1. I am from Bukit Mertajam. It’s a quiet sleeper town in Penang. Now I am residing in KL. I miss the simpler life back in Penang.

2. I am not a full time blogger. Blogging started out as a hobby and has always been.

3. I blog for fun and self-satisfaction.

4. Please pardon any grammar and spelling mistakes.

5. Thanks for reading :)

317 Comments on “About vkeong”

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  2. Leow Tse Hui

    hi!You are hakka as well?
    I think you are the first person i will start the hakka language with.haha

    ngi kin ha yiu choi penang mao?
    ngai hao chun chung ngi lo.
    ying vui ngai eh ambition he oi zho yi zhak hao yiu miang eh chef.

    und?

    haha, translate:
    are you still in penang nw?
    I really look up on you because my ambition is to be a great succesful chef.
    Frankly, i’m just a 18 years old girl, just finished my SPM.

    mostly students at that age will apply for colleges and stuffs like that, but not me!I mean i do wan apply colleges which offer culinary arts courses. I wan to make succcesful desert and also main courses.Hope to start a business after saving enough modal.

    So, a succesful person like you especially in the field which I’m interested in surely be my idol.
    Keep it up, strive to be better, learn from past, and DO your best(not try your best)

    :-)

  3. Anonymous

    HI,

    I also live in BM more than 18 years++ but still don’t know what the delicious foods in this BM town. Share more with us. OK!
    (Es. without spicy)

    Green

  4. evi

    hi i am staying in BM too.. i am 21 years old… i need ur help ah… i hope u can help me… i want to find course for chef in penang.. i think u should have a lot of friend… if u know.. please email me… i really dont know where to ask… thanks lot…

  5. vkeong

    @Leow Tse Hui: Hey I understand what you said in hakka. I am still in Penang :) And wow, idol? That’s really a very nice compliment.. I think if you work hard and most importantly, have the passion to strive in your dreams in becoming a well-known chef, I am sure you can do it! One day when you have became a chef, please let me know. I am eager to try your culinary skills. And I’d like your cooking to be featured in my blog!

    @JJ: Thanks for the link!

    @Anonymous: I will try my best! If there are any BM-kias reading this please share your good food places, I will go hunt it down and feature it in my blog. We really must promote BM more.

    @evi: Sorry ler.. I do not know where you can find chef courses. I do know that in Permatang Batu area.. after the roundabout, on the way to Penang Bridge.. there’s a baking shop that offers baking classes. If you are interested in making pastries I think you can find out more. FYI it’s at the same row with Longwan, the very big Malay owned plastic wares shop (50m away from ESSO)

  6. Elaine

    Hi, Keong.

    I was so keen on Advertlets wen I saw ur post in ur blog.
    Can you teach / explain to me how it work…I register already, I still don’t un! Then I got another problem…where can I put the Ad? I copied the code…paste it. It showed me “Your domain in your profile doesnt match . Please update your domain profile in our blog manager section”

    Help…!! Tolong….!!

    Oh, Merry Christmas & Happy New Year…

  7. Mabel Lai

    Happened to stumble upon your blog, and boy, did it make me hungry! Excellent work with the pictures! Also, there’s a new Japanese restaurant called “Sake Room”. It’s next to Roxbury Pub in Sunway,Perai. I think they serve the best sushi around…hehe..you should try it too since you’re a food connoiseur!

  8. Nasri

    Dear Ah Lum,

    First of all, congratulations for such a great..great blog.

    My name is Nasri. My first hometown is langkawi and then I moved to Sg. Petani. Now I’m working in Kuala Lumpur.

    I just write an ebook titled “9 Insider Secrets For A Romantic Honeymoon In Langkawi”.

    I like to give it for FREE to your blog visitors. So, they can benefit it. So, can I do that…and how? you can see the ebook at my blog http://www.malaysiasecrets.com/blog

    thanks,
    Nasri

  9. Agnes

    Wish to know you more,Would like contact you about yours websexperience.Please do reply with my email address.

  10. vkeong

    li xian, rasesh My pics are of course copyrighted :P But you can use them if you like.. at least give me the credit loh? can?

    Thanks!

  11. Lily Arbee

    Dear Ah Lum,
    Hi!, I’m from Malaysia. Foremost, I like to congratulate you for your good work writing about our beloved country’s food, Malaysia Food and being introduced to the world!. I love Penang food, especially “Assam Laksa” Penang style. I miss it since now I am staying Terengganu, a district called “Marang”. Please feel free to visit my blogger, website as indicated above. i wish you well and will visit web site once in a while!

    My most warmest regards,
    Lily Arbee

    PS: Malaysia
    Boleh!!!!!

    Lily Arbee’s last blog post..The Animal Instinct- An Animal Shelter Story

  12. DKG

    Dear vKeong,

    Good job on your very nice blog. Do you know where is the exact location of Kim Fong ( or maybe Kim Fung) Restaurant at BM ?

    Thanks! I never heard of Kim Fong/Fung in BM before, but from the name of it, it should translate to Golden Phoenix Restaurant (in mandarin), it’s around Sungai Rambai/Taman Sri Rambai area

    Is this the one you’re looking for?

  13. DKG

    I think you are right – Golden Phoenix Restaurant. Is there any famous building nearby Taman Sri Rambai/ Sg. Rambai ? like Bandar perda, BM Summit…
    Thank you so much for your help.

    There are landmarks, the big sports complex and government buildings.. or you can look for KK Tan’s clinic, Golden Phoenix is just next to it

    If you still cannot find it, I can draft a map for you.. let me know

  14. DKG

    Thanks for your help.
    Let say i drive from Megamall, Prai. The info that i search from Google Map is that i need follow BM sign, then turn left when i reach roundabouts > go straight and will see Bandar Perda on left hand > go straight to Jalan Besar then straight again to Jalan Baru > go straight to Jalan Permatang Baru when reach a junction > turn right to Jalan Padang Lallang and when go further i will reach Jalan Sungai Rambai.
    After that i may follow your info by looking for those landmarks.
    Please draft a map for me if my above info is incorrect.

    I am not too sure about Jalan Baru/Jalan Permatang Batu.. but as long as you can reach Jalan Padang Lallang you are fine. At Padang Lallang look for Sunshine Square.. then follow the map I drafted.. don’t take the number of junctions along the road too seriously.. you just need to follow the road to Taman Sri Rambai.. at the junction of 4 traffic lights.. turn left. Before you reach that junction you will see a lot of pet shops and hair saloon, book shops on your right

    Map: Here

  15. Rosalind

    Hi,

    Have visited your site many many times, but only now I see you are a Hakka as well.
    You should do some post on Hakka food lah!

    I never realized until now how much effort it takes to keep up a blog (I’m complaining after just one post lol)

    Keep it up, I love your blog!

    Rosalind’s last blog post..Hello?Horlicks doggie cookies

    vk: yeah it takes quite a lot of effort especially on the writing side.. I am not that good in writing like other floggers lol.. I try my best loh.. getting comments from visitors is what keeps me going :) For Hakka food.. no idea yet lol.. need to research first :P

  16. malaysiatraveller

    I am a Malaysian residing in Kuala Lumpur, if you are coming to Malaysia or to Kuala Lumpur, do feel free to drop me a mail at malaysiatraveller@gmail.com. I have no problem of being your part time tour guide provided that time permits. I have traveled to many places, and find that it is really fascinating to have a local friend as a guide. If you agree with me on this point, do drop me a mail, tks.

  17. charxine

    hihi~ nice to know u XD
    may i ask u some question ??? erm… maybe by mail ??

    vk: Hi charxine, of course you can email me.. please send to vkeong [at] yahoo [dot] com

  18. gigglebutt

    hi…Ah Lum,

    Good job! I like your food blog!

    I’m from BM too, I think you should go to the BM oldest hawker food center at Taman Sentosa (Medan Selera Taman Sentosa), just the at your left corner when you reach the traffic light after Yong Su Xia if you drive from BM town direction. I think this is the first hawker food court in BM, started in about year 1977.

    I like the famous economic char bee hoon there, they have ang dao th’ng too. If you want to try out something not so heavy and economy, it is really a good choice. This is the best char been hoon I have. They are close on Sunday and Thursday, business time 8pm to 11pm (better come before 11pm), sometime it finish early.

    Another food you should try out is Gado Gado (pesembur), and Tong Sui. They only open on Thursday to Sunday, close on Monday to Wednesday.

  19. Keertika

    Hi

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  20. Eileen

    Hi infact i think you have one of the best Food Blog i have seen in Malaysia.

    I am a follower of your Blog everytime i want to EAT!!!

    vk: Oh my.. that’s a HUGE compliment.. *sob* Thank you!!

  21. weiqing

    Hey this is the 1st time i’ve bumped into ur site. Just because of the two words of BM, i find no reasons not to link u to my blog :) BM rocks!

    weiqing’s last blog post..Holy shit

  22. Charmaine

    Hi, Thks for sharing abt BM. My grandparents used to live there and I remember many Dec school hols spent at their home in Sungai Rambai. Those were the days of cycling around the kampung! Wish I could my daughters could experience that. Also remember Jit Sin High School where my aunts and uncles went to school. and hiking up BM hill! Memories!

    vk: Sungai Rambai! That means you were staying near me lol. Nice to know you had good memories in BM.. it’s a great small town alright lol.

