Don’t read this if you haven’t eaten

People always complain that they go cuckoo when they read my long food posts while they’re working late in the office, so i’m putting a giant disclaimer on this one = don’t! I’ve just had a lunch of pizza and salad myself and feel i want to eat right now too…

My parents and i went to try Private Kitchen in Uptown, which serves Hong Kong dishes. Three out of the four dishes were really good – seafood fried rice, simple tofu fried on the outside and soft on the inside, and lotus root salad pictured above. They’re also really large, which we didn’t anticipate so it’s a good place to go with a group of friends and won’t cost you much. I had to takeaway lots of food which i happily whacked within the next few days.

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I went to Mezza9 for one of their tapas nights with Rudy LF one Monday, tho i heard they’ve changed it to Thursdays now. It’s a brill idea where there’s a yummy spread of over a dozen types of tapas and each one you pick costs anything between RM4-RM10. So you don’t have to order a big main dish when you’re busy drinking, and just take what you like, when you like. The one tapas you MUST try is the ‘dates wrapped in bacon’!

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Clem took me to Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio @ Publika for dinner. The dishes taste as good as their presentation. Above is salad with foie gras, ham and chicken.

 

My main of lamb

Clem’s main of beef

Tiramisu

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Another random lunch at Sage. Their 3-course menu is RM100 nett during lunch.

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One of my favourite pastas in town is the Spicy Lamb Bolognaise at Vin’s. Some of their recipes are what i’d call Malaysian versions of Italian pastas – because it’s so pedas!

Their salmon on creamed spinach is one of my regular orders there too

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Had dinner with Justin one night and we wanted to try somewhere new so we decided on Estilo @ Publika. It was quite value for $! We had two bottles of wine (we had a lot of catching up to do :p) and four tapas dishes, and paid RM130 each.

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Lunch with Tianna! My favourite salad in KL is currently the pear and avocado one at Botanical in BV2.

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Seafood dinner with the family one weekend at La La Chong. I love eating the savoury chili crab with piping hot man tau. It’s unbeatable.

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Had a surprisingly great spicy seafood tom yam soup at Absolute Thai @ Sunway Giza! Every morsel of seafood in there was bouncy and fresh, and the soup was so freakishly spicy it made me cough. Awesome.

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Yet again another picture of my fave fish noodles in SS20.

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Tried a different fish main at Yeast one night, tho i still prefer their salmon.

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A new favourite i now order at Fat Spoon, is the Moo Moo Rice Bowl! Tender pieces of beef and fried egg with runny yolk on rice with sambal belacan.

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That week when i was sick, my mom cooked me fish head curry :*)

On another weekend when my brother was back, she cooked us dinner. Nothing like home-cooked food!

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Made myself an ox-tongue sandwich at home with French mayo and mustard.

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Shaun gave me a great carbonara recipe one day, where it’s a tad more taxing, but makes it taste like it came from a restaurant!

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One semangat day, i cooked Clem and i breakfast on Sunday cos i happened to have all the ingredients i needed. On the top is egg yolk baked in avocado.

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Still doing a tenderloin steak for dinner once in a while when i feel we should have some red meat.

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One of our favorites is my mum’s bean paste and chili pork recipe.

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I always get hungry around 5pm, so i made myself a fried egg sandwich cos Yishyene said it’s so good. I added Gouda and french mayo on melted butter toast.

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On a good day, i had a strawberry and pine nut salad cos i was eating way too much for a few days.

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On a naughty day, i put more whipped cream than ice cream into a bowl and have maybe two servings in a row.

:p

 

 

One Reply to Don’t read this if you haven’t eaten

  1. Sya says:

    The food looks really awesome! I like dipping fried man tous in crab sauce too! If you ever come to Singapore, you should try the salted egg crabs! Super noms!

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