Sunday, January 5, 2014

[short 'makan' vacation] Subang Jaya

Baby and I had Pan Mee for lunchie upon reaching Subang Jaya, and we settled at this popular franchise, Kafe Jojo Little Kitchen which is located at Jalan SS15/40. They offer a wide range of pan mee selections that will be enough for both of us to say 'WOW'


There are 3 choice of noodle types to choose for our pan mee meal (thick, thin or flat piece). I love the Blended Green Chilli with Belachan and the Dried Chilli flakes that are available on each table for diners to add in accordingly to their likings, and all these condiments really contribute the taste to the pan mee and it is definitely worth trying and mentioning.

Baby had the signature Pan Mee, Jojo's Pork Pan Mee, and he selected the thick noodles...


I ordered a special type of Pan Mee, Lor Pan Mee (thick noodles), and it was pretty different from the normal Lor Mee or Pan Mee Soup. The noodles are very chewy and it tasted pretty decent and I had a wonderful dining experience.

The damage was RM21-ish (SGD8-ish) with 2 glasses of cold drinks (Chrysanthemum and Honey Green Tea).
We had a quick dinner at Old Seremban Station Kopitiam which is located at The Summit Subang USJ.
 I ordered the Penang Char Kway Tiao and Syrup Limau. (Rose syrup with lime)  



Baby had Hainanese Chicken Chop Rice, and we shared a bowl of Wanton Soup. Our dinner was pretty decent, and therefore nothing to complain about.

I went back again to Madam Kwan's for lunch again at Empire Shopping Gallery, as I simply love to pay less for quality food... Hahaha!! Madam Kwan's is well-known for her Malaysian and Indonesia delights, and we decided to go local.
Baby had Nasi Bojari, and I agreed with him that the tri-colored rice tasted delicious, and the chicken was good too.


I ordered the KL Hokkien Mee for myself, and I enjoyed it very much. With the accompanied chili paste, it enhanced the taste even better.

Lastly, we shared the Otak together, and it was awesome.


The damage was RM74 (SGD28-ish).


It was Winter Solstice aka Dong Zhi Festival when we were in Malaysia, so Baby and I decided to go and have Glutinous Rice Balls (Tang Yuan) to celebrate this important Chinese festival.


We settled at Sweet Hut which is located at Subang Jaya, next to Kafe Jojo Little Kitchen. We value Chinese traditional festivals very much and hope that all traditional festivals will be still going on generation after generations.

Here we go, we had the traditional Glutinous Rice Balls in Ginger Soup.




We had our Pre-Christmas dinner at Brussels Beer Cafe, and it is a great place to enjoy delicious Belgian meals. Brussels Beer Cafe offers a decent selection of Belgian and German beer, and they serve European draft beer straight from the tap.


We had popular choices like Brussels' Roast Pork Knuckle and the Signature Moules (blue mussels fresh flown from Australia) which was served in metal pot. I strongly recommended the Roasted Pork with Mustard Sauce.

We had a hearty meal at Brussels Beer Cafe.


On our way back to Singapore from Subang Jaya, Selangor (KL), we stopped by Yong Peng for dinner. Yong Peng is a peaceful small town which is located within the Batu Pahat district.  

We went to our favorite eatery place, Hock Swee Hin which offers traditional Chinese fare. This eatery place did feature on the newspaper across the whole country.


We ordered the famous Fu-Chow Fish Balls Soup with Mee Suan and I love the fish balls loads.


We had Red Wine Chicken (Hong Zhao Ji) too, and it tasted authentic. The chicken meat is very tender and I drenched my white rice with the red gravy with Chinese wine... OM! It tasted so good!


We ordered Hong Shao Tofu, and we were surprised to see the dish when it was served on our table. The cooking method is so different from our local cze char fare. Their beancurd was deep-fried and drenched with some sweet and sour black sauce, though it looked dull in presentation, but it tasted nice.

The damage was RM40 (SGD15-ish) and I love my meal very much.

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