Did you know that this place in sec 17 has charsiew wantan mee that is pretty good. Not the cheapest of wantan mee, but damn tasty. This is were we go for wantan mee, when we cannot make it down to Taman Cheras.
At RM4.50 (large) per plate, the charsiew they serve here with their wantan mee is robust in taste and fatty enough to meet with my approval! Not as HUNKY and sexy as the Meng Shiang one, but a pretty close second.
Here is a place we sometimes go for lunch, when we cannot make it down to Ampang or Pudu for the YTF (yong tau foo)…
And here is a place we sometimes go for dinner, when we want a quick fix of ikan panggang (without going down to Jalan Alor).
Tuck Kee in Kepong serves pretty decent Sting ray and Sotong panggang for approx Rm13.00
And this, is where we sometimes go to walk off that massive dinner we just had (when we cannot make it down to Petaling street)…
The Kepong Pasar Malam (Kepong night market) – see the uncle whose ‘star is shining the brightest/highest’ on that pasar malam row…
With such a cute, ingenious beacon, who can resist, giving him business?
D24 .. it’s not a cupsize.. but isn’t it just the round-est, full-est, sweet-est, taut-est, creamiest flesh you have yet to lay eyes on – it’s nearly every Malaysian man’s fantasy come true..
For those who do not know what a durian is….
The reputation of this fruit has gone before it as surely as its aroma trails after it… A good durian is sweet or bitter , or bitter sweet (depending on what you like) and has the texture of smooth, rich custard. Some call it the king of fruits and regard it as an aphrodisiac. I just plain hate it with a vengeance.
Too bad for me.. tis the season to get jiggy with the durian:P hurhur
Knock back a few cool mangosteen and be happy you are alive and well, on a Sunday night.
Lug your goodies home, and look forward to the next weekend- live to whack another day 😀