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  • Nasi Dagang - East Coast Delicacy

    Posted June 18th, 2007 at 9:58 am


    Few months ago, a friend of mine had introduced me to a restaurant owned by, I think, a Chinese Muslim and they are serving Malay style food with Chinese ambiance setting.

    While lots of people who come to the restaurant would choose Nasi Lemak with lauk-lauk Melayu, but personally I think that the restaurant also has another quite delicious menu called Nasi Dagang.

    If you love Nasi Lemak, then you would love Nasi Dagang as well. Although I'm not quite sure what is the ingredient used to cook Nasi Dagang but I assume it's similar to Nasi Lemak and with the distinct taste compare to Nasi Lemak.

    The restaurant name is Village Park at Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya (Uptown). It located same row as HSBC Bank. But keep in mind that during lunch time, this restaurant is jammed packed! You can hardly find any place to sit.

    Whenever I'm out with some Chinese friends and never tried Nasi Dagang before, I'd certainly bring them to this restaurant. It's really worth while.


  • Dim Sum at KL Hilton

    Posted May 23rd, 2007 at 12:00 pm


    I'm actually on the journey to look for pork-free Dim Sim through out KL.

    I've started way back before this, but had not taken any pictures. So for the first recommendation here, I'd like to intro Dim Sum cuisine at Cyhnna Chinese Restaurant of KL Hilton located just beside KL Sentral.

    Let just say that, they are serving the Dim Sum that my mother in-law would really love. With Dim Sum options of bird nest, herbal jelly, unagi and others.

    The picture attached here is the Cod Fish dumplings. Boy, they all sure taste veli veli nice!

    The ambiance of the place is fantastic too. Very neatly and well done. Not forgetting that they also serve the ginseng chinese tea with the long nose pot. Like wanna go for kung-fu.

    As for pricing each menu range around RM8-RM20 and parking at the hotel would cost RM6 for the first 2 hours. Make sure get the coupon at the restaurant for the parking rebate.



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