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Re: Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

 

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral launched the first food truck by a hotel in Kuala Lumpur, and that we are looking at Re: Fuel on Wheel. It is offering Street grub on the streets of Kuala Lumpur Sentral at the port a cochere of the hotel. This one is making them the first hotel in Kuala Lumpur with a food truck. The idea was brought about in the spirit of Aloft brand’s credo, Different by Design, to offer something out of the ordinary and an exciting dining experience for the hotel’s customers. And with this attractive concept to cater to the always-connected lifestyle of today’s traveler and the quick millennial generation, the idea for a food truck was born with a manual designed to provide quick bites for on-the-go crowd and for diners looking for comfort food that is simple and fuss free.

 

1.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

2.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

 

Mr. Greg Gubiani, General Manager of all of Kuala Lumpur Sentral, lead the team in conceptualizing and realizing the idea of being the first hotel in Kuala Lumpur to offer food truck services to its guests and clients alike. And being strategically located at Kuala Lumpur Sentral, the transportation hub of Kuala Lumpur, we can now have a wider selection of comforting food at a very affordable price. With this food truck there will be tons fun and lip smacking experience so whether you are a traveler or the corporate crowd, Re: Fuel on Wheel can be the good alternative for breakfast and lunch on weekdays. Or if there are any private events or catering for corporate and social functions, there will be plans for it to be available for hire at external venues in the very near future. Headed by Chef Mohd Faizal, the menu consists of a mixture of both Wstern and Malaysian influences.

 

3.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral
5.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

6.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

 

Breakfast starts from 7am to 9am and lunch begins at 11am to 3pm daily on weekdays. Packages are cleverly done for easy and quick on-the-go. Look at this Nasi Lemak (RM 8) and vermicelli. Gravy and soup are fuss free and ergonomically packed. Super loving it.

 

4.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

 

Hassle free and delicious meal on the go at an affordable price with vibrant style- Aloft is definitely delivering a fresh approach with plenty of fun factor.

 

7.Re Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral
Re:Fuel on Wheels by Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral - Menu

 

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral is located at :
5, Jalan Stesen Sentral
Kuala Lumpur Sentral,
50470 KL.
Tel: 0327231188
www.alofthotels.com

 

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Bazaar Ramadhan TTDI 2017

 

During the Ramadhan month and buffets aside, we know that visiting the Bazaar is the other way to celebrate buka puasa during this holy month. If there is anything I enjoyed more than the spoilt choices of buffets, the Ramadhan Bazaar if the next in mind to break fast. Ramadhan bazaars are filled with endless choices of food of various kinds and the spiritual boost with many valuable moments to be experienced and there is no place better to experience harmonious and joy of understanding the culture. Personally, it is the yearly mandatory activity I carry out with my family here in KL. This year, we berbuka puasa with choices from the renowned TTDI Ramadhan bazaar and I took the opportunity to gather some footages for a quick tour of what to expect at the bazaar.

 

 

Food is a good way in bringing people together disregard of race, ethnic, cultural and religion. It is amazing how we learnt so much about one another through food and even greater when you realized how food is actually one of the best way to study a culture and probably the origin and history of an ethnic.

 

This is the time of the month when the Holy Quran was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed and as a result, Muslims recite the holy text ardently. The fast is not simply about no food and water intake. It is also about self refrain from malicious behavior and the taxing challenge to demonstrate focused mindset. So as we savour the meals during buka puasa, keep in mind the spiritual significance of the fast.

 

Happy Ramadhan.

 

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Street Eats: Melaka- Gor Hiong (5 spice)/ Prawn Crackers @ Jalan Tun Perak

 

When it comes to food obsession in Melaka, you definitely don’t need the disposable income for best restaurants because street food is your saviour. All the cheap eats of exceptional flavour and experience served either in dinky plastics and paper wraps are the best experience to dive into the local eating habits and food culture. The city is also blessed with well preserved heritage and is listed as UNESCO world heritage site in 2008, making this a wonderful place to visit at a convenient distance of less than 2 hours car ride from city centre Kuala Lumpur.

 

Malacca street eats - gor hiong

 

The locals are blessed with all sorts of food and the best are on the street because they carry the roots of origin and history. Gor Hiong (5 spice) here, also known as Prawn Crackers snack in Melaka is in fact a combine mixture of fried taukua, fried fish ball, some kuih and cucumber cuts with the star item, the prawn cracker. If anyone remembers my post sometime ago, I love the moving stall in Jalan Bunga Raya because on top of all these, that one run by a more senior owner offers fried fish roe as well. Comparatively to this one here, that also crown champion when it comes to their prawn crackers and portion. What may looked simple and ordinary is in fact one of the most addictive snack for anytime of the day.

