Jun 16

Pun Chun have always been a famous restaurant for travelers to stop and have a fantastic meals of duck drumstick noodles, wan tan mee, yam puff etc. in the small crosstown of Bidor in Perak. Recently, Pun Chun had opened up a branch in Kota Kemuning in Shah Alam known as the Pun Chun Noodles House.

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Just like the original place in Bidor, they sell the famous chicken biscuits “kai chai peng” and all sort of biscuits here too.

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I ordered the duck drumstick noodles (RM6.50 – small) and their weekend special which is curry noodles (RM4.50). They also have a variety of wan tan mee, wan tan, etc. I forgot to check if they have the same yummy yam puff here as well.

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Anyhow, the drum drumstick noodles is ok but somehow the taste of the soup and the duck still doesn’t taste as good as the one in Bidor but still good :). The curry noodles is alright, not fantastic but still yummy. But one thing, the tea is not really good but overall, ok place to go and you can see the crowd is pouring in ;).

GPS: N3 00.361 E101 32.126


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Apr 27
Kota Kemuning – Thai Style Fried Rice
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Whenever I feel like having fried rice with something crunchy to go with it, I would like visit NST Coffeeshop in Kota Kemuning and order the Thai style Fried Rice from the “tai chow” stall there. It’s fried in spicy and sour flavour with pineapples and chili padi. It is then topped with tiny pieces of fried meat covered with batter. It cost RM4.00 per plate for 1 person.

GPS: N3 00.275 E101 32.266

Dec 31

This is a new place KC decided to try yesterday as I joined him and family for dinner. I decided to blog about this place because I find the food to be good and value for money, but expect long wait.

Its known as Restoran Ah Yeh Village Chef but owned by Restoran Po Lao Heong… not sure which is which but doesn’t matter, the food here are good. I ordered a lai yau kum fung fish (buttered fried talapia) just like what I had at Tapah recently to compare. Their version here is better with more sauce, fish are crisped with a yummy sauce to go with it, especially because they have added small dried shrimps to it.

The lady whom took the order recommended their satay yau yi (cuttlefish) which are just like the normal cuttlefish kang kung we are used to. The different thing about the one they serve here are the sauce, which I was told is being prepared by boiling potato then blending it to make the sauce. The sauce is peanuty and a nice sour taste from lime I supposed. Is really appetizing and different from the norm, high recommended.

The rest are vegetables and a tofu which is normal. Total bill came to RM54.00, not bad at all! No wonder the wait is so long as it is fully occupied!

GPS – N3 00.381 E101 32.097

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