Sunday, December 14, 2008

bon yumyum: fong lye / theobrama chocolate lounge / daorea korean bbq

Brought the parental units for some almost-instant Cina food at Fong Lye's. Miss YinYin first took me there early in the year. I kind of forgot that place existed until Dddy told me to suggest a place to eat in MidValley Gardens. Figured they couldn't really tolerate non-Chinese food and *PING* Fong Lye was the answer to our dining woes.

Never knew Fong Lye was a Taiwanese place 'cos it sounds so Canton, non?

You can have tea-for-2 in their quintessentially Chinese teacups. So cute..

I had the seafood steamboat set. Damn taii man.. You get seafood + soup + fried veg/chicken dish + side dishes + rice with minced meat.

Parentals opt for black chicken dish + soup + minced meat rice + side dishes. Also very very taiii. PLC (Peng Leng Cheng) alert!! I always order the sweet potato balls. Reminds me of Indon.


One thing 'bout human beings... at any place where there's some kinda bowl or water container (fountain, perigi, pool) confirm some ding-dong (*ahem* like myself sometimes) will throw in a coin or 2. It's like instant kachingko makers!! I am going to put a bowl of water at my room entrance and get rich!!

Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant
Lot T208, 3rd Floor
The Gardens
Mid Valley City
Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03- 2282 8699

Ayo tis place is Sin City Cafe. A minute on my lips and eons on my hips. Oh the misery of momentary glee! Everyone can't take the rich, thick, overwhelming explosion on the palate but I thrive in experiences like these. Everyone else coughed and sputtered at the creamy texture but I smacked my lips in joy.

I only order my hot chocolate like this. No candle no kick!

Watching myself savour the splendour slowly is sending my salivary glands on production overdrive. Yes, I'm very visual a person.

I'm such a messy eater and my Vuitton Speedy really paid a price for it. I dripped a good amount of cacao on the zipper amidst my gelojoh antics and now I don't know how to get the stain off. Please help!

Theobroma Chocolate Lounge
Lot FK3, First Floor
1 Utama Shopping Centre
Petaling Jaya
Tel : 03 - 7725 0623

My urban kin and I met up for dinner one day. We went for Korean.

Love 'em dangling pipes.

I always prefer to sit in the hole. Makes me feel like I'm grilling pork in Cheju island :)

Complimentory condiments makes it so taiii (worth it). I'm all about taiii nowadays.

Can't have Korean without the spicy soup.

Their meats are tender and juicy. I was never a big Korean BBQ fan but I'm a convert now.

Miss ChongChong just had to order a bottle of soju on the week I go on detox. I resisted well but pancit nonetheless. I've never had soju before.. only seen it on Korean soap operas. All I know about it is them Koreans make this throaty "khhhh" after downing a shot which makes it look scary. But how come when I drank it I don't feel the urge to go "khhh.."??

Do you "khhh.." when you drink soju??

No.9, 1st Floor, Plaza Crystal Ville Center
Jalan 23/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03-6203-2616

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