Posts Tagged ‘food’
Posted by: Copykate
January 29th, 2013 >> Posts
Swedish House Mafia last last Friday at Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach.
Studded skull tank, dip-dye denim shorts, chained headband and vintage golden chain bag :)
A night with great music, laser light, fireworks and rain.
And not forgetting awesome friends of course.
Introducing Kenji Sakuramoto, our boss of the night. Teehee.
One last tour baybeh.
Even the unicorn was excited XD
Looking all disgusting at the end of the night, but that was the least of our concern.
We came, we raved, we loved. Thank you SHM for such an amazing night in Malaysia!
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Tony Roma’s Best Rib Election Showdown!
Look at all these yummy ribs!
The girls and I savouring our bountiful beef ribs.
Beef Short Rib. A little too dry for my liking.
Lamb Ribs, my favourite of all for the great taste and tenderness.
And the winner goes to the Bountiful Beef Ribs!
That's all for my 3-in-1 update! More events to be posted soon! xoxo
Posted by: Copykate
January 27th, 2013 >> Posts
Behold, here comes a super pink post with kitty overload, as if my blog isn’t already pink enough!
You don’t have to go all the way to Japan, Korea or Taiwan for Hello Kitty Café, because there is one right here right now in Muar – my beloved hometown! A Hello Kitty Café at a small town like this, who would have thought?
Don’t belittle this café because of the location. Step into this pink haven and you’ll be amazed.
Apparently the café has been opened for quite some time but for some reason nothing motivated me to go visit. There wasn’t much hype about this cute café either, at least not within my circle.
A gathering session with 2 high school classmates brought me to Hello Kitty Café, or otherwise named as Sweety House Café which gave me a whole new perception to Muar! I was already quite excited along the journey, and thank goodness the café did not disappoint me. The moment I stepped in, I went woooo and waaaaaa like a suaku (kampong girl wtf).
Pink walls, white curtains, pretty chandelier, Hello Kitty cushions and countless Hello Kitty decorations!!! How can any girl not be amazed by this place?!
Simple pink and white furniture are lovely after some added frills and polka dots.
A beautiful corner next to the entrance with a giant pink bow! Inspiration for my future room!
Even the air-con can’t escape the kitty fever. The owner of this shop must be an extreme Hello Kitty fanatic!
Every table along the wall has its own unique Hello Kitty sticker.
This particular one is even bedazzled! *mad love*
We picked our cosy little corner.
Introducing Joo Kim and Hui Ruan, my 2 Convent mates who will be doctors soon. See, they are busy practicing anatomy and saving people’s lives yet I’m here writing about pink stuff and sweet kitties *??
This wall made me go awwwww~ Inspiration for my future baby room!!! Errr, provided it’s a baby girl lah XD
Kitty tissue box (albeit a little stained).
Another cleaner tissue box.
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(direct translated as 3-cup chicken wtf, dunno the English name) RM6.90
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(Nyonya chicken + rice) RM6.90
(panmee equivalent) RM4.90 Notice that piece of kitty flour??? LOL!
How the bowl looks like at the bottom! ^^
Popcorn chicken. Can’t remember the price.
The menu is in Chinese since the majority of Muarians are Chinese literate. Too bad if you’re a banana, I suggest you go to the café with a friend who can read Chinese. Overall the prices are reasonable, in fact super cheap for a Hello Kitty themed café as such! Try visiting other similar café, the prices are sky high for sure. Of course location matters too.
Moving on, more Hello Kitty decorations around the shop.
Omgosh A bling bling Hello Kitty telephone!!!
A big Hello Kitty cushion!!!
Okay lah I have to admit the cushion looked rather dirty and disgusting. I imagine the worst kind of people hugging it and filthy kids farting on it. Still, I couldn’t resist the golden opportunity to capture this fake happy moment wtf.
I mean, I was happy to be at the café, just not happy having to hold that cushion. Teehee.
More photos with the girls.
