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Offline chrisyen

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Gd food KL
« on: January 09, 2011, 06:33:14 AM »
Supprisingly not many ppl post some gd food in Mwf...

Let me start with this old KL food...

Toong Kwoon Chye dry noodle, jln Bkt bintang



this coffee shop is the most original around this area...

The noodle still the same taste...
The Teh C is still same old taste... Smooth n sweet


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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2011, 10:28:24 AM »
I didn;t know there is a good dry noodle in BB. Where exactly is it? Any landmark?

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2011, 10:51:18 AM »
wah.. looks very small portion, I think i need 2 plates to fill up my stomach! :P

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2011, 11:32:10 AM »
Next to federal hotel..., opposite the old cinema... Close to jln pudu...

Yeap... Double noodle is jus enough!

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2011, 11:38:47 AM »
Oh that 1. I used to eat then when I was in my teens :)

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2011, 10:25:39 AM »
Talking about food in KL, how many of you went to the basement in Lot 10?  Most of the famous food stores in Klang Valley are supposed to be there.  I was there few weeks ago and there are a lot of choices but the place is like mad house and too crowded. 

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« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2011, 10:29:48 AM »
I miss the fried kuey tiao at tengkat tong shin, parallel to jalan alor, opposite the corner hotel. I think now it has been converted into a 7-11 or korean restaurant :( Not sure where the guy moved to or if he retired (which I heard). Hands-down the best fried kuey tiao I had in Malaysia :(

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2011, 11:14:24 AM »
Well.. fried keoy teow must be from Penang! haha... normally when alking about it, ppl will refer to Penang keoy teow. Guess... averagely, Penang keoy teow is much better than other parts in Malaysia.

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #8 on: January 12, 2011, 11:43:30 AM »
I go to OUG for my fried kuey teow fix...I forgot the coffee shop name but it's the one opposite the wet market, same row as Caring Pharmacy...it's the one directly opposite the coffee shop (there are like 10 coffee shops in OUG) where the famous pork noodle is.

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #9 on: January 12, 2011, 12:12:31 PM »
Oh... tat pork noodle shop... i like the pork noodle there but wait like forever :)

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #10 on: January 12, 2011, 12:15:24 PM »
Oh... tat pork noodle shop... i like the pork noodle there but wait like forever :)

go early and order through the woman...she's got better memory than the others  :Laughing_on_floor:

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« Reply #11 on: January 12, 2011, 01:36:34 PM »
Well.. fried keoy teow must be from Penang! haha... normally when alking about it, ppl will refer to Penang keoy teow. Guess... averagely, Penang keoy teow is much better than other parts in Malaysia.

I guess I'm the strange one out, lol. I've been to the lorong selamat and sisters frid kuey tiaw, and aside from the large prawns, I didn't particularly enjoy it, though I did set my standards high, seeing that it was Penang. The fried kuey tiaw I ate at tengkat tung shin was definitely better than those two. Again, since I'm the lone ranger in this comment, I guess I'm the strange one, ahhaha. In the end, choices are great :D

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #12 on: January 12, 2011, 08:23:43 PM »
Kinson

You are not alone.
That Pg , Lrg Selamat - Sister char keow teow is ever popular to extreme that she (one wearing goggle) will scold customer/s when ever she feel like it.

Once my friends and I waited for for than 45 mins for our chow. The golden rule is that you must secure a table first to order your ckt.

I believe she is well known all over...

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #13 on: January 12, 2011, 09:16:37 PM »
There another wantan mee shop too..

It is located near a row of shop house near pusat bandar damasara (where we do passport)... Family business doing for quite some years alerady

I also coincidentally met Chiewata there when i was having lunch there.

I will try to snap a pic of it when i am free from my timetable.

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #14 on: January 12, 2011, 09:47:07 PM »
Talking about food in KL, how many of you went to the basement in Lot 10?  Most of the famous food stores in Klang Valley are supposed to be there.  I was there few weeks ago and there are a lot of choices but the place is like mad house and too crowded. 

not all hv standard with their original shop
- the mo sang Goh bakuteh is not as gd
- the Singapore fried hokkien Mee is as gd
- the gum lin Kei fried hokkien Mee not as gd
- the beef noodle is quite same

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #15 on: January 12, 2011, 09:52:00 PM »
Well.. fried keoy teow must be from Penang! haha... normally when alking about it, ppl will refer to Penang keoy teow. Guess... averagely, Penang keoy teow is much better than other parts in Malaysia.

yeap. I like dua suah Ka duck egg fried keoy teow at night
the mcaliater road sister fried kt, pulau tikus opposite balai...
Yummy

the taiping char kt also quite gd

in KL, segar Perdana got ppl fried duck egg one, not bad

In seremban rm4.80 also hv one wood fire char kt quite gd

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2011, 09:55:32 PM »
Well.. fried keoy teow must be from Penang! haha... normally when alking about it, ppl will refer to Penang keoy teow. Guess... averagely, Penang keoy teow is much better than other parts in Malaysia.

