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Quiznos Sub at Jaya Shopping Center

Quiznos Sub Malaysia

 

Quiznos Sub first opened their doors in Malaysia years back and is still serving fresh and quality ingredients with all their recipes for bread, soup, and dressings developed in house so know that the flavour profile will be distinctly exclusive. And just like every other sandwich outlet, toasted sandwiches have long been practiced since it’s been heard off. Yet what sets them apart from many and mainly their main competitors is the fact that the whole sandwich is toasted and that the crunchy sensation is exquisitely memorable. Speaking of crunchy sensation, the bread on the pizza is nothing doughy or bread alike. Thin crust almost crackling crunchy was a stealer.

 

1.Quiznos Sub

2.Quiznos Sub

 

This sandwich kiosk offers a comprehensive best for on the go or takeaway including sandwiches, pizzas, waffle fries and soups for any seeking the comforting warm and creamy start. But the astounding selection has never been any closer to our heart when they roll out their recent highlight – The Laksa Sub. That’s right you heard it right and you hear it first here on foodeverywhere. Who needs a bowl when you can have laksa in a sub? Big chucks of real chicken meat with succulent and juicy bites and the tang that’s tantalising, this one just will just leave you astoundingly anticipating their next season menu – the green curry. Look out for that as well.

 

4.Quiznos Sub

 

Quiznos Sub scores points for its smart packaging, and for the quality of their servings if not the quantity, though the fillings tuna evoke a sense of déjà vu. The bread though, invariably has a crispier outer crunch, tastes fresh. Mesquite chicken comes with the generous tiles of moist, tender chicken, cheddar cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce and ranch dressing. Choose between sub or pizza and pay RM 12.20 or RM 18.80 for either a 4 inch or a 8 inch sub and RM 13.10 for this as a pizza. Tuna sub here with a choice of wheat bread here has tuna, cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce and red vinaigrette. And for all the meat monsters out there, fret not because there is the zesty steak to load up that protein in your meal. This one has got steak, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, onion, mushroom, sweet honey mustard and zesty grille sauce.

 

5.Quiznos Sub

6.Quiznos Sub

 

Those or the Classic Italian with rosemary parmesan bread. This best seller comes with the chicken ham, beef salami, beef pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, tomato, onion, olive, lettuce and red vinaigrette. Pay about RM8.40 for a 4 inch and RM13.10 for a 8 inch for a sub or go with the pizza for RM 9.30.

 

7.Quiznos Sub

.Quiznos Sub

 

Appreciate this healthier grab and go option with all the fine and premium ingredients and skip the frizzy drink if you can. This certainly is a cleaner meal at any time of the day.

 

3.Quiznos Sub

 

This tasting session is at Quiznos Jaya, at:
LG-K7, Lower Ground Floor,
Jaya Shopping Centre, Jalan Semangat,
46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
GPS: 3.1652113,101.6065873
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuiznosMalaysia/

 

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Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

 

Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

 

The decor might be simple and even maybe borderline close to sloppy, but comfort dining is rest assured. Don’t expect contemporary and bold fusion but do prep yourself for some authentic Thai fire and superb cooking including stalwarts like tomyam and padthai. They have always been one of the biggest native crowd pullers and quite rightly so; the establishment imports Thai products and occasionally sells some really interesting street snack that is much loved by the Thai native community on top of the delicious cooking.

 

1.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

 

The menu is pared down to classics of Thai authentic flavours, all well prepared in both set and ala carte dishes for communal eating. Prices weren’t cheap thou but solo dinning is easy with their set serving that comes with rice and accompanied with a little bit of vegetables. I am happy it isn’t white rice (sometimes I like bluffing myself to some extent, haha. Don’t judge me). Fried Basil Leave with Pork (RM 10), Pork Leg with Rice (RM 10), as well as Noodle in Thickened Soup (RM 7) not only looks terrific but decently portioned as well. Add on the BBQ stuff. Grilled Pork Neck (RM 4) was delicious tender and juicy and best to go with some beer.

 

2.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

3.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

4.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

5.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

6.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

7.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

8.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

9.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

 

Fish is available at a standard pricing of plus-minus RM 40 and it’s highly doubted that it was a popular choice. They are not spotted on any tables amidst the crowded hungry customers. Soups and Tomyam made appearance at few tables so I tried and while comforting, it was but at the same time really warming you up when especially seated in the low ceiling and badly ventilated shoplot. Prepare boxes of quality tissue paper.

 

10.Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

 

The narrow dining room is often packed and be prepared to share a table with stranger anytime during peak hour but it remains a cut above several local Thai establishments within the vicinity.

