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Posted by foodees on April 19, 2009

Hi all, we have moved to Apple Foodees due to some technical problems in this page. Please revert to that url.

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Yong Tau Foo @ PJ Old Town – Gerai Seong Kee

Posted by foodees on April 1, 2009

Normally, during the weekdays people tend to choose a lighter meal for lunch. Sitting in the office typing away on the computer does not really use up all the food we have eaten for the day. So, we went to this hawker stall in PJ Old town. It was recommended by a colleague of mine. There were many choices you can choose from the whole list menus such as Yong Tau Foo, Curry fish head, Assam fish, Fried chicken wing, Hack Ka Cha Youk (Hakka fried pork) to Vinegar Pork Leg. As we are tight for time, we tried the Yong Tau Foo.

My first choice was definitely had to be the one with the least meat (Keep Fit Ma) and I got myself a tau foo, a chili, two egg plants and a lady finger. Regardless of what my colleague said, I personally feel that it tastes quite normal. Nothing so fancy about it. However, there is one thing I noticed about this Yong Tau Foo is that it is less oily compared to other stalls that I had eaten before.

My friend had the Hack Ka Cha Youk (Hakka fried pork). Well, it looks delicious and according to him, it tastes “fantastic”. Well, I assume it would be nice if this dish were to be enjoyed with rice.

PJ Old Town – Gerai Seong Kee address is at Jalan Terus 4/42, 46050 Petaling Jaya. It is located next to the wet market.

While I was having my lunch happily, two men sat at the next table to us. One of the uncle called for the lady boss and said that he had pre-ordered “Curry Fish Head” earlier through a phone call. My first thought was “why did he ring the stall up just for some Curry Fish Head for lunch?” I guess “Curry Fish Head” will be my next option at PJ Old Town. ^^


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Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant

Posted by foodees on March 29, 2009

Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant a newly open buffet restaurant in town! Located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur at Ground Floor, Federal Bowl, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang Central, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

It was almost Earth Hour when our gang went into the restaurant. What attracts us the most was it was also their promotion time! At 50% off for all sessions. Just like Jagoya, you would need to make payment at the counter first before entering.  Prices are at RM75.00++ per person for Buffet Dinner from the hours of 18:00-22:00 which is cheaper than Jagoya I would say. The plus point is that we got 50% off as well so it was really a Great Deal! Please be noted that promotion starts from March 2009 til end of April 2009.

Many varieties of fresh sashimies at the Chef bar. The picture tells it all. <winks>. Great job Yaki-Yaki!

Taken at a slight lower angle. Lol, the pots are not empty btw. These are cooked foods corner at Yaki-Yaki. You get to choose from freshly baked crabs, roasted chicken, thai chillies prawns etc.

Unagies on the roll.. The oysters are simply delicious. Not as big as Tenji Buffet though.

More sashimies on the go. Simply delicious!

This was kinda unique. Looks like our normal Sunday breakfast at kopitiam, but the little sprinkle of chillies were quite spicy. Nice one!

This restaurant uses the Japanese White Charcoal as the base for the Hot Grill. The owner of the restaurant really made an impression on this and had specifically mentioned this on their soft towelette indicating the benefits of this charcoal! Wow.. Here goes “Firstly, no smoke, no odor while burning. It is suitable for long burning time, less ash, and perfect for barbeque. Absorbs odor, moisture, harmful substances and removes poisonous gases. Lastly, it emits far infrared-rays and generates negative ion.”

Not too sure what that means but sounds sophisticated. Thats not all, the towel are in compliance with ISO 9001:2000 certified. Superb world-class hygienic standards towel. Isn’t it kinda “Bom” attraction?

More seafood… yahoo!

Oyster cheese with fish paste and some fresh clams…

Drinks corner. These ranges from Kiwi, Mango, Blackcurrant, Guava, Pink Guava, Orange, Apple, and etc. The fridge towards the right is where you get the marble like dessert. Simply sweet~~

Espresso was the BOM for after meals. The queue was a long one towards the end of the day.

Simply fabulous time spent here and love it. What most people crave for in a buffet, you can find them all at Yaki-Yaki. Foods are constantly served hot mind you.

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Moussandra Mediterranean & Tapas Restaurant @ KL PLAZA – Malaysia

Posted by foodees on March 29, 2009

Yesterday I went to this Mediterranean and Tapas restaurant in KL Plaza for lunch. Moussandra Mediterranean & Tapas Restaurant is a quite a cosy and romantic place with some huge candle lights surrounding the area. Then we started off with the appetizers.

The first one that we had was this deep fried Mozzarella cheese.  Definitely opened up our taste buds and was quite a special dish. There is some sort of a spaghetti sauce that goes along with the cheese but I liked it plain.

Then we had this meatballs in brandy sauce. I find the meatballs had a strong smell to my liking. It didn’t taste as good as it looks though.

The next dish that arrives was the Ternera Con Vino Tinto which is also known as Sauteed beef rib-eye in red wine sauce. It was just okay but it is certainly better than the earlier meatball.

Then we had our main course which was recommended by the chef. Lots of seafood swimming around as you can see from the picture.  There’s mussels, clams, prawns, fish meats etc. The rice was a little soggy, guess the cook had added too much water.

A meal is not complete without the appetizer. That’s true, hence we had to order their special dessert. I would say this was the best dish of all. It looks great and it taste great! The ice- cream was home-made and was really different with any other commercial ice-cream. Do give this a try if you are planning on to taste some Mediterranean food there…

Here is the location’s address :

Sub Lot B-8, Mezzanine Floor, KL Plaza

179, Jalan Bukit Bintang,

55100 Kuala Lumpur

03-2144 0775


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Balance Diet?

Posted by foodees on March 24, 2009

Yummy~~ Looks delicious.

Bagel 'n' Coffee Station

Bagel 'n' Coffee Station

I tried this at Hartamas Shopping Centre the other day. It taste fluffy on the inside and slightly chewy on the outside. Not bad for a quick lunch but its a little pricey at RM14.60 for a set of bagels.

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