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Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa in Damansara Jaya

Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is a must-visit restaurant for seafood lovers. Located in Damansara Jaya and just outside Atria Shopping Gallery, this restaurant is known for its delicious seafood dishes and ambiance.

Reviews on Google showed that it was first opened and known as New Peng Wah Restaurant. Today, it is rebranded as Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa.

How to get here

There are several ways to get to Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa:

By Car/Grab: If you are coming by car or Grab, you can enter the following address into your GPS or navigation app:

27,29, 31, Jalan SS 22/23, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

By Public Transportation:

  • By MRT: Take the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang line and alight at the Phileo Damansara MRT station. From there, you can take a Grab or a bus to Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa. Alternatively, you can take a short walk to the nearest feeder bus stop and take the free shuttle bus service provided by Atria Shopping Gallery. The shuttle bus operates every 30 minutes from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm daily.
  • By Bus: There are several buses that pass by Atria Shopping Gallery, including RapidKL buses 780, 783, T784, and T786. You can check the RapidKL website for more information on bus routes and schedules.


But the real star of the show is the food. The menu offers a wide range of seafood dishes, including crabs, prawns, squid, and fish, prepared in various styles such as grilled, steamed, or fried.

Some of their signature dishes are the sweet & sour chili crab, kam heong butter crab, salted egg yolk crab, kam heong crab, stew grouper fish head, pandan chicken, steamed otak otak with eggs, signature homestyle claypot brinjal, signature choi heong tofu, and fish maw & crab meat soup / shark fin soup.

Since there were 9 of us, we ordered the below from the menu.

Honey sesame chicken
Stir-fried baby sweet potato leaf
Brocoli tofu with crab meat
Superior soup lala
Stir fry squid and prawns

The service at Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is also worth mentioning. The staff are friendly and attentive, and they always make sure that their customers are well taken care of. They are also knowledgeable about the menu and can recommend dishes based on their customers’ preferences.

Overall, Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is a great place to enjoy delicious seafood dishes in a tranquil setting. The combination of fresh seafood, excellent service, and a serene ambiance make it an unforgettable dining experience. If you are in the area, be sure to give it a try.

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7 Best Franchises in Malaysia

Today, we shall discuss the topic of franchising!

But first, ever wondered: what is a franchise?

A franchise is a business model where an individual or group purchases the right to use a company’s trademark, products, and operating system in exchange for a fee or royalty. It is a practice that is very prominent in the world.

Investing in a franchise

Investing in a franchise can be a great way to get into business for yourself. With the right franchisor and SME loan, starting and running a business becomes less of a daunting task. Franchise businesses are a great source of income when done right!

There are many brand franchises in the world, but if you are looking for a franchise business in Malaysia, here are the 7 best franchises you should consider!

1. Nelson’s

Source: Nelson’s

Nelson’s started with the corn-in-a-cup concept and has since grown to become one of Malaysia’s top brands, with over 1000 outlets in 17 countries. Ideal for the entrepreneurs who are looking for a franchise business with low capital investment, the franchise offers a low capital investment requirement with the following terms:

Initial capital investment: RM15,000 –RM60,000
Franchise fee: RM5,000 – RM12,000
Royalties: Available Upon Request

2. The Soya Shop

Source: The Soya Shop

With a focus on using in-house technology and non-GMO Canadian beans cooked in filtered water with no preservatives and additives, This franchise is a great opportunity for those looking to invest in a franchise with low start-up costs. Here are the details:

Initial capital investment: RM49,000 – RM300,000
Franchise fee: RM12,000 – RM60,000
Royalties: 3% gross sales

3. Tealive

One of the top franchise options in Malaysia is Tealive, a renowned brand that has won multiple awards and has outlets in Malaysia and Vietnam, and have now expanded in the United States! One of the things that set Tealive apart is their impressive record of year-on-year sales growth for seven years in a row!

