CWZJ Cuisine Hairy Crab, Kuchai Lama

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 25 December 2010 9:59 pm
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next to Bridgestone tyre service center


Hair Crab Buy 5 Free 1 (for dine in only)


Recommended Dishes: geoduck, lobster, fresh water prawn, smoke duck breast, braised sea cucumber, abalone, shark fin etc


Bean curd dishes




Hairy Crab menu. We went early this month, and they only have male ones RM68 and above. No female hairy crab available.


Hairy Crabs stored in fridge


interior of CWZJ


male hairy crab (183g-195g), RM68


the roe is thick, almost buttery, very yummy.


The servers “dissected” the whole crab for us.


Bean curd with prawn and pumpkin sauce, RM19


Steamed egg plant with preserved vegetables, RM15


Complimentary dessert, sweet potato soup


They also selling mexican geoduck, RM188 each

Overall the food is homey and yummy, can give this a try.

Address: CWZJ Cuisine

No 8, Jalan 11/116B,

Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,

off Jalan Kuchai Lama,

58200 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 603-7981 8714

Fax: 603-7982 4989

Business hour: Monday-Friday(11:30am-3:00pm; 6:00pm-11:00pm); Saturday-Sunday(12pm-11:00pm)

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Invited Review:

Posted by vivien | Product | Monday 20 December 2010 10:07 pm
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PenangStore1 sent me a pack of biscuit to be reviewed. It was delivered via SkyNet, was not at home at time of delivery so had to pick up the biscuit from SkyNet Office near Pudu Jail.


Above is the Tambun biscuit in 4 different flavor: coffee, green tea, yam and durian.


They look fancy, but i don’t like the taste at all :\ Taste kinda artificial.

Website: (sells Penang tambun biscuits etc)


Have you encounter/heard of this?

Posted by vivien | Non-Food Related | Sunday 19 December 2010 8:05 pm
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Just changed job, now working in Bangsar, just about a week into it and i got a traffic compound from Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur(DBKL) for parking on road side which is not lined with yellow marking. The exact place which i parked was behind a blue proton car, see pic below


i parked between the dark and light blue proton.


Maybe i park too near the entrance to Bangsar Seafood restaurant(to the left of the above pic)?!  or the road is kinda narrow…? The offence is “Kedudukan atau keadaan kenderaan mungkin atau menyebabkan bahaya, halangan atau kesusahan tidak diduga kepada pengguna-pengguna jalan lain” Kinda vague don’t you think?

Anyway, there is a automatic 50% discount if you settle the traffic compound within 14 days, paid RM50 and never to park there again :S


Invited Review: Ristretto, Mont Kiara

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 11 December 2010 10:20 am
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cosy interior, thanks to Ristretto for inviting my friend and I for this coffee tasting. They are selling their hot latte, cappuccino and flat white for only RM3. This cafe is located in a relatively new area in Mont Kiara, very near to Plaza Mont Kiara.


coffee, only RM3

and my honeydew matcha, RM12 (fresh honeydew blended with green tea powder), RM12, very yummy, complemented by natural sweetness from the honeydew, i didn’t order coffee as i not not really a coffee person 😛


Provencale Lamb, RM35, the mash potato is thick and nice, the lamb is of harder texture as they are chargrilled then boiled for 6 hours. This is not the fork tender type of lambshank, there is definitely some bite to this 🙂


black board of type of coffee they have for “Baby” coffee connoisseur: Green tea latte, babycinno and hot chocolate, and they are some for “noob”: Affogato, cappucinno etc, and they are some for hardcore coffee lover: double ristretto etc


strawberry sponge is yummy, although just simple sponge with strawberry jam in between, RM8


carrot cake is really good as well, RM8




Ristretto is using a naked portafilter, it is a bottomless portafilter “chopped”, or cut off, so that the entire bottom is visible and thus called naked. The one on the right in the above picture is a naked portafilter and the one on the left is a commonly used one. Julian of Ristretto showed us the technique of using a naked portafilter… blonding… tiger stripes(meaning the coffee flows down in a shade of blonde and brown resembling tiger stripes)


the remain of ground coffee from portafiler, it should resemble a soft cake, with some moisture.

For this invited review, Ristretto waived out the drinks cost for us 🙂

Address: Ristretto espresso bar

Shop 3A @ 10 Mont Kiara,

No. 4, Jalan Kiara 1,

Mont Kiara,

50480 Kuala Lumpur


Price: no tax and service charge!

Business hour: 7:30am-9:30pm (closed on Mondays)

Contact: 017-313 3931 or 012-528 1679

Website: Ristretto

Facebook: Ristretto | Facebook

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Khayam-E-Basera, Arabian/Mughal food, Cyberjaya

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 6 December 2010 11:12 pm
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They serve Arabian and Mughal (Pakistan) food, food are yummy, hearty and homey.


Chicken Karahi, chicken cooked with traditional Mughal style in medium thick gravy, RM7.90. Capati(RM1) is really nice


They have 3 kinds of dhal: Dal Tarka(RM3.50), Dal Makhani(RM5.90) and Dal Multani(RM3.90). Above is dhal Tarka


Entrees and Vegetarian menu(to be served with capati bread)


More vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, to be served with their home-made chapati


Drinks are cheap here, ice lemon tea for RM2 and Mango Lassi only RM3.50


More non-vegetarian dish and rice dishes

Address: Khayam-E-Basera (home delivery and catering services available)

29-G, NeoCyber,

Lingkaran Cyber Point Barat,

63000 Cyberjaya,

Selangor Darul Ehsan,



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