Beef noodles@Yang Kee Restaurant, Sea Park PJ (opposite Shell station) image This stall has been reviewed by several prominent foodie bloggers already and since we were nearby this area, we’d gave it a try.

It is quite conveniently located. Corner chinese coffee shop. Visible from the main traffic light in Sea Park. There is a Shell petrol station right in front of it.


The noodles were topped with sticky minced beef. The minced meat were finely chopped until it almost resembled a paste. The beefy taste was quite strong even after the noodles were stirred evenly to coat them with the minced meat. The portion was quite small. Not enough for 1 hungry adult.



The noodles were accompanied by these 2 side dishes. The blue bowl consisted of the beef balls and some sliced beef. The portion was also small. There wasn’t anything in this dish that made it stood out from the rest of the beef noodle stalls out there.

The stewed beef however was quite good. Sligh hint of spiciness, thickened gravy, very tender beef chunks (an indication that the meat was cooked and placed in the pot over a long period of time). The portion too was small.

Total damage: RM 13.20. As all the portions were small and for kopitiam by the road side, I found it rather pricey. It may be a long while again before I revisit this place.


Brunch@Food Bazaar,Publika,Solaris Dutamas

After Sunday service, we all grabbed a quick bite before heading to IKEA – furniture shopping for our new church site. Publika’s really getting the crowd in, with weekend bazaars, exhibits and events. It’s quite nice how they also blocked off a section of the road within Publika for families, especially those living at the condo above, to do out-door cycling activities.

We spotted these 3 Caucasians, sweating away like suckling pigs, while shouting, smiling and promoting ‘Andy’s BBQ’. I was sorta’ impressed by the amount of effort they put in for a weekend bazaar type of selling. They brought their own BBQ grill set, grilling em’ beef and chicken patties away. Heck, they even had custom made doggie bags and serviettes.

A shredded spicy chicken patty burger, with a cuppa’ home made coleslaw, deep fried SWEET potato sticks and a chocolate cupcake… all for RM 9.90. Honestly speaking, everything tasted really delicious! Except the cupcake. Thumbs up for efforts and taste! On subsequent Sundays, I no longer see them tho’. Hmmm….

Super spicy nasi lemak ayam. Quite a huge serving alright. While the makcik was packing my nasi lemak, a chinese girl came over asking for a pack of meehoon and she asked for discount just because she ordered TWO packets. Sweats. I don’t think she would make much taking into consideration the rental, cost of ingredients, the amount of food she was selling on the table, and having two kids with her. Makcik was so generous that she really did give discount, and since I was standing there as well, she also gave me a RM 0.50 discount too, thus my nasi lemak cost RM 4.50. Cheap!