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Canton Kitchen @ Happy Garden, KL

Canton Kitchen 老招牌 at Happy Garden is one of a famous dai chow in this neigbhourhood. Pass by a few times and it is constantly quite pack. My bro and his in laws always dine in this place. Decor is quite classic too as the whole place is set up like Hong Kong in the 80’s. Big family room is like operating a business shop from the shop visual. A few set up props area for picture purpose too. A…

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FeiFan Hotpot Buffet from RM 35.90 @ Kiara 163

Heard about this Hong Kong FeiFan Hotpot Buffet offer quite a good value meal that a hotpot buffet starts from RM 35.90+ for lunch and RM 45.90+ for dinner at Kiara 163 Retail Park, Mont Kiara. By the price point, it certainly do look like a great deal. Came here to check it out as got a free birthday meal from my brother, so instead of heading to our favourite Sukiya, we came here to try it out. Hong Kong…

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The Hotpot @ Publika

Recently, one of my Penang friend came down and we arrange a gathering. Instead of heading to our usual favourite Taiwanese Steamboat place, Gods Kitchen @ Publika, we decided to try this place out. The HOTpot in Publika because they do serve vegetarian soup (Miso Soup base) as one of our friend is vegetarian.   As walk into the place, it is an interior that is rather simple and direct. With a few tables in place, it is best advise…

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Famous BM Yam Rice @ Bukit Mertajam, Penang

Whenver I am back to Penang, I will try to head over to famous 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…

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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. A kind of Penang Street food to enjoy if you are here on weekdays. Operating in…

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