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KY eats – Bun Cha Dac Kim, Hanoi, Vietnam

When it comes to Vietnamese food, pho usually gets all the glory, and to be fair, before I stepped foot on Hanoi, I too did not know the existence of this arguably superior Vietnamese dish – Bun Cha. Bun Cha Dac Kim, Hanoi For those who aren’t familiar, bún chả ( is a dish consists of grilled pork with rice vermicelli,  bún stands rice vermicelli, and chả is pork. My first taste of this wonderful dish came at Bun Cha Dac Kim in Hanoi, a rather famous joint for this dish and coincidentally si...
Tags: Travel, Pork, Vietnam, Mom, Vietnamese, Hanoi, Eats, Foreign Food, Vietnamese Food, Bun Cha, Bun Cha Dac Kim, Kyxhanoi, Bun Cha Dac Kim Hanoi Vietnam, Cha Bun Cha Dac Kim Hanoi, Ancient Lane Hotel


KY eats – Loh Mee at Eupe Food Court, Sungai Petani

Loh Mee, one of the few hawker dishes that can mean different dishes at different region in Malaysia. Today, we’re going to concentrate on one particularly unique Northern version of loh mee found at EUPE Food Court in Sungai Petani. Eupe food court Loh Mee stall For those who aren’t familiar with EUPE, it is this huge food court occupying 28 different shop lots joined together in Sungai Petani, and as you can imagine, it is quite big in size. The modus operandi for most stalls here is by self-...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Eats, Kedah, Sungai Petani, Loh-mee, Eupe Food Court, Food-court, Kedah Food, Loh Bak, Eupe Food Court Sungai Petani, Sungai Petani Eupe, EUPE, Eupe Food Court Jalan Gamelan, Taman Ria Jaya


KY eats – Chi Kei Ngao Chap, Macao

Good old fashion beef noodle is one of the must-try dishes in Macao or Hong Kong, and if you’re at Taipa area in Macao (where all the fancy big new casinos are), Chi Kei Ngao Chap is perhaps one of those places to check out. Chi Kei Ngao Chap, Broadway Macao Chi Kei is located at Broadway Food Street, a small street with some 40 different eateries across the road from Galaxy Macao, which itself is a huge establishment with way too many casinos & luxury hotels right next to The Venetian. Do use ...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Beef, Malaysia, Broadway, Macau, Food Video, Macao, Eats, Yung Kee, Offal, Pudu, Beef-noodle, Taipa, Tripe, Sycookies


KY eats – Common Table, Macao

Here’s another place to go if you long for some good old fashion proper cafe or as we would call it … “Western” food while at Taipa, the artificial, mostly casino filled island of Macao – the restaurant by the name of Common Table. Common Table, Macao Common Table is one of the more spacious cafes you can find in Macao, partly because it is located in the newer part of the country on Taipa. The interior decor is a mix of industrial cement walls with tasteful wooden furniture. The menu here i...
Tags: Travel, Macau, Cafe, Rich, Food Video, Salad, Avocado, Macao, Eats, Risotto, Taipa, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Common Table, Common Table Common Table Macao Common Table, MOP Taipa Salad Forest Mushroom


KY eats – Long Wah Tea House dimsum, Macao

When in Macao or Hong Kong, one of the meals you shouldn’t leave out is dimsum. After all, every other dimsum places back in Malaysia called themselves some “XX Hong Kong dimsum”, wait, they don’t call it Macao dimsum… well anyway! Long Wah Tea House, Macao Long Wah Tea House is one of the more established dim sum restaurants in Macao, the restaurant is located in a corner shop on the first floor at the Northern side of the peninsular, pretty close to China border. Unlike most restaurants in Ma...
Tags: Travel, Tea, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Macau, Macao, Eats, Pork-ribs, Dimsum, Beef Tripe, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Long Wah, Long Wah Tea House, Long Wah Tea House Macao Long Wah Tea House


