23 09 2008


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Chicken Rice and Nai Cha from Wong Kok, Queensbay Mall

6 09 2008

Went to Wong Kok wif XY and we our lunch wif her mum and sis ..Food dere is ok jus service is not that good compare to last time I take dem a few weeks… is it due to too many customer le ? Dono lo.. We ordered 4 Nai-cha and 4 chicken Rice dere, and de service is real slow.. We waited for 1/2 hour for a plate of chicken rice which I expect should not be lo..

The Yim Yong Nai Cha is the combination of coffee as well tea.. Which is called Yin Yong and its one of famous drink from Hong Kong.. Yummy .. Is had de coffee smell as well as a bit of tea smell as well. Is really awake after drinking dem.. Nice and yummy …

As for the chicken rice, the portion like less and is not worth .. RM 7 for a chicken rice which is really cut troat. Futher more the chicken rice not really fresh and cost me for tat price .. Oh gosh .. Is really unacceptable..

Price: RM 7 for chicken rice, RM3.80 fr cold nai cha
Taste: 3/5

Foh San Melon Seed

6 09 2008

Foh San Melon Seed had caught my attention more than other brands of mooncakes which are heavy in ingredients which have tea flovour and many more.. Maybe is too heavy ingredients, I maybe fail to love them a lot. This melon seed mooncake is packed in small packets where u can eat them when you feel like too. This mooncake is released by Fu San and u can find them in many major stores in Malaysia. Nice and yummy

I purchase them in Jusco which is RM21.90 for packing of 30 pcs whule 12 for RM 13
Taste: 4/5

Cha Tan in YUe Yan Sang at Queensbay Mall

4 09 2008

Cha tan is one of the famous food here.. I love to eat cha tan as is mainly havin the herbal taste.. we can get them in malls where u can see many tea shop or sellin herbal shop will have some some people selling the cha tan and is really nice..

The cha tan or in english herbal egg.. is cook wif egg and a packe of herbal soup.. i love the one in YUe Yan Sang at Queensbay Mall.. Is real yummy

Marmic Pork and Fu Yong Egg @ Kim Shan

4 09 2008

Went to Kim Shan again and this time we had something more normal.. Haha.. Marmic Pork and Fu Yong egg,, that enough fr a dinner fr two kua, The taste is a bit sweet but not too sour taste.. And it has a bit of vineger wine taste inside.. I wasn’t too sure that is de pork is cook with that but the taste is something like that. Em.. Is nice and special.. And de pork is not easy to tear into in pieces..

As for the Fu Yong Egg.. The taste is like very nice and like in the restorant .. Wat u can find in big restorants .. Nice. It is where the egg is fried together with the shark fin. but this is not real la.. is jus the normal cheap shark fin. yummy!!! and it also include mushroom and carrot

Mocha Ice Cream

18 08 2008

Nice ice cream.. i have yummy ice cream at Mc Donalds. Mc Donalds released the 5 flavour ice cream which are mocha, strawberry, lemon and all.. but this time i took this yummy mocha capochino ice cream.. real oishi.. love it so much..

The taste is not too sweet.. ngam ngam.. a bit bitter.. and really nice.. oishi.. and is cheap.. which is RM 1.90

Price: RM 1.90
Taste: 4/5


18 08 2008

The rambutan is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae, and the fruit of this tree. It is probably native to Southeast Asia, although its precise natural distribution is unknown. It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the Lychee, Longan and Mamoncillo. It is believed to be native to the Malay Archipelago. Rambutan in Indonesian or Malay literally means hairy or hairy fruit caused by the ‘hair’ that covers this fruit. In Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua, it is known as mamón chino. There is a second species regularly for sale at Malay markets which is known as “wild” rambutan. It is a little smaller than the usual red variety and is colored yellow.