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Outdark from Busan, Korea had landed @ SS15, Subang

Was heading to Subang to enjoy my favourite Burger and reached right in front of their outlet only realise that they closed on Monday. Walk around quite a while and had decided to eat Twins Dakgalbi which is one of my favourite home cook method till I stumble this huge awesome Korean decor which is a new outlet, OUTDark, SS15. Then we make a U turn and decided to try this place out. Apparently, OUTDARK is a famous Korean brand…

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Bumbung Nasi Lemak & Indomie @ Maybank, Seapark,PJ

After saw Bangsar-Babe posting on this nasi lemak stall, it had been a tempting sensation till I have been visiting this stall for twice a week for the past 2 weeks. It is addictive at times were last time I used to come 3-4 times a week here. Bumbung Nasi Lemak at Maybank Seapark is indeed one of a supper place to hunt for when it comes to best nasi lemak in PJ. *Repost of very old content because of…

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61 Monarchy hidden Speakseasy Whisky Bar @ Damansara Uptown

I guess I am a little late to discover this place – 61 Monarchy is actually a hidden speakseasy Whisky Bar at Damansara Uptown. I dare to say that this place is actually a no.1 whisky bar to be as they have the most whisky in PJ. Actually, to locate this place, it is not hard as you need to find a particular shop only. As you walk up the stairs you will be greeted with a guarded dog. As…

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Donutes @ Puchong Jaya

I still remember a few years ago when Donutes open its door to public  back in 2013 that marks them the first outlet in Malaysia, they were on the hype as one of a bakery cafe that started off with 24 hours cafe operational and won many of the neighborhood crowd to hang around there. Only then I realise it is actually a Taiwanese brand. Donuts established in the year of 1989 in Gao Xiong, Taipei, where they started as…

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Sho Kushiage @ Sunway Pyramid

Sho Kushiage is indeed one of a more popular eatery in Sunway Pyramid that offers affordable Japanese Tonkatsu meal or in another way known as Japanese Deep Fried Pork Cutlet. Offerings in here is slightly fusion. Upon seated, you will be served with sesame seeds and a roller along with 2 mini side dish. With the roller, it is actually for you to grin on the seeds in clock circular  motion. To determine how fine the sesame seeds will be…

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Taipei Taipei @ Sunway Giza, Kota Damansara

Not too sure how many decent Taiwan food we have in Klang Valley. One of my frequent visit outlet over past 2 years is Taipei Taipei. One of a restaurant that been serving quite consistent Taiwanese food. This outlet is certainly classic as the interior resembles all the way back in 80’s. Most of the classic street Taiwanese food is available in this menu. Of course price is slightly more expensive however the size is decent. This is one of…

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OWL Espresso Cafe @ SS15

OWL Espresso Cafe is one of the famous bingsu cafe in SS15. After operating in this area for 2 years, they still remain as one of the top hangout place for students when it comes to Korean dessert. To be honest, this is my first time here after hearing so much good things about them. Mango Cheese Bingsu @ RM 23 (regular) cheesecake, crunch powder, fresh mango – mango ice cream. I have better ones before and this is pretty…

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Bonfire Restaurant & Bar @ Starling Mall

Keen to try some new places and Bonfire Restaurant & Bar was one of the latest place we hit on. One of the reason choosing this restaurant is also they cook using wood fire which is something quite interesting. Read from some where, that  it is run by Damansara Uptown’s Lou Shang Bar. Menu is only a 2 pager thing. While you are waiting for your mains, you will be serve with their hot bread and special home made butter.…

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Restaurant Cawan @ Kota Damansara

Since started working around the area, I have become one of a regular customer for this malay nasi campur shop in Kota Damansara known as Restaurant Cawan. They offer variety of dishes ranging from classic malay dish with veggie and sambal to curries, soups and others. During lunch time, here is jam pack with all the factories people around and alot usually make a take away. Their choices of dishes are 80% the same most of the time with 20%…

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Yoogane Dak Galbi @ 1-Utama

I indeed love my Korean food, as with variety of Korean food that is available now in Klang Valley is indeed plenty. One of the latest chain hail all the way from Busan, South Korea – Yoogane Dak Galbi is regard as one of a famous chain or known as No.1 Dakgalbi in Korea in that state.. Starting off their first outlet 2 months ago at 1 Utama, I only went to try it out right before Chinese New Year.…

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