Posts Tagged ‘seafood’

Today I had dinner at Sunway Pyramid with my colleagues. This is also the first time I managed to get my KUMA out for dinner. She wanted to try the Ajisen Ramen since she saw my post on my previous visit. After we have sat down, the rest of them, HL, DC and NAP went off for something else instead. So left me alone with KUMA. I can’t join them because KUMA wanted Ajisen Ramen so badly.

... Kuma's hot plate seafood ramen.

... Kuma's hot plate seafood ramen.


... I ordered the tomyam ramen because I wanted something salty and soupy. Unlike dried sweet stuff like Kuma's ramen.

... I ordered the tomyam ramen because I wanted something salty and soupy. Unlike dried sweet stuff like Kuma's ramen.

Rating: 6/10

I ordered the tomyam ramen because I wanted something salty and spicy while Kuma ordered the hot plate seafood ramen, which has sweet sauce in it. The ramen I had was quite nice, though not genuinely tomyam, but it is unlike the usual water with tomyam paste kind of soup.

Location: N3 04.363 E101 36.431

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My friend KCWK was out of prison, literally. The prison being the grip of his wife. So he came look for me for the whole day and went for photo shooting with his newly bought Panasonic LX3 camera. Before we part way, I recommended this place to him as it was just opposite my place, so he wouldn’t have to purposely drive me out for dinner and drive me back home.

... I've got no idea why does the word "Restaurant" placed before the name. It should've been placed after the name, unless it was spelt as "Restoran" as in Bahasa Melayu.

You’d find variety, if not thousands of choices on the menu. This place could have been in the lead of its kind when it comes to choices of food, ranging from Chinese to Western.

... a simply lemon barley. A tad sour, lacked of sugar.

... a simply lemon barley. A tad sour, lacked of sugar.

... I tried the prawn aglio olio this time.

... I tried the prawn aglio olio this time.

... KCWK has the seafood spaghetti.

... KCWK has the seafood spaghetti.

Rating: 6/10

Fortunately, the aglio olio linguine I have this time wasn’t too salty. The 4 prawns were big. Remind me of the 4 Heavenly King (四大天王). Unfortunately, the prawns weren’t fresh. It was considered cheap though, costing around RM15 or less, if I remembered correctly. My friend’s seafood spaghetti cost him RM20+ though. He was enjoying it very much and keep saying that he has to bring his wife here to eat.

I didn’t know a prisoner could move the whole prison to the place he desired to be.

Location: N3.11497 E101.58972