 

Frame Thai is located at :
AG-3, Ground Floor,Block A,
Happy Mansion, Jaya,
Jalan 17/13, Seksyen 17,
46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Business Hour: Daily 10am- 8pm (closed Wednesdays)
Phone: 03-79544688
GPS:3.124214,101.63476

 

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New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

Tai Thong new menu 2017

 

Thai Thong recently launched a new set of menu featuring some of the dishes cooked with a nod to authenticity the classic flavours of traditionally Malay flavour, as well as some innovative creations for the predominantly Chinese crowd. The galore is a mix of traditional and contemporary, and in this June, the new dishes are available with a promotional combo prices.

 

1.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

From 1st of June to the 15th of June, diners can order 3 dishes for RM 108 and this combo features the Braised Australian Lamb with Water Spinach in Casserole, Crispy Sea Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk, and the Dry tossed “Mee Pok” with XO Sauce and Eggplant. It is my first time pairing lamb and water spinach and it was a pleasant dish for anyone who is a fan of lamb. Every cutlet of meat is juicy and well seasoned and the quick dip of water spinach into the hot casserole pot was surprisingly addictive.

 

2.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
15.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
3.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
16.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

Moving to sea harvest and the carbo source, Tai thong never failed to remain solid with their skills and craftsmanship. Salted egg yolk prawns are beautifully presented with an impressive taste that’s deliciously balanced. As for the noodle, this staple is not your usual hawker favourites but with a tasty twist.

 

4.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

Then starting 16th to the 30th June, the combo features Giant Grouper Fillets with Assorted Seafoods in Casserole, Cheese Baked Crab Shell Stuffed with Seafood, and Stir fried Australian Beef Tenderloin served in that lovely Yam ring. Conventional dishes made different and is kicking goals at this dining destination for sure. We are looking at some outstanding Chinese styling and classic Chinese fare. This combo costs RM 118 and in conjunction with the new menu and new dishes promotion, Tai Thong also celebrates Selera Mesra with their ala caret promotion with the Hari Raya festive around the corner.

 

10.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
11.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

Staring from 27th may to the 27th of June, we can berbuka puasa with delicious Rendang Curry Chicken (RM 28) so be ready to taste some very authentic flavour of the right amount and mixes of herbs and spices packed into every bite of these curry chicken. As well as from the sea, there is the Sambal Shrimp with Petai served in Pineapple (RM 38), your beautifully presented Tumeric Stuffed Cuttlefish with Mushroom and Capsicum (RM 28), as well as the tantalizing Asam Red Snapper Fillets (RM 38). Never judge the dishes by the ordinary presentation but take my word for it and don’t hold back until you get to their desserts.

 

5.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
6.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
7.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

Featuring the king of fruits, these luscious pockets of Durian Pancake (RM 15) is certainly happy parcel for durian lover. And for those who do not wish to partake the food fear factor challenge, there is always the Pandan Gula Melaka Ball with Grated Coconut (RM 8). Freshly made with 4 pieces per serving plate, the huge chewy texture with sweet gula Melaka stuffing resembles the ondeh ondeh. I personally prefer ondeh ondeh to this one, but the sweet fresh grated coconut did make up to the lack of gula Melaka burst in this one.

 

8.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square
9.New menu at Tai Thong Imperial Garden Restaurant Intan Square

 

For reservation and further information, follow them on their social media pages of email: customer.care@taithong.com,my

 

This sampling takes place is Tai Thong Pj at:
7th Floor, Intan Square No. 3,
Lorong Utara C,
46200 Petaling Jaya
Tel:+603-7956 6868
Mon-Sat: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
Sun: 9am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
GPS: 3.1044026,101.6400499
http://www.taithong.com.my/igpj

 

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Wood and Steel Café @ Damansara Uptown

 

Wood and Steel has had quite a great reputation so far, with their latest addition at the Damansara Uptown. This one is well received for their appealing dishes and like the previous establishments, this one is with lovely finishing of wood and steel artwork as well. There are creative tables and chairs, with opulent framed art covering most of the spaces of the walls, and improbably friendly staffs.

 

1.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown
2.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown
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3.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown

 

Pasta are served with option of wither the spaghetti or linguine, and I went with the Tempura Buttercream and this one is no disappointment. The cream based pasta sauce cooked in Asian style with a spike of spicy and the linguine served with deep fried tempura prawn, and calamari.

