on Jun 26, 2009
Prawn wrap in "Fu Chok"... I think this is the most expensive dish there... RM8 per plate...


"Har Kau"... Very nice prawn... You can taste the freshness of the prawns...


"Siew Mai"





"Char Siew Pau"... My favourite!!! I really like char siew pau... Whenever I go for dim sum, char siew pau is a must!!!


"Pork ribs"... Very nice as well... Like it a lot...






Kam Hin dim sum restaurant is a very well known dim sum place amongs KL/Selangor people... You need to go very very early because it would be really really pack during the weekends... Recommended to those who likes dim sum...

Overall Rating - 4/5

A32, 34, 36, Jalan 1/116B,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
03-7729 6866
on Jun 22, 2009

Are you seeing double??? This was the slogan that Burger King used for their new promotion... At first I don't understand why they used this slogan... Now I know why...


When you purchase a large Whopper Jr set, you are entitle to get another Whopper Jr for FREE!!! That's right... For FREE... Really good news for burger junkies like me... Normal or BBQ flavour... Your pick... But for me, I choose 1 normal and 1 BBQ...


Hmmm... Yummy!!!
on Jun 18, 2009




My favourite shock rocker of all time... I love almost all his album... But not this one... Marilyn Manson previous album sounded sinister and really good... But the latest album, "The High End Of Low" was the exact opposite!!! It does not "SHOCK" like his previous album...

To me I like "Antichrist Superstar" and "Holywood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death)" the most... Hard rocking all the way... In this album, Manson gone a bit soft... But there were some tracks that I like as well... Tracks such as "Leave A Scar", "Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin-Geddon", "Running To The Edge Of The World", "I Have To Look Up Just To See Hell" and "Unkillable Monster"

But like all Manson's previous album, the songs seems to grow on you... The more you listen, the more you like and appreciate it... Not really recommended unless you are a hardcore Manson fans just like me...

Drag me to hell... Sounded really scary... But I was really dissapointed after watching it yesterday... To be honest, it was no where near scary... In fact it was more like funny!!! By looking at the poster, you would definitely think that this movie is gonna make you piss in your pants but too bad that won't be happening...

This movie was about a girl name Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) who worked in a bank as a loan officer... One day this weird looking old lady name Mrs Ganush (Lorna Raver) came to her and asked for an extension as she don't have the money to pay for the loan... So Christine approached her boss and asked for his opinion... And the boss told her that it was a tough decision and let Christine to decide... Christine decided not to help her because she was fighting for the assistant manager position... Before that, the boss told her that an assistant manager needed to make tough decision... So this was where all the drama begins...

Mrs Ganush waited for Christine in the car park and she was attacked by Mrs Ganush... After a violent struggle, Mrs Ganush removed a button from Christine jacket and uses it to place a curse on Christine... After that, Mrs Ganush dissappeared leaving the cursed button with Christine... Later, Christine boyfriend Clay Dalton (Justin Long) takes Christine to a coffee shop to comfort her... On the way home, they pass by a fortune teller shop and Christine insist to go in... There they meet the fortune teller Rham Jas (Dileep Rao) who tells Christine that she was cursed...

That night, Christine was attacked by the dark spirit and she decided to consult Rham again... Rham told her that the "thing" that attacked her was actually a demon called the Lamia... Rham even told her that she will be tormented by the Lamia for 3 days before being dragged to hell to burn for eternity...

Thats all for the spoiler... Sounded scary??? Nah... Just plain funny... Watch it to believe it... Not really a good movie... I expected so much more... But too bad... They should categorize it as comedy cum horror movie instead!!!
on Jun 16, 2009
New from KFC... For the time being, Fiery Crunch will replace the original Hot and Spicy...


For me, I can taste lemongrass, lime and some other spices... Besides that, it is a bit more spicy... But if you ask me, I prefer it to be spicier... Maybe KFC wants to cater to more people as not all people like spicy food...


But if you ask me, I will choose the normal Hot and Spicy over Fiery Crunch as I don't really fancy sour food... You can really taste the sourness of it... Sour = Yes, Spicy/Hot = No... But no harm giving it a try... Something different I must say... Maybe to some, it might excite their taste bud... But definitely not me...

Overall Rating - 3/5

As you know, I've been using this engine oil for some time now... The main reason that I choose this engine oil is because of its performance and also that it is really cheap... But too bad, recently the price for Blitz engine oil have increase... Last time it retails at RM130 but now it is retailing at RM150... RM20 difference... The reason for this is because of the Yen and Ringgit conversion rate... But it is still cheaper compare to others full synthetic engine oil...
on Jun 15, 2009
Is been a long time since I last posted my car pic... Well, here it goes again...

Green tea snow ice... Very nice green tea taste... Highly recommended to those who like green tea...


