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Tangkak Beef Noodles, Kuala Lumpur

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It’s been quite a while since I’m back from Malaysia but I still didn’t share all there was to share. This is another haven for lovers of beef soup in Kuala Lumpur. A friend who knows my addiction for all that is food or wine brought me there on a quiet afternoon. The place wasn’t busy at all and had really no appeal on its own except maybe that you don’t have to eat on the street (well, I don’t mind). But the food is really convincing. You get a nice clear and rich beef broth with the noodles of your choice and topping of choice. My own bowl was topped with juicy and tender slices of beef tenderloin – what more you need to be happy?
This shop is apparently quite new and an outlet of an already very successful beef noodle brand. It is located on Jalan Imbi in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. Here’s a report on it in The Star.

Tangkak Beef Noodles
Jalan Imbi N° 133,
55100 Kuala Lumpur

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Wan Tan Mee Uncle in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

Wan Tan Mee Uncle (in Asia, any elder person might be called uncle) and known for making some of the best available Chinese Noodles on the streets of Malaysia.

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Tacos at Tortilleria Los Hermanos in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Touchdown in NY! Finally… after 2 years of abstention. You can’t imagine how many cravings have accumulated during that time… Well, maybe you can.

But this visit was ought to be slightly different than previous times since I actually didn’t stay in Manhattan but in Bushwick, the up and coming neighbourhood of Brooklyn. And no, don’t worry, I didn’t abstain on the merits of Manhattan dining (in fact I had a few nice meals there awaiting me), but Bushwick is a florishing hood with more and more “culinarities” to discover and if Read the rest of this entry »

More impressions from Kuala Lumpur

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Dawn over KL
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Breakfast: Roti Pisang (sort of a crepe with banana) Read the rest of this entry »

More Impressions from Bali

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Crowd worshipping the sun at Ku De Ta, Seminyaks hotspot lounge at the beach
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Dawn over a rice field – time to go to the market Read the rest of this entry »

Kampung Baru within KL – a Good Place for Nasi Kerabu and other Malaysian delicacies

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Kampung is the Malaysian word for village and is often used for referring to the lifestyle outside the big metropolis Kuala Lumpur. Read the rest of this entry »

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