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Tujoh @ Section 17, PJ

Posted by Sherlyn K On 11:04 PM 0 comments

Group birthday lunch led us to Kafe Tujoh, tuck within the neighborhood of Section 17, which I never knew existed. 

Getting a car park may be quite a challenge at this area, during lunch time. 

Here it is, Kafe Tujoh

Some seats outside, for customers to chill

Busy during lunch time
I particularly like this skylight centrepiece, giving a good level of space within. The antique-like deco adds touch to this cafe, which was mainly made-up by old TV and radio sets. There were also movie inspired art piece that made-up their wall deco. 

My favorite part of the cafe
On the afternoon, we had the appetizer for sharing. Both were great tasting. The Cajun Sweet Potatoes and Boxing Chicken. The sweet potatoes was fried well - giving us the crunchiness, and the natural sweetness, a good change from the ordinary fries.  

Cajun Sweet Potatoes. Price-RM10
The popcorn chicken was marinated well, and each bite of it were tasty. 

Popcorn Chicken. Price-RM10
 I had the Tujoh Pan Fried Chicken. I requested the potatoes to be changed to salad. Overall this tasted fine - chicken was pan fried well, despite seeing some slight 'redness' within the bones. Red cabbage-slaw (instead of the normal coleslaw), was alright. 
Tujoh Pan Fried Chicken. Price-RM25
Colleague had the Potato dumpling al Pomidoro - served with homemade vegetarian tomato sauce. As part of lunch set, it comes with Lemonade drink. However, the sauce looks too thick for my liking. 

Potato Dumpling. Price-RM12

The more interesting dish were this dish served as part of set lunch which includes a Summer Lemonade - the creamy Seafood Tomyum. It was delectable to the palate, and has the tinge of coconut milk, mixed with the sourness from tom yum - truly appetizing. Seafood portion within was generous. 

Creamy Seafood Tomyum. Price-RM18
 The Carbonara has the right level of creaminess - and was tasty. 

Infamous Carbonara. Price-RM18

The breakfast was rather ordinary - has the must-haves within a plate - scrambled eggs, bacon and mushroom (despite the amount of mushroom wasn't that visible), sausage, toasted bread and some greens. 

Full Aussie. Price - RM25

Verdict : Selective dish that is must-have such as Creamy Seafood Tomyum. I'll return for its ambiance and to try their coffee. For the price of the breakfast set, it needs improvement. 

Ambiance : 7/10
Price : 7/10
Food : 5/10

Tujoh Cafe
617 Jalan 17/10, Section 17, Petaling Jaya

Business Hours : Opens daily at 11am. Close at 11pm (Mon-Thu), 12mn (Fri-Sat), 10pm (Sun)
Tel : 03-7932 3611 


Ah Meng Bah Kut Teh @ Klang

Posted by Sherlyn K On 12:30 AM 0 comments

A craving over a taste I that had not had for at least pass 6 years, got me to suggest my family to come for lunch last Sunday. 

Take note of the signage by the side

Super busy crowd on a Sunday, around 11am+
Nothing much has changed since the last I've been here, with exception that more kids are helping out. Owner's children has growned up, I suppose. 

Spot the owner 
Despite the over-crowded customers, the service were exceptionally quick. We ordered mixture of meat with fat. The claypot did not arrived piping hot, however, that did not take away of the deliciousness of this bowl of bah kut teh. The most important parts, the soup and the meat were perfection. Meat were so tender, with just the right amount of fats, and the thickness of the soup was so rich and was exactly what I liked. I enjoyed each spoonful as I savor the soup and meat, together with rice, which made my tummy so happy.  

I liked the fact that it was filled with so much of other ingredients, which I rarely get from other places - it has enough button mushroom, fu chuk (beancurd skin), lettuce and pig stomach. Nothing that I don't like in this pot of bah kut teh.  

Portion for 3 
The rice was so fragrant, seasoned well with shallot oil, and when eaten with fried shallots - added the extra yumminess. 

My yummy rice

Price list 

The total bill for 4 rice, sharing bah kut teh with portion meant for 3 came up to RM48.50. (with us that brought along our own tea). 

Verdict : This is one of the nicest claypot bah kut teh I've tried. The soup tasted really rich and every bite got me thinking of how much collagen I've consumed.  Thumbs up. 

Ah Meng Bah Kut Teh 
1 Tingkat Bawah,
Lorong Dato Yusof Shahbudin 42,
Off Jalan Jati, 
Taman Melawat, 41200 Klang
Tel : 016-271 5387

Business Hours : Daily 6.30am-2pm (however they close at their own discretion as well). 


Simply Thai @ Taman Gembira, KL

Posted by Sherlyn K On 11:56 AM 0 comments

I need to restart my momentum in blogging again. 

An almost once a year gathering close to Christmas led me to this, absolutely quaint yet surprisingly warm and well decorated Thai restaurant at the neighborhood area of Taman Gembira, KL.

