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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Wondermama @Bangsar Vollage

Continue from last week's fusion eatery, another Malaysian western eatery that I really like is Wondermama. Located in the arguably most atas (high class) hipster place in K.L, the price range is very low compare to other cafe in that area.

Address: G6, Ground Floor, Bangsar Village 1, Jalan Telawi 1, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-22849821

Of course, this is a hipster place, not a non halal place like Chupp. If you want some pork in Bangsar Village, you can check out another place in the same mall Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf [Food Review, not the Fairy Tale]

These are the foods on my second visit, which I bring a more decent camera.
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Chicken Fry Rice with Beef Bacon

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Belacan Fry Rice with Beef Bacon and Fry Chicken

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Chicken Salad

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with beef bacon, lettuce, chicken, cherry tomato, etc. I think I am guilty for not able to show how  big this portion is or how much variety is in one plate. The huge chunks of chickens is covered with spicy sauce, kind of like those sweet Thai chili sauce that your no-spicy-food-will-die aunt has in her fridge. THe whole combination is just plain awesome. Not only these salad, I also tried potato salad and it was great as well. You might think it just an appetizer, but I can ensure you an average lady can have this as single course meal.

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3 layer tea

Overall: 8.5/10 [Really hipster interior design with both traditional and fusion cuisine.]
Taste bud indulgence: 9/10 [It is its own thing that I rarely find it even in non fusion or fusion restaurant. It is not exactly heavenly, but unique as it is.]
Purse Saver: 7/10 [ Cheap if compare to cafe around her, but not cheap compare to overall K.L standard. But the quality and effort put into the meal is definitely worth the pennies.]
Location: 9/10 [Located just beside the Bangsar Village old wing main entrance, it is should be pretty easy to spot, but it is covered by a few other cafe beside her.]
Service: 8/10 [I am neutral with it, they are particularly good or bad, it carries the standard that they should have]

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Chuup @ Damansara Jaya [Food Review, Non Halal]

I have been here once before , took some really nice picture before and totally forgot it until I went back again. If you don't already know, I have been working slightly harder on another blog and YouTube channel, it's in . It' where we do video on electronic gadgets. Recently we are expanding the computer and accessories division. Well, it's not exactly successful, but I will take what I can. Come back to Chuup, I just realize this place's existence and my visit when I had dinner with the colleagues last week during Ramadhan coz wee didn't want to jam the Halal place during Iftar.

Address: Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 03-7733 6673
URL: (

Despite a local and western fusion, what makes it special more than it's fusion is that it is non Halal. Porky-pork pork pigglet chu zhu in everything. Well, not everything but you can't see pork in these local dishes since Malaysian where mostly is Muslim, pork is basically a no-no. 
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Chuup Nasi Lemal with Pork Rendang (RM14.90)
Despite nasi lemak is my (and a big part of Malaysia's) all time favorite breakfast, this cooky isn't your average Joe. As a Malaysian, I bet you must have had chicken rendang before. If you are slightly adventurous, maybe beef and mutton too. But how about pork? A tradition Malay dish with a non tradition ingredient? That makes me curious enough to order. I would give credit for the creativity, but I think the recipe still need a small tweak. It could be less dry and salty then it would be significantly more enjoyable.
Contain, coconut fats(milk) rice, boil greens, toasted peanuts (kacang), fried anchovies (ikan bilis), picked veggies (Accar), pork rendang, boil egg, cucumbers, and the most important element, sambal.

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Popiah (RM 3.90)
A great snack for sharing or have it for your own. But this is not a snack that I would recommend to get in here. You can get the chicken bites or sandwich or other thing, but I don't think this is the best thing here.

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it really look tempting though....with all the radish, carrots, bean sprout, topped with fried onions....

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Spicy Pork Belly Aglio Olio (RM 12.90)
With this price range, I would only expect pork slice.
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This is not a slice man, this is a block or meat. I really enjoy it very much thought I really hope it will be a bit more moist. Despite stiring it constantly, I never get any sauce from bottom and it almost choked me. Don't get me wrong, the pasta is very flavorful. I usually don't like lemon grass and for this case, I didn't even hate it. Might have camouflage in hunks of pork but I am not mad. Highly recommended.