10 must-try dishes in London

W hen it comes to world-famous eats, London’s European neighbors — Paris, Barcelona, Rome — tend to steal the limelight. What British cuisine may lack in acclaim, however, this capital city makes up for with one of the most diverse, multicultural food scenes on the planet. Not to mention you’ll find 70+ Michelin star restaurants in London, more than in most of those European neighbors. From pan-Asian bao and Peruvian ceviche to Mexican-inspired British classics, here are the dishes that are ea...
Tags: Travel, England, London, Mexico, Restaurants, International, Britain, Brighton, Yorkshire, Food And Drink, South America, Michelin, Bacon, Caribbean, Shoreditch, Cuisine


KY eats – Cafe TOFF, Macao

My traveling buddy while at Macao is someone whose diet consists of a heavy dosage of avocado, so after a great many days of subjecting herself to the local diet which has none of this “butter fruit” (as locals call it), we embarked in a mission to find one. Which is how I ended up at Cafe TOFF. TOFF, Macao TOFF is situated just a stone’s throw away from Lou Lim Ioc Garden, a public garden with a beautiful lotus lake that’s worthy of visit. If you’re there and have visited enough churches, why ...
Tags: Travel, Coffee, Drinks, Bacon, Latte, Macau, Cafe, Food Video, Avocado, Macao, Eats, Okinawa, Lou Lim Ioc Garden, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Toff Cafe


KY eats – Tiny Porridge House at Macao – 合誠小食店

I think Macao people has got life all figured out, instead of having shops and restaurants all day long, if you go out on the streets at 11 am, you’d see that most shops are still tightly shut. It isn’t until around noon that they get started, and of course, by 8 pm it’s going home time again. Which probably contributes to them having one of the longest life expectancy in the world. Don’t work overly hard, have a balanced work-life, I guess? 合誠小食店 Anyway, walking from Ole Tai Sum hotel in the ...
Tags: Travel, Macau, Porridge, Food Video, Macao, Eats, Don, Small Restaurant, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Fish Porridge, Tiny Restaurant, Hap Seng


KY eats – Ming Kee Beef Offal and Bee Salt Herbal Tea, Macau

Another post on late night street food options at Macau following the entry on Keong Kei Lamb Stew is this busy little corner by the intersection between Tv. do Mastro & Av. de Almeida Ribeiro by the name of Ming Kee Beef Offal, or 明記牛雜美食 in Mandarin. If you find the road names challenging, so do I.. GPS location is at the bottom of the page, however. Ming Kei Beef Offal, Macao This place was “discovered” the same way I do with many food places – by bumping into it on the way from some attracti...
Tags: Travel, Street Food, Macau, Food Video, Macao, Eats, Tripe, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Beef Offal, Mixed Beef, Ming Kee, Keong Kei Lamb Stew, Mastro Av de Almeida Ribeiro, Ming Kee Beef Offal, Ming Kei Beef Offal Macao


KY eats – Ming Kee Beef Offal, Macau

Ming Kei Beef Offal, Macao
Tags: Travel, Macau, Food Video, Eats, Outside Malaysia, Ming Kee Beef Offal Macau


KY eats – Ming Kee Beef Offal and Bee Salt Herbal Tea, Macau

Another post on late night street food options at Macau following the entry on Keong Kei Lamb Stew is this busy little corner by the intersection between Tv. do Mastro & Av. de Almeida Ribeiro by the name of Ming Kee Beef Offal, or 明記牛雜美食 in Mandarin. If you find the road names challenging, so do I.. GPS location is at the bottom of the page, however. Ming Kei Beef Offal, Macao This place was “discovered” the same way I do with many food places – by bumping into it on the way from some attracti...
Tags: Travel, Street Food, Macau, Food Video, Macao, Eats, Tripe, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Beef Offal, Mixed Beef, Ming Kee, Keong Kei Lamb Stew, Mastro Av de Almeida Ribeiro, Ming Kee Beef Offal, Ming Kei Beef Offal Macao


