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Monday, April 14, 2014
Why not head down to Edo Ramen in Gurney Paragon? With menu price starting from only RM9.9. Serving Tokyo style Ramen, this is one of the few good Ramens I have tasted so far.
Ultimate Tonkotsu Ramen RM15.9. The broth is from pork bones boiled for more than 12 hours. All I could say is that it's even better than bak kut teh! The taste is so distinct that it lingers in my head for several days.
Ultimate Miso Ramen RM16.9 for all miso soup lovers. Paired with the same ingredients which includes Char Siew, Kakuni aka my favourite braised pork belly, lava egg, naruto(Jap fish cake), seaweed, pak choy, sweet corn and garnished with spring onions.
Ultimate Black Ramen RM17.9 is a must have for all fish lovers. Japanese fish powder topped with charred crushed garlic oil is hell of a good taste minus the boney feeling.
Boiled Gyoza RM4.9/plate. Soft on the outside juicy on the inside. One was never enough. Comes in plate of 3
Pan Fried Gyoza RM4.9/plate. Uniquely pan fried, served upside down, crispy on the top, juicy on the inside. Gets better when you dip them into their special sauce.
Aburi Char Siew RM11.9 tender, succulent pork marinated in soy sauce and savoury spices simmered for hours is another must try. So what are you waiting for? I can already hear my stomach growling here..
11am-10pm Sun to Thu
11am-11pm Fri, Sat & eve of public holidays
Tel 04 226 0961
Thursday, April 10, 2014
They are open from 12-3PM and 6.30-11PM daily.
Tomato rice banana leaf set. Rice and vegetables on the banana leaf is with unlimited refills. The first basket of Papadom is included but refills would be charged.
The rice is served with chicken curry, fish curry and also dhal in small bowls.
Deep fried pomfret. Fresh and piping hot makes it a must try.
The other must try is the Mc Nair Fried chicken, fried to saffron brown and tasty too.
My personal favourite the Masala Mutton. Best take with the rice.
All in all the dishes costs from 5-6 for a single serving and relatively the environment is like a fine dining restaurant but with the price of your normal Mamak stall. Definitely recommended for more visits.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
I don't know about you buy many would say that food court food are substandard. Well I thought that too but was proven wrong in this instance.
Yes I went to their food court called Just Food. At first glance they look like the Singaporean Mall food court. The food court is currently pork free and they are looking at expanding to a full Halal section.
Another thing to note is that the price you see is the price you pay. No taxes, Fully air conditioned and spacious.
The first place I visit. The drink stall.. Nothing taste better than a cup of fruit juice after a hot walk under the sun.
Carrot with milk only RM4
First thing is that I have been longing for a bowl of Pan Mee. Not too bad for the price of RM7.9 as it includes an egg with generous amounts of meat and mushrooms.
Next up I went for the food that Penang is most famous for.. Char Kuey Teow from Asian Kitchen. Not to spicy, big prawns.. Just nice for the tummy.
I was walking around and this stall captured my attention. Ain't that kebab? In a food court? No it's actually chicken Sharmerwa. You know the food they eat in the avengers after taking down the whole city at the end? The stall name is Mr. Sharmerwa.
A must try if you visit. Smoky hot Chicken Sharmerwa with Rice at RM13.9. Dip the hot chicken in the Mayo and taste heaven itself.
I was introduced to this new food called Muhammara served with warm pita bread at RM6.9
It's actually a hot pepper dip originating from Syria. It's not exactly spicy but more tomato taste which is one of a kind served with olives. Some may or may not like it but go ahead and try it out.
What kind of stall name themselves tie me up? Oops I mean Thai me up. A Thai food restaurant of course. At this point I was looking for something a little sourish to give my taste buds a kick.
Tomyum Maggi at RM6.5 which frankly speaking is the best maggi I ever had. Springy maggi noodles with thick tomyum sauce "kaw" enough to make you go back for more.
At this point I was already looking for desserts/light snacks. The famous I LOVE YOO..
Set C at RM6.9 with a bowl of Yau Jar Guai, Soya bean and Sesame Oil porridge.. Good enough to make even the sick drool. You can add the Yau Jar Guai in either and it would taste as good.
I found something from Penang Road here... Surprise surprise!! The famous Teowchew Chendul
Chendul at RM3.9 a little more expensive than Penang Road but much bigger. They say one bowl was never enough but her you gotta look at the bowl
Along with it is the Popiah served with Laksa Soup at RM
At this juncture, I was just real full and needed a good walk in the mall. Found this shirt store with a big red 50% sign which attracts me.. Time to get some shirts for work from the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club.
They have a wide range ranging from collar t shirts to round collars. I find the price reasonable too
The my favourite shop. Watches!!! Believe it or not, I found a shot that sells only Casio watches.. Baby Gs and G Shocks...
G Shocks.. Someone I know would literally drool over these..
Bluetooth.. The first generation of Samsung Gear I guess.. But the plus point of this? It supports all brands.