Sunday, April 13, 2014

玄天上帝庙 Laksa @ Pantai Remis, Perak

It was final week of final semester in UTAR for WY. So, a trip was decided and the destination this time is Pantai Remis, a well-known place for fresh seafood around Perak state.

Our friend, Jacque, has introduced his hometown famous laksa.

He told us that many people from Ipoh purposely come all the way to this small village to have this laksa and at the same time hunting for some fresh seafood since this village is very near to the sea.

We had our laksa just opposite of 玄天上帝庙 (Chinese Temple).
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The laksa stall is located directly in a kindergarten which is opposite of the temple as shown above, the business will operate after the school ended :)

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The laksa might seems very uninteresting at the first sight however the taste is good (at least to Wy). This is because the soup isn't as spicy as those we had back in KL, in fact we can say it's less salty..

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There aren't any fish slices in the soup but still you can feel the fish essence with a sip of the soup.
The laksa is served with boiled egg, fish pastes and onion slices.
A bowl of the laksa would cost you RM2.50~3.50 depend on the size.

Of course, the lunch isn't complete with a wonderful drink. We ordered the...

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ABC ais kacang which cost us RM 2.00~ Nothing to shout about, it's very hard to find this not tasty no? Especially we have this on a sunny day :P


Name: 玄天上帝庙 Laksa
Operating hours: Normally would be after 2pm until sold out
Location: Jalan Changkat Jering - Sri Manjung - Kampung Koh
34900 Pantai Remis, Perak ‎ 209 m SE

The exact location of this place can be found at the following link:
http://wikimapia.org/3210307/chinese-temple-%E7%8E%84%E5%A4%A9%E4%B8%8A%E5%B8%9D%E5%BA%99

Google map: https://maps.google.com.my/maps?q=4.457421,100.62784&hl=en&num=1&t=h&z=18 (green marker)

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Nam Heong White Coffee @ Ipoh

Let's have a throwback once in awhile, it has been almost 2 months since the day we were here.

The infamous Restaurant Nam Heong in Ipoh!

It was CNY break and Yv was in town, so we had this little short trip to one of our favorite place, Ipoh.

Many have been visiting to this restaurant for the past decades, a lot of people was shouting about the authentic white coffee they have here.

So, we dropped by to give it a try.

It was very crowded that day, maybe it was due to the CNY is coming. We managed to found a table after stand for a while.

So the first thing we ordered was the cold Ipoh White Coffee aka Ipoh Bak Ko Pi Ping :)

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The taste was great, very smooth and aromatic indeed.


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We can't forget abut the kaya butter toast!

We reached there in the late morning so, we decided to ordered lesser to fill up our tummies a little bit before our lunch.

We have the CKT, the sign shows "Lam Fung Char Kuew Teow". The name was striking and got us to try it.
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It arrived in a table within 3 mins and it looks good. However, the taste wasn't as good as it looks. It's rather salty and oily.

We also had this curry mee which is quite delicious.
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This is the first time Yv tasted curry mee which includes a spoonful of lime juice. Frankly, the lime juice goes well with the curry. A little bit sour in the hot and spicy curry.

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Looks like Yv is enjoying her char kuew teow, missing Malaysia Style char kuew teow eh?

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Wonder this is one of the antique in the shop?

ps. There are people who also shouted about their well-known egg tarts which we forgot to grab one that day >.<

Name: Nam Heong White Coffee (南香)
Address: 2, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak
Phone: +60 16-553 8119



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More info on how the shop look like from outside, please refer to the link below:
Foursquare - Nam Heong

Sunday, August 4, 2013

123 冰城 @台南 Tainan, Taiwan

It's summer! Let's have a some awesomely tasty sorbet!
White tiles and the furniture from 1967, a place that could bring us back to the old era.
As there were using the ammonia as refrigerant, the slow freezing process results in the mushy consistency in the sorbet.

Here comes the vanilla sorbet in black tea @ 20 NTD for big cup, 15 NTD for small cup.

5 scoops of flavourful mixed flavoured sorbet for 35 NTD!  You can also customized your favourite flavours from the choices of vanilla, yam, pickled berry, pineapple and peanut. 

And yay, they have strawberry sorbet too! :P 40 NTD for this volcanic portion!
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More details could be read here! :)


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