KY & KB ordered quite a number of dishes; Kapitan Style Mixed Seafood, Flying Fish Thai-Style, Fried Kailan, Yam Basket, Braised Pork and Crab Fried Mee Hoon. The crab in the fried mee hoon were huge!. I have tried the same items back in Kuala Selangor but the crab there were slightly smaller. But the ones in this restaurant were meaty, fresh, tasty and HUGE! Though it can be pricey, but it's totally value for money. I am not a fan of petai, hence I did not try the 'Kapitan Style Mixed Seafood'. The deep-fried fish was crunchy to the last bite. I like dunking the fried bun into the braised pork gravy. I have to say that the dishes were absolutely delicious.
Deshelled prawns coated in Nestum flakes (small portion) at MYR 35 nett. Tasty dish but I prefer the shells at the tails be removed as well.
At nearly RM200 for two prawns, 长青海鲜饭店 Green View's large prawn sang har meen 生虾面 is admittedly rather expensive.
The Pu’er Soufflé Pancake (RM18) here is a delight – light, fluffy and comparable to the ones we had in Neighbour’s. The subtle pu’er taste of the ice-cream complements the vanilla syrup, while the crunchy granola bits add texture to the airy soufflé.
We had Baked Eggs with Chorizo (RM26), and this was clearly a crowd favourite as every other table seemed to order this too. The eggs had a nice consistency, spread over a bed of minced beef/chorizo with a marinara base, it reminded me of lasagna without the filling pasta sheets. It was an excellent choice for us girls who didn’t want something too heavy as we used the toasts to scoop up the beefy goodness.
However, I must give credit that their soufflé is great. We ordered the Vanilla Soufflé Pancake since sis is not into pu'er ice cream. The overall combination of the soufflé plus ice cream, syrup, berries, nama cream & vanilla bean gelato were nice. Love it. Their fuwa fuwa pancake is the highlight since it was airy and very fluffy. Fuwa fuwa in Japanese is direct translated to 'fluffy fluffy' and was quite the trend during the previous CMCO when people were cooking from home, making their dolgano coffee & fluffy Japanase pancake. Did you try making your own?
Tomato & Egg (Rm 9.5) My fave! My fave!!! Appeared in orangey-red and loaded with lots of ingredients, it was very appetising not just from the look but the taste as well! Sourish yet soupy. I drank the whole bowl of soup. Lovely!
来到这里一定要尝试招牌之一的番茄上汤面 (RM9.50), 你可以选择你要面条还是饭,可以干捞或汤的,还蛮多料的 有菜园鸡,猪肉,鲍片,菜脯蛋和鱼丸鸡蛋等等,我觉得这汤底真的很不错番茄汤很开胃有点酸酸甜甜,味道不会太over,刚刚好
Overall, I was satisfied with the food in Flakes. There could be room for improvement since croissants are their highlights. Flakes can be crowded at times, I would recommend you to make a reservation before you go because I had to wait for 25mins to get a table on Monday. Do check out Flakes if you are looking for a satisfying brunch with good scrambled eggs!
Overall that I find the croissant series is so so only over the hype that had been created. Not flaky, fragrant and seems like bake twice. It could be not my choice of croissant and of course to many of you out there. this place is out for me.
Having said that Flakes forte are in freshly bake croissants, with great thought process, they came out with variety of flavors to cater the market demand. Ranging from original butter croissant to Niko Neko Matcha croissant. Price of each croissant varies depending on its flavor, so do check them out at their counter. My favorite croissant goes to the Niko Neko Matcha croissant, I'm a big fan of matcha and they managed to craft it well to my personal preference.
Reasons to visit Gooddam, The Hub SS2: reasonably priced three-course dinner menu; compact but thoughtful Italian wine selection; exciting original recipes well-executed and expertly crafted.
