Saturday, July 30, 2011

Restaurant Joe Joe

Claypot lou shu fun. They did not use the claypot to cook, the word "claypot" in this scenario means decoration. It's quite pointless to say this is Claypot lou shu fun when they did not even use claypot to cook it. As for the taste of it, it's okay. Price is fairly cheap, with mostly less than RM10 per portion.

Restaurant Joe Joe
Viva Mall
85 Jalan Loke Yew,
Kuala Lumpur 55200 WP
(03) 9285 6139

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Steam Room

Coconut soup, a bit too oily. It could've been better if they handled the chicken before boiling the soup. Like, removing the fats? The reason people opt to eat "steamed" food is because we want less oily food, but this coconut soup defeats the purpose of it. I'm quite particular with soup - oily soup is a no-no.

Minced meat, normal stuff. One thing for sure, it's not bad.

Steamed egg. Good thing if you are after food which are not oily.

Note : Don't order their fried food. Steam room is famous for their steamed stuff.

Steam Room Malaysia

Viva Mall
85 Jalan Loke Yew,
Kuala Lumpur 55200 WP
(03) 9200 9906

Sunway Giza Mall
Jalan PJU 5/14, PJU 5,
Kota Damansara
Selangor 47810 PJ
(03) 6141 6608

1 Mont' Kiara Mall
No 1 Jalan Kiara,
Mont' Kiara
Kuala Lumpur 50480 WP
*Opening soon

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Grand Imperial

Must try roasted pork. The skin is so crunchy, when you put it into your mouth it melts.
Salmon quite normal.

Beggar chicken. Interesting.. they actually allow us break the pot!

Claypot waxed meat rice / lap mei fan. Everything was just right. Love the rice and the meat.

Kobe beef - very fine and tender. Nothing like any normal beef.
Abalone and tofu. I love their tofu! I think they serve the best tofu. I don't normally eat tofu, but their tofu is that good, you know one piece is not enough. :)

They also serve dimsum in the morning till noon. Lao sah bao // Salted egg yolk custard bao. Becareful it's very hot, it flows out rightaway after I bit it.

They serve great dessert too.
Mango with pomelo strips, strawberry and sago.
Avocado with tofu.

Grand Imperial Malaysia
Bangsar Shopping Center
(03) 2283 1118
Hartamas Shopping Center
(03) 6201 3777
USJ 19 Mall
(03) 8024 8777
One Utama Shopping Center
(03) 7729 7223
Casa Klang
H/P : 012 9136 089

Grand Imperial London
101 Buckingham Palace Road,
London SW1W 0SJ
(020) 7821 8898
United Kingdom

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Kin Kin Pan Mee

I love pan mee. But I prefer the soup over the dry one. Of course the dry one has it's own specialities too. Kin Kin is famous for their dry pan mee. Add in their special chilli when you mix your bowl of noodle. Mix it quickly before the egg is cold. Don't put too much chilli if you can't take spicy food.

They are also famous for their not-so-good service especially during peak hours. So don't put too high expectations.

Kin Kin Pan Mee
6-G Jalan Perubatan 4,
Pandan Indah off Jalan Pandan Ilmu
Kuala Lumpur 55100 WP

Friday, July 8, 2011

Hot Dog Stall

 We stopped by for a quick lunch at one of the stalls...

 The pizza was very very creamy and thick in cheese. If you love cheese, you'll find this OK for a quick lunch.

 Tasteless pasta.. Can't have expectations especially when it comes to a theme park where there are not many choices to begin with.

I love hot dogs. Even though it looks horrible like it has been squished or something, but it tasted awesome. The bread is a bit soft and goes well with the slightly salted sausage. Quick and simple.

Universal Studios Hollywood Los Angeles

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Restaurant Pho De Paris

I always thought only Vietnamese serves really good beef ball noodles. Turned out that I was wrong. Cambodia's Pho De Paris also serves really good beef ball noodles.. The portion is really huge. Totally reminds me of Mekong back in Melbourne. Surprisingly.. I feel this one is nicer than Mekong's.

Crispy spring rolls.. Sooo delicious I wish I can have them for lunch everyday.

Restaurant Pho De Paris
260 Monivong Boulevard,
Phnom Pehn