Pan Mee @ Damai

Angeline Wednesday, September 30, 2009 , , , , ,

This morning we went to Damai for pan mee. The restaurant is located near Mr. Bread. It is a corner shop lot and most people only go there for pan mee. We forgot to take a look at the signboard but we are sure that the restaurant is not Xiang Xiang Pan Mee.

I ordered a kon lou pan mee special and Monica ordered the soup pan mee special. This is our second time visiting the restaurant. I have tried the soup pan mee and it was pretty good, so, this time i decided to try their kon lou pan mee. Without disappointment, the kon lou pan mee tasted good too. The price for our pan mee is RM4.50 each.

Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
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Fratini Italian Restaurant @ Warisan Square

Angeline Saturday, September 26, 2009 , , , ,

Went to Fratini Italian Restaurant for lunch after our Fat-Burning and Therapeutic Stretch classes and 1 hour of spinning. Although the restaurant have been operating in Warisan Square for quite some times, we have never try it before, not even once do we have the urge to check it out. Not because of the reviews of the restaurant is bad nor expensive, just because we have never think about Fratini when we feel like having Italian food.

Mixed Salad (tasted average)

Seafood Soup (too salty and the seafood doesn't taste fresh)

Quaterly Filled Pizza (the tasted is not bad and I actually like it)

It costed us RM65.45 including 2 drinks. It is worth a try but I'll only be ordering the pizza if there is a second time.

Service: 4/5
Cleanliness: 4/5
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Hawker Stalls @ Tanjung Aru

Angeline Friday, September 25, 2009 , , , , , ,

One of Jack's friend recommended the burger at the hawker stalls in Tanjung Aru. The hawker stalls area was located behind the Tanjung Aru Plaza and next to the police station, just go in from the Tanjung Aru Plaza carpark and go straight to the end and you'll see it.

This evening, I went there for dinner together with Monica, Jack, Danny, Christine, Elaine and Katherine. We all were tempted with the Big Mouth Burger sells at one of the hawker stall which was also the one recommended by Jack's friend. We ordered two Big Mouth Burger, one with chicken patty and another one with beef patty. They have plenty of hawker stalls there which sells pizza, soto, tai chow,satays and bbq chicken wings.

Big Mouth Beef Burger with add-on egg RM10 (it is enough for three persons and it tasted good, but the bread is a bit too thick)

the burger looks bigger when you compare it with Danny's head

Big Mouth Chicken Burger RM9 (the beef burger tasted better, this is a little bit salty)

Little chef special pizza RM10 (from the Little Chef Pizza stall, the pizza bread tasted good but not recommended to order little chef special pizza, maybe can try out other flavour such as hawaian chicken or peperonni)

the pizza comes with a soup (but it was too salty and no one willing to drink)

fried prawn RM20 (Danny already eat few before this photo was taken, it tasted good and the prawn is fresh)

my ABC without milk and soft drink

Danny's order; Fried rice special

fried rice special (look nice but doesn't tasted nice)

Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
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Ramadhan Food Bazaar @ Asia City

Angeline Tuesday, September 15, 2009 , , ,
In KL, the most happening Ramadhan Bazaar was in TTDI and Shah Alam. In KK, when you mentioned about the most happening bazaar, they will suggested you to go Asia City.

Despite the rains, we went to Asia City Ramadhan Bazaar to explores (because it was the last day of the bazaar). It was our first time visiting Ramadhan bazaar in KK and it was good enough to fulfill our curiosity. We bought a lot of food from the bazaar and have a feast at home. The food is cheap and most of it tasted good too.

BBQ Chicken wings, chicken gizzard and fishes

Another stall selling the same stuff

Selections of kuih to choose

Fried noodles and nasi campur

Assorted kuihs

Colourful drinks

Ikan bakar (price vary from the fish you choose)

Selections of dishes for nasi campur

Kuih terang bulan (known as apam balik in KL) and murtabak

Colourful drinks to ease your thirst

Sotong kangkung(this stall also selling nice nasi kuning)

Sugar cane drinks, coconut drinks and favourite ABC

Beef satay, chicken satay and lamb satay

Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
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Malindo @ Wisma Merdeka

Whenever we go Wisma Merdeka, the only place you will see us having our lunch is Malindo. We love the nasi campur here as the dishes are uniques(some of the dishes is quite different from KL style) and nice. They do serves other food such as mee goreng, pasembur, curry noodles and etc.

The shop is at the 3rd floor of Wisma Merdeka, located outside the food court and if you go there during lunch time, you will never be wrong as you will see people lining up at the nasi campur stall. The crowds are very obvious compared to the opposite restaurant which also sells nasi campur.

Selection of dishes to choose for nasi campur

fried chicken,hotdog,nuggets,eggs,ulam and our must-have fried fish

the food is selling like hot-cake during lunch time

Another things to mention is the prices. If you are eating nasi campur, the prices varied by the dishes you chose and it will costs around RM7-RM8 for about 4 dishes you chose.

Service: 4/5
Cleanliness: 4/5
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Ramadhan Buffet @ Le Meridien Hotel

Angeline Thursday, September 10, 2009 , , , , ,
A must-try during Ramadhan is the buffet serves in hotels. We heard about the best Ramadhan buffet this year is in Le Meridien Hotel. Jack made an early booking the day before and we went there together after my evening class. Too bad that we forgot to ask Christine to lend us her member's card for discount, so, we have to pay the full price of RM75++ per person. However, the buffet is good enough to satisfied our appetites and our cravings for meats.

Besides Malay food, they also serves Chinese, Indian, Arabic, Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese dishes

the view from the main entrance
chinese dim sum and snacks corners
selection of ulams
drinks corner
japanese food corner
selection of salads

Indian food corner
Ice cream from vedablu and the add-on available
hawkers stall area
ABC stall
roasted lamb that almost finish( we were there late)

local kuihs
fresh seafood to pick for BBQ
BBQ fish and squids
BBQ prawns
my first attempt

my special dessert

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