Monday, December 3, 2007

Hot Chilli "Pan Mee" @ Jln Dewan Sultan Sulaiman Satu, KL

I believe this place needs any more introductions anymore. However, as lame as I was, I never tried this place before.

I was brought there by my sister. Finding parking was not easy.

Trust me this place was packed on lunch time. It took us almost half an hour for our foods.

They only sell dry pan mee with egg. Or should I correct it as their infamous chili pan mee!

This is the secret behind their success, the dry chillies. The magical hot and spicy chili flakes that made me sweat so much and yet it was so good.

Undeniably it was one of the best pan mee I had. I am never was a pan mee fan and I took 2 bowls out first time I ate there. Food was excellent, timing was a bit slow, prepare to wait for 15 min and above but it was all worth it. People there were friendly and service was good. However, there is a copycat pan mee shop opposite cross the road, so beware. I don't really know how they made such good pan mee until it tasted like noodles. Its a must try for pan mee lover or not... Recommendable!

Jln Dewan Sultan Sulaiman Satu, KL

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Basil Leaf Restaurant serves GREAT Thai Food...

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Well, there are good places and there are always great places to go. When you talk about food, its either the place or the food. For Basil Leaf, its best of both. One thing I missed out will be the location, located somewhere off Jln Tun Abdul Razak, its quite hard to locate however, once you know to get there, the next time will be easy.

The place is excellent with great greenery and very comfy. Food? Great as well! Of course the price is reasonable. Set lunch plus here and there is less than RM 20 for the moment (promotion). Its a lovely couple and family place with garden and greenery. A must place to go!

Basil Leaf Restaurant
35 Jalan Damai
Off Jalan Tun Razak
54200 Kuala Lumpur
(603) 2166 1689

Saturday, September 1, 2007

The scenes of Perak trunk roads...

I was off to Pangkor few days ago and as usual during my drive from Bidor to Lumut, Rachel helped me took a few shots of the beautiful scenes of the trunk roads of Perak.

The baby palm oil estate. It will boom in a few years time.
Can you see the difference between the baby palm oil and the mature palm oil trees?
The huge Sungai of Perak or the Perak River, we were crossing the Sultan Azlan Shah bridge if I was not mistaken.
Padi fields of Perak state.
More padi fields.
The coconut estate. If you look carefully there are hundreds or even thousands of them.

Driving around the trunk roads of Perak are quite enjoying plus the different plantations along the way. The roads are easy to drive and the road signs are well positioned unlike Kuala Lumpur. Kudos Perak!

Fireworks at PutraJaya!

It would be "once in a blue moon" to go to Putrajaya. Indeed this was one of the days. Proud to say, Putrajaya was holding an international fireworks competition. It was indeed something that is rare.

The fireworks that filled the night sky with amazing displays.

The fireworks are up!

And the ever amazing finale. This fireworks team is from Italy. Estimated there were thousands of people jamming their way to PutraJaya. It took us around 2 hours to get back to KL. For the 30 min of fireworks, it was worth it. This are not the normal cheap fireworks you saw from KLCC, this are really amazing fireworks that matched those from Disneyland in US. Aug 30th and the final Sept 2 are the last 2 dates. Fireworks starts at 10.30pm.

It was once in a lifetime experience!

Peranakan House, Taman SEA

This little hidden nice restaurant is located at Taman SEA.

I never really had a Peranakan (Nyonya) food in Klang Valley before. Well, the surprise element about this was, my dad brought me there. Travelling from Cheras to PJ for a Peranakan meal, it must be good.

Known as the Peranakan House...

I love this prawn dish. Not too spicy, just right into the taste.

The fried "sotong" is marvelous and veggie... I didn't try.. I'm not a veggie lover... but they said its good... The fried "sotong" (squid) was very crispy.

The signature chicken dish.. different I must say. The taste was somehow very "new" to me. It didn't taste weird, just unusual. It was good.

The price is being reasonable and the foods are good. If you are nearby Taman SEA why don't give this place a try. By the way, the service of this restaurant was good. Recommendable!

Monday, July 30, 2007

O' Brien's @ The Curve

Trust me, this tootsie are lovely bites...
My fav, hot choco with mashmallows...
Latte... I would say its a great place for sandwich and drink its nice as well.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

My cottage at Wagga Wagga, NSW 2001

Found this pictures as well as others from my old laptop. This is the place I stayed in Wagga wagga. Bring back lots of memories so I post it here to show how my place looks like back then.. * Winter days, the days that I needn't to shower much.... as well unlimited sleeps....Missed the breeze....
*Cottage that Rachel used to stay which is just behind my cottage....

*My room and my messiness. Comes with a mini fridge with my unlimited supply of milk and chocolates...

*Me without specs back then, more hair and blonde.....