Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Breakfast goodies - Selera Malam 223

Once upon a time, long long time ago in the far far away land in Timbuktoo.
There lives a man who was studying very hard for his exams. He studied through the night to sit for a major exam the next morning.

Then again, study so hard also have to eat right? So yeah! Breakfast before heading to uni at Selera Malam 223.

What could be better than a pack of piping hot Nasi Lemak(said to be the best packet Nasi Lemak in PJ), coupled with 2 soft/half boiled eggs(known to be boiled to perfection, even cracked for you. saves the mess) and finally washed down with an awesome glass of Milo Ais KAU!


Piping hot Nasi Lemak for breakfast makes your day!

2 different packet of Nasi Lemak. Sweeter one on top, spicier one at the bottom. (RM1.20)

Eggs, soft boiled to perfection! (RM1.40)

Milo Ais KAU (RM1.80)

If you know any better Nasi Lemak around PJ and KL, please leave a comment!

Till then, enjoy your breakfasts! God bless!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

One Third? 1/3? NOT!

Inspired by THIS...

Back then, when it was USD150/barrel, it was RM2.70/litre to us.

Now that it is USD50/barrel, shouldn't it be RM0.90/litre?

What happened to the RM1.10? Wrong pockets, I hope not...

Hmmm... I blogged! Like what she would always say. I pray that I will get more readers than her through this. LOL!

You know we love you! =P

Thursday, November 20, 2008

SOULed OUT : A fantabulous dining experience!

A night at SOULed OUT, what an EXPERIENCE?!

Awesome food, intoxicating drinks, wonderful company and a cool ambience. What more can you ask for a perfect night out?

SOULed OUT who had just celebrated their 12th birthday not too long ago believes very much in customer satisfaction. Want to experience warm hospitality? This is the place to be.

Only recently, the restaurant has refreshed it menu to reflect a whole new, funkier look and feel, maintaining its eclectic range if signature favourites such as Summertime Salad, Fish and Chips, Carbonara, Fried Beef Noodles, Sang Har Mien and many more - while introducing several exciting items.

The revamped menu now includes 24 Western Dishes, 16 Asian, 11 Northern Indian savouries, 10 wood-fired thin crust pizzas, 27 bites and snacks and the list goes on. Together with 7 desserts, the entire menu offers no less than 95 delectable food items, all made with the freshest of ingredients of course.

Check these out! Salivate over them! Enjoy!

Salads and starter,

Sakura Denbu Salad - RM18
Sakura denbu, katsuoboshi, nori and dragonfruit on a bed of mixed leaves, drizzled with japanese style vinaigrette.

Mango Prawn Salad - RM 18
Succulent prawns, plump mangoes, creamy avocado cubes in a zesty dressing.

Caesar Salad - RM 16
Choice of roast beef (or chicken), on a bed of crispy romaine, croutons & egg.

Summertime Salad - RM 16
Grilled seafood, segmented oranges, alfalfa sprouts drizzled with homemade vinaigrette.

Deep Fried Calamari-RM 18
Crispy and crunchy squid rings in a secret batter recipe.

Wood-Fired Pizzas,

Beefed Out Pizza 8inch-RM 23 11inch-RM 28
Beef pepperoni, beef bacon, beef ribs….all beefed out!

Sake San 8inch-RM 25 11inch-RM 32
Salmon slivers, roe, cherry tomatoes, Japanese mayonnaise, lolorosso and a hint of wasabi.

Main courses,

From India with love and spices,

Gosht Colapuri-RM 14
Mutton cubes braised in black pepper, onions, fresh tomatoes and chilli.

Butter Chicken RM 22
Boneless chicken cooked in a creamy, tangy butter sauce.

From China with confusion and love,

Sang Har Mein RM 28
Wanton noodles with large fresh water prawns, deep fried and doused with egg gravy.

Spicy Square Fried Noodles RM 14
Bean sheet noodles fried with chicken, prawns and bean sprouts.

