Sunday, March 02, 2008

Cafe 2369 + Aunties Ssam

This afternoon was asked for lunch by my two best buddies in sec skl Ching and Ria. Had no idea where to go but decided on Kuchai cuz we're quite bored of the phood in TD. Parked the car and walk around to see what to eat. End up have to toss a coin to decide. And here we end up in - Cafe 2369. There are a few cafes around that area such as Island Cafe, Wings Cafe, Station 1, Cafe 2046 and this 2369. How to survive such competitions...

Saw most of the tables around were having their fish head noodles. Shall try it next visit. Looks like good stuff. We ordered 3 dishes instead accompanied by rice. You can choose to have single meal (one portion of the dish on rice) or dishes portioned for 2-3 persons.

Marmite Pork Ribs
(don't really taste like marmite :p)

Butter Chicken (yummy stuff!)

Stir Fried French Bean (tender & juicy!)

Their drinks are so so only. I ordered Ice Jasmine Tea which I think Boon Boon's tasted nicer. Ching's Hazelnut Milk Tea taste.. well.. weird. Ria's Vanilla Milkshake is nice though. But not cold enough.

Then we just sat and chit chat about our recent lives and secondary school days. Really memorable :)

Cafe 2369
No.2-1 Jalan Kuchai Maju 1,
Off Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-7984 3268
Website: http://2369cafe.malaysianfood.com.my/

At night, since parents and aunt and my baby cousin were going to Phuket tomorrow (I actually am supposed to go to but thanks to the oral defense arghh!) so we went out for dinner since I won't be seeing them for 4 freaking days. Wanted to go Delicious/Italiennies one, but uncle decided on a new place for Nyonya food.

An authentic Penang Nyonya restaurant opened by 3 aunties partners. Why the double S? Their names are Sheryn Lee, Shally Wong and Margaret Ooi. Article link

Claypot Fish Head Curry

Pumpkin Chicken (I love love love this dish a lot)

Stir Fried Kai Lan

Marmite Pork Ribs (again?!? Just had it in the afternoon)

Special dish - Durian Prawns (Special but didn't really like it.. the clash of the taste)

Overall, the dishes were really delicious. My uncle and dad had double servings of rice, even my mum who usually eats little rice took more than usual :) For dessert we had their Rojak, Cendol and Ice Kacang which were equally good! Plus the 3 bosses were friendly as well. Due to just few tables around, they were very friendly to all the customers and kept asking how is everything. Service was good too, the waiters and waitresses were friendly, but they try to clear empty plates too fast. Anyhow, definitely will be back again.

Aunties Ssam
21, Jalan Kemuning, Off Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Near Pasarakyat, opposite Palm Garden restaurant)
Tel: 03-21486706
Business Hour: 11.30am - 3pm; 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Closed every Monday of the 2nd and 4th week of the month

2 comments:

Loo said...

Eevee, why your blog must be about food one! I miss Msian food so much, I see your blog, my saliva drool d.

Eve Lynn said...

Shenq, must introduce new stuff that I tried ma... Hehe... so that next time when u come back can go eat... you can cook over there what...