Well, I was feeling quite restless and tired after work last friday night and decided to have something quick while I go back and rest. And, my wife who was driving passed by this cafe and thought maybe we just have our dinner here as it’s also stressful driving around thinking of where to have dinner. To my surprise, I feel so much better after been there for about 30 minutes. There was a live performance too, where singers were performing mostly slow and popular songs from english to mandarin. The place is also partly ‘open’, thus you can enjoyed the night breeze and with the dim lights, I really feel relaxed here. Here’s what I had for dinner.
Here’s a quick snap of the interior. Quite a nice place for a chat, have a beer or coffee to wind down the day. This station 1 cafe is located at Taman Tun Aminah. There are few outlets in JB like Taman Molek, Bukit Indah and etc. Here’s their website.
Well, I was in KL over the Hari Raya holidays to celebrate my dad-in-law’s birthday. And, after trying out the food over here in this restaurant, I really must blog it as it’s really good! Good service, great food, nice ambience and environment and clean kitchen! You can actually see the kitchen from outside the shopping mall, as there’s a glass window outside which give you a good view of the kitchen. I like the concept!
Ok, here’s the food…..
Dynasty Dragon Restaurant is located at -ES18-20 Second Floor, IOI Mall (New Wing) Puchong, Selangor
I noticed this kopitiam is always next to Breadtalk, even in Singapore, till I realised it’s under the same management. Well, I had this during tea on a hot sunday afternoon at Sutera Mall, JB. The toast doesn’t come cheap but it’s another great experience with good kaya in crispy bread.I love it , and so as my kid.
Next, is the ‘kopi’. I witnessed the entire process of the coffee-making. Saw them putting in the coffee beans into the coffee grinder …. took out the powder, put it and stirred it in a big ‘coffee-pot’. And there goes the kopi-man, doing a few stunts of kopi-tarek until he took out the long filter and skillfully pour the coffee via the filter onto the small cup, while coffee bubbles are created.
It’s been raining lately and rather hard to go around looking around for good food. And, since we are at Tesco Plentong running our errands, I thought it’s a good idea to check out nearby Taman Molek. And, we are back in Let’s Eat Restaurant which is a HK type of eatery.
If you happened to be there, do try their H.K. fried chicken. It’s very crispy and delicious. Dipped it in the sauce and you can’t help finishing the entire plate of appetizer! Cost – RM8.90
I had a Hong Kong style Tea too, which is popular in HK restaurant. Cost – RM2.50
Another attraction of this eatery is that they have wi-fi, thus you can sip the coffee or tea while surfing!
Let’s Eat Restaurant is located at – 23, Jalan Molek 2/3, Taman Molek.
More excuses for me to indulge in good food today! Yeap, I’m another year older today and like a kid, demanded my wife to eat this and that …LOL.
Ok, here’s a start to the day, I had a great breakfast at Lavender’s Bistro. It’s been a while since I had a breakfast there and it’s great to be back. I simply loved their Healthy Breakfast set, especially the raisin wheatbread.
Come dinner, I have a craving for Japanese food and thought it’s a good idea to get some bites on sushis. Here’s a plate – jellyfish, crab, salmon…….
Miso Ramen, that’s what my wife ordered. I simply like their miso soup which is so appetising. Well, in my opinion, the best ramen are the Japanese type (my opinion only 🙂 )
Here’s what I had – Udon.It actually comes with a set of chawanmushi, a plate of sushi and fruits. I don’t quite prefered Udon due to it’s thick noodle but since ramen is ordered, I decided to have it.