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Ever read before the bedtime story 3 Little Pig? Now they have come to life in reality. Its not the typical 3 piggies that build their house  then got blown away. This is other way round. Building more modern style with steel and glass windows, and both ended up in the kitchen being cook~ 3 Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf

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This modern 3 little pig located outside facing main road or next to Jaya Grocer in Bangsar Village. Welcoming you at the door step is this little 2 wooden door that you have to hop in and will be warmly greeted by the friendly staff at front desk.

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Operating bout a month that is pretty new to the area, attracted many people to dine in here and already have mix reviews that I read over the blog. I was highly recommended by a friend that MUST NOT miss this fantastic restaurant that serve great porkie food. I guess this is a good sign for many pork lovers like us.

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A very cosy outlet that definitely will let you sunk at your chair.

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Wine lover, there is a great selection of wine for you to chose from . .

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whereby you can sit here and chill along by ordering some snacks.

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Huge group like us, of course we would want some privacy and they do have a room that can fit at least 10 of you.

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Porkie stuff usually will go well with beer or wine. how can i miss that . . heheh

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The menu offering and names are very interesting. That’s why I said both of the piglets and wolf ended up in kitchen.

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Wild Mushrooms Soup @ RM15 is one of the hot soup that you must order. Blended with few types of mushroom to make every sip of it aromatic and nice do drink yet can bite some chunks of it. Recommended~

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Sweet Carrot Bacon Soup is rather thick in texture and [email protected] RM15

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I love this Garlic  Caramelized Roast Pork. One of the starter that I enjoy alot. I keep picking slices by slices till it finish. Well quoated in dark soya sauce and not too salty, just nice to pair with my beer too. .  @ RM15

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Garlic Mushrooms @ RM 15 is slightly pricey and if you get to chose of course will opt for the Garlic  Caramelized Roast Pork.

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This is no ordinary chicken drum stick or satay. This is actually a Pork Drumsticks @ RM 13

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Pork Kebabs are filled with well balance of lean meat and fats. Just nice to tease your taste bud. @ RM22

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Cold cuts platter @ RM59, which has parma, serrano, salami, chorizo and olives.

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Something healthy yet sinful, here is one of the order to hunt for dressing is perfect and bacon are well prepare.. Crispy Bacon & Asparagus Salad @ RM23

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Grilled Pork Salad @ RM22

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I usually do not prefer tomato base sauce spaghetti that make it a classic sauce that is aromatic and mince meat that comes to my liking. Piggy Bolognaise @ RM19

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It is not alien that invade earth and this cheeky dish is called Alien Invasion @ RM26 was a plate of squiggly long-legged spaghetti threaded through slices of sausages and tossed with button mushrooms in a creamy sauce. I love the texture of spaghetti which is slightly thicker than the ordinary type. Cook to al-dante and just perfect. Something that I like. Some find it a bit creamy and its advise to share. – Recommended~ 

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Why I said Wolf and pig are in kitchen, as this is one of the reason.  Wolf’s Favourite that have a poached egg on the top and with slices and chunks of smoked pork bacon, along with crispy bacon [email protected] RM27. A plate that had gone within seconds. another recommended~

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Glazed BBQ Pork Ribs @ RM59 served with fries and garden salad was slathered with homemade BBQ Sauce.

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Piggies Rolling in Mud @ RM25 , it turned out to be crumbed pork cutlets served with rice and a mild Japanese curry, if you love Japanese curry then this is another dish not to be miss. Mild texture of curry that pour onto the meat and rice.

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Mighty Piggy Burger @ RM24 A medium size pork patty, cheese, fried egg, herbed mayo sauce served with fries and house salad. Not bad as the patty are season with some light spices too. If the yolk are half cook then it would have been perfect.

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This is the most unique dish on the table that Roast Porky Fried Rice might look ordinary. Its a fried rice that burst with flavours. Cook to perfection with wok hei and japanese rice that makes every mouthfull delicious with mild spicy after taste, filled with perfect size of roast pork. @ RM19

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Deep-fried Mars Bar @ RM15 one of the selection on desert menu that tempt us to order.

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Coffee in here are pretty decent that stood above average or a better ones compare to many other outlets. A great way to end the meal with.

