Christmas Lunch Invitation @ Blufroge Pad

Calling all Bloggers!

Following up on my previous post, I’d like to let you know that Blufroge.com is having a Christmas Meet and Greet at their office in Petaling Jaya. Did you want to find more information about the Spiral program? If so now’s the chance!

You can call in at 603-7732 5028, email [email protected] if you have any questions.

Look forward to meeting you all at the event, where I can discuss the Spiral program in person and give you tips on how to make it work for your blog/ website.

Thanks and speak soon,
-William Lee

Share And Earn Cash With Malaysia’s Most Rewarding Affiliate Marketing Program!

Calling all bloggers and website owners!

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One of our partners, www.Blufroge.com, have developed an affiliate marketing system, known as ‘Spiral’ that hopes to solve this problem.

Blufroge.com makes it easy to share their store products and make a commission on any sales generated from it. For example if any of your readers click on a link and buy the product then you will make a commission on the sale.

You can:

  • Share links on your Facebook page or Twitter profile
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*Bloggers : 100 Spiral Points = RM100

Other sellers : 100 Spiral Points = RM50

Visit www.Blufroge.com/affiliates to see a video on how it works. You can also call in at 603-7732 5028 or email [email protected] if you have any questions. It’s completely free to sign up, just visit www.Blufroge.com, login with Facebook and start sharing!

If you would like to meet with the founders of the website, that can be arranged as well! We welcome all affiliates and aim to grow our network of bloggers, social media experts and website owners across the whole of Malaysia.

Thanks and speak soon,

-William Lee

Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh – Sunway Mentari

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh, a new establishment in Sunway Mentari, has its roots spanning from the origin of Bak Kut Teh, Klang. We met up with one of the owners who had mentioned that he was one of the descendants of the founder of the original Bak Kut Teh, Lee Boon Teh. In the good old days, a serving of bak kut teh in the morning would keep the workers who visit the original store full of energy to last throughout the day.

In this shop, however, there is a touch of many modern aspects. From the sake glasses that are used in replacement of tea cups to the induction heaters warming up the kettles for hot water.

But of course, you would be interested to find out more about the food?

They serve a range of meats here such as the Tai Gwaat as above. The large serving overwhelms the small bowl that it is in, and is good for a one portion serving.

The soup is thick and flavourful and has a slight sweetness that adds to the aroma of herbs. They have about 9 different single portion servings that allow you to try a variety of meats.

My favourite that I usually go for is the Pai Gwaat. Immersed in a thick broth, the meat slid off the bone with ease and was very satisfying.

To keep the dishes warm, they also provide a gel at the bottom of the bowl to keep it warm. After all, you are enjoying a bowl of bak kut teh in a air-conditioned restaurant, so it’s best if the meal stays warm. That was one of the things I liked about this place. You can get a nice serving of bak kut teh in the comfort of a clean and quiet environment. As we went on the weekend, it was very easy to find parking as well.

Besides the individual servings, they also offer claypot style bak kut teh,

as well as the dry version which had a nice kick to it.

As always, with most bak kut teh shops (and the guilt of indulging in all lots of meat), you can also order a plate of lettuce to go with the meal.

I enjoyed a sumptuous meal, and it didn’t have to end there. They also sell the herbs for preparation at home; in which they use premium quality herbs from China.

 

Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh

No 16. PJS 8/18

Jalan Dataran Mentari

46510 Petaling Jaya

Tel: +60 3 5622 2496

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

Ipoh Hor Fun, Restaurant Chong Thoong Kee, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

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This is one of the famous Ipoh Hor Fun shops in Taman Tun. It’s situated at the back of the block buildings near Plaza VADs, so it might be abit tricky to find. It’s actually facing the parking lot of the Taman Tun wet market. The only serve two things here Ipoh Hor Fun and Hainanese Chicken Rice, oh and yes the prawn wantans.

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This place can get pretty pack around lunch time and the queue to take away can be quite long as well as most people just drive by the lane and order.

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Its a very simple dish, Ipoh Hor Fun. You can either

get it served to you individually or you can order the chicken to share and eat it together with your kway teow soup. The chickens here are really meaty and I hope they are meaty the ‘natural’ way with no enhancements added to it..haha. You can see the close up shots of the chickens hanging in front of the shop, it looks like their breasts are going to pop out of their skin.

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One thing I like here is their ‘tau geh’ aka beansprouts. It’s thick and juicy, the closest I can find to actual Ipoh beansprouts.