From across the globe with love,

Lamb Shank RM 33
Slow cooked to perfection. Surrounded by mashed potato and chunky vegetables.

Jerk Style Snapper RM 25
Spicy snapper fillet coated with jerk spices. Served with mixed sautéed greens, chips and Creole sauce.


Caramel Pannacotta RM 10
Italian style cream mousse infused with vanilla beans.

Rasrberry Pannacotta RM 10
Italian style cream mousse infused with vanilla beans.

Lava Cake RM 12
Warm moist chocolate cake in praline sauce and cashew nuts, topped with Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream.

Drinks and booze,

Souled Out Shooters S.O.S - RM 60
10 Margarita Test Tubes
Choice of flavours(max 2 flavours)

Soul Sensation - RM23
Combining Vodka, Triple sec, Jasmine syrup, brown sugar, Red chili, Fresh ginger and lime.

Lemon Lychee Martini - RM20
Vodka, Lychee liquer, fresh lemon juice, lychee syrup

Malibu Sunrise - RM 50
A Blend of Alsolut Vanilla, Malibu, Cointreau, Pineapple juice, Grenadine, Lime juice, Cranberry juice, Orange & lime slices

Azian, the man behind the intoxicating drinks.

All these happening at;

No. 20, Jalan 30/70A,
Desa Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Reservations : 03 2300 1955
General : 03 2300 1929
Fax : 03 2300 1989
Email :
Official website :
Functions : 6012-361 6522
Booze Cruiser : 6012-200 1955

Lastly, a big shout out to BBO for having all of us at this makan session. A big HOOHAA to Alice George Communications for making this makan trip possible. Finally, a big SCREAMMMM to SOULed OUT for the scrumptious meal and the warmest hospitality anyone can offer.


Till then, take care, God bless!

Also check out;

Andrew - What's the Menu?

Su Ling - I Sold My Soul To SOULed OUT

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


No jokes here okay. This is for real.

Get your @$$3$ down to Italiannies in One Utama on Friday, 21st November 2008 at 12.00pm to 2.00pm.

Oh yea, get some for me too! Thanks!


Here's a sneak preview of what's coming out soon . . .

Monday, November 10, 2008

Nuffnang.FM - Hillarious wicked shit inside!

It has been a week since I started working in Nuffnang. This is my 2nd week and it has been really exciting!

From supporting the helpdesk(the kinda questions people ask!? sigh...) to randomly reading blogs to building campaigns to events and many many more.

Most importantly, we work as a family here in Nuffnang.

Well, back to Nuffnang.FM, we all listen to the same music in the office. And we have DJ Tim manning the music. Lately, DJ Tim seems to me quite "jiwang"(as quoted by Robb). I wonder why. Anyway, these days, he keeps spinning the same tracks over and over again and according to Hopu Tan, DJ Tim is ** the song.

So today, the song was Mungkin Nanti my Peter Pan. Everyone was singing along to the song and by the 639575 time it was repeated, we could have even danced to that song. LOL!

So curious me wanted to know the whole song instead of just singing the chorus and behold, this is what I found;


Till then, take care, God bless!

*UPDATES - DJ Tim is at it again! Mungkin Nanti is being played for the 6839583th time in the last 2 hours.

Monday, November 03, 2008

The nicknames I have been getting

Nicknames? I guess it explains that you have some friends? Or maybe you are badly hated?

Alright, besides the flowery nicknames that is given to you, like fuck3r, chib4i, lanci4o, bast4rd, bi7ch, kukuji4o and what not. Those are from "good" friends! LOL!

What are the nicknames that you have had all along? I'm sure everyone does. I have quite a fair share of it too! Let's see what nicknames I collected all these while;

During high school days, my wonderful friends used to call me;

- Kok Tseng - not a nickname but my last names. Its weird actually. I'm not used to people calling me by that but by now, its pretty common.

- Fatty - That explains itself.

