Papa John’s, Berjaya Time Square

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 19 July 2009 11:47 am
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After dining in Papa John’s in Berjaya Time Square, i still not understand what the hype about Krispy Kreme and Papa John’s is all about, as i find their fare to be mediocre, probably american food doesn’t really suit my tastebuds 😛
We had the set for 2 person, above thi bread stick served with pizza sauce
Texas heat, pizza with sliced jalapeno pepper, not a hint of spiciness, just sourish taste 😛
I find their pizza to be mediocre, although it is healthier than the oiler Pizza Hut, their specialty of serving you whole jalapeno pepper, pizza sauce and garlic sauce. I find their garlic sauce to be more of melted butter with garlic, not very pleasing to my palate… This whole meal + tax add up just short of RM30.
Address: Papa John’s (near Bukit Bintang area)
Berjaya Time Square
Ground floor Lot G 07-08,
Berjaya Time Square,
No.1 Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 03-2141 7272
Website: Papa Johns
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Krispy Kreme birthday, 50% off original glazed doughnuts

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 13 July 2009 11:10 am
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After gym session, went to Krispy Kreme located on Lower Ground floor of Mid Valley Megamall, line is short and they is no noticeable signboard on this 50% off offer (July 13th is Krispy Kreme birthday)
Ah, there is the sign, however told it will only be available on 8pm, it was 7pm… told to reserve and pay first, and come back at 8pm. Paid my RM9.95 for a dozen (orignal price for a dozen original glazed is RM19.90)
sat there and wait ;p
got my original glazed pack in 2 boxes.
It is not hard to buy this doughnuts, no crazy lineup, there is just about 10 people lining up when i collect my doughnuts at 8pm.
Website: Krispy Kreme

 

MIFB Malaysian International Food & Beverage Exhibition, PWTC, July 11, 2009 (Saturday)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 13 July 2009 10:29 am
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Continue from where i left about MIFB, this is the cake decorating starts… where cream are spread on top of sponge cake.
mounting 2 slabs of cream on 2 ends of the cake, still no idea what he want to scuplt on the cake.
More cream
OK, back to where it began, this is the hall where public visitor pay RM10, and trade visitor fill in a form attaching their business card and walk in FOC.
a 3 days exhibition, no shorts/bermuda and slippers allowed. Purpose of MIFB to for forging business between local businessman and exhibitors(local and foreign). I also have my fair share of trying out the samples, and having mild stomach discomfort after that :\
Grounds nut for sale
Korean citrusy drink, quite nice, big jar for RM25.(outside selling for about RM34)
bread dip in olive and spice blend.
sampling belgian waffle
turkish exhibitors
anchovies snacks for sale (from Thailand)
Dates for sampling, not bad.
dried fruits
karipap/curry puff
this is good. “Smiling Fish”, full of flavor.
seaweed drink, not bad
Fitrah, another seaweed drink
Pran Orange Juice
Taiwanese booth, abalone mushroom, ppl are fighting for this, so hard to get a picture without any hand blocking the dish… hahaha
Look at the amount of ppl crowding Taiwan booth, the also serve out taro chips, however they are not for sale, just for sampling, a little too sweet though 😛
dried fruits and nuts
Philiphines mangos, if not mistaken, they selling 200g for RM10, whereas supermarket selling 100g for RM6.50
spicy tomato juice(non-alchoholic) which taste like bloody mary(according to the seller)
chinese tea from Shanghai
various glassware for sale, friend bought a glass cup with filter(for tea) for RM50
Flower tea, RM8/pc. If you buy the flower tea in bulk(more than 200pcs), they will sell you RM5/pc, and postage from Shanghai to Malaysia will be born by them.
insterested to import fish? you can negotiate with this booth from China.
More dates
Non-halal pork sausage, quite tasty
Okamizu Food Detoxifier
Cooking mix, any 3(mixes/bottled sauce) for only RM10. Buy 3 free 1!! Left is prawn in oat, right is sambal chicken.
dessert (apom balik with corn / sausage)
honey from Yemen, funny guy, saying it can prevent H1N1
Oxygen water, technology originated from Canada. cool conical cup
3 bottles for RM10, so expensive!
Dragonfruit drink
Keropok Lekor/fish crackers (500g for RM4.50, 1kg for RM6)
coconut jelly and coconut water(RM2 each)
Carrefour booth selling fishes
nice smoke fish canapes
Roti John (Malay style french toast)
AB Mauri serving Cheese rolls and carrot walnut cake, Delicious!
Station 1 Cafe selling finger food and Yestea samples
satay
bite size kebab/satay
Korean seawood in bamboo salt, 4 pack for only RM10, no MSG, nice
Taiwan Crispy Fried Chicken
end with AB Mauri stall
Website: MIFB – Malaysia International Food And Beverage

 

Chiaroscuro, below Bidara Apartment (behind Istana hotel)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 13 July 2009 9:21 am
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Crusty bread served with Sundried Tomato dippings (complimentary)
Parma harm with melon, first time having parma ham, it taste almost cottony and slight salty, nice, RM34
Penne with prawns tails and spicy sausage in fresh tomato sauce, RM32, very nice, the pasta is al dente
Linguine “cozze e polipetti” with baby octopus and imported mussels in spicy tomato sauce, good too although i am not very fond of the baby octopus fishy smell. RM32
panacotta in berry coulis, RM16, nice panacotta with speckles of real vanilla bean.
They also served wood-fire pizza, but only for dinners. This is a quaint little up-market restaurant serving tasty food.
Address: Chiaroscuro
Ground floor, 38 Bidara,
30 Jalan Bedara,
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: 03-2144 8006
Website: Chiaroscuro KL
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MIFB 10th Malaysia International Food & Beverage Trade Fair 9-11 July 2009 Putra World Trade Centre(PWTC) Kuala Lumpur

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 11 July 2009 10:16 am
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Went to the MIFB today, which is the 10th Malaysia International Food & Beverage Trade Fair in Putra World Trade Center(PWTC), today is the last day which is the only day it is open to public, it was opened only to trade visitors on Thursday & Friday, but little did i know trade visitor meaning people with business cards, your field of work is irrelevant. The advantage of entering such fair as a trade visitors is you can go in for free, public visitors have to pay RM10 entrance fee. Above is a cake decoration session held in AB Mauri booth. AB Mauri has a factory in Balakong producing yeast and baking ingredients.
Spraying yellow paint onto the chicken.
More powder colors onto the cake
More coloring
Drawing the eyes
Finished product
Top right is Ruffles i got from Carrefour, the others are from Thailand, tried the Lay’s onion and cheese, not bad, although quite oily. I really want to rant about getting fat now, have been feeling tired, not enough rest, and eating quite a bit more, and exercising only once a week although like to do it twice… grrr… fat away from me… -_-“
and not forgetting the porky meal i just had in South Jinjang-Restaurant Soon Heong, pork ribs bak kut teh, fatty pork stew, pork liver/kidney, stew chicken wings etc… and i had dried style noodle with pork this morning, and tried all the random food stuff in MFIB, then a McDonald’s Fillet ‘O Fish lunch value meal(RM5.95++) for lunch, FATS, don’t you find it kinda annoying when girls complains that they are fat when they aren’t? but i think i am fat ass…
* all today’s food photos are taken with Olympus Fe-20, nope i didn’t buy a new camera, just using my mum’s camera, a 8MP instead of my regular 4MP Pentax Option S4*
** more MFIB photos in next post

 

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