Souled Out Restaurant, Hartamas

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 9 August 2010 9:43 pm
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beef kuey tiaw

SouledOut2-deep-fried-chicken-wing
deep fried chicken wing, although piping hot, and nicely deep fried, it is not marinated well enough, not much taste, still prefer Jalan Alor’s WAW chicken wing

SouledOut3-dragon-fruit-juice-with-monin-syrup
dragon fruit juice at the back, around RM12, quite sweet

SouledOut4-carrot-basil-juice
my carrot basil juice, around RM11

SouledOut5-scallop-pizza-and-aloha-pizza
scallop pizza, RM32, very nice, thin crispy crust topped with big fresh juicy scallop and rocket leaves. Their aloha pizza behind with ham and pineapple is quite good as well, one of the better pizza out there, with thin base to let you really taste the topping

SouledOut6-carrot-cake
carrot cake, a tad too sweet.

Their food is quite good, but the environment is too loud.

Website: SOULed OUT

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TokuToku Japanese restaurant, near Bukit Bintang Macdonald/Giordano row of shop

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 8 August 2010 7:50 pm
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TokuToku, a hidden japanese restaurant along Jalan Sultan Ismail/Jalan Bukit Bintang, along the row of shop housing Giordano and Mcdonalds, this restaurant is on the second floor.

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interior, homey feel

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Chirashi sushi, RM50++

toku4-menu-horse-meat-sashimi

Basashi/horse meat sashimi for RM42++

toku5-menu-miso-soup

3 types of miso soup(with diff type of shellfish: asari/shijimi) or with wakame and tofu, RM6 – RM18++

toku6-appetiser

complementary appetiser

dinner set menus

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oyadon set(chicken rice with egg), RM25

toku8-soba
cha soba, RM20

toku9-chirashi
chirashi sushi set, RM60(ala carte: RM50), very expensive, i think can get cheaper and fresher ones in Sushi Zanmai

toku10-deep-fried-squid
deep fried squid, RM13, oily but taste nice and crunchy

toku11-grill-squid
grill squid, RM13

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japanese ordering from handwritten japanese menu

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handwritten menu in front of them

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Closed on Sundays

Overall, food is very homey, not what i like, sushi is not as fresh as i would like… better stick to cheaper and fresher sushi zanmai

Address: Tokutoku (along the shoplot of Mcdonald and Giordano shop in Jalan Bukit Bintang)

59A, Jalan Sultan Ismail,

50250, Kuala Lumpur

Business hour: 12-2:30pm(lunch); 6:30pm-10:30pm(dinner) closed on Sunday and public holiday

Telephone: 03-2143 2553

Fax:03-2143 2561


 

Daimon Okonomiyaki, Low Yat Plaza

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 7 August 2010 4:18 pm
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Daimon is a japanese pancake restaurant in Low Yat Plaza, above is the value set menu

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start by making a thin crepe on hot plate

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top with cabbage

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top with beansprout

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add some fried garlic bits

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and seasonings

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seafood and crispy stuff which looks like pork cracklings

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bacon on some

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flip it over

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udon/ramen(looks like some cheap yellow noodle, don’t like the taste all all)

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move the pancake on top of noodle

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press it down

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cook an egg

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move pancake on top of egg

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flip it over to have the egg facing up

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spread some teriyaki sauce

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cheese and more seasoning

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yellow and white scallop

Overall, i find it just so so, not much taste, especially don’t like the yellow ramen, maybe udon ones will taste better, and more teriyaki sauce will prob be better

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Ikea Cafeteria, Mutiara Damansara

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 1 August 2010 10:40 pm
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Ikea is one of my favourite place for comfort food, flavorful swedish meatball, thick cut fries with gravy, chocolaty daim cake… Meatball with fries(RM10.50), mushroom soup(RM3.15),┬ápenne with tomato sauce(RM5.25) and princess cake(RM5.15). Soup is quite watery but the taste is good, penne with tomato is a bit sourish from the tomato but that alright.
princess-cake
cross section of princess cake, made with sponge cake, raspberry jam, whipped cream, green marzipan(almond paste) covering, about RM5.15

my previous visit to Ikea in 2009

Price: 5% government tax


 

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