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Sweets for My Sweet Tooth

A sweet a day takes the blues away

Updated: 2017-06-22T10:40:50.381+08:00


More Dim Sum....(Emperor, Sheraton Subang) (2)


Crowd-pleasers: Flaky Mini Egg Tart and Shrimp Roll with Mango/CheeseYep, been overloading on dim sums lately. Thank goodness it ranked as one of my favourite food. Anyway, this is one of the more recent outings at Emperor Chinese Restaurant in Sheraton Subang.Initially, I was only thinking to go for their ala carte dim sum but as we walked in, we noticed that they were haivng an "Eat-All-You-Can

Dim Sum Lunch at Imperial Garden, Intan Square


Imperial GardenOne fine weekend afternoon, a girlfriend and I were suddenly craving for dim sum. First choice was to go Oriental Pavilion but rather than risk waiting for a long tine without a confirmed reservation, we trudged our way to Tai Thong newest outlet, Imperial Garden at Intan Square (beside Asia Jaya).We were relieved to see that tables were aplenty hence no waiting was

Something New....Lammeeya @ One Utama


Saw a new F&B outlet opposite Kluang Station Kopitiam in One Utama recently while trying to decide on a place to lunch. As te outlet was relatively empty compared to its nighbours (aka no waiting time), we thought there's no harm giving it a try.Like its namesake, this outlet specializes in various type of Lam Mee. My lunch partner ordered their original while I went for something slightly

Wishing Everyone A Merry & Joyous Christmas!


It's my most favourite time of the year again.... It's Christmas time! So what have you got planned? Any "chestnuts roasting on open fire" and "Jack Frost nipping at your nose"? Over here, you would probably see the former being roasted by a roadside seller using charcoal over a big wok anywhere and the only "Jack Frost" nipping at your nose is probably from the blast of chilly cold air-cond.

Nero Teca - My Favourite Place for Long & Lazy Brunches


My ideal place to have long brunches or lunches. Good food, great stock of vino, cozy ambience and great company - nothing could be better...I love their complimentary focaccia. Either dipped with a good balsamic vinegar in olive oil or with salted anchovies and some whole olives.I am usually spoilt for choice when it comes to picking something from their menu. But the first thing I look at is

D'Empire Brasserie @ Solaris Mont Kiara


Pan-seared Canadian CodNestled in the maze of pubs, cafes and eateries within Solaris Mont Kiara is this rather cozy corner bistro-like restaurant serving basically European/Italian fare. Twas was a friend's birthday and there was a big group of us. A variety of dishes were ordered although unfortunately, I only managed to take pictures of those that were within my vicinity.Some starters were

Opera Cake "Wannabe"


Chocolate Opera Wannabe CakeThis is a cheater's guide to making an Opera Cake. In fact, I wouldn't really call it a classic Opera Cake. A more apt description would be "Chocolate Opera Wannabe Cake". Well, when time and ingredients do not permit one to bake an almond sponge base, one would have to make do with a normal plain sponge. Here's what I did:Slice the baked and cooled sponge cake into a

Lunching @ Koryo-Won Korean Restaurant, Suria KLCC


One fine afternoon, a few old friends and I made plans to lunch in KLCC. Usually, I tend to think that the dining options at KLCC are not what I would call “exciting”. However, a friend suggested a “new Korean place” that according to her, had just opened not too long ago at KLCC so we decided to give it a go.Upon arrival, the “new Korean place” turned out to be Koryo-won, not exactly a new place

Korean Street Food @ Ccozi & Friends


Yummy Tuna Kimchi Rice Balls (RM8.00)Truth to be told, I love street food/snacks. When travelling, put me in an area lined wth local street food and I will be extremely delighted. Similarly, I was delighted to have discovered this little outlet that specializes in Korean street food. Nestled in the maze-like Asian Avenue in Sunway Pyramid, it is not exactly easy to find. I could only describe its

Assam Laksa with a Twist (Well Cook Gourmet)


Ever heard of "assam laksa goreng" (fried assam laksa)? I haven't till I read it here. I thought to myself, "how unique and innovative"; and since I stay in the same area there is no reason not to satisfy my curiosity.And this is how it looked like. Loaded with generous servings of shredded chicken, cucumber, pineapple and shallots, and topped with natural taste enhancers such as torch flower (

My Favourite Moist Chocolate Cake (No-bake)


Moist Chocolate Cake topped with dark chocolate fudgeRich and luscious, moist yet fluffy; these are the words to describe my favourite chocolate cake. Not only mine, but my family's too. Best of all, the recipe is really simple and easy. It requires no baking, but is steamed instead. Therefore, it is also suitable for those who do not have an oven. And if you do not have a mixer, no worries. Just

New Set Menu @ Celestial Court, Imperial Hotel KL


Recently, my friends and I found ourselves back at the opulent Celestial Court again to sample their newly introduced set menu, thanks to the invitation from FoodStreet. Named Ying, Yang and Jing respectively, each of the set menu came with a carefully selected set of 8 to 9 dishes. Pricing per pax starts from RM98++(Ying), RM128++(Yang) and RM158++(Jing) with a minimum of 6 pax. As there were

