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Tony Roma in Sunway Pyramid had just reopen its door back to public not long ago, as they have revamp the whole outlet to new look. Not only that, with new outlet also comes with new menu with some new dishes to refresh your appetite.

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Some of you may know that Tony Romas is famous for their ribs especially those who have visited Singapore and the outlet there would have been telling me non stop how good is that.

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Bountiful Beef Ribs – Roma Rack @ RM53.90 / Full Slab @ RM78.90

Served along with two entrees, the juicy beef ribs that are glazed in Tony Roma’s original barbecue sauce and its not too dry. If you are keen to explore further, there are 4 bottle of sauces available to pair for your likings..

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Welcoming their latest new item into the menu is Lamb Ribs – Roma Rack @ RM49.90/ Full – RM 78.90.

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The taste of lamb is awesome that is well marinated, and grill to perfection that the meat just breaks easily and fats that comes along is quite even. Just that some of the ribs have more fats and overall, this dish is done pretty good with special sauce that the chef have created that make its another great dish to be hunt in the menu.

Tony Roma’s

LL 1.43, Lower Level One, 
(Directly above the skating rink)
Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall
No. 3, Jalan PJS 11/15, 
Bandar Sunway, 
46150 Petaling Jaya, 
Selangor.

 

Contact: 603-7942 1188

 

Business Hours: Mon – Sun from 11am – 10pm
Other Outlets Available At:
[email protected]: 603-7728 7833
Pavilion KL: 603-2143 3278
The Gardens: 603-2282 8243
Setia City Mall: 603-3358 3047
One Mont Kiara: 603-6203 0601

Celebrate the Year of the Snake and usher in the Lunar New Year with us as Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur’s Celestial Court goes all out to tempt your eyes, satisfy your senses and whet your appetite with a variety of sumptuous delights.

The Lunar New Year is the most important date in the Chinese calendar and is an elaborate celebration in many parts of Asia. Additionally, there are 12 Chinese Zodiac signs and for the year 2013, it is the Year of the Snake. The Snake carries the meaning of malevolence, cattiness and mystery. In certain places or culture, people believe that if they found a snake in their court, the family will be delighted. Also, people like to paste the paper-cut ‘Fu’ (wealth) character in an upside down position on their doors or windows, combined with a snake twisting around a rabbit as a popular pattern to indicate wealth.

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The warm, soothing yet festive atmosphere at our award-winning Celestial Court provides the perfect ambience for catching up with your loved ones and friends, who have travelled afar and wide to meet on this auspicious occasion. Our master chefs have sumptuously tailored an exquisite range of Chinese cuisine to be savoured upon. Indulge and feast on ‘auspicious’ dishes like Double Boiled Soup with Baby Abalone, Fish Maw Dried Scallop and Chinese Herbs; Braised Assorted Dried Seafood and Sea Moss Served in Winter Melon; Braised Yu Fungus, Bamboo Pith with Australian Asparagus and Janapnese Bean Curd and Roasted Chicken with Ginger, Garlic and Spicy Flavour, to name a few.

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日式什锦捞生 (蒸蒸日上)Yee Sang with combination of crispy soft shell crab @ RM 128 (Half) & RM 258 (whole) Slice salmon, Japanese octopus served with mango plum sauce

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玉环聚宝盆 (百家欢庆)Braised assorted dried seafood and sea moss served in winter melon
Small- RM208
Medium -RM308
Large -RM408

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夏果海中宝 (满屋生辉)Wok fried assorted seafood with macadamia nuts served in nest
Small -RM80
Medium -RM120
Large – RM160

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天宝辣味烧鸡 (新春报喜)- Roasted chicken with ginger, garlic and spicy flavor
Half Chicken -RM50
Whole Chicken -RM100

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榆耳竹笙露笋卷 – Braised Yu fungus , bamboo pith with Australian asparagus  and Japanese bean curd
Small -RM68
Medium -RM102
Large -RM136

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芝麻虾球 (欢乐满屋)- Deep fried prawns served minced nutmeg, sesame and mayonnaise dressing
Small -RM88
Medium -RM138
Large -RM178

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XO 酱炒桂花蚌虾仁 (桂花飘香)- Sautéed osmanthus clam, shrimps with XO sauce and garden greens        
Small- RM88
Medium-RM132
Large- RM176

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Pumpkin puree with Coconut Ice Cream and Red Bean

Usually I do not really head to Shah Alam as this would be my 3rd visit into Shah Alam. Mostly I will pass by and head direct to Klang for food hunting. Quite a new discovery for me yet I am quite surprise to find this new eatery location for our upcoming Malaysia festival which is Ramadan month that is smack right in the famous Glenmerie industry area. A brand that is new to us and suprise to find out that, there are many famaliliar brands under  stranger this company OWG.

