Sunday, September 16, 2012


Once upon a time it was my main transportation to campus. But now it had reaching its own retirement period. The investor (my father) then restored the machine by help from our engineer Mr Zul.



Low Porch High 


Friday, September 14, 2012

Do you like crab noodle?

** All the pictures was taken with Canon compact camera (not DSLR)** 

Our previous post was about Yazid Supersized Burger. We found "Mee Kari Ketam Kuala Lumpur" after we went to Yazid Supersized Burger, the premis situated at upper level from Yazid burger. It was situated at Seksyen 7 Shah Alam (the name "Kuala Lumpur" seem bit misleading to some peoples who will think that the premise at Kuala Lumpur) but at that time we don't have any appetite to try the noodle because we already feel "full".

Again, we went there using GPS direction, at coordinate 3.07631N , 101.476187E. We arrived about 8:30 p.m and there was lot of customers enjoying their foods.


The workers seem committed and helpful if you ask them about the unfamiliar crabs type. They have two types of crabs, which they call "normal" crab and "mud crab" or in malay we call "ketam nipah". According to them the mud crab have more flesh compared to "normal" crab.

Happily working

If you in doubt whether mud crab halal or not for muslim, this website could be helpful: Click Here

 The menu

The menu

We ordered curry crab noodles:


  Curry crab noodle

The premise also had been featured in "Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan "show. The recognition:


We happily try the new menu but our daughter much more interested with ipad.

Much more attracted to ipad

Monday, September 3, 2012

Supersized Burger

If you already watched or accidentally watched Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan shows, you could be watched the Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan team visit to Supersized Yazid Burger. Situated at Jalan Tungsten, Shah Alam, Selangor, this place already known to some peoples especially the food lovers and food testers :) Yes.. as the name “supersized”, the burgers really big. For ours, we just try the 1kg burger and we have to “tapau”/take away about quarter of the burger home. The patties (the meat part) are really big and thick. In my opinion some people might say that the patties could make them “bored” after eating for quite some times, because some people just cannot take “too much”. As analogy, some peoples say that rib part of KFC chickens are more “boring” compared to wings and drumsticks. I hope you don’t get me wrong for what I mean by “bored”. From my taste bud, I can say that the patties are from good and pure beef, as it’s feel “heavier” to beef side..

The stall:

 Here we are..

 The “menus”… varieties of burgers:

The "menu"

The burger:


The man in the picture could be Mr Yazid (or someone in “higher rank” there as he had appeared in the Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan shows).

The "director"..Perhaps

The foodcourt following sharing concept, what I mean is in that area there are not just yazid Burger but also other food sellers such as Arabic rice/food, fried food stalls, noodle stalls and drinks stalls and not to forget cake stalls and cellphone/gadget stalls ( I don’t know how the cellphones/gadgets stall managed to “escape” there…)

Enjoying the foods

I hope next time I can try Mee Rachun (poisonous noodle) as I saw that it seem delicious, but at that time I don’t have courage to try because I already feel “heavy”.

Poisonous noodles ?

There is also another unique food sellers there which you can try:

Another venues You can try :)

 I went there purely using GPS. If you want the coordinates, here it is: 3.07631N , 101.476187E

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Eid'ul Fitri 2012

Some pic i have taken during Eid'ul Fitri 2012.

Ledakkan roket

That were rockets we launched, just small rocket but emitted loudly sound.

Anak bulan 3 syawal 2012

That was moon on 3rd day of syawal.. Just captured the moment using bare hand which resulted blurry image.Should properly using tripod and long exposures the pic could be improve in quality.

Taman permainan kami

Taken at Port Dickson near group of stalls selling foods. That was nearby seller' kids. They happily playing at the curb nearby the sea.


The waves seem more harsh and strong. Perhaps the weather at nearby places are not so good which affect the waves amplitude. But luckily it's not tsunami.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Kuching, thanks for the great memories there :)


The duty at General Hospital Kuching,Sarawak brought me there. First time arrived at Sarawak make me feel like I'm too far from Semenanjung :P We were greeted by rainy day. But thanks to Allah that it didn't stop us from exploring the exciting world of Bumi Kenyalang.