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Find that 3 Little pig and Big Bad Wolf definately stood above my expectations and if you are asking me would I come back again, surely yes. Already miss a few items in there.

*NON-Halal

Location:

Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf
Lot G1A, Ground Floor, Bangsar Village
1 Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-2283-2270
www.facebook.com/PigsAndWolf

[Update: 1/5/2016 – now have move to SS2)

Damansara Uptown is famous for a eatery place whereby we can hunt a few nice place to eat with a great mix. One of the latest addition outlet to the area is this Private Kitchen that I have been told that they started off with small little privite dining and its popularity had grown then they have to operate into a shop. Hence Private Kitchen was the name and now is available in bigger space  with both ground floor and first floor (more for private functions or family gathering).

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I have travel to Hong Kong a few times and yet find something similar here. Hong Kong food is definately must not miss. Well this new discovery,Private Kitchen is no ordinary shop like those restaurant in shopping mall as they are offering more authentic home cook Hong Kong Cuisine. The man behind the master creation is Chef Lam with experience of more than 20 years on him. Being in Malaysia for less than 18 months, he had creatively come out with many unique dish to impress.

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A cosy dining area with wooden chairs with many pictures that resemble on Hong Kong that certainly makes you think you are in Hong Kong Restaurant.

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Chicken wings are well deep fried to golden brown, crisps on all edges, with mild spicy and salty at the end. A great way to start off our dinner.

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Follow by this delicious Smoke Duck with Mango. Juicy and chewy slice of smoke duck which is aromatic and blend well with light sour sweet mango, perfect! – recommended

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I love my meal to start off with soup, and this double boil soup.

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Is just a great way to make our stomach warm. Boil along with pumpkin, pork and some other ingredient makes the soup sweet enough just as I like or its just me that love soup, any kind of soup is tasty to me. 🙂

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As we all had the introduction of the meal, then we head to the next meal section which is their set lunch menu that I am totally jealous with most of the office worker working around the area. Set lunch start off with as low as RM 7.90 and below are some of the items can be found.

Hong Kong style steamed chicken in sand ginger powder noodle soup @ RM 9.50

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Finely chop ginger slices is one of the extra condiments that you must not miss out to pair with the chicken. I finish it and asked for another additional. Not too spicy ginger taste which had tone down and suits many people I think. Well, if you are not a ginger person its worth for you to give it a try.

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This is no ordinary steam white chicken. Been perfectly marinated and bath with ginger serve along with hot soup noodle is one of the way to satisfy your lunch. Soft tender chicken meat, with slightly fragrant sauce that blends well with the noodle soup. If I drink the sauce it will be too salty as it is not meant to drink that way. I pour the gravy into the soup it made it extra flavorful.

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 noodle in the soup to pair with the chicken

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Noodles with mince meat & fried egg in tomato soup @ RM 7.50

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This is no ordinary instant noodle. Well, I often got scolded for ordering instant noodle at restaurant because of the pricing and its easy to cook. Sometimes I just crave for it and cant help it. This here is a must try. It look pretty ordinary or simple yet the hidden ingredient why I love it so much is they cook their own soup base with tomato and pork that makes it sweet enough (something like ‘Loh Shun Tong’) filled with mince meat and a simple sunny side up. Love the soup as its slightly sour tomato base and we just finish it within seconds as the instant noodle cook to springy. – highly recommended

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If you love to have some pork, then you can opt for this Typhoon shelter noodles with Pork Chop in Chili and Garlic Soup @ RM 15

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Comes with deep fried pork as the side dish and noodle, perfect for raining weather at this moment.

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Stir Fried Pork Ribs with Rice @ RM 12.90

Sweet and soup pork ribs might looks ordinary, but this is a well balance taste, mild sweet and more pineapple sour taste as they cook along where you can buy chunks of pinapple. Deep fried pork are in cubes and soft that pairs well with the rice.

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Fried Rice Portuguese Style with braised pork belly & Seafood @ RM 16 is filled with wok hei and too bad that they don have sambal or chili oil to pair with. If not it would make it more outstanding.

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Private Kitchen Stir Fried Prime Beef Fillet with Strawberry Pepper Sauce @ RM28 

Now lets head to more of its ala-carte menu. Begins with this is pretty unique dish with me, as strawberry is being used to cook along in this dish.Cook till the gravy is well coated onto the beef, tender soft and juicy with mild pepper spicy after taste makes it a great dish for me.

