This restaurant chain has about 6 outlets within Klang Valley namely Seri Kembangan, PJ, Puchong, Kajang, Taman Cheras and Kuching.
The foods served are great and authentically thai example of The Kengsom, Yellow Curry Crabs, Red Curry Fish, BBQ stuffs, Tom Yam, MiengKam and the Sour sauce Sotong or Fish!
One of their signature is the BBQ Pork Neck. Thinly sliced with special sour dipping sauce and going well with the beers or as the appetiser. They also have some crunchy salads with cashew nuts flat fish and crispy shripms. Another dish we tried was the Deep Fried Kangkong with special hime made sauce.
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This has been our favorite place for BKT after late night! During the younger days, we have been patronizing this particular store after party, as I guess it is the only BKT at the wee hours in Penang.
I admit it is not a fantastic BKT in town but acceptable in taste. I especially like the Pig Brain, Kidney and Liver where it serves in separate bowls. As for the rest of the ribs, belly, meat balls etc are all served in a big bowl. Their Fritters are crunchy even their operating hours are night time. The other thing I like about is their Yam Rice.
Other side dishes are the Salted Vege (Chai Boey) and Chicken Feets.
Add: Junction of Jalan Dato Keramat and Jalan Tramway (before the Dato Keramat Wet Market)
Business hours: 19:00-03:00
The coffee shop houses few hawker stalls. And the one I frequent is the Beef noodle. Lai Fong Beef Noodle has been in business for half a century.
The soup base is strong in taste and pungent. And they have all the beef parts you like to go with your choice of noodles. The Stomach, Tendons, Belly etc. Most of the parts are tenderly cooked where you just cannot resist.
Their home made chilli sauce just goes very well with that bowl of beef noodle.
Add: 138, Jalan Tun HS Lee
Business hours: 06:30-16:00
Close on Christmas eve and New year Eve
This young owner is very enterprising. Started from a small burger stall by the road side and ventured into this shoplot selling home made Burgers!
Simple decoration, self service counter, burgers are served in baskets instead of the usual wrapped up burgers. Everything just going well with such simplicity.
Their burger patties are home made as we can see the giant meat mincing machine near the kitchen, every individual patty are weighted and cook upon orders.
There are variety from beef, chicken, fish and pork! You may have your choice of doubling up your burger patty, bacons or cheese. Other side dishes are the Fries and Onion Rings. Top with their own Marshall sauce. Eat your heart out!!
A trip to the outlet is irresistible with all the flaming hot burgers you can find.
Add: Burmah Road (the row of shoplots before Penang Plaza)
Tel: +604 229 9124
Tuesday to Thursday 10:00-23:00
Friday to Sunday 10:00-00:00
Close on Monday
At the T-junction of Merican Road and Pahang Road, there is this stand alone stall selling wanton mee. Operated by a middle age guys with two other helpers.
The sauce is rich with well blended soy sauce. The wanton is petit and the stuffing is tasteful, as well as the roast pork. The only one thing I do not quite like is the noodles are overly cooked and too soft. However, it is very subjective as someone do like them soft.
Business hour: Night time only and close on Sunday
A very nice ambience restaurant serving very innovative Italian cuisine. Operated by two very friendly lady owners with lots of creativity and passion.
Usual Italian dishes made fusion. The night we were served with great surprises with greeny salad and followed with Beef Capaccio top with Rocket leaves. Then a big plate of Prawns Sashimi with organic Sea urchins nicely sitting on them, and Canadian Oysters on ice! Sweet and rawly fresh!
Another special creamy risotto with sea urchins, Lobster meat, Ikura and a sizeable lightly grilled Scallop! Mix them well and it gives you a very rich taste.
The most impressive dish will be the unique Foigras Pizza! We are totally gastronomically spoiled. Other dishes served were the grilled Sirloin steak, Grilled chicken where it is dry outside and perfectly moist inside. The Oxtail Penne is tastfully done as well.
Other than the foods, there are many wine and whiskey selection to pair with.
Add: 28, Peel Street, Central Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2850 8528
Closed on Sunday
This tea house started their business way back in the 30’s at the busy central district of Hong Kong island. Popular with their dim sum and morning tea.
Most of their customers are regular and majority of the tables are practically reserved every day! We were lucky to get a table for 2 on a Monday morning even though not much crowds but we can see many tables are put up with customers name printed on the reserve tag!
You can find the kind of olden days feeling in the restaurant and many waiters and waitresses are quite senior.
The dim sums here are served by the waiters on the hanging tray. They will walk around and telling you what their are carrying. Everyone will have probably only 2 to 3 portions. Guess that is why the dim sum are always hot and fresh. Har kau (Prawn Dumpling), Siew Mai are the must and we tasted something special at this restaurant is the pig liver siew mai! The Lo Mi Kai is also richly staffed with shrimps, mushroom and chicken.
Of course there are many other dishes to choose from. However, the bill does not come cheap as the average portion of dim sum will cost some HKD40!
Add: 24, Stanley Street, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2523 5464