I guess I'm the strange one out, lol. I've been to the lorong selamat and sisters frid kuey tiaw, and aside from the large prawns, I didn't particularly enjoy it, though I did set my standards high, seeing that it was Penang. The fried kuey tiaw I ate at tengkat tung shin was definitely better than those two. Again, since I'm the lone ranger in this comment, I guess I'm the strange one, ahhaha. In the end, choices are great :D

tengkat tung shin fried kt is definitely gd...
The char Siew rice, beef noodle also must try

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #17 on: January 12, 2011, 11:02:50 PM »
The Seremban beef noddle is just divine!
for the best, it's in the second floor of Seremban market.
It's a test on a person's resilience - you gotta past through the vege seller, the fish monger, and the butcher.......then you will arrive at this second floor food court, just follow your nostril, it never goes wrong. I think there's only one beef noddle stall there. cant remember now, it's been 3 years since I was there......I always make it a point to go there when I visit my grandma.  ;)

you cannot get this type of beef noddle anywhere else in Malaysia, Singapore or the world. it is a uniquely Seremban cuisine. and I love it! :Cheers:

It's perfect, seremban is only a couple hours from KL, drive down there to have lunch, then buy some seremban char siew pau and egg tarts for desert! hehe

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2011, 06:08:46 AM »
There another wantan mee shop too..

It is located near a row of shop house near pusat bandar damasara (where we do passport)... Family business doing for quite some years alerady

I also coincidentally met Chiewata there when i was having lunch there.

I will try to snap a pic of it when i am free from my timetable.

You mean the one behind Hock Lee's supermarket? The fried kuay tiaw there is also nice, and I love the pork noodles  :thumbsup:

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2011, 08:06:00 AM »
KL not familiar... how about PJ/ Klang Valley?

I'll play

1) Ah wah hokkien mee ;D- PJ 222
2) Braised duck - PJ New Town
3) Sri Paandi (banana leaf rice) - PJ Near Hosp Uni
4) Sunrise roast duck - PJ SEA
5) Gold leaf restaurant (fish dishes) - Klang
6) Homeland seafood (crab is delicious) - Manjalara
7) Margaret YTF - USJ
8) Euro Deli (Beers and Non-halal meat) - PJ Damansara Kim
9) Sari Ratu (Malay and Indon fare) - SParade
10) La La Chong (Seafood halal) - Ara Damansara
11) Anjung Merah (Malay food) - Subang
12) Kayu (Briyani) - PJ
13) Meng Kee (Non Halal) - Tung Shin/ Glenmarie

Let me recall some place as Im drooling now

hehehe
cheers

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #20 on: January 13, 2011, 06:08:02 AM »
The Seremban beef noddle is just divine!
for the best, it's in the second floor of Seremban market.
It's a test on a person's resilience - you gotta past through the vege seller, the fish monger, and the butcher.......then you will arrive at this second floor food court, just follow your nostril, it never goes wrong. I think there's only one beef noddle stall there. cant remember now, it's been 3 years since I was there......I always make it a point to go there when I visit my grandma.  ;)

you cannot get this type of beef noddle anywhere else in Malaysia, Singapore or the world. it is a uniquely Seremban cuisine. and I love it! :Cheers:

It's perfect, seremban is only a couple hours from KL, drive down there to have lunch, then buy some seremban char siew pau and egg tarts for desert! hehe

bro... this one my favorite.... i brought our moderator to eat there 2 wks ago...
he actually hv relative open 2 shops in seremban town selling same type of beef noodle actually...
one old shop not far from wet market, another opened 2 yrs ago near public bank side if not mistaken.



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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #21 on: January 13, 2011, 06:12:11 AM »
KL not familiar... how about PJ/ Klang Valley?

I'll play

1) Ah wah hokkien mee ;D- PJ 222
2) Braised duck - PJ New Town
3) Sri Paandi (banana leaf rice) - PJ Near Hosp Uni
4) Sunrise roast duck - PJ SEA
5) Gold leaf restaurant (fish dishes) - Klang
6) Homeland seafood (crab is delicious) - Manjalara
7) Margaret YTF - USJ
8) Euro Deli (Beers and Non-halal meat) - PJ Damansara Kim
9) Sari Ratu (Malay and Indon fare) - SParade
10) La La Chong (Seafood halal) - Ara Damansara
11) Anjung Merah (Malay food) - Subang
12) Kayu (Briyani) - PJ
13) Meng Kee (Non Halal) - Tung Shin/ Glenmarie

Let me recall some place as Im drooling now

hehehe
cheers

bro,

where is this? Margaret YTF - USJ ......... what food they serve?

organise a gd food trip in pj
then i organise a gd food trip to klang for u

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #22 on: January 13, 2011, 06:19:24 AM »
KL not familiar... how about PJ/ Klang Valley?

I'll play

1) Ah wah hokkien mee ;D- PJ 222
2) Braised duck - PJ New Town
3) Sri Paandi (banana leaf rice) - PJ Near Hosp Uni



Upvote these, hehe.

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #23 on: January 13, 2011, 06:28:15 AM »
i suggest someone put up a makan place list in google doc. so when we out of ideas of makan place, we can alwiz refer that.

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Re: Gd food KL
« Reply #24 on: January 13, 2011, 07:43:24 PM »
I miss the fried kuey tiao at tengkat tong shin, parallel to jalan alor, opposite the corner hotel. I think now it has been converted into a 7-11 or korean restaurant :( Not sure where the guy moved to or if he retired (which I heard). Hands-down the best fried kuey tiao I had in Malaysia :(

OMG Kinson! I'm so with you on this one. Hands down da BEST CKT in Malaysia! I used to eat there every morning many years ago until I started working in PJ. Then one day pass by saw it was gone!

The CKT in Penang is good too but don't even come close to tengkat tong shin.