Monday, February 10, 2014

Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo - Now moved to Carinhill Hotel


*Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo has moved to Cairnhill Hotel, Batu 3 1/2 Jalan Ipoh

Where to find? Check the info...

Yong tow foo / yong tau foo/ yong taw/tau foo/fu… these three famous wordings are translated by Cantonese language, is originally from Hakka Chinese food recipe. You will see stuffed meat in various ranges of vegetables such as: lady fingers, bean curd, bitterguords, chilli, and many others. The origin Hakka recipe will recommends fish paste and pork meat to be used as the stuffed meat. However, as Malaysia always welcomes and respects different religions to enjoy various kinds of food, most of the Yong Tau Foo contains fish paste or mixture of fish and chicken meats. However, it is advisable to ask before ordering just in case you or your friends are non-pork eater.

So the food journey started when I always drove and passed by this restaurant written “Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo”. One day, the shop’s signboard pop out in my mind when I wake up, and I took an opportunity to go there purposely to enjoy a Yong Tow Foo meal.

“Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo” is located between Jalan Segambut and Jalan Ipoh. They use fish paste only in their servings.

You will not miss the signboard as the shop displays their shop’s name and also Steamboat signboard clearly. In the morning, we get to eat Yong Tow Foo, and during the night, you can get the local steamboat at the same place!
So what can we order in the Yong Tow Foo shop?

Paper wrapped chicken…feel just like mom’s cook style!

Paper wrapped chicken, oh mama!
As yummy as you can see...

Various Yong Tow Foo

See the stuffed fish paste in the eggplant? Ah Ha!

Fried dumpling and fried beancurd

Fried dumpling and beancurd

These are the current prices…

Ah ha! Just as you think they only have Yong Tow Foo. Well, they have stalls selling super crispy healthy popiah, Penang Rojak, Tauhu Bakar (more like grilling the Tauhu and stuff the cucumber slices in the Tauhu) and steamed groundnuts…

Colorful and yummy popiah

Egg tarts, biscuits and breads… (for me, it is just moderate rating)

Kee Mei Siew Pao

And fried chestnuts…

Can you smell the chestnut is cooking???!!!

Oh my! You better don’t miss this, well, at least we found out Ampang is not the only place that serve nice and delicious Yong Tow Foo.

Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo

Cairnhill Hotel, 6th floor, Batu 3 1/2, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur.

Business hours: 9am till 5pm, closed on Monday

Tel: 012-3684340/ 019-3098283


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Friday, February 7, 2014

Suki Jezz Top List Favourite Food at all time

Well, out of the sudden, I was looking through all my pictures, and found out. Well, I have more food photos than my own photos!

Well, like they said, take picture before eating seems to be a trend, although pity those who have to wait for us to take the perfect angle of the food picture before eating.

Here is my top favorite food that I had found from year 2012 till 2013, maybe I forgotten what other food that I like, but will let you know once I have the pictures.

Cheng cheng cheng…drums rolling…here come my favorite food list:

Spaghetti or angel hair pasta (home-cooked):

Curry Fish Head, I will recommend this dish from the first Lau Heong Sentul, the shop which is near to the indoor building which has market and government offices. There is another Lau Heong at Sentul Bolevard, but that one is just moderate.

The second curry fish head dish will be at Taman Midah, in a restaurant at Jalan Midah Besar (the shoplot at the end after all the food stalls). Opposite road of the shop is a coffeeshop named 'Fifth Avenue' and a pharmacy. Name of the restaurant is 'Ya Loong'.

Curry Fish Head at Taman Midah

亚龙酒家@Taman Midah, Cheras

66, Jalan Midah Besar, Taman Midah, Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur
 White Chicken by my mom

Yes, we still have the best chef at home!

Mom's white chicken

Nourishing soup by my mom:

Chinese way, must have soup and all time!

Mom's homemade soup

 Fresh Oysters!

I can eat at least 8 pieces of this as a start....if only...I can take more...

Fresh Oysters

 Shih Lin Taiwan Street Snacks

A simple gravy Oysters Mee Sua, delicious and their sweet plum potato fries are somehow different and nice too...however, I feel that their fried Seafood Tempura is just moderate...
Oysters Mee Sua by Shih Lin

Sang Har Mee (big prawns with fried crispy noodles) from Qui Lin Seafood Restaurant at Gohtong Jaya, Genting Highland.
Gui Lin even offers lots of food choices, I had blogged about it, and there you go:

Sang Har Mee from Gui Lin, Gohtong Jaya

 Chee Cheong Fun and Red Bean Dessert Soup - Jalan Ipoh, small market near to a 7-11, opposite road of a Petron station.

It has been a while for me to look for the good old traditional taste of Chee Cheong Fun. Others that are sold outside are either getting from the same terrible supplier or their rice quality is really terrible.

At least, I found this stall that still has their own taste and style of Chee Cheong Fun.

Chee Cheong Fun, Jalan Ipoh market

Red Bean Dessert Soup, Jalan Ipoh, mini market

 Maggie Goreng and Teh Ice or Teh Tarik (What?!)

Erm, ya, know is bad, but erm, it is delicious...

Maggie goreng and teh tarik
 English morning breakfast (home-cooked):

Simple yet nice.

Well, otherwise, sometimes I get surprise from the special food mentioned below:

'Standing' Taufu (beancurd) Egg from Indonesia

Italian risotto

Chinese is used to eat soft-cooked rice and when you try Italian rice with Italian will be thinking... erm, is it cooked? but this is exactly the right texture...and surprisingly, delicious...

The 'breaking' Christmas chocolate egg by

 See how it started:


 Sweet like chocolate...

Creative food from

If you are in the search of some new, fresh food concept, look no further, check out PLOY.

PLOY - Angel Hair pasta with caviar egg and anchovies

Angel hair from PLOY

PLOY-  Black rice with royal egg yolk and fresh prawns

'Black' Rice from PLOY

 Hummus - chick peas with sesame, lemon and olive oil at

Well, look like ash tray right? I am just joking, first time try Middle Eastern food, and I love this!

 Yee Sang from Kissaten:

Surprise, this Japanese Cafe at IOI boulevard serves a great yee sang, giving us real big fresh salmons!

Yee Sang by Kissaten
 Hungry? or Full now?

Well, presenting you my favoruite Cappucino at all time with different 'pictures' of cream:


 So far, I enjoy Cappucino from La Bodega
 and Antipodean

 Okay, I am hungry now...


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100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo in Malaysia

100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo in Malaysia

26 Jan 2014 - Doraemon arrives at Malaysia by introducing his secret 100 ‘weapons’ from his pocket. As most of the Asian children will fall in love with this magical robot, I do not want to miss seeing Doraemon!

So the victim who accompanies me has to be:


Hey, do you know Doraemon was yellow in the beginning? I didn't know about that!

Anyway, there is much information of the 100 secrets gadget from Doraemon’s pocket, whereby some of the gadgets I had never seen before; but when I saw those secret ‘weapons’ which I knew from comic books and cartoon movie, it really bring back lots of childhood memories.

Too many pictures have to do a video to showcase all, or else you have to scroll down all the way like a long cloth in factory to see my whole blog that full of photos.


I finally got to eat Doraemon’s favorite donut…

Go on and have some fun as well, cheers!

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