Friday, December 23, 2011

Restoran Kak Kak (Dim Sum / Taman Maju Jaya / Beside Plaza Pelangi)

Hot on the heels of Restoran Gui Yuan and Restoran Tasixi, is another dim sum outlet, Restoran Kak Kak. Like Gui Yuan, you must be there early before they sold out by noon. It is beside Restoran Yi Bao which serves the best Mee Hoon Kueh in town. 

Restoran Kak Kak, in my opinion serves better dim sum and more variety than Gui Yuan and is very much nearer to the CIQ, a good eatery for the non adventurous to have JB dim sum. Of course, if you are the atas type, do try the Halal buffet dim sum at Puteri Pacific Hotel instead.  Without further adieu, picture speaks a thousand words, have fun salivating over the dim sum...

Address: 9 Jalan Maju 
(Just outside the Pelangi Plaza near the taxi stand)
Timing : 6 to 11 am will be ideal.
Pricing : 50 RM for all of below.

Ordered 4 bowls.

Ordered 4.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Restoran Hong Kong Boy (Taman Johor Jaya)

Restoran Hong Kong Boy, I have heard so much about it from johor food forums. I decided to wander into the "official local food court" of Taman Johor Jaya. Boy, am I not disappointed! Restoran Hong Kong Boy serves mainly the local community of Taman Johor Jaya, away from the commercialised areas serving Singaporeans like Taman Sentosa. In fact, I am hesitant to recommend Taman Johor Jaya and Hong Kong Boy as I "selfishly" wanted to keep the knowledge of such a wonderful place away from most Singaporeans... (Just Joking). 

If you really want to try authentic local style of street food like Hokkien Mee, Fried Char Kway Teow (where almost everyone go to HK Boy for), Prawn Mee,  Duck Rice, Grilled Stringray, Rojak, it is the place to be.

I do strongly recommend HK Boy if you are visiting Jusco Tebrau City. In fact, do drop by for dinner and supper if you are gamed enough, that is when more stalls are opened. They will corner off one street just for dinner and supper enthusiasts. However, if you are an "Atas wannabe", do not bother visiting HK Boy.

Opening Hours: Opens till 0030hrs on weekdays. Weekends around 0200hrs

Rm 7, crunchy and fried to perfection.
Rm 4, Delicious Thai Fried Rice fried by a Thai
Rm 4, Claypot Style.
Noodles are tender and tasty.
Rm 4. Noodle base is just right.
Tomyan Styled.

Rm 5.50. Extra Serving,
Extra Everything.
Spicy yet delicious.
Authentic and worth a try!
For Atas wannabes, even JB Ferraris
owners are around for good food.
Beat that.