It’s weird to say this but while you’re there, don’t forget to see the pretty toileto! Go take some photos even if you don’t feel like peeing! (that’s what I did XD)
Kitty mirror!!! *snap snap snap*
Kitty soap container!!! How thoughtful of them!
As I left the café, I noticed this pink letter box outside.
Showed someone this photo later on telling him I need his help to paint my mailbox to pink next time but he told me off by saying that the only mailbox I’m gonna have is an email inbox. Le sigh, he might be right after all :(
That concludes my visit to Hello Kitty Café in Muar! Thank you so much for bearing with my bimbo moments. Thumbs up for the owner who put in so much effort on beautifying the café. I love it and would definitely recommend you there!
FYI, Hello Kitty Café is located somewhere behind the Bank of China. Drive around those few blocks, you won’t miss the pink shop that really stands out on that boring commercial building!
Address: 9, Jalan Perniagaan 2,
Pusat Perniagaan Kenanga,
Posted by: Copykate
January 25th, 2013 >> Posts
Last week was quite a hectic week for all the party people. Swedish House Mafia on Friday, We Love Asia on Saturday and Sunday. Rave rave rave the entire weekend! As for me, I even attended Mixx Club’s 1st
Anniversary in Melaka on Thursday night and back to KL on Friday night for SHM, after which I was too tired for WLA so decided to skip.
Aldrich was back in town for the weekend just to attend SHM. So dumb of him to have not realized that SHM went to Singapore for their One Last Tour also. LOL. But anyhow it could be an excuse to meet up. In case his name doesn’t ring a bell, he was our host when Jess and I went to Singapore. Read here
So instead of going all the way to Sepang for WLA, we had dinner at Changkat Bukit Bintang. Tried Pampas for the first time as it’s Loo’s favourite (don’t understand why).
Pink bodycon skirt – Bangkok Black pumps – Mixit (borrowed from mum, they’re surprisingly comfy XD) Speedy Damier – Louis Vuitton Pink watch – Casio Baby G
Pampas is quite a lovely restaurant for dining but it could use a little music.
Like the other bars and restaurant located at Changkat, most of the patrons here are ang moh. The waitresses are mostly foreigners so it’s a little difficult to communicate with them. Had to speak slowly and utter every single word clearly :/
Set dinner costs RM80++ per person but we didn’t order that.
– Lightly sauteed fleshly scallop with garlic & red chili, served with salad and honey mustard dressing (RM32)
Very much overpriced for 4 little pieces of scallops. That’s like RM8 for one scallop wtf. The garlic and chili were great but the scallop was too hard for my liking.
– Breaded and deep fried squid rings, served with pampas tartar sauce (RM25)
Crap. Totally tasteless. Felt like I was eating rubber :(
We ordered a few main courses for sharing. Chose from different categories because we are super judgmental, must see if every category is good. Teehee.
– Linguine with de-shelled tiger prawns tossed with herbs, garlic, paprika, chili and butter (RM32)
Quite satisfied with the reasonable amount of prawns. The taste is quite good but probably a little too oily due to the butter?
Norwegian Smoked Salmon Slice Burger
– Smoked salmon double decked with salad and egg served with horseradish mayo spread (RM29)
One can never go wrong with smoked salmon. The egg was just right, didn’t overcook. If you’re a burger person, I would recommend this dish.
Pampas Mix Grilled Platter
– Grilled rib eye, sirloin and rack of lamb served with potato wedges and companied by mushroom sauce and horseradish sauce (RM85)
We were having high expectation on this dish for Pampas being famous for grill but sadly it was disappointing! The meat was tastes as bad as it looks. TBH it was like hawker standard wtf I wouldn’t pay RM85 for it!!! We requested medium well for the lamb and medium rare for the beef but somehow most of the meat tastes hard and dry probably due to being overcooked. The wedges were quite bad also. And I must say the sauce just didn’t go well with the meat. Totally failed!
I’m not sure how the other meat from the menu tastes but don’t ever order the mix grill platter! I assume we just happened to order the yucky choice that night, can’t conclude that the rest of the meat sucks too?
