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06.12.2012 | 實實在在

[Volume 7 Issue 12, #1620]
依家啲餐廳都會洗好多錢喺餐牌上, 所以好多時候見到餐牌上嘅食物而眼前一亮, 直到真正嘅食物送上時, 我哋都為之大失所望.. 佢哋最有利推卸責任嘅理由, 當然非「只供視覺參考用」莫屬啦.. 不過呢間 海雲軒 就係眾多日韓餐廳之中, 我認為最實在嘅一間.. 食物係完全同餐牌上嘅照片一樣(可能仲更加好添), 而且價錢公道, 食物味道同餐廳環境服務都算得係中上等級.. 以上呢份RM13.90嘅set lunch, 雖然係一般嘅炸雞配炒飯, 但係誠意十足, 又有煎蛋又有開味菜又有沙律又有甜品雪糕又有綠茶, 呢個價錢都算相當親民啦.. 最緊要係食得我好鬼開心好鬼滿足, 呵呵!! 誠意推薦俾各位讀者.. :)
restaurants nowadays spent lots of money on their menu, hence many times we are really fascinated by the food we see on the menu, only when the actual thing is served, we are all totally disappointed.. the best excuse they have, "for illustration purpose only" of course.. however this haeun khon is amongst the many japanese/korean restaurants that i find very genuine.. the food look exactly the same as they are on the menu (if not better), the price is also reasonable, food and service are also above average.. the set lunch above at RM13.90 may be just simple fried rice with fried chicken, but one may feel pampered with the generous fried eggs, appetizer, salad, ice cream and green tea that come along.. with such a price, i would say it's really "incomplainable", more importantly i was so happy and satisfied with this set lunch, haha!! my hearty recommendation to all readers.. :)
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59 comments:

  1. Good morning, SK, everyone!

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    1. Good afternoon SK and everyone.

      I was at Tanng Sifu just now for our lunch. This time I carefully ordered 2 main course and 2 drinks. It costs RM51. Ok lah! Cheaper than my past few days meals with my girls only.

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  2. Looks delicious and for that price too.

    I was at Manhattan Fish Market the other night and they too serve up food that is close to what their menu says.

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  3. Woow... yummy pic for this wonderful morning :)

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  4. Good morning, peeps!! Happy Thursday, SK~

    Food post! I came from Lina's food post and now my eyes are being served with this! And I haven't had my breakfast yet!! So hungry that I could eat a horse right now~~

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    1. I punya post ok wert... Plain bread only. Hahaha

      Almost 9am already and you haven't eaten breakfast yet? Aiyoh... Lambat already. Got time to makan or not?

      My breakfast for this week is 1 banana and a handful of assorted nuts. Kemyang till lunch. :-D

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    2. No, no, I read through the whole page and stuck at Raimie's birthday treat. You didn't see me leaving any comment there because I could not continue anymore. I'm too hungry!!

      So, I tried to divert myself here and guess what I saw? Food again! Ah Hua faints~

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    3. hahaha kesian Yvonne. :-)

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  5. Haeun Khon? A hybrid of Japanese and Korean restaurant? The name sound so Korean~

    I don't really like Korean food, must be something to do with the kimchi-related name. Just like some people like to relate Japanese food with wasabi :)

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    1. It's a pity wor to limit oneself like that. Korean food has plenty of diversed cuisine that do not have kimchi in them.

      Just like Japanese don't serve all their good with wasabi.heh heh

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    2. I find the Japanese and Korean menus a bit funny sometimes. They do promote each other's food in their menus.

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    3. Yea the name sounds more like Korean name...

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    4. anay, tonite can makan pasta with kimchii at Pasta Zanmai. With oysters. Yummy. :-D

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    5. Lina wants annay to eat oysters tonight?? Goodness, later he'll eat hot mama after getting horny!

      Pasta Zanmai is a hybrid of what? Western, Japanese and Korean? So fusion!

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    6. Still at Pasta Zanmai, I thought we have changed to food court.

