Tag

Gps Coordinates

Browsing

I have been working nearby for quite a while and everytime I drove pass by here, its always pretty crowded at this Rojak Stall that you will hardly miss with 2 vans parked side by side with one selling Cendol and another oen selling Rojak. As far as I know this stall had been here for donkey years already and attracted many loyal customers around the area.

The term rojak is pretty different when it comes to states as in my hometown we called it Pasembur and Rojak is those with prawn paste and fruits.

rojak (1)

They do not have a proper seating or tables as there are only a few plastic chairs available and sitting next to their van as the table to eat or when it get pack you can see many people standing around eating or even there are customers taking it to their car and eat.

rojak (2)

a

rojak (3)

 

rojak (4)

 

rojak (5)

Here is pretty well know for 2 types of rojak which is the classic and another version is Rojak Mee means with yellow noodle in it.

rojak (6)

Here is Rojak Mee @ RM 3.50 if I am not mistaken.

rojak (7)

Serve along with ingredients such as floury cake, sliced cucumber, hard boiled egg, fried tofu, bean sprout and fried crackers. I prefer mine without the noodle as I find the noodle spoil the taste of the gravy. This stall still not the best as the peanut sauce here is quite sweet for me, I prefer another stall which is in Seapark nearby Maybank.

rojak (8)

Besides the food, you can try out another type of Cendol which is slightly gives you different flavour compare to those in Penang or Melaka. For a bowl of Rm1.20 you really cannot expect alot. Again its just too sweet for me. Not my type of cendol.  Shaved ice is still pretty rough and the red bean they use is quite moist and soft. Well, I just finish 3 sip then I am done . .

Some of you might find this stall is pretty good. Really depends on your own taste.

*HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 5/10, okok la-Stamped-

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

Location:

Cendol & Rojak Mustaffa
Jalan 17/41A (off Jalan 17/21)
Section 17, Petaling Jaya
GPS Coordinates: N3 07.183 E101 37.888
Business hours: Lunch onwards until finish around 5pm

Tel: 016 327 5176

Burger joints are popping out every where, and its a trend. Well, lets go something classic in street style that I recently I was introduce a homemade street burger patty that run by Chinese couple. I have read Jacksons Burger is homemade by the uncle himself quite a while back and only remember bout it when Ken bring me over to dine at this stall.

jackson (1)

Its not too hard to find them as I have read some blog that they always move around. Well, I have been here a few times and its still in the same location. Their burger price is definately cheap.

jackson (2)

They do not have a proper dining in around the premises as they run the burger stall in a little truck and we can take their plastic chairs to sit there and dine. They sell soft drinks too.

jackson (3)

What is interesting is that they do have their special homemade CRAB patty that Ken ask me to try. Of course I do a mix then, beef and crab.

jackson (4)

Of course my burger need to have added egg and cheese. If not it would not be a perfect one for me.

jackson (5)

jackson (6)

jackson (7)

jackson (8)

Then my burger is ready, it smells very good with the fluffy bread being well pan fried that I can even smell the majerine of it.

jackson (9)

Smack in betteen the bread and all the ingredients, here comes the Chinese version of burger that is pretty similiar to another famous stall in Penang, Hill Side. The patty are grill to little cruncy for my Crab patty and beef are just perfect. For afternoon lunch, its a good satisfying one. For Chinese to come out such burger, they are consider good. Surely cannot be compare with Ramlee burger as its slightly different style

Recommended~

Location:
Jacksons Burger (PORK FREE)
Just look along Jalan 14/29 Section 14.
GPS Coordinates: N3 06.281 E101 37.928
Business hours: 11.30 am to 5pm. Off days not fixed.


View Larger Map

Along the highway as I always travel back and forth, by trailing away Nibong Tebal small town sign board along the highway as it was last round that I was heading back to KL by following my best friends Ian, both he and his friend decided to bring me to dine in this small little town. They told me that you will be surprise what they can offer for that kind of cheap price. Cheap as in SERIOUSLY CHEAP. *doubting.

pork knuc (1)

Nibong Tebal is actually located at Penang, Mainland and I rate Swee Garden Seafood restaurant is a hidden gem in the town as a place that famous among local that is about 10 minutes drive away from the toll exit to reach here. Which is pretty easy to drive here by recognizing a huge flyover to make  a turn.