Total bill was RM57 per person, quite cheap compared to other restaurants nearby since most of the food here are priced at RM20-30 range.
Met Joshua for the first time. One of Aldrich’s scholar friends back there in Singapore but he has already graduated and is working now.
Address: 22-1 Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang
Posted by: Jamie Liew
January 21st, 2013 >> Posts
only found in the last 10-20 years, Andong Jjimdalg is a very famous Korean Dish. I myself, am a big fan of this dish but I do not always eat this dish because it is not cheap U_U.
normally cooked with chewy glass noodles and mixed vegetables, this dish can be topped with the famous korean fried rice, which can be cooked with the sauce of basically any leftovers. eg : ddeokbokki sauce too!
the ingredients to making Jjimdalg. that green thing there ain’t cucumber but it is called the korean pumkin which is ONLY available in Korea. =D.
with Miena! our pretty Japanese classmate who watched Korean dramas her whole life and took an express 2 weeks course and got placed into Level 4 with us. madness. and she’s better than me in Korean I can say pfft.
the Jjimdalg me and my partner made! yum yum yum =3.
?? ??? Jjimdalg Recipe!
ingredients : 1 chicken, carrots, white huge onion (or what I call the Korean Onion), chopped garlic, sweet potato, potato, salt, sesame oil 2 spoonful, pinch of salt, soy sauce 1 cup, mulyeot (corn starch I suppose. the transparent sticky thing. ??.) 1 cup, chilli powder 3 spoonful, 3 taps of pepper, 1 small slice of smashed ginger, dangmyeon (chewy glass noodles), mushrooms (optional).
I forgot the sequence of how to cook it but you should put those which turn soft easily later. =).
me, Diana and our Jjimdalg!
I was so happy with my Jjimdalg that I ate Jjimdalg the next day again. at the restaurant above the 7 Eleven (Andong Jjimdalg. its beside some Chinese restaurant. on the 2nd floor.) at Sinchon (from the Uplex exit, walk across the main road and go straight and you will see the 7 Eleven soon!
but we had something even worse. the spiciest thing I’ve ever tasted in Korea yet. I had so much of this I ended up crying. tears of joy of course for I have loved spicy food all my life. this is called the Jjimdalg Buldalg where BUL, means FIRE hehehhe. ????.
went there with my friend, Paul from Philippines! working in Malaysia though.
when you eat something that hot, COOLPIS is very very important. cools you down supposedly. you need at least 2 of these. though these are sold for like 1,000won in the marts and a few times the price outside =S.
saw this group called 100% shooting at a Chicken shop. I didn’t even know them before this. I asked their manager who they were and their manager looked so grumpy. offended him probably =X. they had some games but since I wasn’t a fan, I didn’t continue gawking at them cute boys. =S. I’m just lazy like that. and it was cold!
but that guy in that dark blue jacket was really pretty hot. my type!
and a little bit off topic. because I do not know where to put this, THIS IS WHAT I DID FOR CHRISTMAS!
for two non-christians, we were having some Christmas errr lunch with old-school Christmas songs playing in the background. epic.
this is Leo. he’s the same age as me and I made that Spaghetti! MALAYSIAN STYLE!!!
got my mom to send me some chilli padi’s and limaus for the extra spicy and Malaysian-ish flavour =3. and look, we had gummy bears! NOW THAT’S ESSENTIAL FOR CHRISTMAS! *cough coughs*
and I also made my favourite tomato chilli Sardine =3. with oh so crunchy onions <3. my absolute favourite.
must camwhore with my creation!
also, I want to thank Paul for the lovely yellow roses for Christmas! they were of super good quality and they were huge as well (grade A roses!). didn’t have much space to put them in my room but it’s so nice to have the thought that a friend sent you flowers even when he is in Malaysia =3. delivery service these days. so friggin’ efficient.
