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Sunset Moment at Pantai Morib, Banting

I heard about Pantai Morib or Morib beach since my young age when the Anak-Anak Sidek cartoon was very popular on TV back 20 years ago. We went there on last Saturday for an unplanned gateway as well as to catch for the sunset moment.

We just waze for the location and this Morib Beach was an hour driving from our house in Puchong Jaya via LDP and SKVE highway. After exiting the highway at Teluk Panglima Garang Exit, you will pass thru a 2 lanes federal road and passing by local villages before arriving to Morib area.

At first, we turned to Morib public beach which is very crowded and hard to find car parking. So I decided to re-route our journey to Gold Coast Morib and that is truly the best decision ever. Easy parking, very private (less people on that time) plus the sunset view here was truly stunning.

After spending almost 1.5 hours appreciating the sunset moment, we walked to the beach restaurant at the Gold Cast Morib for dinner. Very cliche but its okay. We ordered a Premium St…

Tomyam Kelapa Special (Special Coconut Tomyam) at Jalan Helang, Puchong Jaya

I love tom yam and I know many others out there love to eat tom yam too. If you are living in Malaysia, tom yam can be found at almost everywhere. From famous Thai food outlet, food court and street stall.

What so good about tom yam? For me, I love the clear broth, the spiciness and the freshness of the ingredients. In some articles that I previously read said that tom yam is good to heal flu, fever and for detoxification. So why need to pay so expensive when you get fever if you can sip a big bowl of tom yam soup right? Or you purposely wanna get MC from doctor the next day. Hahaha
Okaylah. Before I'm talking rubbish, let me straight to the topic of my 1st entry for October month. 
My housemate love tom yam too. That day I am so lazy to cook. So, I recalled that there is a row of Malay stalls located at Jalan Helang in Puchong Jaya. I told Chris that maybe we should check the place since the best tom yam should be made by Malay Kelantanese/Siamese (which is where the stall locat…

My Unforgettable Red Velvet Muffin from Chocolate World, Pavilion KL

Its soft, its smell good and its melt in your mouth. That is what I can describe about the Red Velvet Muffin that I recently bought from Chocolate World at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. 

The outlet is located next to the Food Republic and was care by a young Malay girl. At first, we never though of buying anything there. We were just browsing at their chill glass chocolate display and the girl start to greet us and give us many free tasting for their cookies and chocolate bites. 

According to the girl, all the bites here were made with chocolate which was imported from Belgium. Well, that answered by it is so great taste. While she entertaining other customers, we turn to the other side of her kiosk and saw the rows of fresh muffin. No hesitation, my housemate love everything made with the name of red velvet and we finally bought a large Red Velvet Muffin which we will eat it in the cinema later. 

I never eat Red Velvet Muffin before. But I think this one is great. Its melt in mouth and very li…

Get Impressed with the Impressed, Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur

I was at La Juiceria on last July to try their cold pressed juice. If you want to know what is cold pressed juice? please go ahead to my previous entry about it. 

Me and my housemate were on our way to Bukit Bintang and we dropped by to Nu Sentral before hopping to KL Monorail to continue our journey. Then, my housemate were pointing to the La Juiceria and suggesting for Cold Pressed Juice to cool down ourselves during the heat of the hazy KL. 

But then, I remembered my ex-colleague whom currently working in Nu Sentral management office told me that there is a Bumiputra own Cold Pressed Jucie outlet located at the same floor which called Impressed. So, we change our mind from La Juiceria to Impressed. 

Impressed do serve limited choice of Cold Pressed Juice, but I love the simplicity on the menu. The staff suggested to us to take I4 in the juice menu which is consisted of watermelon, carrot, orange, green apple & pineapple. The stated benefit was anti inflammatory, to lower the chole…

My Fun-Craving Dinner at Franco Restaurant, Avenue K

Hi everyone, 

It has been awhile since my last posting in this blog. Before that, Happy October to all. Thats mean, we will have 2 more months before year 2016 and year end holiday time. I wish to complete my backdated blog writing before its too late. Perhaps I need to swiftly write a new entry after my eating out or activities. 