 

 

I happened to drop by spontaneously because the foodie gene in me was telling me that something delicious is happening by the roadside as I curiously checked them out. Without a business name, this vendor sells only one kind of snack and business was very good when I decided to join the crowd. Watch the footage and you’ll know what I mean.

 

Street Eats: Melaka- Gor Hiong (5 spice)/ Prawn Crackers @ Jalan Tun Perak

 

The pack of gor hiong snack must go with their chili and sweet sauce combo that comes with a sprinkle of sesame. Every piece of ingredients is cut into bite sizes and with the dip of the spicy sweet dipping sauce, is the gate to happiness.

 

Also click to read more Eating and Drinking Places in Melaka , Foodeverywhere’s Travel Journal outside Malaysia, or Sycookies Food Travelogue .

 

 

This mobile stall usually operates along :
Jalan Tun Perak, Kampung Enam
GPS : 2.2089229, 102.2427603
(Can also look for ‘kedai ubat i-hua’)

 

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Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

Pork Organ Pepper Soup at Taman Midah, Cheras is apparently notoriously well known and popular amongst the neighbourhood patrons to offer fresh and delicious offal if you are into this kind of delicacies. Being the anchor at this row of stalls, they attract a healthy number of crowds – it would be difficult to miss the stall, especially when they lit their business signboard brightly with Chinese name that apparently spelt Wong Hoi San.

 

1.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

The menu were simple clear and direct, with pictures of every dish laminated and filed in a booklet, making it easy to order even if reading in Chinese is impossible for you. I didn’t have any hard time ordering. In contrary, everything was swift right from when upon seated. Service is prompt with helpful lady recommending appropriately and accordingly. We asked for something light and she recommended their signature pork organ soup(RM 10)- a bowl of hot steaming soup filled with a medley combo of everything you can think of inside the pig.

 

2.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

Top up the comfort with their velvety bowl of Pork Intestine porridge(RM 6), and some simple Vegetable (RM 6)and it quickly sums up to a lovely meal.

 

3.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras
4.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

If there is some more space, this Lala with Rice Wine (RM 12) is superb. With a light hint of alcohol at the finishing of every sip of that boiling hot soup, this one is fantastic on its own.

 

5.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

This place offers some few simple dishes but it certainly doesn’t come with hefty price tag. Be there on Saturday and take a stroll at the weekly night market next to it. The amount of things to see and to buy is crazy fun. I have them saved on my snapchat here.

 

6.Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

 

Wong Hoi San Pork Organ Pepper Soup is located at :
Jalan Midah 1,
Taman Midah, Cheras,
56000 Kuala Lumpur.
GPS: 3.1033453,101.7328375

 

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Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center and the humble Porride Stall adjacent to the restaurant works perfectly well as a duo combo and provides some of the most comforting indulgence especially when they serve till late hours at night. When the sun goes down, the area is instantly filled with the night crowd. With tables and chairs set up by the road side, and stoves firing up with boiling pots of broths, soups, porridges, the place is very soon filled with patrons and it only gets busier as the night goes along.

 

1.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center Jalan Ipoh

 

At the porridge stall, temperature spikes up a little with every bowl of porridge cooked and made to order accordingly to the ingredients in each type of porridge. Available daily are fish porridge, chicken porridge, pork porridge, and side orders like yau char kuey, century egg, or raw fish to top up your porridge; all of which comes in sizes and costs no more than RM 5.

 

2.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center Jalan Ipoh
3.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center Jalan Ipoh

 

Despite being a remedy for when you are sick, this comforting food can be very appetizing. Steamed chicken appeared to be a companion net to yau char kuey when it comes to these silky smooth porridges. A bowl of fresh porridge is flavour up with their fresh ingredients and that additional chicken can help fill you up if the fluffy texture of porridge doesn’t satisfy the hunger.

 

4.Jalan Ipoh Bah Kut Teh and Porridge Jalan Ipoh
5.Jalan Ipoh Bah Kut Teh and Porridge Jalan Ipoh
6.Jalan Ipoh Bah Kut Teh and Porridge Jalan Ipoh

 

This comforting stall also sells Barley and Red Bean dessert at RM 1.50 each!

 

17.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
18.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Moving to those piping claypots, they are served with optional offal choices, as well as mushrooms and porks. The aromatic herbs and savoury pork bones are consistent, and is surprisingly a wonderful pair when eating it with those bowls of steamy soft porridge. But if that is too much liquid in one meal, lets 1ust g6 with their rice. It is a pity only white rice is being served but its all good, especially when we can enjoy it with add on dishes like assorted vegetables, some extra meat and tofu pok, and best of all, and a must when it comes to bah kut teh, those finely chopped garlic!

 

8.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
9.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

10.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
7.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
15.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
13.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
14.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
11.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh
12.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Although serving till late night, be there early. This place is pack during dinner and everything sells very quickly.