Posted by: Copykate
January 21st, 2013 >> Posts
Like I said earlier on, ever since I discovered Ippudo Ramen in Singapore, I’ve developed a new passion towards ramen! Click here
to read my review on Ippudo Ramen you wouldn’t want to miss!
On Christmas eve, we decided to have our lunch at Marutama Ra-men located at Fahrenheit.
It was my first time visiting this ramen shop hidden at a quiet corner on the first floor of Fahrenheit.
If you happened to be seated near the window, you could see Bintang Palace ????
across the road. LOL.
Plenty of choices in the menu but unfortunately all of them are similar. All ramen here come with the same chicken soup and the only difference is the ingredients. You can choose either spicy or non-spicy soup.
Other than ramen, they serve quite a number of side dishes too.
Char Siu Tamago Ra-men
– Chicken soup Ra-men with 4 slices of roast pork, seaweed, spring onion and a seasoned egg (RM26)
Char Siu Negi Ramen
– Chicken soup Ra-men with 4 slices of roast pork, seaweed and spring onion (RM25)
The seasoned egg in the second ramen was an add-on. Aside from the egg, the 2 ramen are the same according to the description, but the second one has more seaweed and spring onion.
The Ajitsuke Tamago is highly recommended. Not sure but from what I read all good ramen shops these days serve this seasoned egg?
Nothing special about the soup. Still prefer the miso soup ramen from Santouka Hokkaido Ramen. The only specialty that boosted my appetite was the egg.
Over all it was mediocre for me but apparently it is someone's favourite ramen shop. I guess opinions vary. I personally prefer broth with stronger taste! :)
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January 18th, 2013 >> Posts
Official post for HF birthday blog post with pictures of food and stuff and cakes and rainbow and unicorn.
Me and Shanon, we both like this picture because it's so "macam yes" and we're like xD xD when we see this picture. Now I look back at it I dont feel "xD xD" anymore. Anyway, just post. Incase you're sick of looking at food pictures again
One more please. I cut my hair shorter I just wanna upload and look at it.
I would say that Marmalade cafe food is rather good, the service is abit....(´?_?`)
Ruxyn Chicken Pie, I cant remember the taste thou. Go ask ruxyn.com yourself !
Shanon's Smoked Duck Wrap, which taste like peking duck wrap.
This is good and appetizing
Another duck dish.
Duck and Spinach Fettuccine, the sauce is yummy and fettuccine is well cooked!
I dont remember what is this, Salmon something something with wasabi but it taste nice too.
My No cream carbonara which also taste delicious, the spaghetti here are all well cook :D
Individual photo with the birthday boy, he's such a lucky man to have numbers of leng lui best friend.
After our pleasant meal we hop to Gilly Cafe to celebrate HF birthday
we got him a rainbow cake from Bisou, call Dream Come True when we're walking around bangsar village.
I google up Bisou rainbow cake and I found this,
so pretty !!
Do check out.
and happy boy is happy, he loves it.
and we all girls shamefully sing happy birthday song loudly to him.
See, this kind of friends where to get
Taste wise It;s actually okay, pretty normal. I still prefer the one in Kissaten
Chocolate ice cream - Picture taken by ruxyn
Picture taken by ruxyn. Her D7000 blardee mad love.
and we selca like mad because shanon forced me. If you wanna selca but out of idea for your expression here is your reference la
This is like lovey dovey pose
you can learn shanon act hiao if you're not holding the camera
Or act cute like this
Or be amazed. "WAHH =O="
Give your partner an extra hand if she's busy holding the cam.
Poke for her too. Look, shanon looks so happy and ke ai wtf
but wtf, this picture is like part of my hand actually trap / touches her armpit.
OMG this one too, shows more hand body language, In fact My hand officially glue to her armpit.
Probably I notice that time, feeling something poky or disgusting so my hand is not any near to her armpit already
err, fish mouth pose i think. Shanon is liek squeezing her cheek and she look like she didnt eat for few days
I dont know why I look so bubbly and happy and shanon looks so fierce here.
