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Char Koay Kak 炒粿角 | Bringchang Pasar Malam | Cameron Highland

I found this Char Koay Kak (炒粿角) at Bringchang Pasar Malam (night market), Cameron Highland. It is a typical Char Koay Kak, which is frying together with bean sprouts (豆芽), chives (韭菜) and egg.  

 

The Ridge - Teja By The Sea | Batu Kawan

The Ridge - Teja By The Sea located at Batu Kawan, is a very nice place to enjoy food. We had our dinner there on last weekend with family. By the time we arrived there was already 7.30pm, too bad we missed the sunset view. We ordered tomyam ayam with 2 bowl of rice, 2 lamb chops, 1 fish and chip and 1 roasted chicken. For drink, we have one big jar of fresh orange juice. Mee udang is recommended by waitress but it was closed after 7pm. One big claypot of tomyam ayam, RM12. I like the sourness and little sweetness of the tomyam taste, not too spicy. I found the serving is quite proffesional, take note of how they served the white rice. This claypot tomyam is enough for 4-5 person according to waitress.

 

Easy No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake Recipe

It was my nieces birthday again on last two weeks. Yes, again...she is now 10 years old and her sister whose birthday also fall in May, is 7 years old this year. Time flies, I am getting older and they are getting bigger. Our family normally celebratetheir birthday at the same day since both birthday fall in May. We always say they are "sipek ho mia" (super good fortune) because we celebrated their birthday yearly. Unlike my generation, I only get to celebrate my birthday on my 12th and 18th birthday.

 

Sibu Kampua Mee 寺巫干盘面

Being a Malaysian, I am a bit(yes, a bit only) shy to say that I have never been to Sarawak. I give myself an excuse that it is too far away from my lovely hometown, Penang island. The air ticket is quite expensive to travel from here to there. But, I think that I am lucky enough to know a friend from Sarawak, which willing to share with us the recipe of their local famous food, Kampua mee ("Gam Mua" noodle (干盘面)). Kampua mee is from Sibu and it is Fuzhou (福州) food. My first impression about Kampua was it almost same as dry Wan Tan Mee (干云吞面), as the sauce is black in colour and it is dry mee. Well, look at the recipe and cooking method, let's compare the differences.
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This is the second time I went for Yakiniku in this restaurant. I missed the opportunity to take the photos of the food at the first time. This time I must grab the good opportunity to take as many photos as I can to share with our blog’s reader as I believed it is a worth recommended yakiniku restaurant in Japan.




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Sunflower outside the restaurant


Why do I say it is worth recommended? Refer to the reasons listed below:

1. I like to eat yakiniku.

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2. I like to eat scallop (they have big and fresh scallop).

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3. I like to eat sushi (but don’t eat too much as it makes you full easily).

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4. I like to eat sweet sweet dessert, it makes me happy.

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5. I like to eat ice-cream.

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6. It is buffet style, eat all you can!

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Ramen corner

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Noodle/vege corner

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Meat corner

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Meat corner

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Salad corner

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Soup corner

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Dessert corner

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Meat corner

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Drink corner

7. It costs 1480\ (about RM55) only which is quite worthy.

8. ……don’t know liao……

9. I want to “sia” all the TAM CIAK people, make them “lau nua” (main focus)


One thing that I was not satisfied with is the time limitation. You will only have 90mins to enjoy the buffet. For the first time, we spent about 75mins on the yakiniku and left 15mins for the dessert. It was not satisfied at all, and I don’t have the time to eat ice-cream. But…but…but, I learnt from the first lesson, I managed the time properly when I went for the second time. After one hour for the yakiniku, I proceed with the dessert. Huuray! I managed to eat as much as I can. How smart am I? Hehhe…SONG!


After the yakiniku, we went to cycle around nearby area, the cooling environment make me feel relaxing. This is part of my life in Japan. I believed I will miss the time I spent here after I go back to my lovely hometown, Penang Island.


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If you also wish to eat yakiniku, you may go to Chou Shun Kan in Crystal Point, the place I had my yakiniku in Penang before I came to Japan.

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