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"Remember to Remember"

2011: Cheers to a Greater Year Ahead!

Put on the thinking cap. Make a resolution :)


Happy 2011 people!

Thanks for supporting our blog & you know we love you guys!
More good food to SHARE! See u next year :)

Happy Birthday Chris!


Happy 26th my dearest :)

Su's Cakes for Kicks @ Fahrenheit 88

Tea Time!
And the first stop we spotted was this little baby blue sweetheart found on the ground floor of Fahrenheit 88.


Another birthday treat from the BF where he decided to feed me to the fullest with desserts so that he could sit down and grab his daily caffeine (yeah, after tiring ourselves over at Tangs Pavilion).
And yes, we did not get anything from Uniqlo.

Su's Cakes for Kicks used to be only available in the cyberworld for offering tantalizingly home-made cakes dated as far back in 2004 as a home-based bakery. And now, setting up a kiosk over at Fahrenheit is a clever idea.

We settled for their well known Durian Cheesecake - RM8
(throwing away the bad breath thought totally!)
Every forkful were creamed with durian and cheese!


Malayas Bistro @ CapSquare, Kuala Lumpur

Remember that we mentioned about how much we adore stepping into restaurants that are 'old'?
Well, not exactly 'old' in terms of it being there for quite sometime but also goes to those with the retro essence. Going back in time is a very good idea for a restaurant.

Malayas Bistro

Malayas Bistro nestled at Capsquare is a hidden gem that brought out the flavours of Malaya (Malaysia). Dining at this restaurant reminded me of "1957: Hati Malaya", a movie that flashback the days for the tough route towards independence and how the founding fathers sacrified to free us from colonialism. I believe you would feel that way too. Wipe out the boring topics that we just memorized hard by words just to pass the history test and indulge in this atmosphere and the heritage they are trying to preserve taking you to old Malaya.


Yut Kee @ Jalan Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur

I had a very blissful birthday this year.
A blessed one.
Blessed with lotsa good food; thanks to friends, family & Chris esp, who have the intention of expanding my waistline! (or was it vice versa? oops!)

From pre to post celebration flooded with meals schedule. Oh please.
Yeah, there was an itinerary lined up for me:

Hearty brunch at Yut Kee
Tea at Su's
Dinner at Huck's

Brunch at Jade Pot DimSum
Tea at Huckleberry
Dinner at Prego

Lunch at Kampachi

Spoilt with food. Now I'm lined up with sources to share! :)

A hearty start at Yut Kee Kopitiam was a perfect idea by Chris. Needless to intro about Yut Kee as it has been around since 1928, planted with histories of serving good cups of local-style brewed coffee, tea and their specialties. Managed by the 3rd generation now, they are still doing great!

"Old is Gold" I love this term & we love dining out at old authentic coffee house like this. Sitting on the wooden chair surrounded by the 'old-school' atmosphere, sipping my 'teh-C' away while watching Chris enjoying his coffee. hee...


Fried HaiLam Mee - RM5.70
I love how they stir-fry the noodles with the 'it' sauce. I ate more than him. Oops.


♥ Happy 25th Birthday Christine ♥



Lots of Love from Chris ♥

LamMeeYa 淋面屋 @ 1 Utama Shopping Centre (New Wing)

In order to reach in time to 1U for the earliest show of Harry Potter (yeah, sleepy heads woke up late), we adjourned to the mall directly for breakfast/ brunch. Having thought of a hearty meal with noodles, we headed towards Lammeeya. We've previously tried once at Lot 10 Hutong (thought it was great) and decided to give it another go here at 1 Utama.

Lam Mee Set - RM12.80
Comes together with cold Soya Milk & a bowl of meatballs & fried 'fu-chuk'.
To our disbelieve, the lam mee didn't come up to our expectation. Thick sauce which we don't find it tasty and the noodle were just too soft. 'Live-less' I would say :(
The fu-chuk was alright but meatballs were too hard :(



Mushroom with minced meat Cheung Fun set - RM9.80
We've been searching near and far for a good plate of CCF with mushroom sauce ever since our Ipoh trip. And now we've found it.
Though it tasted different from what we expected, this serving was still satisfying. The gravy was tasty; mushroom flavours with a hint of green chili tang.


We would still prefer May Keng when it comes to a good plate of Lam Mee :)
What about you?

Disclaimer: This is our personal dining experience and we do not intend to forbid patrons/ readers from trying for themselves. Perhaps you think they've already improved, do drop by and tell us :)

LamMeeYa 淋面屋
LG 333A, One-Utama (New Wing)
Tel: +603 7727 4877

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