KY eats – Keong Kei Lamb Stew, Macau

Last November I made my second trip to the gambling capital of the world – Macao. My previous trip was all the way back in 2014 so I guess it’s about time to revisit one of the most walk-able cities in the world. While Macau is famous for their casinos and many churches, what interests in, as usual, is the local food. Today we’re going to talk about one of the more popular night hawker spots on the peninsular – Keong Kei Lamb Stew. Keong Kei Lamb Stew, Macau Keong Kei (強記秘製羊腩煲) is located just ...
Tags: Travel, Macau, Macao, Eats, St Paul, MYR, Clay-pot, Outside Malaysia, Keong Kei Lamb Stew Macau, Edificio Ngai In Kuok Tv, Charcoal Fire, Keong Kei, Stew Lamb


KY eats – Keong Kee Lamb Stew, Macau

  Keong Kei Lamb Stew, Macau would you love to have some lamb tripe? clay pot on charcoal fire on every table usually a good idea to add some greens to the mix too perfect for late autumn or winter supper at Macau Address: Edificio Ngai In Kuok, Tv. das Janelas Verdes, Macau GPS: 22.196024, 113.539918 Hours: 6:30 pm to midnight
Tags: Travel, Macau, Others, Eats, Outside Malaysia, Keong Kee Lamb Stew Macau, Keong Kei Lamb Stew Macau, Edificio Ngai In Kuok Tv


KY eats – Unique Korean BBQ at Apple Samgyupsal, Jaya One

RA number of weeks ago I asked a friend who stayed at Taman Desa what is her favorite restaurants at the area, and Apple Samgyupsal was what she told me. I had meant to give it a visit but for one reason or the other did not manage to make it. Fast forward a few weeks later, I got an invitation to do a review on their latest branch – Apple Samgyupsal at Jaya One, perfect. Apple Samgyupsal Korean Restaurant at Jaya One Located between Jaya One opposite the main entrance of The School, this is ac...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Korean, Food Video, Lunch Money, Eats, Foreign Food, By Invitation, Pj Area, The School, Petaling-Jaya, Pork Belly, Makgeolli, Non Halal, Korean-BBQ, Seksyen 17


KY eats – Seafood Porridge at Matang Seafood View, Johor Bahru

Found myself at JB a couple weeks ago looking for dinner options after a short day trip for work, and since I know very little about JB, I decided to be a bit adventurous and head to KSL area which I stayed last time to pick a restaurant to try out. Matang Seafood View, Johor Bahru As fate would have it, we stepped into Matang Seafood View, a relatively quiet looking place at 6 something in the evening. Little did we know that the same place would be packed just half an hour later, always a goo...
Tags: Travel, Seafood, Food Video, Crab, Eats, Johor Bahru, KSL, Johor, JB, Sycookies, Seafood Porridge, Matang Seafood View, Matang Seafood View Johor Bahru


KY eats – Häagen-Dazs Tiramisu Mochi & Cream Cheese Mochi Ice Cream

When I was a kid, I used to dream that one day I'm going to have ice cream for an entire meal! Imagine, my favorite sweet indulgence for the whole seating, instead of a tiny scoop or a small cone after being forced to chew swallow down the last bit of rice and boiled carrots. Well, that dream came true! Häagen-Dazs Explore Mochi Together I was invited to the launch of Häagen-Dazs‘ two new limited edition mochi flavours – the Tiramisu Mochi ice cream and Cream Cheese Mochi ice cream at Sunwa...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Ice Cream, Italy, Eats, Mascarpone, Mochi, Häagen Dazs, Tiramisù, Haagen, Haagen-Dazs, Sunway Velocity Mall, Bistro Paris, Gondola Tiramisu, Häagen Dazs Tiramisu Mochi, Cream Cheese Mochi Ice Cream