And that is not the best part! One of the key benefits of becoming a Tealive franchise is the support you’ll receive in various areas, including location selection, construction, operations, advertising, and marketing. With over 50 attractive new locations to choose from across Malaysia, finding a suitable spot for your franchise is made easy. Here is the investment information:

Initial capital investment: RM250,000+
Franchise fee: RM75,000
Royalties: 3%

4. Burger Bakar Abang Burn

Source: Burger Bakar Abang Burn

With over 20 outlets throughout Malaysia, Burger Bakar Abang Burn is one of the most successful burger franchises in the country. To become a franchisee, you will need to invest in the following:

Initial capital investment: RM85,000
Franchise fee: RM15,000
Royalties: 5%

5. Daily Fresh

Source: Daily Fresh

It’s Malaysia’s humble version og Big Apple Donuts Coffee! With over 800 franchise outlets in 15 countries, Daily Fresh is a leading global snack food retailer. As the owner of the largest sweet corn plantation in Malaysia, Daily Fresh has a unique edge in its market segment. Here are the investment information needed for the franchisee:

Initial capital investment: RM85,000 – RM120,000
Franchise fee: RM25,000
Royalties: 2%

6. Each A Cup

Source: Each A Cup

If bubble tea is your thing, Each A Cup might be the franchise for you. One of the most successful and popular bubble tea brands in the Asian markets, Each A Cup more than 100 outlets throughout Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei. With extensive support for franchisees, including training, site selection, design, and recruitment by the franchisor, there are more than these ways that you can expand on this franchise. Here is the investment information:

Initial capital investment: RM100,000+
Franchise fee: RM20,000
Royalties: 5%

7. Hot & Roll

Source: Hot & Roll

Hot&Roll is a rising leader in wholesome baked food products that can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere. With some of the lowest inventory costs and little or no wastage, extensive training and business and financing guidance to franchisees are provided by the franchisor. Here is the investment information of the franchise:

Initial capital investment: RM100,000 – RM165,000
Franchise fee: RM15,000 – RM30,000
Royalties: 5%

In conclusion, starting a franchise is a lucrative business opportunity as long as you carefully consider all the costs involved. Franchising can be more than just about providing products and services, it’s about making your step into the world. With the right fit, a franchise can provide the perfect blend of independence and security, allowing you to turn your entrepreneurial dreams into a thriving reality. The initial investment, franchise fee, and royalties may seem like steep costs. Still, they’re a small price to pay for access to a wealth of resources, including training, marketing support, and a proven business model. So why wait? Start exploring the exciting world of franchising today and find your path to success!

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2022 Year in Review

Happy New Year! Welcome back to another new year with FoodyFans!

Here’s a look back at FoodyFan’s year in review for 2022.

Since the early beginnings in 2014, we’ve grown small, yet incrementally. In 2022, a total of 107 posts have been published.

In the 107 posts, can’t believe an astronomical 40,966 words were written! 

Through the 107 posts, 9,585 visitors visited FoodyFans. To our visitors, thank you very much for not only the 12,064 views but also the 200 likes.

To our fans, likers, viewers, and all visitors – thank you very much for a great and blessed 2022! Looking forward to another fantastic year and 2023 with ya’ll!

Below are the top posts of 2022

What to Eat and Do in Jonker Street Melaka

Jonker Street or also known as Jonker Walk, is the Chinatown street of Melaka. It is an old, beautiful heritage street in Malacca City in Malacca (Melaka), Malaysia. It is a street filled with 17th century historical houses. You can start your journey at either ends of the street. On one end is the Jonker…

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Samfu Nyonya Restaurant at Melaka, Malaysia

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1 Day Trip in Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan

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Japanese Tokyo Ramen @ Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We’re back with another Japanese restaurant in Lot 10 at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. In a previous post, I shared about my tonkatsu cravings from Malaysia to Japan. Tokyo Ramen Tokyo Ramen is on the 4th floor in Lot 10. The 4th floor – J’s Gate Dining – is commonly…

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Robataya Izakaya @ Empire Shopping Gallery in Subang Jaya

