Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Ramadan Bazaar 2009 @ Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur

1. the huge crowd of people, 2. kebabs are kept hot under a steamer

This year's Kampung Baru stalls seem a little larger and a bit more organised. It's definitely a big improvement compared to Taman Melawati's bazaar where they try to cramp too many stalls in one area, making walking around difficult.

deep fried crabs on a stick

Weirdly enough, we seem to be having great weather this year with sunshine throughout the bazaar (last year it rained every day). However, too much of sunshine, wasn't too good for picture taking though, leaving loads of shadows everywhere.

loads more deep fried items - cockles, quail eggs and fishcake

What's new this year? It's weird how each year, the different bazaars seem to have a trend. This particular bazaar more famous for bubur lambuk, seems to not be selling any or have sold out them long ago before we arrived. All we saw were empty pots and pans at stalls selling bubur lambuk.

the not so satisfying pulut durian

Instead, what they had was bubur sum sum - a kind of rice flour pudding flavoured with gula melaka syrup. More popular in Indonesia, almost every stall was selling plastic cups of this - in black, green and white layers, whereby the green part is the pandan flavoured and black is the gula melaka syrup. We bought some to try and its pretty nice to eat but somehow, it would taste better with a stronger gula melaka syrup. It's great for breaking fast, since it reminds me of comfort food with its soft texture.

one of my fav Raya snacks - buah rotan with sesame seeds

The other trend were fried items. Usually stalls will just sell a variety of fishballs, cuttlefish balls, nuggets and etc. This year, they seem to have upped the selection - giving you crabs, prawns of various sizes, cockles and even quail eggs.

sweet kuih cara and roti jala, lacy pancakes to eat with curry

The deep fried crabs and prawns looked mighty tempting though - all stuck on skewers making it easy to eat. Masks weren't so pre-dominant here compared to Taman Melawati, even though one enterprising fella was selling them on the sidewalk.

bubur sum sum found everywhere

As usual, bazaars are great places to bump into fellow foodies aka Adly from Fried Chillies. He was describing to me some far flung bazaars, that sounded so tempting, we'll reserve it for the weekend, when we have more time to explore.

multi-coloured kuih and agar-agar

Whenever we drop by here, one must be prepared to walk, a very long stretch since the bazaar straddles two parts - nearer towards the LRT station and the Raja Bot area, moving towards Chow Kit. We usually park around CT Garden/CT Roses and walk the whole area, slowly.

mask up

Tourists can take the Kampung Baru LRT stop, walk out and be greeted with loads of stalls - like the sweet broth stall where you get loads of selections with sago, nangka, bananas, tapioca and etc. Walk a little further down and you will get fluffy nasi briyani with rich tasting lamb briyani.

pound up some som tam

Usually Kampung Baru shows, more of an Indonesian influence with the migrant workers, but I was a little surprised, they had this lady making som tam, on the spot. Nice to have some refreshing and spicy papaya salad.

salted eggs galore for nasi kerabu

Murtabak Pak Din seemed to be super crowded, loads of people queuing up for that, since it fills the tummy well. The Kelantanese stall along the Jalan Raja Bot area was also open and packed with people taking home nasi dagang and dishes to eat with it.

kids everywhere

I'm partial to pulut durian - the sticky glutinous rice with a durian flavoured sauce. Saw one stall selling that, which I had to buy. Didn't quite satisfy the cravings though as the sauce was so watered down.

sugarcane juice to quench yr thirst

What else did I spy? Rendang Tok being sold at the stalls - quite a rarity to find the Perak specialty. Looked good - dark and very dry.

variety of rice available at the Kelantanese stall

For more on the previous bazaars in Kampung Baru, you can click on the 2008 link that leads to the other years. More pictures of this year's bazaar, is found in my Flickr set.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Ramadan Bazaar 2009 @ Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur

grilled satar - filled with minced fish and coconut wrapped in banana leaf
Ramadan started on Saturday and this year, people seem to be thronging to the bazaars everywhere. Not sure if it is a sign of times, but Taman Melawati, which we visited was so packed that moving around the place was tough. I had quite a lot of trouble trying to snap a picture of the stall owners and their food - since there was so little space and sometimes the queues in front of the stalls just made it harder to get a good clear picture.