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Restaurant Food Tree is one of them. Food Tree was establish in year 2010 that offer wide range of local and western food with some of their chain ‘Only Mee’, Shanghai 10 and other brands that they have. They also do provide off-site business meetings with full conference facilities, free Wi-Fi, and a special VIP room for press conferences and private functions.

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MD welcoming speach to all of us. ..As being in the industry for more than 30 years, finally they had taken steps to do their very first Ramadan buffet by gather a few talent chef to come out with these range.

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Here is some of the signature food and there will be more offering  during that day.

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Deserts to close on your appetite.

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Then Eric wanted to be the ambassador for the mooncake as I told him, you will just spoil the brand.

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Here are some of the range of mooncake that they are coming up with. . .

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Then we got a private session on how to make mooncake with the chef that prepared all the range.

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It look rather simple just by taking a roller and roll on the dough till its flat. .

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added some flour into the wood crafting design as the ball will be store inside it. .  gently press firmly onto the mold . . .

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Then bammmm, hard on the table to let the mooncake flop out from the wood. .

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Tadaa, here is the few mooncake that is out. Snowy skin version.

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Then we have Evelyn and Chou Yin on the stage to learn how to make mooncake. Much to their discovery, it is not that hard after all with correct method and pressure apply they can do it too. 😀

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Their durian pancake is heaven that made with D24 durians and evenly spread with cream and skin is just very thin. Too bad its not included in the Ramadan list. Would be available as ala carte.

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Reasonably price at RM 78++ per pax that wil have a few stalls being station outside the buffet area and not only that, you will get to enjoy some street shopping too as they are pairing it with a mini market stalls just right beside it.

Location:
The FoodTree
Only World Group
No 10 Jalan Pelukis U1/46
Seksyen U1
Temasya Industrial Park
40150 Shah Alam
Selangor

Phone: 03-5566 8000 / 03- 5566 8079 / 017-289 0566 (Call 8.30am – 6pm daily)

Remember on the past video that I have shown in my previous blog post?

Please to watch this video first: Did she really breakoff part 1

Did her bF really cheated on her? Or what is the main reason that makes her so up sad to chuck everything into the box like it’s the end of everything.

In relationship what can we expect? Of course there are moments where both are lovey dovey and bad times too. Actually ask yourself, those of you in relationships, how often do you guys have miscommunications between each other?

Being into relationship is just a wonderful thing to be yet how many of you ended up being heartbreak after the quarrel? Some even on the verge of breaking off or breakoff during that instant moment. .

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I have experience before, with my ex that she is the person that just do not wish to explain anything when an issue had happen. That had made the situation worst as on my side, I am guessing and thinking what causes it and have to rewind back memory to track back what had causes that.

The feeling wasn’t that great as do not have the appetite to eat, cant fully concentrate on work by keep thinking what had make her up sad, and a lot of promises she gave me, none fulfill. Well, that was the past and relationship just doesn’t work. It was the best option that we remain as best friend as where we are now.

Sometimes during quarrel, best is to have both parties patient to talk things out and if you find that you do not have anger management and you’re the other half is easy to boil too, I guess that relationship wont work out too. One thing I have learn on my past relationship was communication and trust is the main key to make it work. I have learn a lot from the past. Guys and girls do make mistakes, is just that how you see things on different angle to make it even better.

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I dislike to communicate via SMS or Watsapp or any typing platform in social media or text as I cant feel the actual flow of feelings from the other end. By typing is easy and when you hear the other person’s voice, you will actually feel and understand the situation. That is how I always to solve problem using a phone call on past relations whenever we have problems.. Did not pick up just call till it burst. 😀 Its just by cooling yourself down, pick up the phone and dail. Then always the best solution is by meeting up.

