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Taifeng Taiwanese Hotpot (台风台式火锅) @ Plaza Menjalara, Kepong

I was craving for steamboat and knowing Kepong Bandar Menjalara do have a steamboat street but I was looking for something different till saw a post from VKeong mentioning this hidden place in Plaza Menjalara that house Taifeng Taiwanese Hotpot (台风台式火锅). Indeed it is a hidden place as this place are located at the back of a shoplot. Taifeng do look legit and love how the built up their interior. Resemblance of Taiwan outskirt family run restaurant. Many ingredients are…

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Ye Zi 椰子@ 1 Mont Kiara

For a steamboat restaurantYe Zi 椰子 did make a huge buzz as when they started operating their first outlet at The Roof, they had won numberous awards such as “Most Outstanding Soup”, “Most Outstanding Dining Experience”, “Most Outstanding Alternative Main Course” and “Best Value Festival Menu” and others. Recently they have also expanded with their second premium outlet located at 1 Mont Kiara. Yezi’s soups are quite special especially their truffles soup and imperial soup. 5 types of soup for you…

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HoHo Steamboat Restaurant (好好海鮮火鍋之家) @ Sri Petaling, KL

I have been hearing HoHo Steamboat Restaurant (好好海鮮火鍋之家) at Sri Petaling is one of a recommended steamboat recommendations from some of my friends since many years back. Only recently decided to check them out. As I was craving for Tomyum Soup base, decided to choose it and also the restaurant famous clear soup base. Overall, I guess I am not the right target market. Find that the items in here are way overprice as I paid estimated RM 90 for this…

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Thai Camp @ Taman Paramount, PJ

Thai Camp is one of a hidden joint in Taman Paramount that serve Authentic Thai Street Food. It is not that hard to locate the shop as the shop is facing the main road. Lunch time here is pack with hungry hunters from offices around. Their menu is rather straight forward that offer mostly Thai Street Food. Thai Ice Milk Tea (Cha Yen) @ RM 4.90 Thai Pork Satay (Moo Ping) @ RM 9 Fried Pork Pop (Moo Sab Tod)…

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Restaurant Penang Corner @ Kepong

Restaurant Penang Corner is one of a hidden gem that serve Penang hawker food in Kepong. Their taste is slightly different as I believe their cooking method is more towards Penang Mainland version. However they still offer great selection as most of the operator are from Penang. This might look like a hawker center but its a table ordering system. Just find a  place and 1 auntie or uncle that is responsible taking order will be with you to take…

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The Eight Avenue New Menu 2016 @ Publika

Ever since the discovery of The Eight Avenue at Publika by random, this place had became one of my regular place. No doubt that they serve pretty good food for an affordable price. With 15 months of operation, they had recently launch a new menu. Still one of their main signature as Angles and Demons is still staying strong in the menu. @ RM 21.90, smoked salmon wrapped in juicy melon and bacon wrapped prunes. This is my first time having prunes top…

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Gangnam Oppa BBQ @ Uptown Damansara, PJ

Gangnam Oppa BBQ is one of the latest Korean BBQ joint at Uptown Damansara. It is run by a Korean family and I quite love this restaurant. Among many other BBQ place, their seasoning is a bit mild and this outlet, they have heavy seasoning hence the marinated meat hit onto the bbq pit. It smells and taste good. The outlet is located in between Old Town White Coffee and Hong Leong Bank. Their free-flow banchans is good too! A must…

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Putien @ 1-Utama

Putien one of a well known family restaurant among my friends. Well known for their consistancy food quality and classic Chinese dish is a place worth to consider for family gathering. They specialises in Heng Hwa cuisine that originates from Fujian, with a story that heads back as a coffee shop in Singapore’s Kitchener Road in 2000.  With their consistantcy of quality, this year Putian bagged One Star Michelin Award for its Kitchener Road Outlet by the inaugural Michelin Guide Singapore…

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Heng Kee Bak Kut Teh @ PJ Old Town

Heng Kee Bak Kut Teh is indeed a very subjective meal to many diners out there. Some love their soup base pungent in hearbs taste, others like mild, little hint of white pepper and the list goes on. Heng Kee Bak Kut Teh that sits in PJ Old Town is one of a well known bkt to many other folks out there.         Since we love our spare part, we order a bowl ourself . . Bak…

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Mun Kee Steam Fish Head @ Happy Garden

I was trying to hunt a stall of Wan Tan Mee around the area which was recommended by my friend. Then could not locate the stall and we randomly pick Mun Kee Steam Fish Head since it was the nearest to where I park my car. There were not much people during weekday lunch, but certainly impress with their huge steam machine. We were recommended by the auntie that their best seller are this few dishes. this is new to…

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