KY eats – Hana Tei Japanese Restaurant, Lucky Garden, Bangsar

I think it’s safe to say that Japanese food is one of my favorite cuisine when it comes to heading out to a proper restaurant. In fact, this is the 100th entry on Japanese cuisine on this space – and for this occasion we head to Bangsar and look at Hana Tei Japanese Restaurant. Hana Tei, Lucky Garden Bangsar If you’re from Kajang and Cheras area, you may have heard of Hana Tei before. This Bangsar branch is their latest venture into KL city. Personally, I thought Lucky Garden (the same row with...
Tags: Travel, Beef, Kuala Lumpur, Sushi, Japanese, Wagyu, Food Video, Lunch Money, Eats, Kl City, Foreign Food, By Invitation, Sashimi, Cheras, Bangsar, Japanese-Food


KY eats – Chuan Chuan Xiang Mala Steamboat, Sunway Velocity

A few weeks ago I finally got the opportunity to try out one of the more recent addition to our rich selection of food choices in Malaysia – mala steamboat, also known as Sichuan steamboat. For this, we headed to Chuan Chuan Xiang at Sunway Velocity, the occasion being Henry’s birthday & SY was buying dinner. chuan chuan xiang mala hotpot For some reasons, Sunway Velocity sorta transformed to a mini-China in a way, over here you do find quite a few Sichuan hotpot restaurants often packed with c...
Tags: Travel, China, Malaysia, Sichuan, Eats, Kl City, Steamboat, Hotpot, Henry, Cheras, Sunway, Sunway Velocity, Sycookies, Choulyin, Duck Blood, Mala Steamboat


Japan Local Speciality Fair at Isetan The Japan Store, KL

Isetan the Japan Store @ Lot 10 is turning 2. How time has passed, it didn’t seem that long ago that the iconic departmental store reopened in the heart of Bukit Bintang with a focus on premium Japanese products. To make this occasion more special, the exclusive Japan Local Speciality Fair is held in conjunction of the 2nd anniversary celebration from Oct 26 to Nov 4, 2018 from 11 am-9 pm. There’s also the Lucky Dip activity happening this period, with 1000 Fabulous Prizes to be won with minimum...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Japanese, Royal Caribbean, Others, Lunch Money, Eats, Kl City, Bukit Bintang, Foreign Food, Aomori, Isetan, Japanese-Food, Jabara, Tonkatsu Anzu, Japan Store KL


KY eats – Seafood Porridge at How Lee Coffee Shop, Kota Kinabalu

On my previous trip to Kota Kinabalu, I was feeling a little bit under the weather due to a bout of not entirely moderate case of flu. My KK buddy was kind enough to take me to some comforting food fit for my condition – Seafood Porridge at Foh Sang. How Lee Coffee Shop Seafood Porridge The operation is located at How Lee Coffee Shop by the shop lots at Foh Sang that’s packed with quite a few other restaurants that aren’t short of customers during dinner time. After a couple rounds of circling ...
Tags: Travel, Sabah, Food Video, Kota-kinabalu, Eats, Salted Egg, East Malaysia, Yann May, Asam Chicken, Foh Sang, How Lee, Seafood Porridge, How Lee Coffee Shop Kota Kinabalu, Foh Sang How Lee Coffee Shop Seafood Porridge, How Lee Coffee Shop, Lorong Mawas


KY eats – Ah Chee Tom Yam, Kota Kinabalu

Part of my responsibilities at work involves traveling to Kota Kinabalu at Sabah. That’s mighty fine by me since it is probably my top 3 cities in Malaysia, the other two being Penang and KL. Kota Kinabalu has it all, crystal clear ocean minutes away from the city, Mount Kinabalu, rich local culture, and just maybe too many Chinese and Korean tourists these days. Ah Chee Tom Yam, at Kota Kinabalu Anyway, since I happen to be at KK more often these days, I make it a point to explore the local fo...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Sabah, Halal, Food Video, Kota-kinabalu, Sarawak, Eats, Halal Food, Tomyam, Mount Kinabalu, East Malaysia, Ah Chee, Tomyam Meehun, Chee Tom Yam Kota Kinabalu, KL Kota Kinabalu


