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Loi Fatt Fatt @ Taman Bukit Indah, OUG

Loi Fatt Fatt
Jalan Perisa,
Taman Bukit Indah,
Oversea Union Garden (OUG),
58200 Kuala Lumpur.

We actually wanted to try out Thai Food next to this shop. Unfortunately, is closed that day. So we decided to try this restaurant out...Well, I wouldn't say it is a restaurant but rather an hut outside some shophouses. Nearby there is some famous pork noodle and One Ming Kee (initial shop). This Loi Fatt Fatt being introduce by Jenny which they served bitter gourd noodle and some other delicacies. This time we ordered some dishes and rice.
Steam Red Talapia Nyonya Style
(sweet & sour taste with bit spicy sensation)

Crispy Chicken Skin
(deep fried chicken skin with some fillet to crisp)
Sweet potato leaves with belacan

Rating: 7 /10

Snacks @ Shilin Night Market, Taiwan

Shilin Night Market
Shihlin District, Taipei City,
Taiwan 111

Food2Buzz welcome the famous and often considered to be the largest night market in Taipei. Shihlin Night Market encompasses varieties of stalls selling eatable and non-eatable stuffs. The food court in Shilin Market have approximately 500 over stalls that being favour among local resident as well as visitor alike.

But do you all know that the original Shilin market was demolished in October 2002 due to safety and fire hazards concern. Most of the vendors being relocated to a newer structure next to Metro Jiantan Station which is where I visited. Going back further, Shilin market was formally established in 1909 only during daytime. Due to overwhelming response from both the vendors and customers, many business being established throughout the day and night time and where Shihlin Night Market is formed.

Normally once people pointed foods in Shilin or Taiwan will sure to be couple as follows:
  • fried chicken steak & deep fried chicken fillet
  • oyster omelet
  • pearl milk tea
  • stinky tofu
  • peanut candy
  • lemon aiyu jelly
  • oyster vermicelli
  • sausages
So without further a due, let me share with you some of the irresistible foods I have in Shihlin Market that you should really try when you visit.

Taiwan Sausages (Sensational)
[Highly Recommended]
- be sure to try their local sausages which you will notice its quite different from Malaysia. Sausages in Taiwan comes in variety shape and sizes which I find it taste better -

Pearl Milk Tea (Great)
- pearl milk powder used both in Taiwan and Malaysia is quite similar thus the taste does not bring much difference yet is still something you shouldn't miss -

Herbal Pork (Great)
- If you are a pork or Ba Kut Teh lover, be sure to try this and as it is also known as the Taiwan Ba Kut Teh but it taste more herbal in it -

Deep Fried Baby Crab (Sensational)
- beautifully salted and deep fried where you can have the whole thing together with its crispy shell -

Overall, the culture in Taiwan night market and local Malaysia night market are very much similar. However, Taiwan night market edge better in terms of completeness, varieties and scale of the night market where is strategically located between shop houses mostly in central cities and towns. Is like a one stop outdoor convenient stores where you can find stretch of foods along the streets of the market.

Stay tuned for more Taiwan Snacks recommendation in the next post on 28 August 2011. I will then share with you what are the snacks that is uncommon, new and not very appetizing to try it.

Rating: 9 /10

Winter Warmers Coffee & Tea House @ The Curve

Winter Warmers Coffee & Tea House
G86, The Curve
Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya,

This is a place to hang out for some coffee and tea but pricey compared to "mamak"... The place is great to sit and relax and also chatting with your friends...Best part is, you can see lots of people walking at The Street while you enjoying your cup of coffee or tea...

Rating: 7 /10

7AteNine @ Jalan Putra, KL

7AteNine, Ascott Kuala Lumpur
No. 9, Jalan Pinang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2161 7789/012-210 3055

In my early days when I start passion on new foods and just initiated to capture it with just my mobile, I visited this exquisite restaurant and bar in Ascott Hotel Kuala Lumpur to celebrate my Birthday. If your are looking for some glamorous, social dining experience perhaps this is the right spot that may interest you.

The unique design of the restaurant are well furbished with fans which are more Eco-friendly and dazzling champagne pillar that goes all the way from the ground floor to the first floor. The cuisine serve here are known as "cosmopolitan" because it ranges from Italian, Japanese, local Malaysian cuisine and many more

Seared foie gras (special)

Sukhotai Lamb (Highly recommended)

Panfried Seabass

Its been a pleasant dinner in such one of its kind ambiance which suitable for a romantic dinning for two or to loosen yourselves and mates with some musics accompanied with champagne and wines.

Rating: 8 /10

Tong San @ Salak South

Tong San
Jalan Tuanku 1,
Salak South Garden,
Kuala Lumpur.

