Monday, January 31, 2011



Location: Ground Floor Riverview Hotel

Cuisine: Western

Prawn and Mussel Blue Cheese Clay Pot
served with
Garlic Bread

This is what I call a Cheezy Ocean. The clay pot is filled with melted blue cheese with prawns and mussel inside of it. Cheese lover should love this dish. This is one of the few places that you could get a pot of cheese with a reasonable price of $12.

Tip: Try to eat this while it is still hot. When it cools the cheese will harden and the taste will not be as good as before.

Seafood Spaghetti


Senja Fillet Beef Steak (280g)
Covered with Mushroom Sauce
Mash potato and French Fries

You get to choose 2 side dish to go with your steak. I had mine with mash potatoes and french fries. Surprisingly both the mash potatoes and french fries were really impressive. My personal favorite the mash potatoes. I just can't had enough of it.

As usual, you get to choose how you want your steak to be cook, medium rare, rare, well done and much more. I had mine medium well. I am not a specialist when coming to choose how the steak should be, so I just let my sister do the ordering. I really need guidance on this.

Here are some tips, Here and Here.

Overall, it was a very satisfying meal. The steak was really good and I was pretty impress with the mushroom sauce. It cost around $30++ for the (280g) The price varies on the weight of the steak you choose. It is not that expensive if you think of it. The dish itself is good enough for 2 person and it is really that good to have.

Monday, January 24, 2011


Old Malaya Kopitiam
inside the Departure and Arrival Hall of KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport)

RM 19.90+

Tuna Sandwich

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Friday, January 21, 2011


Two lovely ladies

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Noraliza and Iskandar House of Curry

Lunch at House of Curry

They offers wide range of really good food. Especially the Murtabak which comes in various of selections such as Banana, Eggs, Eggs with onions, plain or even with meat fillings.

I have no idea what it is called. But it is like a crispy salty nan.

Roti Tissue

It is made up of thin layered flour seasoned with condensed milk and sugar. While having it gives a crispy and sweet sensation that many would adore.

Nasi Lemak Daging Rendang

This is really good. The sambal is sweet and not that spicy great for kids. The Beef is nicely cooked although some of the meat maybe a little over cook, making it a little hard to chew but overall it is still a really good nasi lemak :)

Asam Fish Head

I am not a spicy eater. I only had a few scoop of the soup. To my understanding and experience and came up with this formula

Spice + Sour = Spicy Hot

The soup was really hot after a few serving. The initial scoop was really good, the sourly and spicy taste of the soup really gets your appetite going. But the more you take the spicier it gets.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Seaworld Neptune

Seaworld Neptune Restaurant

Location: Near Jerudong Fish Market

Cuisine: Fresh Seafood

This is one of the few places in Brunei that you can actually get fresh seafood. Strategically located near the Jerudong fish market. The restaurant keep the live stock in aquariums, they give the privilege to their customer in choosing the fish and others on their own. Price factor it is quite pricy. Basicly they charge base on the weight of the live stock you chose. We had a total of 5 dishes that night at a cost of $240++ the lobster itself is around $150. If you are looking for good fresh seafood this is the place to go.

Fresh Oyster

Fresh Oyster with a squeeze of lemon is the best

Wet Kuey Tiaw

Goes best with the homemade chili

Homemade Chili

Black Pepper Clams

Strong peppery taste a little spicy :)

Cheeze Lobster

This is the bomb... The lobster is really fresh and sweet, the cheeze topping is unbelievably sweet and creamy. You could not expect any less as it is freshly prepared.

Crab Fried With Salty Eggs

I am sooo in love with this dish. The crab is covered with salty eggs, giving it a very remarkable taste. The Crab is deep fried leaving some of the meaty area a little hard and cripsy which is just nice when having it.

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Foods

Hey Nobles,

Today I will start a very interesting article this is "World’s Most Expensive Foods" I am sure all of you might be interested in it as much as I do. Hope you guys enjoy it!!

The world of the rich and famous is fascinating for many of us. They lead the life many of us want and they do what we only dream of us. Being a food fanatic, this time we’ll have a look at the most expensive foods in the world, most expensive drinks, deserts or spices.

