Petaling Street Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee @ Jinjang Utara

For some reason, I notice that popular food vendors from Petaling Street like branch out into Kepong/Jinjang area. It started with Hon Kee porridge, followed by the Portuguese grilled fish, Sze Ngan Chye roast duck and most recently Fried Hokkien Mee. The Hokkien mee mentioned is none other than Kim Lian Kee's - inarguably the most famous Hokkien mee restaurant in KL, since it's billed as the birth place of this ubiquitous noodle.

Burger Bakar Abang Burn Selayang (Revisit)

Just a quick one. Impressed by Abang Burn's burger bakar during my first visit to their Selayang branch, I returned again last weekend for a quick bite. This time however, resulted in a disappointing...
Pier 21 Food Court Terminal 21 Bangkok

Pier 21 Food Court @ Terminal 21, Bangkok

Terminal 21 might not be the biggest nor the best shopping mall in Bangkok, but we found ourselves returning here several times during our short stay - mainly for the restaurants and food court....

Mee Pok @ Coconut Garden Food Court, Muar

Coconut Garden is a popular food court in Muar, busiest between breakfast and lunch hours. It is also here where you will find one of the best Mee Pok in town. This simple but...

Big and Tasty Crabs @ B Lui Seafood, Kepong Baru

Looking for crabs in KL is easy with so many seafood restaurants around. But the real challenge is to look for one that has really large crabs without going out of town. And don't...

Bukit Cina Wantan Mee @ Dung Fong Food Court, Melaka

Melaka's Wantan Mee is one of a kind and you should give it a try whenever you pop by the state. Hailing from Penang where the Wantan Mee is prepared in dark soya sauce...

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