Edo Ramen @ Midvalley

2:30 PM Felicia Grace 0 Comments

Are you a fan of ramen? Well good news to those who are working around Midvalley area.
They just opened not very long ago!

Was meeting my cousin who was working around the area and shoooooo nice, he treat me lunch.
I should definitely go down to KL more often.
Green Tea - RM 2.90

Everything is so new, so clean.
They've put the glass there, so you can see how the chef works.


Why don't we look at the menu?

Ultimate Black (Medium)- RM 17.90

Ultimate Miso (Medium) - RM 16.90

Miso Ramen (Medium) - RM 10.90

add on Braised Pork Belly - RM 3.50

It's a very simple treat, and the ramen is delicious!
The broth is very well seasoned so its a thumbs up!
Medium bowl was just so-so, I think I could have had large instead.
But then again, can't be too greedy eh?
They have another branch that is in Penang Gurney Paragon so why not have it in KL instead?
Rating: 3.5/5.0

Address: Lot S-025 and S-026, Level 2, Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 
59200 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 03-2201 8779
Opening Hours:
Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Euro House @ Ipoh

1:52 PM Felicia Grace 0 Comments

Located behind Ritz Garden Hotel, this place not only serves alcohol with the happy hour price, but the food with a generous portion.
To me, I think the food is pretty good with a reasonable price.

Well, since its the month of Halloween, of course, the place is decorated with fake spider webs and skeletons all around.
It's also what I sort of like because they get to the vibe of festivals all around.

They have darts, pool table, used-to-have xbox but dont know why is it gone, entertainment that you won't be bored.

So, went off with my classmates who they brought their friends along as well, the more the merrier aite?

Here is there menu, if you're thinking...


Complimentary buns while we wait for our food. *noms*

Smoked Salmon Salad - RM 13.00

Smoked Salmon Dill Herb Linguine - RM 18.00

Euro Smoked Salmon Burger - RM 18.00

Curly Fries - RM 7.00

Riccotta Chicken Steak - RM 24.00

Duck Ragout Pasta - RM 22.00

Chicken Pamagiana - RM 20.00

Carbonara - RM 18.00

With 5 Apple Aloe and 2 Blackcurrent Aloe and 1 Pint of Asahi, I can say that everyone was well fed after that.
Needed to throw darts to at least get it digest a bit faster because we were all too full!
Classmate went a bit steam ordering one shot of Black Label and throw darts like mad. Haha.
Well, this place is great for groups of people to come and chill and hang out.
Weekends are pretty full so remember to call for reservations if you're thinking of going.
Total spending of RM 214.00, no tax or service charge! *HOW COOL IS THAT*
Rating: 4.0/5.0

Euro House
Address: 49-51, Jalan Hussein, 30250 Ipoh, Perak.
Telephone: 05-255 5532
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun: 3:00 pm - 1:00 am
Reservation: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Kampung Cina/Chinatown @ Kuala Terengganu Part 2

12:30 PM Felicia Grace 0 Comments

Well, hello hello!
Welcome to Part 2!
Because there are a lot of alleys and I don't think one post is enough for all, since there are many pictures for all to see.

Here is the Tauke Wee Seng Hee Cultural Lane
The lane is named after a wealthy Chinese trader whose former shop happened to be next to the alley.
The alley features vintage stuff like the telephone booth and post-office box that is still currently in use.

This wall is all full of old sign boards from the shops in Chinatown.



Whereas this wall is full of Chinese calligraphy Han Dynasty era poems.
Beautiful isn't it?



Moving on to the Eco Lane.



Cool idea to use worn out shoes to plant plants eh?

One of the shop owners nearby this lane decided to dedicate the lane with batiks as a tribute to Terengganu's batiks.



Pretty isn't it?
No one would have thought of that.
You can see clearly by the sun rays that beam through the batiks as their styles are different from one another.

Next lane coming up is
Lorong Haji Awang Besar

A Malay style decorative, named after a wealthy Malay businessman who lives nearby.
This wooden house is donated by his family which is also a reminder for all of the small Malay population that lives in Chinatown previously.


Last but not least
Payang Memory Lane


The name is taken from the nearby "Pasar Payang" which happens to sell lots and lots of different batik.
It pays tribute to the leaders of the Chinese community of Kuala Terengganu.
Seven leaders whose face are up on the wall on the left hand side of the alley, their names and what they did for the community were stated.
The umbrellas are to symbolized how the local community is “united in diversity”.

and that is all!
This is in Pasar Payang where there are lots of batik shops around.
Can't give an estimate figure because there are really a lot.
So do stop by Chinatown if you get the chance to come to Terengganu.
You wouldn't regret it.

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