Haih, we boh chemistry.
angry look utterly angry
wtf Im out of caption, I dont know what pose is this. But shanon looks scary thou
I guess we're bored so we back to normal smiling pose.
After such a tired selca session with her, Sook came....
and there goes again... 10+ pictures
shock wave enough wtf
ok enough of selca picture,
The amount of vain selca photo I posted here is too damn high.
Enough said, good bye.
Posted by: Jamie Liew
January 13th, 2013 >> Posts
I am not sure if I should say that I am lazy to split the post into a few parts or I am too hardworking that I’ll blog one whole long post. but I consider myself lazy so here goes. I went to Cheongju to see my best friend, Peter, who came out from the army for holidays. his family lives in Cheongju and hence I had to take a bus down to Cheongju. it takes around 90minutes to arrive and costs 8,000won from Dong-Seoul station. I went to Cheongju twice in a week actually. but I will blog about my first part as I did not take too many pictures the 2nd time.
putting my size 5.5 (235) feet beside my size 13 friend’s shoe. MADNESS. I felt like a kid.
and we went to his cousin’s wedding! my first time going to a wedding. it’s pretty different from Malaysia as it is done in the afternoon. and the ceremony lasts less than 1 hour. then off you go to the huge buffet hall!
Peter with his older brother! both in the army. you can imagine how sad their mom is =S.
the stage was quite pretty but really, lasted too short! I think I prefer Malaysian weddings more but the ones here look nicer.
they’d have a wedding picture taken professionally after the ceremony. the photographers here are awesome. they’d make sure everyone looks fine and could be seen in the frame.
this is how the huge buffet hall look like! of course, it wasn’t the guests of just 1 couple. but several. there were many wedding halls. and seems like it was a good date so they were pushing on time. =S.
food they serve was not bad but I think I had too much of a mix that my stomach was pretty upset haha.
they knew I loved the Kim Tak Goo drama so they brought me there! and to my surprise, the filming set of Man of Honour ??? ?? is right NEXT to the filming set of The Baker King, Kim Tak Goo!
such a beautiful place. it was so.. surreal pfft. because I liked this drama too and it was totally unexpected so the happier I was!! but everything they sell inside were so expensive. since Cheongju’s not Seoul or Busan, they are supposed to be much cheaper but its price was something like a shop in Gangnam.
life sized printouts of the main characters of Man of Honour!!! is it me, or do I always prefer the 2nd character compared to the main lead of the drama?
dear readers who watches this drama too, DO YOU REMEMBER THIS PLACE!!! IT’S THEIR HOME!
the cafe which Joo Won (the 2nd lead of Kim Tak Goo!!!) went to on 2 days 1 night 1?2?! if I am not mistaken. hehe.
the view from the set!
and more! quite a pretty view I must say. although it is no city. but this place has a strong “korean feel” which I like teehee.
apparently another drama was filmed here. but don’t know so didn’t bother. teehee. so if you remember, please tell me? hehe. seems like many drama’s are shot here. =D. great view since it was above the hill. but it was SO BLOODY COLD. and, we had only 10 minutes so we shot everything in just 10 minutes!
the OTHER side of the Man of Honour’s building.
they even have a painting of them!
fan girl me.
me and my handsome Seo In Woo!!!!! <3 <3 *super fangirl*.
can you see the wind! pfft. it was like -15 with the wind BLOWING LIKE HELL.
there were so much more to see opposite it. the walls were all creatively painted and all but I had too little time so here, just 1 picture. =S.
and just down the street, IT’S PALBONG’S BAKERY SHOP!!! I know, I know, the drama has been out for 3 years but I am still very in love with this drama. still the best drama I’ve ever watched.
unlike the other set, this set’s food are muchhhhhhh cheaper hehe. though it’s not like super cheap pfft.
that road they used to walk along!!!! *fangirl fangirl!*
lets go in? shall we?
my favourite favourite favourite actor other than Daniel Henney! =3. Joo Won. <3. he’s the bad guy but not that bad afterall pfft. I loved how he debuted with such awesome acting skillsand the best is, HE’S HANDSOME AND TALL! =3.
but Peter’s brother is taller. pfft. maybe it wasn’t printed to live size teehee. =D. but his brother is really tall.
and the interior of the shop. very small but warm enough!
and they sell red bean breads here too! only at 1000won! or was it even cheaper? hmm. but it was cheap! =D.
since 1947!!! not sure how true it is. hahaha. or just because of the drama.