 

16.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall are both located at:
495, Jalan Ipoh Sentul,
Kuala Lumpur 51200
Tel: 03 40431850
Business Hours: 6pm- 12 midnight daily
GPS: 3.1796055556,101.6840666667

 

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Hong Sang Mix Rice (Chap Fan) with more than 100 dishes @ Cheras

 

One of the best budget foods we can find in Malaysia is probably the economy rice aka known locally as “chap fan” which literally translates to mix rice. Commonly found in hawker stalls, coffee shops, or food stalls, the chap fan is always popular with lots of people lining up and bustling around the stall whenever there is one.

 

5.chap fun (9)

 

Most stalls would typically serve a number of troughs of cooked food showcasing ingredients like poultries, vegetables, eggs, tofu, preserved dishes and pickled dishes and customers select any combination of those dishes before being charged accordingly to the amount of picked dishes.

 

4.chap fun (2)
1.chap fun (8)

 

Some place would be known for their delicious food, and some the value for money. In Cheras, this area somewhat thrive to popularity with their many choices of dishes. The stalls serve more than 50 dishes at one go on a daily basis.

 

2.chap fun (4)
3.chap fun (6)

 

To make things even more interesting, there is more than one stall with this glorious number of dishes. Having wanting to “stall hop” them, I realized it was a mission impossible after I happily picked too many dishes.

 

6.rice

 

Each dish is averagely charged at RM1.50 ++ accordingly, and free soup of the day would be served free flow. Also free of charge is their Chinese tea so a decent meal here is pretty economic.

 

7.chap fun (27)
8.chap fun (40)

 

Herbal tea and can drinks are for sale but it was least popular compared to the free flow daily soup and the free of charge Chinese tea. The huge pot of soup is placed at a corner and a worker would be station there to be serving the bowls of soup.

 

9.chap fun (44)

 

The glory of assortment was almost mesmerizing and at a glance of it, first timers are usually taken aback, not even knowing where to begin. Satiate yourself on their varied dishes of poultry, vegetable, seafood, tofu, eggs, or vegetarian mock poultry, with any cooking style anyone can think of.

 

10.chap fun (41)
11.chap fun (43)

 

Not many chap fan stalls can achieve anything like this. Think about the number of dishes with the same excellent taste, not many can accomplish this and they does. Also, it would be real silly to want to count the number of dishes because there would be a constant queue that is moving at constant pace.

 

12.chap fun (46)

 

The stall is a great place for anyone at the neighbourhood to get a decent meal fixed economically. But it was seriously nothing impressive apart from the great glory of number of dishes. Locate them at:

 

Restaurant Hong Sang is located at :
Jalan Bunga Tanjung 10 (Taman Muda),
56100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 60392832132
GPS: 3.118442,101.76151

 

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Backlane (Longkang) Cockles @ Tong Bee’s Stall (Melaka)

 

Longkang cockles, cockles at the back alley, bunga raya cockles, bunga raya si ham, Melaka longkang siham, Bunga Raya kerang rebus, longkang lala, Tong Bee’s stall and many other names; all referring to the same dodgy stall operating at the back alley along the Jalan Bunga Raya Melaka.

 

1.Mlk lala (28)

 

Notoriously renowned with their gloom and shabby surrounding, with tiny stools made of wood placed at a back lane adjacent to the drainage. Anyone with sensitive tummy should lay off to be safe, but it’s what’s brings this part of the street alive once it gets dark. The eating experience is what’s on the spotlight instead of what’s on the menu.

 

2.Mlk lala (4)
3.Mlk lala
4.Mlk lala (27)

 

Diners don’t get too much choices, only shell creatures to start off but has later expanded
to some vegetable, rojak and tauhu bakar. Shell creatures were simply boiled to cook where else most flavours rely heftily on their dipping sauces. Sweet sauce with chili to match accordingly to your liking and each item served with either skewer stick or tiny fork.

 

5.siham bunga raya
6.Mlk lala (19)
7.Mlk lala (15)
8.Mlk lala (17)
9.Mlk lala (9)
10.Mlk lala (24)

 

While the food is nothing quite to be shout out loud and about, it was the ambiance and the late operating hours that is keeping this business and this back alley hype and alive with locals and tourists every night.

 

11.Mlk lala (2)
12.Mlk lala (6)

 

Locals always know where to hunt for food and this is the right place to fix that si ham craves at night. Tourists simply need to experience that local flavour when travelling to this friendly little heritage town.

 

13.Mlk lala (8)

 

Tong Bee Stall is located at :
Jalan Bunga Raya, 75100 Melaka
Phone:016-645 8108, 012-6011621
GPS: 2.199948,102.251406

 

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