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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Durian Season At Inside Scoop - Presenting King Of All Waffles - Damansara Jaya


Durian season is here and especially the craze on the Musang King this season. We had the opportunity to taste; first hand this King Of All Waffles at Inside Scoop, Damansara Jaya branch tonight.


A special collaboration of 2 popular brand names namely Inside Scoop which is famed for its smooth creamy made from scratch ice cream and the Durian King TTDI for the supply of fragrant and top quality Durian; to create a unique one of its kind King Of All Waffles for us to savour in.


The Musang King Durian is paired with the Valrhona Chocolate ice-cream for a perfect combination as its ingredient does not overpower each of its' character. The Valrhona Chocolate flavour was chosen for its strong flavour as it exudes out a special taste when eaten with the aromatic and naturally sweet flavour of the creamy Musang King.


Served with a set of crispy Butter Milk Waffles; the light texture of the waffles was just right to absorb the ice cream which intertwined with the lustrous Yellow Durian flesh making each scoop a delight which has its' after taste still lingering; hours after that.


If you yearn for this special one of the kind waffles dessert, you better hurry to Inside Scoop as this King Of All Waffles is only available at selected Inside Scoop outlet and only available for 3 days starting from 22nd June 2016.


However, if you miss King Of All Waffles, don't despair as Inside Scoop has also its' very own Durian Ice Cream which we had a chance to taste it too. We find the taste and the creaminess of this flavour; up to mark as its Durian based was the D24 species which has a strong character by itself.

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Damansara Uptown Food: Tsujiri Green Tea And Dessert Restaurant Opening In Malaysia


The Japanese Art of Tea Drinking is one of the cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha i.e. powdered green tea; This ceremony is also known as in Japanese; it is called the chanoyu. The elaborate and refined Japanese tea ceremony is meant to demonstrate respect through grace and good etiquette.


Tsujiri; a renowned and established green tea brand from Japan with more than 155 years of heritage, continued its mission to promote and convey the beauty of Japanese culture and the splendor of Fine Japanese Tea to Malaysia with the opening of its' first outlet at No. 58 Damansara Uptown Jalan SS21/58 Damasara Utama 47400 Selangor.


Established in 1860, TSUJIRI was founded by green tea specialist Riemon Tsuji, an entrepreneur who sought to improve the tea industry. Through several innovations, he found ways to enhance the flavours and sweetness of green tea, resulting in high-quality Gyokuro tea leaves, which is a breed of shaded green tea from Japan. He has also designed a method of transporting tea leaves so that they could maintain their freshness after harvesting.


Through his techniques, the benefits of green tea, known to be rich in antioxidants and believed to promote anti-aging, are maintained. Thus, TSUJIRI offers green tea rich in Vitamin A, C, E and Beta Carotene, as well as Catechin, which plays a role in burning calories.

Keeping to Riemon’s desire to continue to innovate while sustaining its traditions, TSUJIRI ventured into green tea-based drinks and desserts, but maintains its philosophy of offering the best quality. TSUJIRI products utilises the best green tea selected and preserved from Uji in Kyoto, and uses the traditional grinding method to convey its strong fragrance as well as flavour.


Now, Malaysian can savour this finest quality Japanese Green Tea not only in the many innovative hot and cold drink but also desserts offering at Tsujiri. Currently, Tsujiri has a total of 14 outlets worldwide; which includes in Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, China, Canada and now in Malaysia.



According to Mr Dan Osano, Chairman and CEO of MOD's & Kaw Ping Co. Ltd.; consumers today are more informed and are more discerning than ever. They look for quality, taste, and varieties. I believe TSUJIRI meets all these criteria and I am confident that we are able to cater to their needs with our stringent quality control and continuous innovation.



Tsujiri Malaysia offers a total of 48 green tea drinks, desserts such as ice cream and parfaits selections in their menu. Matcha lovers can choose from O-Matcha, tea, latte to desserts, ice blended, shaved ice, floats and not forgetting the delightful Parfait selection with Soft ice cream too.


Some of the Specialty drinks and desserts as offered by Tsujiri Malaysia.



O-Matcha Cappucino
RM 12



O-Matcha Roll Cake
RM 10



Tsujiri O-Matcha Parfait
RM 16.50



Tsujiri O-Matcha Shaved Ice
RM 17



Float
RM 13



O-Matcha Soft Ice Cream
RM 6.50



We hope that Malaysians can enjoy the culture and heritage of Japanese green tea, alongside its health benefits, through our café-style outlet,” shared Karen, Managing Director of TSUJIRI Malaysia during the launch. “Additionally, while keeping cool with our drinks and desserts, we can enjoy the unique and soothing taste and benefits of green tea.”

