Photo Diary: Food Tripping

What is visiting Kuala Lumpur without going for a food trip. And where is the best place for that? None other than the very famous Jalan Alor! Though anywhere in KL is really a heaven for food tripping, but Jalan Alor for me ranks the 1st.

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Good thing the place where we stayed in is just a five cartwheels away. So, after a very tiring day we head down to Jalan Alor for our dinner and drinks. I have compiled all the food we ate during our stay in KL, not in the photos are Mee Goring which by the way I finished within 3 minutes, I was too hungry plus its really yum. Egg Prata which the husband had for every breakfast (3 days). According to him, egg prata in KL tastes different from what we get here in SG, which I couldn’t agree more. And oh, finally I got the chance to try their Roti Canai, (Plain Prata here). The look is the same from plain prata but the taste is really different, maybe the way they knead the dough? Not sure.

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And lastly, what is visiting KL without dropping at Petronas Tower! As I’ve mentioned in my previous post, its my third time visiting the city, but I always see to it that I have a spare time to drop by to this gorgeous beauty.

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Our Experience to the Khmer Food

The moment the husband and I set our foot in Siem Reap his first question was, “so what to eat and where to eat now?”. E, prefers Vegetarian food, he considers himself a fake vegetarian ๐Ÿ™‚ย because he still eat egg and mushroom. I, on the other hand is practicing Pescan diet, so its not really hard for me to find a place to eat when we travel. I admit, it was my bad as I didn’t really research well for vegetarian places in Siem Reap, I was actually hoping that its very easy to spot one. ๐Ÿ™‚

Luckily, some of the restaurants serves vegetable dishes, though its not really pure vegetarian as they also include fish sauce to their ingredients. ๐Ÿ™‚ I can’t really call E a vegetarian, because again, he still eats egg, hehehe, so problem solved. We will just order a vegetable dish for him.

Below are the food we had during our 2 days stay in Siem Reap. We had our breakfast at the hotel, just the basic one, egg, bread and coffee.

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Four our lunch, he had this Khmer mixed vegetable in a coconut milk, too bad I forgot what is the name of this dish. It was so good that he emptied the bowl.

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We also ordered this button mushroom in oyster sauce, though nothing is special on this dish, but we were able to finish this as well.

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As for me, I had this sour fish soup. Its similar to Thai’s tom yum soup less spicy. I find this really yummy that I finished all the fish and the soup, too bad i didn’t finish the veggies.

For our dinner, E and I head out from the hotel and decided to join some of the tourists, where else? Of course to Night Market and Pub Street! ๐Ÿ™‚

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The husband decided not to eat dinner as he was still full from eating 2 fresh coconut. ๐Ÿ™‚ ย So I decided to order vegetarian spring rolls with peanut sauce for him, in case he feels like eating while watching me. ๐Ÿ™‚ย Its strange though, but every time I see spring rolls in the menu, either fresh or fried, I always had this urge to order them.

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I had obsession with soup ๐Ÿ™‚ so for dinner I ordered this hot pot fish and vegetable soup.

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Too bad, on our second day lunch I didn’t took photos. ;(

For dinner, we went back to Night Market and the stars are in our favour, we saw Chamkar Vegetarian Restaurant! Finally, a vegetarian restaurant, wohoo!

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Forย starters we had this bread, vegetable and fruit plater with eggplant and avocado dip.

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I ordered stir fried Glass Noodles in coconut milk and curry sauce with vegetables and fried tofu. I find it salty though, but more or less its yum, plus its organic, who am I to complain. ๐Ÿ™‚

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E ordered this mixed vegetable soup, that again I forgot the name. haaayyy… According to him, this dish is also yum

Overall, we enjoyed the Khmer food, its new to our tastebuds. I’m hoping one of these days I’ll will come across a good Khmer food here in Singapore.

My Love for Korean Food

Two months back, my officemate who is a vegetarian asked me when will I transition to a full time vegetarian? She knows I have been a Pescatarian for almost 8 months. However, most of the time, I ate vegetarian dishes. So I told her, I will go full time vegetarian if you could find me a good Korean and Japanese vegetarian restaurants. ๐Ÿ™‚ For now, I’ll just stick to my Pescatarian diet (seafoods and vegetable).

Right now, I could still eat korean food, since they have seafoods. Oh, how i love their spicy ramen noodles.:) You see my love for korean drama has extended to their food. ๐Ÿ™‚

If you could recommend a good Korean or Japanese Vegetarian place here in Singapore, please don’t hesitate to drop me a note. ๐Ÿ™‚

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In a Relationship with Dosa

Society of Eating Disorder goes on our first stop for this month, and itsย Dosa Plaza. From the name itself you know what they are selling. ๐Ÿ™‚ If you leave nearby Katong, or you are craving for a good Dosa, please do yourself a favour and visit this place. I am not really a fan of Dosas but when I tried theirs, I immediately fell in love with Dosas and I am not ashamed to say, I am in A Relationship with them. ๐Ÿ™‚

 

Dosa Plaza is located in:ย No.253, Tanjong Katong Road, Beng Tong Mansion, Singapore – 437041. You may call them @ +65-67455145 for your reservations.

Excuse the not so appetising images, I was in a hurry to stuff my face with Dosa. Next time I’ll get a proper photos of my food. ๐Ÿ™‚

Please don’t be offended of what I have named our little group, its just an inside joke between me, the hubster and our friend K.