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  • Nubacha @ Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho, Melaka-Malacca

    Introduction:

    NUBACHA!! Don't be fooled as it sounds like one of those Japanese style tea outlets, isn't it? It is definitely not one of them. Nubacha restaurant has been going for 10 months and is one of the historical town's venues of a smart choice for western food.

    Ambiance:

    A combination of old furniture right infront of the bar counter, renovation blends in simple  modernisation feel with unique table arrangements with white chairs and pieces of funky arts adorning the wall.


    Nubacha @ Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho, Melaka-Malacca

    Food:

    The menu here offers some inspirational relief from the standard Western fare. With his passion for food, the chef deviates from the norm and comes up with his own recipe.

       

    Soup of the day-Mushroom Celery Soup @ RM 5.90 served with garlic bread

       

    B.C Sausage (Pork) @ MYR 20.00 served with potato and salad
    Home made sausage with cheese. Ground pork with cheese- fresh, meaty and flavorful. A star studded dish indeed!

    Americon Charbroiled Chicken @ MYR 16.90 served with potato and salad
    Something slightly more humble, but still a good choice. Well marinated with earthy flavour. The accompanying sauce and the perfectly grilled chicken is a good counterpoint.



    Charbroiled Apple Belly @ MYR 16.90 served with garden salad and potatoes
    From the grill, the surf and turf with this delicious pork belly with chef's apple sauce means a perfect lunch. Adventorous! Every bite is exciting!

       

    Malacca Pork Bun (Original) @ MYR 8.90
    Charbroiled pork patty tooped with lettuce, tomato and cucumber. Forget about fastfood! Spend a little more time and you will definitely be pleased. Succulent and juicy pork patty. Even the wheat buns are chef-made.

    Malacca Chicken Bun (Original) @ MYR 10.90
    Golden crumbs chicken fillet topped with lettuce,tomato and cucumber.


    Wrap up:

    It's definitely worth a try! Service is good too, the chef actually shared with us his experience in cooking and asked for our feedbacks. Keep it up!

    Address:

    Nubacha Charbroil Grillhouse
    8B, Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho
    75000 Melaka

    Tel: +6011-2888 2182


    Website: https://www.facebook.com/nubachagrillhouse


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Nubacha @ Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho, Melaka

  • Restaurant Sin Eng Lock @ Taman Peringit Jaya, Melaka

    Introduction:

    Should you want to try some good food in Malacca, you would probably need a local to take you around. And of course not those commecialised restaurants at the historical town. I mean the real local hidden gem.

    Ambiance:

    Not expecting a grand decor or very comfortable environment. Old school classic kopitiam (coffeeshop) style with foldable tables and plastic chairs. Not too stuffy though, air ventilation considered okay.

    Food:

    The family run restaurant has been around for 35 years or more and they serve awesome home cooked food.


      

    Braised chicken feet with cut chillies and ginger

    One of my favorite grandma dish. We used to prepare this dish together, but she's too old to cook now though. Hardly find one that pleases me but this was pleasing.


    Braised pork with eggs

    Extremely tender braised pork with savorly delicious thick gravy. Flavorful!


       

    Curry Fish Head

    Big portion of fish head prepared with aromatic curry gravy.

    Steam Lala

    Extremely fresh and juicy lala steamed with plenty of ginger, spring onions and or course the traditional Shao Xing wine. Love this very much!


    Wrap up:

    Always crowded especially during lunch hour. Food running out pretty fast, so be there early! Service and serving time is fast.
    Bill came up to: MYR 114.00


    Address:

    Restaurant Sin Eng Lock
    363 A, Taman Peringgit Jaya
    75400 Melaka

    Tel: +603- 2834391


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Restaurant Sin Eng Lock, Melaka

  • Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


    Introduction:

    Tang Shi Fu, a middle range Chinese restaurant that can be easily located at the shopping malls in Johor, Kuala Lumpur and Malacca.