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The hor fun itself is very ‘cheng’ and tasty with lots of chives. This is a dish I eat on a nice rainy day when or when I’m feeling blue cause it’s comforting Smile

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There is also the prawn wantans, but this is nothing to shout about. I was a bit disappointed at this because the prawns were measly in fact, if it didn’t say prawn wantans, I wouldn’t have guessed that it was a prawn wantan. And I remember it being much bigger as well.

Restaurant Chong Thoong Kee

Jalan Wan Kadir 1

Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Kuala Lumpur

Non Halal

Peter’s Pork Noodles and Curry Laksa, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur’s

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One of our favourite pork noodle places is in Brickfields, at this kopitiam. The pork noodles is called Peter’s pork noodles and is a family owned stall. We just love coming here because there’s no queue and the food arrives pretty fast. And of course most important of all is that the pork noodles is down perfectly everytime we have it.

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Not only does it come with poach egg, mince pork, vegetables, liver they also throw in some pretty generous or rather sizeable serve of ‘Ju yau ja’ aka deep fried pork lard. MMMmmmmm. Everything always taste better with ju yau ja Smile

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Also famous here is the curry laksa. I love this curry laksa because it reminds me of my primary school days. The curry is not too spicy and there’s lots and lots of ‘liew’  (ingredients) thrown in. Though abit pricy RM5 per bowl, but when you look at the amount of noodles, fish balls, fish cake, tau fu pok, long beans and shredded chicken put in, I do think it’s worth it.

Other worthy stalls to try here is the Char KwayTeow and also the famous Moorthy’s Banana Leaf rice.

Suggest you use your GPS to find this place because it’s pretty hidden. Else, just ask around for Moorthy’s banana leaf, i’m sure they’ll be able to point you in the right direction. It’s basically a coffeeshop behind the row of shops facing the entrance to KL Sentral.

144A, Jalan Vivekananda,

50470 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 012 2880940

Non Halal

Yellow Cab Pizza, Outside Lot 10, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

Yellow Cab Pizza

Many people has been telling us to try out Yellow Cab’s pizza in Bukit Bintang, so we had the opportunity to when we went for an early dinner a big bunch of our friends. You will greeted outside of Yellow cab with many bright yellow scooters with the Yellow Cab Pizza sign board. It kinda gives the New York Pizza take away feel to this place.

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I love their bright yellow pizza boxes. They serve their pizza’s in these boxes, even though you are eating at the restaurant, which I personally feel that they shouldn’t in view of preserving mother nature. But it’s bright colours on the eyes does play a role on your tastebuds cause you know that there’s something really good waiting for your inside.

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To start we had the ‘small’ 10” # 4 Cheese Pizza. In the menu it reads ‘Cheese Heaven’ and I have to agree. It’s just pure cheese layered onto the pizza. It has Mozzarella, Cheddar, Romano and Feta.

 

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The Tribeca Mushroom pizza was a hit with most of the girls for some odd reason. Those who have the love for anything mushroomy (like me!) would love this pizza. It’s topped with Shitake, Button and Oyster Mushroom and smothered with melted cheese. Awesome!

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Then there was the Roasted Garlic & Shrimp Pizza which as it’s name said had a slight tinge or garlic to it. This was the medium size pizza which is 14” . You can’t really tell from the picture but it’s as big as a normal Large pizza (if not bigger) than what we normally get from Pizza hut and Dominos. Lined with Shrimp, Onion and of course roasted garlic in butter sauce.

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Then came our LARGE pizzas, 18” in diameter , and I thought the medium was big. You can see from above, how the pizza box itself is comparison in size with some of our hands, and even our plates. It’s humongous!

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We had the Hawaiian Pizza in LARGE which came with Chicken Toast, which is pretty much chicken ham, beef brisket and of course nothing completes a Hawaiian pizza without pineapples. Not to mention that it too was smothered in melted cheese.

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Just look at the size of that slice of pizza!! I bet ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ ordered their pizza from Yellow cab..haha. It just reminds me of that cartoon somehow where the pizzas are like dropping downwards cause it’s just too laden with cheese and the other various topings. As our friends say, you can use the pizza to ‘slap’ someone in the face..

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We also of course tried their New York’s Finest, I mean how could you not right. This was one of the most ‘colourful’ pizzas among the lot. It had Italian beef sausages, chicken toast, beef pepperoni, beef brisket, ground beef, black olives, mushrooms, onions, red and green peppers and not to mention, smothered in cheese as well. Gorgeous looking piece of pizza, tasted pretty good as well.