  23. Boo

    Hi VKeong,

    I run a website that let people to submit food photos, rate submission, learn more about foods and their country of origin.

    It would be great to see your participation. The benefit is that you can add the direct URL linking back to your blog for each posting to draw more traffics to your blog.

    Please find out more about my website at http://ww.plentytoeat.com and remember to check out the About section.

    Appreciate if you can let me know if my request is ok with you.

  24. Vickie

    Hi,

    Here’s a magazine you should know about. It’s called La Cucina Italiana and it’s the U.S. edition of Italy’s oldest and most popular cooking magazine. It’s all about cooking traditional & modern Italian dishes using healthy, fresh and seasonal ingredients. (Thankfully, it’s for chefs of all levels.) I’m looking to spread the word, and if you’d like to take a look, I’d be delighted to send you a free media subscription. Here’s the site. http://www.lacucinaitalianamagazine.com. Also, if you want to host a recipe contest, we can provide the winner with a free subscription as well. Some ideas for the contest are:

    – Momma’s homemade spaghetti sauce

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    – Gelato to chill for

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    If you’d like to receive the magazine, please send your contact information to me at Vickie@reynoldspublicrelations.com. Thanks!

  25. Center Parted

    Hi Ah Lum,

    Nice blog you have here…. like your posts… they make fun and informative reading.

    Quick comment about your RSS subscription… I tried using your RSS link to subscribe to your blog but keep getting an XML parsing error. Not sure if its due to my end or yours. Would you mind having a quick look at it?

    Thx & Cheers!

    Center Parted’s last blog post..Raya fireworks …. well, not really :)

    vk: Hi there, thanks for notifying me about this. I didn’t know it until you told me.. I have fixed the problem and the feed should work fine now! Thanks again!

  26. editor,voize.my

    Hi. We have linked your chinese nasi lemak story to our site coz we thought it was worthy of telling our readers. You win a limited edition mp3 CD of Voize:Possibly the best compilation Ever. Do get back to us with your contact details.also if you would like to explore us linking more of your articles, let us know..it will reach a huge audience since we are doing 100k hits.cheers! our contact editor@voize.my

  27. TK

    yo … nice blog. i’m with NCS too. Was a cw in CJ and now in KM. Gonna try out the beef noodle you recommend in BM… :)

    vk: Err.. it’s not that great.. hope you won’t get disappointed like I did lol

  28. Pamela V

    Hey there,

    I would like to request for the pictures you have taken during Penang lantern fest last year. It is for the Tourism Malaysia Newsletter.

    Hope you will get back to me as soon as possible as I feel that your pictures are very colourful and perfect for the newsletter.

    Thank you.

    Regards,
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    Writer, Virtual Malaysia
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  29. Phei Aun

    Already Agak is you liao haha….I dun think you remember who am I lor. ^_^

    vk: Hey I know who u are, we were in the same school wat

  30. Andre Buxey

    Hi, I came across your site and thought it would be great for one of our clients. If interested in an advertising venture please feel free to contact me..

  31. Sim Liang

    can i know what camera you used. i like to background blur of stuff.

    Thank you.

    vk: Hi Sim Liang, I am using Canon D400 with 50mm 1.8 lens for most of the food shots

  32. ning-ann

    Hey Voonkeong,
    Didn’t expect to bump into you on the net!
    I’m from your English group Alpha year.
    Interesting blog you have.
    Cheers!

    vk: were you the one who acted in the drama with me? lol

  33. amy

    hi, I came across your blog via lowyat forum. This is really an interesting food blog. Will check your blog for good food places , so keep posting ok ?

  34. Sean

    Hello fellow colleague. Just stumbled upon your blog. Excellent stuffs! Will be tuning it for latest foodie places.

  35. carolchai

    Hi, how to create a web name by using ownname.com?
    I went to wordpress free web, it’s is reflecting ownname.wordpress.com?

    vk: carolchai, you need to download wordpress from wordpress.ORG. then register your domain name and get a hosting package. I recommend http://www.serverfreak.com :)

  36. csy

    hi vkeong, i’ve linked you for quite some time.
    thanks for sharing all such great yummy food all this while.

    i have a question regarding your camera,
    how much did it cost on canon 400D ya?
    i’m doing research on DSLR as i wanna own one.
    thank you ^^

    vk: Hi csy, when I bought my 400D last year, it cost around 2500-2600 inclusive of a 50mm lens, extra battery and those filters. I think you should get 450D now?

  37. csy

    i looked for the prices this morning and found that 450D cost RM 2600,
    while for Nikon D60 it cost RM 2000 with standard lens, bag, 4G mmc and so on, as well as Canon 1000D which carries the same price but it only provide 2G. so now i’m in the dilemma in selecting Nikon or Canon where both are great and rather fit for beginner like me. i love capturing food like yours.

    i may have to give up 450D as i am just a student for now, the additional price of RM600 does mean a lot do me.
    anyway thanks for your reply. your comment does make sense and it is helpful for me. ^^
    ^^

  38. Alicia

    Hey VKeong,

    I look through ur blog and find it very interesting ^^
    Hence, i have linked ur blog URL to mine,
    hope this will increase publicity for ur blog s well ;)
    Do u mind to link my blog to urs s well? =)

  39. joanne

    I would like to ask that what you work as , do u work in travel company or something , you really have alot fo photo nice.

    vk: Hi joanne, I am only a programmer with photography hobby, I still have lots to improve but thanks for your nice comment.

  40. Jana

    Hi …

    Am writing in from Emerald Communications, a PR Agency in KL. Would like to contact you to explore possible event reviews.

    Could please respond to my email or my mobile?

    Thank you.

    Jana Ponnudurai
    Emerald Communications
    012-250 4103

  41. Kyle KS-er !

    Hey man, do send me an email as i cant get a hold of your email address
    its about your food blog that we are interested in…

    do give me a msg, so i can contact u personally

  42. Danny Lim

    Hi ! V.Keong,

    I was introduced to yr blog by a chef in New York. These Malaysian chefs went to USA in the 80s and now PR already. They greatly miss M,sian food and they search yr blog to satisfied the craving by imaginations.

    Is funny, they can cook great western food but when it comes to hawkers food, they can,t even match 20% of the taste.

    Yr blog really make my day.

    Keep up the good work.

  43. Kenny

    Hi there,
    A good website with good food coverage.
    I’m just wondering if you know anyone in F&B Consultancy? I am going to open a restaurant but just couldnt find someone to oversee the who set up. thanks

  44. reitak

    hello, I’m a foodie too and I love ur blog…and I’m from Penang too!!

    Can I link my blog to yours? Though now I haven’t really started on doing food reviews yet…only a handful so far…

  45. Hong

    well … nice 1 BM kia!
    make me hungry all the time when i run through the true BM’s foods on your blog while i’m not in malaysia throughout the year!
    if i’m not mistaken, are you HSBM old boy?
    anyway, glad to see all the BM foods!

  46. mf

    Hi V Keong… I am writing from an online media co in PJ. We foresee a great potential of your site and checking if opened for ad opportunities.

    Can you provide me your email address so I can send you more info or you can send me an email stated above.

    Thanks

  47. sakaigirl

    Gee, guess what Vkeong, You are the biggest influence in starting my own food blog!! though i’m not as expert as you in dealing with layout of the blog, i did alter some of it to at least make it look more presentable. My dream camera is 450D, with the same lense as yours. Really happy for you to have journey so far and taking better pictures!!! All the best!

  48. Martin Goh

    Hi Vkeong, I am a member of the ieaters of ieatishootipost.sg. Some of us will be going to Penang end July for 2 nites. Our idea is to go and saviour the best hawker foods Penang can offer. Since we have only 3 days we hope you can recommend the Best of best foods and locations.

  49. Jen

    It has been an absolute pleasure touring around your blog :) You have done a fantastic job and you do take a great photo. I share your love of Cendol and am looking forward to having more when I visit Malaysia next March, but unfortunately not going to Penang :( We used to go to a place in Jonkers St Melaka but not the place you covered on the blog, it was a small shop with very retro interior?

    Thank you again, I will be back to look around some more nearer to our trip

  50. James

    i will visit kl in aug, would like to try some best steak, which steakhouse u think the best, Chili, TGIF, Tony Romo, San Francisco Steakhouse? Thanks

    1. vkeong

      Hi James, the best steakhouse is not definitely those operated by chained restaurants like TGIF and Chilis. I doubt the cooks are even really qualified cooks, but just part time workers.

      So far the best steak I ever had was at Maria’s @ Damansara Perdana. It was mentioned before in my blog.. Wagyu Steak.. heavenly.

      For others you might want to try PRIME at LeMeridien Hotel, KL or Jakes at Medan Damansara. I haven’t tried these before but they come highly recommended by a lot of people.

  51. paul Kok

    Hi,

    I just want to check with you whether you have lost a CF Card recently. This is because I am in custody of one lost CF Card and I am trying to find the owner.

