Yes, we get lazy but that doesn't mean we don't want to eat something tasty. Here's a trick. Take a ready made patty and spruce it up with cheese and seasonings and you have the laziest burger ever made... More »
Fish, glorious fish! It is a staple living in Malaysia. Us at FriedChillies just sometimes have such a hankering for steamed fish, you know the kind- firm white flesh, sweet and almost creamy enriched with superior soya sauce. Good fish needs no complicated embellishments, a little ginger, garlic, some scallions and good oil. It crowns the table face… More »
When this chicken wings came out dripping with buttery hot sauce, we all near fainted at how good it is. Really folks, this is crazy-delicious and succulent and best of all you can make it as spicy as you can stand it. More »
We are huge fans of Caesar salad because let's face it if we have to eat the green stuff, a little bit of salty, creamy dressing is the right pairing. We gave the classic caesar an asian soul by adding in garlic and some rice vinegar More »
"Frisky prawns attack diner in steamboat incident"
Sometimes happiness is as simple as a simmering pot of broth filled to brim with bobbing seafood. Having recently discovered kindred spirits in appreciating the fine art of hot potting, we quickly drove to Kepong to Happy City. One of them remarked, “after we started going here, we pretty much didn’t go anywhere else. What’s the point?” Let me tell you why this place gets repeat customers.
Firstly the seafood is FRESH. Crabs are still twitching and prawns have to be covered with another plate because they will make a last ditch effort to escape. Last time we came here, they literally leapt off the plate they were so fresh and we had to quickly scrape them into the pot. The fish flesh here like snapper and golden pomfret are sweet from being alive 10 minutes ago and there’s also giant clams and mussels, mostly succulent and plump.
Gorgeous milky broth, some crisp fish head and slurpy noodles. This is a bowl of good stuff. There are other things on the menu like pan mee and different types of fish but when I come here, I just order their average joe fish head noodles. What makes this broth extra delish is that fact that they simmer it down with sweet yam so you get chunks of yam soaked in milk- that explodes with flavour in your mouth. You can have thin or thick noodles with your noodles, we like it thick. A bowl goes for about RM9. If you're feeling indulgent go for the prawn noodles, you get the fish head broth with added sweetness of big prawns on top- that will set you back close to RM16. A lunch gem in Damansara Perdana.
Restoran Sooon Soon, 18-1, Jalan PJU 8/5C, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya. There's an Ah Soon Tel: 012- 928 7632 Continue reading »
A fantastic little dessert you can whip up in between entertaining your guests. Have it hot sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar or dip it in thick, dark chocolate like they do in Madrid... More »