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Thursday, December 25, 2008

Seasons Greeting!

Seasons Greeting to all our dear readers!
We apologize for the lack of updates this few weeks because of the Christmas holidays.

May the Lord bless and watch over you and your loved ones. May He prosper and bless the work of your hands in the new year.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Chinese Set Dinner

Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant is strategically located at Paramount with ample of car parks. It is good place to go for a Chinese Food at reasonable price.


Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant Sdn. Bhd.
No: 14-16, Jalan 20/16A, Paramount Garden,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

Further information:
Tel: 03-78764633, 03-78768633, 03-78770633
Fax: 03-78759633

December 24, 2008. Dinner with immediate family of 12 people.

We ordered a set dinner which consists of:

Gold Dragon City Two Hot Combination
Shark's Fin Soup with Prawn & Sliced Fish Maw
Roasted Chicken with Thai Sauce
Steamed Grouper Hakka Style
Thousand Island Sauce Prawn
Black Mushroom & Tao Kan with Bailing Mushroom
Fried Rice with Anchovies
Longan with Soya Milk
Crispy Pan Cake

How much?
It cost us a total of RM370.86, including the tidbits, beverages and 5% of service charge.

Gold Dragon City Two Hot Combination

Shark's Fin Soup with Prawn & Sliced Fish Maw

This isn't any ordinary shark's fin soup. The restaurant is generous with the ingredients, the shark's fin soup were served along with prawns and sliced fish maw. However, we need to comment that the fish maw were served in a rather small quantity.

Fish maw is an internal organ that controls the fish' buoyancy, so that it could stay at the current water depth, ascend, or descend without wasting energy. Fish maws are used in the food industry as a source of collagen, to nourish the skin and is beneficial for health.

Roasted Chicken with Thai Sauce
The Roasted Chicken were savored with Thai Sauce, which is sour and spicy.
Cucumbers, onions and pickled mango slices were shredded on the dish.
The roasted chicken was well done and the chicken meat was tender. The Thai sauce savors the chicken, making the dish very appetizing to the mouth.

Steamed Grouper Hakka Style
The fish was served with spring onions and soya sauce.
The Grouper fish was very fresh and the texture of the fish was very soft.

Thousand Island Sauce Prawn
The prawns were served with the shells fully peeled off, this makes it appealing to those who do not intend to dirty their hands while eating. Even my brother who dislikes eating prawns loved it! Anyway, the prawns were fresh and crunchy, it goes well with the thousand island sauce and sesame seeds.

Black Mushroom & Tao Kan with Bai Ling Mushroom

"Bai" means white in Chinese and "Ling" refers to Lanzi, a valuable edible fungus.
Bai-Ling Mushroom is low in fat, rich in protein, vitamin, carbohydrate, fungal polysaccharide and coarse fiber.

This dish is my dad's favourite as it is plain and not oily, yet appetizing, especially after eating few dishes of ''meaty'' food. The dish was also served along with steamed broccoli. It is quite refreshing while clearing your taste buds to prepare for the closing dish which is fried rice.

Fried Rice with Anchovies
The rice was very soft, starchy and a little wet, unlike other restaurants' fried rice which are usually dry.
The baby anchovies were very crunchy and goes very well with the fried rice.


Longan with Soya Milk

Crispy Pan Cake

All in all, the desserts weren't anything special.

I will rate this place a worthwhile place to go for a decent Chinese Set Dinner at a reasonable price. The serving is quite reasonably in size; even though the set dinner was prepared for ten, all of us had enough to fill up our stomach. This is surely a good place to visit if you have tight budgets and would like to have a reasonable and decent dinner.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Sukico Hainan Cafe

We have decided to visit this restaurant after reading it from a blog.The restaurant is a bit crowded in term of space with shelves on both sides of the restaurant displaying baking ingredients. The setting of the restaurant and environment inside look rather simple and ordinary but I must say that the place is very clean. The restaurant serves both Chinese's Hainanese food and Western food. The food is really nice and unique especially the "Chicken Gordon Bleu". However, the service is a little slow. One need to be patient to enjoy good food.

