You might recall a recent blog post where I visited Mamee Jonker House in Melaka – a museum/resto/themed space dedicated to all things Mamee. Blog post here. I thoroughly enjoyed their creative dishes, which utilised Mamee noodles as the main carbo, spruced up with various ingredients. The photos from the story I did for work were so good (thanks to N@Hubs!), the Editor jokingly said … Continue reading Review: Mamee Jonker House 163 Retail Park Mont Kiara – Needs More Mamee
Fun fact: I’ve never been to Jonker Street in Melaka. I can hear the incredulous gasps. That’s like saying I went to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. It wasn’t that I wilfully ignored the place – I simply couldn’t fit it into my itinerary the last two times I was in Melaka. Well as the saying goes, third time’s the charm – and on my … Continue reading Mamee Jonker House : All Things Mamee @ Jonker Street, Melaka
Tis’ must be the season to experience Japan – two of my colleagues went for a holiday there, one after the other! One came back with a ‘souvenir’ for the office’s babi-eating folk: Tonkotsu (pork broth) flavoured instant ramen from the famous Ippudo Ramen brand. Instructions were all in Japanese, but there are some illustrations and everything is pretty straightforward. Messed around with a new … Continue reading Video:Tonkotsu (Pork Broth) Flavoured Instant Ramen From Japan!
If you’ve somehow never tried IndoMie, all I can say is… where have you been? Aside from having a 72% share in the Indonesian instant noodle market, it’s also one of the country’s best food exports – distributed in places like Australia, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, US, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. IndoMie is also quite popular in Malaysia, so the hype was real … Continue reading Malaysia’s First Indomie Cafe – Review: IndoBowl, Lakefields Sg Besi
Have you tried ‘spicing’ up your bowl of instant noodles with extras? I like mine with eggs and if I can get them, some meat. 🙂 Here in Malaysia, the most famous brand of instant noodles is Maggi, by Nestle. Although it is an Australian brand, Maggi has become somewhat of a local favourite, with flavours like curry, chicken, tom yam, and many more. I … Continue reading Spice Up That Noodle