It was a rainy afternoon and I wanted something soupy and yummy for my lunch. Ramen it is! Now the question is should I go to my favorite Ramen Danbo, or should I try the new place, Ramen Ryu-Shin. To be honest, I’m not sure if this place is new or just had a renovation, but if my memory don’t fail me then it is a new place.
The rain has stopped when I departed from my apartment. I walked pass Ramen Ryu-Shin and saw it was crowded and the place is small as well. Oh well, maybe just have lunch at Ramen Danbo as usual. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately?! cos I’ve been wanted to try another place), they were closed today! I walked back to Ramen Ryu-Shin and braced my self up to open the sliding door and entered the restaurant.
There are 7 people sitting at the bar area, all seats taken. Then I saw a girl on the left area but she said it was full there as well. At least I now know that there are another space to sit there! The area with table.
I waited for a while until someone finished their food. One of the foreigner at the corner left the restaurant so I sat there at his place. All other 6 people also left not long after..
A waitress gave me menu book. They have a lot of soup type! There are chinkan ramen, chicken based soup and pork based soup (tonkotsu). Each of them has option of shio (salt) or shoyu (soy saouce). They also have spicy ramen and super spicy ramen! I bet my close friend in Bandung will love it. And one more ramen that is rare to find in Ho Chi Minh City, which is Tantan Ramen. It looks spicy though (and it supposed to be spicy anyway).
I ordered Tonkotsu Ramen with Marinated Egg, flavor was salt (shio). While waiting for ramen to come, I took picture of the place. Should have taken more photos.. I was too shy to do it 😦
The Japanese chef served my noodle through the counter. This is it, the moment of truth. The noodle looked promising, even though there was no option to ask for how firm the noodle. The soup was thick and oily. I dig in and loved it! It was a bit salty at first, but later on it got better. Maybe because I didn’t mix it very well, or because of my tongue got used to it already lol. One thing I didn’t like was the pork. It was hard to cut and chew. It was not melted in my mouth!
The total with tax was 154k vnd. More expensive than Ramen Danbo. And taste wise it wasn’t that great compared to Danbo. Maybe next time I will try their tantan ramen. But overall it was a delicious ramen. If you want a different type of noodle then it is good to go to Ramen Ryu-Shin. Or if you want another kind of soup (not the pork based one), it is recommended to try as well. Their spicy ramen also interesting to try!
Thanks for reading.
Address : 15B/12 Le Thanh Ton, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
When I don’t know what to eat, usually sushi is always a good choice for me. Especially if I have to try a new place (and it was a recommendation from a friend). Genki Sushi is a sushi chain in Singapore and you will find a queue most of the time at their outlets. There are several outlets all over Singapore, such as in orchard central, bugis junction, and chinatown. We were in Orchard area at that time, and the closest one was in Takashimaya (Ngee Ann City), just next to a big Guardian store in Basement 2. Weird that they don’t have this outlet listed on their website.
There were some people before us on the queue, but it wasn’t take long for us to get our seat. The place is quite big as well. We got a seat at table number 2. Each table has a number and a station name. For our table, it was Ueno. Once we sat down, the waitress gave us an ipad with menu on it. First of all, we picked our drink. Hot green tea for me. They gave us the empty glass and I had to pour the green tea (2 small spoon is enough) and boiled water by myself, then mixed it with the back of our chopstick! Fun 😀
Next, we ordered food! Starting from the left is sushi menu. The unique thing from this restaurant is the way they deliver the food. They deliver it with a mini train! There are 3 lines of train on the side of the table. Each train can only bring 4 items. For example, we ordered 3 portions of salmon sushi, then we had to click 3 times and it filled 3 spaces of the mini train on ipad. Once we have 4 items on the train, we can click on execution / delivery. Then continue with another order! Can be another sushi, gunkan, maki, sashimi, fried dish, rice and noodle dish. Or even a dessert!
After a while, a train came to our table. Of course, I took a photo! Then we took out all of the food. Once the train was empty, we had to clicked on the button to send the train back. The button that we have to click is depend on which line the train is. There are 3 lines of railway. If the empty train is in number 2, then we have to click button number 2, which is in the middle. It was fun!
