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Easy KL Hokkien Mee

For the longest time, I had been craving for the authentic KL version of hawker-style Fried Hokkien Mee – thick, dark, slippery, sticky noodles with lots of gooey, caramelized gravy and a breath of wok. If you recall, my previous encounter with Hokkien Mee was at Temasek restaurant, which did a terrible job at promoting… 

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Trishna

North Indian Cuisine at Trishna

Finding North Indian food in KL is not a difficult task, but finding reasonably priced and good North Indian food might not be that simple. Last weekend, we visited Trishna, a restaurant that specializes in authentic North Indian cuisine located in Hotel Istana. The interior was generally pink with their pink chairs and table cloth,… 

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Chong Siew Lam

Chong Siew Lam Steamed Fish

It was a Friday, and as usual, we had a long lunch time. I hopped into my friend’s car, and asked him where we’re heading for lunch. After about 20 minutes of journey, we reached a rather secluded place in Serdang Lama and parked the car. Apparently, this restaurant with zinc rooftop that seemed to… 

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Grand Palace

The Temple of the Dawn

Wat Arun is probably the most famous landmark if you’re cruising along the Chao Phraya River. After our visit to the Grand Palace, we hopped on the boat taxi and headed towards Wat Arun. To get there, we had to cross to the other side of the pier by taking a boat that charged us… 

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Wok Dish Way

Wok Dish Way

Mention ‘lei cha’ and you will get either very positive response or a grunt of dislike by most people. I personally know some friends who avoid lei cha like a plague but I know an equal number of them who worship leicha thinking that it’s one of the best creations ever by the Hakka descent…. 

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Butterfly Park

The Butterflies of Malaysia

Sometimes when visitors or friends come to KL, they’d ask the million-dollar question, “What’s there to do or see in KL?” To answer that question, I usually would have a hard time frowning and thinking over, because to me, KL is more a food haven than anything else. I can tell you where to eat… 

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