It’s all about the noodles at Tuck Kee Restaurant (德記茶餐室) in Ipoh. With more than 50 years of expertise, Tuck Kee never fails to put up a plate of delicious hor fun, bee hoon, or Hokkien “dai loke meen”. Consistency, intense “wok hei” and pork lard are key ingredients that bring patrons back for more. Continue reading
Jeff Lee Kitchen is located in Sungai Buloh. Some might consider far, but maybe not so far for foodies. Continue reading
Xan Ling Segambut Hometown Dishes (巾彡玲 泗岩沫家鄉菜) is well know for their prawn noodles full of goodies inside (RM15) – lots of meat, prawns and vegetables. My picture above doesn’t do it justice because all the prawns are hiding underneath the noodles:) Continue reading
Restaurant Goon Wah‘s (冠華魚頭米粉) famous fish head bee hoon has a fancy and imperial Chinese name – 首创XO魚頭米皇 – Original Royal XO Fish Head Bee Hoon. I want to eat that just by the sound of it! Continue reading
Writing about wonton noodles at this hour makes me hungry. Also known as “wantan mee“, the noodles at Ipoh Stadium Medan Selera during the night is one of my favorite places to go, thanks to recommendation by Gary, now I am hooked to it. Continue reading
Taipei is the top destination to travel to Taiwan. It is easy to go around in Taipei with the MRT, exploring the splendor of the city. For a different kind of experience, it is also worthwhile to travel Hualien, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The itinerary covers tourist attractions, places to eat, accommodation in Taipei & Hualien and a pre-wedding photo shoot.
Day 1 – Arrival
After strolling along the Xinyi Shopping District, we decided to eat at ATT 4 Fun (a shopping center), not due to any particular reason, but simply because there was a display of restaurants outside on an advertisement board and it was easy for us to see what choices we had.
So why did we eat in a Japanese restaurant when we were in Taiwan? Continue reading