Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
I chose the Wagyu cooked in Charcoal with Tempura meal, RM$200.
The wagyu beef was tender and exquisite, but would you believe it ... the Chawanmushi (Steamed egg) stole the show, the smoothest egg I have ever had!
Here's the RM$60 Cha-Soba with Beef Soup meal, excellent!
And to wash down what was a very memorable meal, BLACK SESAME ICECREAM ... exquisite!
Monday, August 27, 2007
Good Mixed Tom yam, good meehoon hailam with lotsa gravy, reasonable Pucuk Paku Special Fried Rice with Fried chicken bits and Egg Mata Kerbau (but not a patch on Santai's Nasi Goreng USA), and rather good Beef Masak Merah. Overall, it was good, but I do have a soft-spot for Santai! I did like the home-made barley, which I had 2 of!
Chinese version of tapas :-) Teochew Porridge with all the condiments ... beans and pork, boiled egg in stew-type sauce, omellette, chah-choy pork, pork fried with salted fish, steamed pork, and lap-cheong. Lots of pork ... all for 26 bucks including Loh Hon Goh drink.
For the address and other dishes previously reviewed, click here!
Sunday, August 26, 2007
What? Don't even ask the waiter for 'meats', this place strictly does FISH (steamed variety, fish maw, etc), other seafoods, and NOODLES.
How was it? The steamed pomfret was indeed very good, especially with the fried minced garlic garnishing. The Oyster Omellete 'Hoh Chien' was good as well. However, the Hokkien-style noodles (both the kuayteow - if this was Ipoh, they would have been shot! ... as was the meehoon) were dissapointing. Rather dry, blend, and not properly cooked.