Malaysian food

All about malaysian food (also international food) from a malaysian point of view. A Petaling Jaya (PJ) boy myself, most of my favorites are in PJ area. You name it, from snacks to gourmet food to hawker to fine dining, I'll try to cover. Even drinks eg. beer, wine, liquor, soft drinks, etc.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

What's new and coming soon...

New Web Links/Resources in Klang Valley
Foodies n friends - organizes gourmet tours, outings, classes, dinners, etc.

Places/food yet to try out
Restoran Mei Yen, No.39, Jln 20/7, Paramount garden, 0129-2298566 (7pm onwards) - hokkien mee, stewed pork chops yee mee, fried rice, fried clams, kow yoke/stewed pork, otak otak and grilled fish, popiah and lobak (penang style)
Restoran Friendz, No.3 Jln SS26/6, Taman Mayang, 7806330 - dim sum and tong sui
Room service deliveries, 62012400 or (RM50 min order)
Muller, Jln Tun Mohd Fuad 1, TTDI - similar to Eurodeli it seems
Cheese - Blue cheese, Manchego cheese, aged Gouda cheese, Havarti cheese, Port Salut, more spanish cheese.... so many flavors to fancy, a whole palette for me to experiment in time to come with fruits and wine.
Chef Loong Cuisine, SS2/60 - Dim sum
Unique Seafood 23 Restaurant Dim sum, Lot 9B-3, Jln Kemajuan, Section 13, behind Bkt Bintang Primary school, PJ
Cakes - rockafella pattiserie - ttdi; la manilla - ttdi; celicakes - desa sri hartamas; alexis bistro - bangsar; cocomo - bangsar; cheesecake shop - sunway

Knick knacks, snacks and foreign stuff

Cheese (with reference to and

Emborg Havarti cheese - From Denmark, this was creamy and buttery, a delight to nibble at. This has got to be the easiest and tastiest to date.
Rosenborg Blue cheese - From Denmark, this will be a challenge to me as I did remember way back, that my first taste of stinky or fungi-laden cheese was horrible and a sour/salty experience. So this will be my last confirmation. Review will be coming up soon.
Manchego cured in Fresh Rosemary herb - from Cold Storage Bangsar. Hard cheese. Tasty and great with wines by itself (check out my wine experiences in 'Happy hour' post) or in a sandwich.
Kameruka matured cheddar cheese - slight bitterness at first but fruity flavor, nice with wine.
Happy cow salmon flavor cheese - nice on its own or with crackers


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