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Something creamy and palatable then go for this one of my favorite for the night, Deep Fried Pork Ribs with Special Salad Sauce @ RM32. Me and Ken just enjoying this dish by just munching it half a plate with it well coated salad sauce, sweet and slightly creamy that make it appetizing.

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Creating your taste bud dancing, Stir Fried Squids with vermicelli   in Special Chili Sauce is next to hunt for. YOu have to eat it pretty fast and if not, the vermicelli will soak the soup pretty instantly. Soup taste of it is pretty amazing lime, sour spicy and squid is just fresh, chewy bouncy as I like. RM 28

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oh oh, this dish is pretty Hong Kong style as Portuguese Style Baked Chicken Chop @ RM 18. Slightly can taste on powdery ginger curry taste which definitely relates back to HOng Kong dish as the chef hvae slightly change the ingredient as he mention the ingredient here is pretty good and the base of it is potato is amazing. -Recommended when you have your rice.

Some of you might find the curry slightly powdery but that is what Hong Kong curry taste like. 😉

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I know I am being called taufulou, yet this is another amazing by the chef. Crispy fried Tofu with Salt & Pepper @ RM 16

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The chef have made the toufu so delicately soft that nearly melts on your tongue  with crispy base outside with light after taste of pepper and the bite of it taste as soft as taufufa. Is the chef special mixture to make it outstanding. If you have beer on your side, this would be the best option!

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another dish that was gone within seconds as the aroma of the spicy garlic trail on our nose that make it so tempting. Private Kitchen Typhoon Shelter Prawns with Chili & Garlic @ seasonal price. Huge succulent prawn being deep fried along with chili and garlic make this dish simple and nice.

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Any vegetable with pork, I am up for it. Private Kitchen Sautéed Chinese Chives with Dried Shrimp and Shredded Dried Cuttlefish @ RM18 is a well balance vegetable that comes with me, and the best part is the small little salted fish is crispy and the saltiness that bite after it with the vegie and pork.. ooo so hard to resit!

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End with this healthy herbal jelly. Not many people will like it but its something unique to end off with. I am okay with it and I believe my parents would love it.

I must say, this is one of the most impressive Hong Kong Restaurant that I have come accross and you do not know where to dine, this is one of a highly recommended restaurant in my list for Hong Kong Cuisine. 

*NON-Halal

all pictures are taken by Samsung NX210

Location:
Private Kitchen Hong Kong Cuisine
103 Jalan SS21/37
Damansara Utama (Uptown)
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(same stretch as HSBC or nearby Ryokan Hostel)

GPS: 3.13451, 101.62378

Tel: 03-7728 8399
Hours: 11:30 am – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10 pm, closed on Monday

 

 

How many of you actually know that there is a dining place up in the rooftop of Lot10? I been to a club there Rootz, that on my first time there, I am actually pretty impress with their rooftop that have nice green lawn. Not only they have a club there, only realize next to it is actually a nice restaurant – Teeq Brasserie.

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TEEQ derives its name from the woody textures and earthy tones that make up this chic brasserie, while pristinely manicured lawn serves as an outflow for outdoor parties outside the brasserie.

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A dramatic landscape of cascading ferns and flora serve as a backdrop against the skies of Kuala Lumpur, while pristinely manicured lawn serves as an outflow for outdoor parties right outside the brasserie.

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Its a huge see thru kitchen with see thru panel that bottles of Moet are place along.

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we start off our meal with their garden salad section that you pay once and you can take as much salad per bowl. They have pretty nice selection. . .

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Salad section table per bowl RM9.90

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Cappucinos (Mushroom Soup) @  RM15 that serve in a coffee mug, serve along in foaming texture and I down it at one shot. Taste is a bit cream and foamy serve along with mushroom chunks.

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Highland Greens is a classic Caesar with croutons, beef bacon, grated Parmesan Cheese, cherry tomatoes and Caesar Dressing. @ RM12 – 

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Next is Sea Water Prawn that had been well deep fried with gold brown crust and prawns are very fresh. Best of all is the cucumber mint yogurt sauce is a perfect combination for the prawns, taste a bit minty and mayo is just nice.  RM18

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Teeq’s BBQ Ali Burger @ RM25 – Homemade Char-Grilled Beef Patty with Melted Cheese, Tomato and Fried Egg. This is one of a recommended dish that after we tried the first one, we ordered again for 2 more portion. Beef patty is juicy, that the salad top along to make it moist with melted cheese top with sunny side up.

