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@SikitAtas.Com Casual Dining Restaurant and Bar at Wisma Perintis, Jalan Dungun

Are you tired of the eateries around your office area because they serve the same thing every day? Do you wish that there are more choices and it also comes with an affordable price?
Well, folks working around Jalan Dungun, Kuala Lumpur, I have great news for you.


A few days ago, I received a message from Aileen, a student of HELP University. She informed me that she is currently working on a marketing project with Sikit Atas Restaurant and Bar – @SikitAtas.Com and would like to invite me there for a review on the newly opened restaurant. Since it is the Chinese New Year and she needed help for her project, I said yes. So she set me up to meet with Sikit Atas’ Manager, Ericka who had kindly agreed to give a brief introduction on Sikit Atas.


Sikit Atas is a casual dining restaurant and bar which serves Asian, Western and North Indian Food. Among the first questions I asked Ericka was “Why the name, Sikit Atas whether the meaning it carries” And her reply was this – the owners, who are by the way are chefs, named their restaurant “Sikit Atas” partly because the restaurant is located a few steps higher from the road but mainly the reason for the name is because they use higher quality ingredients and spices. The owners wishes to bring a variety of good food with affordable prices to cater to the middle income earners.


So for starters, we ordered their Creamy Pumpkin and Grilled Shrimp. Priced at RM12.00, our starter comes with creamy pumpkin soup, grilled shrimp and slices of garlic toasted bread. Smooth and creamy is how I would describe the soup. Taste wise, it was good. The creamy pumpkin soup, grilled shrimp and garlic bread complement each other very well.


We also ordered the starter, Last Minute Chef’s Salad which is basically a combination of mesclun mixed, slices of chicken, cheese, seasoned octopus (Yes, you read it correctly, Octopus!), turkey ham and eggs – priced at RM18.00. Take a look at the picture, it comes in a large portion. The portion is good for sharing for at least two people. The Last Minute Chef’s Salad is not the normal chicken caesar salad you would find elsewhere but a chicken caesar salad with seasoned octopus.

I personally feel that the name Last Minute Chef’s Salad doesn’t do justice to this dish at all. It certainly doesn’t look last minute at all. It looks like a lot of effort put in making this dish perfect. I was informed that the chef actually made the dressings themselves. Great stuff – it goes very well with the chicken caesar salad with seasoned octopus.


For main course, Ericka recommended us to try Sikit Atas’ Wood Fired Chicken Tikka Pizza. A small 10-inch thin crusted pizza is priced at RM 20.00 whereas the larger 15-inch ones are priced at RM30.00. For those of you who love pizza and beers, Sikit Atas is having a promotion and from 12pm to 6pm everyday. Buy a tower beer and get a small pizza for free. Buy 3 pints of beer and you will get a large pizza for free. read more »

Bali Bali Holidays Bali Vacation Packages Bebek Bengil Ubud

Bali Holidays – Bebek Bengil, Bali Restaurant in Ubud, Bali


Have you been working so hard that you hardly take a break?

With so much work to do, you should take a break. You should take a break without hurting your wallet. What is more economical than taking a holiday in Bali? If any of you have been to Bali before, how was your Bali holidays?

Recently, we decided to spend some time in Bali for a short vacation. We started doing some research on the internet and found that there are many Bali holidays packages or Bali vacation packages. Bali is the largest tourist destination in Indonesia. Bali is an island and province of Indonesia. Bali is known for its volcanic mountain. The highest is Mount Agung (still active) which stands 3,031m and is known as the “mother mountain”.

Back to the Bali vacation packages, there are many Bali vacation packages to choose from. I have been to Bali once before and that time, we had engaged the assistance of Mr. Suta from Bali Bagus Tour who offers a variety of full day and half day Bali vacation packages which includes a tour to Kintamani Volcano, Bedugul, Twin Lakes, Jatiwulih, Tanah Lot, Uluwatu Temple, Jimbaran Bay, Kecak and Fire Dance and many more. If you are looking for adventures Bali vacation packages, Bali Bagus Tour also offer White Water Rafting, Horse Riding, Mountain and Village Cycling at Kintamani Volcano, Rice Paddies Trekking, Odyssey Submarine, Bali Hai Reef Cruise or Breach Club Cruise and also Mt. Batur Climbing. There’s a very detailed list on their Bali vacation packages on their website. You actually rent a van when you pick their Bali vacation packages. So whether you have 2 persons or 4 persons, you still pay the same for a van. In short, the more people you have in a group, the more you save. Our tour driver for the whole 4 days of our trip was Mr. Gede Sukamara, an enthusiastic, honest and friendly man who is eager and proud to show tourists his birthplace, Bali. Overall, our trip was fantastic as he knows some of the short cuts around Bali Island and some of the best places to eat in Bali. He is just amazing.


