Small town of Gopeng, Perak is an old town where it is previously known for their tin mining industries. After the dawn of tin mining activities in Malaysia, it has become quite a ghost town. But recently, this town is brought back to life when the government of Perak started to promote this town for their adventure activities. A lot of foreigners and locals who likes some adventure will come here for some outdoors activities such as kayaking, hiking, abseiling, and many more.
This is from the last year Ramadhan (2011). Just thought that this is a good things to share as Ramadhan is coming back in a few days~ 🙂
And as always, during ramadhan, people will search for a good place for iftar, either with a family, or with friends or to organize an iftar with a orphan or any other ways that will brings pahala to them, InsyaAllah. And during this time also, most of the hotels in Malaysia will started to give an offer to have the Iftar at their place.
or in English, Sri Utara Sup Power Restaurant @ Section 3 Shah Alam.
Urgh, I’m sooo lazy to update my blog~huhu. Slap myself to remind the head that “Without an effort, you will not succeed” or in other words “No Pain, No Gain~”. Henniwei, this time, I want to blog about one famous Northern dishes, Soup. It’s just not a plain soup obviously, there are Chicken Soup (Not like the English style chicken soup, see the image later), Cow Meat Soup, Cow Stomach Soup and etc. Sorry if my translation of the menu are wrong, I literally translate them. Please comment for better translation~=)
Anyway, if you came to Shah Alam, the most famous Northern Soup will be the restaurant named Ani Sup Utara. That restaurant is quite expensive compared to this. So this is an alternative to that restaurant. Anyway, I will blog about that restaurant later.
Straight to the point as I intended this to be just a short and simple post, this is my verdict on this restaurant.
FOOD: It was amazingly delicious. Not only me liked it, but also my friends. The menu looks same like Restaurant Ani Sup Utara menu, but Ani Sup had more bigger menu. For example, they have Nasi Sup Set (you may choose different kind of soup per set) which also available in Ani Sup Utara restaurant.
Food I recommend: Nasi Ayam (Chicken Rice), Bihun Sup Ayam Goreng (Mee Hoon Soup with Fried Chicken) and Moi Ayam/Daging (Moi, Kedahrian’s food).
ENVIRONMENT: Erm, typical small stall in Malaysia. But I really think they should enlarge their shop. Sometimes during lunch time they don’t have enough place for the customer.
PRICE: Affordable, not too expensive. Reasonable for a student like me to go for lunch frequently~=P
Anyway, enjoy the picture after the break~Location map included below.
or in English, Chinese Muslim Restaurant Al-Munawarah @ Seksyen 9, Shah Alam, Selangor.
Ok, just so if you want to know, I love Chinese food so much. They are great. But unfortunately, most of the food served by the Chinese was not Halal. So I had to find other alternative. Instead of going to Chinese restaurant, I go to any Malay restaurant that serve Chinese food.
But this restaurant is a unique one. It was run by the Chinese family that had converted to Islam, Alhamdulillah. We called them a Mualaf. So, I think, wow, that’s cool, maybe I can try some “real” Chinese food without need to worrying of the Halal or Haram of the food.
Anyway, before this, I had reviewed one Chinese food restaurant that served Dim Sum (a popular Chinese food). You may refer the post here.
However, I’m sorry I can’t remember the name of the food post here, I go to this restaurant quite a long time ago, so forget already. huhu~Anyway, just enjoy the Foodtoshoot. Continue reading
Okay, this Restaurant is also known as Nasi Ayam Bazar Bulat 1980. Its actually located in the former Bazar Bulat (or the real name is Yau Tet Shin Round Bazaar) which is located in Ipoh, Perak. But, sadly it had been demolished in 2002. These are several image of Bazar Bulat I manage to get from internet.