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After bubble milk hit hard on our local shores then what is the next buzz? Well, there are 2 actually as now little cafe’s are popping up in many corner and there are a few good ones and burger is also the next big thing here. One of the latest outlet to open its door to public is KGB (Killer Gourmet Burgers) that located the same row as Antipodean Jalan Telawi there.

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Its a small shop that operating around the area that soon to be filled with many coffee joints. Started off bout less than a month if I am not mistaken and its start to gain its popularity over the neighbourhood with a few bloggeres blogged about them.

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On our first visit we came it was rather dissapointed cuz we did not know the opereate only at night for the 1st month and for the following week, we decided to come back for dinner. STaff here are very helpful and friendly as they are explaining to us what to eat and try for first timer.

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Menu are pretty straight forward with what types of meat you prefer and there is not much to choose from which makes us easier to make up our mind.

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chicken bites are pretty good though, fried to crips and the best thing to pair with it is their special made sauce. Light sourish end that goes well with it.

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Kimchi with Bulgogi Beef Fries @ RM 13.90

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this is another item that attracted our attention. Looks good but the taste is still room for improvemement as we did gave our feedback to them.

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If you cant take beef then this is one of the choices to go for. Seoul Chicken @ RM 15.90, find that the taste is bit funny.

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on the size of the chicken breast that they are using, its quite thick, and still juicy after fried.

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All their burgers come in their signature and one of the best is not only their patty is also their bun. I love it as its soft and fluffy yet toast to my likings.

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The Bobcat burger @ RM15.90 made with luscious green chili slaw & jalapeno mayo. If you cant take spicy then skip this as the spicy dont hit you instantly. It comes after that. To me its still okay.

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The Shack turns out to be one of my favourite in the list @ RM13.90 nett, the patty is fragrant and juicy top with a slice of cheddar cheese with Shack sauce sandwiched in the fresh, fluffy bread. I just called it Cheeze burger. One of the best in the list that wont go wrong. – Highly Recommended

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The Tornado @ RM15.90 – Looks big that filled with onnion rings, fried egg and fiery mayo. I expect this to be spicy because of the word fiery mayo but didnt enlighten me with that.

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I must say that the chef here are pretty good that able to make nearly all my range of burgers medium, that make it soft and juicy. All of us love it.

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this is one of the special homemade sauce. Its good!

Remark: Do take not that some of the burgers are filled with sauces and it might get messy . . Do take tissue to prepare. ūüėÄ

*Pork-Free

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good -Stamped-

‚ÄďWarning‚Äď This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
KGB Bangsar
23, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Same row as Antipodeon)

Business hours: 5pm to 10.30pm
(closed on Tuesdays)
Should open for lunch starting July

Tel: 017-989 8870 (Joey), 012-370 1233 (Steven)
GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.909 E 101 40.296

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Over the weekend, I was attending a Photography workshop at Bankers Club, and of course there are breaks in between. Then hit down to dinner and walk pass thru Sungai Wang to head to Lot 10 Hutong, I came across this Polo Bun Shop by the name Polo Zai Bakery Cafe. I love polo bun alot and looking at the texture of the bread surely looks tempting and decided to buy 1 after dinner to test the quality.

Guess what? After buy 1 on the first night, we ended up ta pau and buy for the next 2 days of the workshop, including last night. ūüėÄ

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Some fact of Polo bun or ŤŹ†ŤźĚŚĆÖ is the Hong Kong style of bun and very popular in Hong Kong. The word ŤŹ†ŤźĚ is also a Hong Kong word meaning ‘pineapple’ where the skin of the bun looks like a pineapple.

Now at Polozai Bakery Cafe, they have mastered and specialized in baking these Polo bun with 16 choices of creative and delicious flavors to choose from. I believe they are freshly baked daily to get the freshness and quality of it. You will be tempted by the smell of it although its not so strong as compare to Roti Boy.

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I have tried  a few flavours over the past few days. One of the original which is Polo Butter is always the classic. With the cripsy crumbs on the top and butter spread at the base/ bottom @ RM 2.80.

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Next I try their Custard Polo Bun, crust is the same as the filling is custard. Find that the filling of custard is not well spread out as I bite half of the bun still there is no sign of the custard and only realize is only 1/4 of the bun, which is one of the corner.

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To be adventourous, we bought alot a few flavours such as Durians. Durian turns out to be pretty good and generous with the ingredient, with the durian flesh sticking out like that, can see that they are using fresh durian to insert as the filling.

Another 2 we tapau is Cheeze and Polo Ham Sausage.

The range of their bun are from RM2.80 – RM 5 depends on which selection you are aftering. For first timer, I would definately recommend their classic signature which is the Polo Bun, follow by Custard or durian.

