Ninth day of Chinese New Year 2012

The ninth day of the New Year is a day for Chinese Hokkiens to offer prayers to the Jade Emperor of Heaven (Tiāngōng) and is traditionally the birthday of the Jade Emperor. The preparation would begin on the eighth day, and approaching midnight Hokkiens will offer thanks giving prayers to the Emperor of Heaven. Normally, …

Noodles @ Restaurant Ah Koong Eating House SDN BHD

Noodles are common meals if you don’t feel like eating rice. And common servings are either soup, or dry. And the choices of noodles are similar in most places. Here in Restaurant Ah Koong Eating House SDN BHD,you pick and mix your preferred ingredients but they basically serve noodles with some vegetables and noodles. However, …

Thai Seafood @ Jalan Alor

Happy New Year !!!! So I start off the new year with food, ( obviously..) and I ate some awesome supper past late night. Street food has always been exhilarating to me, especially when it comes to Thai style. And when it comes to Thai food, it is unavoidable to relate seafood and spicy soup. …

Bone & Pot, 有骨气 (Yau Guat Hei) Steamboat Restaurant @ SS25, Petaling Jaya

This is a rather new steamboat restaurant called Bone & Pot, 有骨气 (Yau Guat Hei) which is located along LDP highway. The Chinese name itself is rather interesting too. For it also means “having integrity” and at the same time meaning “having bone fragrant”. This tells their signature broth is prepared with pork bone. First …

Hakka Lei Cha

Lei Cha (擂茶; léi chá; literally “pounded tea”) is a famous Hakka delicacy which I really love. As we all know, I love~~ green tea. And the fact that this delicacy is a tea-based gruel consisting of mixture of varies vegetable, tea leaves, herbs, nuts, grains, or seeds. The fragrant in sesame seeds and roasted …