Restaurant Say Huat, Seksyen 17/27, Petaling Jaya

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 30 November 2008 12:59 pm
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Restaurant Say Huat is situated among the residential houses in PJ
Hawker stalls.
So so fried kuey tiaw, chef reputedly from Penang.
My delicious Prawn Mee, RM4, soup taste very good.
Po Piah, not bad


Cameran Highland(Kampung Raja) Food

Posted by vivien | Others | Sunday 30 November 2008 12:29 pm
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i wonder when i am gonna get sick of food blogging or this blog for that matter, read some food blogger commented that “they is only so much delicious that i can say” etc etc… but i can safely say i won’t be ending this blog for a while, they is only so much angst that teenage years can produce, only so much to rant about starting to work a living, or relationship gushes that one can write before realizing that the whole world could be reading or potentially be reading. Food blogging is a pretty safe choice, it transcends age, stages of live 😛

Favourite juicy corn from Cameron Highlands, my hand, just to show the size of the corn, this is a mid-size corn.
Yummy smooth noodle, haven’t had this kind of rice noodle for a while, yumm, it is only slightly spicy although looks quite reddish.
Juicy Char Siew Bau, RM1.20


OldTown White Coffee Restaurant, Batu Pahat Mall

Posted by vivien | Others | Wednesday 26 November 2008 10:21 am
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Curry mee, RM6.30
Oldtown coffee is the most well franchised coffee shop in Malaysia, their food and drinks are quite good. As of right now, they have 101 outlets in Malaysia.
Chicken Hor Fun, RM6.30, i like this
Lime juice, RM3 and hot lemon tea(RM3.50)
Noodle selections
Drinks selection


Batu Pahat on Transnational bus 4:00pm Sunday (Pudu Bus Station)

Posted by vivien | Non-Food Related | Wednesday 26 November 2008 9:29 am
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Took Transnational bus to Batu Pahat last Sunday 4:00pm, since no one offer me anything, refer to bottom of this post, i have to continue to go to Batu Pahat for this project 😉 which approximately end mid December, have to go there almost every week for training, live run, stand by, month end closing etc. Gosh, i am getting tired… want holiday, days and weeks of doing nothing but eat, bake, cook, eat, sleep, tv, ho jiak, watch nigella cook, see jamie oliver work his thing, hear Gordon Ramsay curse etc etc.
I like Transnational bus, as i think it is a trusted company which enforce certain speed limit on its driver, so it actually take longer time to reach your destination, but it is a safe choice, and the bus is clean.
Ticket to Batu Pahat is RM15.50 + RM4.70(30% surcharge) + RM0.10 = RM20.30
For inquiries on bus ticket availability, you can try numbers below, but you can’t make any booking, have to go there in person to secure a ticket.
03-2078 2563
03-2070 3300


Snacks from Jusco supermarket

Posted by vivien | Product | Wednesday 26 November 2008 9:15 am
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Wasabi pea, RM17.90, mum finished all within 3 days, i guess it is good.
RM10.90, I like this one, it is good to munch on this hard shoyu cracker which looks very low in fat… haha
RM2.20, this looks healthy, but nutritional value wise(per 100g), it gives about 5 times more energy than shoyu cracker; 10 times more fat than shoyu cracker. 😛
taste like normal seaweed although this one is made in Japan, RM9.90


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