We stopped at Bebek Bengil also known as Dirty Duck in English in Ubud. You must be wondering, what do you mean by Dirty Duck? Is the duck dirty or what? No the duck is not dirty.


You see, the founder of Bebek Bengil came out with the name Bebek Bengil when he was having a meal next to the padi field. A duck somehow got on his table and because the duck is dirty, he called it a dirty duck. So this is how the name Bebek Bengil was first created, the original crispy duck since 1990.


Bebek Bengil serves Balinese food with its signature dish, the crispy duck for IDR 125,000.00 which is roughly converted to about USD$10 . It is a must order on the menu. The duck, like its name is very crispy. It is so crispy that you can actually eat it together with its bones.


We also ordered their Nasi Campur Bali for IDR 75,000.00 ~ USD 6.00. Both dishes are equally good. The food comes with a variety of bumbu or sauces. Each sauces are customize to suit different people’s taste buds. If you like spicy food, they have a spicier sauce. If you like sweet sauce, they also have it. read more »

Barbecue Malaysia Seafood Seafood and Fishes Steamboat

My Favourite Top 8 Steamboats in the Kuala Lumpur

Steamboats or hot pot is a great for those who prefers to cook for themselves in a group. My favourite steamboat restaurant has to be Happy City Steamboat Restaurant – I have not post this yet. The reason why I love Happy City Steamboat Restaurant is because they serve fresh seafood ingredients. The prawns are still alive when it arrived at our table and they are literally jumping trying to get out from the plate. Anyway, here are the steamboat restaurants which I like in random orders. If you have a different list, tell me all about it. I would love to know them.

Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat – NSK Trade City

NSK - Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat

Of all the steamboat restaurants in the Klang Valley, Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat is probably the only one which adopts the market concept whereby customers are given the choice to choose their ingredients before the ingredients are sent to their respective tables. Yes, the ingredients itself and not the ones you choose on printed menus. How cool is that?

Read more: Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat – NSK Trade City

Steamboat Restaurant Hao Jie, Kepong

Steamboat Kepong

Any steamboat “makan” session will not be good if the ingredients are not fresh. What differentiate from one steamboat restaurant to another is it’s ingredients. For a long time, I have been to many steamboat restaurants around Kepong and so far the best for me is Happy City Steamboat Restaurant. Today, I have found another close competitor to Happy City, that is Hao Jie Steamboat Restaurant, which is located further down the street from the former.

Read more: Steamboat Restaurant Hao Jie, Kepong

HoHo Steamboat at Jalan Segambut


This is my second time dining at HoHo Steamboat Restaurant. Previously, we had tried HoHo’s steamboat in Menjalara, Kepong. So this time, we decided to venture further and went to their other Segambut branch. Just like their Kepong branch, they serve the same thing. You can’t go very far in terms of ingredient for a steamboat place like this. Prawns, slices of fish meat, tauhu, some processed meatballs and cabbage are some of the usual ingredients. The Segambut branch serves also fresh crab with roe. This is quite unique as we don’t see this available at any other steamboat restaurants.

Read more: HoHo Steamboat at Jalan Segambut

Steamboat Kitchen Lin Yuan at Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

Steamboat Kitchen Lin Yuan at Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

I have been going around for steamboat recently and Lin Yuan Steamboat Kitchen is one of them. One this special about Lin Yuan is that, not only they serve steamboat meals they also serves chinese cuisines such as crabs and etc.. Lin Yuan also claims that they do not add any MSGs in their soup base.

Read more: Steamboat Kitchen Lin Yuan at Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

Tai Tao Steamboat Restaurant at Bandar Menjalara, Kepong

Tai Tao Steamboat Restaurant at Bandar Menjalara, Kepong

Tai Tao is another steamboat restaurant in Kepong and I dare to say that this is a favourite to many especially the locals. When we arrived at the restaurant at about 8pm all the tables were taken up. This is the only steamboat restaurant which I have seen to have customers waiting even though there were no free tables at all. Lucky us, we just had a wait short wait thanks to some considerate customers.

Read more: Tai Tao Steamboat Restaurant at Bandar Menjalara, Kepong

Thai Bar-B-Q Plaza at 1 Utama

Thai Barbeque Plaza

Thailand based Bar-B-Q Plaza Restaurant currently ranks first in my list of good barbeque cum steamboat style food. Not only their food is good, their advertisement is too. Just look out for their video advertisement they show on the television placed just outside of their outlets. Their menu is actually quite simple. It is the usual stuffs that we can get in any other barbeque plus steamboat restaurant. The specialty here is their sauce.