Their food was delicious as well. They were fresh and cooked well. I love all of the stuff that we ordered! Their price is reasonable as well. According to my friend, it is the same as sushi tei, but the food quality is better.
Once we finished with our food, we had to go to the cashier and mentioned our table. They showed us our order and after confirming it, we paid it to the cashier.
It was a new and fun experience for me. Plus the food was also yummy. I would recommend you to try this place when you are visiting Singapore. Genki Sushi also available in Japan (well doh!), USA, Hong Kong and China. Also, I would like to thank my friends for taking me to this place!
Have you tried this place before? Do you have any other place you would recommend for me to try? Let me know in the comment below.
As I visited London, I would need to find a good place to eat as well. You can read about places I visited in London here. I heard from my friends that the English food is not that good. So I had to find food from other countries there. The Indian food is famous in London and most of them are good according to my friend. I’m not a fan of Indian food but I guess I have to try it!
Here they are the places I visited for a meal in London :
When I just arrived in London, I was starving because I couldn’t eat on plane. I walked around from my hotel in Tower Hill area and found this place “Pod”. They have breakfast menu set with coffee. I tried Salmon Cream Cheese Bagel with coffee for £4.75. They were good. The bagel was authentic and I liked it. Salmon and Cream Cheese were awesome as well. Recommended for breakfast. Please note that they are closed on weekend and public holiday. They have some branches in London.
This place is available almost on every corner in the city of London. They are selling salad, sandwich (cold) and other simple meal. I ate here for lunch and realized they also served warm meal… I hate cold meal but already bought it. Some of their shops are open since morning for breakfast. The meal that I bought was not great for me.. At least the meat tasted good and edible.
3. Thai Square
Somehow I like Thai food since I tried it at Thai Street Saigon. For one of the dinner I went to Thai restaurant near my hotel. It is Thai Square. They have around 10 branches all over London. I tried the one at Minories street. I ordered pad si ew (fried flat noodle) and orange juice. Total bill was £14.29. Asian food is expensive in London!
The food was tasty although it was not as tasty as the on in Saigon 😀 The orange juice was a proper orange juice with no over-sweet taste. I saw a guy next to me have the chili and pickle seasoning set! So I asked for it from the waitress. They do have an authentic taste after all! I especially like their special chili sauce. They praised me for being able to eat that sauce, while in fact it was not spicy at all.. I can’t eat spicy food haha.
4. Borough Market
Good for breakfast and lunch. They have pretty much everything to cater one’s preferences. There are many vendors selling their stuff there and it was amazing. The taste mostly are delicious as well. I tried sausage butty (£3.5), Apple Juice (£1.5), Sausage bread (£1.5), Strawberry (£1.5), Pork Pie (£4.5) and Dolset Scallops (£6.5).
I loved them all! Sausage Butty is better with sauce (ketchup or chili). The apple juice was fresh and pure. Sausage bread was delicious, one of my favorite. Strawberries were sweet! They have 2 size of pack, we bought the bigger size and it was too much for 2 people haha. Pork pie was tasty as well. It was an award-winning pie. The skin was crunchy a bit and inside was minced pork meat. I couldn’t finish it alone. And lastly the dolset scallops! I saw some people eating it then I found the stall who sold it. The sign was saying “3 succulent ‘hand dived’ scallops served on a bed of stir fry and crispy bacon” How can I resist that! The scallops were big and juicy! Can’t have enough.. I wanted more.
5. Po Cha Korean Restaurant
I met with a friend who lives in England as well but not in London. We were looking for place to have lunch then my foursquare showed Po Cha as one of the best around the area of Waterloo. My friend is a fan of Korean food and she hasn’t eaten it since she moved back to England. We found the place and it looked authentic. There were some Korean customer as well. The place is small so we were lucky we came before lunch time. There were queue outside when we were waiting for our food.