the amazingly good tepung pelita, smoke and chicken wings

Inevitably, the bazaar was peppered with people with masks, trying to prevent the H1N1 infection from spreading. It was not limited to just the people visiting, some stall owners even wore the masks.

chicken wings and bishop noses being grilled

Nevertheless, the atmosphere at the bazaar was still very fun and the regular stalls had the long queues. One stall that attracted so many people was the tepung pelita stall. Since I didn't have time, we didn't queue for that but the tepung pelita looked good encased in the banana leaf packet. Stacks and stacks of wooden trays were placed at the side as people kept buying them by the packets.

Ramadan bazaar faces, 1. laughter makes work so much easier, 2. I'm shy, 3. masks everywhere, 4. I'm bored

Popia Zaitun also had a long long queue and that is where I spotted this cute kid, the stall owner's small son playing at the front seat. The parents were trying to keep him occupied with a big bunch of keys.

one whole lamb, a lot of smoke, one hard rock t-shirt from Paris and one mask

What amazed me, this particular stall owner brought in a whole lamb to roast on the open fire. Not sure what the purpose was since he had a double deck - the whole lamb on the spit and lamb chops at the bottom layer. Nevertheless it made an impressive picture especially with the sunshine filtering through the smoke.

colourful kuih seri ayu, one of my favourites and multi-layered yam cake

Since it was my second time here, I could start to spot the regulars and zoom in on the stalls, like the creme caramel stall in front. These enterprising people come up with various kinds of puddings with different toppings - spotted one with kiwifruit, blueberry and even a rose pink flowery version. We went for the plain creme caramel, which was very good - just the right smooth texture and sweetness without the additional caramel sauce.

making murtabak, a popular choice for breaking fast

Trends I notice this year at the bazaar here - loads of roti bom stalls everywhere. The one that fascinated me most, was the stall near the creme caramel stall - skilled oiled hands shaping out the dough quickly and pan frying the roti bom in loads of Planta margarine to give it that crisp edge.

famous curry puff from Taiping, popiah zaitun with the piles of filling

What else I noticed - there were loads of quails (burung puyuh) being sold - deep fried versions to go with nasi lemak or just rice dishes. Weirdly enough they weren't selling too good though. Two stalls were selling cockles and lalas piled up high on hot plates. Made an impressive picture but somehow people preferred sticking to the Ikan Bakar Nelayan, where the queues patiently waited for their ikan bakar fix.

smooth and rich creme caramel

More familiar faces like the man selling the tempoyak petai cili api - business seems to be very good this year as loads of people were buying his petai laden sambal.

putu bambu, a favourite especially eaten piping hot

Loads of steamed putu around - the flat version or piring and the cylinder shape version made with bamboo.

spice it up with this sambal made from petai and durian

There were also loads of fresh fruit juices stall. Spotted one, which had luxury strawberries even in a big container.

hard business making roti bom

The bazaar is so much easier to get to this year, with the DUKE highway, just a short hop and skip on the highway. Parking though is a nightmare. Best advice is either get there early or park a little further and walk. For more pictures, see
the Flickr set. For last year's bazaar pictures and directions on how to get here, click on this link.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Sweet Apom @ Stall at the side of Devi's Corner, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

luscious durian sweet apom

Thanks to Riz's tweet, a few days ago, we discovered a wonderful snack last night - light as air apom that comes with an assortment of toppings. The small stall is located on the side of the ever popular and super busy Devi's Corner in Taman Tun Dr Ismail.

1. charcoal fire makes the difference, 2. pouring the batter, 3. adding the creamy durian

The place reminds me a little of the sweet apom fella at Restoran Swee Kong, Pulau Tikus, as he uses charcoal fire to make his apom. However, unlike the Penang version, this one is not as eggy or soft but with crispier edges just like the ones you get in the KL/PJ night markets.

lamp posts are so useful, here you have a banana holder

What is unusual are the toppings, he offers here that seem to add a certain "ommph" to the humble snack. The durian version (RM4.80) is so incredibly good, as he adds a dollop of durian (supposedly made from the best) when cooking the apom in the pot. We also had the banana with nutella (RM3.50) - the eternal and oh-so-fab combination of ripe bananas with the chocolate hazelnut spread.