Read more: Thai Bar-B-Q Plaza at 1 Utama

Nagomi Shabu Shabu Sushi Bar at Menara Hap Seng Kuala Lumpur

Nagomi Shabu-Shabu - Kuala Lumpur

Our recent visit was an invitation to a Food Bloggers Gathering Night at Nagomi Shabu-Shabu Sushi Bar at Menara Hap Seng Kuala Lumpur. Located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the place was easy to get there and are located at :-
Suite 1-19, 1st Floor, The Podium
Business hour is 11.30am – 10.30pm daily
I never knew what Shabu-Shabu means before I went there. I am pretty sure there are many people like me out there. Well, its great that Nagomi actually give out fliers notifying the meaning of Shabu-Shabu to all guest which was a plus point for them I must say. Well here goes, Shabu-Shabu is actually a Japanese variant of hotpot dish, usually served with thinly sliced beef and other ingredients, cooked in a hot pot of boiling dashi (broth) made with kombu (kelp).

Read more: Nagomi Shabu Shabu Sushi Bar at Menara Hap Seng Kuala Lumpur

Patrick Teoh’s Damansara Village Steamboat Restaurant at SS23/10

Patrick Teoh's Damansara Village Steamboat Restaurant at SS23/10

Last week, we took a ride to Damansara Village at Damansara Jaya for a steamboat dinner. This is a steamboat restaurant opened by an ex-radio deejay, Patrick Teoh. Damansara Village sources it’s seafood from Pulau Ketam so you can be sure that the seafood serve here are fresh. There are many choices for you to choose from, from the number of ingredients sets they have on their menu. We opted for the ones with fresh crabs and live prawns. You can also order the more pricier sets which comes with fresh fish.

Read more: Patrick Teoh’s Damansara Village Steamboat Restaurant at SS23/10

Asian Food Bali Barbecue Meat and Poultry Travel

Naughty Nuri’s Warung in Ubud, Bali – Barbecue Ribs

Naughty Nuri’s Warung is famous for its barbecue ribs. Naughty Nuri’s Warung is so famous that people from all over the world would stop at their main branch in Ubud, Bali to try their famous barbecue ribs. Since we were touring around Ubud, Bali, we asked my tour guide to stop us at this little establishment – Naughty Nuri’s Warung for lunch. When we arrived, the place was already packed with people. Many of the customers there are not locals and are mainly tourists. This is possibly due to the word of mouth that Naughty Nuri’s Warung serves one of the best barbecue ribs in Bali. We were very fortunate to find ourselves a table even though the place was packed. We sat just in front, close enough to watch the cooks of Naughty Nuri’s Warung in action.


The ribs were marinated immediately upon order and were immediately placed on the barbecue rack to cook. The secret to Naughty Nuri’s Warung barbecue ribs is their marinate. A big pot of marinate is placed right next to the barbecue rack to allow easy access for the chef to marinate and baste the ribs.


The portion served here is definitely must bigger in Ubud than the one in Kuala Lumpur. A full rack of barbecue ribs is priced at IDR110,000.00.


Each rack of barbecue ribs is served with a slice of lime. The barbecue ribs is great even without the lime. The meat was soft and tender. It was very juicy as well. The cook did a very good job and there was hardly any burned meat or fat.


Other than barbecue ribs, Naughty Nuri’s Warung also serves other Indonesian food. To accompany our barbecue ribs, we ordered their Nasi Campur which comes with two pieces of fried chicken, tempe, an egg, some beans and mixed vegetables. A plate of nasi campur is only IDR35,000.00.


Fried rice with egg is also in the menu at IDR 40,000.00.


Here is the barbecue menu for Naughty Nuri’s Warung. If you prefer something else other than barbecue ribs, you can also order their chicken, sausages, beefs, burgers or beef skewers.


Here are some pictures I took around Naughty Nuri’s Warung.


You can also purchase their t-shirts as souvenirs.


We were very fortunate that our tour guide is very familiar with the roads in Bali. The best part of the trip is that he knows where all the good foods are and the easiest and fastest way to get there.


He had no trouble looking for this place and had included this place as one of the stop when we were going around Ubud.


Naughty Nuri’s Warung
Daging Asap Traditional

JL. Raya Sanggingan (Depan Musium Neka)
Kedewatan Ubud, 80571 Bali, Indonesia
Ubud – Glanyar
Phone: (0361)977547
Opening Hours : 11:00am to 10:00pm

If you do not have the time to visit the main branch in Ubud, you may also try their other branch at Kl. Batu Belig 41, which is on the way to Tanah Lot.

Naughty Nuri’s Warung
Daging Asap Traditional

Jl. Batu Belig 41, Kerobokan, Bali

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