Thursday, August 1, 2013


Received this lovely postcard from Ms Sharon Lim of Somewhere in Singapore Blog.  Thank You Sharon, it is pleasure to "know" you through our blogs.  
And that's what I like about internet, I get to "know" some wonderful people, they are such skillful cooks who share their recipes without hesitation with such professional  photographs that had me drooling just looking at the food  and lastly  some are eloquent writers that when I read about their travels, I feel that I am walking along with them! Besides reading which widen my vision and renew the passion of cooking, I can also re-create  (or shall I say copy) the recipes myself and hence introduce my daughters to different varieties of food.  It is also a challenge to me as I  find myself concocting dishes or baking something which I have not done before. Best of all, it has brought the mother/daughter relationship closer as we try out different cafes and restaurants around town. 

We dropped by this cafe  for a quick (read fast) dinner as we were rushing for the soap workshop.  We were early for dinner as the place was empty except for another table.  

Kimbap- tasty and not unlike sushi  

Kimchi stew served with rice/noddles - spicy but delicious

Meat Dumplings Soup -soup was good but the dumplings were a bit salty.  
banchan consisting of kimchi, cucumber salad and anchovies - not sure whether these were refillable.  

Korean wall decorations

Of course the ever present TV with Korean pop video playing on and on.

Price reasonable,  food good and delicious  and service efficient and prompt.
The cafe is clean and so were the restrooms and spacious (this is important in an area where cleanliness and hygiene have been highlighted in the newspapers).

Kimchi Mom 
No. 42 Jalan SS 2/66
47300 Petaling Jaya.

Enjoy your weekend!


  1. Good afternoon Elaine...

    Nice to know you thr blog...

    The sushi tempted me, hehe...

  2. Good morning Sharon
    Great to meet you through the blog too!

  3. Hi Elaine, one of the fun part of blogging is we get to meet friends from all over the world, we change cooking/baking tips, cultures and recipes too.
    Nice to meet you too.

    Nice environment to dine and the food look good.:)

    Have a nice day.

    1. Good afternoon Amelia
      It is sure great to get to know you too. Lets keep learning and sharing.
      Have a great week.