We have the privilege to strike a conversation with the owner of the restaurant, Mr. H. H. Tan, nicknamed "cowboy". He surely is a very humble, down-to-earth and friendly gentlemen having a lot of passion for his work. He takes pride that all his food in the restaurant is done without any preservative.


Sukico Hainan Cafe
59G, Jalan SS21/60 Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Mr. H. H. Tan, nicknamed "cowboy", the owner of Sukico Hainan Cafe


December 6, 2008. Dinner for a family of 5

We ordered 2 Grilled Fish Fillet,
3 Chicken Gordon Bleu,
2 Lemon Tea
1 Lime + Asam drink,
1 Lime Juice,
1 Chrysanthemum drink.

How much?
Grilled Fish Fillet @ RM11.80
Chicken Gordon Bleu @ RM14.80

The whole meal cost us RM79.80

Lemon Tea

Lime + Asam drink

Lime juice

Chrysanthemum drink

Grilled Fish Fillet
This dish is served along with french fries, mixed vegetables, a piece of lemon and some tartar sauce.
The batter was well done. It wasn't thick, it was a little flaky and crunchy.
Upon cutting the fish fillet, one can feel the tenderness of the fish meat. The fish meat was fresh and surprisingly, very soft.

The restaurant weren't stingy with the lemon. They gave us a quarter of a lemon.
One can get a better taste of the grilled fish by squeezing the lemon on top of it. The lemon juice enhances the flavour of the dish.

Chicken Gordon Bleu
The chicken is stuffed with cheese and turkey ham, served with french fries and mixed vegetables. The dish also comes with a special sauce that is specially prepared by the chefs themselves. You can't get it elsewhere!

Inside the chicken,

A closer look! Wow, yummy!

You can see slices of turkey ham stuffed inside the chicken, with melted cheese oozing out of the chicken.
This is a very unique way of making Chicken Gordon Bleu in Malaysia.
Upon serving, one can see the steam coming out from the dish and when eaten while it's hot, the chicken meat is very tender.
The chicken goes very well with the turkey ham and cheese. When the hot special sauce is poured over the Chicken Gordon Bleu, it enriches the taste of the dish. It was fabulous!

This dish takes some time to be prepared as the chef rolls the cheese and turkey ham with their bare hands.

Did you notice that all the dishes weren't served along with coleslaw or salad but mixed vegetables?
That makes their dishes unique. It is a like a cross-over of oriental and western food.

The mixed vegetables comes in a very small portion of carrots, button mushrooms and radish.

Comments: We enjoyed our meal here. The food were great and the prices were reasonable. We would like to come back again some time! (Maybe Christmas Eve? ). After having a chat with Mr. Tan, we found him extremely strict with his cafe's cleanliness and he always puts his customers' health as his first concern.

P.S: Sukico Hainan Cafe will be having a Christmas Eve set dinner on the 24th Dec 2008 at 7.30PM at the price of RM29.00 per person.

For more information, contact Mr H.H Tan at 03 – 77288381 or 012-2777138.

Saturday, November 29, 2008


Dome is located inside the One Utama Shopping complex. It is a nice place to go for lunch, tea or dinner especially if you are having shopping as part of your agenda. The food is nice and reasonable in price. If you ask me if I would go back again, the answer is a definately a big "YES".


Dome Cafe (Old Wing, near TGV Cinemas)
Co. No: 353069-U
Bandar Utama, Selangor, Malaysia
(Tel: 77263910)

November 29 2008. Dinner for a family of five.

We ordered 1 Fish & Chips
1 Club Sandwich
1 Spicy Olio-Chicken with Linguini
1 Lamb Stew with Cashew Nuts
1 Chicken Penne
We also ordered 5 glasses of water which was complementary.

How much?
Fish & Chips @ RM24.50
Club Sandwich @ RM21.00
Spicy Olio-Chicken with Linguini @ RM21.00
Lamb Stew with Cashew Nuts @ RM23.00
Chicken Penne @ RM21.50

The whole meal inclusive of service charge and government tax cost us RM127.65 .

