Dinner a couple of weeks ago at K10 claypot chicken rice restaurant in Bercham, Ipoh. K10 is one of the Malaysia’s most famous restaurants specialises in claypot chicken rice, a simple yet tasty Cantonese delicacy.
Bumped into this Korean restaurant in Puchong last week by chance, was settling some stuff at a nearby bank and the restaurant was just a block away.
Cozy place, nice ambience. The place specialises in Korean BBQ – like most other Korean restaurants in Malaysia – but we ordered set meals with kimchi stew and bulgogi beef instead. Most of the stuff in the photo were side dishes; the variety of side dishes is a common trait in Korean meals.
The food was great and filling. Didn’t expect much at the first place but hidden gems were often found when least expected, ain’t so? Bill came at RM50 (USD14) for two pax; not exactly cheap by Malaysian standard but worth coming back.
Top Spice Korean BBQ Restaurant
Address: 15, Jalan Puteri 1/4, Bandar Puteri Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia
[Update] The place is permanently closed
PS: According to Dennis, one of the restaurant owners is a famous chef who used to host a cooking TV show in Korea.
Lunch at Kin Shui Tei Japanese Restaurant at Tropicana Golf & Country Resort last Sunday. First heard about the restaurant from my ex Japanese boss years ago, who recommended the place for its authentic Japanese cuisine…
Somehow it took me years to make my maiden visit, which turned out to be one of the best Japanese meals I’ve ever had; guess it’s better late than never…
Saturday lunch at Meng Kee restaurant at Hicom-Glenmarie Industrial Park, Shah Alam. Their char siew (Chinese barbecued pork) is one of the best I’ve ever had, nuff said…
Meng Kee Char Siew
Address: 20, Jln Pekedai U1/36, Hicom Glenmarie, Shah Alam, Malaysia.
Phone: 019-379 3629
Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park is located in Sabah, Malaysia; it’s a marine park comprises of five islets and its surroundings.
The park is named after the first prime minister of Malaysia; it’s popular tourist spot for beach strolling, sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling and water-sports (parasailing etc.)
Some photos from my March 2009 visit at Mamutik Island and Sapi Island…