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Any of you love Penang food? I guess most of you do right and most of you would travel up North during long weekend for the awesome street food. Guess what! Now we have discover one new outlet that newly open in Kota Damansara recently that sell alot of best Penang street food under one roof, known as Penang One. Their first outlet is in Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

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Located in the heart of Kota Damansara where parking would be a big headache for you and this doesnt stop us from hunting it. Since our first visit, we have been going back as regular and I must say that the food is as good as where you can find in Penang. Definately not 100% but its at 80% similar which is good for us down in Klang Valley here.

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I am sure many of you still have yet discover fully where is the best food in Penang and the same goes to me. The owner have this big mission that wanted to provide folks in KL for good Penang food and therefore he himself as a Penangnite have work out a contract with all this famous hawker people to provide all the ingredients. All this being transport down to KL 2 days once. Therefore the taste is pretty much 80% the same as the famous hawker owner train all the staff themselves..

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The owner have marked down all the famous hawker stall location in the map and light history on the wall where he brought down here.

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Here you go on the list if you fancy any of the street food.

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Place here are pretty cozy and service here is pretty good~

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If you worry how they cook your meal and they have open concept kitchen for your viewing and those of you who loves the Tambun Biscuits & now they are available here too with the brand Him Heang which is one of my favourite brand. Now you need not queue that long as its while stock last daily.

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Lets see what we can have here and 8 of us are already very hungry.

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What is available in the menu is sufficient to stop our craving back in our hometown and we particularly ordered the whole menu, to try out on the taste.

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Homemade Otak Otak which is one of my favourite, no doubht that this taste exactly the same as one of my favourite stall. Steam to perfection that its soft on the outside and a huge slice of fish being inserted in the middle with fragrant leaves that absorb it very well. RM4.50 I have no complain in that.

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Those of you that miss Chee Cheong Fun, its all the way from Macalister Road. Prawn paste is good and just thick enough to coat around the chee cheong fun and although its not from my favourite Genting Kopitiam but this is as good as an alternative for me. @RM 3.90

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I certainly love Bak Chang – Special Dumpling @ RM 8.90 and alot people come here make a take away back to other country as they are being made fresh and air tight it in a pack of 8 if not mistaken. Then just put it into a boiling water for 5 minutes then you can eat it after that, with sticky rice and not too salty yet with generous amount of Ingredient.

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Another version of Bak Chang will be the white base and if not mistaken is the Teo Chew style as the filling is more towards peanuts. Not bad either as Ken loves this one and me prefer the traditional one.

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For Loh bak is hail all the way from Kheng Pin Kopitiam if not mistaken as I did saw a visual on that kopitiam on the wall. The Loh Sauce is as good as it is that is thicken, prawn crackers are fried to perfection. @RM 11.90

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The Asam Laksa is pretty well known in Lorong Selamat that I have not try before. When you talk about Lorong Selamat everyone’s thought would be Char Koey Teow! Nevertheless this is as good as it is, that cook with alot of mince fish meat and top with a few slices of fish as the top as we add on with additional RM1.50 . Soup is as good as the famous ones in Penang, sour enough and light spicy end with fish fragrant taste.. @ RM 8.50 

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This is another stall that I have not tried before in Penang which is Kampung Jawa Char Koey Teow and I ask my friend they say its very good and their business hours is only from 7am – 10am daily and have to wait at least 30 minutes – 45 minutes for your plate to be serve. Will go back and try the original one but before that, the Char Koey Teow in this outlet best most of the stalls in KL. Cook till with wok hei and the koey teow is slight dry to my linking and top with huge prawns @RM 9.50

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This is the Yam Cake @ RM 5.50

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Ahh, version of Curry Mee is hard to find in Klang Valley they need to be serve along with pork blood. Most of the curry mee here is in curry soup base. Penang version is, soup is fragrant with light pandan and mild santan taste the follow I add in one full scoop of curry to make it fiery red. Perfect as it is. @ RM 8.50

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I get to know that Klang Valley is not pretty well known for Duck Meat Koey Teow Soup but i have always love mine in this version. Sou is sweet and filled with duck meat, fish balls, pork balls and fish cake that all is home made except pork ball.

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If you love New World Park Ice Kacang then you gonna love this as it taste exactly the same. I prefer the Ice Kacang @ RM 6.50 more than the Cendul.

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This make no exception as well Tee Nya Kuih from there as well @ RM 3.50. Have to be serve chill then add in gula melaka to eat along. Soft as it is and gula melaka is not too sweet.

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Muar Chee @ RM 3.90, as the difference is the peanut base as its slightly more fine.

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Rojak @ RM 7.50 is not the best one from Penang to my own preference but some they love it as well.

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This is my very own special request on my chilhood snacks. A huge slice of Seng Kuang then top the rojak sauce on the top add on with peanuts after that.

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This is what happen to us when we found something good and hail all the way back from our hometown. We order so much that we inteded to give it a sharing at first and end up most of us having each plate each.