KY eats – Hirashima Sushi, Isetan KL, Lot 10

Lot 10 KL is one of the best places in all of KL if you are a fan of Japanese food, the lower ground floor the 4th floor of this building is home to some 2 dozens Japanese restaurants, serving up anything from shabu shabu, to omakase sushi. Today, let’s look at one of their less glamorous outlets at Isetan the Japan Store’s supermarket section – Hirashima Sushi. Hirashima Sushi, Isetan KL, Lot 10 Hirashima Sushi is basically the sushi counter for the supermarket, with an open chiller section no...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Sushi, Japanese, Food Video, Kl, Eats, Kl City, Bukit Bintang, Foreign Food, Elizabeth, Toro, Isetan, Japanese-Food, Scallop, isetan the Japan store


KY eats – Aunty Lan Laksa Sarawak, Tin Ha Kopitiam (New Location)

For Sarawak Laksa lovers who makes PJ their hunting ground, most of you would have tasted Aunty Lan’s Sarawak Laksa, who used to operate at NZX food court since 2017. The stall has since moved out, and for many weeks many of us was at a loss on where she’s moved to. Tin Ha kopitiam, Kampung Subang Well, today is your lucky day, thanks to Uncle Meng, I was informed that Aunty Lan has moved to the new location just a few minutes away from Subang Airport, at Tin Ha Kopitiam. Located at the ligh...
Tags: Travel, Food Video, Laksa, Sarawak, Eats, Pj Area, Hawkers, Hawker-food, Subang & Sunway, Johnny, Sarawak Laksa, LAN, Meng, Kampung Subang, Subang Airport, Kolo Mee


KY eats – Seapark Curry Mee at Sun Fatt Kee kopitiam

Those who’s been following this space for a while should know that I’m a huge fan of curry mee, but usually for me though, curry mee is the Penang version that comes with pork blood, prawns, santan broth, and those sambal with a charred note. Curry Mee stall at Sun Fatt Kee, Seapark However, being a food enthusiast with an open mind, I am always up to trying anything that is good, even tho certain dish may share the same name and hence, somehow has an unfair prejudice attached to it, from a cul...
Tags: Travel, Food Video, Eats, Pj Area, Hawkers, Hawker, PETALING JAYA, Jalan, Seapark/Paramount, Curry-mee, Cockles, Seapark, Ipoh Curry Mee, Sun Fatt Kee, Sun Fatt Kee Seapark However, Soo Kee Ipoh


KY eats – Duck Meat Kuih Teow Soup, Restoran Tropikiri, PJ

I’m always a fan of a good bowl of Penang style kuih teow soup, a dish that somehow seems to always play second fiddle to pork noodle in Klang Valley. While my kolo mee fix at Restoron Tropikiri was on their rest day, I took the opportunity to give this prawn mee and kuih teow soup stall a try. kuih teow soup & prawn mee stall, Restoran Tropikiri As it turned out, it was one of my lucky days, the stall offers a version of kuih teow soup that comes with duck meat. A bit of background for those w...
Tags: Travel, Food Video, Eats, Pj Area, Pj Others, Hawkers, Hawker, Petaling-Jaya, Klang Valley, Tropicana, Kuih Teow Soup, Restoran Tropikiri, Jalan BM, Taman Bukit Mayang Emas, Tropikiri, Duck Meat Kuih Teow Soup Restoran Tropikiri PJ


