Heading to Macau & HK today...

One solid week I will be hunting food in the heart of that Chinese entertainment center.
Its time to take a break and its time to see other's life.
Forget about the jam in KL, forget about the late evening rain here and forget about my life for a little while?
But will certainly not forget my favorite curry mee and Bak Kut Teh, laaa...


Flogger gathering @ Sandias

Millions "xie xie" to Boo_licious from masak-masak to organise such a fantastic dinner gathering for all food lovers. And Babe in the City to form our group Floggers.

First time to meet so many new friends, slightly shy. (Am I?)

But hey, we had a great Mexican cuisine in Sandias at Plaza Damansara, few hours ago.

I do not think I should elaborate too much about the food as you can find plenty of photos and comments out there for sure. Those fine Maxican delight had just open my taste of life, again.

Busy schedule and hectic life lately had made me slow down in my eating journey (and that's why I am a tidy little slimmer), but a few hours spending with a gang sharing same interest is worth a million.

Taquitos Fritos

Pescado a la Veracruzana

Postre Helado de Eimon

Dun ask me what those names mean, I just copy them from the menu. Can't expect too much from a Chinaman right?


Teluk Pulai branch in Puchong... Bak Kut Teh

The entire of Malaysia is full of Bak Kut Teh shops and stalls. People just love this unique and tasty local creation.

In Grandpa Bak Kut Teh, the origin of the delicacy been discussed. In Vege Bak Kut Teh, we see another creative piece of work derived from our grandpa grandma recipe. I also mentioned I love the side dish chicken feet in Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh. Now, I would like to share my love of rice in this Teluk Pulai Bak Kut Teh branch in Puchong.

We Asian love rice. When I asked my colleague, who is a "Mat Salleh" from OZ what is his favourite food in Malaysia. He said he see everybody here eat rice everyday, rice should be the most popular food here. That is also why KFC put rice in their menu lately.

But can you finish your dishes because of rice and not the other way round? Or can you keep adding rice while keep telling yourself this is the last bowl that day because of your diet concern? I did that in Teluk Pulai and that bowl of starch keep pulling me there. I just could not figure out how they cook it so nice.

Oh! Their meat bone soup also up to the standard.

They serve asam fish also. But I thought the taste was too strong and too hot and it mess up with the herb soup of Bak Kut Teh. Asam fish and Bak Kut Teh do not match well, for me.

Nice food in Karak

Each time when I am on my way back to Kuantan, I will stop by Karak and have my meal there. Karak is a small town used to be a passing town during the journey to the East Coast. Nowadays with the completion of new East Coast Highway, the town will suffer lesser traffic.

I like the shop sitting in the middle of the second row of left hand side shops (towards Kuantan). Food served is unique and cheap.

My mum like the staffing tofu very much. I just like the sauce. Its spicy like fire.

These yam cake also not bad.

This is my favorite. Prawn noodle you can't find elsewhere. Each bowl of serving is individual cooked. The soup is thick, spicy and flavored. See those huge prawns? This is what I call prawn noodle!