I rarely go back to the same restaurant twice because I have always believed in trying out new places. But after a string of Japanese food mishaps recently, I thought it might be a good idea to stick to trusty Yuzen for the time being. And I am glad to say that they didn't disappoint at all in my last couple of visits.
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is a casual dining restaurant chain from Singapore. Besides desserts, Sheng Kee also offers a selection of delectable flavors of Hong Kong cuisine including snacks, dim sum and various rice and noodle dishes.
Besides Aunty Gemuk, Lau Wan is another pork-free Penang-style char koay teow in PJ. Apparently, his char koay teow is so good that it recently won The Star People's Food Awards for the best char koay teow category. In fact, it beat the runner-up by almost double the votes. With that in mind, I had to drop by and try it for myself.
When it comes to food, Cheras offers an overwhelming selection. Admittedly, we are noobs in this side of KL so we usually rely on friends' recommendations to eat around. For steamed fish head, we were told to go to a restaurant without a name located in an obscure part of the town. It sounded so mysterious!
7th Mile Kitchen could very bell the most Sarawakian eatery in the entire Klang Valley. They serve quite a number of Sarawakian hawker food such as Kolo Mee, Sarawak Laksa and even Tomato Koay Teow. It's a popular place to eat so getting a table here is tricky especially in the weekends.