  52. Nadia Fly fm

    Hi Voon Keong, while surfing the net recently, I stumbled across a comment you posted up on the Low Yat forums. I would like to personally apologize for ruining your mornings with my annoyingness =( Will try to improve on that one, in the mean time, add me on facebook? Maybe I can try to change your mind once you know me a little better =) it’s nadiamishmore@yahoo.com

    see u there soon!

  53. Ivy

    Hi Voon Keong, i love your site…its very informative and from here i actually know a lot of things..and nice pics!!
    btw, can i have your email address?
    could u kindly drop an email to my email?
    Thanks so much!

  54. Raj

    Hi Voon Keong,
    I have enjoyed Malaysian food only a few times and that to in Vancouver. While I was doing a search for a Malaysian restaurant I came across your blog. I have to say it is simple yet well written. I spent a few hours reading through your blog and really enjoyed it. If I ever make it to Malaysia maybe we can meet and enjoy one of the restaurants together as I LOVE food….hhehe.
    Great Work!
    Raj

  55. Ivy

    Hi,
    i love your blog, its so informative and interesting…
    i am actually working in an event management company, there will be time where we would love to invite good bloggers to attend the events that we’re having.
    Can you kindly give me your email address so that when there is such events, we can send you online invitation =)
    hope to hear from you.
    Thanks

  56. Yvonne

    Hey Vkeong. Great blog & website you have going on here. Good to see your passion in traveling and food. I’m from tvtrip.com and we’re looking into partnership in terms of distribution of online video content. Let me know if you’re interested!

  57. mas

    Hi there,
    I love ur photography on food..looks yummy…
    I was wondering if you are interested to do freelancing for our company.
    Our company is in publishing field, so photography is needed if we want to publish a cookbook.
    If you are interested, kindly provide me with your quotations.
    Thank You.

  58. CK

    Hi VKeong,

    Your blog is very interesting and so popular in the food arena. Your passion in food is so admirable. I am the owner of restaurants. I would like to invite you and your family for dinner in my restaurant. In this way, I could know you personally better in what you do towards mutual business interests. I don’t expect my restaurants to be blogged and that is definitely not my intention. Email me and Kind regards!

  59. mike

    ur food photo r very nice. it makes the food looks much tempting.
    r u still using ur 400d with 50mm 1.8 to shoot all those photos?

  60. Zuhaira Muhd Zain

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  61. Michae

    Heyo VKeong,

    I am planning to start up a website which will unite some of my favourite bloggers that blog about all things Asian – including music, TV, movies, culture, food, travel, history, games, tech.. etc

    I recently found your blog and think its great. If you are interested in this at all and would like to know more details, could you please send me an email? I am trying to gather up all the contact email addresses together so I can send my project plan to everyone and see what everyone thinks.

    I look forward to hearing from you soon!

  62. Jen

    hey vkeong,

    wow, your blog is really impressive! It’s awesome. and great photography skills. I’ve just started a new travel blog called cutideals. is you like you might wanna check it out. it’s a collection of the latest travel ads including hotels, airfare, packages… http://www.cutideals.com

    cheers

  63. Joanne

    Hi vkeong,

    I am from a magazine company, and we are interested in having you as a contributor for our dining planner. Please let me know if you are keen on this matter.

    Thank you.

  64. Sally Tan

    We would like to invite you to the coming Mobile & Web Convergence Forum on the 4th December 2009 where the key speakers from Maxis, Nokia, Newszapped, NuffNang and the leading bloggers of Malaysia converge.

    This is a good opportunity to meet with the bloggers community, as well as to find out about the current and new initiatives by the leading mobile and blogging players in the country.

    We look forward to have you in the event. Kindly RSVP by replying this mail or loging to register at http://www.newszapped.com/event/mobileforum/main.php?tab=intro

    Thank u

    1. vkeong

      ya man, still using my trusty 400D, no money to upgrade. No point to upgrade as well because I only use my camera in the weekends.

  65. Stevie

    Hi Vkeong,

    Would you be interested to test a tub (500 g) of gourmet popcorn we are interested to bring into Malaysia? We have our first shipment ready to give out free in return for an honest review on your site.

    Do contact me if possible.

    Steve

  66. Pei Lee

    Hi! I’m the reporter from Sinchew Daily (Feature & Supplement Section). I’m working on a feature story about food blog recently and would like to interview some food blogger. Pls email me if you feel comfortable with the interview. :) Thanks!

  67. June

    Hey vkeong,

    I came across your blog and I’m realy liking the blog and contents. I was wondering if you’d like to write about travel destinations as well. Please kindly send me your e-mail or contact me back as I really would love to share the experience with you too. I wuld love to learn some tips from you as well. Thanks.

    June

  68. ๋ีืำJune

    Hi vkeong,

    I really do like your blog.
    Can you please send me your e-mail contacts?
    Thanks

    June

  69. Muhammad Fauzi

    I am a travel freak. Your travel blog is good, sorry for the understatement, its awesome; Will definately go to Taiwan now.

    Also, your photos are pro; If I took them, I would spend the $$$ to print them on a canvas.

    1. vkeong

      Hi Fauzi, your comment flatters me. I still have a lot to learn and improve especially on landscape shots. I hope you will enjoy your Taiwan trip.

  70. Liz Bunnell

    Hi there,

    I’m writing to you from a TV company in the UK. We are developing a programme about Malaysian Food and I’d very much like to ask your advise on a number of foodie topics!

    Please could you email me your contact details so we can chat? My email address is liz.bunnell@denhams.tv.

    Many thanks!

    Liz

  71. alpha1

    Hey Vkeong,

    Was going thru your blog to check if thr’s any new update on food and saw your pic. Guess what? my wife thought you look like Victor Wong the singer, but a slight fatter version!! hahah!

    1. vkeong

      hi Nazeen you can leave your email at your comment, then I can contact you, or you can drop me a mail at vkeong [a] yahoo dot com

      Thanks

  72. es es

    hi vkeong, nice to drop by your blog/site. love reading your comments & the pictures are awesome.

    where r u now? there’s this restaurant i have been stalking a while now (am the secret admirer ^^) … would hope that you will drop by and write a review about it. since i cant find any fishballs noodle, curry noodle sepcialised shop in your blog ^^

    in pandan indah, cheras got a lot of good food! do hunt them one by one o~
    http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/CFwnsfRUeZX26SUi2B3TMw?feat=directlink

    1. vkeong

      hi es es, thanks for the recommendation. currently I am at BM, just back from Singapore last week.. will be hanging around before I start food hunting.

      Places in KL would be a problem for me currently as you’d have known due to location, but I always keep the recommendations aside and try them when I have the opportunity. :)

  73. Anne See

    Hi vkeong, luv ur blog. There’s a nice little cafe called Sundays Cafe at Jalan Kg Gajah, next to the Butterworth Court which sells a variety of pies. Maybe you’d like to check out the place and give your comments.

  74. Dave Werner

    Hi
    Hope its OK to contact you here but I couldn’t find a contact form. First of all let me say your blog is beautifully designed and your photography is very professional. We’d like to invite you to appear on our foodie website: http://www.foodierama.com . have a look and if you are interested contact me through the email on this comment of through the contact form on our site
    Cheers
    Dave

  75. lim seng

    Yes, I agreed your “england” is not that “goose” (supposed to be read as English not that good), but who cares?
    I love your simple, comprehensive and honest reviews. And not forgetting those great photos.
    Keep feeding us (no pun intended) with your food reviews.

  76. Beng

    Beautiful shots Vkeong,
    Being a foodie with photography interest – could you share with us what sort of equipment you took your photos with? They look so mouth watering scrumptous

  77. petitegirl

    vkeongggg!!!!! came across ur blog while i was “googling” malaysian food blog. found you….and…wow man…..i thank you so much! im a big eater….i love eating. im going to explore…whatever is in ur list! kudos! and great pictures!

  78. James

    Hi,

    We have just opened the first Charmy Snow Ice cafe in Axis Atrium, Pandan Jaya.

    It’s first of its kind in West Malaysia. You guys can come try it! :)

    Charmy Snow Ice

  79. sS

    Hi Vkeong,

    You blog looks impressive! I was looking at your blog because I’m lookin for a place to do a company realignment dinner. It has to be a cozy place & classy place that serve HALAL food. You have any idea around PJ area I can settle for a good one? Thanks sooooo much in advance!

  80. Melissa

    Hi, I would like to know about your island hoping that you took in Langkawi. You said that it costs only RM35, can I knw which co and where do I get it as we are planning a trip to langkawi in July 2010.

    Thanks

  81. Susan Lee

    hi ! Appreciate your effort to collect all those food info. Believe the readers will benefit from your blog.

    Would like to invite U to try out food @ Tanjung Village Food Court (halal food court), Jalan PJU 5/13, 47810 Kota Damansara

    Have Fun !

  82. BM Kia in London

    Hi V Keong,

    just came across your London blog in google, hope u had a lovely time in London. please to see a BM kia doing so well on food blog, keep up the good work. ll be following your blog from today onward.
    just found out from the wed we went to same secondary school in BM! we properly living 2 miles apart from each other in BM!
    i go back to BM every year for holiday, just wondering you have time on october, we can hook up for a meal in BM. there’s so much good food still to discover in BM.
    let me know.