1 and 2. Read the signs, 3. the simple stall across the road from Devi's

The enterprising stall owner also takes orders on the phone (we heard some people placing their orders when we were there) and he can even do catering for private parties for a sum of RM280. He's also looking to expand his business and will consider franchising. When we went there about 10pm, it wasn't too crowded hence we didn't have to wait long but after that, we saw a steady trickle of people coming over to buy back apom. If you're dining at Devi's Corner, you can also order the apom, as he delivers them to your table. Incidentally the stall owner has a great sense of humour, must admit I love the play of words for his "Pu-se" apom (a combo of pumpkin seed and red bean paste) and his notices all around his stall.

Apom Stall at the side of Devi's Corner
Persiaran Zaaba
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Kuala Lumpur

(Pork free. Open from 9pm to 2am daily. To book your apom ahead, call Chubby Law at 019-2800698. For the google map, see this

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Japanese Food @ Kogetsu, Saujana Resort, Petaling Jaya

1. the tranquil garden setting, 2. california temaki rolls in row filled with ebiko, 3. fresh airflown sashimi

Kogetsu has always struck me as one of most serene Japanese restaurants in town, with its unique house on the lakeside setting. Sandwiched between the hotel and the golf club, I've always liked the place for its privacy, easy parking and the tranquil lake view seen from the wooden windows.

going crazy for makis: 1. salmon skin maki, 2. negitoro maki, 3. unagi maki

The restaurant is also from the older generation of Japanese restaurants similar to Kampachi at Equatorial Hotel and Genji at PJ Hilton, where they serve more traditional Japanese fare. Like all Japanese restaurants, they get their fresh fish air-flown in twice of week, hence you get a good seasonal selection on Wednesdays and Fridays here. You can ask for a mixed sashimi platter, where they'll pick what is seasonal. When we ate here, we sampled the varieties - tai, tuna, kinmei and aji. Everything is very fresh and presented beautifully. It's interesting to note that this place serves their sashimi platter with something unusual - grated fresh ginger vs the usual pickled ginger or gari.

1. another one in the million shot - don't you think the fire looks like a dragon?, 2. teppanyaki beef tongue

The menu also features a variety of makis, ranging from the California hand roll, negitoro maki stuffed with minced tuna belly, salmon skin maki and unagi maki. If I had to pick a favourite, it'll be a toss up between the crispy and crunchy salmon skin maki topped with ebiko and the fat luscious unagi makis.

1. crustaceans? 2. kick ass hiyashi udon noodles, 3. the peaceful lake view

The restaurant also operates an open kitchen, hence if you're a little observant, you can even catch some "fire action" happening at the window reflection. Teppanyaki is also another favourite here. I'm always partial to oysters done this style, hence it is always an order for me. I love the beef tongue (not too chewy) and the juicy beef tenderloin. Unlike other places in town, the restaurant tends to slather their teppan items with a brown sauce to give it flavour just before serving. While the sauce is delicious especially with a bowl of white rice, purists, who prefer just the grilled flavour are forewarned to ask for your items to be served with the sauce seperate.

scream for ice-cream; peach, red bean, brown sugar and black sesame

Aside from the usual Japanese menu items, another favourite of mine is the unusual cold hiyashi udon noodles, served with a spicy cod roe. Very much an acquired taste - I love the slippery cold noodles, liberally mixed with the kick ass cod roe and chopped bird's eye chillies. Yums, as it kinda reminds me of mentaiko spaghetti but with a lot more spice. Last but not least, leave room for Kogestu's selection of ice-creams. Some are made inhouse (like the brown sugar and black sesame) while others are brought in from Japan, like the delicate peach flavour, that I can't get enough of. For more pictures and details, see my Flickr set.