Verdict Another affordable course meal that you can enjoy around Petaling Jaya area. Young talents with great aspiration of creating fine food, inspired by modern Italian. Summary favorites will be the Mousse Tartlets (mouth orgasm), Grilled Pork Belly and follow by the Cold Scallop Crudo.
Verdict: Food we had didn’t wow me and in my opinion, the price was on higher side for the portion and food quality. What do you think?
Nice sandwich, toast and panini.
Besides Sandwiches, Zao also offers Rice & Bowl, a variety of Toast as well as Big Breakfast which are about 20 food items in the 1-page menu, Beverages are pressured juice plus hot and cold beverages/drinks.
Too obsessed with the tree feature. ENOUGH!
An authentic carbonara was attempted but they ended up with a slightly scrambled egg pasta. Pasta was al dente and had a nice texture. Rendang was fragrant and sweet on its own so with the pasta, it was an okay pairing - not too weird. The moment the pasta plate was placed on the table, I had to snicker at the chunks of visibly overcooked egg. This place is halal so an 100% authentic carbonara would've been impossible but in all honesty, I was expecting a cream based 'American carbonara'.
Our favorites were the nasi lemak and lasagna. The breakfast set, waffles with tomyam eggs and Four Seasons Omelette were pretty run-of-the-mill. We find the waffles too doughy and not crispy enough to achieve the moreish factor. The nasi lemak was very well executed and has a tick on all the boxes.
What do We Like about Half & Hafu? -The signature drink was tasty. We would like to go back to try other specialty drink -The iced americano was strong -We liked the vibe, partly the coffeebar was not noisy during our visit -Ample parking space within The Hub
Must-try specialty drink – Half & Hafu, a concoction of espresso, chocolate, dry bitter orange and milk
“To get a wāifu, take your girlfriend for coffee at Half & Hāfu.”- a ThokohMakan haiku. Love this space in The Hub SS2.
And so this Thai style steamed seafood dish comprising of prawns, squids and lala was ordered towards the end of the meal as someone's eating mode was activated with so much good food, teasing his papillae and exploding his taste buds to life. We were all stuffed to the gills but this dish really whetted our appetite and within minutes, everything was polished off as well.
All up, great lunch. Was not disappointed. Will return in a larger group to try more dishes. A keeper.
We had ours with mee hoon, make used of the curry to make ourselves comfort bowl of curry mee hoon. The curry was creamy yet not overpowering with coconut milk; with every strand of the mee hoon adsorbed the curry. Slurp!
Pada episode ini, Alfred dan kawannya Elena mengunjungi Restoran Laguna Mabuhay yang menghidangkan makanan autentik Filipina di SS2, Petaling Jaya.~~~~~~~~~~...
Very good service offered when ordering food and another positive experience of Filipino cuisines!
Mongo Gusaido – Oh😱 this is really special! Had you ever eat green pea and bitter gourd braised in pork soup! Speechless. Its very delicious! Filipino people will eat this dish every Friday. They believe that eating this dish, you had completed your Friday. It sound like a closing day dish😅
Save some space for the main highlights of the buffet which are 2 exquisite dishes, namely their Special Peking Duck and Roasted Pork dishes, both freshly prepared by their chefs.
We recently discovered that CELESTIAL DYNASTY SECTION 19 PETALING JAYA has recently launched its SUNDAY Dim Sum Brunch from as low at RM38.00+ for the senior citizen.
Curry Suckling Pig Always my favourite dish on a wedding banquet and Celestial Dynasty’s rendition certainly scored marks for novelty and flavours. The delicate crispy skin was very pleasingly delicious and the attached succulent meat infused with curry powder added fragrance to the bite.
As I am refraining from deep fried food due to a dry throat, I chose the safest option which is chicken with rice at MYR 16.90 nett. The rice portion is just a bit too much for me but I managed to finish all. The rice was not enough for my friends who ordered another rice dish.
Verdict: Good food good portion, wallet friendly and comfortable dining environment, certainly love to make a return if I need simple comfort food like these.