Most Expensive Food&Drinks

1. Saffron

Crocus sativus

Saffron, a spice grown worldwide, is derived from the saffron crocus flower. A pound of dry saffron (0.45 kg) requires 50,000 to 75,000 flowers to make, meaning an entire football field of these flowers. Requiring so much resources and labor, prices for the spice go around US$500/pound to US$5,000/pound (US$1100 to US$11,000 per kilogram).

2. Macadamia nut

Macadamia nuts

The most expensive nut in the world is the Macadamia nut. The macadamia tree produces nuts only after it’s 7-10 years old, requiring fertile soil and heavy rainfall. These nuts have a very hard seed, but once it’s open it reveals a creamy white kernel containing up to 80% oil and 4% sugar. The cost of a kilogram of these nuts exceeds 30$.

3. Almas caviar


The most expensive caviar in the world is not the black one, but the almas caviar! The word ‘almas’ is Iranian for diamond. Beluga caviar comes from a fish over 100 years old, that is virtually unchanged for 120 million years. The luxurious caviar comes from the oldest survivor of the Dinosaur era. Beluga caviar ranges in price from more than $5,000 per kilogram in the United States

4. White Truffle


The most expensive mushroom in the world is the white truffle. The mushroom has its origins in the Langhe area of the Piedmont region in northern Italy, it can reach 12 cm diameter and 500g. These truffles are sold at a amazing price of 2,000 and 4,000 per kilogram ($1350 – $2700 per pound). The record price for this truffle was paid last year, in December, when Stanley Ho, the owner of the Macau casino paid $330,000 for 1.5kg of truffles.

5. La Bonnotte

La Bonnotte

The most expensive potato in the world is a French one, La Bonnotte�. Annually, only 100 tons of this top quality potato are cultivated and collected only on the island Noirmoutier. The potato fields require to be fertilized only with seaweed in a climate shaped by the nearby sea. The cost of one single kilogram can reach €500 since this type of potato is almost extinct.

6. Wagyu Cows


The most expensive beef in the world is the type of beef coming from the Wagyu cows. These Japanese cows are fed the best grass and provided the best treatment. That is why the meat is especially tender and particularly expensive. 200 grams of a fillet cost in Europe more than 100 dollars.

7. Von Essen Platinum Club Sandwich

von Essen Platinum Club Sandwich

The most expensive sandwich in the world is the club sandwich from Essen aka von Essen Platinum Club Sandwich. This triple-decker delicacy contains the finest chicken, ham, hard-boiled quails’ eggs and white truffles and it’s currently sold at Cliveden, Berkshire. The chicken (poulet de Bresse) is referred to as the ‘fourth gastronomic wonder of the world served with a topping of white truffles, sold at over a thousands ponds a month. At 1,182 calories, with 1.8oz of fat, it’s not the healthiest dish but certainly one of the most expensive. Costing 100 pounds (almost 200 dollars), this is a must-try for the food fanatics.

8. Pizza

Pizza Luis XIII

The most expensive pizza in the world, valued at 8300 Eur can be tasted in Italy. With generous toppings of caviar and lobster, the pizza has a diameter of 20cm and Louis XIII Remy Martin cognac poured all over it.

9. The Zillion Dollar Frittata

Most Expensive Omelet

The most expensive omelet in the world can be tasted at the Le Parker Meridien restaurant in New York. The $1,000 omelet consists of 10 ounces of sevruga caviar, a whole lobster, and six eggs. To make it in the privacy of your own home, the cost will be only $700.

10. Grand Opulence

Most Expensive Ice Cream

Off to something sweet now with one of the most expensive deserts in the world, served at Serendipity 3, a popular restaurant in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The $1000 sundae was introduced in 2004 and was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive dessert. It’s made up of 5 scoops of the richest Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, Madagascar vanilla, 23K edible gold leaf and one of the most expensive chocolates in the world, Amedei Porceleana.

11. Chocopologie

Chocopologie by Knipschildt

The tastiest and most expensive chocolate in the world is Chocopologie by Knipschildt. At $2,600 per pound, this handmade chocolate truffle is available only if ordered. t contains a black truffle and 70% Valrhona cacao.