They have a good deal lunch menu set, only £6 for food and tea! I ordered Kimchi Fried Rice. Somehow I craved for kimchi that day haha. When it came, I was shocked. The portion was huge! I couldn’t finish it in the end, but it was really delicious. A little bit spicy, from the kimchi. My friend also liked her food. We wanted to try another dish but we were too full already 😦 I recommend this place for you who are looking for Korean food in London.
I took picture of the tea brand as well because it was so good! I planned to buy it somewhere if I can find it! I looked at google and found the name. It was Dong Suh Brown Rice Green Tea. Time to visit the Korean supermarket nearby!
6. Monmouth Coffee
Okay this one is not a place to eat 😀 My friend and I were walking around Covent Garden when she suddenly wanted some coffee for the afternoon. She found Monmouth Coffee on the internet. Number 4th coffee shop in London according to google. The shop in Covent Garden is very small and limited seat inside. Most of the people bought a take-away. We got place to sit after we ordered our drink. I got myself a cappucino for £3.1.
I was worried a bit when I drank this coffee because usually I got upset stomach when I did. Surprisingly my stomach was fine! and the coffee also good. I guess this coffee was not as strong as Vietnamese Coffee (which always made me got upset stomach 😦 ).
They have another shops as well, and the one near Borough Market was very busy. Busier than this one.
To be honest, Paul was not my first choice when it comes to restaurant in London. Don’t get me wrong, I love Paul restaurant but there is one here in Saigon so I’d rather try another place to eat. Unfortunately that day every good restaurants that we wanted in Covent Garden was fully booked! We were in hurry to catch the train back for my friend, so we took whatever option we had. It was Paul 😀
I ordered Mussels in white wine, garlic and cream. It was on ” for sharing” section of the menu, but I finished it all by myself. Yup! I love mussels ❤ It was a good choice for me for dinner! £11.90 in total. We didn’t order drink, only tap water. I haven’t eaten mussels for so long and this one didn’t fail me.
If you are visiting Natural History Museum and are looking for a place to lunch, you can go to Tombo. They are serving Japanese food and all kind of matcha (green tea) drink. I love Japanese food so it was good that I found this place for lunch. Natural History Museum is a huge place, so you better fill up yourself before going in. I ordered Tonkatsu Curry Rice (£11.95) and houjicha matcha latte.
The food was delicious. Their portion is small but it was enough for me (somehow). The pork was well cooked and tasty. I think they marinated it first. The houjicha matcha latter on the other one was disappointing. I could only taste the milk and very thin tea taste 😦
Their price is a bit high, just like other Asian restaurant in London. But I saw many people coming in and even do delivery, so they must be reasonable price for Londoners.
9. Bodean’s BBQ
My husband wanted to eat meat dish before going out for the night. When I looked at foursquare (my favorite app), I found this Bodean’s BBQ and the review was good. And it was close to our hotel as well. Very convenient indeed. We tried to make a reservation before but apparently they only accept reservation for 8 or more people. Below 8 people need to walk-in to restaurant and see if they have space. It was quite early when we arrived so we got a seat.
For the drink I ordered Jef Root Beer. It was okay but I prefer other brand. We ordered Beef Burger (£8.95) and Ribs and Pulled Pork Combo (£15.95) for shared.
Ribs and Pulled Pork Combo
I didn’t try the burger but according to my husband it was so-so. The ribs was good though. Very soft and it was marinated well. Pulled Pork also delicious. Total payment for two persons including service charge was £33.47.
10. Chotto Matte Bar
It was Friday Night and we went to Soho to have a drink with friends. After asking around several bars, we ended up at Chotto Matte. The others were fully booked! Soho on Friday night is impossible. This place serves foods and drinks, but we just wanted to have a drink. Everyone has had their dinner before coming.
I ordered Flor the Manzana (£11), which is a mix of mango vodka, honjozo sake, apple, lime, passionfruit. I loved it! Fruity. They have a huge variant of drinks. You can check the menu first on their website.
I was walking with my husband along Thames river and it was lunch time. We tried to look for something different so we found this place which listed as tapas place. As we arrived there, we found out that this place is not selling tapas! They are the ‘all-day breakfast’ kind of restaurant. See their menu here.