    Kind regards

    ET

  83. Beefy's Steaks

    Hello all food lovers. Just want to inform that BEEFY’S STEAKS is now open in Bangsar. just click on our name to visit our simple site for more information. Have a good day :D

  84. Martín Iraizoz

    Hi!.
    I’ve been to Malaysia last year and I fell in love with Kacang tumbuk and Kuih Koia. Do you have an idea how are they made?. I know they’re based on peanut (kacang) and sugar (gula). But how are they made?. Anyone know?. I can´t get such things in my country.
    Thanks in advance!.
    Terima kasih!.

  85. MAAME Afriyie

    Hiwww.vkeong.com

    I’m contacting you from Dk Eye witness Travel, about sharing an article we recently complied from our online content that I would like to send you.

    We think is a great fit with the Dk Eye witness Travel brand and that this article would be of interest to your users. So if you would like to add it to your site, please drop me an email back and I’ll send you the HTML version I’ve prepared.

    I’ll look forward to hearing from you.

    Many thanks,

    Maame Afriyie
    SEO & Link Building Assistant
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    020 7010 3183
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  86. Lydia

    Hi Vkeong,

    I found your blog as i was searching for some good buffet restaurant.
    I really like your blog. Your honesty and genuineness in blogging about food. I love eating food, too, but only the good ones :)
    Sometime ago me and my friends went cycling to Malaysia to eat seafood there. It was really good.
    Anyway, the reason i wrote to you is because i saw in the blog that you like ayam penyet. Well, maybe the next time you come over to Singapore you have to try some other ayam penyet that i like here. I am Indonesian, and so far, i found the ayam penyet in that place is pretty authentic as well as some other dish they have.

  87. Jean

    Hi V Keong,

    A friend recommended your blog to me. I really love your photos. They are so beautiful! I only wish I had the skills to take such photos too. Mine are awful. Heh.

    I don’t get any invites for food reviews as I’m not a famous blogger but it also means that my reviews are all unbiased. Gives me a chance to tell the truth but I am pretty sure I’ll ruffle a few feathers with my honesty and bluntness sooner or later. :)

    Keep up the great job on your blog!

    Jean

  88. Isaac Leow

    Hi..pls add me on my facebook…n write more abt d good n bads of d station 1 cafe….espeacially station 1 cafe in East Garden & 1st Garden, Ipoh…TQ

  89. Maame Afriyie

    Hi http://www.vkeong.com ,

    I contacted you from DK Travel about sharing an article we recently complied from our online content that I would like to send you.

    We think is a great fit with the brand and that the article would be of interest to your users.

    I sent you an email a couple of weeks ago regarding the above information and I was just wondering whether you were as keen as we are to work together.

    If so, please contact me on the details provided below so that I can send you a copy of the HTML version I’ve prepared.

    I’ll look forward to hearing from you.

    Many thanks,

    Maame Afriyie
    SEO & Link Building Assistant
    http://www.roughguides.com | http://www.traveldk.com

    020 7010 3183
    80 Strand | London | WC2R 0RL

  90. Laura

    Hi,
    I would like to swap links with your site. My blog is http://www.travelocafe.com. I’ve already added you in Travel Directory. Please send me the description you favor for your site. Thank you!

    I’m also looking for guest bloggers. Please let me know if you’d be interested in being featured on Travelocafe.

    As for the articles, the guest posts can be send by email and should be original, travel related, previously unpublished and a minimum of 250 words would be appreciated. The articles should not be a self promotion. At the end of the article you can write an “About the Author” section, linking back to your site.
    Regards,
    Laura

  91. May

    Great blog…I read it alot when I miss home cooking…I havn’t been there since I was 3 and so it’s going to be my guide when I go back…

  92. NK MENON

    Hello Bro come and chillout at subang parade new outlet and call me i am your fan too this is my no 012 2084468 you find different here to eat.

  93. Name (required)Peggy Su

    Hi Vkeong,
    Great blog on food review. I would like to recomment one restaurant to your blog. HotPiper Restaurant & Cafe in Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara.
    Nice in Creamy Carbonara & creamy mushroom pasta very delicious. Chicken Chop very juicy and soft. And some local cuisine.

  94. Quay Po Cooks

    Hi Vkeong,

    I understand exactly what you mean blogging becomes a job and not hobby, it will loose its meaning and the fun:) I started my cooking blog because my mum is getting old and I want to document all her recipes and also to share my own and my hubby’s because we are never secret about my recipes for we are not in the food business and don’t intend too. I feel good food should be share with as many people as possible and by sharing my Mum’s recipes with the world, I keep her living forever!!

  95. Anonymous

    HI, wHERE CAN i BUT LONG GRAIN BASMATHI RICE AS SOLD AT SABA RESTAURANT…YOU MENTIONED ARAB GROCERY STORE…HEREABOUT PLEASE

    tq

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  97. Anonymous

    Hi, your website is great! I can found many delicious food at here.
    I would like to recomment one dessert shop for you where located at Bandar Botanic,41200 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan

    There selling different kind of snow ice dessert and KANTEN dessert. It is very healthy and delicious. Especially the snow ice. You want to know how delicious of it, go and try it!

    It is worth!

  98. Joey

    Hi, i really like your blog. I can easily found many kind of delicious food at here.

    Do you like dessert? I would liketo recomment one dessert shop for you where located at Bandar Botanic,41200 Klang, Selangor (opposite of AEON, Bukit Tinggi, Klang)

    The dessert here is very healthy. Most of dessert is made from KANTEN. I like the snowy ice , very smooth and nice!

    if you like it. May go to try. It is worth!

  99. EeLeen

    Hey there, nice to meet you.

    I would like to have some food photo session with your help. Kindly contact me in my email for more details.

    Thanks & regards

  100. angel.s

    Hi, I like to eat also…and would like to add you at facebook…ist ok.. are you done mine…give me your add..or you can add me also..thanks…

  101. Kevin Graham

    http://www.vkeong.com/
    Hi Site Admin,

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  102. Alan Tan

    VKeong,

    I admire your work and cherish your passion towards photography and food.

    I’m emailing you to seek some guidance towards food photo-taking and hope you are able to enlighten me. I’ve started photography a few years ago taking mostly travel and landscape. Occasionally wedding within the family circles.

    I would like to ask about ‘permission’ while reviewing the restaurant/food stall owner and how you go around it? I hope you don’t mind if i’m straight forward but how do you approach the restaurants/food owners? and what about the bill? Do you pay them or often offer as a trade in business?

    I hope you can advise me.

    Regards,
    Alan Tan
    tanweechin@gmail.com

  103. Charles

    Hi vkeong, i am one of the food hunter too. I like to view your page. But how can I recommend some foods to you via your site? I like to hunt those food worth + nice, regardless of popularity. Some quality of foods will drop once it went popular.

  104. Michelle Lee

    hey there, i was actually googling about London and would love to speak to you in regards to traveling there on a budget.
    I’m a 19 year old student and will be traveling there alone just for a change of scenery before i begin my 2nd year degree. I’d really like to have some opinions and suggestions regarding my travel plans, if you can email me.
    :)

    (my blog is on hiatus at the moment)

  105. simon chew

    Dear vkeong,
    I would like to invite you to try a chinese restaurant at port dickson which I think is quite good and reasonable. It is located at batu 9 at Teluk Kemang. The restaurant is call Port Dickson Restaurant. Pls to call me if you need more info-0174758806. At the moment i live in Penang

  106. Esther

    Hi vkeong
    Like the way you present your blog and the photos you have taken are just so “pro”. :-)
    By the way, if you don’t mind, I have “kapo” some of your nice photos on Malacca to put in my blog. I do make a remark below the photo that it is from your blog. Is that ok?
    Thank you for sharing all these lovely eating places, letting our eyes eat “ice cream”.
    Regards,
    Esther

  107. Winnie

    you take amazing pictures… i would think it is mainly your photography skills.. but may i know what camera are you using?

  108. jay

    hi Vkeong, did u heard about Moo Kata before? I found a shop called Moo Kata. It’s a type of steamboat but i most admired it is a charcoal grill steamboat. i tried i for few times and i notice it quite crowd and without drop quality specially the service. It’s just located beside carefour kepong or u can check it out from fb.

  109. alan

    hi Vkeong, have u heard about a stall as “ah yap fry kuey tiao” that located in a food court name as TSP food court beside econsave at taman segar perdana in cheras, Selangor? it’s recommended by my friend and i tried, actually i think the food is good, and the price is reasonable. Maybe u can go over and check it out..

  110. alankit

    vkeong, Sorry for double posting, 1 more information i would like to include for the previous comment, the stall opens from 8am to 5pm..

  111. Ineza

    Hi vkeong! I work for a production company called Rack Focus Films, and we’re currently doing some research for a documentary on durians for ASTRO. If you know any durian experts/ lovers who would be willing to meet with us and/or do an interview, could you please let me know? My email is ineza_144@hotmail.com. Thanks!

    Ineza Roussille
    Rack Focus Films

  112. Patrick

    Hey there Vkeong.
    Funny thing was i was just browzing for the prices of 1901 hotdogs on google and the first thing that popped up was this site..
    I’ll be going and visiting malaysia / Kl in about a week’s time and spending about a fortnight there,
    Do you have a compressed reading material as to the best and cost effective foods in Kl?.. from everything from malls to shacks too :)
    Thanks

    Patrick

  113. Paul

    Hey Vkeong,

    Stumbled on your website whilst looking up the BM famous 3 brothers duck egg Char Koay Teow – I can’t wait to go try this the next time I’m in Penang. Love your blog, reminds me of Singapore’s IeatIshootIpost – but better!

