For those who have been following my blog, remember my review on Kizuna? Last week, while chatting with my friend in Ipoh through MSN, he told me that my review reached to the reporters at Sin Chew Daily.
TaiLokJer: You remember, the review you do on Kizuna? The uncle say thanks to you when we revisit the place.
Me: For what?
TaiLokJer: He say your review caught the attention of reporters at Sin Chew. They paid him a visit and then did a newspaper review on the restaurant.
Me: Wah… is it? That’s good to hear!
Remember Mei Chi Xuan? Few weeks after the floggers went for a dinner there, Big Boys Oven sent me a SMS saying that our review helped a lot in their business. Chef Steven was very happy and he invited us for another dinner meal but too bad, I couldn’t make it.
That should be enough to make my day. Happy that my blog helped my readers to scout for food and the entrepreneurs for the efforts in preparing good food.
Another Hong Kong-styled café post for today. Came here with Kevin on the same day I got my TV and had a nice nasi lemak at Wang Café, Tesco Cheras. I called Kevin for help after I get the TV (on impulse!) as it’s impossible for me to carry it back home, crossing those scary roads. So after we settled with the TV and he haven’t take his lunch, we came here for lunch. It’s located opposite Fitness First and Vietnamese Kitchen.
Wong Kok is one of the districts of Hong Kong, covering the areas of Wong Kok and Tai Kok Tsui in Kowloon. With one of the highest population density in the world, the name “Wong Kok” in Chinese means “flourishing/busy corner”.
He got himself noodle and an extra order of this item called King Boxer Luncheon Meat Man Tao. Sliced cucumbers and luncheon meat were sandwiched in between man tao (buns), then drizzled with sweet mayo dressing. I like the dressing which is slightly tangy in flavour (mango scent detected) but I don’t quite like the luncheon meat to be steamed.
Although I’ve taken my lunch but that didn’t deter me to order some snacks (glutton speaking here!) so I ordered this item cos of the interesting dipping sauce effect. I don’t remember the name but it has something to do with “web” and “star”. Maybe “WebStar” or “Website Star”. Anyway, it’s a deep fried breaded pastry thingy with mashed potato and minced ham (I think so) as filling. It’s very soft at the inside and nice to bite on. Tastes better when dipped with the black pepper and mayo dressing.
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