This grain pancake was huge and thick! It tasted surprisingly good though. I couldn’t finish it because of too full. My husband ordered slow roast pork belly with kimchi pancake, gochujang ketchup, and sunny duck egg. I loved this kimchi pancake! I tried it a little at first but then I was hooked. Wanted more and more. Very addictive!
There are 3 branches of Caravan. The one I tried was in Bankside. The other two are at King’s Cross and Exmouth Market. Check their website here.
12. On The Bap
We had tickets for The Lion King Show on Saturday night, but we didn’t order dinner package. Therefor we needed to find another place to eat before the show. I found this Korean Restaurant near Lyceum Theater. It is at the same street, so very convenient. When we arrived, there was no queue outside but the place was very busy. We were lucky they have available seat, even though it was a small table. We saw a queue outside not long after we sat!
It was very nice to hear the staff (or maybe the owner also there) spoke Korean. Feels authentic 😀 Their concept of menu is like tapas. Everything comes in small portion.
On The Bibimbap
Yangyum Chicken with Garlic Mayo (Small size)
My favorite is Gimari Salad (£4.5) , fried seaweed roll salad with special sauce. It was sooo delicious. It is a kind of savory salad. Bibimbap (£7.9) was not bad but I like the one at Nikutaro Saigon better 😀 The chicken (£5.9)! I should have ordered different sauce… As must as I like garlic and mayo, this one was far from my expectation. Maybe another reason of it was because the chicken itself had no taste. So the sauce need to have strong flavor to compensate it.
If you visit London, you have to try one of their ‘traditional’ dish, Fish and Chips. The question is where to get the best fish and chips in town? There are a lot of fish and chips shops all around London but I didn’t know which one should I tried. I did some research on google and foursquare and found out about Poppies Fish and Chips. It has a good reviews and seems to be around for a very long time already (since 1952!). I found 1 shop near Spitalfield Market. A lot of people were eating it outside of the restaurant. I thought it was because of the restaurant was full, but it wasn’t.
We decided to dine-in instead of take away. The waitress reminded us that the price for dine-in is different than take away. It is almost double! We saw cod fish fillet was about £6, that was take away price. For dine-in, regular size cod fish and chips is £12.20. It is including chips and sauces. Please keep in mind that the service charge is 12.5% for eating in restaurant in London.
We ordered cod and halibut to try both. The portion was huge! It had a lot of chips as well. Chips is french fries in UK language 😀 They gave us sauces, chili, ketchup and mayo. This is the difference from take away. For take away no sauce and no cutlery (or maybe need to ask them).
Overall their food was great. Are they really the best fish and chips in town? I’m not sure since I’ve only tried theirs.
As a noodle lover, particularly ramen, me and my husband always wanted to try ramen (japanese noodle) in new place. We found this place in London, Kanada-Ya. It was said to be the best ramen in town. Hence, we tried it.
I ordered Tonkotsu Ramen. To be honest, I was disappointed with the taste. It was not as good as I expected. The broth was delicious but too porky for my taste. I still prefer danbo ramen in Saigon 😀
We wanted to eat something simple and not too expensive for dinner that day, and also need to be close to our hotel because we were very tired from the trip to Edinburgh. We found a pasta place on foursquare and it was at St Katharine Docks. Very close to our hotel. They made their own pasta and their menu also unique. Check it out in their website.
I ordered pasta with parmesan, pecorino and pesto. The shape of pasta is unusual but it was cooked al-dente. Their sauce also yummy, although for me it was a little bit bland. The cheese helped a lot though. The pasta was £9. Portion was just right. I could still ordered a dessert though..
The special dessert that day was salted caramel chocolate browny with ice cream. I was interested with salted caramel! So I ordered one and the browny was superb. I loved it! Browny was around £6.
16. Burger & Lobster
This place is very famous apparently. My friend suggested us to eat there as well, so we tried one in soho area. They have several branches. The place looks like a diner (or maybe they are?) with a lot of seating inside. When we came it was not full because it wasn’t dinner time yet. You might need to make reservation on peak hour.