    Love your pictures as well – can you tell me what camera and lens you’re using? The colours are so vivid and the bokeh from your lens is magnificent!

    Keep up the great work and a very Happy Chinese New Year to you!

    Cheers,
    Paul

  114. Candy

    Hi Vkeong, i like the professionalism of your blog, thus, do you offer services (with charges) to assist people to design their own blog as well as educate how to make use effectively of own blogging (like yours) as well as actively in FB ?

    Initially i wish to invite you for our restaurant food review, but i know you dun do it anymore as of reasons you stated which I agreed & do came across bloggers like that. Anyway, I hope you could help me. Thanks.

  115. Adrian

    Hi VKeong, I am currently running a SOUP Stall in Food Gallery, Penang Time Square. Our stall name is Mr. Soup. Our mission is to create a Soup Culture where hearty wholesome SOUP takes it rightful place as the focus of the meal. I understand you don’t accept free meal but it’s the new awareness I think you should not miss too. Big Thank You!

  116. Rachel Lee

    Dear Vkeong,

    Just wanted to say I love your blog. Love the layout, the presentation of information is very clear, easy reading because of your excellent writing style.

    Thank you for being an amazing professional blogger.

    Cheers,
    Rachel.

  117. Xiaomin

    Hi VKeong,

    I am writing from The Miele Guide, and we are looking to call for bloggers to help us to rally their readers to vote for their favourite restaurants, for our 2011/2012 edition. Celebrating Asia’s best chefs and restaurants, The Miele Guide is an authoritative and independent annual publication which evaluates and ranks restaurants across the regions, which is determined by the votes of an invited jury, professional restaurant critics, a jury of respected foodies and the public.

    Much of what the guide is about is really to rouse the dining public to become champions for their favorite restaurants, both across the region and in their own countries and cities. We hope to see others become just as involved as you and I are, translating our passion for good food by helping to bring Asia’s best into the international spotlight.

    We are hoping to have your help to call for your readers to vote for their favourite restaurants, to champion Malaysia’s vibrant culinary scene, from street hawkers to fine dining establishments, giving them the recognition they deserve.

    Furthermore, we understand your passion for food, and therefore would like to also offer the opportunity for you to win a pair of seats at this year’s The Miele Guide 2011/2012 Gala Dinner, to enjoy an evening of fine cuisine prepared by top chefs, as well as exclusive blogger access to interviewing the winning chefs of your choice at the dinner. The contest mechanics are such that the blogger who has the highest click-through rate through a Miele Guide web button on his or her blog, will win this particular privilege.

    Voting for the 2011/2012 edition of The Miele Guide opens on http://www.mieleguide.com on 14 March 2011 and closes on 16 May 2011. The 2011/2012 edition will be available at all major bookstores come October.

    Do get in contact with me at xiaomin@ateconsulting.net or +65-83888706 if you might like to know more about The Miele Guide. :) Thanks!

    Cheers,
    Xiaomin

  118. Carrie

    hi VKeong, i would like to invite you to try a restaurant in Kepong. May i know how can i contact you directly? maybe you can email me your email or contact?? pls email me at carriepg@hotmail.com.

    Thanks!!!!

    1. vkeong

      hi Carrie, sorry I do not do invitational meals. but feel free to leave the restaurant’s name here :)

      I’d check it out if it interests me :)

  119. shazzy

    hi there! i hope you can try out the lastest restaurant in Ipoh: Dubliners Cafe located at No.7, Persiaran Greentown 8, Greentown Business Centre,30450 Ipoh, Perak (same row as Maxis), phone : 016-6283470. Its a western food as well as thai food restaurant owned by a Chef with 10 years experience in Europe Country. Thank you!

  120. Simon

    Hi Vkeong,

    I just wanted to say that i love your site. I have been to Malaysia a couple of times for holidays before and i always refer to your guide for god places to makan!

    I have added you to my blogroll on my blog and it would be great if you could do the same!

    Thanks!

  121. Sandy

    Hi Vkeong
    Need your advice
    I’ve VIP coming from overseas i wish to bring them to taste our malaysia local foods but need to be restaurant with Private room or space is more private. Do you have any recommendation ? malay / chinese / seafoods

    Thanks !

  122. Ganeslingam Bunulingam

    Hello Vkeong,

    I could like to invite you to my cafe which open a month ago. I need your help to promote my cafe.

    Address:
    SHIRAZ WINE & CAFE
    NO 15-1 Jalan PJU 1/3F,
    SunwayMas Commercial Centre
    47301 Petaling Jaya,
    Selangor Darul Eshan
    Tel No:603-78045317

    Please do call us before u make a visit.
    Thank you.

  123. Chong

    HI VKeong,

    First of all, let me introduce myself. I’m Chin Wai Chong from PLAY interactive is an Software distribution company. There is nothing deal with Food Blog.

    But we have one Taiwanese Restaurant in 1 Stop (Midlands Pack – Pulau Tikus) just toke over last year from the previous owner’s. We would like to invite you come test and have some write up for our latest menu. You are allow to accompany 2 person to test the food.

    The Restaurant itself have about 13 year’s in history. First Taiwan Restaurant in 1 Stop. Will share with you more when we meet.

    Hope to hear from you.

    Thanks

  124. Leng

    Hi,

    We like to invite you to the non-profit coffee competition event: Penang 2nd Battle of Baristas Championship with contestants from all over Malaysia. This event is organised in conjunction with Malaysia Association of
    Hotel (MAH) and Chef Association Malaysia.

    Judges are from COO & Master Roaster of Uncle Russ Coffee (Hong Kong), Malaysia Barista Champion (2010& 2008), Master Roaster & Barista Trainer (Australia certified) from Lighthouse Coffee.

    During the events, we will provide many opportunities for press & media to interview baristas, judges and the organiser. This event will be featured in Barista Magazine (US), Coffee T&I (Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China), Foodsion (MY). Special seatings have been arranged for press & media, please kindly speak to BOBC working staff when you arrive.

    Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you need more information

    Some photos are available at:
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Battle-Of-Barista-Championship/194166327295564

  125. andywchai

    hi vkeong,

    Despite you have recommended many Bak kut teh in your blog, how come you have never tried Kee Hiong Bak kut teh? (someone told me they are at Taman Eng Ann and Bandar Sunway Mentari park(new outlet).

    The Malaysian “Bak Kut Teh” was originated by Mr. Lee in Klang South as told at their website: http://keehiong.com.my/en/index.html

    Perhaps you can provide your comments before I can invite my friends from China(a big group) to try this local famous delicacy?

    Many thanks in advance.

  126. Winnie Chow

    Hi Vkeong

    My name is Winnie and I’m an editorial intern at Cre8plus, a Hong Kong-based creative agency. We’re launching a travel & lifestyle magazine, Kiosk (www.discoverkiosk.com – launching soon) via Internet and iTunes Store in September 2011.
    I found your articles about food and travel are really inspiring. Would you like to contribute the articles for free, in return for the promotion of your profile.

    Please let me know if you’re interested. You can reach me on winniechow@cre8plus.com for more info.

    Thank you very much and looking forward to your reply soon.

  127. Julian

    Hi VKeong,

    Dude, I just want to say thank you…. for all the wonderful pictures & sharing on this blog.. Keep up the damn fine work!

    I’ve personally taken your advice on some of the restaurants to try out, and have not gone wrong. Also, I can personally testify to some of the food that you recommend, which I’ve been enjoying even before reading about it in your blog.

    We share the same taste. If you wanna go makan makan one day in kl, but no partner, give me a buzz..haha…

    I’m also a photo lover (although I got no hardware), and am from teluk intan. If you need leads to TI good food, again, you have my contact.. :)

    Cheers!

  128. Ben Goh

    Hi Vkeong,

    U still remember we spoke before, now my client confirm of your photo (15pcs.), how much u cost of the photo. I try to show u the photo but the email cannot sent, do u have other
    email

    TQ

  129. Woody Smith

    Very well said! And I surely agree that your writing is really straightforward. I admire you for not taking advantage on those privileges that you can get as a blogger. I mean there are a lot of them that are really enticing to grab. Sometimes people can’t refuse whenever their hobby turns out to be a way for them to earn money. Doing the thing that you like best while you earn money is really awesome, right? But some people only realized that when their hobbies intertwined with money, it gets so complicated. Sometimes it defeats the purpose of you doing it because you like it. You like to share. You like to help others. Not because you get money out of it. Good job on your blog. I hope you continue to inspire other people as much as you have inspired me now.

  130. zzngl

    Hi this is the first time I view your blog and tell you what, I cant stop reading it once I started reading the first page . I think I will become one of your fans from now on. And thanks for your blog I got to know a lot of nice places to go hunt eating for myself and my beloved, for memorable occasion which gave me a headache when wondering where should we celebrate this year event. Those picture you took is breath taking.

