I was invited by Ivy to join in a food crawl session to try out the Kung Fu pan mee in Taman Sri Sentosa and then the beef brisket noodle in Taman OUG. The team of foodies for this breakfast food crawl consists of Ivy, WMW, Boolicious, CityGal, Nic, Serene, Rebecca, UnkaLeong, SC, Jason, James, and Tan Kiasu.
I don't really sure why it's call Kung Fu pan mee, maybe it's because they used hand to pull the dough into a long and flat pan mee.
The freshly grind chili and lime is a must have when eating pan mee. There's dry and soup version. I opted for the soup version so that the pan mee can be smoother than it is.
A large bowl will cost RM 6 and small will cost RM 5. We all ordered small because this is not the only meal we're going to have lol.
The pan mee is really very long. The condiments that goes with it is the usual fried ikan bilis, minced pork and potato leafs. The soup is of the clear type but with the saltiness coming from the condiments. The pan mee is really very smooth. If you like smooth pan mee then this is the pan mee for you.
Besides pan mee, we also ordered pandan chicken as a side. Yes, they don't only sells pan mee here. The pandan chicken is not too bad but not as good as the one I had in Restoran Ruby.
The pandan chicken is selling for RM 4.50 1 piece, RM 9.00 2 pieces and RM 12.00 3 pieces. When I pickup a piece with my chopsticks to take picture, someone noticed the dripping oil and asked me to hold so that some of them can take picture. This is what you get for eating session of food bloggers.
28, Jalan Seri Sentosa 9A/133,
Taman Sri Sentosa,
Bt. 6 1/2 Jalan Klang Lama,
58000 Kuala Lumpur.
Close on Monday.
Tel: 016-288 3911
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Next stop is OUG. With Ivy leading the entourage, we all drove to OUG. Finding parking took us a bit of time because there's morning market in OUG, and it's around 10 a.m. so most people already woke up. After finding parking, we group up and follow the trail to Restoran Yang Kee. It's the same row of shop as Steven Corner but further down.
When I reached there, some of them already placed their orders. I find that the beef noodle here is somewhat similar as the one near Jalan Tun H.S. Lee in KL.
I had noodle with stewed beef brisket instead. According to Ivy, the taste is not as good as she previously ate. I found it to be ok and not too special.
After finishing the beef noodle, WackyBecky brought a few of us to the butter marble cake stall that she crave about. It's just outside the restaurant where the famous pork noodle is selling. I bought a quarter of butter marble cake to be eaten later in the karaoke as me, WMW, Nic, James, Ivy and SC are going to sing. It cost me RM 7.50. Not a bad deal.
I also bought a piece of freshly prepared apom balik, and it tasted great. I'll give it a 4/5.
Everyone that ate the butter marble cake in the karaoke gave it a thumb up. It's really good, especially the texture with is firm and soft. The butter taste is quite strong too, which I like.
After singing our hearts out, we detour to Otak-otak Place, 1 Utama for tea. Serene, Nic and I purposely wait until 3 p.m. only to place our order to be able to get the tea time set promotion. I ordered the steamed otak-otak with toast and teh tarik.
My steamed otak-otak.
The steamed otak-otak here is really good. If I have more money, I would have ordered more lol.
That day was a busy day for me from the morning food crawl to karaoke to tea time. Later in the evening, I was at Tiger Nuffnang Standout party. That explain why I was too tire to go join the bloggers in Murni's.