I'd say good combinations, although a little salty as expected but tasty, appetizing, and satisfying meal.
Food today: 7 / 10 👍👍😋😋
This is the 8th visit to Milligram since October 27, and some days like today, the Café is almost empty before 12pm and then empty again after 2pm.
Overall the food is still up to expectation and the price is still reasonable (market rate in PJ). Consistency is of the freshness and taste of their food is the key of the popularity of Lala Chong Kayu Ara Seafood Restaurant.
The Kam Heong crabs were super huge and super-satisfying. We ordered two crabs (RM88/kg) to feed five. The kam heong sauce was fragrant - we detected the addition of bunga kantan, which really elevated the dish.
There is also a satay stall here at Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant. Satay is tasty and juicy, worth to order as side dish while eating your dinner here.
Char Siew Wan Tan Mee (big), 9.50 ringgit. Between the noodles and the rice, I thought the noodles were better. It was gooood, delicious. The noodles here are slightly thinner than usual, springy. The char siew was tender and juicy, provided the noodles with a lil sweetness. It was good, I’d give this dish a go again.
4-Star (out of 5). Famous Seremban Favourites have one of the best char siew that I have ever tasted. Nice contrast of light crisp and juicy soft textures. Delicate, perfect balance of savoury, sweet and natural porky flavours. This is the first time that I've ever used the "P" word to describe food in my blog.
Be prepared to wait for at least 15 minutes to 20 minutes during lunch time as the restaurant will be very packed. You might even have a hard time catching a staff to take your order or paying for your food!
Next, curry gravy. Their staff will bring the curry container and you will be spoiled with choices, as they have chicken curry, fish curry, crab curry and salted fish curry. Our favorite, will be fish and crab curry. But why limit ourselves, the best we would say, little scoop of everything to made it a curry combo (haha), Yummy !!!
We enjoyed the BLR here for its good offering of veggies and curries. We recommend the fried fish, mutton varuval and ikan bilis sambal.
The Chicken Varuval was really good. I specifically requested for chicken breast because I’d rather forego the bones and they delivered. The ‘Small’ option came with 4 meaty, juicy, flavorful chicken meat. It was an awesome addition to the banana leaf rice. The fried fish too, was tender and flavorful. Overall, a good experience. I’d be back for more. Burp!
What do We Like about B & Best Restaurant? -FRESH seafoods. The oysters were so fresh, tasty and easy on the pocket -The service was good
Overall, we would rate B & Best as “above average” in our books when it comes to fish noodles. However, the fried fish cake here is still exceptionally good – and warrants an order if you’re visiting!
Located in SS4, "潮州魚丸海鮮麵粥家 Restoran B & Best" offers seafood noodles as early as 7:30am.
Jiang Nan Style Noodles cooked in Cantonese Style with egg soup sauce mixed into seafood such as prawns, cuttlefish, vegetables and mushroom loaded with the noodles where Malaysian love this dishes and one of the popular and signature dishes for Hot Plate Noodle. The serving size should be enough for 2-3 person who share this dishes. Yummy!
The SS23 branch offers 12 high seat bat stools facing bar counter but now closed and 15 "4-seater" tables with CMCO only 11 tables with 2 customer max/table
"一樓餐吧 Yilo Restaurant & Bar" of either in SS15 or SS23 are both worth visiting again whether lunch, dinner, supper or just for the booze!
We ordered two sets of ‘eggs on toast’, yes two same set I can’t remember why, different toast though. To be frank I can’t remember the taste at the point of writing this, it was just usual toast with rockets and egg. Nothing more I can describe. Will let the pictures tell the taste.
Fresh loaves slices served with dainty Japanese butter, pepper and sea salt. Quite interesting as the Japanese butter renders a rather subtle taste compared to my usual fave French butter.
Widely known for its sourdough and croissant, other bakeries such as baguette, kanelbullar, canele and cakes are also available. They are baked freshly every day, basically you could get all sort of carbs and happiness in the quiet neighbourhood of Taman Rasa Sayang at Petaling Jaya.
‘Woon Chai Taufoo’ (Taufoo Bowl) is one of their specialties and I recommend that you go for this. The name of this dish is being derived from the way its prepared i.e. taufoo in a bowl. The taufoo texture is really smooth and is served together with oyster sauce and crispy dried prawns. The amount of oyster sauce can be reduce though. This yummy dish costs RM8
The Nasi Lemak stall operated by an elderly couple offers chinese cooking Nasi Lemak with Sotong, beef, achar, fish, curry chicken, and fried mushroom. My plate of Nasi Lemak with the fried mushroom, beef, and boiled egg is at rm$7.50.
definitely quite a few breakfast choices to choose from.
Eat at J's cafe in PJ.
