Interesting ramen broth, and decadent gyoza dish with sauce that tastes exactly like lasagna

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This little shop may be hard to notice, but it was packed with people when we were there on a pretty hot day. I really loved the soft serve but not so much the taiyaki ๐Ÿ˜ฌ I felt like the dough was kinda dry in the way that you'd feel like you're choking when you have too much? The red bean paste in the bottom of the fish wasn't too sweet which was fine. I think I prefer the Korean-style taiyaki where it's more like glutinous rice dough (I'm not sure what exactly it is)
Very Insta-worthy though! And again, the soft serve was really refreshing ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Black sesame soft serve on a chocolate cone is the bomb! They have options to mix black sesame with milk, and also a birthday cone (with sprinkles) but obviously I chose black on black ๐Ÿ‘ฝ
Really like this cafe! The interior is very very Insta-worthy, and really comfortable and relaxing to stay and do work while you sip on their coffee. Definitely coming back again!

If you love char kuay teow, and love cockles even more, you have to come here! This CKT stall is located in a Chinese coffee shop in Seremban, and it is very reasonably priced! The picture above is a plate with extra cockles (literally so much). We ordered two of these and one normal and it was only RM19.50! The normal plate also had a generous spoonful of cockles on it! I'm pretty picky with CKTs and this one with fried pork lard really hit it for me, even though I don't eat cockles. Do give this a try if you're around the area!


"It's Pisang Goreng not Goreng Pisang"
Oh, UPSR days.
Jokes aside, this is seriously the best Pisang Goreng I've ever had. This Chinese uncle sells this at the front of the coffee shop and it's completely different from those you find on the road side. The banana is ripe and super sweet, and the outer coating is so damn crispy and flaky. Unlike the usual thick batter coating, this one is like the dim sum 'Wu Kok' coating. You have to try this I swear. And while you're there, get a cup of soy milk to go! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Haven't seen anywhere else do this, so as an asam laksa fanatic, I was automatically intrigued. I thought it would be a gimmick thing but it was actually pretty good! Very flavorful and has more of that distinct laksa taste compared to many regular soup laksa stalls. They have air conditioning too, which is always a plus!

This place has been open near my house for so many years and this is the first time we're trying it ๐Ÿ˜‚ We got the Nasi Bojari, Salted Egg Calamari and Otak Otak. Better than I expected! They have such a huge range of food it was hard to decide.. Any Malaysian dish you think of, they probably have it! Price is not too bad too considering the nice interior and comfort of air conditioning

Cold and spicy, refreshing at the same time! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

If you love spicy food you have to try ayam penyet! It's an Indonesian dish, almost like nasi lemak. The sambal is super super spicy, and it's perfect with the raw cabbage. The chicken they give is quite a big piece, and really tender too. I've had bad experience with tempeh cooked differently, but this tempeh is really so good! Definitely give this a try!

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Dodo Korea is located within a food court in Intermark. They have set bento boxes for RM15, which I think is super worth it. We got the bulgogi beef set and it came with a whole bunch of other stuff. It wasn't great Korean food but for the price and the amount, it's a filling meal. Although it's just a small stall in a food court, the ladies working there were very friendly and helpful! You can even order for takeaway or pack up leftovers, they provide containers and cutleries.