Ramly Burger is a famous Malaysian street food. Ramly is the brand name of the burger patty and well-established household name in Malaysia. You can find the stall with logo along the streets in Malaysia during night time. Many Malaysians will go for Ramli burger for supper.
SS15 street located at Subang Jaya has a mini truck which is easily noticeable. The reason being because you can see the people gathered in a circle around the truck waiting for their orders. We waited approximately 15-20 minutes time to get our order. True enough it is worth while to wait.
Mushroom Burger RM4.30.
The mushroom gravy was rich and flavorful. It has black pepper in it and I can still taste the sweetness of the mushroom that flows over the patty. The chicken patty is from Ramly burger tasted juicy and the combination was awesome. The sauce was overflown out after a bite and i licked the sauces on my fingers.
I am missing the taste and texture while blogging about it. How I wish I can have Ramly burger now!
The Burger Shop
SS15 (opposite MPSJ market, near Asia Cafe)
I was staying at Setia Alam area during my one week trip in KL. So, we had Yong Tau Foo in one of the lunch day. My friend recommended this restaurant for their famous yong tau foo. If you are not familiar with yong tau foo, it is an assorted vegetables, tofu and others filled with fish paste.The most important ingredient is the fish paste. The restaurant did well with it. No fishy flavour and it has a bouncy and springy texture.
We were given an order sheet to tick on the ingredients . The staff then processed based on the order sheet. We ordered few types for lunch and not forgetting the crispy deep fried bean curd. I love the crispiness and it is quite addictive.
We also ordered sambal petai with prawn.The prawns was fresh and of course the sambal tasted slight sweet with spiciness.
The serving time was quite fast within 10 minutes time. We had an enjoyable lunch with reasonable pricing. Thus, the place is filled with people during lunch hour.However, the serving and kitchen staffs are all foreigners except for the cashier counter by a local or most probably the owner of the restaurant. It seems that F&B services in Malaysia are mostly by foreigners now.
Restoran Yong Tau Foo Zen Zen
No. 15-1, Setia Avenue, Jalan Setia Prima,
SU 13/S Setia Alam, Shah Alam
Tel: 03-3358 2238
Miam Miam is a french-japanese fusion restaurant which is well-known with their french toasts, souffles and pancakes.There are outlets in Singapore as well but I didn’t get the chance to visit yet. Nevertheless, I visited their outlet in One Utama Shopping Mall, Kuala Lumpur with my bestie.
Nice and simple interior design with the combination of cosy sofas and dining tables for customers to choose.
Drinks that we ordered:-
On the right: Berries Soda RM13.80 which is a refreshing summer time drink with fresh berries and freshly picked mint leaves.
On the left: Peanut Butter & Banana Milkshake RM13.80. Creamy peanut butter and fresh banana, blended with milk.
Bestie recommended two main courses to share. First, Riz Au Curry RM26.80. Baked rice with homemade Japanese curry, chicken frankfurters, brocolli cheese and egg.Cheesy curry rice tasted fragrance and filling.
Next,Riz Squid-ink rice with assorted seafood RM28.80. Loving this as it is served with black rice and omu egg.
Overall dining experience was pleasant. The foods are served within 20 minutes time. However,I did not get to try desserts this time. Will definitely visit the outlet in Singapore to give it a try on the desserts.
Lot 146, G Floor
1 Utama Shopping Centre
48200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: +603-7731 8923
Operating Hours: Monday – Sunday 11:00AM – 22:00PM