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Sometimes its a tough decision when the question of where to eat pops up. Just at times do not know what to eat and decided to make a round at my neigbourhood area to hunt for food. Then remember that there are 2 huge food court available around the area of Kepong. This round trying out Kepong Food Court.

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No difference like any other food court in Taman Megah or SS15, its another huge food court and I am lost again without knowing what to eat and even walk 3 rounds and still cant make up my decisions, find that this Kepong Food Court is not really complete.

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 Then ended up ordering Pork Burger that sells in food court.

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 and by looking at the uncle serve his food out of his stall, certainly capture my attention that sells authentic Taiwanese Food.

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Choices are pretty decent as like  Taiwanese food all the main selection are there and decided to settle for this stall too.

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Ordered the Sour and Spicy Soup Noodle and turns out to be very good. Its quite sour and the spicy taste will hit you after a while and if gives us the challenge to continue eating. Sprinkle with some chili flakes to make it more spicy. The set back is only the noodle is slightly overcook. Nevertheless still a great bowl of noodle for RM5.

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After finishing my noodle and looking at the uncle busy serving this Braised Pork rice, it look and smells good. Then decided to give it a go. Love the braised pork sauce was added in and shredded pork slices are soft and flavourful along with rice is just another perfect combination.

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Then I was given complimentary Chicken Feet as the uncle see us eat till so happy on his food. Its soft and love the light herbal taste on it too. I must say that for a Taiwanese Food in Kopitiam and at the price, this is surely a highly recommended stall.

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 My friend ordered Pork Noodle which is totally out. Don bother.

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and here comes my Pork Burger from Big Boys Burger. Ordered it with extra cheeze and bacon.

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No doubht for the pork patty is well prepared, season and quite solid. The taste is good for such a medium size patty that did not overcook with cheeze that just melted on the top that makes it perfect along with light saltiness from bacon. Overall its a nice burger pricing at RM 11.90. Find is slightly overprice but nevertheless a good try  . .

If you do come here, Taiwanese Stall is the most highly recommended and do let the uncle know that not to overcook the noodle.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good, love the Taiwanese Stall -Stamped-

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

Location:
Kepong Food Court
Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 14, Kepong

Near Kepong Carefour / Opposite Jusco


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Hmmm, this year I do travel alot and lets start off with my Australia journey that I have done which I have always wanted to go back visit my friend. This round did not stop by Melbourne but head direct to Sydney. One of a trip that is pretty last minute but nevertheless I have to thanks to Jun Wen for all the best hospitality and knowing I love food he bring me to all his favourite restaurant – Bassim.

On my late arrival, it was well just nice for dinner time. Therefore he introduce me one of the place that he drop by at least once a week to whack on all his favourite beef slice. When he ask me am I okay for Korean BBQ, of course my reply is hell yah. As far as I know till date, there are still none of the Korean restaurant can still beat anything here yet.

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Bassim – Steak and Seafood House is like a neighborhood restaurant that located in Strathfield which is about 25 minutes drive away from city. The reason being here is that nearby my friends house.

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Its a place that fully pack with humans during dinner time as I snap this pic when they are about to close the shop. Yap, we ate from 8.30pm till closing. That’s how much and how long we spend our time there.

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This is what I mean when getting a spot in the restaurant wasnt easy.

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If without any conversion rate, the price is definitely much cheaper to any Malaysian restaurant can offer.

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Normally, Korean restaurant will give you alot of side dish, but this shop give you selected side dish to pair along with their bbq.

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AFter BBQ this is the ingredient that you have to wrap along with, a slice of cabbage, garlic, cucumber and green chili.

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Dipping along with the sauce to make it even more perfect.

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Charcoal BBQ that bout to bbq your favourite ribs away.

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Before that, order Denjang (if I am not mistaken) Bean paste soup with vegetable and beef. A perfect dish to go along with its winter outside something to bring back body heat. Pouring the soup over to the rice just  makes it a perfect combination to eat along. Slightly sour with mild spiciness.

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2 types of meat we order for the night is Spicy Dak Galbi @ AUD 16 marinated along with special spicy sauce.

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Here comes our ribs So Galbi @ AUD 19 with 3 portion. Look how pretty the red meat is with their own special marination sauce.

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AS the ribs was added on top, the smell of it generated is aromatic. Cant wait to get a bite of it.

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Grill till its medium well and left the bone there to char grill. Beef had been own grill to perfection, flavorful, and the seasoning that they use, makes the beef slice juicy. I keep picking up the beef slice and keep ordering till I was totally stuff.

