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  • Kafe Mee Jawa @ Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:

    Mee Jawa is similiar to Mee Rebus and it's one of the popular noodle dishes among the Malaysian. And here is a place for a satisfying plate of Mee Jawa- Kafe Mee Jawa proudly runned by Stephanie Yong the proprietor of the business with a family background of running Mee Jawa stalls.


    Ambiance:
     
    The cafe carries a fusion of traditional and contemporary kampung-style setting with plenty of wooden and bamboo furnitures with bright color wall paint and an airy feeling environment. The restaurant is divided into indoor and outdoor dining area too.



    Kafe Mee Jawa @ Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur


    Food & Beverages:

    The restaurant serves savory Mee Jawa. Apart from specialty the cafe offers other noodle dishes as well like fried flat noodles, mee mamak and assam laksa. On top of this, rice dishes are served too.

       

    Mee Jawa @ MYR8.90
    Big serving with yellow noodles served with thick potato and tomato gravy topped with hard boiled eggs, pickles, fried tofu, cripies, squid, chopped letuce and chilli paste. Thumbs up!

    Fried Mee jawa @ MYR 8.90

       

    Fried Flat Noodles (Kuey Teow) @ MYR 8.50

    Tom Yam Seafood with Noodle/Rice @ MYR 11.90


    Wrap up:

    Pretty satisfying dining experience. Do try their Mee Jawa, it's good!


    Address:

    Kafe Mee Jawa
    A1-G2-09,
    Solaris Dutamas,
    No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
    50480 Kuala Lumpur

    Tel: 03-62055566

    Other outlets:

    Puchong
    Tropicana
    Pavillion Kuala Lumpur


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Kafe Mee Jawa @ Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur

  • Restaurant Sari Ratu @ Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:

    Restaurant Sari Ratu has been successfully in operation for the past years and is one of the renown Padang cuisine restaurant chains in Kuala Lumpur. The restaurant steadily built a reputation as a venue where you can sit back and enjoy excellent Padang cuisine. It is currently operating 6 outlets in Kuala Lumpur & Petaling Jaya and with intention to grow even more branches in the near future.


    Ambiance:

    The restaurant interior design caters a simple and comfortable dining concept with neat wooden table arrangement. Upon entering the restaurant, the dishes display counter would be on your right.  You either opt to order food from the counter or ask for the menu.


                      Restaurant Sari Ratu @ Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur

    Food & Beverages:

       

    Sambal Hijau (Green chilli paste) @ RM 3.50
    Pounded green chillies simmered with anchovies, petai, garlic and onion. Something simple I would probably not prepare at home. Appetizing!

    Sayur Pakis (Fern Leaf in coconut milk) @ RM 4.00

    Fresh fern leaf in light coconut gravy.

       

    Gulai Kambing (Mutton in Indonesian Curry) @ RM 12.00
    Tender mutton with hot and rich uniquely taste curry gravy. Highly pleasing!

    Ayam Gulai (Special Kampung Chicken in Indonesian curry ) @ RM 7.50
    Something different from our local Malay & Indian curry, with the spices and herbs used and creamy curry gravy it's amazingly aromatic.

                       

    Fried egg tofu @ RM 7.00
    Just can't stop attacking for more! Beancurd (Tofu) wrapped with slightly salty fried egg served with sweet soy sauce. Sounds simple but the crispy, slightly salted and sweet combination create an a lovely taste.


    Wrap up:

    Greeted by friendly Indonesian servers who courteously explained the details of the cuisine served. You might want to experience authenthic Padang cuisine featuring a variety of flavors from fiery hot to cooly mild distinctive taste, style of cooking, its wide selection of ingredients and spices here!


    Rating: 7.5/10


    Address:

    Restaurant Sari Ratu
    No HD, 13 A, House Depot
    Building 237 & 239,
    Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
    50100 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: +603- 2697 8867
    Fax: +603- 2697 8868

    Website:http://www.sariratu.com/


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Restaurant Sari Ratu @ Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur


  • Dancing Fish (Malay Indo Cuisine) @ Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur

    Exploring Bangsar Shopping Centre!



    Dancing Fish (Malay Indo Cuisine) @ Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur
    Dancing Fish serves Malay Indo Cuisine with their signature fried fish.

     

    Emping Sambal Terasi @ RM 4.50

    Cucumber Latte @ RM 7.90

    Yellow rice @ RM 3.00 per portion

    Started our dinner with Emping Sambal Terasi as appetizer . Emping, made of melinjo nuts, nutty and slightly bitter in taste blends well with sambal terasi. Had a glass of cucumber latte to satisfy my craving for coffee before starting dinner. And the yellow rice, it's extremely good!




    Terong Sambal @ RM 9.90

    Gulai Pucuk Paku @ RM 9.90

    Grilled Terong (Eggplant) topped with sambal (chilli paste), vegetable and fried onions- Sweet, spicy with assam. -Appetizing! Gulai Pucuk Paku, fernleaf with aromatic tumeric curry topped with anchovies and fried onions.



    Bebek Goreng Bali (Crispy Duck) @ RM 24.00 (1/2)
    Dancing Fish with sambal terasi kicap @ RM 38.00

    Bebek(Duck) marinated with special mix of Balinese herbs and spices for 24 hours fried till crispy. Served with salad and chilli sauce- Awesome! And here comes the signature dish- Dancing Fish! Opted for fried tilapia served with sambal terasi and soy sauce. Other choices are Masam Kedondong Pedas, Belimbing Salad (Starfruit salad), Mango Kerabu and Tangy Acar.

    Dancing fish, a restaurant with good food and comfortable environment. Enjoyed my dinner here!


    Rating: 7/10


    Address:

    Dancing Fish (Malay Indo Cuisine)
    Lot T120-T122
    285, Jalan Maarof, 3rd Floor
    Bangsar Shopping Centre

    Tel: +603- 2095 6663
    Fax: +603- 2095 6662


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Dancing Fish Malay Indo Cuisine @ Bangsar Shopping Centre


  • Bali Cafe @ Jetty Malacca

    Besides, satay celup or asam pedas, there are plenty of places for night snacks in Malacca!

    Had a drinking and late night snacks session with my family at Bali Cafe. We have not tried their in-house dishes but we are delighted with the grilled food served by a lady-probably hired by the cafe owner? Not so sure though.....


                                               Bali Cafe @ The Jetty, Malacca


    BBQ Chicken @ RM 15.00
    Grilled to perfection. Well marinated with spices- tasted good!


    BBQ Mushroom @ RM 4.50
    BBQ Long Bean @ RM 3.00

    You wouldn't grill these at home, will you? Unless you are having a BBQ party ! Besides, pepper and salt- I wonder what are the other ingredients used. Yes, it's good, good & good.


    BBQ Brinjal/Aubergine/Eggplant @ RM 6.00

    Why on earth do we have so many names for just a particular vegetable/plant? I don't know! Anyway, the grilled BBQ brinjal was good too- grilled with pounded chilli and garlics, pepper and salt! Flavorful!

    And, if you are grilling all these back at home, can you invite me over? Make sure it's nice though. *Grins*


    Rating: 6/10

    Address:


    Bali Cafe
    Lot 1342, 12A, Jeti Parameswara,
    Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz
    75000 Bandar Hilir
    Melaka


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Flavours of Malacca