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Saturday, 9-Dec-2006 15:54 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Jalan-Jalan kat Ampang-Hulu Langat - Menara Tinjau Hulu Langat

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I went to the Look Out Point restaurant last week with a customer. It was THE best ever Restaurant with a view after KL Tower. I felled in love rightaway. I wanted to take some photo but my battery was dead. I searched around and there are actually blogs covering the joint already. Lucky me... now more people can go to the place.



Google Earth images courtesy of KNIzam

How to go there?
Look Out Point Restaurant and Cafe, Kompleks Pelancongan Menara Tinjau
1.Exit the MRR2 at Pandan Indah Interchange.
2.Go straight until the T-Junction. Esso will be on your left. Turn right at
the traffic light.
3.Take a left at the next traffic light
4.Take another left at the traffic light beside Puteri Plaza
5.Turn right at the traffic light junction to Ulu Langat/Kajang. (Please
take note on this, you might missed this.)


6.From this traffic light the road is winding for about 3 km.
7.Look out for the sign board "Menara Tinjau".
8.Will come across a food court on the right with carpark. Turn in and
drive up the hill to the Look Out Point Restaurant
Great directions. Courtesy of Chingling



Wicked eh?? I love the view!! Can't wait to go again.. wait aaaa my list.. I need to bring my wife, my parents. PILs, my siblings, show off to my boss and coleagues and of course more customers

Is it worth it?
Yeah.. view wise.. excellent for couples and anniversaries. food wise.. OKlah for a Western Styled Dining. The local fried rice and seafood are totally not worth. And it is a little bit pricey as well. If you ask me.. it is breathtaking.. and I will come again



Miam Miam....


Juicy Steak!!

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Saturday, 9-Dec-2006 02:10 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Linda Onn very own My Mom's Chicken Rice

Linda Salam
LindaServe
LindaSkop


APABILA Linda Onn membuka cawangan kedua restoran nasi ayamnya, My Mom's
Chicken Rice (MMCR) di Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur kira-kira setahun
yang lalu, ramai menganggap dia anak Melayu yang berani kerana tidak gentar
dengan persaingan kaum lain yang rata-rata memonopoli perniagaan makanan di
situ.

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Pada masa yang sama Linda harus memastikan cawangan utama MMCR di Ampang
Point, Kuala Lumpur tetap gah menggamit pelanggan. Selain sibuk dengan
tugasnya sebagai penyampai radio Era, Linda kini bertanggung jawab mengawal
selia dua restorannya itu.

Ketika itu wujud persoalan, mampukah Linda membuat pelbagai pekerjaan dalam
satu sama termasuk menjadi pengacara Tanya Linda di Astro Ria, sekali gus
bergelar duta kepada minuman kesihatan, Power Root?

Rupanya dalam diam Linda berperang dengan kesibukan, dia membuka cawangan
ketiga MMCR di pusat beli-belah Tesco Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. Restoran nasi
ayam itu baru saja menjalankan operasinya hampir tiga bulan lalu.


*"Apabila kita berniaga, bukannya dengan niat suka-suka hendak dapat nama.
Tapi, ia hendaklah disertai dengan nawaitu yang ikhlas, berniaga untuk
menambahkan pendapatan. Sekurang-kurangnya saya sudah ada perniagaan sendiri
sebagai persediaan masa depan.

"Kita berniaga mestilah berani berdepan dengan risiko, sama juga apabila
bergelar artis, mesti tabah dengan gosip. Tapi, alhamdulillah, setakat ini
saya masih berupaya mengendalikan segala urusan di ketiga-tiga kedai
berkenaan. Tambahan pula, tenaga kerja utama MMCR terdiri daripada anggota
keluarga sendiri, justeru tidak timbul sebarang masalah kerana kepercayaan
itu sudah sedia ada.

