Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh... in Kampung Subang

I previously posted few Bak Kut Teh shops such as Grandpa Bak Kut Teh or Vege Bak Kut Teh.
As a typical Malaysian chinaman, you can guess that I love Bak Kut Teh just like those "kuli" in the old days at Port Klang. Every time when I heard there is good one, sure I will find my way there.

Good food or bad food is very subjective to the patrons. It even more particular for Bak Kut Teh as we are all various from our belove taste of soup. Some of us like it clear and light (just like me). But some of us like it thick and full of flavours. Thus, we always have contradict opinion regarding to the best Bak Kut Teh in town. This variant of taste also causing Bak Kut Teh stalls mushrooming with each has its unique characteristic.

Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh, which is located at Subang Permai, at the junction of Monterez Golf Club, near Kampung Subang serves some of the best food in town.

I love the soup which is not too thick that I can drink by itself. Those meat was just nicely cooked that not too tough, neither too soft. Just tender enough for me to bite.

Besides Bak Kut Teh, I guess their chicken feet is also one of the best I ever had. Never get fool by the appearance. Before I put those delicacy in my mouth, I thought I am going to have a very hard, tough meat, which might cause goose bump on me. I did had goose bump, but it was because the food was too delicious.

Normal vegetable? Maybe. But I think I need to inform you that those leaves never fry in the wok. There were merely soak in hot water and shower with oyster sauce. I do not know how will you feel. But for me, after those heavy meaty food, I felt less guilty by eating those green leaves.


Puchong Yong Tau Fu... Simply the Best

Is Ampang YongTauFu the most famous in Malaysia? I believe so. And I believe most of the people thought so as well. However, I also heard Serdang YongTauFu pretty nice, and Puchong has the finest YongTauFu.

The shop I am going to introduce here locate in Kampung Bahru Puchong and it is call Puchong Yong Tau Fu. It serve the best fish cake in town, at least from my point of view.

I came from the East Cost of Malaysia. The place where we eat keropok lekuk more than potato chips. Our taste for fish food is difference. I love fish cake or fish crackers with strong fish taste. I thought fish cake without the taste of fish means nothing. So, a good fish ball cannot be judged by its texture and appearance only. If you only want a springy ball, why choose fish ball? Squid ball also can right?

The fish cake serve in this Puchong Yong Tau Fu taste fishy, feel fishy and I could feel the real fish texture. I have no problem to wait for almost an hour for my serving. It worth every minutes of waiting.

The stall locate opposite a Chinese primary school, at Puchong Chinese village. Area near Tractor Malaysia and DHL.

See the crowd waiting patiently and I have no complain to wait for my turn at all.

Vegetables served fresh. You pick the raw one in the basket and they will stuff it immediately before cook. Freshly prepared food, worth the wait?

Each table's TongTauFu were stuff at site and cook separately and immediately.

Deep fried egg plant and FuJuk.

This is my favourite. Fish ball soup. I still can not find a proper word to describe it.


Finally... OZ food nice also.

Few other foods I ate and manage to snap some photo. Not bad and I would say I am impressed.

This is a Thai restaurant near Kingscross. It call Opium Deli. The environment was pretty nice and yes, the foods were like opium, you will get addicted very fast.

I ordered Thai style rice with grill mutton. Truly Thai style with mango slices and Thai sauce.

This fish cake was very nice also. Springy and tasty. I guess the fish in Oceania fresher than here?

This is the buffet lunch I had during my trip to Blue Mountain. Simple yet nice. Look at the grill chicken drumstick!

My day trip mate to Blue Mountain, after we had our good lunch.


Fine Food... in OZ

After few days of simple food and fast food, I started wondering that it cannot happen in such a large land that no great food around. Indeed, it has. The land is full of surprise and finally I had have 3 superb meal.

For my first fine food, we went to a restaurant in China town call Golden Century. Unfortunately I did not take any pic. But the place was full of people and I was told it is one of the best in Chinatown, Sydney.

I still can remember how big the scallop and how fresh and meaty the salt & pepper crabs. Those Chinese dishes had been localised, but somehow the taste were not bad at all. Of course they never cook with chili. But I was not mind anymore. Maybe I had adjusted myself accordingly.

The second day, we went to Pellegrini's Restaurant. It is situated near a harbour at Elliott Street. Fantastic western food. Plenty of wine and beer, so much good seafoods.

Small restaurent, but very uniquely decorated.


Simple food in foreign land...

Breakfast was simple. Cereal with dry fruits, Yogurt and a glass of juice. Healthy and expensive. The food coast me 12 dollars! How I wish to have curry laksa with a cup of kopi-o.

Again, dinner at Subway with lovely sandwich.

Another breakfast also Subway. Why on earth I love it so much?! No idea.


Fast food in Kangaroo Place

When I was freshly arrived in Melbourne, everything was foreign and expensive. Experience was similar to few years ago when I first landed in Germany. Can't help, I am just a very thrifty Chinaman, who loves fast food.

First meal, I had to try McD . I found that the burger was nothing bigger than my home land, but the meat was slightly softer. Major draw back, where is my chili sauce?

One of my friends told me I had to try the fish & chips. So, that evening when I was in St Kilda, I had my fish & chips (the cheap version). Again, no chili sauce and it was only and only fish and chips. Abit plain, but the fish was really fresh.

I stayed in Urban Central (a backpacker place) for my very first night as my company only sponsor my stay the second day onwards. Although it was cheap, but very clean and nice people staying there. I think for my next trip I will certainly backpacking.

Breakfast was free and I had to DIY. Toasted bread with jam and a cup of orange juice was just nice. The plus point, I had it with 1 or 2 new friends.

Lunch on second day, I had Subway. I never tried Subway in Malaysia, but it felt healthy and I love the bun.