Indonesian Prawn Curry Recipe 印尼咖喱明虾食谱

Indonesian Prawn Curry 印尼咖喱虾 does not refer to the origin of the seafood but rather the taste. This is a very popular dish in Malaysia which I am eager to recreate in my kitchen. Ingredients: 600g Prawns, with shells on and legs trimmed. 1 small or ½ a big Red Onion, cut into wedges. 5 … Continue reading

Pantai Seafood Restaurant – Petaling Jaya Malaysia

I have been busy lately but here’s a heads up if you are traveling to Petaling Jaya in Malaysia. This no-frills restaurant may just be the place you can enjoy seafood (live tanks), some local cze char dishes and double-boiled soups. This is where the locals eat! The restaurant may be no-frills but their dishes … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 7

Wow! I didn’t expect a 2-day-1-night trip to span over 7 days of blog posting but there’s just too much I want to share, like the unblemished simple-styled yet tasty food and the pulchritudinous landscapes of Sungei Lembing, an old tin mining town, that has in recent years become an exciting tourist destination for Malaysians … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 6

Did you noticed that I spelled Sungei with an “e” when it should be Sungai with an “a” ? I guess you can tell if a person’s from Singapore or Malaysia just by its spelling. It should be Sungai Lembing as I found out. In bahasa Melayu (Malay language), sungai means river and lembing means … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 5

When I was cursing complaining of my ill fate of having to climb in Mt. Bromo, my friends who had visited Panorama Hill warned of my impending trip to Sungei Lembing. The steps are 3 times more than Mt. Bromo even though the latter is higher and if you think Mt. Bromo is tough wait till … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 4

Do we still have room for dinner? Of course we do! This IS after all a FOOD and Photography outing. By the time you read this, I should be in the bus on the way to scale another mountain. This time to Sungei Lembing in Pahang, Malaysia, where food has been promised to be much … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 3

After lunch, we journeyed on to Gua Charas, a limestone cave formed millions of years ago. The cave is taken care of by some Indian devotees who maintain the peaceful sojourn from donations of visiting locals and tourists, like us. Entrance fee or rather donations of MYR2 is clearly written on the box where donations … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 2

We continued our journey to Sungei Lembing and Michael, our tour leader who is also a master street photographer, informed that lunch and toilet break would be in another 2 hours or thereabout when we arrived in Pahang. The chicken was crispy outside and yet quite tender. The rice was fluffy but not as fragrant … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 1

A week passed and it was time to go on Sungei Lembing trip (31st Jan 2015) in Pahang, Malaysia. Knowing that Benny wasn’t too athletic, I didn’t expect climbing mountain to be part of the itinerary when I signed up for this trip a few months ago. Thus, before I could take a breather from my … Continue reading

Delicious Makan Trail In Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia! Part 5 (Yong’s Steam Bot Garden 泳池海鲜生锅園)

Steamboat meal was excellent. Ricky’s friend said there are a few steamboat restaurants in Batu Pahat but Yong’s is well known among the locals for their fresh tasty food and reasonable prices. Indeed, we saw a good turnover of diners during our dinner. Benny said he liked the fact that the broth was not overly … Continue reading