Business Hours: 12pm to 11pm
Website: tsujiri-global.com
FaceBook: Tsujiri Malaysia

Saturday, 28 November 2015

New Peng Wah Restaurant @Damansara Jaya Petaling Jaya - Authentic Village Style Home Cook Dishes


For those of you that stay in or near Damansara Jaya, you would probably notice the New Peng Wah Chinese Restaurant located at Lot 15 & 17 , Jalan SS 22/19 Damansara Jaya 47400 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, just behind the Atria Shopping Gallery.


New Peng Wah Restaurant has been around this neighbourhood for the past 3 years and one of the very few Chinese Restaurant that serves authentic village style home cook dishes. +BestRestaurant ToEat got the invitation to taste these special signature dishes which are only available at this restaurant.


The setup is very simple and minimal, no fancy decor and furniture to line up the restaurant to impress you but what is more important is the food that is served at this restaurant.


Our review started off with Signature Lala Soup (Small Serving RM16.00). This is a very different dish from the one that we normally eaten at other restaurant. The main difference is in the soup broth which is flavoured with Tong Kui and wolfberries. Love the herbal taste and the aroma of the wine. Here the Lala is of a special species which is from the Philippines; has a bouncy and chewy texture. Best eaten with white rice especially with the flavourful soup.


For those familiar or regular customers, one of their favourite dishes that is ordered is the Signature Deep Fried Ma Yau Fish Senangin (RM6.00 per 100gm). This fish is deep fried to a nice crisp and with the accompanied soya sauce was a nice match to a simple dish.


Next on, is a another village style dish; which is the Signature Potato Fried Pork (Large - RM 25.00). The potatoes are thinly sliced and fried together with the strips of pork. We like the texture of the slice potatoes and with the sauce that was used to stir fried this dish. Another one of the dish that are good to be eaten with white rice


The second fish dish that we had is the Stew Grouper Fish Head (Large - RM48.00). The fish head are cut to biteable sizes. Using garlic, old ginger, red chillies, green chillies, capsicum and soya sauce; the flavours of this mixture was delicious. We can't help ourselves to more orders of white rice to goes with this tasty dish although it was a little tad of saltiness - you can pre-empt the captain when you order this dish to cut down on the level of saltiness of this dish.


This is another dish which is difficult if not impossible to get from other restaurant; as this is very Temerloh village style. It is called the Homestyle Claypot Brinjal (Large - RM28.00). The brinjal are pre boiled and mashed to a paste. It is then cooked with minced pork and prawns in a belacan paste. This is a dish when you start eating; will be difficult to stop. Love the taste of this dish.


The next dish is a chicken based dish which is named as the Claypot Hua Teow Wine Chicken. The strong aroma of the Hua Teow wine was very nice and make this dish very tasty. Served on a claypot the gravy was slurped up to the last drop. 


The last dish for the night is the Fried Pork With Nyonya Sauce. A very interesting dish. According to the manager, you can ordered this nyonya sauce with steamed fish or chicken. Well, you guessed it; we really need to order another white rice to go with this addicted sauce.


If you love village style home cooked meal as much as we do, New Peng Wah at Damansara Jaya Petaling Jaya will definitely not disappoint you.

Sunday, 16 August 2015

WAY Modern Chinois Restaurant @Clearwater Damansara Heights - New Premium Specialty Dim Sum Review


There are many restaurant in the Klang Valley that serves Premium Dim Sum, but WAY Modern Chinois located at G-1, WORK@Clearwater, Jalan Changkat Semantan 50490 Damansara Heights Kuala Lumpur.


This WAY Modern Chinois @Clearwater Damansara Heights has a very distinctive first impression as the entrance to the restaurant is via a lift door access. A very intrigued way as you will not guess that the restaurant is just behind the door of a lift.


The decor is a dimly lit and exudes an elegant, comfortable and posh European dining ambiance unlike most other Chinese restaurant which are usually brightly lit.


Our review is to taste out the new menu Dim Sum menu which the first is the in-house made specialty i.e. Skinless” Shang Hai Soup Dumpling (RM 6.00 per piece). It is a one of a kind Xiao Long Bao that we have tasted. The skinless texture is crafted out using molecular cooking method that uses chemistry reaction to create the skinless texture of this Xiao Long Bao. Eaten as one spoonful, your first experience is the bursting of the flavourful broth which are intertwined with the ginger vinegar taste to gives you an explosive feel.


The next dim sum is the Truffle Crab Soup Dumpling (RM 14.00 for 4 pcs). Taking it in one mouthful you get the intense earthy aroma of the truffle and the comforting warmth of the enclosed fragrant broth.


After the Xiao Long Bao, we had a fried Dim Sum which is the Fish and Chips (RM 16.00 for 3 pcs). It has a golden brown fluffy crisp skin with a filling of a batter of mashed potatoes and a mixture of cod fish paste and top with a special vinegar powder to gives it a slight sourish taste.


