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Sunday, 27-Aug-2006 07:51 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The Green Green Grass of Home

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The Green Green Grass of Home

The old home town looks the same as I step down from the train,
And there to meet me is my mama and papa.
Down the road I look and there runs mary hair of gold and lips like cherries.
It’s good to touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they’ll all come to meet me, arms reaching, smiling sweetly.
It’s good to touch the green, green grass of home.
The old house is still standing tho’ the paint is cracked and dry,
And there’s that old oak tree I used to play on.

Down the lane I walk with my sweet mary, hair of gold and lips like cherries.
It’s good to touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they’ll all come to meet me, arms reaching, smiling sweetly.
It’s good to touch the green, green grass of home.

Then I awake and look around me, at four grey wall surround me
And I realize that I was only dreaming.
For there’s a guard and there’s a sad old padre -
Arm in arm we’ll walk at daybreak.
Again I touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they’ll all come to see me in the shade of that old oak tree
As they lay me neath the green, green grass of home

Saturday, 26-Aug-2006 03:45 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Serdang AHEKO Hot Soup Restaurant (Lat Thong)

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Pig Intestine Pepper Soup

French Beans

Wine in Black Sauce Spicy Chicken

Curry Sotong

Speciality Fried Tofu

In my workplace, we get 2 hours off for lunch on Fridays and since I work in Cyberjaya ... that is really a blessing i.e. there aren't much interesting restaurants in Cyberjaya. This is also the day we get adventurous ... going out, hunting for a good meal. From Cyberjaya .. we've travelled to Kajang for Ice Kacang and Chi Cheong Fun ... to USJ, Taipan for Italian food ... Sungai Long for Pan Mee and for this round, we headed to Serdang for some nice hot Pig Intestine Pepper Soup ! AHEKO Hot Soup Restaurant is located next to South Sity Plaza in Serdang. Head towards South City Plaza, there are 2 rows of shop, right next to the Mall. AHEKO is right in the middle ... if you drive along the shoplots .. you'll never miss the big red signboard .....

Hot Soup is the speciality in this restaurant .. the Pig Intestine Pepper soup. Non-Asians might get a little turned off by the name of the soup, but trust me ... try it and you might get hooked to it. It's really good especially in cold weather ... imaging sipping this hot pepperish spicy soup in a cold winter night. YUMMY ! (Not that I've tried that before .. I imagine a lot). Besides the soup, another speciality is the Wine and Black Sauce Spicy Chicken .. another delicacy ! As the name mentioned ... the dish is a little spicy with a little wine taste ! A reminder though .. drink lot's of fluid after this meal. In chinese ... we would say .. this meal is a little "heaty" ... if you know what I mean.

The price here is not at all expensive .. the soup is between RM8.00 to RM12.00 which serves from 4 to 8 person and averagely, the dishes are between those pricing. A meal for 10 would come up to around RM100 ++ which is reasonable, I would say.

For those adventurous diner, you might want to try making this dish on your own. Here's the instruction. Good luck on the intestine though .....


Anyway, here's my review ....

Contact Details

No. 6-3, Jalan SP2/2,
Taman Serdang Perdana,
Seksyen 2, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor.
Tel: 03-8941 1337


OVERALL RATING : * * * * (good food, good value)
Environment Rating : * * * * (fortunately it's airconditioned, else you'd be perspiring! restaurant's a little plain .. a little touch up could help brighten up the place)
Food Rating : * * * * * (good stuff, recommend to friends)
Service Rating : * * * * (not bad, waiters missing at times)
Value Rating : * * * * * (not too pricey)

Operation Details

Operating Hours : 10.00am ~ 11.30pm(Weekday);10.00am ~ 10.00pm(Weekend)

Miscellaneous Details

Halal : Definitely Not
Dining Method : Dine-In Takeaway
Special Dishes : Pig Intestine Pepper Soup, Wine and Black Sauce Chicken

Food/Cuisine : Chinese
Ambience/Features : Family . Air Conditioned .
BYO Allowed? : No
Reservations : Accepted

Saturday, 12-Aug-2006 03:44 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Malaysian 4th Annual East Coast Salsa Festival in Cherating

Gupson's Bachata
Beach Dance
Gupson's Afro Cuban
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Malaysia East Coast Salsa Festival was held in Cherating from 4th to 7th August 2006. A celebration of Salsa Dance & Music: 4D/3N SALSA EXTRAVAGANZA Featuring beach games, live shows, parties & dance workshops.

Sunday, 23-Jul-2006 10:24 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Salted Nuts
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The 'Eric' mentioned in Eric Deli Paradise is referring to the Hong Kong celebrity Eric Tsang famous for his popular SuperTrio game show , if you really must know. But I do believe Eric Tsang do not own Eric Deli Paradise, well not wholely but having his image pasted all over this red and white themed restaurant as a part of deco does attract curious diners such as me.