Check out the hanging deco - from paper tang lung, to decorative umbrellas, and fanciful plates to deco the wall 

Nice leaves by the side of walls
Fish cake is one of my favorite started to any of my Thai meal. This fish cakes were fluffed with slightly thicker texture - filled with dense fish cake, and aromatic herbs. Absolutely yummy. 

Fish Cakes. Price-RM18.90 
The spring rolls were crispy, with fragrant taste of prawn fillings. However, felt the ingredients were loose ie. not enough.. 

Spring Rolls. Price-RM13.90

I prefer the clear tom yum soup, and this was surely a lift to my appetite. It carried the tangy taste that lingers in your mouth after each spoonful, the sourish balance with spiciness, despite I felt its a little over for my level of spicy tolerance. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed it. The portion at this price of RM15.90 was enough for the 4 of us - thus I would say, really worth it. 

Clear Tom Yam Chicken Soup. Price-RM15.90
The paku pakis that carried the slight slimmy texture was yumms - and the fragrant shrimp paste was absolutely delicious. The right kinda vege to complete a Thai meal. 

Paku Pakis with Shrimp Paste. Price-RM15.90 

The one dish that got us nodding non-stop was the BBQ Talapia Fish with Salt. It was grilled to perfection with the flesh tasting so fresh, and with just the right level of being cooked. The salt by the side on certain part of the skin added extra ummph, and not forgetting, the green chilli sauce. 

BBQ Talapia Fish with Salt. Price-RM49.90
The 2 desserts to end our meal, the Tup Tim Krob and the Mango Sticky rice. The waterchestnut was of the right size, crunchy with just enough coating (I've tried many with way too thick coating that gave me way too much slimy taste, and with insufficient waterchestnut to bite), and topped with stripes of jackfruit. I really enjoyed this. 

Tup Tim Krob. Price-RM6.90
Last but not least, the Mango Sticky Rice- the mango was so sweet, and accompanied by the sticky rice with the right texture, drizzled by coconut milk - also one of the best I've tried. 

Mango Sticky Rice. Price-RM10.90

The drinks were left out from my photos - but seriously, their milk tea needs to be in the must order list. Not to sweet, yet with the aromatic tea taste. 

Verdict : The ambiance and the food taste deserved many thumbs up. It is also a very clean restaurant, and spacious. A well suited place for gatherings, to those who enjoys Thai food. 

Simpy Thai
Unit LG2-1, Seri Gembira Avenue, 
6 Jalan Senang Ria, Taman Gembira, 
58200 KL
Tel : 03-7971 9511

Business Hours : Daily, 12nn-3pm, 5-11pm

For more details, visit their FB


I remembered going to this Hainanese restaurant about 10 years ago, and suggested my colleagues to come here for lunch, since Paramount is one of the convenient location for us. . 

Simple, old restaurant yet keeps you coming back 
I barely remembered what I had previously, but I remembered it was good taste of home-cooked food. As one stepped in, one would realized there's nothing fancy about the restaurant but plain simplicity. The service was certainly one of the quickest that I've experienced in a restaurant.  

For choice of vegetables, we went with the option recommended which was the Kailan with Salted Fish. It was indeed one of the best I've tried. The Kailan was so fresh, and tasted crunchy, has strong wok-hei and good amount of salted fish within. 
Kailan with Salted Fish. Price-RM15
I'm pretty fascinated by how this fried egg was made. It was made with layers of egg white with choy pou ie. preserved radish. The egg were so soft and as we cut through, the raw egg yolk that tops it, melts through the egg. Yummy.. I can finish this all by myself. 
 Choy Pou Egg.  Price-RM15
The Threadfin Fish @ Ma Yau, was deep fried and texture of skin was so crispy. The simple soya sauce with oil was used as seasoning, and the freshness of the fish was apparent. The thinly fried sliced shredded ginger gave it extra ummph. 

Mayou Fish. Price-RM27

Potatoes is one of my favorite food.They sliced it thinly and braised it with sliced pork - the potatoes was just nice - soft enough, and the sauce was just perfect to go with our rice. The taste was tad sweet, but it is fine by me.  

Potato with Pork. Price-RM15
Verdict : 
The place to go to, when you want a taste of home cooked food. 

Restoran Ping Wah 
31 Jalan 20/16, 
Paramount Garden, 
46300 Petaling Jaya 

Business Hours : 11.30am - 2.30pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm (Mon-Sat) 
Closed on : Sundays 

Tel : Joe Hoo 012-2848754 / 016-366 8866; Madam Suan 012-284 7540

More details, vist their website 


I have seen long queue at 'Go Noodle', One Utama, several times. Until I was asked by 2 friends, have you tried 'Go Noodle', I felt that perhaps I have missed out something, and feedback from them were that this place serve delicious noodles. 

Last Sunday, I attempted a visit to check out their noodle. Reached at 7pm, the queue was for approximately 20 mins, so we went to do a little shopping before returned to the restaurant. 

Wooden deco 
Extremely busy 
As we stepped in, we were greeted by lots of noise, ahh.. that makes it all the more Chinese feel. 