This is then followed by a steam Dim Sum which is the Crab Roe Dumpling (RM 19.00 for 3 pcs) is wrapped in a pumpkin flavoured and artistically plated as the dumpling is topped with special net design which made the dumpling very appealing to the eyes.


Another Dim Sum specialty dish is the Way’s Lotus Leaf Steamed Sticky Rice with Duck (RM 10.00 for 2 pcs). Normally the sticky rice is paired with Chicken, much like the Loh Mai Kai, but the chef choose to add one of WAY Modern Chinois @Clearwater Damansara Heights signature delicacies which is the aromatic Roast Duck as the core ingredients and paired with mixture of mushrooms, carrots, salted egg and water chestnut into the glutinous rice.


Another unique Dim Sum is the Sticky Rice Lamb Siew Mai (RM 19.00 for 3 pcs). The lamb meat are chopped and shape into solid meat ball shape. It has a strong gamey taste of the lamb and this would be a favourite for lamb lovers.


The next Dim Sum is another creation by the Chef Ken, which is the Wok Fried Cheong Fun with Original Spice Paste (RM 10.00). Normally you would eat the Steam Chee Cheong Fun; but here the Cheong Fun are pan fried with a special in-house dried shrimp paste which has a very tantalizing spicy taste;


Next is The Crab Claw Dumpling (RM 15.00 for 3 pcs).


Even the plain Char Siew Pau have an added fusion which is the addition of coriander which are finely chopped and sprinkle of the bun. This Coriander Char Siew Bun (RM 9.00 for 2 pcs) filling too have been added with some additional finely chopped coriander stalk to make it a little more aromatic.


The next dim sum served is the Crispy Bean Curd Skin Roll (RM 17.00 for 3 pcs).


followed by the Prawn Dumpling with X.O (RM 16.00 for 3 pcs) - a very spicy steam dumpling with succulent and bouncy shrimp.


and lastly the Crispy Dumpling with Wasabi Mayo (RM 15.00) which the wasabi infused sauce are seated below the dumpling to gives you a special punch which marries perfectly to the crispy skin of the dumplings.


Way Modern Chinois @Clearwater Damansara Heights is currently running a dim sum promotion set at RM 29.00++ per pax; Head over to experience the exquisite taste and the hospitality of Way Modern Chinois.

Saturday, 4 April 2015

Neroteca Plaza Damansara - Breakfast In Style at Neroteca Review - Best Restaurant


There is a new restaurant in Plaza Damansara that was opened recently that serves Italian Food. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to review their new Breakfast menu at Neroteca at 17-15, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur.


The setup is one that exudes the fine dining decor, it gives the diners a feel of top of class restaurant in this quiet neighbourhood.


Now, especially on weekend you do not have to cramp yourself for breakfast like in Bangsar. At Neroteca; parking is a breeze and aplenty during the weekend where you can leisurely enjoy a breakfast with your families or friends for breakfast in this luxurious setting of the restaurant.


Like the saying goes Eat Breakfast Like a King; and with that our review started off with a new Big Breakfast set which is indulge with pork offering. This Big Breakfast set consists of Two Eggs with Smoked Pancetta, Streaky Bacon, Italian Sausages, Sauteed Sweet Potatoes, Mushrooms, Baked tomato, Refried Beans & House Toast.



At Neroteca: you can have the eggs the way you like it; Poached, Scrambled, Fried, Sunny Side Up or Over Easy. For those big eater; if you really yearn for an even BIGGER Breakfast; you can add additional Mushrooms, Honey Baked Ham, Pancetta, Tuscan Ham or Italian Sausage on top of it.


If a Big breakfast is too much for you to stomach in the morning, you could consider another breakfast option which is the Pan Baked Beans, Eggs & Bacon Bits.


This Pan Baked Beans, Eggs & Bacon Bits is served with braised re-fried beans in pomodoro sauce, grilled bacon bits topped with eggs and fontina cheese, and served with 2 pieces of Toast. The pomodoro sauce has a smoky taste which goes well with the freshly toasted bread.


For something lighter; you may want to try the French Toast Breakfast with 
Pan grilled egg toast with Orange Cardamom Sauce, Mascarpone Cream topped with caramelized peach, dusted with cinnamon sugar and top with Almond Flakes.


The orange cardamom sauce was zesty and tangy while having a light sweetness of the orange flavour. This French Toast breakfast is for those that love to start the morning with a sweet offering as compared with the Big Breakfast which has a more savoury taste.


Breakfast At Neroteca is served from morning until 3pm daily. There are other varieties of breakfast set that you can indulge in for a good start to a great day.