Tuah Baker @ Centre Point, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

9 04 2008

– The Counter-

Tuah Baker is bread shop similar to Roti Boy but … I still love Roti Boy. It is situated at the Palm Square,Centre Point, Kota Kinabalu. You can see dem dere where it is just beside the staircase leading to the Popular Book shop dere.. keke

– The Banner-

When i reached there, it has just started baking to finish.. waited about a minute or two and pack them. It need to makan when it is still hot..and u can feel the coffee taste there. Overall, not bad the taste. Price as well is reasonable RM 1.60 per bun

– The freshly bake bun-

– Thats my bun… the one i ordered-

Taste: 4/5

Service: 2/5


Yummy Curry Pau @ Restaurant Klang Food Centre

2 04 2008
– The Shop-
Just found out this very special Pao. It is at a place in Malaysia call Klang. It look like normal Pao but this pao finishes fast. You must get there early if you want to secure your very own Curry Chicken Pao. You can find it at 10, Jalan Batai Laut 5, Kaw 16, Tmn Intan, 47300 Klang. The restaurant name is call Restaurant Klang Food Centre… don ask me how to go.. as i am also lost ..keke.. I had been bugging my frens who are from Klang to take me to eat this special food rather than mcd.. or other food that can be found in Penang. I saw them in Ho chiak and started to bug dem.. hehe.. at last i got it.. Yummy and special ..

– The Yummy Curry Pau-

Taste: 4/5
Service: 4/5
Environment: 3/5
Price: RM3.20

roTi BoY

16 03 2008

Finally RotiBoy has landed in Penang. By now, the novelty of a hot, crispy on the outside, soft inside coffee and butter flavoured buns have wear off.

Over here, in Penang, the Rotiboy outlet has a cozy corner for teh tarik and coffee. The shop is in the basement, two shops away from Sushi King. We were tired out from a day of shopping and plonked ourselves down at their sofas for some Mexican Bun and teh tarik. And it seems when u pass nearby dere.. the smell of the roti really indulged me

The size of the Mexican bun seems to have shrunk and it is less oily than I remember. It has been a long time since I ate a Rotiboy. Comparing to PapaRoti, I prefer Rotiboy. But the funny thing is PapaRoti costs the same, i.e. RM1.80.