Nasi Lemak. Most important is the fragrant rice. I brought the ready made chili paste which are very disappointing.
For the rice: One whole coconut - squeeze the coconut milk with added one cup of water to cook about 3 to 3.5 cup of rice Cook together with 1) One lemongrass (smash) 2) Ginger (size of a thumb, smash) 3) dash of whole black pepper 4) salt
Add some water to the desire measurement
served warm with hard boiled egg, fried chicken, freshly slice cucumber, some anchovies and some peanut too (if you like it)
They got 2 branches. one located at Bangsar Village and another one at TTDI plaza. The below are taken at TTDI plaza branch.
The below is the Grilled Unagi set. Served with chawan mushi, miso soup and dessert. Cost Rm 35
caramel pudding. Dessert that come with the set
The below is the Mizu Bento. that come with tempura, shashimi, grilled salmon, some vegetables, and an additional ice cream (can chooe from green tea, sesame or chocolate). cost RM 55
Grilled salmon in teriyaki.
Variety of tempura
and some vegetables
Cod fish set (RM 35)
And a Mizu Maki. Nice, with prawn in the middle and unagi with avocado outside. top with special sauce and some ebikko. that restaurant specialty. They got another maki, which is salmon with cheese, which is also very good.
All the food are fresh and grilled to perfection. Good service and nice environment too.
Today I tried the below, Emperor herbs Chicken from A1. Just like Chinese herbs with chicken. There is few way to prepare them. All stated at the packaging. For me, either steam it or boil it over the stove with soup just nice to cover the chicken (chopped)
The plastic wrapper and aluminium foil are provided in the packaging. just clean the chicken and...
Cover the chicken with the powder provided and wrap it. Normally i will season it for one to 2 hours before steam it for 2 hours.....
After steam for 2 hours. I quite like the herbs taste, nice and recommended. easy to prepare.
230 g butter 180g sugar 250g flour, sifted 4 eggs 150 ml milk 150g milk chocolate
1) beat Butter and sugar till fluffy 2) add in egg, one by one 3) fold in flour in 4 batches alternately with milk 4) Split the batter into half 5) melt the chocolate (do not overheat the chocolate) 6) mix into half of the batter 7) Spoon into the pan or just mix it and then pour to the baking pan 8) sprinkle it with rainbow rice and chocolate rice
180C for 40 minutes
*If didn't want the marble effect, then just bake it like normal butter cake
Very authentic nyonya food. Once you walk in, you can feel the environment nice and cozy. And everything in the shop are for sales, any cabinet or chair and even the tooth pick holder. Whatever the caught your attention, there is a price tag on it somewhere.
They have a wall with all the celebrities photo on it that visited this place before. remember to take a look at that.
Make a reservation to avoid disappointment as this restaurant always full. I posted the address and the number just for u.
Today's menu or should I said my recommendation,
1) Cencaru with chili padi. For spicy and hot food lover. Must Try, very nice, fried to perfection with the chili padi paste and smelly beans (Petai) . If you worried too hot, can ask them to separate it. One fish cost RM 7.45
For nyonya food, their kang kung or keledek is the best. Today I order kangkung with belacan. Nice. Cost me RM 15.90
Sambal sotong with petai. My favorites too, i guess everything in this shop is my favorites :p The sotong not over cook, and the sambal was fantastic. This cost me RM 14.80
Foo Yong Omelette: Just normal, not very oily. RM 11.90
And today I tried a new dishes. Fish head curry. For fish head lover, very nice. not spicy.RM 60. nothing fancy to me. I still prefer the cencaru.
Will definitely be back again and share more recommended dishes for u.
Must keep extra space in you stomach for the dessert. they serve very good dessert. such as red ruby, cendol and sago. Of course their nyonya delicacies such as pulut with kaya, also taste good.
One of my favorites Japanese Restaurant. They serve very nice set lunches with price from RM 25 to RM 65. As for ala carte a bit pricey. They even have set dinner which is about RM 10 more expensive then set lunches. Tried their garlic fried rice and it is superb.
Today menu: sashimi with unagi. the unagi was big, grill to perfection
Sashimi with Saba (in teriyaki)
Sashimi with Sanma (salted)
All the above sets come with potato salad (thumbs up)
Fresh fish (2 thumbs up)
Chawanmushi and fresh fruits. Oh yea, got a appetizer, green salad, too hungry, forgot to snap the photo :)