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BM Yam Rice @ Bukit Mertajam, Penang

Whenver I am back to Penang, I will try to head over to BM Yam Rice 大山脚芋饭 at Bukit Mertajam, Penang as one of my favourite dining place. They have been operating this place for more than 30 years and it is a family run business. Over past 1 year, I saw this place had gaining tourist traction and might as well I start to blog about them. What to have here? They are famous for Yam Rice or we…

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Tai Buan Porridge serving Classic Teo Chew porridge @ Penang

Tai Buan Porridge 大满清香粥 at Lebuh Muntri unarguably serve one of the classic Teochew porridge in Penang. I have not been here for the longest time. Most of the time I do not get to enjoy this shop as they only operate on weekdays. Since it was Chinese New Year and I am sick, my parents brought me back here for simple classic comfort food. Operating in heritage area, do prepare to fight with other patrons during peak hours. Operate by…

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Shower Beef at Rod Dee Ded @ Uptown Damansara

There are actually alot of Thai Cuisine in Malaysia. We all just love Thai. Some of my friends heading to Thailand is like their yearly checkin for shopping and eating. When comes to Thai food, it is all the usual not till recently I tried this Rod Dee Ded at Uptown Damansara. This is just not your typical Thai food joint. Establish since 1965 in Bangkok and this would be their first outlet in Malaysia and they are operating in…

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3 New Taiwan Famous Bubble Milk Tea in KL 2019

A brand new wave of Bubble milk tea is hitting into Klang valley for year 2019. With a new term I learn known as the Boba Tea trend. The first wave was about 10 years ago, where Chatime make a big hit (now known as Tealive our own homegrown Bubble tea brand). Most of these outlet have their own signature and own style. I called it a new innovation of flavour especially brown sugar milk base. Well, here are the…

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Superb beef noodle at Lee Fong Yuen @ Kepong

After saw Joshua posted this bowl of noodle in Facebook, quickly screen shot it then went to hunt over the weekend. Lee Fong Yuen 李芳园, is indeed a hidden gem tucked away in Taman Ehsan, Kepong which had been operating in this area for more than 30 years. currently is helm by 2nd generation as the uncle in the picture is the founder manning the store and daughter is manning the coffee side. Most of the diners here are in…

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Creme de la Creme @ Uptown Damansara

It seems that our local dessert scene is gearing up a notch. It it is good that seeing local talents are getting more creative in dessert scene. I am impress with Creme De La Crème, at Uptown Damansara / SS21 (next to Hong Leong Bank) will be the latest addition into the industry. It is also that the pastry chefs are trained directly under Cristy Tania (a famous dessert chef in Melbourne – as I known her through Masterchef Australia…

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Mamacina @ DC Mall, KL

Who goes to DC Mall in Damansara? There are a few reasons to it. One is to eat, work or Hotel stay. I do go there to dine at a few outlets. Recent discovery Mamacina. One of a Beer pong bar in KL that you would not want to miss, their happy hour rate is 50% off before 10pm for the table. So quite a good bargain. A cozy bar that makes up a great place to catch up with…

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Norm @ Penang

If you remember that Norm Cafe did make a huge buzz in Penang last year for their 2in1 concept. Cafe in the morning, bar at night. Then I was introduce by my friend to visit Norm that is famous for their waffle and located in different location at Lebuh Carnarvon. It did not ring a bell till I reach the location and find it weird, that it has similarities to the one I visited a year ago. Until I walk…

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Pokok @ MAHSA University, PJ

Seems like dining at Pokok cafe like the in trend. Pokok is located inside Mahsa University in PJ. The big hype on this cafe is that you are dining in a glass house. Therefore do prepare to get warm and enjoy some sun tanned while dining. It depends on which table you are being seated as it could be very warm. Ordering of food is at the counter and pay there. Menu offering is pretty direct from local to western.…

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Nespresso Limited Edition Coffee Houses: Cafe Istanbul

You may be familiar with Turkish coffee, made in that little special pot dipped in hot sand. But today, let’s step back in time to the social beginnings of Turkish coffee, specifically in the vibrant city of Istanbul during the 16th century. Back then, it was said that the beans came from Yemen and then blended with coffee from the East Indies and India. People would enjoy the coffee in coffee houses, which are apparently ancient equivalents of kopitiams today…

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