Golden Triangle


While heading to Tapestry for coffee, then at the turning of the corner saw this new shop Pizzeria Dihyang at Jalan Yap Ah Shak, KL seems to be pretty good. Decided to try them out.


While walking in without any expectation in this slightly luxury interior for a pizza place. While walking in, you are greeting by the friendly manager and I observe there are 4 working floor staff. Immedinately knows that this place won’t be cheap.

Only then now I found out as I write this post, as they are grounded authentically in Naples’ art of pizzaiuolo in sourthern Italy. I believe is a place run by a couple who is the owner as the maker of the pizza, helm at the pizza making station.

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Chosen this place also because of its pizza pit that I am suspecting using wood fire, which I am correct.

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Of course a pizza dining experience in this ambience must pair with wine or beer. They do have Italian beer series Menabrea Italia.

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Each pizza is handcrafted by the chef himself which does not come in a proper round mould, that defines as art upon serving.

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A pizza that I ordered and could not recap back the name. As they are using bar code scanning digital menu. The Pizza I ordered is about RM 85- RM 90 if I remember correctly.

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It is a thin dough pizza. Soft, not the usual crips you enjoy. Ingredient used is alright.

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Italian Pizza KL

Summary its more like a Fine dine pizza place for me. Maybe worth to give it a shot once? As on that day of my dining, there are a lot of ex-pats in there.

It is not bad, just that the price to pay for a pizza is slightly above my budget.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6/10, love it!!!~not bad, pricing is on the expensive side-Stamped-

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

Pizzeria Dihyang
14G, Jalan Yap Ah Shak,
Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday : 6pm – 11pm

Tel: 010-211 1398

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????

famous food in Chinatown kl


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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.


-= 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-

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

Operating hours: 12pm – 4am

Tel: 012-335 4192

In Pudu, there is this famous Hainanese Kopitiam that used to operate inside the Pudu Pasar which is Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea 阿榮哥海南茶. Since there was a new Pudu wet market that being build to replace the old one, most of all the classic famous market street food had move into this ICC Pudu building.  . [I still like the old classic pasar feel(click here)]. Of course in here is cleaner and cooler.

Currently it is helm by second generation if I am not mistaken, that is a shop that had been operating more than 40 years.


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Well, many regard them as one of the best Hainanse Coffee shop that you can get in KL. It is well known not only till attracted local tourist yet many foreign tourist too.

If you come during long holiday, do prepare to fight for a table. It is a warzone!

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this is their menu. The classic Haianese breakfast set that you need to order is 3 items.

  1. Signature Hainaese Tea/ Cham (means coffee mix tea)
  2. Signature Kaya Butter toast
  3. soft boiled egg

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It can be so busy till you have to pick up yourself.

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Inside this kopitiam, there are a few other stalls too.

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I find that the yong tau foo is pretty good too.

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and of course not to miss this Famous Sisters crispy Popiah. Is a must have when you are here! Looks like of their very early stores?

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Every single bite that gives you softness of the popiah skin, fragrant sweetness of the sengkuang, and the crispy bits in it. I usually finish whole plate myself.

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My usual order. Cham coffee + Signature hainaese tea + kaya butter toast.

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If you are here during long weekend, do prepare for this crazy crowd. If you are  tourist looking for breakfast in KL, this is one of a classic place to be. Tons of local food for your breakfast as you walk towards behind, you will easily find another 50 stalls.

Some people say its so so and some say its very good. Again depends on your taste bud. My foriegn friends prefer Ho Kaw which is at China Town, Petaling Street.

Happy eating.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, okok la! -Stamped-

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

Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea 阿榮哥海南茶
G85, ICC Pudu,
Jalan 1/77C, Pudu,
55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours:
5.30am – 2pm / Tuesday to Sunday (Close MOnday)

How often have you guys start dining out. ? Me quite often, whenever there is opportunity. Envi Skydining at Menara TA One or just right opposite KLCC had open its door back to public dining with careful social distancing among diners. Best of all, it is a place where you can dine in and enjoy your dinner at affordable price while enjoying the mighty tower Petronas Twin Tower, KLCC.


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On that day we reach, it was raining. If not, we will be choosing to dine outside.

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A restaurant with spacious dining area.

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Starting our dinner in style, with a glass of champagne.

