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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

The Journey Home and Yan Village Restaurant , Kepong

 Love the flag formation. 


 Stopped at the beach for a run . No swimming allowed but can play sands. Still fun. 
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 Managed to grab our usual Lemang from Kijal . Yumz...so worth it RM10 for 4 batang of lemang. What's the price over here ya? RM10 a batang?


 Thought eating lemang will be enough but ....i bodek Papa say I wanna eat something else pulak. 

 Stopped at one of the chinese restaurant and had fried rice. looks plain but surprisingly have a lot  of Wok Hei.

 By the time we got back to town...like 6 hours later...Papa was super tired liao. Can't think of where to eat. Pakai hentam just go to Sze Ngan Chye Restaurant in Kepong  lah as it's on the way home. But but but...can't find any parking there...adui...


Change venue la...saw one restaurant few doors away have reserved parking. Wokay...just eat there la. Nice to have parking there.


 Got penyakit berjangkit from Mamarazzi....first thing....snap photos ! *LOL*

 Soupy Wantan Mee for me and Mamarazzi. 


The "dry" version for Papa.

The taste...hmm...not bad la. But Mamarazzi saw that this restaurant seems to be famous for it's porridge. Maybe one of these days will go there to try out the porridge there.

Oh which restaurant ...it's Yan Village. Located at No 40 & 42, Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 3, Taman Usahawan Kepong, Kepong Utara, 52100 Kuala Lumpur Tel  03-9212 1000


54 comments:

  1. Oh, I wish I could taste your soupy meal, looking SO good! And that cold drink looking good too. Tea? Soda?

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  2. Wah lemang! I also like lemang. And I usually eat it with kaya and peanut butter, haha. We got some lemang during Raya with kuah kacang, but I finished them with kaya and peanut butter, really!

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    1. at kijal lemang very cheap. yea can also eat with kaya. sedap

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  3. Lemang so so so cheap. Looks very lemak, very good.

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    1. Much cheaper than the one you bought from you know where

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  4. Haha. A born photographer and future foodie! ^^

    I am not sure how much lemang is sold during Puasa month but I love lemang. Dipped into curry or satay gravy.
    Drooling now.

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    1. over in Klang Valley it's quite pricey. One small roll already RM10

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  5. yeah one final round playing at the beach before leaving!! good also la can play at the beach, come back home mana ada beach for Small Kucing to play at, right?? :)

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  6. the little flags are so well formed huh?? nice idea that is.. but what attracted Uncle SK were those lemang leh.. aiyoh only RM10 for 4?? that's cheap lah.. over here though Uncle SK rarely buys, but he knows sure more expensive than 4 for RM10..

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    1. ya...have thehari Malaysia Spirits. :)

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  7. aiyoh talk about the Sze Ngan Chai, Uncke SK still haven't got a chance to go try yet leh.. difficult to find parking ah?? maybe should go there outside the peak hours hor??

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    1. that time we arrived around 9pm jor lor.....

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  8. the wantan mee looks good, both the soup and the dry one.. but cannot compare with Sze Ngan Chai?? hehe, next time if no parking at SNC then can hop over to try their porridge lor~~ :)

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    1. ya lo....see many ordered their porridge

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  9. I can never get tired of eating wanton mee, hehe...

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    1. ya ka...not us...if too much the will be jelak

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  10. Good morning...
    I still not try Sze Ngan Chai restaurant yet but bought the roasted duck from Petaling Street.. yum

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    1. next time if have the chance then do try out SNC . They have been there many years and the ducks so yummy

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  11. The lemang you bought is really worth it! Wish for lemang now. :)

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  12. The lemang really cheap! The few I tried from Raya roadside stalls weren't cooked fully in the middle.

    Bet Papa zonked out after reaching home.

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    1. Eeee if not fully cooked not nice leh

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  13. Dunno why but the start of mamarazzi's blog post kinda remind me of someone's style of blog posting. hehehe

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  14. Here is RM10 for small and big one is RM15 / batang. This year I didn't buy any during the Raya season.

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    1. wahhhhhh so mahal ah...next time i borong and sell here la...sure balik petrol

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  15. I bought a batang of lemang for RM15 2 years ago!
    Yucks, I don't like soupy wantan mee, always the dry version for me please..

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    1. dont say yuck la....you dont like but others like mah.... LOL.

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  16. What a lovely life you have! All good food and so much sand to play at the beach. This is anay's fond memories now. Now anay dare not eat too much and eat sand pula. Muahahaha

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  17. Yeah some stalls in KL sell lemang and the serunding like gold!! I love to eat them but the price tags scared me away.

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    1. ya wor......serunding is expensive can understand la coz hard to make. tedious. But lemang just pulut and santan the bakar...some not even bakar. they just cook the pulut and sumbat into the bamboo stick and say it's lemang. Bought before from one of the bazaar ramadan long time ago

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  18. Hahahaha! Taking picture before eating, pandainya. XD

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  19. long time no eat lemang liao...lemang in KL is damn expensive!

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  20. Huh? how did you eat the lemang? just as it is or to go with some curries?

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    1. with the serunding....can also eat as it is coz nice too

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  21. I prefer the dry version of wanton mee with lots of pickled chillies :)

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    1. each to his/her own. ya....the pickled cili is a mUST...yum

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  22. The restaurant with catchy purple signboard right?

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  23. Small kucing sure will be a food blogger very soon.

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  24. It is really cold here today and I could go for a bowl of that hot soup.

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    1. would always love a bowl of warm soup on a cold day

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