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    7. What food court???? Seriously ah... got change venue ke????
      Wei wei... I dunno wor. HELP! HELP!

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    8. this one is the one u recommend punya ka in Amcorp Mall, SK?

      Change venue? got meh? Whole day i tarak read msg leh.

      food court whre can talk HHBC and see "free show" at next table last night...kekeke

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  6. RM13.90 can be considered cheap for a set meal, it comes with appetizer, salad, ice cream and green tea.

    I had just tried the new menu at Sushi King - something like fried salmon with egg and onion served on steamed rice and it already cost me RM13.90! Oh ya, I had FOC green tea too =__=

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    1. I don't step into Sushi King anymore unless I'm with someone who really wants to eat there.

      Tarak nice la.... :-P

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    2. Not much choice here, when I'm craving for Japanese food, I have to visit either Sushi King, a local Japanese restaurant or another local Japanese restaurant. Price wise, all almost the same.

      I don't really enjoy Sushi King but it seems that this franchise is the strongest of all. My favourite Genki Sushi went into silent years ago and other franchises don't want to open up their opportunity here.

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    3. memang cheap lor of it is set meat for RM 14 like that . if order ala carte sure it's more than that.

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  7. "for illustration purpose only", I've seen this statement many many times already and it's quite frustrating to learn that they are indirectly cheating the unaware customers.

    And they purposely print the font smaller, so that the uncles and aunties with old flower eyes cannot be able to detect it. Kids do not bother to read, they just order!

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  8. To make the dining experience worse, some of the food come "out-of-proportion" - just like the burger in my favourite fast food outlet. The vege drops in the box, the sauce drips excessively and so.

    They don't respect the food and their customer by serving such horrid food out!

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  9. Talking about the menu, some restaurants change their menu seasonally. It's a marketing strategy in order to attract the customer to return. Re-branding or something like that.

    And some customers are adventurous enough to try new things, so when they see something different on the menu, they'll go for it. Er, I'm one of them, kekekeke~

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    1. The menu is actually for illustration purposes only so we can't expect exactly the same. I like to try new food displayed on the menu too.

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  10. I'm a snail when come to posting comment, and I left my first comment 30 minutes ago. But how come NO ONE comes and interrupts me today? So quiet and cold here.

    HHBC is preparing for its first grand dinner, so I understand the disappearance of its members :p

    But the rest?

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    1. Good morning, Yvonne! You're on a roll this morning. Good to see you back spamming here. haha..

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    2. Good morning! Looking at the fried rice above makes me hungry. I'm going to take my brunch straight away.

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    3. Good Morning Mulut Manis Ah Hua! I am here. Busy today. Send mak to hospital to operate her eye. Now spamming. Tonight dinner. Wah! Busy day!

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    4. This morning all hhbc worn out la from whatever happen last night . Ate too much oyster LOL...

      I breakfast also belum makan leh...


      alamak...wrong wor...this is yesterday post right?

      Errr...means morning all hhbc busy make up getting ready for meet up la.

      Me pulak whole day at BBWS. tarak time to blog hop.

      At the sale have sell food but very troublesome have to go upstairs and leave our bags at customer service. Duno they have set meal or not there but i heard they have pizza la and fruit juice rm4 a bottle. mahal...wish they have set lunch there. If not today sure they kena scolding from the people going there

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  11. Happy Thursday morning everyone! :-D

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  12. Wanakum! Bananaz's first ever experience eating Dolsot bibimbap at this Korean Restaurant in Amcorp Mall and shall never forget it. So nice and like it instantly its a love at first bite.

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    1. Wah! Bananaz has good taste! The Koreans told me this is the most popular dish amongst Koreans.

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    2. bibimbap is nice. Dolsot are nice because of the crunchiness of the rice at the bottom of the stone pot.

      I love bibimbap. It's eating a balanced meal. Right? All the sayur inside, the minced meat in the sauce and the runny egg. Oh my. Lapar already.