I ordered 1 pound of lobster. I’m not a fan of lobster but this is a burger and lobster restaurant! Between those two, I preferred to try their lobster. It was a really good choice! Their garlic and lemon butter sauce is to die for. Very tasty. The lobster itself was sweet, although it was a little bit overcooked. The french fries were thin and crispy. I like this kind of fries! One portion of this was £23. Very expensive indeed!
My husband ordered their burger with lobster meat. He said it was okay and not special. So I guess for this restaurant better go for their lobster. I can be a fan of lobster for this one 😀
I heard from so many people that Indian food in London is really good. The problem is I don’t really know how to tell a good Indian food! I only had it once in Hong Kong haha. Once again my trusted app for food told me about an excellent Indian food near me. It was Dishoom. I went there with my friend before actually, but at that time it was fully booked and we couldn’t wait for the queue because we needed to go back soon. This time me and my husband only waited for a bit (but there was already a queue there!).
They sat us on basement floor (Yes, they have 2 floor and all full with customer!). Then the waitress asked us if we ever ate there before. We haven’t of course. She then showed us around the menu and gave explanation of what dish should we order and how many dishes. Everything looked amazing though. Seriously. We ended up ordering many dishes!
Me and my husband agreed that this restaurant has an amazing food. They were all so tasty. My favorite was the calamary and the fried flat bread with butter. Very delicious!
It was really yummy. We wouldn’t mind Indian food if they taste like this one 😀 The total we spent there was about £30.15 including 12.5% service charge.
18. Sushi Samba
On our last day in London, my husband wanted to eat somewhere that we could see the city view. He found Sushi Samba and we knew that this place is very expensive. But we still go for the experience! We did a reservation for lunch (being in London for a while we were used to make reservation before eating). There is a special elevator to go to this restaurant. It is located on the 38th and 39th floors at 110 Bishopsgate street.
We looked at the menu and tried to find something that has reasonable price. None lol. Their dishes are using a fancy ingredient. We ordered Edamame with volcanic salt, California roll with Truffle Oil, Samba London, and KOBE Beef Sashimi. Everything was very delicious though. And the view from our table also breathtaking.
California roll with truffle oil & Samba London
Kobe beef sashimi
I also interested in their dessert, Assorted Japanese Mochi. It came with 3 flavor : mango, green tea and raspberry. My favorite was mango! I loved this mochi.
Today I tried a different type of Pho in one of the restaurant near Bitexco. I like the normal Pho (the soup one) but not really a fan of noodle soup. My husband told me that this place, called Mama Pho, has some different ways to serve Pho (actually he told me it was a noodle and i didn’t think it was Pho!).
We came in and sat, then the waitress brought the menu to us, which was served as placemat as well. They have many different style of Pho, including the normal soup one, such as dried pho, wok-fried pho, rolled pho, crispy pan-fried pho, and golden-fried pillow pho. Very interesting isn’t it?
I love dried noodle so I ordered the Pho kho dau hu, nam va rau (dried pho with tofu, mushroom and homemade sauce). It took a while for them to prepare the food. I guess it goes well with their slogan ” Freshly Made”. They also claimed no MSG and preservatives added.
It looked delicious and tempting! But of course I need to hold myself and took a picture first 😀 I tried the soup first. Yummy! It was a bit sweet (just a little bit, like all other Pho soup in Saigon). I poured two to three spoon to my noodle and mixed it. It made the noodle less sticky to each other.
Sorry for the blurry picture! Didn’t realize not enough light to speedy photo-taking. I tried the noodle with the homemade sauce and I love it! It was a little sweet and salty. Delicious. I added some chilies and it even better (Although in the end I added too much chili and too spicy for me…).
The portion was not big but good enough for me. It is 66k vnd for one portion of dried pho. Slightly higher than other pho place. But it’s worth to try for a change.