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Along the way my friend order this, to be eaten along with Beef slice to make it even more kick. We ended up ordering 7 portion of beef and 3 portion of chicken for 4 pax. Definitely all of us are big eater. :p It was a very satisfied dinner, whereby I have long forgotten the best taste of it. At the end of the meal only understand that why this is his favourite Korean place or he rate Bassim is the best Korean BBQ restaurant in Sydney so far. If you do have the time, this is definitely a restaurant worth trying.

Location:

Cnr Raw Square & Churchill Avenue
Strathfield, Sydney, NSW. 2135

(For public transportation access, you can stop by at  Strathfield Train station and its about 10 mins walk away. )

Tel:
(02) 8756 5689

Open 7 days
Lunch 12-3pm
Dinner 5-late
Licensed. BYO $2pp


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Hmmm, in Puchong certainly there are many places to hunt for food especially in Bandar Puteri. With a stone throw away, you can easily find any eatery shop. The question is how many outlet serve nice food? When I was staying in Puchong few months back, then craving for Bak Kut Teh, asked my brother where is the nicest one and he brought me to this place which is quite deep inside Puchong. Apparently Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh is one of a famous one around the area . .

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Located in 2 rows of busy shop house then reach this bright red orangy sign board on the corner unit.

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The tradition of ordering BKT is one pot with soup base and another one dry version.

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Right after the BKT being serve in pippin hot, smell of it is pretty good with herbal smell and ingredient is pretty generous by the owner. Trying out to sip the soup turns out to be good, slightly strong in herbal taste as the soup is not too thick, just nice to my liking and ingredient been cook to perfection. A perfect combination with my rice and I drank a lot of the soup.

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Just love the spare parts that they put along and look at the intestine, multi layered chewy and good!

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Next is the Dry BKT, being cook in thick soy sauce, little sweeten yet the gravy being cook till all well coated onto the pork ended with mild herb taste. I find that both are pretty good and just that the dry version stood out better.

Overall, I would find this BKT shop are pretty good that can go on par with those at Klang and I am sure that this Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh is one of the best can be found in Puchong. Set back is, its too far for me now as I have move to Segambut. I guess I have to start hunting BKT around these area.

Bangsarbabe also wrote about this outlet. (click here)

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, pretty good and worth to drop by~ -Stamped-

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

Location:
Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh
3, Ground & 1st Floor,
Jalan BPU,
Bandar Puchong Utama,
47100 Puchong, Selangor,
Malaysia.
Tel: 012 674 4440/019 328 5392.
Business hours: 9.30am – 9pm


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Food discovery on my some of my friends favourite place never fail to impress me. Of course I really need to know which friend that have similar taste bud like mine. :p It was a long weekend and decided to drop by Klang to meet my friend as I have not seen her since she move back to KL. As she know I love to eat then she decided to bring me to this Restaurant New Boston in Kopitiam version that is one of the most popolar restaurant in Klang for ‘tai chow’.

Restaurant New Boston is no stranger to local folks here as most of them arrive as early as 5.30pm to get a spot here including us,even right before the shop open whereby the worker is still arranging the table and chairs, heating up wok and steam machine. Indeed they are like the famous restaurant in Klang.

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Everyone just bring their own tea and having a great conversation around the table sipping chinese tea while waiting for the store to start cooking. Every one just place their order first then look for a spot. According to my friend, here is one of a favourite restaurant to many of them including family dinner place.

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Just the 2 of us, my friend order all her favourite dish that this Tai Luk Mee大碌面/Hokkien Mee福建面 is a must order. To me I am not a big fan of this noodle cuz in Klang valley its hard to find some where that can fried really nice plate out.

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I must say I am impress, as the noodle is well fried with ‘wok hei’ that thick soy souce is thick enough to coat onto the noodle, fried along with pork lard and its big chunky one. Superb in taste and finally I have found one of the best that would made it top 3 best fried noodle on my list.

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Steamed “Lala” 清蒸”啦啦” is another dish that you must not miss here if you do visit this outlet.

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This steam lala is slightly different version compare to those that I have, sprikle with lots of fried onion, ginger and chili padi.

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Soup base is absolutely amazing that is filled with spicy ginger taste along with hint of chili padi at the end that make it a perfect combination, chinese wine that they are using is sligtly mild yet soak onto lala very well. One sip of soup base, you will keep continue drinking it. Lala are very fresh and a perfect simple dish to go along. What I meant different version as, the lala taste serve here is mild in taste compare to others that I have tried before yet it stood up pretty well.

Usually my friend come with her family of 5 they would order this 2 big plate. My version is medium size.

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‘Nestum Mantis Prawn‘ is another amazing dish from the restaurant. I have yet come accross to any restaurant that put is so generous with their ingredient. Its like a moutain high fried nestum along with mantis prawn and for 2 of us to eat 3 dish is just  too much. Mantis prawn would feed 3 person easily best of all if please order beer to eat along. Its a perfect companion.