  131. WEkran

    Would you like your blog to be listed in WEkran the blog reader for iPhone and iPad? For further detail you may check the web site wekran.com

  132. KC

    Hello Vkeong :) nice to meet u…
    Im running a korean restaurant near Putra Sulaiman which is located somewhere near Galaxy Ampang and around 5 minutes from Ampang Point…

    I would like to contact with you but i can’t find your number in your website.. if u dont mind,could u please kindly sms me your number or give me a call ? 012-924-4661 i would really love to invite you to our restaurant asap.. Thank you :)

  133. Angelina

    Hi Vkeong,

    love the food, pictures and places that you shared out!
    recently i found that webuy.com.my offers amazing foods, and experiences too. Check it out! :)

  134. Ck

    Hi vKeong,
    I am the editor of a youth magazine, @Kampus (For more information please browse this webpage: http://www.facebook.com/aKampus)
    I have tried to contact you several times but got no reply. The reason why I am here is that I find your food review extremely interesting and I am keen in publishing your article and your food review in our magazine. Your article will be cited under your name and blog, and it will be shared out to more than 10,000 readers. Do you mind if I do so? I’ll appreciate if you can reply me via email at lee88_ck03@yahoo.com soonest as possible. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks.

  135. Mag

    Hi VKeong
    I came across your blog while researching for my family holiday to Penang end of this year. Your reviews are great and the photos certainly make my mouth water in anticipation.

    Anyway I have been experiencing errors to your Penang food reviews. It takes me to your 2007 Penang Bridge Run instead. I would appreciate it very much if you can get the Penang food reviews links up and running again.

    Thanks.
    Mag
    Melbourne, Australia

  136. MYBudget Traveler

    Hi, your blog about your trip to LGK is very useful. I didn’t know some of the tourist spots even exist! I’d like to ask you more about LGK though. You have my email address, do you mind if you drop me an email? Thanks VKeong!

  137. Harrold

    Hi VKeong,

    Nice photo. I would like to find out which lens and DSLR do you use. Mind send leave me your contact such as email? Or you may send me an email too.

    Thx..

    H.

  138. Yin

    Hi,

    This is Yin from Pastry Union, an artisan cake shop.

    I would like to invite you to discover cakes of the very finest quality, born through creative research and design.

    Currently, we are introducing a new cake, Winter, that is only available till 31 Dec 2011.

    Please visit http://www.pastryunion.com to get to know Pastry Union.

    You can contact me at yin@pastryunion.com

    Many thanks.

    Cheers,
    Yin

  139. Jasmine

    Hello,

    I’d like to invite you to an exclusive media preview and dinner, which will take place in a week’s time, showcasing four up and rising Asian chefs.

    We’d like to send you an official invitation to the said event, so we’d appreciate it if you could drop me an email soonest possible.

    Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you! :)

  140. shoewomens1

    pretty worth enough for me. In my view, if all website owners and bloggers made good content as you did, the internet will be a lot more useful than ever before.

  141. Herukh Jethwani

    Hi V Keong,

    please contact me. Would like to invite you for a biryani launch at my restaurant in Bangsar on Sunday the 8th of January.

    Thanks

    Herukh

  142. cristina

    Such luck to have found you and your food blog. Pls continue to do what you’re doing now because for foreigners like us who love to eat local food, you become our reference in finding good Malaysian food. Thank you.

  143. Erna Egelund

    Please contact me if you are interested in working with us as a contributing guest blogger. Currently we are working on a website project for our client who own restaurant and we would like to feature some Malaysian street food articles from independent guest. Please write to me if you are interested.

    Thank you.

  144. Pauline

    Hi! I really like reading your blog and find the food places very good! I’m now looking for some cafe which serves a variety of tea in the Bangsar area, can you recommend any?

  145. Charlie

    Hello there,
    I’m Charlie from Manta Grill Fish restaurant, Kota Damansara.
    We would like ask you to review and promote our newly open restaurant.
    Manta Grill Fish restaurant is actually a branch from HoChak (previously know as Chow Yang, near Kayu Nasi Kandar) & Sun Hing Long SS2.
    Those two stalls had been operating since the pass ten years.
    And this year my family plan to bring it to the next level, running a whole restaurant on our own.
    One specialty is the Ikan Bakar. No we don’t use curry powder. We really bakar bakar it and the sambal are made out of prawns, belancan and all the good stuff.
    We do have other HOT PANAS food such as TOM YAM SEAFOOD, NASI LEMAK, CURRY FISH, VEGE SAMBAL, SOTONG SAMBAL and many more.
    Yes its all HOT and spice. Hungry yet?
    Come over and review us. My treat (for 2-3 pax).

    The address : Manta Grill Fish.
    21-1, Jalan 5/4 Dataran Sunway, Kota Damasara.

    Funny thing, its at the same roll as CHILI PAN MEE restaurant and CURRY FISH HEAD house. Maybe you can write a feature of all the spicy food? HEHE.

    I really hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks !

    Charlie Cheong 017-6905322

  146. Amalina

    Hye there! I’m amalina, we are conducting an event,, would appreciate if you could give me your contact details for invitation. Please feel free to contact me at my contact details below.

    Thank you,

    Cheers,
    Amalina,

  147. Secruoser

    Just wanna recommend you a Japanese at Alam Damai, Cheras. Coordinate is 3.07105, 101.74273

    The name is Daimon Yokocho. I’m just a customer and I think it’s special because of this Pork Bone Soup Udon. It’s their trademark dish. If you like the sticky and condensed broth like the Klang BKT then you should try this dish. However it’s a daily limited dish so not sure if you can get it.

    The menu is pretty long but expect only hot and cooked Japanese dishes (mainly udon and skewers) so no sushi or sashimi. There are some dishes marked ‘popular’ which you should try too like the beef fillet with cheese.

    Price ranges from RM4-RM30 a dish but there is a special ‘pre-order’ only sea urchin dish that costs RM70.

    So if you happen to drop by Cheras be sure to give it a try. Just sharing! :)

  148. Szabina Nagy

    Hi,

    I found your blog and just love reading it, love the pictures as well just make me hungry :))

    I’m part the team at hidden little gems – a Facebook app that helps you get recommendations of where to eat, drink, stay and what to do from people you trust – your friends. Here’s the link : apps.facebook.com/hiddenlittlegems

    We’d love you to try out hidden little gems. Here’s an example of recent blogger’s list (on Nepal) e.g. Barbara Weibel http://www.hiddenlittlegems.com/List/ViewList/barbara-weibel/best-restaurants-in-pokhara-nepal-600 People are constantly asking their friends for suggestions. Instead of having to trawl through old emails, etc we think it would be great if you could just point people to your lists.

    If you think this might be useful we’d love it if you’d add your favourite places to a list.You can add a link back to your blog at the top of the list to make sure people know where to go to find out more, because your blog is a really good source for all travellers. This list could drive our readers to your blog as well.

    Looking forward to hearing from you & welcome any feedback or tips for the app you might have.

    Find us to see the gems we’ve found already! @Hiddenlittlegem
    We’ve also got a facebook page that will give you more information about our application
    http://www.facebook.com/hiddenlittlegems

    Regards,
    Szabina Nagy

  149. Patrick Ooi

    Hi Vkeong,
    Have you try Arabic food? I would like know how’s the food from Al Warsha Restaurant at Kampung Pandan, KL or could you please let me know any other restaurant in KL.

  150. karulann

    Hi vkeong,

    Used your blog as my reference when doing my research for my europe trip :) .. But seems like the ad.skyad.net is slowing down when opening your page in chrome, that I had to block the ad just to open it…

  151. regine

    hi, thanks for your sharing here..are u currently in penang or kl? would like to recommend you to check out a hongkong franchise dessert ” Tongpakfu hongkong dessert house” in klcc…speciality is real fruit snow ice, traditional hot desserts etc.Must try the tracka and D24 durian snow ice..:) my fav is the pink guava snow ice…

  152. Rachel

    Dear vkeong,

    Hope you can get in touch a.s.a.p. I’d like to feature you in a magazine. Hope you are keen!

    Thanks very much.

  153. adam ramlan

    hi….check this new western restaurant in Pusat Bandar Putra Permai Seri Kembangan…named MadaLind’s Bite Cafe & Bistro….i recommend you to try….

  154. iling

    Hi VKeong,

    Would like you to try our product.
    Hope that you will send me your email add so we can talk further about it :)

  155. Lennie Ong

    Hi V Keong,

    T.G.I. FRIDAY’S® recently introduced nine new promotional dishes at all its outlets and is running a “Taste’s What’s Brand Spanking New” campaign welcoming the restaurant’s customers to try and rate the nine new mouth-watering dishes on promotion. Based on customer’s feedback, some of the best loved dishes will be considered to be offered permanently as additions to T.G.I. FRIDAY’S® next menu.