Saujana Resort
Jalan Lapangan Terbang SAAS
Shah Alam

Tel : 03-7840 5888

(Pork free. Open for lunch and dinner. On Sundays, they usually serve a Japanese buffet lunch for RM80++ per pax. However, this will be temporarily stopped for Ramadan.)

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Monday, August 17, 2009

Kuala Kubu Bahru - Hainanese food, quaint town & a summons

1. the amazing facade and windows here, 2. smile, you're on the camera, 3. old style barber

It's been a while, since we did some small town exploring and since we had to drop by Ulu Yam to pick up some documents, we swung by Kuala Kubu Bahru for a quick bite. As usual the journey vide Rawang is harrowing with the crazy traffic jams. The town seems to be booming, expanding way beyond the one road that you find loads of new shophouses around. A certain someone did get a little impatience with the slow driving of the locals, hence he overtook the car and unfortunately got caught for that. Turns out the police are always catching people at the Serendah corner and since we're no locals, we fell for that trap and Splashie Boy got a summons.

Hainanese chicken chop, simple stuff

Luckily the drive towards Kuala Kubu Bahru was uneventful after that. Been ages since I've dropped by the town. One remembers climbing the Chiling waterfalls and doing a number of river crossings here, a very long time ago. Most of you will know the town for its white water rafting now and also the town right before going up to the hill resort, Frasers Hill.

1. Coffee, 2. piquant pickles, 3. don't spit here, 4. dating couple, 5. watching the days flip by

The whole town is well preserved, with old buildings dating back to 1930s mixed with some modern renovations and new shoplots. For lunch, we ended up at the old style Hailam restaurant, Sun Sun Seng Nam on Jalan Mat Kilau. This place is quite famous with loads of Chinese newspapers cuttings on the walls. When we got there, lunch was just ending for the locals, who were still sitting around chatting. There was even a couple of school going kids dating at one corner.

fluffy and simple Hainan fried rice

The place is obviously a great fan of Coca Cola, as the tables all have red plastic cloths with the word emblazoned on it. I liked the old wooden dividers that give a little privacy to people from peeping toms, for one side of the table. The owner is obviously an upright citizen of the town - there's a number of approval letters and accolades from the police, firemen and etc plastered all over the walls.

the bar with the approval, tiny bottles of Guinness from yesteryear

The menu is simple with the choices made clear cut for us - chicken chop or hailam mee or hailam fried rice. We decided to go for fried rice and the chicken chop. Thumbs up to the food! Fried rice was fluffy and fragrant with prawns and egg. They gave a sourish pickle made from green chillies, ikan bilis and onions on the side, that added kick to the rice, but it tasted fine on its own also. I liked my chicken chop, simple and plain with a brown sauce, onions and peas. The coffee was also good but not fantastic.

1. Be my friend, please!!!, 2. disorder in the kaya bottles, 3. snarl! go away

Best of all, we walked around the place and found so many great shots - an old bar with the sign saying it is approved by Her Majesty's Forces and tiny Guinness bottles from yesteryear. If you look closely, you will see each bottle has a different animal on the label. There's also an old Indian barber at one side of the road, mixed with modern shops selling Hello Kitty balloons and loads of sundry shops. Suprisingly there's quite a lot of youngsters hanging out at this town, probably because it is near a few government school hostels. Even spotted a cafe selling waffle cones! Nevertheless, the place is nice, relaxed and very well kept. Good place to drop by after or before a brisk walk up the waterfalls. For more pictures of the place, see my Flickr set.

Sun Sun Seng Nam
8, Jalan Mat Kilau
Kuala Kubu Bahru

Tel: 03-6064 1168

(Pork free. Open from 7am to 4pm. Closed on Sundays.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Dining Out @ Dish, Dua Annexe, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur

elegant flower decor

I confess I'm a great fan of Delicious probably because, I know I can always get great salads there (my fav is the Vietnamese Chicken - one ginormous plate of crunchy greens I heart a lot), way beyond my dinnertime since they open till very late. Bangsar Village I's D'lish was also a favourite hangout (during their deli days) to grab a quick bite, whenever we did grocery shopping (my favourite was the old fashioned coconut tart). Then when delicious ingredients opened, that's where all my hard earned monies went to - stocking up on chocolates, luxe ingredients like truffle salsa, duck fat and etc. Hence, when I inadvertently discovered, Dish had opened its doors, I was a little excited and all ready to give it a try.

