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Kajang Hot and Spicy Soup @ Puchong Jaya

Kajang Hot and Spicy Soup (Sup Pedas Kajang)
18-01, Jalan Kenari 18A,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
Tel: 03-80762793

This is a new branch which located behind Restoran Taiping Lang. I think quite a number of people heard before sup pedas kajang or sup pedas ayam kampung...So I take a try on this shop to share my experience with you all...

Hot & Spicy Soup (Chicken & Pork)
They used ginger sliced and pepper powder ( it would be better if they put ginger block and pepper corn)

Fried French Bean with Choy Poh

Rating: 6 /10

Flying Wan Tan Mee @ Seapark

Flying Wan Tan Mee
Jalan 21/22 ,
Taman Paramount,
Petaling Jaya

GPS Location : N03 06.636 E101 37.317

Some label this stall as Kung Fu wan tan mee and some Flying wan tan mee. Whatever is being named the most special is that you shall enjoy it by observing the guy cooking the wan tan mee by tossing it up high in the sky in order to get spongy and good texture of the noodle.

Its located near the famous Seapark nasi lemak over the slope that easy to locate because you will see loads of people will be sitting around waiting for their plates.

Flying Wan Tan Mee (Nice)
- spongy wan tan mee dress with their soy sauce and beautifully roasted BBQ pork slice -

Wan Tan Soup

After watching the video, you may be curious why is he tossing the noodles so high up but you will understand when you tasted the noodles yourselves.

Rating: 6.5 /10

Thong's Recipe @ Kelana Jaya (Halal Edition)

Thong's Recipe
16G, Block B,
Zenith Corporate Park,
Jalan SS7/26,
47301 Petaling Jaya,

Tel: +603 - 7886 4877

Previously, this restaurant is label as "pork free" which means they do not serve pork...But recent visit, they already put up the halal certificate at the main entrance. That seems to be good move for those Muslim to have Chinese food...

Belacan Fried Long Bean
The belacan is nice...just fried to perfection

Deep Fried Squid with Salted Egg
This is good...Erm, it is abit salty (due to the salted egg yolk)

Hot Plate Beancurd
This looks good...but the starch a bit too much and make the gravy too sticky...
Suggestion: Cover the bottom of the hot plate with egg...Actually, the egg is there but not fully covered.

Rating: 7.5 /10

Boston Baru @ Klang

Restoran Boston Baru
Jalan Kapar, Klang
Open at 6.00pm
016-268 3104/012-905 3523]

This is something that you shouldn't miss if you are wondering around Klang town for dinner. Thanks to my collegemate introducing this great restaurant to me and love it since. The restaurant is along Lembaga Tabung Haji opposite KWSP. Its not hard to find but the waiting will be difficult.

Normally, travel down early and reach there bout 545pm as soon as they open and tables arranging out to start his business else you will need to wait even longer if you arrive during the peak dinner hours. You are only allow to place your orders upon settle down at your table when your early else you will need to place your orders first and wait for available tables.

The longest waiting time for me is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes including 30 minutes waiting for available table. Apart from the waiting, I'm pretty satisfy with all the servings by the restaurant.

Fried Tapioca Noodle [Big - RM10.00]
(Highly Recommended - Sensational)
- Hokkien known as "Xu Fun Gen" which you hardly found around PJ or other state as the noodles are mostly handmade and not commercially found like normal mee/mee hoon -

Fried Keow Teow [Big - RM10.00]
(Recommended - Great)
- it is fried together with preserve radish thus you will find it different from ordinary fried keow teow yet tasty -

Fried Special Sang Mee(Great)

Steamed LaLa
(Highly Recommended - Sensational)
- strong ginger and spiciness of small chilly with chinese wine aroma -

Nestume Mantis Prawn
(Highly Recommended - Sensational)
- hardly found this in many places as normal restaurant only serve butter style -

Sizzling Seafood [RM25.00]
- sweet sour sauce over fresh seafoods serving on hot plate -

Sweet and Sour Pork
- something ordinary but yet good in taste -

Overall, with reasonable price and great taste is worth for me to wait that long but if you are really hungry then keep this option for other round.

Tips: if you too hungry while waiting, you can walk over across the street and take away ba kut teh *winkz*

Rating: 9 /10

Chan Sow Lin's Nasi Biryani @ Chan Sow Lin, KL

Chan Sow Lin's Nasi Biryani
Jalan Satu, Chan Sow Lin,
55200 Kuala Lumpur.
GPS Coordinate: 3.126456,101.711404

Biryani rice is a set of rice-based foods made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and meat, fish, eggs or vegetables. The Biryani originated in the Indian Subcontinent. Biryani is popular not only in South Asia but also in Arabia and within various South Asian communities in Western countries. The dish has many local variants.

This little stall located just right opposite CIMB Bank at Chan Sow Lin. Introduced by Uncle Choo...The rice is so nice as well as the side dishes.
Nasi Biryani with Vegetable and Egg
The rice is perfectly cooked with the spices

Curry Lamb
Taste great and doesn't have any the "lamby" smell

 Ayam Masak Merah
This is just normal but it goes well with nasi biryani

 Fried Chicken and Fried Fish
The chicken is just ordinary but the fish is better compared to the chicken..

Rating: 8 /10

The Wok Cafe @ Kota Damansara

The Wok Cafe
26-G, Jalan PJU 5/21,
The Strand Damansara,
Kota Damansara,
47810, Petaling Jaya.

