Krishna's Fish Curry (Indian cuisine) 21Aug2010 Lunch

Clarice Thursday, September 30, 2010 , , ,
Millenium, same row with CKS Supermarket.

A continuation of our HK friends 9days trip to KK. Sorry for being MIA for so long as I was away from KK for more than half an month of September to KL (for attending friend's wedding) and subsequently, family trip to ShenZhen. Just landed and touched down at KK last night... exhausted!!!!!

21 August 2010, after having breakfast of fish noodles and tom yam at Kedai Kopi Janggut at Hilltop, we headed for a tour to few places such as KDCA, St Michael Church etc etc... Everyone were sweating badly at this hot weather but somehow with each other companion and laughter, we all still enjoying to the bits. :)

Not too hungry and since we planned to bring our HK to Lembah Impian Country Homes in Penampang, we decided to have something simple but special at Millenium area. We picked Krishna's Fish Curry for its Roti and fish head curry.

Surprisingly, everyone LOVE the food at this shop, including all the kids. Kids all time favourite - MILO and now Roti Telur (egg) and Roti Susu (milk). As for adult, everyone were working so hard on fish head curry, assorted vegetables, fried squail, mutton curry, beef curry etc etc...

What we always like bout this shop is that the food is FRESH and FLAVOURFUL. Even a simple roti itself, can taste real plain but crispy and not oily. Also, need to compliment on its dhal gravy and also fish curry that come with the roti. Plain dhal is rather plain but rich of dhal taste, whereas the fish curry is bit spicy but rich of the fresh fish taste. Both go well with roti, depends on each's preference.

Roti Canai

Milo Ping (Kids' all-time-favourite)

Teh Tarik Madras with ginger

Roti Susu

Roti Tissue

Roti Telur

Everyone were busy eating but still could smile for the camera... :)

By looking at the empty plates on the table, could already guess how satisfied were all our guests. :)

Total bill paid: RM150.00
(too busy eating and didn't even notice our Mr Lee went over to the counter to settle the bill till he was back. Mr Lee still made fun with us and said the boss was kind enough to discount him RM3.50 off the original price RM153.50. )
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Restoran Mo Sang Kor Bakuteh, Puchong

Mo Sang Kor Bak Kut Teh
No.54, Jalan Puteri 2/4,
Bandar Puteri Puchong,
47100 Puchong, Selangor,
Business Hours: 8am – 3pm every Mon – Sun & 5pm – 10pm for Sat – Sun
Tel no: 03-8063 8373 / 012-295 2955
 Braised Bean Curd RM6.00
I was informed by my friends that Mo Sang Kor Bakuteh had opened a new branch in Puchong. For those who were unaware, Mo Sang Kor is one of the famous BKT in Klang. Now that they had a branch in Puchong, I was more than happy to give it a try.
Vegetables RM6.00
Fyi, authentic Klang BKT don't use the claypot gimmicks, only bowls are used. Normally, a small bowl serving for a single person.
Braised Chicken Feet RM6.00
I like the Braised Chicken Feet. It was flavourful and soft. The skin of the chicken feet had absorbed the gravy very well.
Pork Intestines RM6.00
When eating BKT, pork intestines are also something not to be miss. Although the soup given was very limited, it was extra-ordinarily good. The soup was very strong in flavours.
Pork Ribs BKT RM9.50
Needless to say, the Pork Ribs BKT was so good. The thick and dark soup goes very well with the pork ribs. Usually, pork ribs are slightly tough but this simply melts in your mouth as a result from long hours of cooking.

Some might feels that the BKT at Mo Sang Kor are quite pricey and the soup are so precious to them that you weren't allow to top-up more soup, but for those who had been to Mo Sang Kor at Klang, will probably not mind paying for such a good quality of BKT.

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Fried Carrot Cake @ Segama

Fried Carrot Cake's Stall
Location: Opposite Mee Fook Yuen at Segama
Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 2.5/5
During my childhood, my mom always brought us to the hawker's stalls at Wai Sek Kai, Pudu for dinner. One of my favourite dish at the hawker's area was the Fried Carrot Cake. Being in KK, I seldom come across the Fried Carrot Cake's stall until recently when I passed-by Segama shop lots. I noticed the stall, hence, I wouldn't want to let go the chance to try it.
Located under the bridge, opposite Mee Fook Yuen, this humble stall caters mostly for the passer-by at that area. Jack told me that he frequented the stall during the times he was working at KPMG. Since it was a tourists area, many tourists were attracted to get a bite of the Fried Carrot Cake too.
The Carrot Cake was fried freshly on-the-spot.
Fried Carrot Cake RM5.00
Simple ingredients such as eggs, preserved radish, bean sprouts and Chinese leeks were used to fry the Carrot Cakes. It was simple but tasty.

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Amber Chia Conference @ Sentidos Tapas, Starhill

Trista Wednesday, September 29, 2010 , ,
Feast Floor, Starhill Gallery,181,
Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 KL.
Tel: +60 3 2145 3385
Fax:+60 3 2145 3387

CellSafe International Group, took the initiative to organize a press workshop on the September 8th 2010 with the theme "Discover Stem Cell with CellSafe and Amber Chia" at Sentidos Tapas, Starhill, Kuala Lumpur. I was lucky to be able to tagged along with my friend and joined the workshop.
Besides being able to get a taste on the fingers food served during the conference, we also get to learn more about stem cells.
Since that we were early, we get to enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant before the conference started. It was really relaxing sitting in the restaurant.
Couldn't imagine that there will be such a nice view from the restaurant. Greens is not only good for our eyes but also our minds.
I couldn't wait to see Amber Chia. I'm kind of admiring her. Okay, no offense for those who doesn't feel the same ways than I do.
During the conference, Amber Chia who is currently pregnant and expecting her first baby, has been officially announced as the spokesperson of CellSafe to promote awareness of cord blood stem cell preservation. Looking at her vibrant face, she seems like glowing even though she was carrying her unborn child.
It's time to enjoyed some fingers food after the conference. We get to mingle around, taking photos and of course, have a bite on the good food served.
Grilled Seafood
This post is mainly talking about food, so, I guessed I'll need to add some comment about the food served. Overall, the taste of the food are good. Fresh and good quality ingredients being used. I'm sure that I'll be back for more food next time.
Prawns Stick
Mini Pies
Mini Burger
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Restoran Apiwon @ Luyang

Restoran Apiwon
Location: In front of Cons Food, near Lintas Supermarket
Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
It was time to bring our car for service. After the car service, we went to Luyang area for breakfast. Jack told me to blog about Apiwon since both of us seldom visit the restaurant and couldn't recall how the food tasted anymore.
Fish Ball and Seafood Noodle RM6.50
The shop was crowded with people early in the morning. Spotted most of the patrons nearby were having Fish Ball and Seafood Noodle, I opted for one too. It was not bad. The prawns were fresh and the fish balls was springy and tasted good.
Beef Noodle RM6.50
The Beef Noodle's soup was clear and wasn't oily. The beef was tender and the beef ball was good. Overall taste, it was just okay.
Chili Sauce
My friend used to tell me that the main attraction of the shop was actually the chili sauce. The extra hot taste of the chili sauce enhanced the taste of the noodles.
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