Thursday, October 25

Noble House Restaurant, KL

I visited Noble House for a lunch buffet after a fellow blogger reviewed it.

Peking Duck is the fastest dish to finish and will not be replaced in this buffet.

I always wondered, why only eat the skin? How about the juicy flesh?

I paid RM 39.90 per pax for this buffet which entitles me to a bowl of shark's fin soup. Tasted quite good but I have doubts if it was 100% sharks fin.

Pig spare parts ... did not enjoy this meal.

Other dishes (can't remember all out it)

The variety of dishes served is well prepared and creative. I have also read in other blogs that the menu changes but the signature dishes will stay e.g. Peking Duck and Roasted Pork.

Oh, fresh salmons are available too, but no oysters.

Rating: 2.5 of 5

Noble House Restaurant, KL
Tel: 03-2145 8822

Jap food turned local dishes

I did not go to Umai-Ya Jap-Buffet last weekend becuase I attended a wedding (should not have cancelled the Jap-Buffet!)

(in case you were wondering, this is wasabi)

We arrived earlier than the guest-of-honor, sat on a VIP table (was given the c**k stare by other VIPs), was rejected from taking VIP food. Anyway, i peeked at the food, no diff laaa....what's so VIP about it?

The arrangement looked buffet style but serving was limited to only 1 chicken, 1 small prawn and a small scoop of beef rendang.

The only help-yourself-and-eat-all-you-can was the sambal ikan bilis! No offense but I thought it was REALLY self service. Below are some pics of what was served (2% the amount seen in pics, and pics are not taken from the wedding, it's google-ed)

(Beef rendang)

(Chicken rendang)

(Sambal udang)

(Salted fish)

Will call Umai-Ya again for a real Sunday lunch!

New "pad"

I have decided if i can't move my office nearer to my home, i shall move my home nearer to my office. (confused? haha).

I have temporarily moved, closer to the heart of town ......

Still busy moving things around, piece by piece but the sad part is .....

I dont have internet connection (yet!). So i am not wired to the world ... sigh, but above everything else, is a great beginning!

Friday, October 19


I will be visiting Umai-Ya Japanese Buffet this Sunday ... so do look out for my review soon!

Monday, October 15

Restaurant Tak Fok (Hong Kong Seafood)

Me and my friends celebrated SQ's birthday last Monday at a busy seafood restaurant in Bandar Sri Damansara. I strongly advised those who wish to try out this place to call for reservations. We arrived at 7.15pm and was shocked by the long queue.
I heard from a friend that they serve delicious crabs (i have had better ones at Kepong Wai-sek-kai)

Cheesy Crabs

(Man Tau)

(Sweet & Sour crabs)

(Salted egg yolk crabs)

(Coconut prawn..i think)

(Stairs leading to the 2nd floor)

(yeap...the view from 2nd floor)

Overall, the food was not bad. Food was served on time (but maybe they rushed, therefore quality and taste was a lil' comprimised). Oh..parking is a headache!

Restaurant Tak Fok > No.2-2A, Jalan Desa 1/3. Desa Aman Puri, Kepong, 52100 KL. Tel: 03-6272 3346

Rating: 3 of 5

Japanese Buffet

Wow! Another Japanese buffet? I am planning to go this weekend. News is it is available on weekends from 11.30am - 2.30pm and they serve free-flow of either Tiger Beer or Ocha (REALLY!?)

Umai-ya Japanese Restaurant > No 49G,Jalan 21/37 ,Damansara Uptown TEL: 03-7726 4410

Thursday, October 11

Sally Yeh concert

To be honest, i have only attended 3 concerts so far: Jacky Cheung (1990 something), Rain (don't laugh!) and Sally Yeh (she is hot).

Learnings from going to concerts:
- It does not start on time
- People scream for nothing, you tend to scream along
- Parking is a headache
- No food/drinks allowed. Buy from the entrance (cunning b****rds!)
- Leaving the concert is like getting stuck in Jalan Sultan Ismail
- Uncomfortable seats
- No cam/camcorders (Mobile phones are now 2mb+ lar my friend)


Summary of Sally's concert in Jan 2007.
- 2 wardrobe change
- 3 hours concert
- 20+ songs
- amazing vocals
- lousy security (i bought cheapest tickets but ended up in VVIP area)

Isn't she lovely?

Great view eh?

Game time

(basket! Got a better picture of camwhore - Billy Yeh )

Wednesday, October 10

Yummy Japanese buffet at "RAKUZEN"

I am a big fan of Japanese food. When I hear the word "eat-all-you-want for 1 price", I will be there.

I came to know about this place from fellow foodbloggers. Tucked in Chulan Square, this place only opens on during weekends (calling for reservations is the safest). If you are going there with a big group of friends, you are please to know that there are a few "tatami" rooms available that can fit more than 8 pax.

As i was busy trying to digest the whole menu, i did not manage to take many photos but here are a few but if it still does not make you crave, please call them at 03-21456200.

A great selection of shashimi is available (too busy eating, so no photos). Here is the score:

Food: 5 of 5
Ambience: 4 of 5
Parking: 4 of 5
Service: 4 of 5
Smoking: Yes! (dedicated corners)
Will I revisit?: YES!

My "wet" dream

This is BMW E46. My (current) dream car. Spend a good few hours google-ing images of this so that it can fit onto my notebook wallpaper.

I made my mind!

I have finally decided to start my own blog. It has been on my mind the past few weeks and finally i decided "what the heck". I haven't quite figured out what to blog but we will see how it goes .... well if this blog is even updated :)