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Usually I am not a big fan of Salmon Trout @ RM40 – Pan fried salmon with leek potato puree and stir fry zucchini. I have to make an exception this time as salmon was grill to perfection that its not overcook, meat is just right to my preference, what make it better  is hand grounded black pepper do spice up the flavor of the dish.

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On first sight, I thought it was lasagna as it is serve along with melted cheeze only when poking deeper into it, it is  Dream of Maryland @ RM28 – Teeq’s style Roast Chicken Maryland with beef bacon, mozzarella cheese, heavy load of mash  potatoes and market vegetables. Those who love chicken, this is definitely one of the option.

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When comes to pasta, cream sauce is always my preference as Con fungi @ RM28, forest mushroom being cook along with fettuccine cook to al dante. I was pretty full at that time and I kept eating as this is hard to resist.

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Short Ribs with a simple poke by using fork, the meat actually easily fell off from the bone, truely Fire Roasted Bone that you will not left any meat on the bone. Meat is moist enough dress along with their special BBQ sauce is a perfect combination. @ RM50

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When comes to desert, we aim for their signature and the name itself already won our heart, Snicker Bar. Girls would love this alot, as its pretty rich in chocolate and creamy peanut , yet not too sweet and to have a whole slice like that is just perfect to end this wonderful meal. @ RM12

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Molten Chocolate Cake @ RM15

By dinning here for the first, time it really do suprise us with what this restaurant have to offer that is hidden up in the roof top. I guess I am like any other ordinary customer that once saw the ambiance of this restaurant it would be pretty expensive yet after look thru their menu and price, it is very reasonable or below from our expectation in pricing.

Definitely this is another great place to gather for friends and family. Recommended~

We surely do enjoy our food and drinks that night, of course comes with great friends along. . 🙂

*PORK – Free

Location:
Teeq Brasserie
Rooftop, Lot 10 Shopping Centre,
50 Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-27823555
Fax: 0327823554

Opens daily:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: 6.30pm – 11pm
Wed, Thurs, Fri, & Sat: 6.30pm – 11pm, serve snack menu after 11pm till 4am.
Website: www.teeq.com.my

Continue our food hunt, as direct after the Wan Tan Mee (click here), then our next station that Jasonmumbles rarely miss when he is back to Melaka is one of his favorite stall, Hajjah Mona Asam Pedas which he rate one of the best Asam Pedas that he come across so many stalls which Asam Pedas also know as one of Melaka delicacies.

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As I have been to the famous Jonker Street (from Donald and Lily’s Restaurant) and I did not know that by walking distance of around 5 – 10 minutes you are able to reach this stall which is located to the newly build hotel by the river if I am not mistaken.

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This place is damm pack with alot of people with its famous asam pedas that attracts many outstation customer also.

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The Asam Pedas is prepared fresh daily to cater for their demanding crowd. . .

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Then you just choose what type of fish you want and choose the extra side dish like egg, chicken, fried fish and others.

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This would be the normal set that every one would order, asam pedas with a plate of white rice and smack with a fried egg.

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Of course I always prefer mine with salty duck egg . ..

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Famous for Asam Pedas with their mild curry which is not so spicy yet a bit fragrant and perfect to eat with rice.

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According to Jason, their taste is not consistent as usually he would usually order a plate of Asam pedas to try first as if the taste for the night is at the best, he would order more. . and if the taste is not on par, he would just finish just one plate, and on that night we had, he said that their quality was not at their best so had just only one order.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, not my taste but Jason Loves it alot . .u can try it out ~-Stamped-

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

*Halal

Location:
Hajjah Mona Asam Pedas
No.6, Jalan Laksamana,
Taman Kota Laksamana,
75200, Melaka
(a corner unit and located infront of newly constructed Hotel – just walk from Jonker Stret bout 5 -10 minutes)

GPS : N2 11.625 E102 14.730 (Marked as Assam Pedas in Malfreemaps.com)

Tel: +6012 – 601 3672 / 3676
Operating Hours : 5pm to 5am Daily


View Hajjah Mona Asam Pedas @ Taman Kota Laksamana, Melaka in a larger map

When all thoughts about street food or hawker center, a street food which one of my real favorite that located in the heart of the city that covers variety nice food and also one of the place that most people would not want to miss is one of the classic and famous street, New Lane. The street is packed with side by side hawker and even some of the stalls are repeated with their very own originality and depends on your taste bud. Every stall enjoys their own customer.

