Shah Alam 6
We are not at the peak season of durian yet, but the fever for the King of the Fruits is hotter more than ever now. Durian cendol is not a new thing in Malaysia but a rojak & cendol stall in Shah Alam decided to take it it further by adding real and fresh durian fruits (never frozen) in their cendol. So essentially it's not durian cendol. Instead, it's durian in cendol.
Interestingly enough, Subang Bestari is not located in Subang, but in Shah Alam. This quiet and emerging township is seeing a lot of developments recently but most of the new commercial buildings are still empty. Places like this usually have a handful of hidden gems waiting to be discovered, and Hong Hong Village Food House […]
I am extra picky when it comes to Penang food found outside the state – whether in a hawker center, cafe or restaurant. Most of them are just bad if compared to the real deal, which is understandable so I have always distanced myself from such places. So, are there really no good eateries in […]
First thing first, enough of Ramadhan Buffet. I think I have blogged enough of it for this year. So, what’s better than Ramadhan Buffet? Definitely Bazaar Ramadhan. Every year during Ramadan month I will go to the bazaar nearest to my place, which is usually smaller in scale. But this year I decided to do […]
A short chit chat with Serai Satay Bar‘s owner Qistina revealed that their family restaurant – Serai Thai at Shah Alam serves one of the best Butter Prawn in Malaysia as voted by readers of The Star in 2008. Because Shah Alam is too far for me and I am not familiar with the city, […]
This curry laksa @ curry noodle stall is introduced by none other than my dear gf. When she was working as a industrial trainee in Shah Alam, her colleagues always brought her to Glenmarie for the famous curry laksa. She has been telling me how good the curry laksa tasted, which I can only ponder. […]