 

4.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown

 

Any caveats? Caffeine offerings are beyond ordinary; it would be though to compete with the many cafes within the radius. Despite the unglamorous Latte (RM 10) and TWG selection of tea bags (RM 9) experience, the experience in whole was absolutely decent.

 

5.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown
6.Wood and steel @ Damansara Uptown

 

If anyone is interested, some of the interior snippets are on my snapstories here:

 

 

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Wood and steel at Damansara Uptown is located at:

 

104, Jalan SS 21/35,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Phone: +60 3-7731 5492
Business Hour: 10am- 12 am daily
GPS: 3.13432, 101.6243
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/woodandsteeldamansarauptown/

 

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Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Chopsticks at the ready! The Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant at SS 23 has opened their door for Chinese cuisine lovers. The ‘secret’ in the name makes it sound all mystifying and underground, which is far from the truth. In décor and cooking, Secret Garden is not just one of a kind but utterly wonderful with their heartwarming home recipes made into gourmet dishes. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The menu is a compact selection of exquisitely steamed, baked, or stir fried dishes and ranging from classic fried rice to more sophisticated items such as braised “dong po” meat, one can enjoy the authentic taste of Chinese culture through the flavours in their dishes. Starting with the Home Styled Taiwanese Chicken Soup with Pickled Pineapple and Bitter Melon (RM 18), this timeless Chinese classic is not only nourishing and benefiting but lovely as appetizer. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Both Crispy Deep Fried Prawn Cracker (RM 38) and Steamed Free Ranged Duckweed Fed Chicken with Homemade Sauce make such great communal dishes. The prawn cracker has a fantastic texture and with the festive season approaching, this one is quite a good starter option. And for decades after steamed chicken being treated as a classic dish, Secret Garden is serving theirs using nothing but the best fresh produce- free ranged duckweed fed chicken. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The much anticipated signature is a must order, and that is coming from someone who avoids eating those pork fats. Signature Taiwanese Style Braised “Dong Po” Pork Belly (RM 38 small and RM 66 large) is being served meticulously tied up, to hold the cubes while it go through an 8 hours of braising. These giant cubes of pork belly with thick, almost gooey gravy is unbelievably delicious. It’s best companion is some of their fluffy soft mantao buns, which arrives a little late for we have all finished out meats before it arrives. Or, maybe we wallop the pork a little too quickly? 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The late arrival of those sweet and fluffy bun turns out fantastic to go with their Grouper Fish Head in Yellow Curry with Fresh Milk (RM 56 small, RM 98 large) as well. Curry gravy is pleasant and light thanks to the clever replacement of fresh milk instead of coconut milk. Also swimming in the hot pot served on a portable stove, is an assorted mix of vegetables. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The Secret Garden here exemplifies Chinese cuisine’s attitude when it comes to communal eating. Seafood are usually symbol of luxury and is normal to have them on the table especially when there is a special occasion to celebrate. We are all generously served with these super huge Pan Fried Fresh King Prawn with Soya Sauce (RM 88 small, RM 156 large) that’s typically robust with an abundance of sweetness from the soya sauce, I can’t help licking my fingers. Also, they are as big as my face. Watch it on my snapchat to believe it. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Talking about standard Chinese dishes, Secret Garden cooks aroma and flavours so close to home and comforting to the stomach, it is the reason enough to return for more. Take their Homemade Organic Black Soyabean Tofu in Pumpkin Gravy (RM 28), Stir Fried Garlic Chives with Minced Pork (RM 25 small, RM 38 large), and Pork Belly Fried Rice with XO sauce for instance; it took me right back to my mum’s dining table. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

When it comes to dessert, the Herbal Jelly with Wild Honey (RM 12) is served chilled and this one is a good representative of classy dessert being a trendsetter and hopefully remains a benchmark against all high end Chinese restaurants. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

I love it that alcohols are available and this is apparent as soon as we enter when greeted by the bar facing the dinning floor. Overall, Secret Garden isn’t Earth-shattering but there’s great potential for this eatery to be really popular.

 

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Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant is located at:
7 & 9, Jalan SS 23/15,
Taman Sea,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-7887 6999
Business Hour: 11:30AM–3PM, 6–11PM (daily)
GPS:3.116199,101.61241
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/mysecretgardenpj/?_rdr

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Gasing 123 Cafe at Jalan Gasing Petaling Jaya is a beautiful place to eat a meal. The thought is almost certain to strike at some point as I walked in through the cheeky and creative art and decor on the wall and around the cafe. Pleasant layout with plenty of green on the outside and tons of coziness indoor is such a lovely dining experience. And that’ll be before you even tasted the food.

