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    Sarawak noodles (many varieties) at SS 15. The shop is just further down the same road from Herbs & Food. The place is clean and air-cond. Food and drinks add up to about RM10 per pax.

    Judging from the size of the crowd this shop is quite popular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    I had lunch there with my family. We had a plate of fried beef kuay teow, some dimsum and a pot of Pu Er tea. The food is not great but the price is acceptable for such a place.
    I packed dinner there last night. Fried rice for 2 persons, honey chicken middle wings, seafood taufu and vege. Total is rm82. The food is not bad, better than the crowded one next to this eatery.

    Quite like the service quality. Will eat there next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwich View Post
    I packed dinner there last night. Fried rice for 2 persons, honey chicken middle wings, seafood taufu and vege. Total is rm82. The food is not bad, better than the crowded one next to this eatery.

    Quite like the service quality. Will eat there next time.
    Bro - where is the good place located? Nowadays I have most of my weekend meals delivered from http://www.shogun2u.com/. Food and prices not too bad and always have promotional discounts, so savings to weather the 'haze $$$'. (I don't work for Shogun)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chookyan View Post
    Bro - where is the good place located? Nowadays I have most of my weekend meals delivered from http://www.shogun2u.com/. Food and prices not too bad and always have promotional discounts, so savings to weather the 'haze $$$'. (I don't work for Shogun)

    Chookyan, thanks for the Shogun link. I am sure it will be handy for me...

    This eatery is located at SS18, next to Kah Heong. The name is Fook Mun Restaurant. It is air-conditioned and I think the main attraction is dim sum and steamed bot. I haven't tried there before until last night although I patronize the char siew/siew yok shop along the same row often.

    I had tried kah heong which is next door to fook mun but I don't like the food in KH. The food has no "wok hei" (锅气) and is always crowded ..

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    Wah!..good to know Shogun now deliver..but then again..unfortunately, this is all luxury to me..can't even afford KFC or even McD nowadays...which I deem as utterly expensive fast food.
    Sad... we urbanites getting poorer by the day..What is RM10 in these times?.. pack of ciggies oso cannot buy!
    Its DIY chow meen tonight... buy the yellow mee from Giant last week, 50 sen a pack (sale price)..usual is RM1.27..if not mistaken. Fortunately Giant produced mee seems somewhat better quality and not so oily than various unknown cottage industry manufacture found everywhere. Just unknown or suspect for not following health guidelines or practice..I just don't know..just that if its cheap..people easily buy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    Malaysia thrive on 2 principles or fundamentals.
    1) Price to be as high as possible. How come that lil red dot, expelled from peninsula can thrive on cheaper goods at that time? If things are seen as unbelievably cheap, either its nasty or there's a catch to it.
    2) Price go up rarely or never come down. If it come down, it hesitate with lorry load of reasons to resist. If go up..faster than speed of light! Got some restauranteur say..Harga naik mana boleh turun!...Lu kuah lah!!!!!!

    Singapore control inflation by appreciating their currency. A lot of their food are actually imported from Malaysia eg. meat and vegetables.

    Now it's very cheap for them to shop in Malaysia at 1 SGD = 3 Ringgit.

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    Moon Cakes from HK....taken last week



    More moon cakes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel View Post
    There is one more ~ Morganfield's at Empire Gallery, Subang Jaya. It is famous for grill pork ribs.

    There is a reason why the babi makes a good source of food. It multiplies quickly, in abundance and is large in size.

    Another good source of meat is rodents like rabbit, guinea pig or squirrel. They multiple even more quickly but they are not popular meats, but in times of famine people will even eat rats.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Guinea pigs are popular in South America (especially the Andes area). The Spanish thought they looked cute and brought them back as pets. They are rodents!

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    Last night was the first time I visit the redeveloped Atria in Damansara Jaya. Had dinner at a cafe/diner called Antipodean. The prices are reasonable and the portions generous.

    Their menu is written with chalk on a black painted wall. Food and coffee add up to RM97 for 3 pax.

    I'll post pictures of the food later.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Another good source of meat is rodents like rabbit, guinea pig or squirrel. They multiple even more quickly but they are not popular meats, but in times of famine people will even eat rats.
    Its all about how any civilization is cultured over time. Its natural you will culture your offspring on their eating trend and natural again they may or up to them to continue what they like now or in the future.
    But in times of war and famine..you'd be lucky if you have to live on just tapioca or whatever you could find. Surely our last generation who survived WW2 would have stories to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Last night was the first time I visit the redeveloped Atria in Damansara Jaya. Had dinner at a cafe/diner called Antipodean. The prices are reasonable and the portions generous.

    Their menu is written with chalk on a black painted wall. Food and coffee add up to RM97 for 3 pax.

    I'll post pictures of the food later.


    Vietnamese beef fried noodle


    Big breakfast. Yes, breakfast food for dinner.


    Lamb kebab with couscous (rice). You have so many chunky pieces of meat. This dish is real value for money @ RM22 ++
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    After reading so much about Choy Kee's curry mee from curry mee I finally tried it this morning. Not too spicy, curry is not thick and a generous serving. At RM6 per bowl it is good value. I can eat it again.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    After reading so much about Choy Kee's curry mee from curry mee I finally tried it this morning. Not too spicy, curry is not thick and a generous serving. At RM6 per bowl it is good value. I can eat it again.
    Yes, not too bad....can have another soon

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