For the dessert I ordered Che Troi Nuoc (Sweet Rice Balls with Coconut). I rarely ordered dessert but this one was just too tempting. I’m a fan of sweet rice balls (or mochi in some languages). The dessert come first though, before my noodle! Luckily it was not a cold/hot dessert, so it doesn’t matter if I leave it until I finished my noodle. The coconut soup was sweet but bearable. The sweet rice balls was chewy but easily swallowed haha.
All-in-all, it was a good experience to try out this place. Have you tried it as well? What do you think of this place? Let me know in comment.
Address Mama Pho : 111 Ho Tung Mau, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
First of all, this is my 100th post! Yay 😀 What’s more suitable to post other than food and travel! Yup, I’m writing about my food adventure in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia!
I went to Petaling Jaya, Malaysia on October 21, 2016 and spent 3 days there to enjoy the food and scenery. Sadly, we didn’t go to any iconic building since there is none. When I searched on google, all I found was shopping mall. Recent trip was to Singapore so I don’t think I will go to the shopping mall intentionally. Although I must say One Utama Shopping Mall is a really huge mall with many good shops.
So..let’s just talk about the food! We only stayed in Petaling Jaya during the whole trip. We could’ve gone to Bukit Bintang but we didn’t go. Too lazy because it is quite far. 40 mins with car 😀
These are all the places I went in Petaling Jaya.
1. Teo Chew Lor at One Utama
We arrived at lunch time at our hotel, which is next to One Utama Shopping Mall, so we decided to find place to eat there. It wasn’t easy since the place is so big. We found 1 area on basement floor with several option of restaurants, and picked Teo Chew Lor for our lunch. Our friends ordered duck dish, while us chose mixed one. I ordered for us at the counter then pay there, and get number. Shortly after, the food arrived. The food was delicious, but it was really small portion. My friend said their yeast rice was also tasty.
2. Nasi Kandar next to Sunway Pyramid
Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng
Murtabak Sapi (Beef)
Roti Canai plain
Nasi Kandar Ayam Goreng
This restaurant was the first one we found and interesting outside Sunway Pyramid. We were meeting up with some friends at that mall but we didn’t want to have dinner inside mall, so we walked to nearby area and decided to eat here. I forgot to look for their name because I was sooo hungry. We were late for dinner already.
I ordered Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng, my husband ordered Nasi Kandar Ayam Goreng, and our friends ordered the same, except for 2 people who ordered Chicken Tandori and Laksa. We also ordered Roti Canai plain and with milk, and Murtabak Sapi (Beef). All of the food except the laksa, was tasty. The price was cheap as well. So if you are in Sunway Pyramid and you fancy Malaysian Indian food, you should try this place.
3. IKEA Restaurant
IKEA swedish meatball
IKEA chicken wings
IKEA! It’s been a while since I ate at Ikea Restaurant. On Saturday, me and 2 friends decided to go there to look around and have lunch. We ordered the meatballs, chicken wings, salmon, and some snacks (I didn’t take picture of the snacks). The restaurant was full even tho we came late, like around 1.30 pm if I remember correctly. We saw many moslems eating there with their family, so pretty sure the food there is halal. No pork no lard.
We shared everything we ordered so we can try everything! The meatballs were nice. I like eating it with its sauce, cranberry sauce. It is a little bit sweet, but match the taste of meatball and its gravy. The chicken wings are our favorite. At first we thought we ordered too much because the wings are so big! But after first bite, we changed our mind. “Okay, we can finish this one”. It was really good! The meat was not plain despite of their big size. It was tasty. No wonder so many people ordered this. The salmon is just okay. I didn’t like it because it had fishy taste, but my friends could finished it. Full and happy tummy.
4. Tim Ho Wan at One Utama
The first time I tried Tim Ho Wan was at my trip to Hong Kong. This dimsum restaurant is available in most country in Asia now. My favorite there is Pork Bun. The skin is crispy and crusty, with soft bread inside and delicious Char Siu in the middle. Eat it while it’s warm. You will get addicted to it!