 

1.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing
2.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing
3.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

 

Dining semi alfresco, the refreshing summer fruit is best to enjoy the breezy outdoor. With such humble ingredient with the right recipe, a bowl of amazing watermelon salad is tossed beautifully with a sweet and salty combination of feta and basil, as well as olive oil. Everyone should order this when we are practically experiencing all year long summer. Watermelon really is not my favourite fruit but I love it when it becomes salad. And here, they’ve done it right.

 

4.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

 

Sunny bun is good to start the day; there is a comforting taste of home. Although not a classy gourmet when it was sandwiching an overcooked sunny side up, this one still fulfill the carb crave. And I absolutely love the unconventional slice of cheese (emmental if I remembered it correctly- definitely not the processed cheese slice).

 

8.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

9.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

 

Cake spread is quite a delight; making this quite the lovely place for sweet tooth. Caffeine beverages were fairly decent. I took a sip of the Matcha Latte and reminded myself that not all matcha are meant to not go wrong. At least this one is an exceptional.

 

5.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing
6.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing
7.Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

 

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Gasing 123 Cafe @ Jalan Gasing

 

Gasing 123 café is located at:
123, Jalan Gasing, Seksyen 10,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Phone:+60 3-7932 1979
Business Hour: 8am-11pm Daily
GPS: 3.1075169,101.65325
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/123Gasing/

 

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TOKB (Taste of Kota Bahru) Cafe @Seksyen 13

 

TOKB Café at Seksyen 13, otherwise also known as the Taste of Kota Bahru Cafe is like a ground for military surplus on top of authentic Kelantanese fare. Part cafe and part a viewing gallery with various wartime memorabilia, TOKB Cafe serves up Kelantanese dishes with ingredients sourced directly from Kelantan, and prep by native Kelatan chef. From popular K-drama descendant of sun’s themed song to those cool mid air hanging bikes and fighting jet models, this cafe is brimming with military themed decor, memorabilia and posters to present the nation’s first of its kind of cafe.

 

1.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
2.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
3.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
4.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

Themed names of their dishes are interactive, fun and most importantly authentic. Proudly showcasing the traditional recipes that are passed down through generations, their food also demonstrates comfort of home-cooked meals. Look for dishes like Nasi Rocket(RM 19.90) with fish serunding, or traditionally known as nasi tumpang. This one is an appetising multi tiered rice with choice of either beef or fish serunding, and served with fried chicken too.

 

5.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

Comforting staple of the east coast also comes in combination of kampong fish and subtly sweet coconut richness, spiked with a hit of spiciness. Laksam (RM 13.90) is smooth and creamy, in general very easy to be consumed.

 

6.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

A more popular choice of their signature choices is the Nasi Kerabu (RM 23), with fragrant blue rice served with fried chicken, kerisik sambal ikan, salted egg, and accompanied by those fresh aromatic herbs and vegetables. The fiery sambal belacan really puts an extra kick to the otherwise ordinary combination of colours. And those who must have rice, Nasi Dagang (RM 12.90) serving with Ikan Keli Paprik is as lovely for anyone who loves fish.

 

7.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
8.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
9.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
10.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

Otherwise, the Soldier Teriyaki Burger is pretty cool as well- definitely appeal to the younger crowd. The army and military themed gimmick is attractive although the menu seemed lost in translation with the addition of this teriyaki charcoal bun burger. Leave the gimmick aside, the chicken was delicious, even though the charcoal buns fail to impress. There is a pineapple slice with fresh lettuce and tomato slices in between, along with fried egg to enhance layering texture for extra moist.

 

11.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
12.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

Those who wish to nibble in smaller portions can go for their light bites. Roti Titab here is known as Roti C4 and this satisfying toast combines amazing mix of sweet and savoury from the kaya and butter. Also on the lovely toast is a beautiful half boiled egg. Pair that with their Teh Atom Ice (RM 9.50)- a super frothy teh tarik with honey (this one is super fun because the froth remains at the brim for the longest time).

 

13.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
14.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13
With a semi alfresco and a cosy mezzanine floor, the air conditioned space is lovely as a work space whilst fuelling up with affordable food.

 

15.TOKB cafe @ Seksyen 13

 

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TOKB Café is located at :
3, Jalan 13/2, Seksyen 13,
46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Phone: +60 3-7624 5787
Opening Hour: Daily 12pm- 9pm (Friday and Saturday extend to midnight)
Closed : Tuesdays
GPS: 3.113883,101.63955
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tokbcafe/

 

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