    Ambiance:

    Nothing fascinating but a restaurant with modern Chinese settings with a little touch of Chinese paintings and caligraphy. A pretty comfortable restaurant to dine in for a meet up or family outings after a long day shopping at the mall




    Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


    Food & Beverages:

    Tang Shi Fu serves Chinese cuisine and range of nutritious steamed herbalicious soup. The menu covers nourishing dishes, refreshing tonic soups as well as healthy desserts and drinks.

    Set RM 88.00

    Comes with:
    SHIFU Sour Plum Tea
    Nourishing Soup with Ginseng
    Steamed Cod Fish with Dried Scallops and Bei Qi
    Dang Gui Stewed Pork with Rice
    Brocolli with sliced abalone and dried scallop
    Ginkgo with white fungus dessert

         
                     

     
          



    Wrap up:


    Feeling tired? Need some nourishing food for a boost? Tang Shi Fu offers a range of good quality and healthy Chinese cuisines specialising in serving steamed tonic soup and other poultry dishes with herbs too.


    Address:

    http://www.taangshifu.com.my/branchE.html


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Tang Shi Fu @ Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall


  • Super Spicy Steamboat @ Restaurant Hong La Qiao Off Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:

    Hong La Qiao literally means red chillies in English. That's the reason I am here! Not sure about you, but having super spicy food would be one of my ways to release tension. The restaurant has been operating for years and not only it is famous for locals to savor authentic spicy Sze Chuan steamboat, it is also a famous spot for tourists from China to feast in.


    Ambiance:

    Minimal decor I would say. A fairly simple large open space on the ground and first floor with wooden tables and chairs, and a few arts and drawings with Chinese feel.



    Food & Beverages:

    The title of this blog explains all- the restaurant serves authentic spicy Sze Chuan steamboat paired with fresh ingredients that you need to pick from the list. Other than these, they serve authentic chinese cuisine as well.

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    Wrap up:

    How about a heat wave for you? I love spicy food! The spicy soup with sensual ingredients numbs the lips and tongue then sends a wave of heat throught the throat and produces sweat but leaves surprisingly seduction to crave for more! Spicy food lovers definitely experience the same- I bet!
    And I am craving for some super duper spicy food now- yes at this hour!

    Total damaged- MYR 100.80

    Address:
    No. 53,55,
    Jalan Cangkat Thambi Dollah,
    Off Jalan Pudu,
    55100, Kuala Lumpur


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Super Spicy Steamboat @ Restaurant Hong La Qiao Off Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur


  • Fat Boys The Burger Bar @ Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:

    Another new addition to Publika Mall few months back. From Singapore to Malaysia, Fat Boys serves Fat Burgers!


    Ambiance:

    A casually decorated gastropub cum burger bar with it's logo and menu artisticly decorated on the wall. Simple setting of high tables at the left of the bar and long tables with benches as the other side.


                       Fat Boys The Burger Bar @ Publika Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur


    Food & Beverages:


    Fat Boys- The Burger Bar serves fresh lip smacking burgers with different choices of buns, patties,toppings and sauces. Diners may opt for their preference or order their specialties listed
    in the menu. The Burger Bar serves a range alcoholic beverages as well.

       

    The Elvis @ RM 16.00
    Bacon stuffed pork patty,grilled bananas and creamy peanut batter on a honey oat bun
    The pairing of  pork patty with bananas and peanut butter seems interesting but personally find the oat bun a little dry though.

    Bolly Wood @ RM 18.00
    Spicy lamb patty on a bed of lettuce and tomato smothered with homemade curry and mango chutney on a honey oat bun. Love the combination of lamb patty with curry and mango chutney,very pleasing.


    Rating: 6/10


    Wrap up:

    A gastropub cum burger bar for patrons to chill out for a glass or two and appreciate a diversity of burgers.An ultimate burger experience is found at Fat Boys- The Burger Bar!


