First time trying the hakka style chili dry pan mee. The taste was not bad just that it's too oily.

This restaurant has been around for quite some time but we never realized until recently. I like the japanese style setup, the variety of food and the taste of the good was good! I will definitely be back here!

Quite a long time we haven't been here, and this restaurant has extended and it's packed with many people.

It's 830pm and we have to wait for about half an hour for our table. The business is good, would be great if the service can be faster. No more ice ball coffee today, we ordered the latte float instead but it's not as good.

Decent fried kuey teow. If you are lucky, you get the more authentic and more tasty plate of fried kuey teow cooked by the lady boss. The prawn mee was also good.

Fried kuey teow with add on fried egg

It's long time we didn't come to this coffee shop. It's just been renovated and extended to bigger space. Think there are more food choices, and the taste was not bad.

Craving for the crunchy roti planta today hehe

After hiking Wawasan Hill in the morning, this is the restaurant that we go for breakfast usually. They are famous for their 姜酒猪肉粉。I like the soup of their fish head noodles as well.

Iced ball coffee, japanese style souffle, 小日子 - I'm here again!

Our favorite hokkien mee in Puchong. The fried chicken wings were not bad as well.

Generally the pan mee is quite ok but feel like lack of something. Anyway, it's worth to try. The 盐酥鸡 can be skipped though.

We thought this is another dim sum restaurant, apparently it's a fast food chain for bao and dim sum. Besides having the food in the restaurant, there are actually more options for frozen bao and dim sum which attracts quite some crowd to take away.

The dry bak kut teh here is nice and thick with the taste of fried squid. Of course the traditional soup bak kut teh is not bad as well. Yet to try other dishes.

I like the wantan mee here. The noodles seem much slimmer than the most of other places but it's chewy and the sauce is good. The dried prawn mee is quite ok, nothing to shout about though.

The pork burger was good and in big portion. However the sisig was too dry and there's something chewy in it which I have no idea what was it. Anyway, the service is fast and the food is generally good, so I'll come back again.

Pork burger

New flavor in the town - murusaki sweet potato cheesecake. Better than the melon flavor, but still I prefer the original cheese flavor.

The signature nasi lemak here does maintain the quality. Yet to try other dishes on the menu.

Finally able to try the infamous banana leaf rice in this restaurant that is hidden at the upper floor of a row of shops around Puchong.

The wantans here are really bigger than other places. Some how the char siew is square-ish, not the same as other places as well. Anyway, the taste is not bad, giving the price is reasonable, that's the attraction point.

One of our favorite makan place. The ban mee is good to match with the side dishes like fish cake, fish stick, etc. Another plus point is the iced coffee!

Surprisingly the hot pearl milk tea was good, and of course the signature soufflé.

It's been a long time since the last time I came to this restaurant. I think it's still better to pair the claypot chicken rice with salted fish and chinese sausage.

We are here again, this time for the mongolian BBQ lamb and the pork ramen.

Love the ice ball - it's coffee ice ball with warm milk. The desserts are quite good plus the nice deco, it attracts quite a lot of customers.

The fish that we ordered today was too salty. The rest of the dishes were good. This was the first time we saw such a big pot of fruit tea.

It's quite a new cafe around Puchong. It's hidden in the IOI business centre but apparently quite many people already know its existence. It was quite full when we were there. The food served was not bad. Will come back again.

The hokkien mee and the roasted duck here is a perfect combination!

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