      Must go Ko Hyang makan there 2moro. :-P

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  13. Bananaz loves to eat all the stuff mixed up together we say 'yat wok sook' *one wok cooked* haha. The challenging part is the hot bowl is so hot kena finger burnt and lagi best even after finishing the food the hot stone bowl is still warm.

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  14. Think for those not true to label restaurants should add this in their menu disclaimer which goes like this WYSINWYG..What You See Is NOT What You Get...then we are able to see the word "SIN" in the middle of WY*SIN*WYG which they have committed kakaka.

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  15. Well everything is about advertising to lure people... They will brag anything from food to condos and even prostitutes! When you get the real thing - HORRORS!!!!!!!

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    1. This reminds me of a regular DVD seller who was trying to get my hubb to buy some porno DVD. My hubb scolded him, "Every time say the girl very pretty, pretty. But the actual inside is like KNS!" Kakakaka!

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    2. Who buys porno DVD la.... waste money only.

      Download better! LOL

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  16. I have given up telling the waiters that their food looked different from the menus. Sometimes the photographers used magnifying glass as their lenses!!!

    THAT IS WHY THEIR FOOD LOOKED SOOOOO BIG!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Muahahaha! I have one colleague who went arguing with the waiter because the unagi on her plate appeared to be very small compared to the menu's.

      And that bugger waiter replied, "Yes, it is never meant to be the same, m'dm". You can imagine smoke coming out from my colleague's head!

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  17. Good morning everybody~

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    1. Actually it's like that la, 98% of the restaurants also using this tactic, 'for illustration only'...

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    2. I can accept it as long as the actual presentation doesn't differ so much with the photos...

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    3. 如果是相差到好像天跟地那就很离谱啦~

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  18. Thanks for sharing this haeun khon. It must be at Mid Valley, right? These few days, I have tried out Din Tai Fung, Canton I(again), and Tanng Sifu. Price wise, they are more or less the same. Each set range from RM12 to RM20. I think I kind of like Din Tai Fung. Food there very nice.

    Another day to go, before I leave for home and back to reality.

    I have an awesome holiday in KL. Wake up, breakfast, swim, read blog, go to mall, lunch, then back to hotel, dinner and sleep. How I wish my life is everyday like this?

    I am sure everyone feeling the same when in holiday.

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    1. I also don't know why, I will always went to those Hong Kong and Taiwan restaurant. I seldom visit western, Japanese and Korean restaurant when my husband wasn't with me.

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    2. Oh no! While typing this, I hear thunder so loud. It is going to rain tonight.

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  19. haha that kind of marketing somehow can be consider as a fraud haha
    i mean they were posting some pictures of there dishes way to different than the actually

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  20. this is most prone at fast food chains
    foods appears bigger and yummier on menu and catalog,
    but the real thing were quite disappointing

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  21. but i remembered i saw a video on youtube of mcdonalds showing how they photograph there products,
    they have bought a bigger on their shop rearrange it at there studio and then there we have it,
    an eye drooling photographs

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  22. but I guess some doesnt do like that I remember a TV show featuring food photography i where they
    paint foods up to the point they werent edible at all
    and who has to suffer? the models of that ad haha

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  23. anyways good thing you have found an honest and genuine restaurant
    and i must say that dish you order looks scrumptious,
    indeed mouth watering

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  24. Overall presentation of the foods somehow matters but i guess quality and the taste of the food matters the most
    so even if they were looks exactly the same at the catalog if it taste good i guess thats acceptable

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  25. have a great day and happy bloggin to you sk
    god bless you my friend,
    and please do take the best of care
    chao

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  26. RM13.90價錢公道實惠,值得一試。

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  27. usually if i go makan at restaurant i would choose set also coz cheaper. ya me cheapskate LOL.

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  28. Oh..Amcorp Mall, too far for me >.<

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  29. This trip to KL, I only got to try out food at Pasta Zanmai, Tanng Sifu, Canton-I and Din Tai Fung.

    I love having noodles, so I visited mostly all noodles outlets. Too bad, I didn't go to those dessert outlets like Hui Lao San.

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