Pak Thong Seafood Restaurant Kepong Kuala Lumpur

Pak Thong Restaurant @ Kepong Baru

Most of the seafood restaurants in KL usually import large mangrove crabs from Indonesia, but Kau Kiah (owner of Pak Thong) prefers to use local ones all the way from Sabah. Since the crab is monstrous, it's not surprising that they cost RM140/kg. When you have a crab so fresh, steaming it is a no-brainer and possibly the best way to cook it too.
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Kali Little Garden Seafood Restaurant @ Pandamaran Jaya, Klang

The number of times I have been to Klang can be counted on one hand so it is pretty much an unknown territory to me. But last weekend I had the pleasure of dining...
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10 Penang Curry Mee To Eat in Klang Valley

I am a huge Penang Curry Mee lover and I could almost eat it daily. Ever since I have settled down in KL I have been on the hunt for good tasting Penang Curry...

Yuzu Japanese Restaurant @ The Gardens Mid Valley City

While everyone is flocking to the newly opened Hokkaido Ichiba at Mid Valley The Gardens, I headed to the more established Yuzu instead after gathering many positive feedbacks. Among the many restaurants in this...

Freshy Freeze Stir-Fried Ice Cream @ Nu Sentral Mall, KL

Stir-fried ice cream is not new in Malaysia as some hotels prepares it as part of their buffet spread, and you can even find it at various night markets. The 'frying' process is a...
Tappers Cafe Dataran Pahlawan Melaka

Tappers Café @ Dataran Pahlawan, Melaka

While I was still working in Cyberjaya, Tappers Café was our regular place for lunch. Besides their signature colonial dishes such as Hainanese Chicken Chop, Tappers Café's sensibly priced menu also features a wide...

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