Yellow cab pizza’s definitely reign supreme in size. Their ginormous size simply means that you should always make sure you have a friend with you when you come here to eat or just starve yourself the whole day to make space for it. The pizza’s itself were good, though some were so smothered in cheese that after eating so much it all tasted the same. But it was a good experience eating here, especially if you have great company Smile

Oh and need I mention they also do delivery? hehe. Enjoy!!

Yellow Cab Pizza

Outside of Lot 10

Jalan Bukit Bintang

Kuala Lumpur

Pork Free

Tel: 03 2772 7213 / 016 6588515

 

They have other branches in Jalan Raja Abdullah  (Tel: 03 2694 2003)and Ampang Point (03 4251 2003).

Famous Putu Piring, Jalan Tengkera, Malacca

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Recently when I went back to Malacca I had a strong craving for the famous Putu Piring along Jalan Tengkera. This putu piring stall has been around ever since I can remember and there is always, always a line of people waiting. This a family owned business and they operate from their own house along Jalan Tengkera.

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Its a comforting sight being there waiting in line and watching how they make the putu piring. It looks like a simple process, first put flour then the gula malacca and then more flour to cover it, place it in the steamer and after awhile take it off, pop it unto a square piece of banana leaf with some grated coconut and ‘wala’ you have your putu piring. But easier said then done since this has taken years and years of practice to perfect their art.

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The putu piring quality of this place has been consistent thus far. With it’s light fluffy texture and the sweet, melted gula Malacca towards the center coupled with the slight saltiness of the grated coconut it all comes perfectly in the end. I love it. It’s a bit pricy though at RM0.90 per piece, but I do think it’s worth it. It’s quite sizeable as well I would say.

Check it out next time you are down in Malacca. You wont’ miss it as you’ll see a line of people queuing by the roadside.

 

Putu Piring

Jalan Tengkera, Malacca

Opening times : 730pm onwards (plus minus)

The Deli, MiCasa All Suite Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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The Deli is situated in Mi Casa All Suite Hotel in the heart of Kuala Lumpur along Jalan Ampang. Who would have thought to find a quaint little ‘Deli’ in the middle of the city in a suite

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hotel? We certainly didn’t. We were invited to this place for a review by our friend April Yim. Thanks babe.

 

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We were greeted by the menu on the wall and instantly our mouth started to water on the good food that will await us. The Deli is exactly like its name, a little deli cafe set aside in the hotel with bain maries and little quaint tables to sit on.

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The sandwhiches here are amazing. There was the grilled beef sandwhich which consisted of succulent lean beef slices, on fresh rocked served between two pieces of warm ciabatta bread. It comes with it’s own gravy which you must pour on the beef slices before you bite in. Delicious.

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there’s the salmon gravlax sandwhich which was served on baguette. Every sandwhich comes with a choice of wholemeal, baguette or ciabatta bread.

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For our wholemeal sandwhich we had chicken pate, pickles and green. It was an interesting sandwhich, though i’m not a big fan of chicken pate, I still ate quite abit Smile. All the dishes came with fries as well which are REAL fries cut from potatoes, not those cheap ones you buy in bulk in the supermarket.

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We also had the stir fried mushrooms with poach egg sandwhich. The poach egg was done to a perfection. Poke the egg and all the yolk just flows out..mmm.

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Then there was the Caesar salad. Fresh green lettuce, bacon bits, croutons, parmesan cheese and of course another perfectly poached egg. We were all pretty impressed with the poach egg consistency, it was done to perfection..again.

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The pasta of the day was Lamb Shank and Fettucine. The lamb was very tender and it came with baby spinach. Nice dish to have for lunch.

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And my favourite among all favourites, the French Onion Soup which came in individual soup goblet. This had no beef stock and the sweetness of the onions were so enhanced for some reason and topped up with slices of baguette coated with melted cheese. You just can’t ask for me. I wanted another bowl.

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Caramel Swiss Roll

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Mix Fruit Swiss Roll

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Green Tea Swiss Roll topped with red bean paste.

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Chocolate Swiss Roll

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The apple tart was a hit with everyone. It was caramelized on the outside so it was pretty sweet but it was balanced the tartness of the apple slices. It also came with a scoop of their homemade vanilla ice cream.

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We also tried the Pithivier, which was something new. It was kinda like a mini pie, with filling inside and the crust was sweet and crumbly.

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Best of all, they make their own ICE CREAM!!! I loved this. On top we had the Dark Belgian Chocolate, Pistachio, Caramel and Strawberry ice cream. I really loved the strawberry one, because it felt like I was eating strawberry cream. Yumm.