Business Hour : 11am to 10pm
Off Day: Monday


The Wok Cafe looks like a traditional baba and nyonya house from outside. When there the first time without my camera thus decided to drop by again the second with for some pictures for this review.

The restaurant were decorated the old school way with plenty of antiques being displayed and all the tables were those old chinese marble top with a wooden carved leg plus the old wooden chairs bringing back memories of the 50s cafe in Penang.

The Wok serves real authentic of Penang cuisine with new concept that is deceptively simple but involves a complex balance of Nyonya food and local hawker favourites has something for every diner to enjoy which includes myself.

Before I start my review, allow me to blog a brief background of the arrival of Baba-Nyonya cuisine:
Baba-Nyonya, Peranakan and Straits Chinese are terms related to the culture of the early Chinese immigrants to Malaya in the early nineteenth century. Majority of these immigrants intermarried with the local Malays, Siamese and Indian and later spread throughout the British Straits Settlements to Penang, Malacca and Singapore. Peranakan means "Straits-born" in Bahasa Melayu and is also used to describe this ethnic illustrious community whereby the women are known as " Nyonyas " and the men " Babas ". The blend of different community not just derived in new breed of cultures, customs, traditions arts as well as the emergence of Baba-Nyonya cuisine.

Nyonya cuisine is an exotic art with distinctive tradition, spices and herbs and mix of culinary skills between the Chinese and Malay which commonly knows as Peranakan cooking. The combination of spicy and non-spicy dishes of curries, fries, soups and stews are extraordinary that makes Nyonyas housewives of the past are fiercely proud of their cuisine. The Penang Nyonyas drew inspiration from Thai cooking style with preference for sour food, hot chilies, fragrant herbs and pungent shrimp paste (belachan).

Hong Bak - Pork Stew (Recommended)

Inche Kabin - Chicken (Recommended)

Tamarind Prawns - Asam Prawns (Recommended)

Complimentary Desserts - Syrup Jelly

Complimentary Desserts - Red Bean Soup

Really enjoy all the dishes served but before I end these post would love to bring your attention that there are other recommended cookery that you would love to try which are as follows:
Perut Ikan, Lor Bak (Pork Rolls), Hong Bak (Pork Stew), Curry Kapitan Chicken, Inche Kabin, Gulai Tumis Fish, Tamarind Prawns (Asam Prawns), Pork Cincalok, Kiam Chai Ark (Preserved Salted Vege Duck Soup), Kerabu Mango, Jiu Hu Char

Rating: 8.3 /10

Charcoal King Restaurant @ Kuchai Entrepreneur Park

Charcoal King Restaurant
C-0-25, Jalan Kuchai Maju 1,
58200 Kuchai Lama, KL.
Tel: 012-9208252

Thanks to MilkADeal which advertise a good offer...Anyway, this shop is the same row with Maybank or opposite Old Town White Coffee...

Claypot Chicken Rice (Small - RM6.00 & Big - RM12)
Additional Egg, Salted Fish, Chinese Sausage - RM1 each
The flavour of the rice as well as the fragrance of it attracts me...with additional of chinese sausage, salted egg and egg - it makes it even better...It will be good if they increase the chicken portion as we manage to see about 5 pieces of chicken in the pot...

Stir fried brussel sprout leaves ("choy tam") (Small - RM8.00 & Big - RM12)
This is my favourite vegetable...

Stir fried baby pak choy (Small - RM8.00 & Big - RM12)
They are good in cooking the vegetables...

Pig Stomach Pepper Soup (RM5.50)
This is good..but i prefer my grandma soup!!!

ABC Soup (RM5.00)
Mixture of Carrot, Potato, Tomato and Onion with Pork...Not good enough!!!

Pickles Tofu Soup (RM5.00)
This is Stephanie order...quite nice and not too salty..

Iced White Coffee (RM2.80) & Sugar Cane Lemon (RM2.50)

Rating: 7/10

Restoran Lan Je Sdn Bhd @ USJ 1, Subang Jaya

Restoran Lan Je Sdn. Bhd.
No. 16 & 18, Jalan USJ 1/1B,
Regalia Business Centre,
47620 Subang Jaya

Business Hours: 11.30am - 3.00pm & 5.30pm - 9.30pm
(Close on Tuesday)
Tel: 012 - 568 9391 (Tony) / 016 - 668 9391 (Angel)

"One Fish per Person" concept introduce by the famous Lan Je have already 6 branches including this one in USJ. Out of the remaining 5, are located in Rawang (HQ), Balakong, Desa Aman Puri, Kota Damansara, and Taman Lensen.

Apart from the normal steam fish which only cost RM15 per fish, they also have normal dishes like stir-fried vege, omelet, and meats. You can choose the level of spiciness between extreme, ordinary or non spicy suitable for your preferences.

Although the shop newly open but it fast become hotspot for family dinning and famous around the neighborhood.

Steam Fish (Great)
- Ordinary spiciness with garlic and ginger covering the fish -

Foo Yong Omelet (Average)
- Something ordinary but will get you continue having it and one of the most common dish -

Stir-fried kangkung with garlic (Average)

Stir fried four angled bean (Average)

Overall, Lan Je have made ordinary steam fish into something special and you can enjoy the whole fish yourselves. For the price of RM15 per fish is quite reasonable either you having it solely or sharing among others.

Rating: 7 /10
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