Restoran Super Kitchen

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

We had been a regular patron to this place when we were staying in Kota Damansara. Since moving to our new place, it's been quite some time since our last visit. I had never take any pictures of the food in this favourite makan place of mine. I am a Pan Mee lover and also a spicy food lover. So this restaurant offers both prerequisite requirement of the type of food I loved.

They offered a few types of Pan Mee (dry, soup, and curry if I remember correctly) and some side dishes like dumplings and tofu.

Their other branches location.

A bowl of soup with green leafy vege for those who ordered dry version Pan Mee.

They served Soupy Pan Mee too. For the adventurous ones, you can actually drop some chilli flakes on the soup. That's what Hubby always do. The soup will end up like a red ocean! Super super hot!

Put a spoonful (or two or even three) of chilli flakes on the Pan Mee.

Tossed with the chilli flakes, there you go - SUPER SPICY CHILLI PAN MEE

Thai Style Tau Fu - love the generous serving of peanuts.

Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee
Jln PJU 5/4, Dataran Sunway,
Kota Damansara,
47800 PJ,


Pasta Zanmai

It was a boring Sunday afternoon where both of us (Hubby and I) was 'dying' of boredom in our house. Finally we gave a call to our regular 'makan kakis' to initiate some activities (of course it is related to EATING and FOOD) on a hot and boring Sunday. So we had ended up in One Utama for some air-conditioned environment since it was super hot that day. For a change, we had opted for Japanese food. Our destination was Pasta Zanmai.

A sip of hot Ocha while waiting for our meals to be served.

We were practically spoilt for choices. Too many varieties of dishes on the menu. After cracking our head for more than 10 minutes deciding on what to ordered, here's the choices of our meals for that afternoon:

Unagi with Omelette Rice Set - LYH's choice.

CW had ordered Mini Ebi Tempura No Gomadare Pata to Mini Unagi Rice which consist of as below:

Mini Ebi Tempura with some pasta as side dish.

Unagi Rice as main dish.

Hubby and I had ordered set meals too. It consists of Miso soup and salad. I wasn't bothered to captured both of them thus no pictures taken on this two items.

Fried Ebi Curry Rice - Hubby's choice. Hubby was very delighted with the crispiness of the Fried Ebi and the aromatic curry. THUMBS UP from him.

Chicken and Mushroom Creamy Sauce Pasta - my choice. Lots of mushrooms inside this pasta. It was kinda mediocre in my opinion.

Pasta Zanmai
G210B Ground Floor Promenade,
1 Utama Shopping Centre.


Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles

The other day I was craving for some soupy noodles. In the end, Hubby, CW and I ended up paying a visit to Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles in Danau Desa, a restaurant famous for their fish head noodles. I came to this place few years back, never know that they actually had extended their operating hours to night time. So good news to fish head noodles lovers, we have another place to go to during dinner time.

Their new operating hours extended to night time.

Super hot chili sauce for dipping.

We can actually ordered 2 types of fish, the fried ones or for those who don't fancy lots of fish bones, you can opt for the fish paste version. Being a deep fried food lover, I preferred the fried ones. More oomph....! For their soup, we can actually choose to have it with the milk add on or just their clear soup version. CW and I had ordered the milky soup version where else Hubby ordered the non-milky type. To my surprise, the non-milky version actually taste even better than the milk ones. I'll shall order the clear soup type next round of our visit.

Too bored of choosing bee hoon, for a change, opt for yee mee.

Non-milky version fish head noodles. Very good!

A big chunky fried fish. Yummy...

Verdict: A very satisfying meal. I'll come back for more.

Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles
Jalan 1/109 F, Taman Danau Desa,
Kuala Lumpur.


Roasted Pork Bones and Radish Soup

Backdated post: I had boiled this soup quite some time ago. March and April had been a very busy month for me. So many things that had take place in the past 2 months, we had went for long awaited Taiwan trip and I am have been super busy and worked out in getting getting my quotas meet for my quarterly sales. Just a word to describe it, BUSY!

Now back to my post today, this is a super easy soup to prepare. Mummy and Grandma used to prepare this soup for us when we were little. Radish was sweet after it was boiled and taste delicious when used in soups. Nothing beats the warm feeling of the tasty soup sliding down our throat to our tummy. It's heaven and course it gives us a sense of homely feel. :)


1 radish, sliced
800g roasted pork bones
1 slice dried cuttlefish
10 red dates
handful wolfberries
salt to taste

  1. Wash and peel radish. Cut into 2 inches thick.
  2. Soak and wash dried cuttlefish. Set aside.
  3. Prepare enough water in slow cooker. Add in radish, roasted pork bones, dried cuttlefish, red dates and wolfberries.
  4. Place on auto mode and once it's boiling, add in salt to taste.
  5. Serve hot or warm.

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