Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Restoran Fast Food Fish Head, Sri Petaling

Ok so when I post a picture collage like this on my blog, it would mean that the pictures were taken a very long time ago, and that I have somehow accidentally deleted those pictures. I do post up food photos, but only on my facebook page and it is all in picture collage formats.

Anyway, about this place. To those reading this, you'd probably know about this place already. There are actually 2 shops, 1 without air conditioning and another with air conditioning, 2 doors down. This place is famous for the varieties of fish, and on the wall of this shop, you can see pictures of the shop owner and celebrities, famous people etc.

The good thing about this shop is that the fish is always fresh and although it is a little pricy, it is worth considering the freshness of the fish.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Legend's Claypot Briani House

Ok so once again, my blog has gone on a hiatus for a long time. I suppose now that I've moved down to KL, work in my own firm and have a baby, blogging isn't really in the list of 'to do' things anymore. But I still take pictures of food whenever I can. Old habits die hard!!

Anyway, this is one place that I've passed by many times, but never got to try it coz parking at this place is just horrible, especially with the construction works nearby. I don't really know how to describe the location of this shop, but the best I could is it is opposite the post office (not poslaju) in KL Sentral area.

This is what I really like about this shop .. their briani rice. I love the briani rice from Air Asia and the next best that I come across in KL is from this shop. Love the huge pieces of chicken and love the burnt bits of rice at the bottom of the claypot.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Bolo bao with yit nai cha breakie at 金華冰廳 Kam Wah Cafe.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Dim sum, so good 2 at One Dim Sum.

This is an even better dim sum!!! A must must must go if you're in Hong Kong.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Siew ngor, so good at Hau Fook Street.