Sri Melaka, Amcorp Mall, PJ

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 25 November 2009 11:59 pm
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Sri Melaka Cendol

cendol dessert with red bean and coconut milk, around RM3.50, really niceee

ruby nangka

red rubies(made of water chestnut) with nangka(jackfrut), about RM3

abc nyonya

ABC, mixed shaved ice, about RM4

won’t mind going back for the cendol, especially love cendol with red bean in it… yum

Address: Sri Melaka, Amcorp Mall, PJ

Telephone: 03-7956 1388

Price: 10% service charge + 5% government tax

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Restoran Salero Negori, Amcorp Mall, PJ, Selangor

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 25 November 2009 11:57 pm
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shop front

located in Level 2 of Amcorp mall in Petaling Jaya

restoran salero negoriayam goreng kampung

ayam goreng kampung/fried chicken “country style” RM14

terong goreng

terong goreng/fried aubergine, RM3.50

gulai tunjang

gulai babat/cow’s stomach, RM6, not fond of the strong beefy smell.

gulai babat

gulai tunjang/cow’s tendon, RM7, quite soft and good

pepaku

pepaku, a kind of vegetables, RM4.50

gulai ikan assam pedas

gulai ikan, RM4, quite cheap considering there are fish pieces inside.

sotong sambal

sotong sambal/spicy squid, RM5

teh botol

teh botol/bottled tea, RM3, quite nice actually, taste like Lipton with milk although they is no milk in this, only tea extract, sugar, water, coloring and preservatives (as shown in pic below)

teh botol 2aftermath

aftermath

a new experience, felt as though i am eating in Indonesia, not really fond of their taste, maybe cos of the bad beef smell from cow’s stomach dish, and milky pepaku dish, but the teh botol, fish etc are nice.

Address: Restoran Salero Negori(Masakan Padang & Negeri Sembilan)

No. 247,249,251 & 253, Level 2 Amcorp Mall,

18, Jalan Persiaran Barat,

46050, Petaling Jaya,

Selangor

Telephone: 03-7956 6968

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Ninja Jones, Northpoint Office Block, Midvalley City

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 22 November 2009 7:43 pm
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menu

Ninja Jones is in Northpoint of Midvalley City, there is a overpass link on Midvalley Level 1 North Court to Northpoint.

Above is their menu, we ordered a ninja course set: with soft shell crab salad, shuriken No 1, salmon carpaccio(marinated raw salmon), california roll, stone grill chicken, teapot soup and tiramisu at RM68

soft shell crab salad

soft shell crab salad, the crab is oily and soggy.

tofu

tofu with minced ginger and chives/spring onion

stone grilled chicken

stone grilled chicken, sizzling warm and nice

tempura

tempura, oily, batter is slightly too thick and heavy.

salmon carpacio

salmon carpaccio, with crispy ginger shred, i would prefer salmon sashimi.

takoyaki

takoyaki like ball, with mayo, crab meat etc inside, quite good

california temaki

california maki, standard

teapot soup

teapot soup, really nice and flavorful

grilled king mushroom

Eringi Ninniku Shoyu Grill/Grilled King Mushroom, nice snack, RM18

snapper carpacio

the have special of the day/not on menu: RM60 for half a fish, i think it is a deep sea snapper from Japan. You can cook it 2 style, chose carpaccio and soup. If you order whole fish, you can have it 4 styles: sashimi, carpaccio, soup, grill etc…

snapper soup

soup, i find it soup just ok, prefer the teapot soup.

caterpillar roll

caterpillar roll, RM19, really nice, with unagi inside.

tiramisu

tiramisu which comes with the set, so-so

egg custard

complimentary egg custard from chef, not fond of the egg smell.

Overall, a really nice place for japanese food, all their items taste pretty good although i will probably steer clear of their tempura and other deep fried stuff, they are not light and crispy, but soaked with much oil.

Address: Ninja Jonese Japanese Restaurant (owned by Kubota Japanese Restaurant MO Sdn Bhd)

A-G-5, Ground floor, Northpoint,

Mid Valley City,

No 1, Medan Syed Putra Utara,

59200, Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03-2288 1646

email: ninja_jones [at] time.net.my

Price: 5% government tax and 10% service charge

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Testing out Olympus Mju 7000(part 2): macro shots in dim restaurants

Posted by vivien | Non-Food Related | Sunday 22 November 2009 7:42 pm
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testing out olympus mju 7000 again. This is a good camera for dummy because they are so many preset scenery options, about 13 in total, this time i try out the modes for taking macro shots in dimly lighted restaurant.

landscape

landscape

fireworks

fireworks

sunset

sunset

documents

documents

night scene

night scene

night portrait

night portrait

sports

sports

beach & snow

beach & snow

indoor

indoor

candle

candle

cuisine

cuisine

portrait

portrait

self portrait

self portrait

In the above photos, surprisingly, i like candle, portrait and self portrait the most… i thought cuisine mode will do not bad as well, going to try out in other restaurant again next time.


 

Wong Kee Roast Pork, Pudu

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 22 November 2009 7:27 pm
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pudu roast pork

This corner coffee shop selling hai lam chicken rice, roast chicken, roast pork etc. Their roast pork is available daily from 12:30pm

roast pork

4 strips of roast pork here, each strips is RM13.50, so here is RM54 of pork… expensive, but very yummy, doesn’t have the bad porky smell, melt in the mouth, crunchy skin, yummy good stuff

closed ups

closed up, the most melt in your mouth roast pork that i ever had… recommended.

Business hour: lunch (from 12:30pm onwards)

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