Sin Seng Nam Restaurant @ Lebuh Pasar Besar, Kuala Lumpur

[As of 28 February 2013, Sin Seng Nam is closed indefinitely]

Recently I’ve been eating at this coffee shop before going to court. It serves really great toasted bread with kaya (pandan paste) and butter and also yummy breakfast set!!

It’s also very popular among lawyers as it is located opposite the Malaysian Bar Council.

Other than their toast bread, their Hainanese chicken rice and pork chop are excellent.

The block of shophouses in which Sin Seng Nam Restaurant is located was built around 1906. In Sin Seng Nam Restaurant, pictures of the old Kuala Lumpur hang along the walls of Sing Seng Nam Restaurant. It’s an interesting sight.

Unfortunately…

Their service is sometimes quite terrible. I have, on couple of occasions, got screwed by the Indonesian waiters.

Me: Eh, Ada butter tak? (Do you have butter?)
Woman: Mengapa tadi tak cakap??? (Why didnt you ask for it just now?)
(walks off)

I thought she would come back with butter, but 10 mins later…no sign of my butter..fugger..

However, complaining to the boss would be of no use at all because the boss is worst than them…

Chuo Ming overheard a conversation between the boss and a Caucasian tourist.

Tourist: Hi..what does this say in the menu?
Boss: Read it yourself. I got no time to explain to you. If you dont like it, go to another restaurant.

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Related Links:
eatinout – Sin Seng Nam @ Leboh Pasar Besar
masak-masak – Hainanese Food @ Sin Seng Nam, Kuala Lumpur

So u wanna have fried chicken for dinner….

Remember when the bird flu swept through Asia and the government have to eliminate all the chicken? But, how come all the restaurant still serve chicken? Could the chicken be…

MOUSE!!!
You might say, “Cannot be, wah. The fried chicken looks like chicken and it taste like one too. Cannot be…”

Behold, The making of Fried Mousy that looks like chicken

Firstly, trap and catches a few mice. Shave off all their fur just like this

Secondly, washes them thoroughly, preferably with soap.

If you can, you should sterilise them as well

after all the washing and sterilising, they should look as white as a white radish.

Cut them up nicely

Marinate them and leave it for awhile.

Deep fry them when u think it is ready.

This is what it will look like when it is done…yum yum…so juicy

Beef Noodles @ Seri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur

Fan of Sin Yee Kee Seremban Beef Noodles but too lazy to drive to Seremban for a bowl of it? Travel no more!
I found a branch of Sin Yee Kee Beef Noodles @ Restaurant Lucky, Jalan Radin Anum 1, Bandar Baru Seri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur.

Priced @ RM4 for a small bowl and RM5 for a large bowl, you’ll first find it weird to have peanuts on your noodles. But once you have a taste of it..oOoOOooohhh…you will want more.

Dry Beef Noodles..
[Note: As at 2006, the stall is no longer there]
Related Links:
www.xes.cx – Yee Kee @ Seremban 1

FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD!

Last week @ Ming Tien food court.

ivN: I feel like eating ‘oh chian’ (fried omellete with oyster). Melhai order for me!!

Melvin: fuck you, order yourselff!!

ivN: pls pls plsss laa

Melvin: okok!!

Then the omellete came…

Everybody: Why is it so soggy??

Melvin: dont care la, eat only

Everybody pigs in.

*yum yum yum*

Ehh… Why are the oysters so bloated up?

*poke*

EUWW!!! IT’S GREEN INSIDE!!!

Me: *phew* thank god I didnt eat any oysters.

Sam: I had 2!!

ivN: I had 4!! SHIT!!!!