Thanks to Pamela (Micasa) and April for having us over. It was a pleasure getting to sample all the good food. We enjoyed every morsel.

The Deli
MiCasa All Suite Hotel, 368-B, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: +603 2179 8082
Fax: +603 2164 3730

Opens daily 10am – 6pm, except Sunday

Welcome To The New And Improved Feedmelah.com!

Feedmelah.com - Restaurant Directory Malaysia - Food Blog Malaysia_1301739363592 - copyIt’s been a few months in the making (and probably a few more months of tweaking to go) but we’ve finally launched Feedmelah.com V2 (loud applause)!

It’s still got a few unfinished areas, but this is one step closer to the Feedmelah.com we’ve always wanted to have and run and we’re so happy that we can finally unveil it to the public to use.

Our new website has a better integrated restaurant directory, with a much larger and intuitive Google Maps interface to browse around with, we’ve also added a recipe section, as well as an automated way to add new restaurants and recipes.

You’ll notice that the restaurant directory is much smaller than before and that’s because we were getting complaints that alot of the restaurants that we had initially listed when we first started had shut down and we didn’t really have a way to go through our directory and check for these missing restaurants.

So we’ve now decided that we’d start fresh, with an almost empty restaurant directory, that primarily includes some old-school street food places which we’re pretty sure are still around (but if they’re gone, please contact us and let us know?).

The recipe page is pretty much empty as well, but we’ll fill you in on all that at a later date.

Till then, enjoy the new website, check out some of the restaurants listed, leave a comment or two, like a page, tweet a page, basically do whatever you want to test our new website Smile

Wagyu Beef Burgers, Tony Romas – FT

I recently had the chance to give Wagyu Beef Burgers a try at a recent food review invite by Tony Romas at e@curve.

Now, I have enjoyed a Wagyu steak before in the past and because I’m an even bigger fan of beef burgers (I must be an American at heart) I couldn’t resist the invite.

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After a quick briefing by the friendly team at Tony Romas, they informed us that we’d be sampling a range of their burgers, from the spicy Fiery Cajun Burger to the overfolowingly high piled Big Stack Burger (shown above).

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To keep us from getting too hungry while the burgers arrived we were served a serving of the deep fried mushrooms together with our choice of milkshakes.

I opted for the Chocolate milkshake and it came out thick and almost creamy in texture due to the finely blended ice and ice cream inside it.

Some of the other food bloggers like TauFuLou and Andrew joked we should try and sneak the fried mushroom into the cinema instead of popcorn and snack away on it, although I would have preferred the onion loaf myself Smile

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Since not everything at the meal could be meat and potatos, we also had a plate of salad to keep us all somewhat healthy (ish), the Grilled Chicken and Roasted Vegetable Salad, contained a savory mix of grilled chicken, zucchini, carrots, red peppers and chives blended with chopped greens, served with tomato pesto vinaigrette dressing and toasted cheddar flatbread.

Shortly after all the burgers came out at once and before you ask, we had them cut into pieces to share – we did not have 5 burgers each, that would be burger overload.

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The first one I tried was the Steakhouse Burger which we disassembled to show the rosemary covered bacon strips. This was my favourite, in part due to the rosemary flavour that went will with the bacon and burger, but also because of the demi-glace sauce served on the side, which gave it a very BBQ/ ranch style flavour.

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In quick succession came the Big Stack Burger, Fiery Cajun Burger and the Shrimp Scampi Pasta.

The pasta is available off the menu but the two burgers are only available during this promotional period. All the burgers mentioned above are 100% Wagyu beef and will commence from 11th April till 5th June 2011.

For those who are a little bit more adventurous, you can give the burger eating competition a try. The top price is RM2,000 so if you can eat huge amounts of beef burger then give it a try:

participate in the Tony Roma’s Burger Eating Competition to stand a chance to win RM2,000 cash prize! To participate, patrons are required to purchase at least one Tony Roma’s Wagyu beef burger and attach the receipt to the application form as a proof. Recruitment starts from 4th April 2011 onwards at all Tony Roma’s outlets located in Klang Valley. There will be four qualifying rounds scheduled to 23rd April, 30th April, 7th May and 14th May 2011 to be held at Tony Roma’s, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, with each round limited to only 20 participants on a first-come-first serve basis. The top 5 winners from each qualifying round will then proceed to the final round, which is to be held at Tony Roma’s, 1 Mont’ Kiara Shopping Mall on 20th May 2011 to compete for the Grand Prize.

Tony Romas, e@curve

Tel: 03 7728 7833

Check out the full poster below:

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