Our dinner at Ju Yuan restaurant could be summarized in two words: spicily good. I probably overlooked the dishes’ ingredients while ordering and we ended up having lots of cili padi in our food. It was quite funny to see everyone breathing fire and chugging iced Chinese tea, yet couldn’t stop digging in because of the delicious food.
While I respect the dedication Aunty Gemuk has put into her craft over the past few decades, the same couldn’t be said for her pork free rendition of Penang Char Koay Teow. Many claim this is one of the best Char Koay Teow in town but I have to refute that wholeheartedly. I refuse to give in to the mass opinion that this is how Penang Char Koay Teow tastes like.
Only barely a month in business, La Cafe Memoire is one of the latest café to grace the TTDI neighborhood. Surprisingly, coffee is not their main focus and that is something I am actually glad for.
Tim Ho Wan is perhaps one of the more well-known dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong. Now that they have opened a branch at Mid Valley City, Malaysians need not travel to Hong Kong or Singapore for a taste of their acclaimed dim sum.
The fame of Tim Ho Wan began when it was awarded a Michelin Star in 2010. While it is not uncommon to see restaurants with Michelin Star in Hong Kong, Tim Ho Wan’s ability to attain a star despite not being a fine dining restaurant gained a lot of attention.
Moreover, the chef’s intention was to serve quality dim sum at people-friendly prices. That earned his dim sum joint the reputation of being the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant.
We did not have the chance to try every stall at Kuan Lee but the Pan Mee and Pork Ball Noodles were delicious enough to stand out from the rest. Generally speaking, the prices here are still reasonable hovering around RM5 with decent portion sizes.
Kissburger is the only burger joint in Desa Park City. Opened not long ago.