  Rainy in Kuching

What is famous in Sarawak? Of course you already know the answer, that is Kek lapis (layered cake) sarawak. In order to get to the kek lapis stalls, we have to cross the sarawak river because our hotel was at the opposite side of the stalls. Sarawak river in the late evening:

Beside sarawak river

And yes, we have to go there by boat (sampan).


Our home

The residents also using the river for their favourite pastime activities:

  Come fight us !

The jetty:

  The "Terminal"

Phew.. Finally we got to the another side of the river and the kek lapis chasing activities started...

  Kek lapis again

The kek lapis sellers were are generous, they put cutted kek lapis as samples for the customers to try and you can tasted it for unlimited cycles :p

  Kek lapis samples

Kek Lapis

Then we have our seafood dinner at the nearest foodcourt and seem the price was really reasonable (cheaper compared to Bangi and Kuala Lumpur).

  Dinner in kuching

I can't remember what is the name of the food (below), it have oyster in it and it's really delicious.

  Oyster ...

Sarawak also host varieties of unique foods which cannot or rarely seen at semenanjung Malaysia. I'm very lucky being accompanied by the sarawakian and her families there, without their help I cannot reached all the varieties of sarawak foods. Below is mee kolok (kolok noodles). I'm rated mee kolok as the most delicious of all other foods there because I'm the fan of noodle products. Mee kolok is somehow like instant fried noodle but mee kolok not using MSG and using onion oil which giving the noodle unique aroma's and taste...

  Mee kolok

I'm also tried suntong tutok. I perhaps being greedy to bought the biggest suntong tutok but my friend advised me not to bought the largest one. After that I know why they advised me, that is because it's take time to chew the cuttlefish ! Wow.. If your mouth didn't have good engine, please don't try to eat this suntong tutok in hurry or you will get mumps (benguk)...hehe.

  Suntong Tutok

I'm also trying Lok-lok (below). Yes.. it have similarities to Yong Tau Foo.. but dont get it wrong.. the taste is different. Lok-lok good to eat at leisure time and eat just to kill the time. I love this food and believe if you are an entrepreneur at heart, you can try to copy this recipe to Semenanjung and sell it there. 90% I believe that you will get good customer volumes.


Yet another unique foods is mee jawa (below). What's make it's different is the mee jawa have satay and the taste are naturally "sweet".

  Unique mee jawa

Seem the mee jawa customers was enjoying the moment.

  Satisfy their hunger

Apart from enjoying the foods, we also went out to saw some sceneries and places in sarawak. We went to blue lake. According to En Hamid the blue lake once was a gold mining area. It was tightly secured by the police and armies. But now the place are open to public because all the gold there already harvested :). The lake seem blue and that's how the lake get it names.

  Blue lake

Can you see the warning below, saying that the lake contain lot of arsenic, some sort of heavy metal. You are advised not to eat fish there... :)

  Blue lake high arsenic

We also go to somewhere near the border of Indonesia. I really can't remember the name of that place. But that place are known because it have some sort of night market style and they sold varieties of cheap and unique items. We buy lovely children mat for just about under RM20 which at semenanjung it was reported that some customers bought the same item for about RM 40 - RM 80. But at that day I'm not so lucky because I'm arriving one day more early and they didn't started business yet. Seem that the stalls was empty...

  Not yet started

But we managed to surveyed 2 shops there which still opened at the time we arrived. We also go the the wet market which sell the famous terubok salt fish. The fish was relatively cheaper compared to semenanjung.

  Terubok masin

It was also another unique foods in Kuching but I don't have time to publish the pictures here because it was captured using my smartphone. Beverages such as Lock Ann air batu campur (ABC) and White Lady was so nice and refreshing. I love their ABC because it's quite different from Semenanjung ABC.

Not to forget was the city of Kuching itself. The city incorporates of unique blends between Malaysian customs and colonialism customs. The buildings was old and new blends.

  Like an old town

From side

Upper view

Special thank you to Mrs Selina and her family namely Mr Hamid and his wife including Nanie and her family which giving us good accompany and shelter. We remember your kindness.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Mak Jah Mee Udang (Prawn Mee)


Ha.. for Malaysian, I don't think I need to clarify why Mak Jah Prawn Mee was my favourite. U can google yourself and will find lot of blogs and commentaries on Mak Jah Prawn Mee popularity.

Oh.. the prawn was big...yummy

big prawn

The "debris" :)


Side view of Mak Jah Prawn Mee stall

side view