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King's Seafood Restaurant @ Eastwood, Sydney

King's Seafood Restaurant
140, Rowe Street,
Eastwood NSW 2122.
Tel: 98746618

Daily Yum Cha:
Mon~Fri - 10:00am~3:30pm
Sat~Sun - 9:00am~4:00pm

Sun~Thur - 5:30pm~10:30pm
Fri~Sat - 5:30pm~11:00pm

This is the first thing I had once I touch down in Sydney, Australia... Thanks Min Jiat for bringing us here..

I can't really remembered the name of this bean curd dish...but i can tell you this is nice (mixture of bean curd, prawns, mushrooms & vegetables.

Pork rib with pineapple - just ordinary!!!

Stir fried french bean - yummy!!!

Rating: 8/10

Pancakes on The Rocks @ The Rocks, Sydney

Pancakes on The Rocks
4 Hickson Road, The Rocks, 
Sydney, Australia.
Trading Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Tel: 92476371
Fax: 92522900

Being told that there is a famous pancake shop in the town and this is it...
"Pancakes on The Rocks"

Although we are early, the crowd were crazeee...luckily, we manage to get a table for 2 just a couple of minutes of waiting.

The kitchen area...lots of workers preparing the famous and delicious pancake

Walnut & Banana Pancake

Blueberry Pancake

Rating: 9/10

Lowenbrau Keller @ The Rocks, Sydney

Lowenbrau Keller
Corner Playfair & Angle Streets
The Rock, Sydney, Australia
Tel: 92477785

Apparently this place is famous with their German food and also German beer (Lowenbrau)... The atmosphere is there and the place is huge to accommodate easily 10 - 150 pax at one go... 

Outside seaters...good crowd and good place

Inside environment with German ambience....

The menu showing House Specialties

Franzishaner Weissbier (300ml) & Lowenbrau (500ml)

Pretzel - not too bad but I prefer Mary Anne's back in Malaysia

Schlachtplatte - Sausages, Chicken Schnitzel, Meat Loaf and Roast Pork Belly, Served with Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut, Braised Red Cabbage, Bread Dumpling and Bier Gravy Double the Size and get a Roasted Pork Knuckle on Top!

Remember to pay with your waiter at your table...

Rating: 6/10

Restaurant Sam You @ PJ State

Restaurant Sam You
Lot 56 to 58, Jalan 52/4
Section 52,
46200 Petaling Jaya,

Tel: 03-7955 1197 or 1179

Business Hours: 10.30am to 2.30pm / 5.30pm to 10.30pm

During month of Chinese New Year especially towards the eve and in Petaling Jaya area is never easy to get table for your family and friends to gather around and have a prosperous dinner. I was seeking for one and have travel around PJ from one restaurant to another to obtain the price and further inquiry before finalise our decision to drop by Sam You (means three friends) for our CNY reunion dinner with my friends.

The restaurant is strategically located in the central of PJ State area near MPSJ with simple local Chinese decor serving generous portion of dishes for all. Normally, dinner set during CNY period is pretty fixed but we manage to upgrade the meal with minimum payment and deducting the alcoholic beverages for the dinner.

Is pretty pack during that night yet we get closer as enjoy our delightful dinner together.

Salmon Yee Sang (Sensational)

Shark Fin Soup

Suckling Piglet (Great)

Sea Cucumber with tofu

Mixed Wax Rice

Ginseng with sea coconut

Red Bean Pau

The menu also come with a fish dish whereby i missed it during the dinner but its nice as well. For such economical price with wonderful dishes is simply value for money nonetheless the meaning behind the dinner having together is most appreciated.

Rating: 7.5 /10


Persimmon is a multi-trunked or single-stemmed deciduous tree, which grows up to 25 ft. in height. They grow best in areas that have moderate winters and relatively mild summers.

Persimmons trees are broadly classified into two general categories: those that bear "astringent fruit" until they are soft ripe and those that bear "non-astringent" fruits. An astringent cultivar, which is commonly cultivated in Japan known as “Hachiya” is high in tannins and must be allowed to ripen fully until to become jelly soft in consistency before it is fit to eat. A non-astringent persimmon, on the other hand, contains less tannin, can be eaten while it is crispy as in apples. Astringency can be removed by treating the fruit with carbon dioxide or alcohol.

During each season the tree bears, numerous fruits that vary by cultivar from spherical to heart to flattened or squash in shape. They also greatly vary in size from as little as a few ounces to more than a pound. The color of the fruit varies from light yellow-orange to dark orange-red. The entire fruit is edible except for the seed and calyx.

1. The fruit is low in calories (provides 70 cal/100g) and fats but is rich source of dietary fiber.

2. Persimmons contain many health benefiting phyto-nutrients flavonoid poly-phenolic anti-oxidants like catechins and gallocatechins as well as important anti-tumor compound betulinic acid. Catechins are known to have anti-infective, anti-inflammatory and anti-hemorrhagic (prevents bleeding from small blood vessels) properties.