Old time restaurant and still running quite well. Lots of old folks as well as regular customers here... Their food served was amazingly fast and the quality of food is superb... In order to try out some of their local specialties, we asked the lady boss to introduce... She got my respect as she slowly tell us what is great served at their restaurant. Below were the recommendations:
Fish Paste Bee Hoon
Amazingly great...not too dry and not too wet...

Fried "Pak Koh"
Is a kind of noodle which specially made...not a lot of places serve this dish.

Fried "Shun Pun Chi"
It is made of yam (shun pun chi = abacus bead)

Homemade Yong Tau Fu (Assorted)

Fried Kai Lan
Got a bit of chinese wine!!!


Rating: 9 /10

Home Kitchen @ Bandar Puchong Jaya

Home Kitchen
Chinese Hot Wok Cuisine
51G, Jalan Kenari 17F,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47100 Puchong,
Tel: 03-8071 5390
Business hour: 11am - 3pm | 5pm - 10pm | Closed on Wednesday

Idea come from Li Ling and Wei Ing...They had tried before previously and said some of the dishes are great... So we had our lunch here!!!

We start of with a white radish soup (complimentary)

Omelette ("Fu Yong Egg)

Braised ToFu with Vegetable

Fried Sliced Pork with Long Bean

"Sam Pui" Chicken

Fried 4 kind of Vegetable ("Sei Tai Tin Wong")

Rating: 7 /10

Tutti Frutti @ SS 2 Mall, PJ

Tutti Frutti @ SS 2 Mall
No 36G, Jalan SS 2/61,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Tel: 03-78770311

First time trying so called frozen yogurt. This is nice and totally different from ice cream and gelato. At first, I have no idea how to order...Luckily, there is a guide...

Step 1: Choose you cup size
Step 2: Fill up the cup with you choice of frozen yogurt
Step 3: Choose your favorite toppings
Step 4: Weigh and pay

*Remember that the more you take, the more you pay

8 flavors available

Our choices of frozen yogurt

Rating: 8 /10

El Meson @ Bangsar Baru

El Meson Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar
61-63, Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Bangsar,
KL, Malaysia

El Meson located behind HSBC Bangsar and just few steps away from Madam Kwan giving you trilling Spanish cuisine. The chef Fernando Martinez Tabernero serving you famous Seafood delights especially, the most famous Spanish dish, the Paella and top favourite Tapas with own homemade Bread.

The ambiance and lighting was just comforting and relaxing so you can sit back and enjoy your dinning here. The services are very attentive and friendly giving you ideas for people who visited here for the first time.

The walls of the restaurant are all decorated with artistic paintings that can be purchase if it just catches your eyes.

Homemade Bread
- Compliment from management -

Cappellini (RM39.00)
- Aglio Olio with Prawns Scallops and Artichokes -
[Highly Recommended]

Pan fried Chicken breast stuffed with Chicken Liver and Cheese (RM38.00)
- Served with Potato Wedges and Vegetables -

Pork Chop (RM42.00)
- Premium bone: on chops, pan roasted and served with Sauerkraut and Roast Potatoes -
[Highly Recommended]

Conejo a la Cazadora (RM38.00)
- Rabbit stew with Serrano, Pancetta, mushrooms, white wine and fresh herbs -

Penne Carbonara (RM28.00)
- With Smoked Salmon and Mushroom -

Pork Belly and Pork Ribs Stew (RM38)
- With Chorizo, Morcilla Blood Sausage and Beans -
The restaurant is great serving Spanish local taste will just dazzle your dinning experience. Will be back to try their famous Iberico Presa, Roast Suckling Pig, Paella and Risotto..!!! Its pity did not manage to try those but will sure return for it.

Rating: 8.5 /10

Tou Tou @ Sri Petaling

Tou Tou Little Kitchen
No.67, Jalan Radin Bagus
Zone J5, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling
Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur

Introducing to you concept style noodle house which found newly open in Sri Petaling. Its located along the shop lot where Old Town White Coffee Sri Petaling is so just drive along the stretch and you will not miss it.

At first, me though that the shop was related to the famous "Tou Tou" in travel and food programs at first sight. The shop only serve noodles and you can choose between their homemade noodles or ordinary mee hoon/keow teow. Besides, there are 5 types of noodle servings which includes dry, soup, curry, smooth soup, and special.

The lighting inside the restaurant is rather dim and simple design concept being used giving customer some rural atmosphere tasting traditional noodles

Pork Belly Little Noodle [RM6.80]
- according to the waiter, the noodle is homemade and the braised pork belly is chef's special recipe -

Braised Chicken Feet Little Noodle [RM6.80]
- the braised chicken fee rather tough so not that nice -

Pork Ball Keow Teow in Smooth Soup [RM5.80]
- the smooth soup is rather ordinary -

Prawn Ball Little Noodle in Smooth Soup [RM7.80]
- The prawn ball taste better than the pork ball, I feel -

Overall, don't find the place attractive even though we tried most of their specialty so only rated as follows.

Rating: 5.2 /10

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