Overall, the crust of the top is not bad, not too sweet and bun is pretty soft. Can say that one of the best Polo Bun that I came across, in overall taste and if they are serve pippin hot or warm, it would surely be one of the top seller in Sungwai Wang.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good -Stamped-

‚ÄďWarning‚Äď This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Polo Zai Bakery Cafe
C40, Concourse Floor,
Sungei Wang Plaza,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Opposite Ayem Penyet/ Gong Cha/ Giant back Entrance heading towards Times Square)

Tel: 03-21102697

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Remember some of the video that I have posted up months ago on the strange light sighted in Stuttgart?

Why not check out what’s happening to the chase or invasion that coming in after all, as the new video below is revealing who is behind all this along with mother spaceship and drones going after one particular object, watch the video without blink for the next 2 minutes.

 

 

I am starting to like Setia Walk in Puchong to be appear another main joint of drinking and eatery place. Spreading out their lovely landscaping that is one of the main crowd puller that provides great ambiance which is something unique compare to other mall. Bondi Junction.

This would be my second time here as still find parking here is a bit confusing or there¬†weren’t¬†proper¬†signage¬†up yet at the moment. Last round that I came, I visited Sushi Tei and now came back here for¬†second¬†round, we are in hunt for one Mediterranean food located at Block F level one. First timer here looking for this shop, surely will be lost locating. Just look for Ding Tea, and its above it.

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A simple casual dining place whereby you can just hop in anytime. A place whereby its decorated with simple hanging decorations, and why Australia flag is there, its because mainly the influence are from Australia, hence Bondi Junction is the name of the shop whereby its a place in Sydney.

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Its pretty amazing that they have this open concept kitchen yet you don feel that the smoke from kitchen is coming out. Maybe its non-air condition and pretty well ventilation around the area that do not make us feel it.

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A simple menu with good offerings for us to hunt from. Price of dish are pretty decent.

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I have tried this previously when we first drop by after my meal at Sushi Tei and instally we fall for this Focaccia Bread with 4 dips¬†@ RM25. Made freshly by the chef with only limited offerings available. When it was place onto the table, the aroma of the freshly bake bread with rosemary and olives dotting the flat loaf¬†entrails¬†into our nose and just¬†couldn’t¬†wait to get a bite of it. .

Comes with 4 dips: sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese, black olives and balsamic vinegar, and I prefer the sundried tomato and feta cheeze are awesome combination.

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Wild Mushroom Soup @ RM 11 are all in homemade style with fresh ingredients that cook on the spot. Its flavourful that we need not even add in any black pepper that the taste is already there. How could we resist the temptation of this.

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Roasted Pumpkin and Red Capsicum Soup @ RM 11 would be something unique for the night as there are hint of little spicy pepper taste and both are equally good. In the end, we order the soup again for another round.

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This doesnt look like pizza as the own version of Bondi Junction Meat Lovers @ RM25 topped with turkey ham, pepperoni, minced beef, onions, capsicum, olives and mozzarella. The dough are prepared daily for pizza and made fresh. Its slightly different from any other pizza that I had as the crust is thin and near to bread. I prefer meat lovers more.

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Bondi Special @ RM27 Рwith basil pesto, olives, sundried tomatoes, capsicum, pepperoni, egg, onions and mozzarella.

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To me, super star of the night would be Beef Lasagna @  RM18. After one bite of this, it instantly hit onto my top chart as one of the best. Soft filling inside out with carefully baked melted cheeze on top, with chef special tomato base sauce that make it outstanding. -Highly recommended for Beef as I think it taste much better than Chicken.

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Beef Bolognese Spaghetti @ RM15 Minced beef  in Napolitana sauce with basil and parmigiano. I think this is not bad as I had the lasagna first and I think it had overpower the taste this. Spaghetti is al-dante.

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Most people would misfire this dish – Chicken Gordon Bleu @ RM30 for one of a simple reason that the chicken breast would end up very dry. As for here, it suprise us that its not dry yet still quite juicy and aromatic with cheeze & ham taste in it. Well done.

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Stuffed Seafood Chicken @ RM30 is one of a unique this that I have come across as  pan-seared chicken roulade stuffed with chopped seafood served with pistachio sauce, greens and grilled herbed potatoes. Its a very well balance dish with greens, roasted potato and the sauce of pistachio taste unique. What makes it perfect is with red wine that pulls the taste up very well.

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Roasted Salmon with Red Pesto @ RM32 a dish that looks very healthy to me. With colourful veggie and lemon for you to squeeze on.

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Comes dessert time, rarely no one will say no.

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Crème Brulee, Classic Apple Pie and French Lemon Tart, @ RM10 each.

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At that point, we were pretty stuff and yet the picture of this¬†Russian Benny¬†@ RM17 –¬†fatty salmon, mushrooms and toast with the thick creamy Hollandaise sauce keep calling our name. Its ¬†agreat breakfast that we order 2 portion. Do let the waiter know you prefer runny yolk as one dish the yolk are pretty cook. Of course with this great breakfast would not be complete with. . . Coffee.

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Coffee in Bondi Junction are pretty good. I love their Mocha and Flat white. They are price in between RM6 and RM9

Valentines is just around the corner and looking for something pretty simple with great food, definitely this outlet would be another recommendation by me even for ordinary dining with friends and family.