Chicken Penne
This dish is served with chicken meat, mushrooms, snow peas and pennes.
The sauce is rich with the taste alike to Carbonara and was appetizing to the mouth.
The pasta was cooked to perfection, it wasn't too soft yet it was tangy.
The serving was slightly small, however it was filling to the stomach.

Club Sandwich
The Club Sandwich has sliced chicken meat marinated with pesto sauce, chicken ham, lettuce and tomatoes sandwiched in between.
It was really delicious, thanks to the chicken meat! After marinated with pesto sauce, it really tastes great and was very tantalizing to the mouth

Fish & Chips
For the first time, I actually loved salad a lot. Their salad is one of a kind, it isn't more to the sweet tooth but the sour tooth and I definitely give it two thumb-ups!
As for the fish fillet, it was great also! They did a great job with the batter, the fish was crusty and crispy. The fish meat was also very fresh and it has a very soft texture!
I would say this plate of Fish & Chips is near to perfection.

Spicy Olio-Chicken with Linguini
The Linguini was served along with chicken ham and many variety of vegetables. the chilly flakes makes it spicy and this is a no no dish for those who cannot stomach spicy food. Overall the dish is okay.

Lamb Stew with Cashew Nuts
The meat is tender and soft. The sauce on the lamb goes very well with the rice. With the steamed broccoli it maked it a perfect dish.

The food is nice and reasonable in price. The service was also good. Dome Cafe is recommendable for those who are looking for light meals.

Sunday, November 16, 2008


Piccadilly is a restaurant situated at Millennium Square, Section 14. Piccadilly offers a wide variety of food, from Oriental, to North Indian, Western and Japanese Cuisine, they have it all. The quality of the food is good, the serving is just nice, and the prices are reasonable. The only disappointment is that customers smoke inside the restaurant which gave us an uncomfortable feeling.

Restaurant Piccadilly Sdn Bhd
LG006 & 007, Millennium,
Dataran Millennium, Petaling Jaya
98, Jalan 14/1, Petaling Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia.

We have ordered 4 glasses of Lemon Tea
1 X BBQ Chicken Chop
1 X Chicken Katsu Bento
1 X Grilled Fish Fillet
2 X Teriyaki chicken Bento

How much?
Lemon Tea @ RM2.00
BBQ Chicken Chop @ RM9.90
Chicken Katsu Bento @ RM11.00
Grilled Fish Fillet @ RM 11.90
Teriyaki chicken Bento @ RM12.00

The whole meal inclusive of Service charge cost us RM71.30

Hot Lemon Tea
The tea blends well with the honey and lemon. It isn't too sweet nor too sour, it was a perfect drink to go with the food!

The Teriyaki Chicken Bento comes with a bowl of soup and a plate of sliced watermelon.
It is also served along with tofu and pickled vegetables.
The tofu was really excellent. It was really soft and it literally 'melts' in your mouth.

A bowl of Japanese soup
There were also cubes of tofu inside the soup.
double yummy!

A plate of slice watermelon

Chicken Katsu Bento

BBQ Chicken Chop
The chicken chop comes with coleslaw and fries.
The fries here are compatible with the one you get in McDonalds!
The chicken was tender and goes well with the BBQ sauce.

Grilled Fish Fillet
The fish fillet comes with some salad and fries.
The fish was soft and the lemon sauce was nice.
However, it wasn't as nice as what I've expected.
Nevertheless, it was a great dish

This is a place where we could basically find all variety of food (close to 100 types ) under one roof. The food is reasonably priced. The only setback is that they allow smokers to puff inside the air conditional area which is really unacceptable. Nevertheless, it is a great place to go for either lunch or dinner.

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee

We have visited this eatery joint few years ago, since then we have stopped eating at that place even though we like the food there. We are just unwilling to waste a lot of time waiting for the food as it is always crowded. We have decided to revisit the place again to taste the food last Saturday. Their famous charcoal fried Hokkien Mee did not disappoint us, however we need to wait for almost 45minutes before we are served with the food even though there are not many customers in the shop. The coffee shop is a bit run-down. The serving is a bit small. However, the quality of the food served still remained over the years. We do not recommend this place for impatient food lovers looking for good food in a nice environment and expecting good service.