    Address:

    Fat Boys The Burger Bar
    Lot 30 Level G2 Publika
    No.1 Jalan Dutamas 1
    Solaris Dutamas,
    50480 Kuala Lumpur,
    Malaysia

    Website: http://www.fatboys.sg/index.html


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Fat Boys The Burger Bar @ Publika Mall, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur


  • Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant @ Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:


    A well known casual dining Taiwan restaurant that has been operating for years with several outlets in different shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. I have actually blogged about Fong Lye Taiwanese Restaurant at the Garden Mid Valley quite sometime ago. But, this would be my first visit to the Jalan Imbi outlet.


    Ambiance:

    A quintessential restaurant with calming Chinese interior is comfortable for a lunch or dinner gathering.


                                               Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant @ Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur


    Food & Beverages:

    Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant serves graceful and authentic Taiwanese cuisine as well as Chinese cuisine. Quality chinese tea are served too.

         

    Three Varieties of supreme dried chicken (Sam Pei Chicken) @ RM 38.00 (medium)

    Aromatic and appetizing! Sam Pei chicken served in hot pot prepared with basil leaves, ginger, garlic ,onions and chinese cooking wine.

    Rice wine marinated crispy pork @ RM 28.00 (medium)
    Very well marinated, crispy-ly fried with juiciness maintained.

       

    Fried Pork Liver @ RM 24.00 (medium)
    Pork liver anyone? This is good. Fried pork liver (not overcooked) with flavorful sauce.

    Fried Prawn with Pepper @ RM 46.00 (medium)
    Fresh succulent prawn prepared with spicy, peppery chilli toppings.

       

    Black pepper bean curd @ RM 19.00 (medium)
    Hot, smooth and tasty!

    Assorted Vegetables with fresh lily bulbs almonds @ RM 28.00 (medium)
    Fried beans and vegetable with onions, lily bulbs and almond flakes. A perfect combination of all.
    Fresh and savory.


    Wrap up:

    The menu is classic Taiwanese with a few innovations. Three varieties of supreme dried chicken, also known as Sam Pei Chicken is one of their signature dishes which is highly recommended. Worth a try!


    Rating: 6.5/10


    Address:

    Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant
    Imbi Shop
    No 94 Jalan Imbi
    55100 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: +603- 2145 6061
    Fax: +603- 2145 6193


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant @ Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur


  • Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:


    Sek Yuen Restaurant  has been around for 50 years or more and has a huge following- and no wonder for this might easily be rated as one of the famous old chinese restaurants. Funny it seems, there are actually two outlets with the new one just right beside the old restaurant. The difference would only be that the new outlet is with air conditiong. But then again, both outlets are always packed.

    Ambiance:

    An almost no decor restaurant with a vintage feel. The only decor would be their fluorescent signboard which was added in the recent year. Tables and chairs actually remain from the 50's.



                                       Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

    Food & Beverages:

    The restaurant serves Chinese cuisine and dishes prepared on a 100% wood fire- the old cooking style. Promised fresh ingredients at all times.

       

    Stir fried eggs with shark fins
    Aromatically fried, not too greasy with generous amount of pleasant-smokey-woodfire aromatic shark fins.

    Roasted duck (Pei Pa Ngap)
    Stylishly roasted with a half-century recipe. Crispy skin with it's well maintained tenderness. Blended well with the sweet and sour sauce served along.



       

    Stir fried vege with prawns.
    Deliciously fried with succulent prawns.

    Steamed Cod Fish- Ginger soy sauce steamed
    Fresh, juicy and smooth with a natural milky flavour in the palate. Thumbs up!


    Wrap up:

    The bill came out to be RM 109.00. Apologies for no detail price breakdown of the dishes.
    There is no other reason this restaurant is still crowded after more than 50 years.  If you are craving for delicious authentic Chinese cuisine, Sek Yuen would be a good choice. Be early as the restaurant is full as usual and parkings are limited.


    Rating: 7/10


    Address:

    Restaurant Sek Yuen
    313-315, Jalan Pudu, KL
    Tel: 03 9222 9457


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Restaurant Sek Yuen @ Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur