Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh 有记瓦煲肉骨茶 @ SS14, Subang Jaya

Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh 有记瓦煲肉骨茶 @ SS14, Subang Jaya

Came to this Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh which is recommended by my friend who stays nearby. Judging from the crowd inside the restaurant, it should not be wrong that Yu Kee is quite popular with its bak kut teh.

The menu and price list are printed on the whiteboard on the wall. Other than bak kut teh (at RM12.50 per pax), they also serve pig stomach soup at RM13.00, vinegar pork knuckles, rice wine chicken, pickled vegetables and etc.

The traditional bak kut teh with soup. The soup is not as thick as the Klang version, but very rich with herbal taste. The beancurd skin is not the crispy type as we normally prefer, it is soft and fully absorbed with the soup.

The evolved dried version, the gravy of which is very sticky and super good to pair with rice. 

A portion of green to balance the nutrient and to slightly reduce the guilt of having a heavy meaty meal.

The price is slightly of the upper side and I heard that it has been further increased recently. Anyway, the foods here are not bad and definitely worth trying once in a while.

Address : Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh 有记瓦煲肉骨茶
54A, Jalan SS14/2,
47500 Subang Jaya
GPS : N 3 04.362 E 101 35.423

Tel: 017 226 3226 / 012-354 6864
Business Hour : Tue – Sun 8am – 11pm (Closed on Mon)

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Bob's Kitchen @ Danga Utama Commercial Center, Skudai, Johor Baru

Bob's Kitchen @ Danga Utama Commercial Center, Skudai, Johor Baru

Spotted the new concept of American ala-carte buffet near Sutera Mall from Facebook and gotten a chance to visit it on a random Saturday without making reservation. The bright red outer wall with the floor to ceiling glass window is very significant and American stylish.

Although we found the deal quite worthy, it was surprisingly not too many patrons slightly after the lunch hour. 

"Bob’s Kitchen is an American themed restaurant and sports bar that caters to families and the working crowd. To whet your appetite, gorge on Buffalo wings, burgers, ribs and steaks. All-American Restaurant and Sports Bar with its hearty menu of Tex-Mex favourites that will satisfy even the most voracious appetite! It’s a dining experience that will blaze across town as truly one of the best." 
(Quoted from Bob's Kitchen official website @

The restaurant is with mezzanine floor at the rear part, hence we are very impressed with the high ceiling which adds to the overall ambiance. The warm lighting has been specially designed to add to the atmospheric mood. Sports memorabilia, interesting decorative items and rich woods adorn the interior walls, where each one can be a conversational piece.

The dining area is very spacious and each dining table is distant from the other, enable every patron to enjoy the meal comfortably.  

Wild Mushroom Soup
With only RM35++ per person, we were able to have full course meal from starter to dessert. We started our meal with mushroom soup.
Chicken Caesar Salad
And followed by chicken Caesar Salad. In fact, there are few other choices of salad and the patron can definitely find their favourite.


Bob's kitchen also wide variety of finger food, which are good to go with beer. 

Cheese Nachos

BBQ Wings

Buffalo Wings

We were pampered with choices of main course, ranging from pasta, sandwiches, burgers and pizzas to chicken chop and steak.
Prawn & Bacon Aglio Olio

Sailorman Pizza

Fish & Chip

The selection of desserts were not too many, but sufficient to satisfy our craving for sweet stuff.
Creme Brulee

Chocolate Volcano
Even though the restaurant is of buffet concept, they do not compromise the quality of the food at all.
ALL YOU CAN EAT executive buffet lunch with RM35++ per pax. It is very affordable price to have hearty meal.

Address : Bob's Kitchen
No.50, Jalan Pertama 1, Danga Utama Commercial Center, 
81300, Skudai. Johor Bahru.
GPS : N 1 31.231  E 103 40.760

Bussiness Hours : Mon -Sun  11.30am-1.00am
Tel: 07–5500400  / Email:

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Japan Street @ Johor Baru City Square, JB

Japan Street @ Johor Baru City Square, JB

City Square has been putting in effort to enhance the variety of food within the mall. The rooftop dining area at level 6 of the mall has definitely created new dining experience to the patrons. Other than the food court for local delights, City Square has recently brought in Japanese element into the rooftop dining area. The Japanese Street is located right next to the food court.  

Applying the concept from the food court, patrons who would like to dine in in the Japanese Street have to first purchase a cash card and top up with the amount sufficient for their meals. Then, go to your desired stall and start ordering the food that you want. There are approximately 7-8 stalls along the Japanese Street, offering different types of Japanese cuisine, e.g. sushi, bento, teppanyaki and ramen. If there is any balance left in the cash card after the meal, it can still be redeemed. 

After placing the order, the stall will give you a electronic device, the function of which is similar to the UFO device in most of the Taiwanese dessert shops. However, this is more interesting with a screen that we can watch a short video while waiting for our meals to be served. 

Bibimbap  RM12+ 
Haha, it is odd to order Korean cuisine in Japan Street, but it isn't a bad idea to have something different within the street, so everybody's craving could be easily satisfied. Out of our expectation, the Bibimbap actually tasted not bad. It is definitely a healthy choice with various of sliced vegetables placed on top. The meal is also served with a miso soup.
Kyoto Tokumori Sakiga Ramen RM29.50+
There is a ramen specialty stall in the Japan Street, which sells authentic Japanese ramen. They serve both pork and chicken ramen, and we chose for chicken ramen this round. The chashu is made from chicken, but the taste was not defeated by pork chashu. Judging from the colour and thickness of the broth, it is not hard to understand why the broth tasted so good, it has absorbed all the natural sweetness from the pork bones and ribs. And, it is generous to have two onsen tamago within a bowl!

The springy ramen.

A panaroma view of the Japan Street, as you can see, although Japan Street is operated in hawker concept, the overall environment is still very cosy with the wooden furniture and warm lighting.

Address : Japan Street
JB City Square
108, Jalan Wong Ah Fook, 
80000 Johor Bahru, Malaysia
(6th Storey)

Business Hour : 10am - 10pm