BANANA CREAM PIE & KEY LIME PIE (MYR 10.50 each) Pies are lovesome here, namely Banana Cream and Key Lime. Contrasting with the tartness of the calamansi themed confectionary, I personally love the former one as the banoffee-like pastry is house-crafted just nice, not overly sweet nor soggy, which more often than not, is kinda saccharine after the banana got caramelized as encountered elsewhere. So whenever now am craving for some sweet fix, I’ll literally ‘Eat @ J’s’! (✿◠‿◠)
The entrance has an outstanding decoration with all the wooden walls, which enhance the cafe's unique and retro feel. It's a perfectly pleasant little space from the look of the outside.
The rm$7 "豬扒冷米粉 Pork Chop cold noodles" Vietnamese style, is like a Super-Charged Power bowl of Salad.
the teh tarik and kopi are both definitely worth sampling!
"猪小弟の美食 Pig Brother House" offers Pork chop rice or noodles from rm$8 to rm$9.90.
All of the hawkers stalls are now re-positioned in an "island" inside the kopitiam, and as usual no outdoor seating are allowed yet as of today.
The prawn based soup of this hawker stall was thicker, and the side chili sauce was also good. Wished thick black coffee was stronger but good enough to kick start the day!
While driving out of SS24 after breakfast, noticed a 大山脚 Bukit Mertajam Pork Noodle shop along SS24/8 across the road from the SS24 Market, maybe I will go for later this week.
Char Siew & Golden Bun is nice, as you bite into the bun the egg custard is gushing out. Prawn fritters is part of their special dim sum variety with good filling for RM10.00.
opens early, non-Halal
Overall, I will go for their fish paste in and on anything, Puffs, Paus and CCF with Char Siew inside and their lighter Dim Sum as I will try to avoid some of their platters with heavier sauces which deliver the sweet notes.
美茶餐室 Restoran Mayang Jaya" is still to sample the 叉燒雲吞麵 Charsiew Wanton Mee
Was here just 3 months ago, and back for the Charsiew Wantan Mee again; perhaps should have sampled the Chicken Feet or Curry Chicken Wantan Mee; next time!
SS26's 美茶餐室 Restoran Mayang Jaya was definitely a good find this morning!
It is not without reason why Restoran Gembira is one of the more popular coffee shops in Taman Megah. Definitely do check out the stalls here if you’re looking for something delicious, with generous portions that are value for your money.
Today's breakfast is Ipoh style beehoon dry curry noodle with siew yoke, not bad!
I probably should also make another long overdue visit to Key Hiong Dim Sum tomorrow morning, which is located along the same row of shop as Restoran Gembira!
Modern and spacious ambience. Grilled Cheese Sandwich is pretty good.
No faults with the lovely hand-pour Peruvian beans (RM20) and Flat White (RM13) that day. Clarity came thru with the pour over.
Drift Coffee menu focuses on coffee, tea, along with pastries & cake that you can choose from the dessert counter. Pair your cup of latte with canele, German egg tart, croissant, poppy seed butter loaf
Good lighting, quite spacious, and acceptably good cleanliness; and with one entry point for the food and another door to exit from the dine-in area.
Food was good. The first plate had green sprouts + taugeh + sweet & sour pork, with no rice. The second plate had rice with steamed fish + tauhu + green. Chinese Tea and soup is free flow. By the time we were done, our plates were empty – that ought to tell you how much we enjoyed the food here.
The rm$11.60 "脆皮燒肉咖喱麵 Roasted Pork curry noodle" comes with quite a generous amount very good roasted pork
Highlights: non-Halal, Air-conditioned
Roasted Pork Curry Mee, 11.50 ringgit Yesssss! Really good. The noodles used were not the usual kind. Here, all their noodles are the thin version of wan tan mee. The curry was rich and thick, not too spicy. It came with an egg + 2 pieces of fuchuk + 4 tauhu + long beans + 2 large pieces of brinjal. Then, there were the generous portion of siew yok, which was very nice. The top was brown and crispy, then inside was firm and chewy. A good addition to the mee. The dish as a whole was awesome! In this case, I’d have to agree with the online reviewers, this was really good, worth every penny.
If you’re looking for a good bowl of pork noodles to enjoy at home, we definitely recommend this. It’s definitely one of our favourite discoveries during the pandemic.
Overall, a worthy re-visiting some other times especially looking forward for the 鱼滑粉 Fish Paste noodles, 苦瓜面线 Pork Bitter Gourd noodles in the future.
definitely a good place for early breakfast in PJ.
Overall, a satisfactory breakfast food hunt in PJ.
Here ’s the location. The popular Ipoh Curry Laksa stall 怡保咖哩叻沙 Ipoh Curry Laksa RM5.00-6.00 a bowl 伊麵 Yee Mee RM6.00 (From another stal...