Imperial Chinese Cuisin, Prangin Mall
Who would have known that there was such a nice Chinese restaurant hidden in the lower ground floor of Prangin Mall. The last time I went there, the whole place looked run down. This little gem is a very nice surprise thanks to my new friend D. The prices were affordable too. We ordered 4 dishes and a soup and it came up to only RM30+ per person. By the way, there wasn't any service tax. So, it was only the 6% GST.
Soup of the day - Boiled groundnuts with pork rib soup
Very flavorful. Have you had the sensation that you've forgotten that you've missed something until you've had it. That feeling just hit me when I had my first mouthful of the soup. Delicious!
Two types of Kai Lan
Still trying to figure out how green leafy vegetables be that crunchy.
Worth all the hype about it. It's my first time trying the moist type of butter prawns and it is recommended. I would love to try the other types of prawn dishes the next time.
Three type of steamed egg
I was wondering how many types of eggs are there. Got my answer after digging in. It's a combination of salted egg, century egg and fresh egg. Very unique. Would order again.
Claypot pork with salted fish sauce
The sauce is just addictive especially when mixed with rice. Not bad.
Almost at the top flood of Prangin Mall, we were attracted to the lovely aroma of Thai food.
Papaya salad in the making
This reminds me so much of my trip to Thailand. This version is much spicier than the ones that I've had in the past. My friends preferred the mango kerabu though.
Back to special mission.......then pit stop at Gloria Jeans Coffee.
Hot chocolate and chocolate cake
Somehow I felt that the hot chocolate tasted a bit weird. Can be improved.
If only the taste was as nice as the colours. A reminder that looks can be deceiving.
Fast forward to dinner at Sri Pinang Foodcourt
Hokkien Mee aka Penang Prawn Mee
Missed this a lot! If only I can get nice Hokkien mee near my place.
Char Kuey Teow
Missed this dish too! I'm already satisfied after having this.
Grilled French Beans
How can beans taste that nice. Must be the seasoning.
The sauce was very unique. There's curry powder, curry leave, sweet and spicy all mixed into it. Makes one wanting to go back for more.
One of the nicest grilled fish that I've had in my life. The spices really brings out the flavour.
Visiting PL's two new baby guinea pigs
Coconut Palm Wine
Didn't know that Malaysia produces wine. I'm not a good wine critique but I can finish one bottle myself.
Thanks PL, D and RY for such a wonderful outing! Too bad I had to leave the group earlier as I was working the next day. Luckily could wake up when my alarm went off.
Looking forward to the next adventure.