In college, my even more wonderful friends call me;

- Mashimaro - It was a promotion in McDees. They were selling Mashimaro soft toys and one of my friend thought that I looked like it? WTF! It has been with me till today as well.

- Fei Chai Kelv - The same culprit as the previous one came out with this. What wonderful friends I have?

- Fei H4i - KDU mates. It explains itself too!

From some random people,

- Mario - They said I looked like him? Hmm.. I permed my hair once, it looked a bit like mushroom I think? Cannot really remember.

- Monk - There was this period of time when I decided to shave my head. I was sitting down on a chair with my legs crossed, a wicked picture was taken and hence, the nickname MONK. This is what you get from HOLY church people!

That's all I can remember for now. Let me think for abit if there is more. In the mean time, laugh all you want! =)

Till then, take care, God bless!

Saturday, November 01, 2008

Enju Japanese Cuisine, Prince Hotel KL.

Firstly, a very big thank you to Sidney and Sunny of BigBoysOven in organising this makan, better known as a foodie session.

So yea, hurried through the hustle and bustle of KL city during peak after work hours, I found myself at Prince Hotel KL. I took LRT anyway. LOL! It would be madness to drive down to KL at that hour.

Anyway, a few of us met at the hotel lobby and proceeded to the 1st floor of the hotel and voila! Enju...


The brightly lit entrance that brings you to a world of wonders!

Tucked in a lil corner of the restaurant,

OK Let's talk food now. Sat down, chatted for awhile and food was served!

For appetizer, we had
Gindara Tamagoyaki - Alaskan Black Cod grilled with egg yolk and cream cheese (RM52)

This dish is a perfect starter. The fish was grilled to perfection, the egg yolk & cheese batter plus the sauce, they just stir up your taste buds for more!

Soon after, we had
Shirako Dofu Cod fish roe tofu topped with nori, bonito flakes, wasabi and light shoyu (RM28)

I believe this is hand made tofu, very very smooth in texture, literally melts in your mouth.

After appetizers, the main dishes arrived! Feast your eyes on these! Sorry if it made you hungry.
Crispy tempura salmon, mountain yam and nori roll with wasabi shoyu (RM28)

Its my 1st time tasting mountain yam aka Japanese yam. It tasted like raddish+sengkuang. Something of that nature. Its crunchy unlike the purple yam that we always have. I wouldnt mind more of it.

Then we had,
Papaya Bakingyaki - Baked Hawaiian papaya filled with seafood, cream cheese and mushrooms (RM34)

To me, this is a very unique dish. A blend of flavors in a fruit. *yummy*

Fugu Mirin Boshi Sweet Vinegar Grilled Puffer Fish (RM28)

Have you tried puffer fish? Yeap! The poisonous puffer fish. It is a delicacy in Japan. I can now safely say that I have eaten puffer fish and I am still alive! What it taste like? Frankly, it tastes like bak kua, dried meat that you usually eat during CNY. I dont mind trying Fugu Sashimi though.

California roll - starts from (RM25) (base on your selection of fillings)

Tempura Moriawase - Assorted fried seafood and vegetables (RM32)

Sushi Moriawase Take - 8 handmade sushi and 4 sushi rolls (RM125)
Sashimi Fuji - Assorted sashimi, 10 pieces (RM95)

This is a combo dish of sashimi and sushi in one. Generous cuts of fresh fish that melts in your mouth. What is Japanese without sushi and sashimi?

Unagi Kabayaki - Grilled eel with Chef's special una sauce (RM45)

Sukiyaki (beef RM65) (chicken RM45)

Japanese soup with meat and vege. Lotsa vege! I didnt quite like the sweetness of the soup though. But the vege and the meat was good. =)

And finally, its time for dessert!
Goma Ice Cream Rich Black Sesame Ice cream (RM20)

All in all it was a great night out, a great meal with an even greater bunch of people!
Teckiee, KY, Sidney(BBO), Hantu, Joshua & Sunny(BBO)

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