Was told by both of them have to reach here freaking early to avoid massive huge dinner crowd that many dining tables will spill out to the road side as we reach around 5.30pm to have a very early dinner before heading back to KL.

pork knuc (2)

AS early as 5.30pm there are quite a number of families are already dining here.

pork knuc (3)

Fried Lala with Ginger is something that is fried simple yet infuse with chinese wine in it make it very addictive with hint of some spicy from ginger and fine slice chili.

pork knuc (4)

Asam Prawns is a big fat juicy prawns that well prepared and marinated. I whack nearly half of it.

pork knuc (5)

Simple fried veggie nothing much to shout about.

pork knuc (6)

Signature Crispy Fried Pork Knuckle 

pork knuc (7)

A portion that most of the table would order or I would say must not miss. Deep fried to perfection that the skin is very crispy, yet the meat in it is still soft and the amount of fats in between is just nice. This is not German Pork Knuckle therefore they do not serve any gravy along as this is Chinese Cross over cuisine. Just serve along with pickled shallots and tomato slices. – Recommended!

Total Damage we had for the dinner is about RM 75 for 3 pax which I would rate it reasonable cheap and not as ‘very’ cheap as my friend mention since its located in this small town, as also since we have a huge chunk of Pork Knuckle and some seafood along its decently price in this small town.

Surely I would not mind to recommended for you to drive all the way here to try it out for travelers also.

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10,  pretty good for a small town operator~-Stamped-

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

Location:
SWEE GARDEN SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
No 1, Jalan Punai,
14100 Nibong Tebal,
Seberang Perai, Penang, Malaysia.

Telephone : 604-5934768

Business Hours : Dinner only, from about 5.30pm onwards.

GPS Coordinates : E100 28′ 39.2″ N5 10′ 8.0″

Grand Dorsett is located in Subang which is one of a 5 star hotel smack right in Subang with 15 minutes drive away from the Subang Airport. After they have refurbish the hotel, this is my first time back to this Grand Dorsett Hotel Subang again and this round we get to sample their afternoon high tea at Dorsett’s Aroma Cafe which is featuring Malaysian delicacies. .

subang (1)

subang (2)

with our famous by the street style snacks, get to choose from it are Fried Cempedak, banana fritters, Keropok Lekor and many others. . .

subang (3)

subang (4)

Toast and Kaya butter

subang (5)

Dorsett English Afternoon Tea

subang (6)

Strawberry tarts and cakes, home made scones with jam & cream, finger sandwiches, assorted french pastries, assorted cookies and home made puffs.

subang (7)

Teh Tarik for a great afternoon session . . .

subang (8)

Dorsett English Afternoon Tea (Daily except Public Holiday)
RM38++/person @ 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Local Afternoon Tea (Monday – Friday)
RM25++/person (isn’t it a steal?) @ 3:30pm – 5:30pm

subang (9)

Then we had a light tour on their Premier Lounge . .

subang (10)

with great facilities and nice ambiance for the guest on this floor. . .

subang (11)

subang (12)

unlimited fnb for them . .

subang (14)

you are able to host your meeting here too . .overlooking at a very nice subang town view. .

subang (13)

subang (15)

subang (16)

subang (17)

One of their suite’s . .

subang (18)

Dinner we choose to dine in The Emperor is because of their track record by winning a few awards, one of it is Malaysia’s Best Restaurant Award .. .

subang (19)

It is quite impressive that this is the first time I experience a restaurant with a design of a connecting bridge over to the dining area  .. .

subang (20)

subang (21)

They also do have private rooms that can host up to 2 tables which is perfect for family gathering. .

subang (22)

subang (23)

We kick start with their dim sum and pricing is quite reasonable. .

subang (25)

“Har Kow” or Prawn dumplings, Siew Mai, Charcoal Custard bun

 

subang (26)

This is certainly one of my favourite with the bun is soft and I just love how the custard just ooze out from the bun, just beware, do not eat it while it is served, as let it cool down . The custard sauce with burn your tongue. .

subang (27)

Xiu Long Bao is served with a bit of ebiko on top and the soup in it just juicy and aromatic with its chicken flavour. Dip with vinegar and insert some ginger is just perfect.

subang (28)

subang (29)

I have always love double boil soup as it is simple, clear and full with aroma, Red dates and Chicken soup

subang (30)

Chicken Salami and Lobster Salad

subang (31)

Fresh meat cover in some fruit salad dressing which is juicy from every bite and best is also served along with chicken salami.

subang (32)

Butter Prawns

subang (33)

Bean curd with Asparagus, just love this dish alot, as it was perfectly fried with a bit crips all over and its very soft inside, when you have a bite together with the mushroom, the taste is just perfect!

subang (34)

Kam Heong Crabs

It was a satisfying dinner and good news to CIMB World Master Card or Visa Infinite gets 50% discount for 2 diners.

Location:
The Emperor
Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel
Jalan SS12/1,
Subang Jaya,
47500 Malaysia.

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat (12.00pm – 3.00pm), Sun (10.00am – 3.00pm), Daily (6.00pm – 10.30pm)

Website: www.granddorsett.com/kualalumpur/

GPS Coordinates : N03 04.755′ E101 35.808′

Pin It