There were plenty of choices in their menu. One of their specialty are their Shaoxing wine, Mian Xian noodle, and varities of pan mee. 

My friend has highly recommended their mian xian and she was right. I ordered the Fuzhou Fishball mian xian, and add on fish paste. The mian xian has a silky smooth texture, and I like the clearness of the broth. The fishball has adequate meat within, and the fish paste has a springy texture. The parsley and spring onion gave the bowl of noodle slightly more fragrant. An almost perfect bowl of noodle, at a very reasonable price.

Fuzhou Mian Xian. Price-RM9.80. Add Fish Paste - RM2.80 
My friend ordered the same Mian Xian with Grouper Fish, similarly yummy with the freshness of the fish meat. 

Grouper Fish Slice. Price-RM15

Verdict :
Simple delicious with lots of varieties with absolutely reasonable price.

Go Noodle
LG 308, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, PJ
Tel: 019-316 8866

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm


The Curve is a place I frequent for choice of F&B outlets.

After this many times, it was my first dining experience at Ah Tuan Ee's, I suppose the feeling to have Peranakan food came to us. 

The heritage looking entrance seemed to gave us a warm welcome. Nice ambiance with nice decoration around the restaurant. 

The wooden door that greeted us 

Clean restaurant 
Pai Tee that came with lots of slow cooked turnip, shreds of carrot and spring onion is one of my favorite Nyonya appetizer. This one at Ah Tuan Ee was one of the best I've tried, mainly due to the fragrant slow cooked turnip, and the very crispy thin and crispy shell that held the vegetables together.  

Pai Tee
I ordered the fried tung hoon noodle. I like the wok taste, and it was tasty, and came with lots of ingredients, that included prawns, beansprout, squid and lots of egg. 

Fried Tung Hoon 

The green curry chicken was a pleasant discovery. It has a mild green curry taste, and a prominent lime taste that made this such an appetizing order. Only comment is that I wish they have cut the chicken to smaller pieces. 

Green Curry Chicken. 

Overall, this restaurant has delivered a satisfactory meal to us. 

Ah Tuan Ee's Place
6 Jalan PJU 7/3, 
Mutiara Damansara, 
47800 Petaling Jaya
Tel : 03-7710 0630

Business Hours : 
10am - 10pm


Restoran Boston Baru @ Kapar, Klang

Posted by Sherlyn K On 11:37 AM 0 comments

The mention of Boston restaurant to any Klangnite, it should somehow ring the bell. For patrons that looks for good tasting food, not cost you a hole in your pocket, and doesn't mind the environment, this is The restaurant for you.

Important to note, its either you come before they open their restaurant, so that you can be in queue to be their first round of customers... else, be prepared for probably the longest wait for your food to be served. Waiting time exceeding 1 hour is common, and you are lucky if it doesn't exceed 2. 

Despite it all, I still feel the food is worth all the hassle. 

Queue starts 6pm+ 
A common sight 
When they open their door, all those in queue will go around to get their seat, either inside the restaurants, on the pavement across the road, or along the front door of the shoplots (as they close for business). Those who comes after all seats are taken has to be prepared for the longest wait for their food and queue numbers will be given out. All those seated inside will get priority to order. 

I had meal here, probably more than 10 times, and it should have been more if not for the waiting time that most people dread or skip. 

They have a few must orders and their fried noodle does taste above par. 

We ordered their Tapioca Noodles which is made from tapioca starch. The taste of the noodle surely carried the 'wok hei', and love to the see this translucent noodle.They also use pork lard which was so crunchy and tasty and the noodle was perfectly cooked, with the right chewiness. 

Tapioca Noodle. Price-RM6
We ordered the large steam la la.I like how their lala was of the right size, with flesh in every shell. The chinese wine, bird eye chilli and lots of ginger used to steam the lala definitely gave the kick to our tastebud. The fried garlic that topped it was so crunchy and lend a strong aroma to the delicious plate of steamed lala. 

Steam Lala. Price-RM24
I love this cereal mantis shrimp by Boston. The size of the mantis shrimp was just nice, despite that some that were missing solid flesh, however, for those that you can, it has ample flesh for biting. 

The cereal cooked together with egg has a distinctive smell of butter which was divine. It was fried so perfectly that each cereal was so crunchy, sweet, tasty and we almost finish all parts of the crumbs. 

Mantis Shrimp. Price-RM16
 As we end the dinner, all seats are fully occupied, and new line of queue was in place. 

Another common sight 
A day later, I was already craving for the same food, and the food experience indeed lingered in my mind. With proper time planning, cutting on waiting time is indeed achievable. 

A meal that costed only RM50 was highly satisfactory to us. For the quality and price of food, I would willingly compromise with the long waiting time. 

Restoran Boston Baru 
1E, Jalan Kapar, 
41400 Klang, Selangor 
Tel : 016-268 3104

Opening Hours : 
7pm till late (advisable to come prior to opening time)
Closed on Wednesday