We found Tim Ho Wan in One Utama while we strolled around. I asked my friends if they want to eat there, and they said yes since they never tried it before anyway (and I don’t mind to eat here even as well). We ordered several dishes and they were all delicious. They serve dimsum all day. I’ve been eating in Tim Ho Wan in several countries now, and they all have the same taste. It’s good how they manage their food quality for all branch across countries.
5. Village Park Restaurant
Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng at Village Park Restaurant
This restaurant is a must visit for nasi lemak. I had it on my restaurant list and my friend also heard it from his friend. We actually came to this restaurant before we went to Tim ho Wan. We were planning to buy a take away order and eat it at hotel. Google said they closed at 6 pm, so we went there before closing time, around 5.30 pm. When we arrived, they were preparing to close the restaurant. There were still several people eating and paying, so we rushed inside and asked for take away order. Sadly, the fried chicken was sold out already. We didn’t buy anything in the end, instead we decided to come again the next day for lunch!
So there we were the next day, standing in restaurant before lunch time, with loads of people eating and queuing. At first we were standing in queue, but then we noticed some people just standing inside as if they were waiting to be seated. So we asked 1 of the employee for a table of 4. He ushered us inside the restaurant and asked us to wait a little. Judging by so many people standing next to us, it wouldn’t be a short waiting time. But I was wrong. After only 10 mins of waiting, he came back to us and gave us table. We ordered nasi lemak ayam goreng, and I wanted to order sotong as well but they were sold out. Ugh.. they must be good then!
Tips when u eat here : order more rice when u make your order! The fried chicken was so delicious and big, need more rice to eat it. Their nasi lemak (rice) also tasty. This restaurant is a must visit! The downside is it’s really hard to find taxi from this place. BUT, you can always order via uber or grab taxi.
6. Pao Xiang Bah Kut Teh at One Utama
I heard about how Bah Kut Teh in Malaysia is different than the one in Singapore. It is said that the original Bah Kut Teh was from Malaysia. They were used to give strength, with herbal in it. While the one in Singapore was modified, less herbal stuff and more pepper. We found 1 place in One Utama that sells Bah Kut Teh. Maybe it was not the best restaurant, but we were too tired from walking the whole day, so nearby place is a plus.
When our order came, I could smell of herbal soup. It was served with small fire below to keep the dish warm. We tried it, The Malaysian Bah Kut Teh. I must say I don’t like it. The herbal taste was too strong for me. My husband was okay with it. In the end, we both prefer Singaporean Bah Kut Teh. But it was a nice experience to try new thing. You should try it first to know which one you like better.
7. Breakfast buffet at One World Hotel
It was a good thing that the breakfast also included in room rate, so we didn’t have to get out in the morning to find the food somewhere else. The breakfast buffet in this hotel is open from 6.30 am to 10 am. They have vast variety of food, as expected from a 5 star hotel. My favorite was nasi lemak (still lol). I like the sambal (chili). The japanese dishes and Indian dishes also great. Roti Canai was tasty, but the curry was too spicy for me. I don’t pick any western food, since I like Asian breakfast more. If you visiting Petaling Jaya, it’s worth to check on this hotel. They have a great breakfast buffet with many options, and also next to a huge shopping mall, One Utama.
Additional food and drink that I had :
1. Melon Yogurt Bingsu at Caffe Bene Sunway Pyramid
That giant bingsu (ice-shaved) is the one. It has yogurt ice cream on top, a round shaped melon layered with shaved ice yogurt. It was actually yummy and fresh, but need people to share. Too much for 1 person.
2. Tokyo Secret at One Utama
I like cheesecake tart, and we found this little shop in One Utama, Tokyo Secret. There was queue line so we were curious to try. It was yummy. The crust was crispy and flaky. The cheesecake was soft and a little salty, but good. Although… if you compare it to Pablo or Hokkaido Cheesecake, it can’t win. The good news is Pablo will open their shop soon in One Utama!
That is all what I can say about my food adventure in Petaling Jaya. It was not a really adventure since we mostly stayed in mall because too lazy to go far lol. What is your favorite eating place in Petaling Jaya? Let me know in comment below.