I don’t know what is so special about Nasi Kukus (Steamed Rice), but I kinda like it. Maybe because I’m a foodie so I eat anything *not literally anything*, as long as it is halal.
Yup, your holidays to Terengganu would not considered as complete without having their most famous local dish which is Keropok Lekor. It was like the Satay Ikan but this time they did not grill it, just deep-fried.
There was a say among the locals that when the raw Keropok Lekor was bringing outside the state, it will taste different rather then when you eat at the shop where you buy the Keropok. True or not, I’m not really sure, but somehow, the theory of the freshness of the food can be applied here. The Keropok Lekor was made from fish, so when you keep the food for a long time, it will probably not as fresh as the Keropok at the stall. And yeah, most of the stall that sold the raw Keropok Lekor will served you the cooked one also.
Okay, short post, continuation of my blog post regarding my trip to Kelantan and Terengganu. Before this I had blogged one of the restaurant that I visited during my trip to Kelantan and Terengganu, view here: Restaurant Seri Cerana & Chalet, Kelantan.
Oh btw, I forgot to mention in the previous post that this is my first time going to this two states, so I may not cover the best foodspot this time~I’m looking forward to come again and discover more interesting foodspot there.
Or in English, Yummy Seafoods @ Aroma Ikan Bakar Restaurant, Kuala Selangor, Selangor.
Yeah guys, finally have the time to update this blog. Okay this time I want to blog about one good Halal Seafood Restaurant in Selangor. Okay2, I know it was too overated for me to described this Restaurant as “Terbaik (The Best) di Selangor”. I believed there are more good Restaurant out there, but this restaurant did impress me not only with their food, but something else. I will tell more below~
or in English, Roti Segar Factory @ Manjong, Perak.
Okay, this time its not really a restaurant actually but its a bread factory which have a small restaurant inside it. The main food is the freshly baked bread and various pastries made by the brand named Roti Segar. So, you just imagine yourself sitting down peacefully in the restaurant, having a cup of tea with a freshly baked from oven bread, it was amazing isn’t it? And by the way, this restaurant also serve various “bubur” like “Bubur kacang hitam”, “Bubur Jagung” and etc. I really recommend the Bubur.
Actually this post is made after my trip to Teluk Batik, Perak. The restaurant is located just on the roadside of Ipoh-Lumut Highway. So when I was on the way back to Ipoh, I stop to the factory aka the restaurant. And I was intending to made a post about my trip to Teluk Batik, but maybe I was just not prepared yet to made this blog a travel blog. Maybe next time InsyaAllah.
My trip was a fun one, indeed. Among the good places that I go plus I was never get there before this, is the Malaysian Royal Naval Base Camp in Lumut, Perak. It was a fun trip, we had been brought to feel the life of the Navy on the warship and get to know how the warship looks like, the interior, function and so on.
Anyway, lets get straight to the point, maybe picture will do the better talk. Enjoy it after the break~ Continue reading
Yosh, coming back~ Sorry, quite busy lately and will be busy in future. Anyway I promise you to keep this blog updated as frequent as I can. Sorry for that and this time I have like 5 destination pending to be posted.
Anyway, straight to the point. This will be just a short update. Okay, before this I had review one stall at this place, you may refer here. For your information in this place it was also famous with Ais Kacang or we call it ABC (Air Batu Campur). There are many drink stall sell Ais Kacang here, but the stall I review this time is based on my friends suggestion and I loved it. Trust me there are plenty of them.
For the stall number I forgot already, will check and update it later. Let’s go for some food-toshot.