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No doubt this is one of the Best Char Siew that is being serve at Restaurant Spring Golden in Shah Alam. I saw @kyspeaks post and he mention is his favourite. So come by here and try. I reach here at 3pm and it was the last 2nd portion. Lucky me.

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Spring Golden famous for both their Chicken Rice in Shah Alam and also of course their Char Siew.  Chicken is not too bad and I must say this is the better chicken rice I have eaten so far (note that I rarely eat Chicken rice)

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Just loooooook at that. Caramelize 360 turn over inside out and the fats I got was even but just melt in my mouth. I wanted to order another portion but no more as the customer behind me got the last bits of it. Love the burnt edges too as it just stick right in your teeth.

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Their homemade chilli is da bomb too. I ended up have 2 plates of chili for both my char siew and chicken.

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If you are looking for char siew in Shah Alam, be sure not to miss this shop out also. I would definitely come back to makan if passing by this area again by ordering 2 pax portion charsiew for myself only. If you say best char siew in KL, then would doubt so.

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8.5/10, best char siew,  will come back  !!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
No. 25, Jalan Sepadu C 25/C,
Taman Sri Muda, 40400
Shah Alam, Selangor

Operating hours: 9am – 2pm

Tel: 019-337 9319

In Chinatown or known as Petaling Street in KL, is a place that used to be famous for a lot of nice eatery. However, most of them had turn into commercialize and taste had change over the years including China Town Seng Kee. Used to be one of a famous dinner place in Petaling Street or hotspot for after clubbing.

Seng Kee had been operating in this area for easily around 20-25 years.

China Town Seng Kee

after drinking at a hidden bar nearby, we decided to drop by this place to check em out again on the food as they are famous for a few dishes.

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The original founder of the place is left with this ah ma, where she sits in the shop most of the time. She build this place together with her husband. I forgot who was the chef, is either relative or son.

Claypot Lou Shu Fan

Claypot lou shu fan is one of their signature. flood with sea of mince pork and of course must topped with an egg. (this is upon request where many of their customers prefer not to have an egg) whyyyy????

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Another great dish that you should not miss is this Stir Fried Intestine which is one of their signature dish.. Fried with wok hei and it is punch with flavor on every bite. Chewy yet a bit of heat at the end as it is stir fried with chili padi.

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Seng Kee famous pork noodle

This is one of their famous dish. The Siew Yoke Mee (Roasted Pork Noodles). It is like a must order dish. The noodle is alright and Siew Yoke is not too bad. I still remember that the noodle sauce used to be darker and their siew yuk is more caramelize which is on the stickier side.

Seng Kee Hokkien Mee

The Kl version of Hokkien noodle is not too bad. Thick noodle which is not overcook and, cook to abit thick in sauce. As above, its quite like their must order item when you come to this stall.

Indeed the quality of cooking and food had dropped. But still decent enough to pay a visit whenever you feel like it. It is still here than better its close down. Support some local businesses to make them sustain is perfect.

If you are a traveler, I think it is worth to pay a visit here if you want some local stir fried street food in KL. Just my own opinion.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, okok la, still not too bad !!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Seng Kee Chinatown
52, Jalan Sultan,
City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 12pm – 4am

Tel: 012-335 4192

Last year I was introduce by my friend, as on the way back to KL from Penang, he suggested that we should stop by at his favourite breakfast place. I say, lets do it. Then he turn into Bidor exit. I was like here? Then heading to this Famous Wan Tan Mee at Restaurant Mee Wah in Bidor, which is just about 5-7 minutes drive away from the toll exit.

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A place that is pack with locals.  Most of the outstation people do go to another shop – Pun Chun Wan Tan Mee, which I shall blog in another post.

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A random pick from a store next to the wan tan mee is this Yong Tau foo. nothing to shout about as the soup is quite simple and clear. The ingredient are freshly fried.

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I was told by my friend This famous wan tan mee in this small Bidor Town, Perak had easily been 30 yeas. Currently is helm by second generation.

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Indeed the taste of wan tan mee here is different from the one in Penang and KL. The taste is really like in between. I do find it quite interesting. Light fragrant soy, sesame and a bit of sweet end.

No doubt that the highlight will be the wan tan noodle it self. Springy and cook to perfection.

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Wan tan is also quite generous. Is about 4 pcs But the price tag at RM 5, for a small town (if I remember correctly) is actually quite expensive. I thought it would be and RM 3.50 – RM 4.50. I am not too sure the living standard here but it could be the standard pricing for this town.

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Order Sui Kow as additional. I think the sui kao is better.

