Restoran Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee (Batu Road) @ Chow Yang SS2

Introducing my new addiction, Chilly Pan Mee from Restaurant Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee!

Unlike the usual pan mee that I have, this pan mee comes poached eggs. The noodles are slightly thicker and also firmer. The usual anchovies, minced meat and shallots are also mixed with the noodles.

Other than those I have mentioned, you also have a choice of unlimited amount of chili paste which you have mix with your noodles. The chili paste is a little bit too spicy for me and I usually give it a skip. However, the pan mee still taste good with it.

This restaurant has 4 branches. The one I frequent the most is the one located at Chow Yang, SS2. Map is below.

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One day at the petrol station

I was at the petrol station along Old Klang Road. I got into their store, waived RM50 to the Bangladeshi cashier and said ‘Lima puluh (50 Ringgit)’.

Thereafter, I decided to buy a carton of mineral water and brought the carton to the counter.

I stood by the side of the counter for some time while waiting for the cashier to service two customers in front of me. Since it took some time I went back to my car to pump petrol and left it to run.

The bloody cashier was still with the 2 customers in front of me. When it came my turn, I asked, ‘how much?’. The cashier ignored me and went to service another chap who just came in to buy some cigarettes.

Annoyed. I asked again, ‘BERAPA??? CEPAT CEPAT!!’.

A lady behind me chuckled loudly.

This time, the cashier instructed his colleague to check out the price. He went all around the place to determine the price. 5 minutes later, he came back with one bottle of mineral water and asked the cashier to scan the price tag. Somehow they thought they could get the price of the carton by getting the price of a bottle times the amount of bottles in the carton. The amount came up to rm30 plus. Sensing it was wrong, the Bangladeshi said, ‘don’t know how much’.

I had been waiting for the past 10 minutes and all they could say is, ‘don’t know’.

I was so furious until I said, ‘cheebye buang masa saya!!!’ (You wasted my time!!!) and walked away.

I went back to my car, removed the nozzle and drove out from the petrol station.

Minutes later, I realised that my petrol gauge only went slightly upwards instead of going all the way to the top.

Fking Banglasdehis must have keyed in only rm10 worth of petrol into the system instead of rm50!!!


My second payment from Nuffnang

w00t! My 2nd cheque from Nuffnang!

When I received my first Nuffnang cheque, I used it as down payment for my mother’s car. This time round, I am also spending it on a new car. As most people would say, it is not wise to spend too much money on a car. Unfortunately, I have no choice but to replace my car as its getting too old. People will soon know me as the lawyer who drives the noisy worn down Satria.

The sum of RM7K is actually quite small compared to juggernaut lifestyle bloggers like Kennysia, Nicolekiss, Cheesie, fourfeetnine, ShaolinTiger, KY and so on. These bloggers probably have made 5 to 6 digits from their blogs. is a small blog compared to theirs.

For the benefit of blogger who haven’t made their 5 digits and also non bloggers, advertorials are the most lucrative source of income for bloggers. One advertorial could range from few hundreds to few thousands.

However, writing advertorials is no easy task. It involves a lot of creativity in a short span of time. Usually, we are given less than a week to write an advertorial.

Getting a brief to write advertorial is not an easy task. Most of the time it depends on your traffic and sometimes, your rapport with the blog advertising agency or media agency.

On another note, income made from blog is taxable. I dread the time to pay tax this year.

Food Foundry @ Petaling Jaya

Ever since I tried the Mille Crepe at Licia’s birthday 2 weeks ago, I was craving it for since. A Mille Crepe is a French cake made of many layers of crepes. Each later of crepe is topped with cream.

So the makan team made a trip to Food Foundry to satisfy my craving. Getting to the place is no easy task. It’s located in a residential area. To get there, we had to pass through loads of houses until we reach a block of flats.

Food Foundry serves 3 types of crepes, vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. Immediately after getting a seat, we ordered their Vanilla Mille Crepe.

After attacking our Vanilla Mille crepe, we ordered the food foundry chicken chop and carbonara. I must say those dishes were forgettable and disappointing.

To rectify our disappointment, we ordered another Mille crepe. This time round, chocolate Mille crepe! The feeling of having cream and crepe melting in your mouth was orgasmic.

On another note, check out other types of Mille Crepe in the world!

Overall, I must say that their Mille crepes were commendable. However, their other dishes were not so good. It seems that from the other blogs I read, they all say the same thing. Looks like this place will serve as a dessert place for me.


BG-8 Happy Mansion,
Jalan 17/13, 46300
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-7955 3885
(Open from 10.30 am to 9 pm from Mondays to Fridays, Open from 9 am to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays.)

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Wong Poh Restaurant @ Aman Suria, PJ

This restaurant serves one of the best claypot cheese baked crab in town. I’ve been patronizing this restaurant twice this month for dinner. It shot my cholesterol level up to the sky.

This place is extremely popular during the weekends. You can gauge its popularity by the number of shops it occupies. It currently occupies 2 shoplots, one air conditioned. I wouldn’t recommend sitting in the air conditioned room because you will end up smelling of food after dinner.

Parking space is scarce but if you don’t mind walking, you can park at the park behind the restaurant. If you’re lucky, you may be able to double park in front of the restaurant.

This picture does no justice to the taste of the crab. Melted cheese oozes out whenever you crack the shell for the meat. If you mix mantau with their cheese, it’s heavenly!

Unfortunately, their claypot cheese baked crab doesn’t come in generous servings of melted cheese. Nevertheless, you may ask for additional sauce for you to dip your fried mantau, another yummy delicacy of this place. Each plate of mantau comes with 2 pieces of mantau. One plate is definitely not enough!

Yasmin Ahmad (1958-2009)- Part II

There had recently been a big hoohaa over an article by Utusan newspaper over an article about Yasmin Ahmad. Check out the PDF link below:

And for what? Circulation? Ok, they got to sell one extra copy today, but only because Walski needed to see exactly how insensitive these Utusan fucks can be. And what did the front page and page 2 say, exactly? Well, read it for yourself (in PDF).Walski69, myAsylum, Jul 2009

For the benefit of readers who doesn’t read Malay, the article basically claims that Yasmin Ahmad was a man.

It has been reported that the local media and Ad agencies had launched a one month boycott against Utusan and Kwong Wah (presumely who published a similar article). The boycott will start on 10 August 2009.

Related Link – Yasmin Ahmad (1958-2009)