If you are craving for Penang food and lazy to drive all the way up north, here is one of the best place you can find in Klang Valley and no complain at all. It beats alot of stall out there, and had become our weekly affair,  some is daily. 😀

Price is pretty reasonable with the concept that the owner is trying to do and portion is average. Not too big nor too small or if you compare to KL serving portion its definitely slightly smaller. A highly Recommended place by me for Penang food.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10,  good stuff, highly Recommended! -Stamped-

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

Location;
Penang One
16-1, Jalan PJU5/7,
Dataran Sunway,
47810 Kota Damansara,
Petaling Jaya.

Tel: 03-6151 1083

GPS Coordinates: N03 09.071 E101 3.396

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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Another Puchong discovery as I felt that there are alot of food outlet in this area. One of the latest discovery is this shop LSY-Pot which their signature is on claypot. One of famous chinese eatery by using claypot to cook the rice and with some add on ingredient as I love my version with alot of chinese sausage and one chunk of salted fish.

Oriental Claypot Chicken Rice @ RM6.90 small, RM13.50 large

This is how I like my claypot chicken rice to be, aromatic of a bit chinese wine, chinese sausage and the most important is they use a very good quality of salted fish.

If you prefer your Claypot chicken rice to be seperated out, they can do it ‘Chicken served on a plate on top of white rice’. To me, this taste better than the mixture of everything inside the claypot, as it manage to seperate the taste out of it and the watery gravy on top of it perfect to go along with rice!

There is one of a tim sum restaurant that located in nearby Columbia Hospital, Puchong, that serve Halal Tim Sum, A Kad Kar, which their main aim is also let other races to enjoy this wonderful cuisine.

This restaurant is established around March and their main branch is in Subang, as they are going to establish more outlets soon by year end as they aim to expose and educate more people in this food.

[updated Aug 2020: this place had close down]

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With their interior decoration decorated with bamboo and a bit of jungle concept into the shop that creates a calm feeling yet to enjoy the tim sum.

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They offer variety of tim sum in at a very reasonable price.

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Kad Radish cake (RM 3.50), Kad Chestnut cake (RM 3.50)

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Kad Egg tart (RM 3.00)

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Herbal Soup (RM9 each)

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Kad Chicken Pao (RM 4.00), Kad Laver Crab roll (RM 4), Kad Prawn Dumpling “Har Gao” (RM 3.50), Kad Prawn Dumpling “Green” (RM 3.50)

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Kad Glutinious Rice (RM 4.50)

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Kad Chicken Tofu Roll (RM 3.50)

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Kad Fried Chicken Wings (RM 3.50)

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Kad Mutton Dumpling (RM 4.50)

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Kad Black Pepper Chop Rice (RM 7)

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Kad Sauce Duck Rice (RM 8)

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Kad Chicken Bread (RM 3.50)

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For a Halal dim sum, I would say the chef had done a good job able to maintain the taste and quality of it and too my all muslim friends, you can now enjoy another type of food at a low price.

Location:
No.2 , Jalan Puteri 7/8 ,
Bandar Puteri Puchong ,
47100 Selangor.

Tel : +603 – 8062 5854
Email : [email protected]

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This week I have been actively google up a few places to eat for vegetarian and this is one of the restaurant that attracted my attention. With a nice cosy interior and a another style of serving Vegetarian food that set food in one of my food hunting area, Bandar Puteri.

As usual, this area is always alot of cars but nothing to worry much as there are alot of parking space available. To pay the ticket is up to you~

A very big logo sign on its ceiling.

A pretty interesting menu that gives me the feeling of a mixture with Winter Warmer’s and Garden Lifestyle stall,1-U.

A cafe kind of concept with wifi available.
Rose Lemon Juice: something which you are looking for to quench your thirst, yet could make your face smirk. RM5.80
Snow White: a mild thick juice yet taste a bit near to milkshake. Not bad~ RM7.80
 
Non Alcoholic Beer: If you are craving for beer during this period, this drink definitely can help you to cure it. Sure it has 80% similar to beer with the gas, colour and everything but it had some strong aroma of honey. RM5.80
I have always love to eat sandwich and this is the first time during this period I get to eat ‘Pro Sandwich’ which filled with vegetarian ham, cucumber, tomato and apple slices. At first we were very curious how come there are apple, that makes us think can meh?nice meh? Actual fact for vegetarian sandwich, it is nice. RM6.80
A set meal RM7.80
‘Basil Rice Set’ as the sauce taste good and the basil taste doesnt over power the gravy taste. Just nice. RM7.80
‘Green Curry Rice’ by the look itself, you can already judge how good it is. Too watery like drinking soup, yet the taste is way off. RM7.80
‘Italian Special Meal’ one of the best compare to the rest taste very similar to spaghetti bolognese. Recommended. RM6.80
‘Stew Noodle Soup’ taste a bit off, maybe its because of vegetarian soup base, so errrr….don know how to say. RM6.80
In the picture on the menu sure attracts me to order this. Even on this pic. ‘Mango Snowball’. All of us had tried and concluded with, it is not chill enough, the puree is very thick if add on some snow ice would taste even better, the sarsi jelly and rice ball doesnt go along with it. We did thought of how nice if it was longan. The desert doesnt comes to our liking. RM5.80

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, Good~ -Stamped-

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

Location:
Loving Hut

15 Jalan Puteri 2/7,
Bandar Puteri Puchong,
47100 Puchong, Selangor

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