Location:

Bondi Junction
F-03-1 Block F, Setia Walk
Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong
47160 Puchong

Tel: 016-6197565 (Willy Chan)
Email: [email protected]

 

 

Wow . . how many new brands have you guys come across recently.? One of the brand that I often walk pass by when ever I was in Sunway Pyramid is this Planet Popcorn kiosk that located directly below TGV cinema have quite some fair bit of people are purchasing this product. At first glance, it doesnt look appealing to me until recently the open another kiosk at Mid Valley.

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It was rather interesting that during on the day itself it was their first few days of opening and they were giving sampling away and learn with there are actually 8 flavours available. Then I ask what is the best flavour for a first timer for me to try. The friendly promoter bring me to one section that filled with all those 8 flavours and recommend me to try out.

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Try out Caramel . ..

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Cheese

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Sea Weed .. .  loving it. .

Top 3 favourite that I like are:

1) Wasabi, See Weed and Cheese.

I would highly recommend these few flavors for first timers. Or maybe you can try out their other flavor if they do have tester.

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Price wise is not that expensive or I would say reasonable for a big pack like that.

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Cute little logo that they have and different flavour have different logo. . .

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We can either buy this in a pack or in a huge tub, that mostly had been air tight.

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The I enquire on a few other details and one of the owner over heard my questions and he came by to greet. We had a chat as I further learn the brand itself as it is actually from Taiwan. Cool, another new Taiwan line of products coming into Malaysia. How they come by this idea is that, popcorn is part of our life especially hitting onto the cinema’s, watching tv’s or some chatting away with friends you need¬†something¬†to munch, as these nibblers will be great to input further into our society.

Their pop corn seeds are improted directly from US with the effect of the shape is totally different more eye-pleasing, mushroom round hand-made. It is also manually roasted, it contains absolutely no preservatives, butter, trans fat and artificial flavorings.

This outlet would be their 8th outlet as they had started the brand since last year Oct and its pretty fast growing. I was like ‘Wow’ and further discover that its actually own by him and another 2 best friends. Friendly lad

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There are currently eight Planet Popcorn outlets in the country, namely Sunway Pyramid, Berjaya Times Square, Pavilion, Setia City Mall, Paradigm Mall, The Mines, i-City and MidValley Megamall.

Well,I bought their starter pack with 6 flavours (Original, Curry, Wasabi, Cheese, Caramel and Curry) at RM 39.90 to try out more, as I love watching movies and now there is another option I can get for popcorn. . .

I find that cant compare this brand with Garrett as they are in different league, although Garrett is more premium taste much better  and much more expensive but to me, I can take only a few pieces from Garrett. I guess comes, again different people have different preference. Garrett is too LV for me . .

Wow, I was in Melbourne for 3 years and back to Malaysia can’t imagine that I can find nice Indonesian food again. Even thought I went to Jakarta a few times, I still miss the food there, especially Teh Botol…Just love it. At first I hate the taste,taste like crockcoach, eventually just crave for it. It is hard to find nice Indonesian food in KL, well, here is 1 I tried months back but haven’t start blogging and now back for 2nd visit to include in the blog.

This is the drinks that I orderd,from the left are ES Ice Limau and Es Jeruk. The ice limau is like the limau ice we drink at mamak stall, so not really a special drink. Es Jeruk there is a lot of different compare with I drank it in Indonesia. This 1 taste like we go to hypermarket and grab those 1litre of orange and mix it with water. So really taste normal mix juice syrup not like the one in Indonesia they blend it with small tangerine and put a slice of lime. Wow, the taste of that Jeruk is just so refershing. This after you drink, you need to drink water cuz syrup sweet. Will not recommend this 2 drinks and of course Es Teh Sosro (STILL THE BEST)

This is the Gado Gado one of my fav Indon food as we will quite it satay gravy on top of it. Well, this is not bad, its like veggie food with muruku if not mistaken. Quite alright.

This will definitely be my favourite is one of their signature food which is Ayam Penyet. The ‘crispyness’ of the chicken is just so crispy when you bite into your mouth can feel ‘crakk’ and definitely you have to eat along with the sambal and stir it with kicap manis a bit. You will just crave for it after you eat it. Highly Recomended for first timer

Another will be my favourite also is the Ayam Panggang. It just very juicy and tender. The seasoning of the chicken and panggang it makes the aroma is so nice. The skin is sweet as I believe season with Kicap Manis and just panggang it till the meat just nice and juicy when you tear the chicken up. Definately you must eat it with a mix of Kicap Manis,a lil or red chili and soy sos. Just makes the whole thing perfect.
Well, definitely I would recommend those food lover to visit this shop. As the food above are high recommended by me. Ayam Penyet and Ayam Panggang.
As I read thru also recommended by alot of other bloggers.

The price is not expensive as it ranges from RM7.50-RM12. Decent price for decent food.

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 , GOOD

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

Location:
First Floor, Lot 1.32
The Curve Mutiara Damansara
Petaling Jaya

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