone RM5 and addictive chicken skin RM4 at bottom


quail egg, RM4


eringi mushroom on the left taste better than shiitake, each RM5


squid is slightly overdone, RM6


yummy looking grilled eggplant, with its skin removed, prettily top with bonito flakes, really like the ginger condiment on the side which pack a punch, RM12, don’t like the distinct charcoal taste on the eggplant but everything else are delicious, the eggplant is cooked perfectly to the right softness which still able to be pick up using chopstick


Pork slice with mentai, RM10, big mentai within thin pork slice, yum!


yam in pork slice with seaweed, RM10 interestingly crunchy yam texture, totally unlike our local taro


pudding, the caramel is slightly burnt which mask the sweetness of sugar, we still polish it off clean though.

Overall, i think this is as authentic japanese yakitori as i can get in kuala lumpur with all grilled items made perfectly by its only japanese chef. Do go and try when craving for meat hits.

I have also submit a review of this place to FindIt.com.my

Address: Sumi-Ka Japanese Yakitori

No.19, 1st floor, Jalan SS15/4, Subang Jaya, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Telephone: 03-5632 9312

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