On my next/last visit, I had curry mee. The price is a bit on the high side around +/- RM15 but the taste is quite delicious as well. It was not over powered by the thick coconut milk. I can still taste the base broth which is chicken.

Overall: 7/10 [If you are a pork lover, you should get this restaurant on you to-dine check-list.]
Taste bud indulgence: 7/10 [I can get something better in my local morning market]
Purse Saver: 8/10 [ Compare to other cafes around PJ area, this is comparably cheap and affordable. You pay for what you get.]
Location: 6/10 [It's not near the main roun of LDP or a prime area. It is still congested and hard to find parking.]
Service: 9/10 [They have great servers, drinking water is free flow. My only complain would be that they don't accept card, only cold hard cash.]

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Jaya One #markets15 #huntcollfair

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Just a month ago, Jaya One has their 15th Bazaar/market take place in The School.  Like most of the previous markets , the vendors include artisanal food stall, fashion, one-offs, pre-loved etc. I found out so much about out local online shops in this bazaar. It blew my mind from a very different perspective.

Watch the Youtube video for the market walk though

I know you're lazy to watch the whole video, don't worry, I will give you a summary here.

You can find all sorts of fashion,
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Either new

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or pre-loved
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and of course, cutesy artisanal food
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These are some of them item I got during the markets.
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bracelet from

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Passport holder from

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Necklace from

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and encouragement quote from

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Metalic Tattoo

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I really like this dress. It has a very unique design, pairs very well with skirts or jeans. However, it's too revealing for me to show my underboobs. If you want to see my underboobs original photo w/o censored, watch the video and find that 1 frame that has not censored.

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The quality of the shirt is quite thick, and you can custom design the shirt's print. I don't know what is the material but the print is convex, not some simple paint that easily comes off after a few wash.

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Another super revealing cloth. Need to cover side boob with cardigan *shys away*

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Vintage Yukata from

Why is there a Yukata here? I never wear a Yukata and don't know how to year one. Any help from here? guys? I mean girls?

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If you wonder why I keep holding my phone while in the shoot, that is because I am a single independent women that no one help me to do photoshoot T_T I was using Olympus software called Ol.share, pairing with Olympus EM 1. Selfie profession style ;)

If you don't want to missed out the markets next time, be sure you keep an eye on and Like/Follow their Facebook

Thursday, March 26, 2015

This weekend: quarterly bazaar, Markets by Jaya One

15th already? I have went to none of them! This year's first quarterly bazaar, Markets by Jaya One is happening on this weekend 28th and 29th March 2015, 11 am to 7 pm. If you are like the anti-hyspter, you probably have went to one of the 14 bazaar before. But this time, Jaya One is collaborating with The One Academy to bring you the Hunter & Collector Fair.

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Like previous quarters, they have more than 100 vendors ranging form fashion, vintage finds, accessories, housewares, artisanal food, unique one-offs and etc.

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To liven up the atmosphere, Markets by Jaya One has recently introduced a brand new entertainment element; which also serves as a platform for aspiring talented individuals to showcase what they are passionate about.

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Also, there will be an Instagram Hunt where participants have opportunity to win fantastic one-of-a-kind items from the Hunters & Collectors Fair collection. All you have to do is to take photographs of their top three favorite booths and upload the pictures to your Instagram accounts.



So, what do you think? I will be going there this Saturday, 11 am sharp, as the first 250 visitors on the day (each day) will get a special goodie bags consisting of various shopping vouchers from participating vendors. See you there!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Benefit Cosmetic's Roller Lash #mydreamcurl

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So it's finally revealed. The mascara that I receive was from Benefit Cosmetic.

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So throw away your curler and

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pick-up your Benefit Roller Lash

and start rolling like I do:

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Bonus picture of my once in a blur moon selfie.
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