Vanila with green tea snow ice... Actually this one tasted just like the one above...



Chocolate snow ice...


Very nice mango snow ice...


The ice that Mill Wheel used was different compared to those normal ice kacang that you can find... It was very smooth and soft and it won't melt so easily unlike conventional ice... Besides that, the snow ice that they served was not too sweet... Must try it out since nowadays the weather was so damn hot... You felt very refresh after eating their snow ice dessert as your body felt so much cooler...

Space was really a premium... So maybe you need to wait for seats... Be patient and you will definitely be rewarded...

Overall Rating - 4/5

No. 72 & 74, Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 2,
Taman Usahawan Kepong,
52100, Kuala Lumpur.
03-6250 5910
on Jun 12, 2009
25 units of Mitsubishi Evolution X were purchased by the Royal Malaysian Police... The Evolution X that our police bought were different from what Mitsubishi Malaysia offered... These high performance police car came equipped with a 5 speed manual transmission whereas those sold by Mitsubishi Malaysia came equipped with a 6 speed twin clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) automated manual transmission...





I know this is an old news already... But till today, I have never seen the car on the road before... Guessed today was my lucky day as I spotted 2 units around Kepong area... I was stunned for a while because I'm used to see Waja or Perdana police car and never a high performance car for our Malaysian police force... Thumbs up for our police force but frankly speaking, I don't really see the purpose of these cars other than chasing other faster cars... But what's the odd of having a high speed chase in Malaysia??? Hmm nevertheless, it is a cool addition to our mundane looking police car fleet... What can I say... "MALAYSIA BOLEH"

Whoa I like this movie a lot... Fear + thriller + mystery... From the beginning, I didn't know about the storyline and it turn out really good for me... What a story... And I was really surprised with the outcome... The thing that I really appreciate was the amount of mystery... In fact it felt like a mystery movie rather than a horror movie...

Really worth watching this movie... I won't say anything about the storyline... You need to watch it in order to appreciate it... If I tell the storyline here it would be a spoiler then... A really good thumbs up... But that's just me...
on Jun 11, 2009

All the sang mee were handmade...


Dry sang mee...


I used to eat here a lot... Sometimes almost everyday... The reason for this was because my ex-company was situated near this restaurant... Normally me and my ex-colleugues would just walk there... Besides that, the sang mee was really really good...

Hmm for those that are not familiar with Taman Ehsan, maybe you will find it difficult to locate this restaurant...

The easiest way to go is to use MRR2... Remember not to go up the fly over when you are coming from Batu Caves and same apply for those coming from LDP...

If you are coming from Batu Caves, try to keep left once you pass the recreational park... Go all the way straight until you reach the second traffic light... (For LDP user turn to your left when you see the first traffic light... And the rest is the same) Turn to your right and go all the way straight until you see a roundabout... Go 12 o'clock and on the second junction turn to your left... On your right you can see Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Taman Ehsan... Around 30m, there is a left junction... Look to your right when you approach the first left junction and you can definitely see the restaurant...

Overall Rating - 4/5

1600, Jalan E3/6,
Taman Ehsan,
52100 Kepong.

Total revamp... The new exterior...


The interior... I like this design as it makes my restaurant looks tidier and also more spacious...
on Jun 10, 2009
Ice lemon tea...

Kedondong with sour plum... Really nice... Highly recommended...


Lontong... It was really hard for me to find a place that served lontong in KL... Hmm maybe I just don't know where to find... But guessed that I found one... Village Park's lontong was really awesome... Tasted really nice...

But for those that had very BIG appetite, I don't think that one plate was enough as the nasi impit AKA ketupat that they served were really little... Only around 5 to 6 pieces...


Soto... Also very nice... For those that like chilli, remember to ask for another plate... Poured the chilli into the soto... NICE!!! Normally we will ordered the soto with nasi impit... You can order it with mee, bee hoon and etc...

That day we didn't ordered their famous nasi lemak... I will definitely order it next time round... Oooooh I'm salivating already just thinking about the fried chicken...

Overall Rating - 4/5

5, Jalan SS21/37,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya.
03-7710 7860
on Jun 9, 2009
Jelly Cake... Looks nice...


This is what we call "Kor Woon" Is a sort of family dish from my uncle's side... A few types of vege were added... Vege such as celery, long beans, french beans, parsley, black fungus and etc... Chicken and pork were added as well... There were also a few types of noodles being added as well... Actually there were no specific ingredients for this dish... Just put in anything that you can find... What I can say is, it was awesome!!!


My uncle signature roast chicken... It was so much nicer in terms of smell and taste compared to Kenny Rogers...





The green eye monster call "Phumbaa"... Hope I spell it correctly...


The birthday girl!!!



Mother and daughter...