Cielo Dolci, Paradigm Mall

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 21 July 2012 8:34 am
7,120 Total Views


in Kelana Jaya Paradigm mall


Really yummy stuff


Really yummy gelato ice cream, more affordable than Gelatissimo mid valley and equally satisfying, only RM8.80 for 2 flavours as above. Above is pistachio and mango, pistachio is the better one.

Address: Cielo Dolci

Paradigm mall

Post by other blogger:

Strings of memories

I Just Wana Eat

Eat Drink KL

Bubble + Bitchy + Witchy = Me


Recipe: Baked Fries and Moules Frites

Posted by vivien | Recipe | Wednesday 18 July 2012 10:00 pm
4,592 Total Views


Oven baked fries recipe taken from Branny Boils Over. Don’t bother bout deep fried french fries, having to double fry them to achieve the crispy exterior and creamy interior, this recipe does just that, without having to use lots of oil for deep frying. Though bear in mind this is not low fat, in fact, quite a bit of oil is used as well, but just that much better by leaving it do its own thing in the oven most time. (30minutes of so of baking time for perfect fries)

Above is slightly trimmed potato(to remove eye or growing eye) cut into equal thickness, best to use Russet potato(US Russet), and soak in just boiled water for 15 to 30 minutes.


Dry the fries in kitchen towel


dry the original mixing bowl, add into 1 or 2 tablespoon of cooking oil, swirl to coat fries with oil


arrange fries in one layer on top of sea salt, pepper and oiled baking sheet

1) Preheat oven to  250C

2) cover loosely with aluminium foil, bake for 5 minutes.

3) Remove foil, Bake in for 15 minutes

4) Flip each fries over, bake for further 10minutes or till golden brown and crispy

5) Yummy crispy fries with soft creamy interior


It looks quite brown above, but it is really addictive


Moules frites at home, bought a pack of half shelled mussel cooked in (4 Tablespoons oil+50g butter+shallot+1 clove garlic) + 200ml of white wine. yummy!


Eu Yan Sang Heritage (Zun Kitchenette), Mid Valley

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 18 July 2012 9:49 pm
7,202 Total Views


Braised yee mee in Abalone sauce, ~RM12.80 quite nice


Cantonese yin yong, ~RM12.80


Fried rice with XO sauce


Yang Chow fried rice

Overall, their food is not bad, the portion can be very big sometimes(especially the fried rice) depending on the chef i guess.

Address: Eu Yang Sang (near Big Apple Donut)

LG, The Gardens, Mid Valley City

Post by other blogger:

Emmie’s E-Diary


Poon Kee Dessert, Bandar Puteri Puchong

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 18 July 2012 9:27 pm
6,867 Total Views


After dinner, we were looking for dessert shop in Puchong, google-ing up puchong  desserts lead us to Poon Kee in bandar puteri puchong.


ABC,  didn’t taste it but doesn’t look nice to me


Artificially coloured yam dessert, made with yam ice cream i think


Very smooth and nice tau foo far, but the price tag is quite high as well, ~RM6

Website: Poon Kee Desserts

Post by other blogger:

Chillout, Soulout & Freakout

CindyDouce Stories

Lushia’s Food Blog


Gerai Makanan Japanese BBQ, Taman Desa

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 18 July 2012 7:16 am
5,129 Total Views


located within Plaza Faber compound, it is those 2 small hut to the right in above photo.




Workers busy setting up at 6pm


Gengkis Khan, lamb stew, RM20, flavourful lamb with fatty bits, good with rice, but too bad we were too early and the rice is not ready yet


Japanese risotto, above is 2 person’s portion, RM12, very nice, slightly spicy

Overall, very reasonable priced and tasty food

Address: Japanese BBQ
Center Court, Plaza Faber,
Jalan Desa Jaya,
Taman Desa off Jalan Klang Lama,
58100 Kuala Lumpur.

Business hours: Daily from 6pm till midnight

Post by other blogger:

My Story


Pohkemon Food Diary

Kiki’s Land



Eat Only Lar


« Previous PageNext Page »

Designed by | Powered by Wordpress | Header image by Sandra Khoo @ sandorasan