Thursday, August 28, 2014 | By: Grace Ann

Inner Mongolia Steamboat, Kuala Lumpur

Kuchai Lama Entrepreneur Square has an array of cafes and restaurants. We were there just for a few days for a conference therefore insufficient time to explore the many attractive eateries.

Now, an interesting cuisine I have never experienced, a Mongolian cuisine. Managed, cooked and served by Mongolians. Inner Mongolian brings our tastebuds to another level.

It's based around a steamboat menu but you can choose other main dishes and delicacies such as shown in the menu in later part of the post.

The lamb cube is tasty, a little hard for me that day. Although it looks dry but it isn't and nice to chomp on.
Mongolian Lamb Cube
Spicy beef tendons is spicy but for typical Malaysians, I doubt it's an issue. Beef was tender although with the tendons. Good to try.
Spicy Beef Tendons
Kelp Silk Salad was nice for some of my friends, as for me its sort of rubbery but the sauce,  the coriander and others was what I enjoyed.
Kelp Silk Salad
The three bowls of homemade noodles that we ate, we liked two out of three.
The menu does not give details so you would have to ask the servers.

Mongolian Lapir
There were some that's not in the menu and honestly because of my incompetency to speak Mandarin, my friend who does did the ordering and communication.  I got lost in translation. Pardon me! Anyway the two dishes below were superb. The dumpling dish is basically like siu long pau and coupled with the soup and veg, its delicious.

This fried dumpling is crispy on the outside and soft inside. An enjoyable dish indeed as starters or dessert.

We didn't fancy the milk tea because we are just not used to the taste. I believe some of you would probably like it.

We were getting to know the proprietor and its customs and that resulted in me wearing their traditional costume. It's a bit bulky because I just wore it over my existing clothes. 

Overall,  I really enjoyed the food! 

You can find them in Facebook @ Inner Mongolia Steamboat

Address: No.30-G, Jalan Kuchai Maju 6, 
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-79860282, Hp: 016 2350282

Saturday, August 2, 2014 | By: Grace Ann

Ye Wei Vietnamese Restaurant

Ye Wei vietnamese restaurant is located at Transfer Road, an easy spot to find along the road. Parking is quite easy as you turn into the road right before the restaurant. 

This place sells a pretty wide range of local Vietnamese dry foods as well as their coffees. We wanted to try their vietnamese dishes and because we were in a long table setting, some dishes were divided into smaller plates thus the photo taking as such.

The vietnamese rolls never fail to disappoint me nor the egg omelette.

The fried chicken and fish tasted normal like a usual Chinese dish. However the brinjal dish is delectable and usually I'm not a fan but for this I am.

The tea was not in the menu but upon request,  Ah Hong the owner obliged us and made us their homemade tea . The wife is a vietnamese and was busy cooking in the kitchen. 

The place is non air conditioned so dress casually to enjoy the meals. Prices are reasonable. 

Add: 168, Jalan Transfer
Tel: +6 012 909 8339 / +604 226 4363