Kam Kee Salt Baked Chicken, Taman Muda, Cheras

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 24 August 2009 8:33 am
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bought 2 drumsticks, RM6 each, don’t like it at all, expect it to be like herbal chicken, but it turn out slightly “metallicy”… umm, i don’t know how to describe, maybe the chicken is not wrap well enough, and the burned salt taste penetrated into it.
Location: Taman Muda pasar malam (Sunday night)


T&T Noodle, Taman Muda Pasar Malam (Sunday night)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 24 August 2009 8:24 am
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Here is a mobile pan mee stall selling from a van, in Taman Muda, Cheras pasar malam, every Sunday night.
Seems like they have enough bowls and chopsticks to last the whole night, bowls are seen everywhere around the eating area, and no one in sight to wash them.
Spicy PanMee
My original pan Mee, RM4
What draws me to this stall other than i am a pan mee fan is their claim of using homemade noodle, homemade fried anchovies, homemade fried shallots, homemade chili sauce and homemade stock, in fact the stock is clear with light sweetness. Nice~


Buckle Up at the Back

Posted by vivien | Journal | Monday 24 August 2009 8:13 am
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I am not sure if anyone is uninformed as i am, or can i say never read newspaper except entertainment section, last week while i was service my car in one of the Perodua service centre, found some information thought i will share here…

– With effect from 1 January 2009, all rear passengers in car fitted with seat belts must buckle up.
– Owner of car registered from 1 January 1995 without seat belts are given 3 years until 31 December 2011 to have them installed.
– Car exempted from such new traffic ruling are car registered before 1 January 1995, car registered from 1 January 1995 but without anchorage point (anchorage points are needed to retrofit seat belts)
– All cars registered from 1 January 1995 but without rear seat belts must visit perodua service centre to have them fitted for FREE(this of course only applies for only Perodua cars: Kancil, Kelisa, Kenari, Kembara, Rusa) or must be given exemption stickers if they do not have anchorage point.


Shaker Tea Booth, Pudu

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 24 August 2009 7:52 am
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This quaint little walk-down-memory-lane cafe is located in Pudu.
They have value meal every day from noon-7pm for RM8.60, you can get a main dish + bubble tea + tapioca chips/guiling gao(herbal pudding) + ice tube
soup for only RM2.50, it is instant soup, can’t expect too much for this price, spagetti for only RM5.30 etc
main dish: curry chicken rice, mushroom chicken rice, lemon fish rice etc. Rice is refillable FOC here but make sure no wastage
desserts and snacks, want to try their garlic bread next time
they are also on Apple Daily dated 2002!
reminiscense of high school days, it seems such a loong time ago, we are probably the very few
“oldies” here
black bubble tea, nice chewy tapioca pearls bottom of glass, love this drink
pork stew rice, nice, unexpectedly homey, in a good way… yum
my herbal chicken rice, even the soup taste homey, boiled with real pork bones and vege…
yam soup which turns to be some instant kinda of soup, RM2.50, pretty good actually, not as bad i thought it would be.
guiling gao
ice sticks, those available during my primary school days… ah. time flies
This small cafe mainly caters for high school students, guess that’s why not many people blog about this place.
Address: Shaker Tea Booth
No. 10 Ground Floor,
Jalan Kancil,
Off Jalan Pudu,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Business hour:
Mon-Sat: 10am – 8pm (no orders after 7:30pm)
Sunday: closed
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FCup Cookie from Japan

Posted by vivien | Product | Thursday 20 August 2009 11:16 am
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FCup Cookie(a “breast enhancing cookie”) is hot selling product in Japan or so claimed, available in soy milk and chocolate flavour. It claims to help growth of mammary gland which increases the fat of breasts. It contains 8 essential amino acids which can be found in Pueraria Mirifica and soy milk. Results can be seen as early as 3 weeks, and recommended to take this cookie for at least 2 months continuously, 2 cookies a day with plenty of water. Reason that it could also be a diet food because as the cookies absorbs water, it swells and thus giving you a feeling of being full.
Other ingredients in this cookie includes Sorbitol, Expanding Agent, Quasi-Chocolate, Anatto(Food Colouring), Carotin(food colouring), shortening, sucrose, caramel coloring, red clover and carotenoid.
Above is Fcup cookie being sold in Sasa, 30pcs pack for RM168, and 14pcs pack for RM88(current promotion RM80)
Fcup cookie also being sold in Inbox, 30pcs is RM140 (marked down from normal price of RM168)
Beside that, Inbox also sell Fcup tea, which has fresh tea scents gently relax your nerve and help in sleeping.
If i were to calculate using normal price RM168, and their recommendation of eating continuosly for at least 2 months, 2 pieces a day, it will cost me RM168 * 4 = RM672… hmmm… anyway no matter how they claim it is natural, i still find it kinda unnatural to consume cookie for… how i wish… haha
Anyone has experience with this? the efficacy of this product…
Website: FCup Cookie
Asean Sole Distributor: Cason Trading Sdn Bhd
Email: cason [at] fcup-asean.com
Post in other sites:
Spice Girl eat F-Cup Cookie
Gizmodo.com (selling 4pcs pack too)


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