MY MAJUN AHHHHHHH. <3.
the whole wall filled with pictures from the drama! awesomeness.
they had to make Majun taller! HA!
there are no directions better than to tell the taxi driver there to get you to Kim Tak Goo’s film set because it’s far up high at the hill. I have no idea on how can anybody get there by bus but…… oh well. just take a taxi hehehe. tell them to go to Sudong of Sangdang-gu. but telling them Kim Tak Goo should be good. if not, the road of the place is ??? 54??. =).
we later headed for ANOTHER hill. to drink makgeolli!!! I told Peter’s dad that I like makgeolli and he insisted on treating me makgeolli at a nice place. and yes, it was superb!
and it’s so pretty all around!
I seriously had no idea where I was. but it was the hill behind Cheongju University.
the lake on the right was frozen and filled with snow!
that restaurant/makgeolli place served these soybean starter for free. it was really my first time eating something like that. reminded me so much of Taufoofar. it was so good. and in a weird way, it tasted really good with the sauce they provided which was salty and a little spicy @@!
cheongju’s cider tasted like rose syrup. no joke.
this is muk. or acorn jelly. love it with salad. mmmm.
my soldier friend!
they serve home made makgeolli (ricewine, if you’re wondering what that is.) by a kettle! and that bowl is so huge I think it fits almost a whole bottle of makgeolli in Seoul pfft.
it was THIS HUGE! I could only drink 2 bowls. D=. super a lot okay?
coming here was sooooo awesome. not only was the price in Cheongju much more reasonable, the food here tasted awesome. their Makgeolli’s not as strong and much easier to drink. not like the ones in Seoul ( my favourite Jangsu, made by Roy Kim’s family! ) tasted bad, but they are just, stronger. I like both. period.
look at the kettles!!!
Posted by: Copykate
January 12th, 2013 >> Posts
I know my posts recently are all about food food food, but that’s what my life revolves around recently. FML. Bear with me, be ready for another food post! Teehee.
Looking for a place for cheap lunch? Check out the express value lunch from Capricciosa! Founded by a Japanese chef, Capricciosa serves a variety of Italian pasta and pizza.
The lunch deal has been around for quite a while. Sometimes the restaurant is even full during lunch hour.
From only RM9.90, you get to enjoy a selection of main course + soup + bottomless drink!
Grilled salmon salad for the starter.
Steamed Chicken Fettuccine in Olive Oil – RM9.90 value lunch.
One of my favourite from the ala carte menu – Calamari Squid Ink Spaghetti!!! My mouth and teeth became effing black after that. I suggest you bring along a toothbrush if you ever order this dish because you’ll have a hard time getting rid of the ink in between your teeth. Swear I looked like a hardcore smoker! LOL.
Cannot smile with my teeth liao :x
Anyway how do you like my new watch?
BGA-132-7BDR from Casio Baby G Girls Generation collection!
White ruffled dress – Zara Kids Beige lacey cardigan – Attack Golden glitter flats – Mixit
Address: Lot OB3.LG2.2 Oasis Boulevard
Tel: 03- 7492 0513
Posted by: Copykate
January 9th, 2013 >> Posts
I had long craved for dessert especially huge pieces of sweet sinful cakes so the other day we went all the way to Bangsar just for an afternoon indulgence at Alexis Bistro.
For those who haven’t been to Alexis, look for Bangsar Village as the landmark. Alexis isn’t in the shopping mall though, but rather located at one of the shop lots nearby.