3. Fresh permissions contain anti-oxidant compounds like vitamin-A, beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin and cryptoxanthin. Together, these compounds functions as protective scavengers against oxygen-derived free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) that plays a role in aging and various disease processes.

4. zeaxanthin, an important dietary carotenoid, selectively absorbed into the retinal macula lutea in the eyes where it is thought to provide antioxidant and protective light-filtering functions; thus, helps prevent "Age related macular disease"(ARMD) in the elderly.

5. The fruits are also very good source of vitamin-C, another powerful antioxidant (especially native Chinese and American persimmons; provide 80% of DRI). Regular consumption of foods rich in vitamin C helps body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful, pro-inflammatory free radicals.

6. The fruit is good in many valuable B-complex vitamins such as folic acid, pyridoxine (vitamin B-6), thiamin...etc. These vitamins act as co-factors for numerous metabolic enzymatic functions in the body.

7. Fresh Persimmon fruits also contain healthy amounts of minerals like potassium, manganese (15% of DRI), copper (12% of DRI), and phosphorus. Manganese is a co-factor for the enzyme, superoxide dismutase, which is a very powerful free radical scavenger. Copper is a co-factor for many vital enzymes, including cytochrome c-oxidase and superoxide dismutase (other minerals function as cofactors for this enzyme are manganese and zinc). Copper is also required for the production of red blood cells.

The information here is intended for interest only and must not be use as a treatment for health problems. Please consult a qualified nutritional therapist for more information and recommendations.

Write up: Courtesy to Nutrition & You

Pantai Seafood Restaurant @ Kayu Ara (CNY Edition)

Pantai Seafood Restaurant, Kayu Ara
Lot 13575, Jalan Cempaka PJU 6A,
Kg. Sg. Kayu Ara, Petaling Jaya
Tel:+603. 7725 5099/1099

Celebrating the prosperous meal few days before CNY with my vacation friends because what we used to hang out together travel outstation and overseas. The dinner had become our tradition to have CNY meal together annually and most of the time we have seafood.

This year we visited Pantai Seafood and have fresh crabs and prawns on the table.

Yee Sang
- How can we miss this in such occasion -

Fresh Steam Prawn (Highly Recommended)
- The sweet taste of freshness from alive prawn made in the simpleness way let you experience the real taste of the sea and goes absolutely great with special dipping serve by the chef -

Fried Rice
- For those hungry nutz -

Ying Yang Kai Lan (Recommended)
- This dish is not widely serve is all restaurant whereby the leaves of the vege is separated from the stem and fried exactly right without oily taste while the stem is stir fried with garlic to bring out the taste of crunching -

Singaporean Fried Bee Hoon
- I prefer this than the fried rice to be fair -

Steam Fish
- During such demanding season, the fresh fish is serve and reasonable price -

Spicy & Sour Crab
- Love it..!! -

Salted Egg with Crab (Recommended)

Fried Bread
- It goes well with the Spicy & Sour Crab -

This is how it end up end after 45 minutes..!!!

The place was great, spacious and reasonable service provided as well as timely and generous portion serving each dish. Really satisfy with the taste =)

Rating: 8.5 /10

Oriental Pearl Restaurant @ Bukit Jalil (Lunch Set Edition)

Oriental Pearl Restaurant (Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort)
Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort
Jalan 3/155B, Bukit Jalil
57000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : +603-8994 4811
Business Hour :

Mon - Sat
11.30am - 2.30pm
6.30pm - 10.30pm

Sun & Public Holidays
10.00am - 2.30pm
6.30pm - 10.30pm

After introduction by Sidney on 28 Feb 2011, decided to post another recap on this allowing viewers to have additional ideas when come to seeking places for proper dinning during the Chinese New Year festive season.

Its unique whereby its located within the Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort which ease parking problems face by customers and easy to locate the place. Oriental Pearl is member of Tai Thong Group of Restaurants and also rated as Halal besides the one located in Maju Junction. Therefore, good news for companies that are planning for lunch/dinner location for their Muslim and non-Muslim staffs. They also have spacious banquet hall that could accommodate up too 50 tables for business/personal events.

During these visit, we simply order one of the lunch set menu which cost about RM300++ per table. Do inquire about the set menu as it will be change from time to time.

Shark Fin Soup

Roasted Duck

Braised Abalone Slice with Wild Mushroom Basket

Fried Butter Prawn
Roasted Chicken with fried garlic

Steam Fish

Stir-fried noodles in special sauce

Overall, its ordinary Chinese cuisine that don't have much surprises but good enough for simple lunch dinning.

Rating: 5.5 /10
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