Wai Kei serves one of the most popular wantan mee in Puchong. For many, it is also known as Puchong Fatt Kee wantan mee. A close friend of mine who went and try it came back with a positive response, so I drove here all the way from Kepong to give it a try.
Akashi BBQ is the branch of Taishu Yakiniku with a different name - that alone says a lot about this Japanese BBQ joint.
For some of you, this would mean that you don't need to travel all the way to Taman Desa anymore. But for us, it doesn't really make much difference since we stay in Kepong.
The truth is that it is hard to find a decent Nasi Kandar in Klang Valley, at least one that could satisfy a Penangite’s craving. I can understand the lack of enthusiasm towards Nasi Kandar among KL people because I have to agree with them that it is more like an overpriced curry rice over […]
Back in my uni days, Everyday Food Court was one of our most frequented food courts not only because it was the largest around, it is also open air with quite a number of good food. I could remember the prawn noodle, chili crab with fried bun, grilled seafood and Sarawak hand made noodle were […]
When having dinner together one night recently, a close friend of mine AhJames mentioned to me that Everyday Food Court‘s Roast Duck Rice is quite good. Heeding his recommendation, I purposely dropped by Puchong one day for lunch at the said food court even though my office was located at Cyberjaya. This food court was […]
My visit to Kuching about three years ago opened my eyes (and mouth) to some really nice hawker food like Kolo Mee, Sarawak Laksa, Sio Bee and Teh C Peng Special. Among all I missed Kolo Mee and Teh C Peng Special the most. It’s difficult to find someone who prepares Kolo Mee like how […]