Malaysians sure love their chillies – which explains the popularity of chilli pan mee (flat noodles). Restaurant Super Kitchen has grown and now there are now five outlets (three in Selangor and two in KL).My first encounter with chilli pan mee was at their KL branch (off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman) and yes, the chilli numbed all taste sensation for a while. You sweat. You get a little teary-eyed. You struggle to finish the meal through the spiciness. And yet, you return for more!
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Shopping obviously was the main reason why we were in Aeon Bukit Tinggi. And shopping by far, seemingly is like in tandem to eating right? I know. Each time we are out shopping, we must eat before heading home. On this particular day, right. Shopping concluded and then, which eatery it should be. Somehow, strange, both of agreeing to Nyonya Delights instead of? No, no, I am not going to speak about the dilemmas and debates we can have if we are not agreeable. Thank god. No dispute whatsoever. No long face of mine or his. Instead, into Nyonya Delights Cafe.
Friday, April 9, 2010
Most probably, if I am not mistaken or as far as I know and according to my Malaysian palates, Assam Fish Curry must be branded as our Malay dish. Of course, there is also the Chinese style to Assam Fish Curry, but this my version, definitely is how the Malays will cook. My favourite. I don't only love saltiness (Kangkung Belacan), I also love sourness (Fried Kembung with Assam Sauce). And within the food context of this Assam Fish Curry, sourness from assam keping (dried tamarind pieces). Of course, you can use any other tamarind, no harm done. As long as sourness, you will do fine. Assam Fish Curry? Cooked to the right texture fish in a spicy, sour and Malaysian herbs scented curry, alongside brinjal.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Kampung Fried Rice/Nasi Goreng Kampung? Today, its another one of our Malaysian dish. A veg dish. Kangkung Belacan or water spinach stir fried with belacan. What is belacan? Shrimps fermented in salt. Like petai (Sambal Bilis Petai), you either learn to digest the smell and taste of belacan, or no matter how hard you try, its still a no-go for belacan. Up to you. After all? What is a food pleasure to one, may not necessarily be for others. But for this typical Malaysian lady? Belacan. No way I can say no to belacan though you can't eat belacan just like that. Belacan is actually one of our Malaysian cooking ingredients. A tiny bit definitely goes a long way due to its saltiness and when cooked alongside the rest of the needed ingredients like for this Kangkung Belacan, oh-my. Malaysian hunger throne. Just kangkung belacan and a plate of rice? A major food deal personally for me.
Friday, April 2, 2010
Located a floor below the cinema and the same level as Reject Shop in Mid Valley Megamall, Noodle Station is well, a place for noodle lovers. If you are looking for a quick meal that’s not located at the food court, this place is an alternative.
Simple dishes with various accompaniment is available. The price ranges between RM5 to RM15 (usually with dishes that come with abalone). So if you order the regular-priced bowl of noodles, you would probably spend less than if you would at say, Carl’s Jr.
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