Friday, November 30, 2012

We're here for good food. Soul Kitchen, Penang.

We're back in Soul Kitchen for good food. :)

We were actually wanted to visit a cafe at Carnavon Street, but too bad it was not opened until 2pm for being in an event somewhere. We reached at 12.30pm sharp which is their opening hour.
Next time then.

Soul Kitchen was on our mind then.
Luckily it's opened. (They closed for some time before that)

 That's poster on the wall. It looks so real, isn't it?

Monday, November 26, 2012

t-break Danish, Tesco Mutiara Damansara

There are a lot of new tenants since this Tesco outlet reopened a few months ago.
Good to know that Madam Lim and Santai Kitchen remain.

And one of the newbies that excites me is t-break. 
They sell pastries as well as meal.

 I was attracted by the cute danishes nicely displayed at the entrance.
I was told by the lady boss (I supposed) that their danishes are so good that I would come back for them.
Sounds inviting, but I was in a hurry that I couldn't dine in, so I bought 2 to try.
 Apple danish.
The first bite already won me over!
It's very fresh too.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Paris Baguette, Seoul

Paris Baguette is almost everywhere in Seoul.
It's our favourite bakery too during our 5-day-stay here, for its ambiance and bread.

For that morning, we visited the nearest branch to us in Myeong Dong.

 Pororo's cake, how cute~

Thursday, November 15, 2012

More visits to Greenlicious

I visited Greenlicious for a few times after my first visit in August this year.

Basil fried rice with mushroom nugget and salad, RM13.90.
My order, tasted so-so and nothing to shout about.

Vege roll, RM9.90.

 Lei Cha King, RM15.90.
Chenyee compliments a lot on this!
She had this again during our last visit. :)

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Secret Recipe Beyond Veggie, Tropicana City Mall

My sis got to know about this outlet from her colleague, talking about their egg less cake.
We were quite eager to try upon knowing that, so one day we decided to be there to have dinner.

Such a good news to vegetarians!

Cosy seats.

Here's one of the unique features of this outlet: eggless cakes!

Friday, November 9, 2012

Invited review: Gokuraku Ramen

Like doughnut and pork burger, ramen has becoming another F&B trend in Malaysia. Ramen shops are mushrooming especially in Klang Valley area.

I'd only visited 2-3 ramen shops so far in KV area, and to date I've never really been impressed.
So when I was invited to do a review for Goku Raku Ramen, I accepted and prayed for delicious ramen. 

It was a rainy Tuesday and I predicted heavy traffic jam from PJ to Mid Valley. Not really happy for my accurate prediction, I was caught in jam for more than an hour to reach just in time for the review. *phew*
As soon as most of us arrived and ready for the dinner, we were introduced to 2 Japanese chefs who are the important person for Gokuraku Ramen. We were lucky to meet Mr Teruhisa Shimizu (on the right) as he was coincidentally here and he was going to leave KL after the dinner meet up with us.

Mr Shimizu hails from Tottori, Japan. He gained his cooking skills in Matsue and Hiroshima city before venturing into his own business, and now he owns many restaurants including ramen restaurants in Japan.

That brings you Gokuraku Ramen, which has the "horikiri style" ramen, discovered by the noted ramen connoisseur, Mr Shimizu. The unique style meshes well with the palatable pork, chicken and fish mixed broth, as well as the Shio (salt) and Shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) soup base made specially by the chef. Our broths are simmered to perfection for 36 hours to bring out its exquisite taste and our ramen are made fresh daily with our ramen making machine.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

some comfort on rainy days

I always prefer sunny days than rainy days.

It's raining season now.
So just have something to cheer up.

These definitely do cheer me up! :)
And it's sunny and bright again now~

@Coffee Famille