Eric Deli Paradise is located on the ground floor of Hartamas Shopping Centre covering a huge chunk of the right wing ... from unit G11B - G15 to be exact, right next to the entrance of the parking lot. Just check out the map provided above. The place is huge therefore not a problem to find a table. I guess the restaurant could easily fit 350 people or so ... with private function rooms too.

Anyway, since I was there to try out the 'tim sum' ... I didn't had the chance to review their popular Sze Chuan dishes (noted in my next to do list). The ordering style is exactly like what you get in some other popular Hong Kong based restaurants and cafe .. a paper menu with pencil for you to start ticking away. Call me old-fashioned but I still don't feel comfortable ordering stuffs that I can't visualize. Not having much of a choice, I made some choices and 'submitted' my orders to the ever-smilling service personnels dressed in all-red.

A glance-thru the crowds ... my next table, 2 couples - probably rich (expensive sunglass stuck on hair nited) with screaming babies, sigh! Looked the other way, an old couple ... quietly enjoying their lunch ..probably felt irritated at my staring .. also rich looking. Seriously, I should review my observations. I am probably biased ... everyone looking rich just because I am in Hartamas area

ANYWAY ... this is what I've ordered .... with a couple of other stuffs and the total bill for 2 person came up to about RM64.00. Quite a hefty amount ... I would say. But then again .. it is Hartamas!

Deep-Fried Salad Prawns

Deep-Fried Prawns and Mango Roll

Steamed Crabmeat and Prawn Dumpling (Siew Mai)

Steamed Sharksfin Dumpling

Fried Fish Ball with Garlic

Sweetened Potato in Ginger Soup

Contact Details

Lot G11 – G15
Ground Floor, Hartamas Shopping Centre
No 60, Jln Sri Hartamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (03) 6201 1154


Environment Rating : * * * * *
Food Rating : * * * *
Service Rating : * * * *
Value Rating : * * * *

Operation Details

Operating Hours :

Miscellaneous Details

Halal : NO
Dining Method : Dine-In Takeaway
Special Dishes : Sze Chuan

Food/Cuisine :
Ambience/Features : Family . Air Conditioned .
BYO Allowed? : No
Reservations : Accepted

Monday, 17-Jul-2006 06:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Restoran Sri Karak

Durian Bomb
More Durian Bomb
Boiled Spinach Soup
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Durian Bomb

House Special Claypot Chicken

Steamed Assorted Eggs

Be The First To Eat. That's the tagline for Sri Karak Restaurant.

If you have been to Karak town or frequently drive along the Karak Highway, you must have come across or at least heard of the famous Yik Kei Restaurant which is very much praised for its durian puffs as well as hearty Chinese food.

Yik Kei has now expanded it's business into Klang Valley in the form of Sri Karak Restaurant offering the same delicious cooking as the orriginal Yik Kei. While Yik Kei in Karak is a non-halal outlet, Seri Karak is pork-free. The food is pretty much the same, though, and showcases some of the produce that Pahang is famous for: thin French beans from the highlands, deliciously smooth and slippery patin fish and, of course, the king of fruits, the durian.

Most pastries in Seri Karak are self-baked The building has a separate section in the front of its multi-storey, bright-coloured restaurant that is dedicated to baked products. Products are baked only once in the morning and only sold while stocks last. There are homemade Swiss rolls slathered with coconut jam, Portuguese egg tarts, durian-flavoured egg tarts and the famous Durian Bomb, wherein creamy durian is mixed with sweet potato and then deep-fried until it is crispy on the outside but meltingly soft on the inside.

The pricing are very reasonable in Sri Karak. Here's a list of what I've eaten and the pricing.

Boiled Spinach Soup (regular sized) - RM7.00
House Special Claypot Chicken (regular sized) - RM12.00
Steamed Assorted Eggs (regular sized)- RM8.00
Durian Bomb - RM1.60 each
Portuegese Tart - RM1.20 each

With drinks and plain rice, the bill came up to about RM46.00. I'd say it's quite ok for a 3 person meal. By the way, they do charge service/tax charges.

Contact Details

No. 17 Jalan 52/8, Section 52
Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7958 3280


Environment Rating : * * *
Food Rating : * * * *
Service Rating : * * * *
Value Rating : * * * *

Operation Details

Operating Hours : Mon-Sat (10am-10pm; Sunday, lunch (11am-3pm); dinner (6pm-10pm)

Miscellaneous Details

Halal : Yes
Dining Method : Dine-In Takeaway
Special Dishes : Durian Bomb / Durian Tart

Food/Cuisine : Serves Chinese food, with influences from Pahang Malay culture
Ambience/Features : Cosy . Family . Air Conditioned .
BYO Allowed? : No
Reservations : Accepted

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