KY eats – 黑豆腐 Black Stinky Tofu, SS2 Pasar Malam

Pasar malam, or weekly night markets in Malaysia often offers unique dishes you can’t find at any other settings. This is especially true when it comes to stinky tofu, as so far I have yet to see any stinky tofu stalls outside pasar malam setting. Black Tofu, SS2 Pasar Malam (every Monday) And when it comes to this smelly delicacy, there are several different variations to choose from, all of which involves deep frying a particular stinky version of tofu and served piping hot with some condimen...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Food Video, Eats, Halal Food, Pj Area, Hawkers, PETALING JAYA, SS2 SS3 SS4, Hong cha, Stinky Tofu, Pasar Malam, Ss2 Pasar Malam, Sycookies, Black Tofu, Smelly Tofu


KY eats – Duck Egg Char Kuih Teow at Lorong Loke Yew

One of my weekday breakfast spots is this little old food court by the intersection of Jalan Loke Yew and Lorong Loke Yew by the name of Restoran Red Leaf, or also called Restoran Shoong City (confusing, I know..), and truth be told, I’ve always gone there for their Penang prawn mee, which was as good as any you can find in Klang Valley. While paying another visit a week ago, the prawn mee stall was on leave, which led me to look for alternative, and that’s how I ended up trying the Penang char ...
Tags: Travel, Rich, Food Video, Penang, Eats, Kl City, Hawkers, Hawker, Klang Valley, Non Halal, Char Kuih Teow, Ckt, Jalan Loke Yew, Loke Yew, Lorong Loke Yew, Pudu and Downtown


KY eats – Law Tian Bak Kut Teh (24 hours), Klang

Well, time for another bak kut teh entry, and for this round we’ll look at Restoran Law Tian – one of only 24-hour bak kut teh places you can find in Klang (and perhaps anywhere) Law Tian Bak Kut Teh, Klang Law Tian is located just a couple minutes from the end of Federal Highway into Klang, conveniently, there’s a parking lot right next to the restaurant that doubles as alfresco dining area at night. Law Tian restaurant actually offers quite a number of food stalls, with the bak kut teh bei...
Tags: Travel, Pork, Food Video, Eats, Selangor Others, Bak Kut Teh, Klang, Ribs, Federal Highway, Supper, Bkt, Law Tian, Law Tian Bak Kut Teh, Kong Eng Ann, Ibrahim Kawasan


KY eats – Hong Cha Stinky Tofu, SS2 Pasar Malam

For the fan of stinky tofu, there are a couple of stalls offering this dish in one of the bigger pasar malam in Klang Valley – at SS2 every Monday evenings. Let’s look at the stall by the name of Hong Cha, or “red tea” stinky tofu. Hong Cha stinky tofu at SS2 Pasar Malam Usually situated closer to SS2 McDonald’s, this stall offers a single type of stinky tofu for RM 10 that comes in a paper container. The triangle cut tofu comes with a side of pickled radish, sauerkraut, and some dipping sauce....
Tags: Travel, Tofu, Food Video, Eats, Halal Food, Pj Area, Hawkers, PETALING JAYA, McDonald, Klang Valley, SS2 SS3 SS4, Supper, Hong cha, Stinky Tofu, Pasar Malam, Ss2 Pasar Malam


KY eats – Dragon-i Peking Duck Restaurant

Dragon-i, perhaps the first Chinese restaurant brand that brought proper xiao long boa and Chinese cuisine from the region of Shanghai, Szechuan, Beijing and Lanzhou, has been operating since some 14 years ago, is now relaunching 3 of their outlets to “Dragon-i Peking Duck Restaurant“, and I was invited to sample this new dish that they now offer at their 1-Utama outlet. This was quite interesting for me, as Dragon-i at 1-Utama was one of my earliest food blog entry all the way back in 2005. Dr...
Tags: Travel, China, Beijing, Dragon, Food Video, Lunch Money, Eats, By Invitation, Pj Area, Roast-duck, PETALING JAYA, Xiao-long-bao, Hunan, One Utama, Lanzhou, Damansara/Uptown