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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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Aren’t we Malaysians are very pampered with lots of choice so beers? Now, Tiger Crystal is back in action as they are taking this year end festive period to pour into the market again, that it is no doubt clear and easy to drink beer.

When festive mood kicks in, so what is next? of course it will be all down with food. . .

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Tiger Crystal is actually a limited edition brew which is specially brew to commemorate the year of Golden Tiger, I was at their Launching (click here)

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a type of beer that is light, fresh and cool yet easy to drink is easily pair with lots of food especially our Asian taste bud!

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So as for the night, Tiger Crystal Beer Pairs very well with Italian food and for the night, we were served with mostly on spicy side as to let us know, the beer actually pairs very well, especially with seafood and spicy taste.

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It has no doubt that, at the end of the session, the beer pairing with food either on entree, mains or desert turns out to be a good experience and those of you out there, shall be expecting more Tiger Crystal in the market just during this festive season . . .

It was rainy day and just drove back from Penang, then out of idea of where to eat not until Ken suggest to bring my bro,his gf and me eat one of the best KL chicken tandori & nan which located at opposite Ampang Point directly at the junction of the flyover heading towards Kuala Lumpur. Uncle Arumugam’s Tandoori & Naan stall is one of the stall to be.

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Cannot deny that, this is really one of the hidden gem around the area that have such a great stalls. Ken rated this place as one of his top tandori stalls in KL. If from the main road, they are hidden behind a bushes and will pass through a row of shop houses that is closed during night. I park at the road side and walk in.

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They are actually sharing an area with malay stalls next to it and their business is so good that one time they lbbq the tendori chicken is a few pieces at one go.

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This guy is busy preparing all the nan.

Eating Japanese food can consider everyone’s favorite, but how many of us are able to cook or make sushi? During my uni life at oversea, me and my housemate did try to make sushi ourselves by using our own logic to do it without find a proper recipe to go along with (which is very wrong) but then the meal turns out to be not so bad, the rice we did was using Japanese rice but not as sticky as it is compare to the restaurants.

This time besides eating nice sushi, now I had a chance to learn from the best from Chef Yanagida by teaching us make simple and nice sushis, eg: Nigiri Sushi, Tobiko Gunnkan Nigiri, California Roll and Inari Sushi. During the session, I had hands-on experience by in making the sushi, it was not that easy as I thought by looking at the chef at sushi bar wrapping it but I still prefer my responsible by just eating it.

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All the fresh ingredient prepared for us to get hands on.

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One of the trick to make the rice sticky was to cook a . . . . . . (cannot tell) to make the rice sticky.

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With Chef Yanagida vast experience he had come out with quality food with the Asian and Western Combination.

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After the special sauce was cook, the sauce was pour into the rice and let it dry up. (part to ensure sticky of the rice and aromatic)

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slicing and prepare California Handroll.

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This is the way how you wrap a proper handroll, little ingredient at the start roll to solid in the end.

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Samples of the chef’s creation.

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To make another sushi. . .

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and at the end with my hand’s on…This is my skillfull set of wrapping sushi (please do laugh) . . .

After the mini preview of the class, we head back to another section to enjoy what had been prepared for us.

When we reach this place, it was already evening. Inside our stomach already pre-occupy with Satay Celup that we thought eating abit ended up taking and taking from the fridge. Now a bit regret.
 
Choe did work here for a period of time then she mention that this is a good and famous place by the sea. I had some imaginations in my mind as she said that the seafood here not cheap. So given a pre-picture of pricing, thought that it would be a ideal place with restaurant by the sea.

Mana tau when I reach the place, I was like Down! Its’a food court feel. Even the one is Esplanade, Penang is even better with the environment.
 
Maybe I just came back from Macau not that long, as my concept of Portugese Settlement is something like the concept there. Never thought that it would be totally different.


There are 10 stalls of seafood here. Wonder how they do business. Mini Jakarta..that’s what i thought off. Then Choe said that this stall served better seafood as the first stall is popular with the tourist. Then what I heard the story was very fuuny. If you are a DAP or any opposition supporter they will have conflict with that stall owner. Then I was like har..like dat also can ah..thought is 1 Malaysia?hrmmm…..

The order of ‘Kangkung Belacan’ cost RM 6 taste not any much different from what we eat in any part or any corner.

‘Fried Sotong’ seems to be a bit dissapointed with too much flour is like eat flour more than sotong. RM10
 
‘Butter Prawns’ if not mistaken cost RM15. Lack of the taste of butter and the kick in it. Its at acceptable level.
 
‘Lala’ is something slightly better in taste wise, covers with ginger and the chili spicy taste. At least make our taste bud working. RM10
 
Never a big fan of ‘Bendi’. Pale in taste, prawns nearly not fresh yet okay loh. RM6
 

Among all the dish, ‘Black Papper Crab’ is the best of all. Fresh slices of crab meat, pangang with black peper powder and some springkles. RM32 

In the end, we were quite full from the previous satay. Havent come to a stage with the satisfaction feeling yet.
When we about to go off, here is the amout of crowd that pour into the place. Every of the each individual stall got their very own crowd. By walking around the area, still feel that the food presentation of STall 1 looks better and tempting. Next round I susppose.
This is the stall that located next to this shop.
 
Its a ‘Mango’ drink. Something very unique yet freshing and appetite oppener. Guess how many cups I drank. If not mistaken 3-4. Its blend with young mango, that’s how the sour flavor got juice out. Very nice. Highly Recommended by me even though you are around the area. RM2.50

Seafood wise, even the price is cheap but the food quality is above average, maybe would encourage you to try other stalls.

 

-= Ka Ching =-
 
Food Rating 4/10, below average~ -Stamped-
 
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:

Restaurant J & J Corner
No.10 Medan Selera,
Perkampungan Portugis,
75050 Melaka
HP: 016-280 9058
 
*Halal as it is run by Malay
 
 

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