I was craving for Franco's since few months ago since I have to pass by the restaurant at old wing of One Utama Shopping Centre when walking to my office. I followed their Facebook Franco Malaysia and the IG: Franco Malaysia and been tempted with their food photos and promotion during their regular udpates. This experience was at their another outlet which is located in Avenue K, Kuala Lumpur. 

Franco do serve a fine casual French Japanese cuisine for the diners. The menu was limited but stunningly tempting. I think it is good to be specialize like this rather than presenting a whole book of menu but fail to deliver the best taste. This is what I like about…

The Italian Gelato, Takashimaya, Singapore & The Case Study

Italian Gelato? What is that? 

I was in Singapore for a business trip with my housemate and we walked thru the lower ground of Takashimaya to cool ourselves from the humid and burning Singapore. Then, we accidentally stopped at this Italian Gelato & Coffee (I would say a kiosk or mini bar) which is located very near with a bakery and water fountain there. 

Without hesitating, I ordered 2 gelatos for us, Forest Berries flavour for me and Mango flavour for my housemate. Well, this is my first gelato in my life and I think it taste pure, flavourful and yum! Since the temperature in the Takashimaya is very chill, our gelato was not easily melting too. 

Other than strawberry & mango flavour, they have other flavours too such as Green Apple, Cookies & Cream, Apple Pie (which is the flavour of the week), Mama Cookies (which is special of the day) and many more.

Okay. So back to my earlier question. What is Italian Gelato? 

Actually, it is a twist tongue language. Gelato is the Italian…

Crossing to Singapore via JB Sentral - CIQ in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Hi guys,

I was in Singapore on last weekend for market survey for my new business. Out from normal, we decided to park our car in Johor Bahru (easily known as JB by Malaysian) and will take bus from CIQ (the immigration Malaysia immigration check point to Kranji in Singapore.

Crossing border can be very easy if you are choosing the right time. Please avoid peak time like in the morning and evening and there are alot of people are rushing to work on both side of CIQ traffic, Singapore & Malaysia.

To save money from paying an overnight parking at JB Sentral, I parked my car at Suria City Hotel which is located about 10 or 15 minutes walking to the CIQ. It is a free limited parking and I assumed it is safe. LOL, hopefully the hotel parking don't get cramped after you read this article.

So, after changing money at a money changer at JB Sentral, we walked thru the escalator heading to the Malaysia immigration electronic counter (non Malaysian will need to proceed to manual passpor…

Nasi Kukus Ayam Rempah, Restaurant Warisan, Nu Sentral Kuala Lumpur

Hello everyone,
Without we realized, now is already August 2015, which is mean 4 more months towards the year end. Me myself will get busy with my brother engagement ceremony, building my house in Segamat as well as planning my 2 months year end trip which probably will start on mid December 2015 until February 2016. 
Out from that busy schedule, I still try to find my time to hang out with my friends and trying out new food places in town. Eventhough I do have a strong believe on having home cooking. But I think there are a lot more foods out there which is still very delicious and I need to taste it. 

So, this time I would like to share about a restaurant located at the ground floor of Nu Sentral Kuala Lumpur called Warisan. Briefly, this restaurant served authentic Malay cuisine with affordable price and diners actually can casually enjoy their meal no matter for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

The main highlights of this restaurant is the Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah (Steam Rice …

My Experience at Mentai Sushi, Puchong Jaya

I supposed to meet my housemate at Kimchi Haru, IOI Boulevard. But then, I walked passing by a new sushi outlet located at the other side of this IOI Boulevard and suggested Chris to try this newly open sushi restaurant.

First thing about this Mentai Sushi (which at first I read it as Hentai Sushi) is I like the crowd. It was full house at the time we step into its front door. A good sign for a newly open restaurant I think. Like other sushi restaurant, they have a moving sushi delivery machine (oh I don't know what is its real name) with plates in red and yellow colour which is very catchy for customer's eyes and they sushi makers work station was at the front side which customer will know that they produce the sushi by customer's needs. I mean, when theres an empty sushi plates on the delivery machine, they will roll a new sushi afterwards.

Alright. Enough with some elaboration about this place. Lets check on the menu. The sushi in yellow plates came with price RM1.80 e…