Saturday, 18 April 2009

Lala Chong

This year birthday celebration is more humble....Cut off the singing, cut off the candle....Just some dining with friend...

Basically I do attend few celebration, some I just rejected so everyone can save money....Wahaha....Basically everyone is busy so I understand...Thanks for those who wanted to throw me a party...Sorry that I have to reject few offer since my car kena broke in last weekend...

Back to story...When to Lala Chong in Terminal 3 Subang Airport for dinner...

Suddenly craving for seafood so we headed to Lala Chong.

Here is what we order....

1. Famous Lala in Superior Soup
2. Steam Soon Hock Fish
3. Fried Calamari
4. Stir fried Paku with Tuna (Must Try, very unique and nice)
5. Stir fried Mantis Prawn with Rock Salt
6. Salted egg Crab

Here is the comment:

Ken Yap: Ok la....But I really like the Lala...Sotong not special (dun understand what special he want!!)

Nicholas: Good...(bad commentator because everything is good for him)

Liang Bing: Ok la...can be better...Like the Paku

Yen Thoong: The Lala come with small crab...very unique....Paku also very special. Calamari not elastic enough

Fook Weng: Not bad but fish not so fresh...The Crab look very beautiful

as for me: Not bad but kinda pricy...mantis prawn kinda dissapointment..Paku is nice.

Saw the tiny crab? If can't then see picture below...
Total damages on our wallet: RM 266.00

Thai Fish Farm Restaurant

Last week, we planned for a BDO gathering and celebrate all good things

1. Farewell
2. Find New Job
3. Birthday

and all sort of thing under the sun....

So of all the place, Justine and Christine Loo decided to go for Thai Fish Farm Restaurant in Hulu Langat. I do some research about this restaurant and all I know is we need a 4 wheel drive to make our way there.....But basically when I told my friend this, my friend said, Waja also got 4 wheel what so can go la....

Ok Ok...fine....So we headed there....We have to use trial and error formula to find this place since none of us know the place...

What happen next is nightmare....Frankly speaking to come this place beside needed a 4 wheel drive, what you need is BRAVERY!!! Yeah..that is the polite word rather than saying GUTS...

The road toward the restaurant is 100 time more challenging than driving to Genting... No light, rocky road, full with bump and hump, sloping and hilly, thick forestry and slippery....That is the condition of the area....This is why I personally thinking we are more to expedition to hunt a tiger rather than eating

So we end up there around 8.40pm with empty stomach. Though we have make booking earlier, there is no table to put 19 of us....So we waited for 15 minutes....Than we were ask to carry our own plate...That is Ok....Then they give us all forks and spoon while all of us waiting for the person to clean the place....

Then we all seated and waited for our food... We order 2 plate each for
1. Kangkung Belacan
2. Paku Belacan
3. Sei Tai Thian Wong (4 majesty vege)
4. Ginger steam chicken
5. Lime leave fried chicken
6. Tom Yam Soup
7. Steam sweet and sour fish (which end up super HOT)
8. BBQ cheese Japanese Clam (Escargot)
9. BBQ Crab
10. BBQ Cockle
11. BBQ Squid

Long story cut short...2 hours later we end up eating only:

1. Kangkung Belacan 1 plate
2. Paku Belacan 2 plate
3. Steam Fish 1 plate
4. Tom Yam Soup 2 bowl
5. BBQ squid 2 plate
6. Lime Leave fried chicken 2 plate
7. Ginger chicken 1 plate
8. Sei Tai Thian Wong 1 plate

and total bill......RM 180...quite ok la but service wise...not so good...Waited so long, see those who come later get to eat those crab while we waited and waited just to know the crab is sell off....

Not worth for the journey and your car tyre....

So we end our night at Look Out Point and have some drink...

Sorry no photo since we all are hungry like fresh release prisoner...So all food finish within second...Imagine 19 of us....Haha

Ogawa Restaurant

When you hear Ogawa, what is the first thing that come to your mind?

A massage chair? Am i right?

Few days ago, when my friend treat me to Cafe SavahnToo in Plaza Mont Kiara we bump into this restaurant name Ogawa. Since we do not want to spent so much money eating at the cafe as we just wanted to go in and have some drink, so we decided to have dinner here.

The food here wasn't that bad and i spotted that majority of the customer are japanese. I believe this mean the food here must be very 'JAPANESE' then....

It might be quite pricy but for the service and food, I think it is quite reasonable. If you don't mind treating yourself a good lunch and enjoy with someone you like, this place is truely a place to be....

Ogawa Restaurant at Plaza Mont Kiara