Friday, October 28, 2011 | By: Grace Ann

Bak Kut Teh Yap Eng, Klang

Klang has always been known for its bak kut teh and honestly none have disappoint based on the few restaurants I have dine in. The latest bak kut teh I have tasted was fantastic. We were taken to this called Restaurant Bak Kut Teh Yap Eng and it is situated in this address:
2-42 Jalan Bendahara 20b
Jalan Taman Sentosa Utama
Klang, Selangor 41200

Packed but we manage to find one.
The usual soupy bak kut teh is tasty and I like the soft meat which they called it 'sui kut'. And there is this dish that came with dried chilis and though it looks like fats but they are cartilages.
Traditional Bak Kut Teh

I'm not sure what its called but the cartilages are superb.
There was the Dry Bak Kut Teh which was my favorite, Its the mixture of ingredients that blends together so well it was irresistible to the core. Both the soup and the dry are delicious. Makes your tummy growl for more. The steam egg is not extraordinary but nevertheless is tasty.
Dry Bak Kut Teh
Steam Egg
I highly recommend this place where you can have both the soup and the dry bak kut teh. I am not able to quote prices as a kind soul treated us for our lovely lunch. How I wish I can experience this taste back in Penang. Don't miss it if you go to Klang!
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 | By: Grace Ann

Woolloomooloo Modern Australian ~Penang

Better late than never, an overdue post on the only Australian Cuisine that I have ever come across in Penang. Situated near Sunshine Square, it is a quaint and well lighted restaurant serving a variety of authentic Australian food cooked by a chef from Australia. I went there one of the days after their opening.

My friends and I had set lunch each using one of groupon or mydeal vouchers. We also called some ala carte to have a try. Here are some of the things we ordered. I had Linguine with Smoked Salmon and it was a taste I had to accustomed being the Malaysian I am.

I love the scallops, love the mixture of taste of the scallop with the salad on top.
Polenta - encrusted Fried Chicken with green pea mash & tomato relish  
Hanky Panky  (Lychee, Apple, Strawberry)
Jelly and ice cream & mushroom soup
 I love the Hanky Panky drink. So refreshing.
Lady of the directors
Business Hour : Tues - Fri: 11:00 am-3:00 pm 6:00 pm-10:00 pm Sat - Sun: 11:00am-3:00 pm 6:00 pm-3:00 pm  
Monday, October 10, 2011 | By: Grace Ann

Capitol Satay Celup, Melaka

I must be out of this mind to wait for more than an hour for this. What can I say, I can't help it, I'm a tourist in Melaka and this is a famous restaurant serving satay celup. I left myself no choice but try it! So I did it, and it tasted delicious. It is a cross between Lok Lok and Satay. It does not have Satay like we normally do, but its Lok Lok varieties such as quail's egg, vegetable, cuttlefish, prawn, meatballs and fishballs, and even scallopis to be dipped into this hot-boiling-thick-nutty gravy as you can see here.
The server comes to the table a few times to add more gravy and stirs for us now and then. It is thick like Satay sauce but it has its unique taste which is why people are lining up hours for it.

a blurry scallop.....
Friends who are enthusiastic with their food and soya bean drink!Yums!!
Will you be at the end of this line?