Corner shop along Jalan 17/25, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia


November 15, 2008. Dinner for a family of five

We ordered a plate of Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor" to be shared among five of us.
We also ordered a bowl of Chinese Ramen Noodles.

How much?
The Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor" cost RM10.00 each.
The Chinese Ramen Noodles cost RM5.00.

The chilly and sambal ( chilly paste with grined dried prawns and belacan ) provided.

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee.

"wah tan hor"
Basically, it is fried koay teow served along with gravy made of starch and eggs.

In the same restaurant, there is a stall selling Chinese Ramen Noodles, Chinese Dumplings etc.

We ordered a bowl of Ramen Noodles.
The noodles is very smooth and starchy. The noodles is served with stewed pork, lettuce, tomatoes and spring onions.
The soup is clear and simple, not overdoned. It goes perfect with the noodles.

1. The Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor"
What makes these food different from others is that it is fried using charcoal, instead of natural gas which made it taste better and gave the 'ummph' factor. However, the size of the serving was a disappointment.

2. Chinese Ramen Noodle
It was plain and simple, but it definitely tastes good and unique.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Pan Mee


Bao Bao Restaurant at Aman Suria, along Jalan PJU 1/43, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

This restaurant opens from Monday to Saturday. The place is always packed during lunch time. We arrived at the restaurant around 12.55pm, but we did not have any difficulties looking for car parks. The restaurant serves various variety of Pan Mee. It is a nice place to go for lunch with good food and affordable prices.


November 13, 2008. Me and my friend.


We ordered two bowls of dry Spicy Garlic Pan Mee and two glasses of Chinese tea.

How much?

It cost RM4.80 for a small bowl of Pan Mee

RM5.50 for a big bowl of Pan Mee

The dry Spicy Garlic Pan Mee comes with a bowl of soup.
The soup contains a poach egg and some vegetables.

Spicy garlic Pan Mee
This bowl of Pan Mee contains Pan Mee of course, fish balls, minced meat, anchovies, and some dry chilly.
The Pan Mee comes in different types of noodle depending on the customer's preference.

These are spices that goes well with the Pan Mee.
Included are soy sauce, pepper, green chilly, sambal and their self-made chilly.

Comments: Good service provided. Despite the restaurant is packed during lunch hour, it did not take a long time for the food to be served. The prices of the food are reasonable and definitely affordable! I enjoyed my meal here and would like to come back again.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Food Planet 888

Food Planet 888
At the corner near the intersection of Jalan 19/1, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

This sheltered food court is huge and spacious. It has ample of sheltered car parks so it is a great place to hunt for food during rainy days. Looking for car parks wouldn't be a problem anymore!
This food court offers a wide array of food. From local and Asian food such as char koay teow, Vietnamese and Korean cuisine, up to western food, they've got it all!
I enjoy going to this place because it pampered me with more choices than I could handle.

It has a spacious setting and a friendly atmosphere.


November 8 2008. Dinner for a family of 5.

Each one of us have order different variety of food our own liking. We have ordered one plate of chicken rice, one bowl of Wan Tan Mee, one bowl of fish head noodle, one bowl of Vietnamese noodle, and one bowl of Ipoh Hor Fun

How Much?
Chicken Rice cost RM5.50
Wan tan mee cost RM4.50
Fish head noodle cost RM6.00
Vietnamese noodle cost RM5.50
Ipoh Hor Fun cost RM4.50

Chicken rice

This particular 'ah Paw' chicken rice shop is really famous and had won the
'Chicken Rice King' title in Malaysia.

Vietnamese noodle

Wan tan mee

Fish head noodle

Ipoh Hor Fun

This is a great place to look for a variety of food under one roof. However, so far the food we tasted are just plain and ordinary, nothing spectacular. The price of the food is slightly expensive but I think it is worth it for its setting, space and parking. Nevertheless, it is a good place to go.