"Bersama modal yang ada, saya laburkan untuk melebarkan sayap perniagaan.
Tapi, saya tetap berterima kasih kepada Era kerana jolokan Linda Era banyak
membantu dari segi penjenamaan. Itu satu kelebihan dan saya amat bersyukur,"
akui Linda yang ditemui selepas majlis berbuka puasa bersama artis Skop
Productions di MMCR, Tesco Ampang, baru-baru ini.



Pengarah Urusan Skop Productions, Datuk Yusof Haslam bersama isteri, Datin
Fatimah Ismail yang disertai anak teruna, kini sudah pun bergelar pengarah
drama bersiri Sembilu Kasih, Shamsul dan adiknya, Shafiq, sudi melapangkan
masa berbuka puasa di restoran nasi ayam cawangan terbaru Linda.

Artis Skop lain yang berpeluang menikmati keenakan nasi ayam resipi istimewa
ibu Linda termasuklah heroin Sembilu Kasih, Hetty Sarlene dan bintang Gerak
Khas, Zulkifli Ismail serta Deen Maideen.

"Ini pertama kali saya dan isteri makan di kedai Linda. Boleh tahan, sedap!
Dalam sibuk-sibuk Linda bersama radio Era, dia sempat buat bisnes. Dia
bersungguh-sungguh berniaga sehingga dah ada tiga cawangan. Semangat seperti
inilah yang kita mahu," kata Datuk Yusof.



Di samping itu, MMCR turut menyediakan menu istimewa lain, Mom Special dan
Mom's Selection, selain mi rebus yang dikenali dengan nama Daddy's Favourite
dan Daddy's Original.

Manakala Hetty dan Shamsul yang pernah digosipkan bercinta suatu ketika
dulu, rupa-rupa sering ke MMCR kerana mereka memang gemar makan di restoran
berkenaan.

Sementara itu, Linda, 28, tidak lepas daripada pertanyaan, bagaimana
hubungannya dengan pelakon dan pengacara Fahrin Ahmad yang selalu kelihatan
bersamanya. Bila agaknya mereka akan ehem.... ehem .... ?


Accahh.. kaler pun satu theme dengan MMCR. Wish both of you the best!!

"Sebenarnya, saya lebih suka dengan kehidupan sekarang. Tak dinafikan antara
kami memang ada keserasian, tapi kami tidak pernah cakap soal kahwin. Memang
saya ada rancangan untuk berkeluarga, tapi tak tahu lagi bila.

"Saya tak mahu merancang apa-apa, nanti kalau tidak tercapai, kecewa. Lebih
baik fikir pasal bisnes," kata Linda sambil mendukung anak saudaranya,
Shahril Fifiq, berusia dua bulan lebih.

*Lokasi: My Mom's Chicken Rice - Cita rasa Linda Onn, Tesco Ampang, Kuala
Lumpur*


Source: Bintang Popular

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Sunday, 3-Dec-2006 12:23 Email | Share | | Bookmark
REST HOUSE KUALA KANGSAR SURPRISE

Cendol Kuala Kangsar!
They said some best cendol are here...
Sotong Kangkung... Okay!
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I went to Kuala Kangsar last weekend with my parents. We went there to look for Door Gifts for my sister’s wedding. But for me, it was another good food hunting opportunity.

We arrived in Kuala Kangsar at noon. Good timing for a good lunch. I was very optimistic. So, we visited Restoran Yeop Helmi near the Sungai Perak. They served us nasi campur. Sambal udang was not bad, but the pricing reminded me of KL. Our meals were too expensive for something so and so. We paid at the average of RM5.00 per plate of Nasi Campur and drinks. This is Kuala Kangsar or Kuala Lumpur?

That evening I went to the Medan Cendol & Laksa. There were about 5 Cendol makers there. I got confuse about which one is the best. Luckily, one local guy showed to me the original Kuala Kangsar Cendol maker. An Indian or maybe a Mamak, I don’t know. I tried it but end up frustrating. The cendol was nowhere comparable to the great cendol of Kuala Pilah. I was studying at a boarding school in Kuala Pilah for 2 years, and I know what is called a great cendol.