Sake broth with thin noodle and pork schnitzel at MYR 18.90 nett. The thin noodle is similar to non-salty mee suah. There are 3 pieces of pork schnitzel - schnitzel means a deep fried thin piece of meat coated in breadcrumbs. It is similar to tonkatsu. I like the sake broth - it is light but tastes like it has a lot of cooking wine in it, so very fragrant.
Verdict If you have been cheated by shady vendors in the past and looking for a reliable durian place, do consider buying your durian at Sinnaco Durian Specialist. We were pleasantly surprised by their sincerity and honesty. More importantly, the durian we had here was in high quality and taste pretty damn good.
As soon as our export grade Musang King durian arrived, I knew it was going to be bitter-ish. You could actually tell by spotting the bruise-like mark on the durian pulps. True enough, they tasted bitter-sweet and the depth of flavor was amazing and the ovrall quality is simply a class above than what we had previously. So the extra bucks were definitely worth it.
Yesterday, we had the opportunity to try their super premium export grade Musang King durians. If there is one thing I’m proud of as a Malaysian is the durians that grow in our country and this beauty is currently selling for RM 58 per kg at Sinnaco. It was bitter and sweet, creamy and fleshy. It has got very thin and small seeds. Absolutely amazing. Amazing, amazing, amazing… I’m not exaggerating, you’ve just got to try it.
Trying out Mango Cheese cake – turns out not my favourite as the texture is quite unique for me.
Peanut Banana Cake, 15 ringgit Upon tasting it – I’ve discovered that this is da’ bomb! Check out those layers. You’d first get a generous portion of dense, moist banana cake. Then, a thick layer of peanut butter, followed by bits of bananas filled with thick, gooey chocolate spread and this layers are repeated to make up the second half. Drool, that was what I did throughout. Drooooool!
Good combination with Mee Hoon. The grouper slices were fresh and sweet. You can expect the best and the freshest here.
Here’s one of my favourites – sliced abalone, fish balls, fish cakes and seaweed, with thick rice noodles. This is just RM7.50 for a bowl of steaming goodness.
I guess we can come back since we both enjoyed the food here.
Salmon soup rice meal at MYR 19+ (MYR 20.14 nett). The rice is soaked in the soup. I think I prefer this meal so I will order this salmon soup rice the next time we eat here.
Chee Cheong Fun, 4.50 ringgit. The Cheong Fun came in a generous portion too. For 4.50 ringgit, once everything is mixed up, it resembled the amount you would get if you ordered a Large plate elsewhere. It sure is cheap. I can literally spend under 10 ringgit here and be full, just order myself a plate of cheong fun + 3 yong tau foo items and I am sure it can last me till dinner. Love their Cheong Fun, the sauce is thick and sweetish, with a sprinkle of sesame seeds and fried bits of onions – it simply was delicious
Sedap sangat, sampai atasmeja panas pastu crunchy and tak soggy. Makan in the spot memang syahdu. Paling suka sebab dia tak berminyak sangat walaupun deep fried.
Reasons to visit Little Pig PJ: charming setting; excellent menu of contemporary Spanish tapas with some Asian twists; must order the Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao, Roasted Cauliflower, Duroc Pork Belly Paella, and don’t miss the LP Mini Burger & Fries for dessert.
Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao Impressive Juicy Bao! I love how this juicy bao is made where one can enjoy the awesomelicious bao which is packed with the creamy touch of pork belly and ell with it. The bread comes fluffy with the crispy-licious bun. Awesome and perfect!
By reading the description in the menu, it is definitely one of a must order item for me. Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao @ RM 34 – 2 Homande bao with Spanish Duroc, Pork Belly, Dutch Eel, Pickled Cauliflower, Teriyaki Sauce, Egg Yolk gel. Not your usual bao that it use tecnical skils to craft on it. With the egg gel on the top and stacks of flavours is just pretty spot on!