1. roasted bone marrow, piping hot from the oven, 2. you get Maldon flaky salt here, 3. the eco-friendly bread box

Touted as their "fine dining" establishment, Dish is set within the confines of delicious ingredients at Dua Residency. Not very fine dining ambience but more like a deli-like atmosphere I felt (reminds me a little of Neroteca). Here, you get full service here (very attentive staff unlike the other Delicious outlets, where you sometimes want to pull your hair out!), little touches like flowers in elegant glass vases, Maldon flaky salt on your table and complimentary chocolate truffles at the end of the meal.

sublime pan fried foie gras served with a sweet Muscat reduced sauce and grapes

In the menu, you'll find dishes that use items from the deli such as the pastas, the bone marrow which I've blogged before, meats and etc. The roasted bone marrow definitely caught Ciki and Lyrical Lemongrass' eyes (and tummy) since that's the ultimate foodie item and considered Anthony Bourdain's ultimate last meal. It's a huge platter of bones (about 3 large ones) served wth a caper parsley salsa and toasted baguette (RM28). One advice to all of you, share these among a few people as it's one helluva rich tasting item.

1. comforting steamed mussels, 2. hearty lamb shank pasta

The Ravenous Rabbit & I enjoyed the sinful foie gras - hers was Dish's own made parfait served with raspberry jam (RM38), while I had the pan seared version with a sweetish but divine Muscat reduced sauce and grapes (RM58). Gorgeous stuff, as my foie gras was cooked to perfection and went so well with the slightly sweet sauce. They served it on top of a toasted brioche, that seemed to absorb all the juices of the foie gras. Yums! Apart from these items, I also like the steamed mussels with tomatoes, chillies, onions, thyme and a dash of white wine (RM28) - a very comforting bowl especially on a cold rainy night eaten with loads of toast and bread. Other starters you can pick from are fresh US oysters, lobster omelet, which I have heard is very good from Sean, slow confit of salmon, roasted tomato soup, melted raclette cheese (something I always eat at La Suisse, Plaza Damansara), beef carpaccio and smoked duck salad. A word on the wine here, it's pretty reasonable as we shared a very nice Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc for about RM140 (I think) for the meal.

1. argula salad, 2. duck fat roasted potatoes, 3. loads of meat with the prime rib, 4. foie gras parfait.

Moving on to the main meal, carnivores will love this place as they serve a variety of steaks such as striploin, ribeye, t-bone steaks with a minimum thickness of 2 inches from the US and Australia (including black angus, wagyu marble). We went for the huge US prime rib with the bone in - a huge chunk of meat at about 1.5kg (a whopping RM178 per kg) to be shared among a few of us. It came nicely chargrilled (with those pre-requisite grill lines I love) with a medium pinkish center. The meaty bits were very nice but unfortunately, it also came with a lot of fat, which we discarded. Here, you can ask for your steak to be served blue or blood rare, where they just sear it quickly with an inside that is still cold and reddish. They also serve a variety of sauces with the meats, beef jus reduction, chimichuri, truffle butter, green peppercorn, mustards and etc. We went for the truffle butter that was very good with the steak but we didn't quite like the
chimichuri - a tangy mix of parsley and garlic. You can also order sides to share - argula salad with thinly shaved Parmigiano Reggiano (RM12), duck fat roasted potatoes with rosemary (RM12), portobello mushrooms with thyme (RM12).

flame to cook sublime crepe suzettes

If meat is not your thing, go for the hearty pasta like the comforting bowl of lamb shank cooked for seven hours in a rich tomato stew (RM48) or the lighter tasting grilled tiger prawns with fresh herbs and chillies (RM58). While I loved the pasta, one didn't think much of the prawns though as they weren't as bouncy as we liked. They also serve fish, duck, lamb, chicken, more pastas including a potato gnocchi.