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  1.  Cream Cheese with Pear & Walnut @ RM24 of 4 pieces – personally like this as it is quite unique.
  2. Spicy Eggplant Bruschetta @ RM 20 of 4 pieces
  3. Creamy Mushrooms @ RM 20 of 4 pieces

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Smoked Duck Breast Pizza @ RM 40 is like paper thin base. Simple and nice.

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Something to serve you in style is this Linguine Seafood in foil @ RM70. A portion that is filled with mussels, clams, and prawns.

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Black Angus Rib Eye @ RM 150 for 220gm. One of my favourite dish of the night. Cook to perfection and it is a pretty good cut. Done to medium rare and dip with chef special sauce.

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Tortino, molten chocolate brownie served with vanilla ice cream is a perfect ending. The chocolate lava just ooze out and the coldness of vanilla ice cream blends very well with the bitterness of the chocolate. @ RM 30 i

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Pineapple Fried Rice @ RM13.90 per set (lunch set)
For peeps who works around the area and wanted to have better ambiance without burning a hole for your lunch,hey serve some incredible valued lunch sets from RM13.80 per set, it includes complimentary iced lemon tea, local coffee or tea.
They have these local favourites, from Cantonese Fried Noodles, Penang Fried Kuey Teow, Hokkien Fried Noodles to the Pineapple Fried Rice which we tried that evening.

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Walk further behind, you will reach their bar section. Another new discovery of bar in KL.

Envi Skydining’s restaurant section can be booked for private functions such as product launches, press conferences, corporate dinners, weddings, and even grand birthday celebrations. Depending on the layout, the restaurant section alone can seat up to 200 pax. 

Petronas Twin Tower

This is where you will want to be. Just to sit and chill to enjoy the surroundings. A perfect bar for tourist to visit in KL.

Envi Skydining
Level 36 (Rooftop), Menara TA One
22, Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 6019-771 7170

Business Hours :
Mon – Fri 12 noon – 3 p.m. (lunch) ;
Mon – Sun 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. (dinner) ;
the club opens till late on weekends

In the month of Ramadan, we usually do have Bazaar and hotel dining over the festive month. For this MCO, all behavior had change and hotels are doing their best to survive. Bringing you the best of Ramadan 2020 set meals to your door step if you are lazy to cook for the day. Pullman Hotel KL is offering Sedap Ramadan that comes with 2 different sets. A set meal is pretty much fix base on the day.

This whole week I rarely cook by placing some orders for take away food to support back local business.

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I order a set meal for 2 @ RM 78 that comes with 7 different types of dishes and if + rice will be 8. It can be self collect or deliver it to your house with 1 day advance pre-order.  Delivery to my house cost RM 18 with my pre-arrange of Lalamove to Segambut.

You can place your order via watsapp – 012 303 9877 with full menu right at the bottom of the post.

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My order was Wednesday, the menu I gotten is :

• Fresh Vegetables with Aromatic Chili Paste / Ulam-Ulam Sambal Belacan
• Fragrant White Rice / Nasi Putih
• Cooked Chicken with Chili and Tomato Paste / Ayam Masak Merah
• Stewed Beef with Grated Coconut Paste / Daging Rendang
• Spicy Stir Fried Tiger Prawn with Chili / Udang Harimau Goreng Berlado
• Sayur Kobis Goreng Kunyit / Cabbage with Turmeric
• Mixed Fruits / Buah-Buahan
• 2 types of Fresh Pastries / 2 Jenis Pastri

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Surprisingly, the set that I good is pretty good. Udang Harimau Goreng Berlado turns out to be fresh and quite decent in size. Is about 6 pcs in total, so more like 3 pcs each. I am alright with that.

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Ayam Masak Merah – turns out to be better than I expected. The spices and fragrant  with chili coated onto the chicken is pretty spot on. Soft and juicy.

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Among the dishes highlight – I personally felt that Daging Rendang is one of the best dish among the rest. Thick enough and pack with spices to my liking. Mild after spiciness just to bring the flavour up is just perfect.

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For the set that I purchase, it is indeed quite kampung flavour and I am impress over it. You can see the rest of the menu below and place your order through the number via watsapp – 012 303 9877

Pullman Hotel set ramadan menu 2020

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set breakfast

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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]

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