Anthony Fish Ball, Yong Peng, Johor

Posted by vivien | Others | Sunday 26 October 2008 1:33 pm
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Fried selections, this restaurant is a hard-to-miss cornershop in Yong Peng.
Yong Tau Fu
My bowl of goodness, though it is not spectacular, i consider it to be comfort food, as the soup is sorta tasteless(which prob means there is no MSG), and the fishballs are not artificially springy. Not bad on a hot day.
They are in Popular book store’s food guide.
Do you feel angry looking at this receipt? because i sorta do, it is so complicated, anyway i think each piece of yong tau fu is RM0.70. and tax are probably calculated in which explains the RM19.05.
Address:
De-Top Food Junction Sdn Bhd
18, Bawah, Jalan Bayan,
Taman Semberong Barat,
83700, Yong Peng,
Johor
Telephone: 07- 467 6611
Also contactable:
Thomas Koh
012- 761 1971

 

Kon Lor Mee, Tangkak, Johor (30km south of Melaka)

Posted by vivien | Others | Sunday 26 October 2008 1:23 pm
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Tangkak is a small town you have to pass thru if you are going Gunung Ledang. Remember how i rant here, that i have lost the photos, today i plug the SD memory card to my own notebook, there appear a folder called “photos” beside the usual “DCIM”-> “Pentax” folder, i don’t know how it got there, but i am happy 😛
We had Kon Lor Mee in Tangkak, it is at Lok Pin Hotel, not sure whether it serves as a hotel, but it is pretty run down, there is a RHB bank just few doors away.
Stall
Small RM3
Medium RM5
Big RM6
This is the noodle, look like Pan mee, but it is very springy, nice~! RM4 (neither small,medium or big, see the price list above -_-“)
Opening Hour: 7am – 3pm

 

Onn Kee Roast Duck, Kepong Bahru

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 26 October 2008 1:13 pm
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Mum bought this roast duck from stall nearby KTZ dessert stall for dinner, half a duck cost RM17, and the small pack of innards cost RM4. Quite fond of dark meat, like duck and turkey(though haven’t had it since celebrating thanksgiving oversea)

Address:
Lot 209, Jalan Kepong Bahru,
52100 Kepong Baru.
Telephone:
03- 6258 5227
019- 311 6616
012- 2098 516

 

Sencha from Teramachi-dori Nijo, Japan

Posted by vivien | Product | Sunday 26 October 2008 12:52 pm
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My colleague brought back this tea from his Japan trip. This can cost bout RM60. According to him, there is generally 4 grades of tea/green tea? And this sencha is one of the sub-grade in the 3rd grade, 1st grade being the best in quality. Apparently, Teramachi-dori Nijo is among one of the famous tea shops there, just like Purple Cane is to Malaysia.
Direction for taking this tea. For first steeping, it takes about 1 minutes, we steep it a minute too long that time, and it taste bitter, never knew they is such details step on tea making… anyway, not my cuppa tea to learn these technique 😉

 

Restoran Steamboat King, Jalan Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 25 October 2008 6:34 am
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Store front: according to banner, there is 50% discount on Mon-Fri(11:00pm – 1:30am). This restaurant is just few shops away from the 2 famous dim sum shop in Jalan Ipoh, and there is a King’s bakery just next door.
This is my favourite steamboat place, close second is Queen’s Park(Cheras) steamboat, mainly i find their soup is nice, not much MSG detected. They also have newspaper cutting where it is said they boiled their soup for long time, and no MSG added.
 

Menu
 

Suggestions on way to mix the condiments.
 

Type of soup base, porridge base.
Soup/porridge base is RM13.30 per person
 

Here is 2 person’s portion. shown here fu chok is replaced with 3 pieces of fisballs. They fishball is different from others with its big flat balls, instead of rounded, taste good too.
 

As usual, set also comes with noodles. Minimum order is 2 sets.
Opening hour: 5:00pm – 1:30am
Address: Steambot King
No.485, Jalan Ipoh,
3rd Mile, 51200 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 03- 4048 1392

 

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