    We would like to invite you to review these new dishes:

    1. Osso Bucco

    2. Championship BBQ Chicken

    3. Caribbean Wings

    4. California Club Sandwich

    5. Cobb Salad

    6. Garlic Spaghetti Vegetali

    7. Bistro Shrimp & Asparagus Pasta

    8. Grilled Snapper with tomato cucumber Vinaigrette

    9. Chocolate Cinnamon Crisps

    We would like to hereby invite your publication to send a writer and photographer for the review as below:

    Date: 15th March 2012 ( Thursday )

    Time: 11am

    Venue: T.G.I Friday’s® in Menara Hap Seng, Kuala Lumpur

    In conjunction with the launch of this new dishes, customers can also win an experience of a lifetime when they try them at any FRIDAY’S® outlet in “Brand Spanking New You” lucky draw contest. All they have to do to enjoy and rate any of the nine new promotional dishes on offer on the ratings card provided, and then rate their favorite lifestyle experiences from the choices given in the card. Among these include a trip to Universal Studios in Singapore, sky diving and flying lessons, a complete makeover package, being a DJ or pop star for a day, an all expense paid shopping trip, and many more.

    Kindly RSVP by emailing me at lennie@rqnet.com.my / lennie.ong08@gmail.com

  156. I Live in a Frying Pan

    Hi Vkeong!

    I’m a fellow food blogger in Dubai, and am planning to travel to KL & Penang for a few days in the first week of April. Not sure if you guys have a food blogging group out there, but I’d love to meet up with you and others who blog in the city, and learn more from the foodie gurus themselves ;)

    Do let me know if you’d be up for a lunch/dinner or something – would love to connect. My blog is http://www.iliveinafryingpan.com, just in case you wanna make sure I’m actually a food blogger and not some creepy stalker!

  157. E San Thai Kitchen

    Hi, Vkeong

    I’m a reataurant owner for a Thai Restaurant in Ara Damansara, wanted to invite u for food testing.

    I very happy to know that we all hokkien nang from utara sure like thai food……… yum…. yum……..

    I from Alor Setar, Kedah our thai food very difference from others u should try it !!!!!!! ok

    Waiting for u 2 reply ok….. don’t forget to contact us yeh….

  158. Kevin Wong

    Hi Intvitation To Free Preview Interesting Travel Location in Sri Hartamas, KL]
          
    You’ve some great photoshoots & articles there.

    We wish to personally invite you for a Free Preview at this place.

    It has some amazing views of the newly built National King’s Palace (with the 1st Royal Public Park in Malaysia), Petronas Twin Towers, KL Towers &Genting Highland views….All from One Single Balcony!

    For more photos & info:
    http://www.Facebook.com/OctaviaKL

    Looking forward to hear from you soon!

    Warmest Regards,

    Kevin Wong
    Hp: 016- 259 2396
    Kevin@OctaviaKL
    http://www.OctaviaKL

  159. Finn Alexander

    Hello,

    We at Grain Media recently produced a short musical film about Nasi Lemak, in Pudu Market, Kuala Lumpur. We thought that it may be of interest to you, please have a look and tell us what you think, and feel free to post should you wish to.

    http://vimeo.com/36307297

    Finn
    Grain Media

  160. Anusha K.

    You are cordially invited for the first preview of BSC’s Asian Food Gallery: Burp! on Thursday, 5th April 2012 from 10.30 to Noon. Please RSVP by 4th of April 2012 to anusha@brdb.com.my or call 03 2688 2820. Hoping to hear a favourable reply.

    Best regards,
    Anusha K.
    Communications Department
    Bandar Raya Developments Berhad (BRDB)

  161. Amanda Low

    Wow, Vkeong. Wow. I love your blog! Your writing skills are great! They’re straight forward. Not long-winded at all. I like that :)

    Your blog is such a pleasure to read. I’m also a food blogger, in fact. But not all that professional. I’m sort of an amatuer, so your blog, in fact, has been quite an inspiration to me!
    Your posts about the various venues you’ve been to have become my source of reference and information.

    All in all, keep up with the great work! Am looking forward to your next post :)

    Sincerely,
    Amanda

  162. dr.astro

    Hi Vkeong!

    I know this is random and not related to your food, but i’d love to know what the default camera gears that you always use when taking photos of the food.

    Many thanks~!

  163. Spanishfoodwine.com

    Great blog with even better photography! I have spent the whole afternoon reading this, as I am flying to Malaysia for holidays this weekend! Definitely looking forward to the mealtimes! :)

  164. Aline

    I really enjoy your photography and your trip especially the Europe trip.

    While I was doing research and planning for my trip, I found your blog. Really interesting. I got many information from your Europe trip.

    I would like to get more info from you if you don’t mind. I will be travelling from London – Paris – Milan – Venice – Pisa – Florence – and back from Rome. I wish to know more about the transport and the travel time from these places. I mix up between Eurail & Eurostar (what the different)

    I hope you can advise as I’m cracking my head just to do the whole trip planning from accomodation, transport and places to visit.

    Thank you….

    1. vkeong

      Hi, just to make it simple (I am not an expert either)

      Eurostar is an underwater train that travels from London -> Brussels -> Paris. If you want to get to Paris fast this would be the best way, but it is expensive as well. Tip is to book your Eurostar tickets as early as possible to get them at a cheaper rate. Other methods of travelling to Paris from London is by cruise, that’s is if you have the luxury of time to do so.

      Eurail is the train service that connects the various cities in Europe, it is completely different from Eurostar. There are different classes of tickets you can buy.. either global pass or selected pass etc.. and of different duration.. weekly and monthly. If you are just travelling within Italy (from what I see in your itinerary) you should go for the selected pass which covers the cities you want to visit.

      For accommodation I usually use hostelbookers.com to book my rooms.. it is very useful.

  165. anthony clement

    Hi V. Keong,

    Greetings from Legend Cherating Beach Resort

    We would like to invite you to our resort for a 3d2n stay and ultimately write a review in your blog. We are inviting various Media form Malaysia and Singapore from 29 to 31 May 2012.

    Appreciate if you could send us your email address, we could send you the itinerary.

    Regards

  166. Daphney

    Hi V.Keong, I’m doing a research about food blog and listing down food blogger in Penang. I would like to have your personal email and contact number as well if possible. Thank you!

    Regards

  167. Sandra Saw

    Dear V Keong,

    Good day.  My name is Sandra Saw who is the 2nd generation of Nyuk Pau Beef Noodle.  This beef noodle was my parents creation which different from the Hainanese style.

    Currently i have brought over this to Johor Bahru, i would like to invite you to come over to taste and give us some comment on it so that i can improve it and expand it.  My mission is to thank my parents on doing this business and grow the family, so i hope this taste i can let others to recogn and they will recall my parents’s creation.

    Would appreciate can hear from you soon. 

    Thank you and regards,
    Sandra

    Nyuk Pau Beef Noodle
    19, JALAN BESTARI 8/2,TAMAN NUSA BESTARI ,79150 NUSA JAYA ,JOHOR BAHRU
    (NEXT TO GIANT HYPERMARKET) Tel: +607-234 4648

  168. Kerson Media

    Hi VKeong, we’re proudly to invite you to participate in our KersonMedia (食尚)& Bloggers -Food & Beverage event “What do you say”

    Please contact me so that I can send you the detail =)

    Hope to get your reply soon.

    Thanks and have a great day

  169. Pan

    Hi, Vkeong,

    We would like to invite you to our chocolate appreciation and tasting session conducted by Chef Anil of Max Felchlin, Switzerland.

    Chef Anil has tremendous passion with Chocolate that is rooted in his expert knowledge and manufacturing know-how from working with the world-renowned chocolate producer, Max Felchlin of Switzerland and winner of the ‘Best Sugar Showpiece’ at the Coupe du Monde in Lyon, France. His recent accomplishments include Pastry Chef of the Year 2009 award for the USA.

    Please let me know if we can have the pleasure of your company.

    Thank you.

  170. Herukh Jethwani

    Hi V Keong,

    I am the owner of Fierce Curry House in Bangsar Utama and I wanted to invite you over to have lunch with me and taste our Biryani seeing you’re the top food blogger in Malaysia.

    We have had many reviews from publications and a few food blogs if you’d like to google us and check it out

    My number is 0192201945 and hopefully we can connect and enjoy some biryani and banana leaf over lunch.

    Thanks

    Herukh

  171. Backlane chef

    Hi V Keong
    You must high light to foodies in Malaysia that when they visit Chai Hong in Seremban for chicken rice, better ask the price before eating. Just yesterday 6 of us chicken rice and barley cost RM155.00 I think the owners have gone cuckoo other wise how can they charge like this. And when you are entertaining with guest, you just cannot make a fuss.
    Thanks

  172. Lily

    Hi V Keong,

    We would like to invite to attend our food tasting session located at Seremban, Muar, Johor & KL.

    Fyi, tmr we will be at Seremban one of the Chinese restaurant to conduct a food tasting with 3 chefs from KL.

    Pls contact me if you are interested to join us. I can be reach via 012 659 8811

  173. Chen

    Hi, V Keong.

    We would like to buy some articles from you. Can you please via email to you, so that we can know how to work together?

    Thx a lot.

  174. Nim Nathan

    Hi V Keong,
    I have emailed you an invitation to a hotel that just opened. The invitation is to objectively check out the venue. Kindly check your mail and revert.

    Thank you.

  175. Melissa Groot

    Hi V Keong ,

    We have just opened our 2nd outlet in Jalan Bangkung Midi 57 .

    Would like to invite you to experience Midi 57 at your convenience .

    Please revert to us if you would take up this invitation .

