Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Lunch Moment in Fraser Business Park, KL

Venture into a new working environment, and this time, time to explore Fraser Business Park, here is what I got from the internet, yet this is what I agree and disagree (in blue fonts)

Accessible by Chan Sow Lin LRT, which is directly link by a covered Link Bridge to the One Metro Mall -
Yes, within walking distance, you can reach Fraser Business Park. However, One Metro Mall is not really a mall at all. Most shops in this area is closed for business, probably it isn't really cater to lifestyle even though there are lots of HELP students.

Some of the amenities and services at Fraser Business Park include:

  • HELP University College - Yes, can see quite a lot of students and foreign teachers.
  • One-Stop Serviced Residence Hotel & Offices - Not sure how is the occupancy, looks too quiet for me.
  • F&B: Secret Recipe, Bangi Kopitiam, steamboat, organic food, typical local coffee shops, Mamak and local Malay and Indian stalls under the bridge!
  • Convenient Marts: Two 7Elevents, One KK Mart
  • Office lots - Luckily, still occupied, but not fully occupied
  • Hotels - quite a lot of boutique and small hotels around this area, probably due to its located near KL. Some of the hotels even promote walk-in food eateries.
  • Esperance club - perhaps the chic and big club, even better after Zouk and the big boys club. Haven't explore and experience the club yet. Wait till I find time....I have read their reviews, look good, so if you are a clubber, explore this club since it is near KL. No idea how's the song, and the crowd, but the exterior and interior design is pretty amazing, from the photos.
  • pubs and bars - super a lot, regardless it is open at night or totally closed with dust inside the whole floor. Didn't really go inside to explore, as it is not my preference.

So, to have lunch here, well, I would say there are more local food being served, and this are what I liked:





Uncle Poh Fish Head Noodle. His food stall in Restoran Bai Li Men, so far the one and only chinese coffee shop at here. enjoyed its fresh fish paste and clean mini clams, combined with the thick mee hoon, and with the option to put evaporated milk into the clear fishhead soup. However, their blended chilli paste is just moderate for me. 

The drinks being served in the coffee shop is nothing to shout about.

Restoran Bai Li Men
Chinese Coffee Shop
18, Jalan Metro Pudu 2 (Off Jalan Yew, Fraser Business Park), 55200 KL, KL, Malaysia








Enjoying this whole big plate of fried mee hoon, raw vegetables as side dishes, and crunchy deep fried vegetables at Eco Life Kitchen. Ordered their homemade lemongrass tea, and true enough, it is home made. Chef cooks this dish in less than 10 minutes, amazed!

Eco Life Kitchen aims to delight customers with natural, healthy, yet delicious vegetarian cuisine that is 100% free from preservatives and MSG.

Spend less than RM 20 for the meal. Bought some flavourful seaweed and finally, the marketing people know healthy food need more flavours!


40-4 (Level 4), Jalan Metro Pudu, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operating Hours: Mon-Tue: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm; Thu-Sun: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/jYiR2kxCKVK2
Waze: https://www.waze.com/livemap




Well, what do you need upon checking in a typical hotel? Homie KL is a modern backpacker hotel, giving you premium backpacker’s facilities, such as:
  • All Day Coffee/Tea Snack
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Spacious Lounge Area
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Toiletries Pack/ Towel
  • Common Lounge
  • Reading Corner
  • Computer Terminals with Internet Access
  • Hairdryer
  • Reading Corner
  • Hot Shower & In-House Shower Foam
  • Movie Lounge

Basically, Homie KL exceeds the basic needs of a traveller, or perhaps some business people would just stop by to have a short break, a short weekend getaway, a quiet getaway trip, or simply just to have some private 'me-alone' time will be good for you to stop by in Homie KL. A modern contemporary outlook, small yet fulfil what you need, well, what can I say...however, I just drop by for their food....





RM 6.50 for Aglio olio, with 1,2,3,4,5 fried medium-sized prawns. Well, actually I didn't expect to have prawns with such price, and I can tell you the pasta portion is for 1.5 person. Too much carbo, but pasta is a good carbo. some herbs as seasoning, and boy, you can really have a bad breathe of garlic cheese in your mouth for one whole day. don't kiss anyone after eating this, haha! but it's worth of value, it is too cheap actually.






RM4 for my special request of 1 side with egg, and 2nd slice to be filled up with tuna. However, probably because it was made fresh, the taste seems weird as it was served 'warm'. Normally we have the sandwich served 'cold' as it was always kept in the fridge to maintain the freshness.

http://www.homiekl.com/
HOMIE KL

No 52, Jalan Metro Pudu,
Fraser Business Park,
Off Jalan Yew, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

T: +0129436217
E: homiekl.com@gmail.com

*Hi, Homie KL, suggest you to pin your location correctly in google Map and Waze? Cannot find a proper link, and afraid others community people might pin your location in the map wrongly.

Well, do you have any other place in Fraser Business Park to propose for a quick yet good lunch? Suggest to me, and I shall go. Or if you are the restauranteur, please contact me for a quick food review, let's see if it's worth to blog about...

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