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This place was sardin packed with tourist on my last dining outing there. When I was back for Chinese New Year, I visited this place twice as I did miss some of my favourite stalls and most of the stalls here worth to be recommended.

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Even people from the west came by here to do their food shooting.

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One of the stalls which is very famous or a signature of the street is the ‘Chu Chap Chuk’ with all the pig spare part hanging in the stalls and one of hawker that start operate around 5pm then you can see a lot of old and young came by to ta pau back. RM4-RM6

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If you do not like Pig Spare Part porridge, then you can op of ‘Duck Porridge’ which is very good too, with its well roast duck meat chopped and added in it with the aromatic duck sauce.

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Fried Oyster in this area is pretty good too, with its big oyster added on after deep fried egg base.

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There are 2 ‘Wantan Mee Noodle’ that I like the difference is the noodle used. This stall the noodle tend to be not so springy but it has its own style and I like their ‘Sui Kow’

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This is one of the best ‘Tong Sui’ that you can even customade the ingredient that you want. One of their signature is also the ‘Almond Soup with Yau Char Kuai’ and I believe the other stall that they are operating at Lebuh Kimberly.

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The tong sui soup base which is cook to perfect taste that suits me because its not too sweet.

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If you are looking to taste the local taste of ‘Char Koey Teow’ this stall had always been frying nonstop even I prefer to take it myself is even faster than sit and wait.

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Deep fried with wok hei and its very cheap too compare to Lorong Selamat and to me it taste much better than there.

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I just love the ‘Curry Mee’ from this stall, with is clear santan soup and home made chili that stir in it makes it extra umph and chili aromatic that mix well in it.

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Even though here had been my favorite but I this would be my first time to try on ‘Chee Cheong Fun’ here but of course my still all time favourite is the one at Genting Kopitiam at Island Glades.

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It was steam well soft, yet the traditional method is with har kou (prawn paste) and add some chili is good, and some people do eat it with oil and sesame. Another version of it.

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If you are craving for ‘Ikan Pangang Bakar’ . . .

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this stall really serve a nice pangang fish but its just that overprice.

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‘Beef Ball Soup’ in this kopitiam served very good lembu soup base.

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Strong taste of the soup yet with the cow spare part is something I cannot resist. Dipping it with chili sauce is just taste fantastic and there are people who actually pour the whole chili sauce into the soup, stir and eat it. RM4-RM8

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Another stall of ‘Char Koey Teow’ which is located inside the kopitiam is my dad’s favourite but I do not really like it. (again depends on your taste bud) RM4.50

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This stall ‘Wan Tan Mee’ we prefer to order the soup base instead of the dry one, another one of my favorite stall. It depends on my mood to go for which 1, sometimes I prefer the road side and sometimes I prefer this. Both is equally good. RM3

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For desert wise, there are two stalls located at the end of the street which is nearby Sunway Hotel. One is the ‘Apong Telur’ and ‘Kuih Ketayap’ which is 5 pieces(can mix) for RM2.

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And last my FAVOURITE ‘Apom Manis Stall’ which I had been patronizing since when I was a kid till now. I find it this is the best so far and it is even better than Apom Guan (located in front of Union Primary) and the owner which is very funny. This stall was started by his dad and now the son had took over.

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There are 2 type of base which is the normal one (classic flavor) and the one with Pandan (aromatic in flavor)

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As I always love the one in ‘Jagung’ and ‘Banana’ is not bad too. I just love how he added on the extra flavour on the kuih base as when I bite it, I can still bite on the tiny coconut slices in it that makes it very aromatic. I always ended up having 5 peices even I am very full.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 10/10, Favourite lorong, Recommended~ ~-Stamped-

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

Location:
New Lane, Penang
(next to Sunway Hotel)

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