Showing posts from April, 2017

The Shotlist, Sri Petaling

I do not know how many coffee specialist cafes are there in Klang Valley. For you infromation, Jalan Radin Bagus is the busiest street at Bandar Baru Sri Petaling. Just along Jalan Radin Bagus alone, there are more than 6 cafes that I have spotted.  The Shotlist is one of them. To be different than other cafes, effort of serving an excellent coffee is no longer enough. Not a lot of people has the unique tongue to taste the different in coffee. To be different, it is highly depending on the variety and the quality of food served. We had Honey Roasted Hazelnut Latte @RM12.90++ and Hot Toffee Nut @RM13.90++. The coffee taste is excellent and the other extra taste is just the syrup to reduce the bitterness of the coffee. For those who can't tolerate caffeine very well can give this a try. Mushroom Soup @RM10.90++ Outlook: 3/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 4/5 Price: 3/5 Overall: 3/5 - Delicious creamy smooth soup with mushroom bits. Even kids who hates mushroom would love

Omaya Korean Spiced Chicken, SS15

The most hype Korean cuisine right now is Omaya Korean Spiced Chicken restaurant. People is willing to wait for hours for it. I, myself have waited for the whole 90 minutes. Their first branch is located at Menara Rajawali, SS15. To those who know this area probably will know that two famous INTI college and Taylors college are located just next door. Without a doubt, this place definitely crawling with students. There are some travelling students from Segi College and Sunway College which is not far away to add the waiting time even longer. You are advised to make an reservation at least one day before the trip. If you are going to dine during the weekends, you should do it even earlier to avoid disappointment. They already have another new branch at Solaris Mont Kiara to serve more customers at Klang Valley area. They do sell alcoholic drinks but most of them will choose this rainbow drink which is also kids favorite. Nothing special about the taste but just the appearance

Muzium Kapal Selam, Tanjung Klebang

The latest eye-catching tourist attraction in Melaka is definitely the Submarine Museum or known as Muzium Kapal Selam in Malay language. It is located at Pantai Klebang which is through land reclamation.  The entrance fee is reasonably cheap which is at the cost of RM5.00 (adult) and RM3.00 (child). When they are first opened to public, the price was RM3.00 for adult and free for kids. This submarine is named SMD Quessant Agosta 70 which is made in France. The submarine used to be used to train the first Royal Malaysian Navy crews from 2005 to 2009. The submarine was lastly used by the Royal Malaysian Navy and French Navy in July 2009 when journey through the Atlantic Ocean was made. On 23 September 2011, Malaysian Ambassador to France Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Zainal signed an agreement for the ownership of the unused submarine with French Defense Minister. The decommissioned submarine was transported by sea by Felda Transport Services Sdn. Bhd. and Jumbo Shipping. It depart