This place is perfect for a quiet afternoon tea and also a classy dinner date. Prices are reasonable with pasta ranging from RM30++ onwards. If you’re there before 3pm, there’ll be a set lunch menu priced at RM20+ which was quite cheap as it includes a soup, main course and dessert. The choices were limited though so we opted for ala carte.
My Carbonara Linguine
was served with a generous amount of bacon and mushroom.
The portion was just right too. Although for some of us, we always feel disgusted at the end of this extremely creamy dish.
Alexis beef burger
was delicious too. His actual intention of ordering this was the shoelace fries! LOL.
Quite a whole chunk of it. Salty and crispy with some taste of herbs. Alexis doesn’t serve these fries separately so the only way is to order the burger. It was worth it nevertheless.
Of course, no matter how full you are, one does not simply come to Alexis without ordering dessert! After all, that was my main motivation for going there.
You might have heard that Alexis is famous for its Tiramisu. Yes it’s true, I love their Tiramisu and I would certainly suggest that you try it. But this time I had Pavlova
– layers of custard and cream topped with strawberries and blueberries. I assume this is one of the best selling dessert there. The previous time I went it was sold out. It’s so yummy I finished 95% of it even though I was so full after that Carbonara. And 95% is quite a lot, considering it was a huge piece of cake!
His Banofee Pie
. It’s banana with cream that tastes like coffee. It tastes good but definitely not my type of dessert. I never like any dessert that tastes like coffee. It’s just weird.
Drop by Alexis Bangsar for their dessert, you will love it for sure! There’s Alexis at BSC, The Gardens and Ampang too :)
Address: 29, Jalan Telawi 3,
Posted by: Copykate
January 7th, 2013 >> Posts
This is a super backdated, almost forgotten post. But today I just went to my friends’ place for homemade Dak Galbi and then I remembered, how can I have not blogged about Uncle Jang earlier?!
I’m sure everyone in town had heard of, or otherwise had been to Uncle Jang Korean Restaurant. We went to the one at Solaris Mont Kiara and as far as I’m concern, they have branches at Puchong and Ampang.
That was my second time visiting Uncle Jang Solaris and I was very much looking forward to it although I was quite terrified by the level of their spiciness after my first visit. My advice: don’t overestimate your ability. We ordered one spicy and one normal but it was still insane. And believe me my level of tolerance is usually higher than average when it comes to taking spicy food.
Look out for Maybank when you’re at Solaris. When you see the signboard of Uncle Jang, take the elevator up to the 3rd
floor and you’ll immediately be greeted by the aroma of spicy Dak Galbi.
The restaurant is usually crowded with locals and Koreans.
Other than the spicy chicken main dish, there are a few side dishes we get to add on. I think Dak Galbi goes pretty well with ramen. Udon is just mehhh. The mushroom is yummy too!
Before cooking. A huge chunk of cabbages, chicken and chili paste.
Rest assured you don’t have to cook it yourself because the friendly foreigner waiters are ready to be at your service.
A hungry and skeptical couple. It was Eugene and Jolwee’s first time there and they have been frequenting Uncle Jang ever since! LOL. Thanks to them I get to taste some homemade Dak Galbi today.
Some complementary kimchi, garlic and cabbages to further spice up our meal.
There there, almost done. Are you drooling yet?
Now all we have to do is to add on the ramen, udon, rice cake and mushroom that we ordered. Hmmm, the smell was irresistible!
Ready to be served! The amount we ordered was a little crazy but it tasted so good we finished almost everything! Almost. If only Ang weren’t on his diet XD
Don’t worry if it gets too spicy. There’s free supply of plain water by default just like any other Korean restaurant.
Or you might wanna get some soju to make it a perfect Korean meal. Teehee.
A very satisfied couple. Yea, that’s the amount of our leftover. Quite an accomplishment yea XD
For those who have been to Uncle Jang, you know how good it is and how you’ll always go back! For those who haven’t, man you have no idea what you’re missing out in life.
Uncle Jang Korean Restaurant
Address: 11-3, Jalan Solaris 1