12. Kopi Luwak.

Most Expensive coffee Kopi Luwak

The world’s finest and most expensive coffee is Kopi Luwak. The coffee comes from the Indonesian island of Sumatra and the total annual production is only around 500 pounds of beans. That is why the price of a pound is outrages – $300 or more.

13. Tieguanyin

Most Expensive Tea Tieguanyin

The current record for the most expensive tea is held by a rare Chinese green tea called Tieguanyin, which costs 1,700 Yuan ($3,000) per kilo (per 2 lb 3 oz) approximately 8.50 Yuan ($15) for a single cup.

14. PG

Most Expensive Tea Bag PG

The world’s most expensive tea bag for the PG company, to celebrate their 75th anniversary. Manually decorated with 280 diamonds, the bag made to remind people just how much they love the great British cup of tea is worth £7,500.

15. Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc de Blanc

Most Expensive Champagne Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc de Blanc

The most expensive champagne in the world is Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc de Blanc, made of specially selected grapes, sold in manually painted bottles and with a price tag of around $1,500.

16. Macallan Fine Rare Vintage

Most Expensive Whiskey The Macallan Fine&Rare Vintage

The most expensive whisky in the world is considered to be the Macallan Fine Rare Vintage. With only 85 bottles being released world-wide, tasting this 30 year old is a rare treat. Price for a single bottle? $38,000!

17. Wray and Nephew White Rum

Most Expensive Rom Wray&Nephew

Wray Nephew White Overproof Rum is merely the top-selling high strength rum in the world, bottled in 1940. Only four bottles are left from this precious liquor, each being estimated at $53,000.

18. Diamonds-Are-Forever

Most Expensive Cocktail Diamonds-Are-Forever

The most expensive cocktail in the world, “Diamonds-Are-Forever”, has no special ingredients like we had so far. The only excuse for wearing the $11,000 price tag is that the olive is replaced by a 1.6 carat diamond. To be found in the hotel Ritz-Carlton in Tokyo.

19. Vielle Bon Secours

Most Expensive Beer Vieille Bon Secours

The most expensive beer in the world costs around £500 (around $1,000) a bottle and is called Vielle Bon Secours. It can only be found in a bar called the Bierdrome in London.

20. Diva Premium Vodka

Most Expensive Vodka Diva

The most expensive drinks list will eventually come to dovka. Diva Vodka, produced by the Blackwood Distillery in Scotland is the world’s most expensive vodka. Depending on your choice of “crystal decoration” the price of a single varies from £35 to a staggering £540,000!

21. Kona Nigari water

Most Expensive Water Kona Nigari

Kona Nigari water, takes the title for the world’s most expensive water. The desalinated water high in minerals from the deep seas off Hawaii, costs $16.75 per ounce.

Source from: wackyarchives

Monday, January 10, 2011


An ordinary Bun or more?

What does it contained?

Where do you get it?

How is it possible?

To know more about this please head on over to FoodKings Fanpage to unveil the mystery of this mysterious bun :)

Friday, January 7, 2011

Easy Way

Pearl Milk Tea Craving

I don't want to bored you with the history of Pearl Milk Tea. I will just summarize the whole strong into 1 simple paragraph.

"Two elementary kids from a school in Taiwan sets up tea stand, tries to out compete other tea stand business. They came up with the idea of adding pearls to the drink which was a big hit and hence Pearl Milk Tea were born."

Done, end of story. If you need in depth details click here and here.

Which brings me to the next topic Taiwan.
Taiwan is famous for their night market especially the food from the food stalls. Another big hit is the Pearl Milk Tea. I personally been to Taiwan a few years ago during the (Milk Tea Trend in Brunei) so I went around and almost all sort of Milk Tea I can find. I was disappointed and yet happy at the same time. The Milk Tea I had back in Taiwan is not much different from the one around Aisa. I was happy because I can easily access to any Milk Tea joint in Brunei with out flying all the way to Taiwan. Here is one of the most respected Milk Tea Franchise in Brunei.

Easy Way

(on the same block as PCM)

If you would like to know more about Easy Way please check out their
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Zulhairen gives a thumbs up for the Drink!

Chocolate Pudding Milk Tea, Pearl Milk Tea and Green Tea with Pearls

Can you spot the Pearls?

Another Thumbs up for Pearl Milk Tea

Charlene Enjoying her Green Tea