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I am not sure. Could this be one of the best wan tan mee in bidor? My friend shared that this is his favourite. If you guys do have your favourite place better than this. Do share. Will go hunt next.

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, quit alright! -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Wan tan mee @ restaurant Mee WAh
1, Jalan Besar, 16-18,
Jalan Bruseh, 35500 Bidor,
Negeri Perak

Tel: 05-434 2061

Operating Hours: 7am – 6pm

Covid-19 indieed is a worldwide pandemic. It had make alot of business closed down. However, it is also a test for many business owners out there. I called it a force transition of business strategy. In Malaysian landscape also facing its own challenges. Especially retail and F&B. The peeps from Urban Daybreak could not operate on their usual cafe hence during this MCO they have created a new brand known as Jeremy’s Chicks in their current URban Daybreak outlet selling Chicken Rice.

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Yup, a temporary solution to sail through this storm by just earning enough to covers their rental and pay to their staff. Chicken Rice is their new creation. For menu and price check out their Instagram/

One day pre-order via link below cutt.ly/jeremyschick

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Supporting some local F&B in their new creation, so i purchase a set of half chicken @ RM 35. Comes with :

  1. 4 x rice
  2. 4 x soup
  3. half chicken
  4. add on Bok Choy and 2 drinks

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Rice is pretty good. trust me. If you buy their chicken rice, do get additional rice one or 2 more. Pretty fragrant !

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the chicken is smooth and soft.

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another bomb is their chii. Indeed quite similar to the one in Penang. Punch with flavour, mild spicy and sourish. Goes well with the chicken.

Currently do contact them via instagram: www.instagram.com/jeremys.chicks/ (1day pre order in advance)

One day pre-order via link below cutt.ly/jeremyschick

Location:
Jeremy’s Chicks (Urban Daybreak Cafe)
11, Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar,
59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

If there’s one club the whole family will want to be part of, it’s the Joy Lok Club Sunday Brunch happening at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown. Gathering the area best food and culture forming it into this classic place.

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Held at Quan’s Kitchen, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, Joy Lok Club promises traditional Chinatown favorites and Western influences that diners know and love. Featuring heritage fusion fare inspired by a myriad of Malaysian cultures—from the signature Joy Lok Club station that mimics the well-loved street side lok lok experience to the Portugis Ikan Bakar and Wok Fried Hokkien Mee—this Sunday brunch buffet session brings the richness of the Malaysian foodscape into a single setting. Adding to the table rotation is a heartwarming Western line-up of Braised Boeuf de Bourguignon, Roasted Leg of Lamb and a ChocoLok fountain serving up delectable chocolate-bathed desserts, and more, which are sure to delight a party
of varying tastes

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The higlight corner, pick your skewers and pass it to chef. There are 3 types of soup available and I took all.

  1. sate kuah
  2. Lontong
  3. Laksa

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Their Ice cream section is pretty good too. Do not miss out.

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Best of all is this kopitiam corner. Get your toast, half boil egg and coffee to go.

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This is how we do it for our Sunday brunch. Kaya Butter toast, with half boil egg, coffee and white wine.

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Joy Lok Club Sunday Brunch Buffet is available at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown every Sunday starting 23 February 2020 for RM 118 nett. Book now and enjoy a limited time offer of RM 98 nett until 31st March. For unlimited red and white wine, beer, soft drinks and juice, add on RM 78 nett.

For enquires or reservations, call 03-2035-7333 or email [email protected]

Restoran Ruby 祖传芝麻糊大王 or to be known as King of Chi Ma Wu at Pudu is one of a Chinese dessert or Chinese Tong Sui in KL to be. Waves of high praise for them upon their Sesame dessert.

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We walk over from our pre-CNY dinner place at Restaurant Sek Yuen to here as just a stone throw away. Was told by my colleague that they are famous for a few dessert and try it out lo.

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The stall looks more like herbal drink stall rather than a dessert stall.

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Price is slightly on the high side.

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Have you ever  seen a nice dessert art on your tong sui instead of those nice latte art. This is the first. A lot of heart and creativity in this.

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The only thing stand out is Black Sesame which suits on the sign board. RM 3.50

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I have high hopes on this Steamed Egg Custard @ RM 3.50.. However it was quite a let down in both taste and texture.

Well a dessert place that I wont return but again really depends on your taste bud. I do see alot people making take away like at least 3-10 per bag. Also again, the build up hype and comments for many people give me this set of expectation.

*Pork FREE

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 5/10, so so only!!!! -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Restoran Ruby 祖传芝麻糊大王
Jalan Sayur, Pudu,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 012-382 2262

Operating hours: 11am till midnight daily

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