Nine 9 Bowls Thai Boat Noodles @ Publika Shopping Gallery Kuala Lumpur

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 2 Comments A+ a-

We can find another restaurant offering Thai Authentic Boat Noodles here in Publika. Nine 9 Bowls Thai Boat Noodles has larger variety of noodles - 4 types of soup noodles (Traditional Pork Boat Noodle, TomYam Noodle, Beef Boat Noodle, and Pepper Pork Soup Noodle).

Each bowl is selling at RM 1.90 except for Peppery pork soup that is charge at RM 6. You can order as much as you can just for the fun of stacking the bowl and enjoy the excitement. 

Easily noticeable as I cross the road and just beside Coffee Stain

Simple and neat wood design tables with black and red chairs. Comfort dining environment with good service from the staff introducing what are the menu and come to your request immediately. Very convenient that they have indoor washroom as well especially when dine in with the kids.

Bright ambiance and this place looks inviting

The decor, boat filled with snacks, and painting that adorns the wall creates an atmosphere that bring us to the Thai streets cultural. .

Nine 9 Bowls restaurant is moving towards steamboat offering to customers by charging only RM 19 Per Pax . All the steamboat ingredients are marinated with sauce originally from Thai.

Moreover, We can also directly choose the big bowls of boat noodles at RM 9.80 instead of the serving of tiny bowls.

Drinks choices include Thai ice coffee, Thai ice tea and fresh Thai lemonade, Singha and Chang Thai beer too.

Boat Noodles condiments - Sugar, Chili Powder, Fish Sauce and my favourite Fried garlic

Soft drinks originally from Thai

 Pork Clear Tom Yam (RM1.90) - Savoury and flavourful clear tom yam soup. I like the spiciness level and the sourish taste. Served with pork balls, minced pork meat and parsley. The noodle portion is given more than other boat noodle restaurants.

Beef Boat Noodle is also another option (RM 1.90). Tasty glass noodle with beef balls that leaves a tangy mouth-watering taste behind.

Next we tried the Pork Boat Noodle (RM1.90) . Clear black pepper broth served with thin noodles. This is the traditional taste of boat noodle. Not too salty and strong aroma. Porky, rich, full of succulent flavor, and most of all, they are popular and fun to eat.

I Highly recommended!
I have not seen this before -  Kway Chap (Pepper Pork Soup) (RM6). The soup based is more peppery and used white pepper to blend the soup. It was spicy and packed with flavour. The most expensive among all, but you can look at the portion which is slightly bigger and the generous amount on the pork meat given. The pork is tender and succulent in every bite.
Adding on with two more tom yam and pork noodles. We finished up with 9 bowls exactly

Each bowl comes with a unique wording

Grilled Pork Neck (RM6) The pork neat is grilled to perfection and each pieces have the unique flavoring and taste. 
Grilled pork skewers RM 2 each -  Served with Addictive Chim Chau Sauce. It does looks like the Satay stick but with pork meat. The pork meat is juicy but slightly burnt at the side.

Crispy Pork Spring Rolls RM 4  

Mixture of minced pork, prawns, vegetables and glass noodle.
Cockles  RM 4 

Another great Thai chili sauce 
We really enjoy the Thai Boat Noodle here. Delicious, Quick, inexpensive and really a great boat noodle soup

Nine 9 Bowls Thai Boat Noodles
(Right beside Coffee Stain)

D4-G3-2, Publika, Solaris Dutamas,
No.1 Jalan Dutamas 1, Mont Kiara
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: 03-6211 3634

Operates daily from 11am to 9pm

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Paradise Dynasty @ Bangsar Village II

Saturday, May 16, 2015 0 Comments A+ a-

This is my first visit to Paradise Dynasty at Bangsar Village II Outlet with my family. I won two vouchers from the recent contest organized by OpenRice in Facebook page to try on their recent new Xiao Long Bao flavour which is our local fruit - DURIAN FLAVOUR

I tag along my kids to try the food here. Actually we purposely drive to Bangsar Village to redeem this voucher as the expiry date is just within two weeks time. I will ask the staff first what is the hidden terms and conditions before using the voucher. The staff is very prompt telling me I need to purchase one item first with any amount. Ok..that sounds good. I just order a simple bun for my kids.
We order the Steamed pork bun RM 6 - Taste good and the meat is juicy

Durian xiao long bao that is beautifully placed in the basket. It does have a balanced flavour and unique taste

My kids love it so much that I only able to eat one piece :)
The seats are comfortable here and the beautiful interior in this restaurant. But sadly Bangsar Village seems boring and lack of playarea for my kids..So we go back to our nearest Shopping Mall at KL Festival on our way home.

Paradise Dynasty @ Bangsar Village II

Lot 2F-17, Level 2

Bangsar Village II

Jalan Telawi 2,

59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.


Tel: 603-22017022

Operation hours – 11am – 10pm

Einstein Cafe @ Jalan Sultan Kuala Lumpur

Wednesday, May 13, 2015 0 Comments A+ a-

It's nice to discover a new place to chill out during our lunch hour. We took the Rapid KL bus to Kotaraya to hunt for this place called Einstein Cafe @ Jalan Sultan. There is a small signage and a red bright colour entrance door awaits you. We took a few snapshot before going up this mysterious staircase

Fusion Vegetarian menu 

The interior is quite unique with rustic walls and bright lights along with he wooden table settings. Quiet and relax dining environment

Asam fish Rice RM 9.90 - Served with slices of mock seaweed fish and lady fingers in assam sauce. Aromatic and cooked in superb sour spicy stock, and thick texture. The asam taste had impressed me a lot. Just like having a bowl of asam laksa spread with prawn paste.

Burger Fries Set - RM 9.90 - fish fillet with cheese, tomato, lettuce,  cucumber and accompanied by fries. The taste is below average.

Simple Chicken fried rice RM 7.80 - Fried rice with ginger and coriander

My colleague tried the Spicy Spaghetti RM 11.90

Nasi Lemak RM 7.80

Vegetarian nasi lemak comes with a light fluffy rice (cooked with coconut oil instead of santan) and served with additional side dishes of long beans, boiled egg, peanuts and papadam. I like the strong flavor from the sambal. Taste so good.

Four Season Pizza (RM14.80), which is topped with mock meat, capsicum, black olives, mushrooms and cheese. Crispy thin layer dough and fragrant.
Generosity on the cheese

We also ordered another cup of coffee and a slice of Japanese Cheese cake

We enjoy the food here with a very reasonable price.

Einstein Cafe

58, Jalan Sultan,
Kuala Lumpur.

(Same row Amo Cafe and The Front Door)

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