Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle, Puchong

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 22 May 2011 7:57 pm
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went to Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle in Puchong after hearing rave reviews about this place

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Fish Paste noodle (with thick vermicili/meehoon, extra RM1), around RM8.50

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My salmon fish belly noodle, RM12.50. They charge extra RM2 if you want fish belly instead of fish head which i find the so called fish belly given is actually meat next to the head :\

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Price list for fresh cook fish is higher than deep fried fish

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soup and snacks menu

Overall, i find the soup is average, their main hype is they are serving salmon fish/cod fish instead of the normal fish. My favourite fish head/meat noodle is still an unassuming stall in Taman Muda, Cheras, it is reasonably cheap, filling and slightly pepperish, the kind of food whereby you sweat and feel satisfy after the meal.

Address: Soon Soon Lye Fish Head Noodle
23, Jalan Puteri 2/3
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Puchong
Telephone: 03-8063 5235
Business hour: 9am to 9pm

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Tanjong Sepat Day Trip, Kuala Langat, Selangor

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 15 May 2011 11:18 pm
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Tanjung Sepat is a really small town that we could see and savour everything the town has to offer in just about 4 to 5 hours. It is about 1.5 hour drive from KL taking the Cyberjaya/Putrajaya-Banting route. YiKee Seafood Bak Kut Teh in Tanjong Sepat.

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Prawn and Fish Kut Teh, RM21 pork are also available here. Piping hot, tasty.

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Joo Fa Trading, local coffee seller roasting and grinding their own coffee. Business is too good during this holiday season till they ran out of coffee.

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Hai Yew Heng, famous pau seller

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they are wrapping pau with preserved vege(mui choy)

guess they are too commercialise, the pau doesn’t taste good.

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Pau(Steamed Bun) choices

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Homemade fishball signage

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Turn out to be a residential area

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Homemade fish ball, we ordered 1 pack(RM2.50 for 10pcs) of boiled fish ball made from tenggiri, yummy

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Ocen seafood restaurant,  a well known restaurant in this small town

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so called lover’s bridge

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looking back at Ocen restaurant from the end of lover’s bridge

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Claypot tofu soup, RM12, very yummy, with mushroom and crab meat bits

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Oyster omelette, RM13, love the flavorful oyster, wish they are bigger and more of it

Telephone (Yi Kee Seafood Bak Kut teh): 03-3197 4907 or 019-351 8448

Address: Ocen Seafood Restaurant

Lot109, Jalan Laut,

42800, Tanjong Sepat,

Kuala Langat,

Selangor

Telephone (Ocen): 03-3197 4443

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I Dolci, where i get my ice cream fix

Posted by vivien | Product | Sunday 8 May 2011 9:21 pm
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can keep for 6 months

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Yogurt, tangy and smooth

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Chocolate, velvety smooth

1kg of ice cream sold at about RM40, depending on flavors.

Address: I Dolci Enterprise

Lot 30-0-4, Duta Ria,

Jalan Duta Mas Raya,

51200 Kuala Lumpur

Handphone: 012- 299 0017

Website: Idolci Gelato

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Baba Low’s Nyonya food, Bangsar

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 8 May 2011 8:58 pm
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Menu: Pai Tee, Otak-otak, fried chicken wings, popiah, tauhu sumbat, nyonya laksa, mee siam, nasi lemak rendang, mee goreng nyonya, chicken noodles, curry chicken, pong teh, sambal prawn etc

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interior

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Nyonya laksa, RM5.50, very aromatic, yum~

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Pai Tee, RM4.50; Popiah, RM3. Popiah skin is a bit too thick, both taste average.

Address: Baba Low’s

11, Lorong Kurau,

Bangsar,

59100 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03-2284 8486

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