Till date this dish taste still stuck in my mind as nestum fried to crips with egg and chili padi make the slight spicy taste in it and its just aromatic.

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This is what happen if you come after 6pm, as the crowd just pour in like wild fire, as people already start queue to get a seat and as it head towards night time, this store would operate the whole street.

If you reach here and have not got a spot, forget about it first as you need to place your order first, as waiting time can easily takes up to 60-90 minutes on peak hour. So please do have patient if you come here peak hour.

Best time to come is to reach at 5.30pm or 11pm onwards.

No doubt that this is one of the best yet reasonable price on food that I have come across as those 3 dish cost me RM38. I am surely going to return for more with more people to try out more stuff. – Highly Recommended!

 *NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10, ~  very good- highly REcommended! -Stamped-

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

Location:
Restoran Boston Baru
Jalan Kapar, Klang
(Opposite KWSP, Same row as Lembaga Tabung Haji)
Open at 6.00pm

Tel : 016-268 3104/012-905 3523

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

As food lover, I know its quite hard for us to hunt for good gourmet food at one area. We did come accross one section was promoted along social media that get to know Food Bites is being held at Jaya One is also a collaboration of Jaya One with Asianage Holdings to make this Gourmet food in Street style available. After carefully curated on the vendors to feature, finally it was these unique 9 vendors that got the opportunity to be feature in this section as Food Bites is also part of Jaya One Weekend  Market that happens every quarter for year 2012.

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As when comes into food topic, everyone is just excited as seeing a cotton candy like a 3 year old kid. To make this place a wonderful playground for alot of vendors to shine Jaya One act as a creative space for food lovers, as this is a place for the chefs, bakers and baristas to share their culinary in dishing out their specialties without need to have a high start up cost and yet taking care the customer’s wallet by charging them a reasonable price (RM5-RM20). It turns out to be a great food section as they are selling together with Non-Halal food together. Just a perfect combination ~

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Happy to see many familiar faces of food bloggers there of course no stranger like BangsarBabe, Evelyn, Me and Isaac, of course there are many more that I see.

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As selected blogger by BangsarBabe we were given some vouchers to try out on the food vendors as before that, me and Ken already patron half of the stores before getting it. kekekek~

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Food Bites section start along with the weekend market at 11am and the place was instantly flock with many hungry people as all the food were well decorated and it definitely looks tempting or you will felt regret if you do not have any of it.

Found out that most of the vendors do not own a cafe or a place to cook, as cooking is just their passion and some are home bakers as they take orders via introduction or website.

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One of my favourite that its hard to get nice brownies and more about if you are talking about alcohol brownies. YES, we are talking on ALCOHOL brownies.

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This is one of my favourite Ultra Fudge Brownies – Baileys Irish Cream & Walnuts @ RM 9 as the look itself already tempt me to buy it. A perfect first bite is like love at first side, that it is moist, soft and the alcohol mixture is just perfect that did not overpower the cocoa taste. Generous with ingredient as every bite also filled with walnuts!

As I told the ownner, if she could serve it with a scoop of ice cream along, that would be the most perfect in such humid weather.

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and tapau 3 pieces more for own savory.

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As after I return back from my studies oversea many donkey years ago, during my working time in the cafe, I was taught by an Italian on how to savior my Quiche as I hate the taste and texture at that time, as once I learn it, its a dish I enjoy very much and its hard to find really nice one in our country.

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then came across this colourfull many types of Quiche as this would be my first time so see an offering with my flavours.

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all just look tempting as it used to be and one bite, instantly I know this is what I have been looking for, soft that can taste along egg and cheeze taste with mild ingredient after taste on each of it.

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We were quite sad as we thought we can roam around and come back for this Quiche and mana tau, came back at 12.30pm it was the last piece and they were sold out! this shows how good their Quiche is! Damm!!! I want more, would love to seem them back again next round!

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As coffee lovers, I just love the name of this vendor, Espresso Lab. .  Sounds like some R&D coffee bean company. Which is not as the boss are being cheeky with the name to make it catchy, they are actually one of the bean provider. . .

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The boss are just so friendly as the particularly the type of playful and get serious to business type. They ask me to try out their 2 signature drink that available for the day only which is Lady Gaga and Green Peace. Unique in taste and something new to me. 😀

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Along the stretch I also like this Panini bread spread as they do own a cafe in Bangsar called CRUMBS CAFE located in Lucky Garden. A place you could drop by to savior their lovely bread series!

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NUTELLA SMORE-MICH @ RM7 that is one of the best I have come across that is unique that it have melted along with mash mellow, banana and wide spread of nutella and well toast! Just heavenly

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that’s the young cheerfull chef that behind the person behind the whole created series and its just lovely!