aah, classic desserts are still so good

Once the main meal was out of the way, it was time for desserts. First, it was the crepe suzette, the classic dessert, which they nicely let us snap pictures when they prepared it at their kitchen. I've always been fascinated (since young) with the flambe part, when the cognac goes in and it's lit up. Thumbs up to the crepes, really good especially with a dollop of Haagen Daz vanilla ice cream (RM18).

yummy desserts to end the meal, complimentary chocolate truffles and the gorgeous pavlova

We also loved the Black Forest Pavlova with fresh cherries and Baileys whipped cream (RM18). The texture of the pavlova was nice and crisp (not the chewy type like Delicious) and the fresh cherries weren't too sweet. One didn't really taste the Baileys though in the whipped cream and at one time, we thought it was kirsch! Nevertheless, it was very good and sublime. We ended with complimentary chocolate truffles, which the rabbit shadow got a taste of.

Overall, I definitely won't mind coming back to try the other items especially the pastas, the other steak cuts and the desserts (seems the Earl Grey Tea cream is also nice). However, be warned as it may burn a hole in your pocket since prices are definitely way beyond Delicious. The seating is also quite limited but one has no idea if it gets packed during the weekends since not many people know of its existence. More pictures can be found on Flickr.

Dua Annexe
Jalan Tun Razak
Kuala Lumpur

(Pork free. One does not have the tel no here, so maybe you can call delicious upstairs at 03-2166 2066 instead. Open for lunch and dinner.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Chinese Food @ Dragon Star Seafood Restaurant, SS1, Petaling Jaya

the unusual heart of palm fried with onions and prawns

A very quick post for today. Been busy hence processing pictures was put on the backburner these few nights. When it comes to sniffing out great tasting and good value for money places, my mother and relatives are excellent on this account. They're regulars at Restaurant Sam You, whether it is the original outlet in Petaling Jaya new town or its numerous branches. One can understand why, as the food is always good there (the eight treasure duck is much better than Sek Yuen's version!) and at affordable prices.

baked chicken with salt and cekur

This particular restaurant, a new one that took over the old RHB branch just a hop and skip away from my old primary school, Kampung Tunku is their new favourite place. Opened by the same owner of Sam You in SS3, this place serves decent Chinese food that is not too oily. Apologies for the pictures (just snap and go ones ok!), as I had to quickly snap them, since I had my relatives all staring at me urging me to hurry up as they were hungry!

fried dragon leaves with garlic

The family loves vegetables, hence we had two types, both very unusual ones. One was the dragon leaves (RM12), a variety from the chive family except it is not so pungent. Excellent dry fried quickly with a tinge of oil and a bit of garlic, it is fast becoming a favourite vegetable of mine ever since I ate it at Ducking. We also ordered the heart of palm (RM35), something I've eaten before in Mauritius in a salad (a famous one known as the millionaire's salad). Seems we grow them here in Perak, hence these are available in local restaurants now. While the taste is nothing much, you go for the texture that is akin to bamboo shoots (minus that pungent smell). Really nice fried with a slightly spicy sauce and prawns.

steamed long tan (sea grouper)

I liked their baked chicken with salt and cekur (RM23 for half)- very tasty and juicy especially if you eat the skin. Last but not least, another favourite of the family, steamed long tan or sea grouper (RM40). I always go for the slightly chewy skin of the fish, as that's my favourite part.

No pictures of the decor since it's the typical Chinese restaurant but it felt weird to eat in an ex-banking hall, I used to visit to draw monies from the ATM! The restaurant world in Petaling Jaya seems to be quite small too, noticed one of the ex-captains from King Crab has relocated to here. Do visit this place for great Chinese food. Parking can be quite a nightmare around here though, as it is limited to one row (incidentally Salero Negori has opened a cafe under another name on the same row).

Dragon Star Seafood Restauran
54a & 54b, Jln SS1/22
Kampung Tunku
Petaling Jaya

Tel: 03-7877 6673

(Non Halal. Restaurant is on the row of shophouses that face the main road and next to the Esso Station, near the traffic lights where Kampung Tunku primary school is located.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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