Garage 51 at Bandar Sunway and St Ali (from Melborune) teamed up today for a Coffee Masterclass and a cafe take over. The cafe take over by St Ali’s is a two-day event on the 13th & 14th of May 2015 from 11 am – 2 pm. When Garage 51 first opened its doors, it was sort of in the middle of nowhere amidst a sea of car and tyre workshops; you might even dismiss it Continue reading
Brewyard Coffee @ SS 15 Subang Jaya has a barn-like aura to it with a raw look. The “Sugar Rush” items on the menu ensure those needing a calorie boost will be satisfied. Continue reading
Johnny Rockets serves timeless American dishes like nachos, Philly cheese steaks, hot dogs, burgers and milkshakes while reliving the good old American Diners’ atmosphere where classic checkered floor in black and white and the red interior make a striking visual statement. Continue reading
Marhaba Restaurant serves traditional Yemeni cuisine, hiring chefs from Yemen and the Middle East region, ensuring the authenticity of the food. Spices are incorporated into the dishes subtly yet the role they play in accentuating the food is undismissable. “Exotic” was the first word that came to mind when I stepped into Marhaba. Mosaic lamps adorn the place while different shades of opulent purple pop out here and there. The most intriguing part of the restaurant is the “Majlas Room”, or traditional Middle Eastern semi-private dining areas. Continue reading
Sekinchan is a beach side village blessed with fertile soils where a sea of luxurious paddy field takes your breath away. Its name in Chinese 适耕莊 (pronounced “shi geng zhuang”) is translated directly from the phonetics of Sekinchan yet it couldn’t be more apt because it means “village suitable for farming”, stating out the beauty of Sekinchan with mere three words. Continue reading
Cha Po Tion Seafood Restaurant (阿娇海鲜饭店) is located on the main “Seafood Street” in Sekinchan, which we somehow completely missed when we drove along the street because it really just looks like a wooden hut with metal roofs and a fading-away sign board that’s hardly legible. This restaurant would have been unfated had not been our running group’s suggestion. Be there early or be patient because they prepare food table by table. It may take a while to be your turn, but once it’s your turn, food are dished out fast.
Bagan Seafood Restaurant (鸿运海鲜饭店) seems to be a popular one at Sekinchan along the seafood street where about 10 restaurants compete. At off peak hours of 3 – 4 pm, patrons were still flowing in yet somehow, our experience was just an average one.
The paddy processing factory (PLS Marketing) is located amidst a sea of lush green paddy field. The field is so uniform they are almost like a thick bush of carpet that you just feel like jumping on them and test the softness.
Pantai Redang Beach (热浪沙滩) at Sekinchan is especially lively during weekends and public holidays where the market dominates the scene. It is also where the TVB drama (单城双恋) took some of their scenes at.