    Thanks n rgds

    melissa

      1. CL

        hi bro, thanks for all the pictures and food shared. Really enjoy reading your post and great pictures. Btw, did you make any editing on your pictures?

    1. claudia

      That’s a great combination, to travel and experience other countires food. As for eating/restaurants in Switzerland and Europe I recommend the restaurant directory MyTable.com (website and app). There you can search restaurants by price range, see the menu and read reviews. The app detects restaurants nearby and you can make you reservation directly online.

  176. Winyong

    Try to taste the chee cheong fun in taman perindustrian bukit serdang under the big tree stall van is a good taste chee cheong fun

  177. Gary YAP

    Dear VK

    Interesting work and I saved most of the GPS for my future reference. How bout Muar? Any goodies there?

    Bergds
    Gary YAP

  178. David Yap

    Dear VK,

    I am running a steamboat restaurant at Kuala Lumpur. I would like to invite you to my restaurant to taste my special steamboat (which we use only charcoal – totally different from other steamboat restaurant).

    My address is as follows:-

    RESTORAN SUMI NABE STEAMBOAT
    H-0-6, M-AVENUE,
    NO. 1, JALAN 1/38A, SEGAMBUT BAHAGIA,
    51200 KUALA LUMPUR.

    Pls contact me (019-2265512) if you are not familiar with this area.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks!

    Warmest Regards
    David Yap

  179. Anonymous

    hai vkeong, l like your food blog and your simple
    comment and info. i just open a salted chicken 3 months ago, ” Yummy Salted Chicken ,’ in Malacca using Aust.
    salt to bake like the one in Ipoh. If you happen to visit Malacca Pls drop by or call 016-6657886, My address is
    53-L, Jln ong kim Wee, 75300 Melaka.
    Hope to hear from you soon.
    than you

  180. Hj

    Consider restoran venny located right outside of Lowyat’s main entrance. IMHO their char koay teow taste very good. Of coz with extra spicy and cockles. I’m a fan of char koay teow but haven’t got the chance to travel, and of many places I tried. I have to say they serve the best. Again, it’s just my taste and my opinion

  181. Morelli

    Dear VK,

    We love to invite you to our restaurant and to have your honest opinion about our food. We serve non-halal western and some asian food.

    Our address is Morelli’s Restaurant @ Bayu Angkasa Condominium Clubhouse, No 4, Jalan Medang Kapas, Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar 59100, Kuala Lumpur.

    Please feel to contact me for direction 0123276761.

    Hope to have you in our restaurant.

  182. Barbara

    Hello
    My name is Barbara Theron, I’m event manager for “The Week of Taste Malaysia 2012″. This event will take place from the 15th to the 21st of October 2012 in KL, Penang and Langkawi.

    Several themes are organized around this event: The Tables of Taste, The Workshops of Taste and the Lessons of Taste.

    1/ Tables of Taste is for restaurants offering high quality products and culinary innovation.
    2/ Workshops of Taste aims at professionals to promote their products through animations (wine tasting, cooking class…)
    3/ Lessons of Taste is a program in collaboration with the Taylors’ university to educate young people to the taste

    And on top of that, the Publika Trade Fair the 19, 20, 21 October 2012 (90 exhibitors, over 2000 visitors)

    The Week of Taste is a fantastic event on which the food industry can rely to communicate and attract new customers.

    Our website is online, please visit http://www.theweekoftaste.com.my and our Facebook page “the week of taste Malaysia 2012” to reach a wide audience and multiply the communication around this event.

    Please note that the press conference will take place the 25th of September at Publika Solaris Dutamas.

    I rely on you to spread the information and be present at the press conference.

    Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information.
    I’m looking forward to hear from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    Ms Barbara THERON
    Event Manager – The Week of Taste Malaysia 2012

  183. Alfred Smith

    Hi,

    This is Alfred, I went through your site: vkeong.com while surfing in Google, I am very much impressed with your site’s unique information.

    I work as a content writer in many travel communities and love the opportunity to guest post for your readers. I would like to give you a unique article on any travel related theme. No duplication or copying of the article is done. I assure you that the article will be published only on your site.

    The best part is I won’t be charging you a penny, but in return all I need is just one link within the article.

    Looking forward for a positive reply.

    Yours truly ,

    Alfred

  184. Xingkai Ong

    Hi, It’s me who introduced you to munakata years back.

    I just notice last month that the restaurant is no longer in Life Center, any idea where it went?

  185. Aznor Azizul

    Dear admin,

    I am writing on behalf of my management Kunang Kunang Restaurant to
    introduced you to our restaurant as one of the recommended event venue
    either for weddings, corporate functions, dinner and many more. This
    restaurant designed with the garden concept in mind, so that the
    customers will feel the natural ambiance while dining and hanging with
    their friends. Fresh air and unique setting make Kunang Kunang
    Restaurant a perfect place to host many kind of events from corporate
    functions, annual dinner to family gathering and parties. Our
    restaurant are currently available to accommodate 250 persons at one
    time.. if you need anymore inquiries you can email directly and I will
    sent out proposal regarding our restaurant as the selection of venues
    which you can trust..

  186. Sandy

    Hi there,
    I am looking for a western food caterer that caters non-halal food. Do you know of any good ones in town? Thanks

  187. Conrad Goh

    Dear vkeong ,
    Good day, my name is Conrad Goh, I’m an intern student from Asia Media Bhd. I’m currently doing a food blog project. I would like to promote your food blog contents such as food pictures and information regarding to the delicious food and interesting places that was posted in your blog upon your permission. I hope you would grant us permission to promote your content in our transit TV on rapid kl & JB buses, we have about 1500 buses and each buses consist of 2 LCD screens where we promote your blog and your video. This is will be a contra basis deal.
    We are a media provider, offering high-quality infotainment and targeted advertising through the use of digital electronic displays installed in various outdoor premises. Recognised as the ‘Largest Transit-TV Network’ in Malaysia, as awarded by The Malaysia Book of Records. Asia Media has 3,993 LCD screens installed in 1,800 buses travelling in the market centric hubs of Klang Valley and Johor Bahru.
    I’m looking forward to your reply. Here is my email: azlan.lax@gmail.com.
    For more information about us, visit us at http://www.asiamedia.net.my/.

    Best Regards,
    Conrad Goh
    Intern

  188. Louis

    Best Tilapia in Puchong Bandar Puteri
    Must try :-

    Restoran Yu ShiFu (魚師傅清蒸金鳳魚)
    G-22, Jalan Puteri 4/9,
    Bandar Puteri,
    47100 Puchong, Selangor.

    P/s: Nearby Puteri Mart, new shop lot area.

  189. lenny

    inspiring foodblog indeed! found ur blog when googling halal eateries in Europe. unfortunately not many halal restaurants that i can find. would be a plus if you include halal eating spots from around the world! will recommend ur blog to my traveller-friends.

  190. MyFoodBlog

    With an Alexa ranking of 252,000, I see you are doing very well indeed with your food blog. Kudos for someone at your age of 27, it’s really fantastic.

  191. Marcus Cheong

    Dear VKeong,
    My restaurant Koufu Trendy Chinese Cuisine is opening soon in this June in One City USJ25, Subang Jaya, Selangor. It main signature dish is Fook Chow Red Wine Chicken Mee Sua and also the homemade-handmade noodle from Sitiawan. The red wine mee sua cooked my my mother in law and is really taste good compare to outside restaurant and the noodle is really different from others as the noodle business started since 1977. I read your blog knowing you stop responding to invitation and I really don’t know what to do. I just need your opinion on how can you help me on my restaurant launching. Really wish you will reply my message. Thanks… Marcus

  192. max (CLP)

    if you happen to drop by prai again, do visit wai sek kai lane again. there is 1 stall selling economy fried mee hoon,mee,koay teow. the stall had started since 1977. simple yet nice.

  193. john lim

    hi vk,
    its a penang prawn mee speacialist just opening beside the sunway university,same row with subway. you may try it

  194. James Tan

    Hi VKeong,
    Good day ! I am a big fan of your blog.

    I am a veteran in F&B, having worked in hotels, and owning catering and restaurant business for 30 years. My speciality is Western cuisine. I recently opened a Western cuisine restaurant at The One Terrace Plus, Bayan Baru (diagonally opposite D’Piazza) focusing on quality food @ affordable prices.

    I know you mentioned that you no longer entertain invitations but it will be my pleasure to have you pay a visit to my restaurant to try out the various specialties and write a review. If your time permits, we can arrange a time so that we can meet up at my restaurant..

    My restaurant is called “JT Western Station” and is located at 1-1-11, Tingkat Mahsuri 5, The One Terrace Plus.

    Looking forward to hear from you ! Thank you !

    James Tan
    019 662 1673
    Facebook : JT Western Station
    Twitter : @JTwesternfood

  195. jk lim

    Thanks a million, i had wangyu 7 at Maria’,s and it is heavenly. Been looking for good steaks for a while, last was at Prime , Pampas and Havana , Opus at bungsar . Any other place that can compete with Maria’s. Thanks to you i can bring friends to a great steak house. so far they are very impressed. Thanks again . john lim

  196. ross

    Ah Keong, nice corner u got here.
    I wl post you on FB.
    Thanks for the stories, I hv stories abt where to eat what… another time.

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