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Restoran Wong Ah Wah – KL’s most famous BBQ chicken wings

Jalan Alor is probably KL’s most famed food street in the heart of Bukit Bintang. It is quiet in the day but it comes alive, bustling with hawker stalls lining the sidewalks when the sun goes down. This place is very popular with tourists – droves would come gallivanting around looking for local eats. And […]

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Brand New Lee Kum Kee Seafood XO Sauce and a Stir Fried Prawns with XO Sauce Recipe

XO sauce is a spicy salty seafood sauce commonly used in Cantonese cuisine and is also a popular choice of condiment to go with dim sum. Some of the best XO sauces I ever had were from Super Star Seafood Restaurant 鴻星海鮮酒家 in Hong Kong and Rabbit Brand Seafood Delicacies at Circular Road, Singapore. XO […]

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Tak Po Dim Sum Restaurant @ Smith Street, Chinatown

Hong Kong Style Dim Sum is one of my favourite weekend breakfast or brunch food. It’s just so satisfying to indulge in a bowl of hot comforting porridge (it has to be century egg one haha) with a variety of steamed or fried snacks. Makes me hungry now I’m thinking about it, lol. G and […]

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Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint – Is It Worth S$4 Million?

I must admit I actually never heard of Kay Lee until it came into the limelight after it was sold to a conglomerate for S$4 million in 2014. How impressive the food must be, I thought to myself, that anyone would offer such an enormous sum of money for one of Singapore’s favourite hawker foods. […]

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Wen Dao Shi 搵到食 @ Sims Avenue (Geylang)

If Yum Cha Restaurant is on my top list for dim sum (their prawn-based items like siew mai, beancurd rolls and prawn mango sesame fritters are just delish!), then Wen Dao Shi is really a close second if not on par. What I like about Wen Dao Shi (pronounced as ‘Wan Dou Sek’ in Cantonese […]

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Toh Kee Roast Duck Rice @ People’s Park Food Centre

The husband and I had been wanting to try this really popular stall at People’s Park Food Centre (just next to OG Department Store) but the roast meat (siu yok) was completely sold out on the last couple of occasions we were here. This time we came by about 1pm on a Saturday afternoon for […]

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