View Full Version : What is good in AsiaCafe..and what we shouldnt try
16-09-2005, 05:06 PM
Hello guys. First of all, nice work done here! All these while it was only mouth-to-mouth ( dont think dirty ay ) kinda thingy to find a good place to eat, but WE, the Subang people have make full use of the technology *excited*
Anyway..since there are sooo many choices in Asia Cafe, i didnt / dare not to try all of them. Probably u guys can recommend what is good and a must for us to try? :cool:
fried mushroom, red wine pudding ....recommended (by me, others i dunno lor) :D yum yum
17-09-2005, 12:15 AM
The wan tan mee is nice..Try the chicken , char siew , want tan mee noodles nice.
eh ..the chicken rice beside the newspaper stall nice also. While the white chicken tauge rice near the korean ramee is not nice. Chicken and tauge no taste..
Ah..err..the beef noodles beside jap cuisine shop is nice..Hot , slippy and juicy.
The chicken or the black pepper chicken rice is good also..The stall is near the taiwan sausage mini stall...Inner stall near the middle entrance.
The nasi lemak ayam i hear is cheap and nice.The fried chicken rice with omellete is ok also. These 2 shop is before the pizza shop..outside row.
Try the smelly taufoo...It is smelly..Only at night , at the other end of the stalls..i guess at halal? section...U can smell the ****ty smell once u are nearby.
Hakka mee and bat kut teh not nice.
well if u try others nice or bad pls do comment also..Thanks.
Check out the toilet..it is air con..fellow classmate used to defaece there and smoke inside the toilet while reading the free newspaper..It is free , with air con :D..However if u don smoke inside..i don think can stay long.
At night try not to sit under the trees near the ponds..Bird ****s will drop from sky...
At the lunch time , place is pack with students from the 3 colleges nearby.
Very beautiful and handsome people are there :D
The workers there which receive drink orders in green uniform according to female mates are handsome look like bollywood actors.. :eek:
Up upstairs the pool table is still nice and smooth..Rm12 per hour..
17-09-2005, 02:55 AM
by the way guys, where is this Asia cafe?
17-09-2005, 03:11 AM
Asia cafe is opposite inti college subang jaya at ss15..
It is a food court..I think hard to miss it ..if u know where is inti college sj or talyor college main campus..all at ss15...since both road lead to asia cafe..and of course creating a bottleneck there..
17-09-2005, 03:17 AM
17-09-2005, 03:23 PM
There is lots of variety here,, I prefer asiacafe to Taman Megah meng Tien.. much better atmosphere and better quality. I think the students presence also makes the place kinda chic.
Ive only tried few stalls so far.. recommended is the Chinese (from China) noodles/dumpling just behind that pizza outlet. The korean food also ok.. Kebabs by that Italian guy also ok.. altho the beef is a bit on the tuff side.
at these type of food joints as in most coffeeshops I personally avoid stalls manned by burmese/indons/nepali/or what have u/ coz I think if the owners are serius about food quality rather than making quick money they would man the stalls themselves.
17-09-2005, 10:12 PM
the sweet and sour crab with bread is ok...i think it featured on Star's food section
12 rm i think for the small crab...
only got two flavours.....spicy sweet and sour or non spicy sweet and sour.... the store is facing lim mee yoke...
and please don't try the indian food... bloody rip off ... take two vegs and a little mutton kena rm 5..... somomore she doesn't give the papadam(sp?) willingly...have to ask.
18-09-2005, 11:43 AM
i like d claypot lou shee fun o literally translated 'ratz tailz'.... ;)
18-09-2005, 01:18 PM
never try the thai kwong foo kwui tiaw, it was tasteless and it cos rm7.
22-09-2005, 05:31 PM
Has been there weekly with my wify for dinner ever since we discovered the place a few months back.
Our favourite is the large size fruit drink, usually we'll order watermelon as it's sweet and not diluted like other place, just order one and share share with my wify... :D
Here's my black list: (food not nice)
- Pataya fried rice same row with the Korean stall
- hotplate noodles stall, opposite the fried mushroom stall
- San Francisco (or issit Chicago :confused: ) pasta, same row with hotplate noodles. Anyway it's chaplap already :p
- dunno yet... let me try first :p
Here's my goodie list: (nice food) :D
- rojak stall side by side with fried lala stall. Rojak is fresh and tasty, sotong kagkong also not bad. The fried cockles also is nice.
- China Ramen stall, original hand-pulled ramen, same stall from the one in Pudu food center @ jln pasar. The taukenio used to appeared in TV3 ads... pulling noodles then she drops a tear then the noodles become rainbows. :)
- Sarawak noodles beside the china ramen stall, still not like 100% original sarawak kolomee, but it's the closest we've tasted in west M'sia.
- Pizza stalls not bad also, the pizzas are crunchy with lots of cheese. Haven't tried the pasta yet.
- Thai ikan bakar ( my wify fav), got 3 ikan bakar stalls there, portugis, thai and another one dunno what style. Try the thai sauce stingray, really nice! :)
- Gino's kebab, Gino is the only matsalleh italian there, you won't miss him. Very very friendly chap... his food tasted so so only thou... :p
- A few more stalls haven't tried yet :D
23-09-2005, 01:38 AM
-The Sotong/prawn ball at the entrance (coming from Mee Yoke) is something that you might want to try. Watch out for the fillings, can burn your tongue.
-Fried KueyTiaw at the corner close to the Inti College is good.
-BBQ chicken wing is yummy (corner near the Inti College)
-Curry mee is nice, with thick sauce but little bit mee only.
-Korean Food so so.
-Kolo mee also so so (the one at Sunway taste more authentic)
Watch out - don't sit at the smoke zone (entrance through the Thai Grilled Fish). You will get the chili and the satay smoking you up.
23-09-2005, 07:26 AM
[- Gino's kebab, Gino is the only matsalleh italian there, you won't miss him. Very very friendly chap... his food tasted so so only thou... :p
- A few more stalls haven't tried yet :D[/QUOTE]
The 'Gino' guy I think is an albanian orgininally; I think he may like you called him an Italian ....
23-09-2005, 10:23 AM
-Kolo mee also so so (the one at Sunway taste more authentic)
Sunway which part got nice kolo mee? Was hunting up & down for the original sarawak kolo mee lar... :(
If you're refering to the one in Ming Tien, it's Kam Pua mee, it's also from Sarawak but different from Kolo mee ler..
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