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Monday, 7 October 2013

Restaurant Puncak Alam Corner, Puncak Alam

 Hmmm....hungry......weekend ah...many people...

 Lately am crazy about Milo. Used to be crazy about Carrot Milk.

 Had Sotong Goreng Kunyit(Fried Squid with Tumeric powder).

 Super spicy Sambal dipping.

 Crab Meat Taufu. Not sure where is the crab meat but Taufu was not bad. I ate my rice with the gravy.

 Mixed vegetable....uiks...also have sotong? Mamarazzi was very surprised. 

Papa had Tomyam...super spicy..."raining" lor. 

Well, if you feel like having some "tomyam", you can try out this restaurant . It's located at No 22, Lorong Naluri Sukma A8/A, Bandar Puncak Alam 40150 Shah Alam , Selangor

Hmm...wondering is there any Chinese or Indian food around this area ...maybe need to explore some more.

37 comments:

  1. Good to see Small Kucing enjoying his milo. At home, does he request for milo drink too? So what food is this - Thai food? Apart from tomyam, the rest looks similar to Chinese food.

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    1. yeah ......at home also request for Milo.

      nah nothing like chinese food la...more o malay type of food

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  2. Oooo...the squids so big and fat one! I like!!! The sambal got me drooling too. Slurpssss!!!! You live near there? Hmmmm....must come and visit and stay with you long long then. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. LOL.....yeah yeah...when will you be coming

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  3. So from now on, you will be exploring all the food outlets in your area.. Good!! Try first and let us know!

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  4. As usual I always hungry coming over here. Super yummy seafood. Drools.

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  5. aiyoh, why so hungry??? helping mamarazzi to tidy up and "method-ing" the house until so hungry?? or have been riding on the new bike for the whole morning until so hungry?? :p

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    1. growing again leh so super hungry lo

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  6. the fried squid looks good woh, somemore served with that chili paste, sure very appetising.. and the fried vege also got big fat squid inside?? hehehe, maybe the chef curi a few pieces from your fried squid earlier on~~ :D

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  7. hahaha, last sentence sounds like mamarazzi's deserted jungle is a very huge place.. she's been to so many nearby eateries and yet still haven't tried any chinese or indian food!!

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    1. here still developing lor....a lot of houses being built but makan place is like not many ...die die just that few shops...hopefully there are more shops that we have not discovered la

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  8. OMG, reminder for the forgetful mamarazzi: you better keep a logbook of the places you went, and perhaps also rate them so that you can refer back and won't go to the not nice ones again in the future.. :D

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    1. err....if the not nice ones sure die also will remember punya

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  9. Super spicy sambal has got me all excited. All of it is my kind of dishes.

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    1. hahah am sure you will like the sambal

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  10. When I lived in Bukit Jelutong for a year, this Puncak Alam area was still hills and forests until the bombing news. I have yet to see its new township. I must go!

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    1. here still a lot of jungle la.....walk out can get lost in the jungle leh. Township still being constructed

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  11. Small Kucing you have grown so much into a handsome boy now, I just looked back at your baby photos - big difference! All the good food and good books make you healthy and smart boy!!!

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  12. I always love to eat vegetables to dip into sambals! Yummy and healthy!

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    1. yea wor.....sambal also make food taste nicer

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  13. Almost all the dishes they gave lots of gravy. It would be nice cause can add together with the rice.

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  14. The sambal dipping looks very appetizing...yet fiery! Whooaa.....

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  15. I like spicy food, but Shah Alam~~~ too far!!! =]

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  16. What does Puncak mean actually? I know of a place in Indonesia called Puncak & I used to visit very often during my younger days......

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  17. I like that kind of sambal chili, damn syiok!

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    1. but must make sure have a lot of water to drink

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