Pan Mee Triology (Face To Face, Home Recipe, Sec.14 Medan Selera)


Recognize this?The potent yet vital ingredient for a decent chilli pan mee, popularized by the much-talked-about Kin Kin in KL and made available almost everywhere by Face To Face chain of outlets that specializes in various styles of pan mee.I don't think I would bother ordering the classic soup pan mee at Face To Face. But their version of chilli pan mee is not bad. It is actually dry pan mee

Quest Accomplished! Fatty Pan Mee (Mee Hoon Kueh), Klang


Fatty Pan Mee, Taman Berkeley, KlangBeing a fan of pan mee, it has been on my mind for quite a long while (a couple of years) to try the much raved "famous mee hoon kueh (pan mee)" in Taman Berkeley, Klang. So what stopped me before? It's the location. Although staying in Subang, Klang is as alien to me as Mars. Without a real-life guide, I don't trust myself in not getting lost armed with just

Temporary Break


Poor notebook has been sent to the workshop and left me feeling "handicapped" for the past few days. Without it, I realized how much my life actually revolves around it, particularly when I am at work. On the other hand, no other better excuse to slow things down and take life easier at the workplace (heehee). Boss asked me to get a new one but after considering his suggestions, "no siree, thanks

Kitchen Experiments Update: Part 1 (Cooking)


This blog was initially started to keep track of my baking/cooking experiments, a hobby that I picked up about 3 yeas ago. In those days, I was baking non-stop almost every other day if not everday, until the intervention of my mother who told me that she couldn't sleep at night because the smell of baking that permeated the air and seeped into her bedroom was distracting her from falling asleep

Set Lunch @ Korea House, SS2


One of the better lunch deals around this area. Starting from RM9.90 only per person (there are other pricier options), the varieties available are surprisingly quite a few.I opted for a grilled fish set. Served in a bento box, it came together with a few side dishes such as the essential kimchi, slices of egg pancake, and other assorted vegetables-based appetizers.I like the sauce that came with

Haikara-Style Cafe & Bakery , Subang Jaya


Further down the block from Ben&Nick's is a little Japanese-styled cafe and bakery named Haikara. Small and quaint, and with the occassional delicious whiffs of something delicious being baked, one would immediately find the ambience cozy. The outlet was quiet on a late Sunday afternoon (probably because they were about to close for the day) except for a few patrons reading Japanese magazines and

Light Bites and Some Bubbly at Divino, Jaya One


Those who know me well will also know my fondness of bubbly. Granted, prosecco is not a "purebred" bubbly (aka champagne) but being sparkly and slightly sweetish, it's still a delight to drink. Not to mention it's also much more affordable than its "purebred cousins" too. *wink*At Divino in Jaya One, one can find a good bottle of prosecco at a good price such as this bottle of Conti Neri Prosecco

Lunching at Al-Nafourah, Le Méridien KL


One more Starwood Privileges coupon to go before it expires, this one is for set lunch (for 2) at Al-Nafourah, an enchanting Middle Eastern restaurant in Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur.I strongly agree with the description on its interior (excerpts from the official website):"A contemporary oasis with private silken dinner tents, Moorish arches, ornate paintings, and richly woven carpets lend an

Ice Monster, Subang Jaya


Red Bean & Sweet Potato Ice with MilkI nearly melted in the heat of the afternoon, literally. It was a hot, hot day. There wasn't a better timing than this to try out this new dessert shop in the neighbourhood, Ice Monster. Apparently, Ice Monster is a hugely popular dessert chain specializing in snow ice desserts in Taiwan. This outlet in Subang Jaya has only just opened for a few months with a

Vegetarian Sushi @ Shiang Hai Vegetarian Restaurant


Living close to Bandar Sunway, I have actually passed by this restaurant countless of times but frankl, it had never crossed my mind to give it a try until I saw an episode on 8TV's HoChiak! featuring their special vegetarian sushi. With the extra "special effects" thrown in (as seen on TV), the sushi looked absolutely enticing! And hence I resolved that a visit to Shiang Hai is a must! And I had

Authentic Northern Indian Delights @ Khaana Peena


One of the highlights of being a foodie is the enthusiasm to try different types of cuisine. Speaking of which, it has been quite a long time since I last savored Northern Indian cuisine. Hence, the timing was spot-on when I was invited by FoodStreet for a food review at Khaana Peena in Mont Kiara, that specializes in authentic Northern Indian cuisine.The interior of the restaurant is tastefully

Steamed Fish Head in Paramount


Steamed Fish Head in ClaypotOne of my regular haunts during lunchtime for a venue that is close to my office; and when I am in the mood for fish head. I am not sure the exact name of this restaurant but if I am not mistaken, it is called Paramount Fish Head Restaurant. It used to be called something else but I think there was a change of owner. Anyway, this place is located opposite Giant in

Cafe Lavista - A nice change from the hustle and bustle of KL centre


When I read that dining at Café Lavista at Hotel Equatorial Bangi-Putrajaya promises a refreshing change from the usual maddening and crowded KL city centre, I accepted FoodStreet’s invite to a food review there without further hesitation. Having said that, my friend and I nearly changed our minds when I ended up driving in circles trying to locate the resort (it being only my 2nd time to Bangi