Showing posts from March, 2012

Hanare Japanese Restaurant @The Intermark

My final post for this month and I will have a good rest for the blog and concentrate in my current business affairs for a while. Sorry readers. I hope you will still visit occasionally. Thank you. Without further ado, once again it is a Japanese restaurant called Hanare which is located at The Intermark. The Intermark is the shopping mall for Double Tree Hotel by Hilton Hotel. I hate the experience of parking here because I need to make a spiral turn for I don't know how many times until the 4th floor before I can find a spot to park my long and large car. Pretty dizzy and dangerous.  I have known this restaurant quite long ago which I think since last year. It is always in my list of restaurants that I wished to visit. The reason I am always not able to come here is because they do not serve buffet style and also they do not have my favorite Fresh Oyster. However, I made the point finally. A lot of chefs here working and cooking their own specialty food. Very el

45 minutes Pork Mee, SS15

Today I got my super cheap and with the highest quality tint for my car by Canny Cool at SS15. Just dislike to get into a car which I feel like a microwave. While waiting for my tint to be ready, I was introduced by the lady boss, Ms. Canny ( she is real pretty~ ) to a famous pork mee. She warned me that I have to wait for 45 minutes for my pork mee. So my first thought should be a lot of customers. This is the chef who is making the famous pork mee. Those are the bowls waiting to be prepared. While we are making the order, a lady warned us again to prepare to wait for 45 minutes. Full pack with customers as I have imagined and most of the tables are empty with only drinks. Vermicelli Pork Mee (Small) @RM5.70 Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 4/5 Price: 3/5 Overall: 3/5 - Very delicious indeed with lots of pork meat and pork intestine in it. The soup also is not very bad at all! Kuey Tiau Pork Mee (Big) @RM6.50 Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 4/5

The Bakery @Ukay Heights, Ampang

My breakfast choices under the same category with Levain Boulangerie & Patisserie , Ficelle Boulangerie & Patisserie and The Loaf  has increased with The Bakery has added into the list. The Bakery @Ukay Heights is opened by Thomas Francois Pagnoux, They has another branch opened at Sri Hartamas.  According to the French lady boss, this is an antique cashier machine which is only can be found at France. Baguette @RM4.30. This is my favorite bread which I always takeaway to accompany with delicious creamy butter. Other breads which are my favorite as well. This is their cake sessions. At the bottom of the shelf you will find Italian pasta and soups which are available to takeaway for you to eat at home or at work. Their patisserie session which is not as many choices as Levain Boulangerie & Patisserie . Choux Chantilly @RM4.50 Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 3/5 Price: 2/5 Overall: 3/5 - Very delicious and the best among all I have ordered

Jal Dae Ji @Korean Village, Ampang

Today I had the craziest attempt by taking my sister's mom to a Korean Restaurant. As far as I understand from my sister that her mom only likes dining places that have rice in their menu. So I thought Korean Cuisine should be something she would be worth to consider and try. Honestly, this plan has been always in my mind for a long time ago but I just never dare to make the move...not until today. Hehehe... This is the their stone oven for preparing the marinated meats. The suction system is at the side of the grill plate. Really a bad suction system. Once you enter the restaurant, after 5 minutes you smell the BBQ. Not really an advice for you to come here for a dinner which you have an activity later. Yang Gui @RM50.00++ Yang Gui is a Lamb Chop. Right now is in process. It is all ready! Outlook: 3/5 Creativity: 2/5 Taste: 2/5 Price: 1/5 Overall: 2/5 - As you can see the bones are more than the meat already cost RM50.00++, pretty expensive! Taste

Marufuku @JayaOne, Petaling Jaya

After our last group meeting at Fusion Haven , we gathered once again after almost 6 months apart at Marufuku, JayaOne. I have always been introducing freaking expensive Japanese cuisines but this time I will share the cheapest ever Japanese food that I ever had which taste so good which is worth every penny of it. FYI, when I brought my friends over here and all my friends said the same words after looking at the menu, "Why so cheap?" Hahahaha... This is the place it is located right beside Muse Bar & Club. Kakiage @RM2.00 Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 3/5 Taste: 3/5 Price: 4/5 Overall: 3/5 - Kakiage is a type of tempura which is made from mixed vegetables strip such as onions, carrots and burdocks. Sometimes it contains prawns. But not for this one. My friend said it taste good but I never like a deep fried food so my comment on this will be bias. House Special Udon (Cold) @RM6.00 Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 2/5 Taste: 4/5 Price: 3/5 Overall: 3/5 - Thi