(find out more about them http://www.cafecrumbs.my/)

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Ruby Montana Tart – RM10 a slice

Coco Perry Tart – RM10 a slice

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Front – VPL – Vodka Pineapple and Lime – RM6 – An explosion of expertly blended combination of fruits in a coconut custard tart, lime curd and balanced with a shot of vodka.

Rum Ba Ba – RM6 -Sugar and spice plus everything tasty encased on a square crystalized ginger in a molten rum chocolate ginger tartlet

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Ruby Montana Tart – RM10 a slice

Macerated strawberries and cream carpet a Sarawakian black pepper cookie tart base finish off with a drizzle of aged balsamic vinegar upon order. One of the most unique tart that I have come across in taste and also must say one of the best too with the crust is baked to perfect and they used high grade strawberry to pair it along. Something that you need to try to understand as it might sound weird. Once you taste it, you would want the whole slice by yourself!

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next is the cup cake stall bake by this lovely girl with passion of creating unique flavours out at THE FAT BLOSSOM by Yun Ann which she got her aspiration from Melbourne, Australia.

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One of her unique creation is Earl Grey flavour as its not easy but she manage to get the taste right.

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Oh, if you are here, this is the stalls that many people would not miss cuz it was like an oven on the weather that day, as every one just rush and sardin pack this stall with one of the reason they offer very unique flavors for ice cream potong! POTONG is the name of their brand too . .

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Their Booze pop and which have beer flavour, wine is just outstanding and all of us were talking about it. The taste is strong and other normal flavours.

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Founders of POTONG Ivan, TeeReei and Victor are captivated by the simplistic idea of developing unique flavor concoctions. The trio only use the freshest, seasonal, natural ingredients that literally melt in your mouth. On this special occasion, these trendy artisan pop makers are bringing out the crowd hits to keep you cool. There are red bean, gula melaka, teh tarik, water melon fizz, Pina Colada, Strawberry Pepper and Choco-Nut.

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This is one of a busy stall too with its unique types of hotdog he is offering know by his own brand HAUTE DOGS. Guess what? Zainal have a day job as an engineer by profession and for his passion towards hotdog never stops him from creating his own version that infuse with East meet West too.

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This is the DAIKON DOG. It consist of a Teriyaki Glazed chicken sausage served with grated daikon (white carrot), bonito flakes and wasabi mayo. I just love the filling and the sauce, its a bit sad that the bread is a bit hard that it was suppose to be soft according to Bangsarbabe, as the guy prepared early and his first experience in serving such a big scale.

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These version of hot dogs just makes me going for more as I took out the bread and went for the filling. As the 3rd picture is Kimchi hot dog as when I saw it, serious? It taste good as it looks. . .

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as it proceed to lunch time, strong crowd just pouring into this section and every one just love the unique offering of the food at a very reasonable price.

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Frontera is another stall that offer Mexican delight that is well known for their Tacos and also their signature drink – Horny Margarita.

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At this last stall that we could not resist and die die also would want to try is this few friends Ryonn and Nick that came out with The TRANSPARENT APRON. These duo also call themself supper club which they serve a min of 4 up to 6 pax at any one time. Me and Ken are very keen to head to their home and sample their special menu for the day as they do not operate in a restaurant and only do live cooking at the home and serve you on the spot! INTERESTING!

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In their simple menu, they only offer 3 types of food BrB, Pork-Dog and Pork-Gy. . love the catchy name of their menu.

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See the stack of order they have as the are unable to cope with the sudden huge demand which they only cook in small scale as they took up the challenge today and kept us waiting for as long as 3 hours for their main signature item.

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They are doing their best to serve all of us and I would say good job to them!

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To keep our crave, we kick off with BRB @ RM5 – Be Right Back …. No no no ….. It is Deep Fried Breaded Balls of Bacon Bits & risotto rice served with Napolitana sauce

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Pork-Dog @ RM10

Fresh pork sausage on a bun topped with chili con carne and fresh white onion served with a side of chips

Pork-gy @ RM15 is the dish that makes us wait for 3 hours and if you ask me worth the wait? YES, certainly. . the texture of the pork is AWESOME, slowly braised to perfection ale cinnamon with root vegetable mash that nearly melts in your mouth,

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Definitely you guys in our hunting list for food as will will storm your house soon . .:D (Check out their FB Page – Transparent Apron)

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This section attracts people from all ages with kids enjoying everything too. Me, I just whack every stalls with Ken and other bloggers while we can ended up used finish the RM50 voucher and fork out addtional RM 30 with Ken to try out their full range of food.

Its very worth while that rarely come accross unique gourmet food that feature such talent in the industry. Good job to Jaya One and Asianage Holdings.

I am definately going to be there on their next upcoming one. Check out their FB fans page for more details – http://www.facebook.com/FoodBitesPJ

Location:

Jaya One
Jalan University

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