Butty Boy Cooks

If you love hunting for cafes, i’m sure you’ve heard of B.Land. It’s been quite popular recently after a few cafes made their opening and it became an instagrammable worthy place too. I decided to go for Butty Boy Cooks as their menu attracts me more i guess, mainly because of the Mouse Bait Cheesecake. It’s just so cute!

Industrial concept cafe and this is how their main entrance look like.
Straightforward menu with no photos.
Signature Cheesy Mouse Bait Cheesecake – RM22. I picked Matcha flavour because it’s from Niko Neko.
Pesto Scallop Spaghetti – RM35. Huge scallop, taste so-so for me.
Tomyam Seafood Fried Glass Noodle with Udang Galah (upsized) – RM47. This is really good! I think they are good in Thai dishes so if you have no idea what to order, go for Thai dishes.
The other entrance and outdoor area which is temporary closed.
When’s the last time you see a pinkish sky?

Butty Boy Cooks
Lot 9, B.Land, Lot 2, Jalan 51a/225, 46100, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 011-5406 6649
Opens daily from Mon-Sun, 10.30am-10pm
https://www.buttyboycooks.com/

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Gien Jia 挑食

I met a Taiwanese friend when i was working in Macau and we got close during the few months of together-ness. We wanted to plan for a trip together but it didn’t work out because i had quit the job and returned to Malaysia. But we planned to meet again in Taiwan and here it is!

This place was picked by her and she even paid for the food, thank you Ling Ling! (:

French, Italian, Seafood concept restaurant.
The modern Taiwanese presentation.
Appetizer: Grilled vegetables.
Appetizer: Soup of the day.
Side Dish: Daily oyster.
Main Dish: Sauteed squid / ink sauce.
Main Dish: White fish risotto.
Main Dish: Special omelette.
Dessert: Creme Brulee

Gien Jia 挑食
No.80號, Zhongzheng 4th Rd, Qianjin District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 801
Tel: +886 7 288 5252
Opening hours:
11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm
https://www.facebook.com/GienJia/

(Reservation required)

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Kampung Buli Sim Sim

Kampung Buli Sim Sim is a water village on stilts, where the original settlement Sandakan grew from. It lives the local fishermen families in the wooden houses and was separated into chinese and the malay village distinguished by the bridges. There are a few seafood restaurants located in the village, as well as some small hawker restaurants.


The famous seafood dumpling, something different (:


Local famous tourist restaurant, 88 Sim Sim.

Kampung Buli Sim Sim
Jalan Buli Sim Sim, 90000, Sandakan, Sabah, East Malaysia

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