Later at night, I had Nasi Ayam, Sotong Kangkung and Yong Tau Foo at a food court near the Arena. Nasi Ayam was lousy, Yong Tau Foo was so and so, but the Sotong Kangkung was okay. It wasn’t my favourite but it’s okay!

The next morning, I had Cakoi for breakfast. The Cakoi stall was located near the Perak River too. After a frustrating day I finally found something that suits my tongue. The Cakoi were good and I ate it quite a lot without its sauce.

As we checkout our hotel in the afternoon, we decided to have lunch at The Kuala Kangsar Rest House. I didn’t ask for anything, as I wasn’t really hungry because of too much cakois. My father had a plate of Nasi Goreng Kampung for RM4.50. Yes, it was expensive! But, to my surprise, the Nasi Goreng Kampung tasted wonderful. We were forgotten about the price because we really loved it! It was a first class Nasi Goreng Kampung. It was like a fairy tale with a very happy ending in Kuala Kangsar. The Rest House made my trip worth it. If you go to Kuala Kangsar, I strongly recommend this beautiful Nasi Goreng Kampung as long as the cook remains there.




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Thursday, 30-Nov-2006 14:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark
JALAN DORAISAMY, KL.

Very popular street...
Otak-otak Boyz...
The customers... actually ramai lagi...
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This is a place where I used to hang out during my “young & dangerous’ years. Jalan Doraisamy was well known among the coolest place to go after partying late in KL. There are many hawkers that offer variety of food. Nasi Lemak, Sup Ekor, Char Kueh Teow, Ayam Madu and many other choices that can make your day. Tonight, I went there again with Nasi Lemak on my mind.


There were many packets of Nasi Lemak wrapped in banana leaves available on each table. So, I asked for Telur Rebus and some Otak-otak. The Nasi Lemak was good despite insufficient sambal. I added Telur Rebus into my Nasi Lemak, but my newly discovered surprise was the Otak-otak that tasted wonderful with the Nasi Lemak too. What an experience! I am not really a fan of Otak-otak. But the one at Jalan Doraisamy has changed my perception about this ugly look food.

Jalan Doraisamy is located at the opposite of Wilayah Complex. It is reachable from Jalan Dang Wangi or Jalan Kampung Baru or Jalan Sultan Ismail. The hawkers start business at about 6.00pm until I don’t know when. They also have Sup Ekor, Sup Daging, Sup Ayam and Sup Kambing at your mercy.


But, today’s discovery has really impressed me to recommend you to try Nasi Lemak Daun Pisang with Otak-otak. It is a magnificent combination where not many Malaysians have actually realized. The Nasi Lemak is only 70 cents each, while the Otak-otak is only 50 cents each. Cheap huh??? Guys, you gotta try this…




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Sunday, 26-Nov-2006 12:57 Email | Share | | Bookmark
THE CRAVEN CAFÉ, AMPANG

Behind Petronas, Ampang
Look for this sign...
The Roti Canai
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There is a good cook in my office, Kak Mas. She makes wonderful mee goreng. But, I am not going to tell you about her mee goreng. I just want to tell about a good roti canai that she recommended to me. Of course I was bias to her suggestion because I knew her as a good cook.


So, I drove to the Craven Café last Sunday morning just to try the Roti Canai. She was right as I really appreciated it. The Roti Canai was good, not too oily and delicious too. You can eat it just like that, or with some curry or dal.

Craven Café is located behind a Petronas Station in Ampang. To be clearer, it is on your right if you are heading to Kelab Darul Ehsan, Ampang. It was a really comfortable place for me to read the newspaper over my Sunday breakfast there.

However, despite the good taste, the food was a little bit more expensive than others. The Roti Canai is RM1.00 each and the most shocking thing was my Teh-O, it cost me RM2.00 per glass. I don’t know if they have calculated it wrongly, but just look at the receipt attached.

Afterall, I did enjoy the Roti Canai in a very peaceful surrounding.

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