Food Hunt @ Melaka

1 weekend, 2 cars, 9 peoples, 1 destination, Melaka.

Had a prawn noodle (surprising good) at road side towards the Jonker's Street after suffering massive jam.


Chili Pan Mian @ Jalan Ipoh

I am afraid to ride roller coaster. The last time I did that was when I in Standard 6, during our year end trip to Genting. It scare the hell out of me.

I paid to scare myself. I was thinking, if something happened, will the gate keeper up there laugh my stupidity that I pay for my own dead just because wanna feel the danger and so call "excitement". I am certainly not prepare for that.

Yes, you can laugh like her when she learned my phobia. But I still am not going to risk my life for that just like some of my friend never "risk" their life for the ultimate chili experience.

I dare you if you know that your stomach is going to pain like bleeding, your tongue and lips going to burn like fire, and you are going to sweat even heavier than under the heaviest rain, you will still "enjoying" the ultimate chili experience.

I thought I am brave in front of chili. It shows that I am still a little something... like a man.

But (yes, a but), she can eat 10 times spicier than me, and still don't care about the speed and height.

So, the moral of this is, never compare, just do what you like. Live you life in full, by yourself!

Who cares if she is stronger than you, right?

Can you read the Chinese words? Chili "pan mian" it calls.

See the crowd? And they had been waiting for hours. It's damn slow in serving. But all have the patient to wait for the "kill".

It served with no chili, ordinary self made "pan mian" with very "Q" texture. I just love the half boiled egg. Fantastic!

Add yourself your own portion of chili. Mind you, its extremely hot!

Mixed yourself and this is the ultimate chili "pan mian". It burn!


Fook Rui Heng @ Yong Peng

There are lots of Fook Chow people living in Yong Peng (I guess). The place is famous of it's Fook Chow dishes.

The great thing about Chinese is there are many ethnic and each has their unique cooking style. Even generations after living here in Malaysia, they still continue the legacy and we are so lucky to have the variety.

Well, we should call ourselves Malaysian (and I am very proud of), shouldn't we only enjoy a single style Malaysian dish?

Nope, we should proud of the variety we have and that's why our tourism ministry promoting our country with this slogan "Malaysia, truly Asia!"

It's uniquely Malaysia with its rich of food, people and culture that make us pround to be part of the generation, right? Fellow Malaysian.

Ice blended dragon fruits plus pineapple. I though... euu... but end up... mmnn...

Fook Chow soup, like shark fin soup, but without the fin.

Red dates chicken with wine.

Fook Chow fish cake. Yummy!

This is the legendary salted egg bitter gourd we are heavily talk about lately.

Situated at Yong Peng town, near the Caltex petrol station.


Fish Cuisin @ Glenmarie

I am still puzzle why Chicken Cuisine owner keep acquiring his neighbor shops for his restaurant expension. Don't he think putting all eggs in one basket is too risky? Is that his strategy to fence off from potential competition opening at his side. Or simply he has no time to look for other location?

Many questions, but one thing, his food is fantastically good. Few words for summary: Clean, creative, tasty and expensive. Yes, expensive.

I had heard many times that the food is expensive. But I also keep seeing those complain such continue patronizing the shop. Strange business, weird marketing success story.

Is it luck?

I don't think its 100% luck based. The shop do have unique selling proposition that pull you back again and again. It's clean enough, tasty enough with just slightly higher pricing to blur your consensus.

Sweet ginger meat. Uniquely yummy!

Egg plant fried with salty egg. Never taste it before right? Me too.

Curry fish head. Not that surprise. But still good.

But this fried lotus root with fermented toufu is something special.

"Moonlight" toufu is sliky smooth.


Hong Lim Dim Sum @ Subang

Besides Pun Choi, this restaurant also serve nice Dim Sum in the morning.

Go have a try and its reasonable price with good quality food. Satisfied customer I am.

Started with the typical one.

Yummy mash yam "芋泥"

My favorite chicken feet, or the so call "phoenix feet".

Fried dragon beard. 炸龙蓄

Curry chicken bread.

Lotus leave rice.