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A simple phone call that always connect with our love ones close to us, even once a while. Just love this sentence that I found over Google by guardianangle10

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Life is just too short for us in modern society, I have seen things happen around me and just do not assume. Cherish those who are by yourside. You will never know what will happen in the future.

Message is : do not assume, talk things out . .

Okay okay..I know I am starting to be an old folk already and this is what happen to the girl in the video when she decided to give her BF back a call. . . .

Heading to Day 3, we woke up early in the morning and arrange a driver to pick us up and start our journey to Pattaya. Its actually a trip that takes about 2 n half hours from Bangkok city. As on the way, Goft did told me that we MUST and MUST drop by at this french bakery – La Baguette French Bakery that serve superb food that she never fails to drop by whenever she heads there.

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Okay.. What is so special about this shop?  La Baguette is actually a french bakery that serve many types of bread, pastries, deserts and not to miss their signature crepes. Open its door to public in year 2003 and there is where they have started to increase their popularity among locals and foreigners. Its a special place with unique design and very nice ambiance that just makes you want to stick in this shop longer.

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When you walk into the shop, there will be a ice cream bell ringing on the door then you will be greated with a smile by their friendly staff. The whole shop is painted fairly white with the shine of the early sun into the shop makes it even brighter. Menu on the ceiling are fitted with chalkboard style  with menu nicely printed on it.

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The whole shop was nicely decorated and it certainly blend in perfectly to give you the feel its a french bakery shop.

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Most of us are very excited as for the first time, we come into a french bakery shop and we love the ambiance and interior design alot. Very simple and cozy, making us walk around and busy hunting food at the menu and some of us busy camwhore around the cafe.

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Its divided into 2 sections, one is bakery and pastries and another side is deserts, crepes and gelato.

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This is what Goft told us that must not miss. Their signature crepes.

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and just look at the pastries and desert fridge, its fill with lots of selection and I just stare them for quite a while, too bad it was in early morning that I do not have appetite for these, if it were after lunch, I think I am going to force my friend to at least try 1/3 of the fridge.

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It was pretty pack in the morning and people just don wait for their seats even though we came first, they tend to go after what is available table to them. Then only I told the waitress that we came first only she advice another family on the issue.

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I like the setting of the cafe, that filled with book classic wooden shelf, small wooden table and chairs with old clock on the wall, huge 3 seater sofa at a corner and some huge single seater sofa, makes it very French ambiance.

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This is how the three of them sunk their ass on the cosy sofa till don want to move their butt.

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 Annie busy taking pictures with her new camera.

Quite a number of times that I drive pass through this shop especially on weekend, there will be usually a huge crowd standing at this newly open restaurant about 2 months ago for dim sum Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong. Traffic will be bad around this area as you can see many people standing and hunting for tables.

Thus it gives me the urge to give them a chance to try it out with my curiosity is it that nice?

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According to one of my friend, the owner used to have a few shops in this area and now decided to combine up and make a big one which is very eye catchy when you drive through the road on morning at weekend.

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First dish that the guy came over was with ‘Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun’ that served cold instead of hot or warm that turns out to be not that nice.

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‘Pork Pau’ was next its served warm but then the filling in it is cold already (wondering they just steam for a while and took out already), the gravy of is a bit sweet and salty.

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‘Siu Mai’

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One of my favourite that I will not miss in tim sum is ‘Pai Kuat’.

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‘Har Kau’ that the skin is quite thick.

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‘Beancurd Skin with fish ball paste’ turns out to be quite good, cripsy on the skin, dipping it with chili and sweet sauce  is just nice.

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‘Fried Prawn’

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‘Fried Lou Pak Gou’ if its served hot then would taste much nicer.

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‘Char Siew Bun’ with butter skin on the top layer is not bad.

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‘Polo Pau’

After had this few, we do not have much of the appetite to continue already and when then bill came into around RM45 and with that kind of pricing, I can go for better options. Crowd is just the matter and the food taste so so only surely doesnt come anything near to Hong Kong taste.

[update 5/5/2016] tried again and still taste normal and it is quite expensive now.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 4/10, below average~ -Stamped-

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

Location:
Dim Sum Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong
Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park,
A 32, 34, 36, Jalan 1/116B,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 012 396 6881
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