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); On the way back from Klang, after a round of Bak Kut Teh? Craving for Japanese food in Subang Jaya or more specifically in Empire Shopping Gallery? There’s Robataya Izakaya in Empire Shopping Gallery.  There are 5 Robataya restaurants in Malaysia: 4 in the Klang Valley and 1 in Penang.…

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Sankaku Market in Otaru, Japan

You can’t give Sankaku Market a miss when you visit Otaru in Hokkaido. It is a down-to-earth marketplace with vendors selling fruits, veggies, seafood, and prepared seafood dishes in this wet market. Where is Sankaku Market It is the closest tourist attraction (200 meters or about 2 minutes walk) to Otaru JR station. After exiting…

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Ramen Bar Shi Shi Do

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Also known as Shi Shi Do Ramen Bar (to me), is in the Gasket Alley. The Gasket Alley is not hard to miss, as it is directly opposite Jaya 1 shopping mall and behind Columbia Asia Hospital – Petaling Jaya. The Gasket Alley is a small warehouse with restaurants, dessert…

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Kwong Wah Ais Kacang @ Section 17 PJ

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We’re back here for another round of desserts and afternoon tea. Kwong Wah Ais Kacang at Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Bringing the taste of Melaka to PJ. Authentic gula melaka Ice Kacang using our secret family recipe handed down through generations since 1939. kwong_wah_ice_kacang Where is Kwong Wah…

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Washoku Japanese Restaurant

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Japanese food is no stranger to Sea Park and Taman Paramount. There are Shokudo Japanese Curry Rice, Waffurus, and Kakiyuki @ Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya. A new addition to the family is Washoku Japanese Restaurant. Washoku is no stranger to Malaysia, as it already has outlets in Sunway, Bandar Kinrara,…

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Bumbu Bali Puchong with Distinctive Balinese Flavours and Cuisine

If you’ve tried Uma Bali in Kota Damansara, why not Bumbu Bali in Puchong?

Bumbu Bali is a contemporary Balinese restaurant that serves distinctive Balinese flavours.

We respect the origin yet we applause the originality

Bumbu Bali

How to Get to Bumbu Bali

Bumbu Bali is not hard to miss as it is a corner shop at Persiaran Puteri 1.

If you’re driving, parking is aplenty in front of the shop and around the block. If you’re taking the train, get on the LRT Sri Petaling Line and then get off at Taman Perindustrian Puchong station.

Watch the development and growth of Klang Valley’s transit system.

Bumbu Bali Food

If this is your first time at Bumbu Bali and want to have a taste of everything, go for the Nasi Campur. It is a combination of Balinese grilled lemongrass prawns, squid, fish, choice of beef or chicken rendang, and sate lilit, served with lawar kacang (beans salad), rempeyek (anchovy crackers), sambel terasi and sambel matah.

However, should you wish to eat a chicken dish – there are 3 types of chicken dishes:

  • Siap Megoreng : Deep-Fried Lemongrass Marinated Chicken with Sambel Terasi. 
  • Siap Bumbu : Balinese Roasted Chicken with Lemongrass Marinate. 
  • Siap Mepanggang : Charbroiled Chicken with Spicy Coconut Sauce. 

As it is a contemporary Balinese restaurant, they also have grilled lamp chop, grilled chicken chop, grilled salmon steak, fish & chips, chicken & chips, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, etc. The western food are served with a touch of Bali. 

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Hello! Have you eaten?

If you are reading this for the first time. Welcome to my blog – FoodyFans.

I’ve always wanted to blog, but I did not know what to blog about. Everyone was already blogging about everything under the sun.

But today, I’ve found a reason to blog and that reason is FOOD. Yes, food.

“Why food? Isn’t it already too mainstream?” you may ask. However, what makes each of us unique is what will make this blog unique.

Through this blog, I’ll be blogging about a variety of foods: financial, emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical foods. As we embark on this journey, we will discover the passion, purpose, and essence of food in all its beauty. Because, there is more to food than food itself.

There is more to food than food itself.

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