Lucky Cuisine Restaurant- Trying 22 Dishes!

Hollaaa everyone! I’m lucky to be invited once again to Lucky Cuisine Sichuan Restaurant once again for their ala carte dishes! There are a total of 22 dishes that we’ve tried and I have narrowed it down to Top 3 Sichuan dishes and Top 3 of classic Chinese dishes which I personally liked. Please note that this is personally to my own liking and tastes, you might think differently. 

Let’s get it started! Here are my TOP 3 Sichuan Dishes: 


Sichuan Pickled Cabbage Fish

 TOP 1: Sichuan Pickled Cabbage Fish

Why? I love spicy food, that includes tomyam, sambal, belacan etc. I love the spicyness of this soup and the tangy sour taste that it gives. It is very appetizing at the same time refreshing. This is my first time trying it and I’m absolutely hooked to the taste! Can’t stop going for more rounds for this soup. 


Steam Spicy Pork Belly

TOP 2: Steam Spicy Pork Belly

Why? I love the ‘ma lat’ sauce with pork belly. It fits perfectly, such a good combo shouldn’t be missed. Give it a try and you will see what I mean! =)


Stir Fried Shredded Potato

TOP 3: Stir Fried Shredded Potato

Why? When the dish first came, I didn’t really noticed or pay much attention to it as it looks like a typical vegetable dish. But then I soon found out that it potatoes shredded to thin slices! I absolutely love the uniqueness and creativity of this dish and it taste so delicious!


ChongQing Spicy Chicken

ChongQing Spicy Chicken

ChongQing Fried Chicken with Hot Chilli

ChongQing Fried Chicken with Hot Chili


Stir Fried Pork Intestines with Pickles Pepper

Stir Fried Pork Intestines with Pickles Pepper


Stir Fried Shredded Pork with Special Sauce

Stir Fried Shredded Pork with Special Sauce


Boiled Beef with Hot Chili Oil

Boiled Beef with Hot Chili Oil


Aromatic Spare Ribs

Aromatic Spare Ribs

Now, my favourite classic chinese dishes~

Stir Fried Bacon with Garlic Bolt

TOP 1: Stir Fried Bacon with Garlic Bolt

Why? I love the delicious pan fried crispy bacon and it goes perfectly well with the garlic bolt.


Sweet & Sour Pork

TOP 2: Sweet & Sour Pork

Why? I absolutely love the tangy sweet and sour sauce which compliments the fried pork cutlets perfectly. Simply one of my all time favourite chinese dish!


Butter Prawns

TOP 3: Butter Prawns

Why? Strong aroma of the delicious melted butter with fried prawns with shells easy to peel off. What more could you ask for? Yummmsss!


Griddle Cooked Chicken

Griddle Cooked Chicken

Griddle Cooked Prawns

Griddle Cooked Prawns

Stir Fried Cabbage

Stir Fried Cabbage

Stir Fried Yao Mak

Stir Fried Yao Mak

Deep Fried Dory Fish with Celery

Deep Fried Dory Fish with Celery

Stir Fried Eggs with Tomato

Stir Fried Eggs with Tomato

Fried Hong Kong Kailan

Fried Hong Kong Kailan

Braised Eggplant with Chili Sauce

Braised Eggplant with Chili Sauce

Homestyle Beancurd

Homestyle Beancurd

That’s all peeps! Hope you find this review useful! Let me know in the comments below if you’ve been there and what is your favourite dish from Lucky Cuisine Restaurant?

Special thanks to Racheal, Founder of Foodilifecious and Ivan, owner of Lucky Cuisine Restaurant for the exclusive invite!



Jalan PJU 5/12,
Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia


Closed every Monday
Open from 11am to 11pm
Rest time: 3pm to 5pm


+60 3-6140 7755




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[Iridescent Food] TTDI MURNI CAFE

ttdi murni cafe

Hollaaa everyone! Missed me? Sorry I have not been posting as often as I’m quite busy recently. Thank God for foood! Special thanks to Racheal founder of FoodiLIFEcious and Mr. Ronnie & Mr. Jason for hosting us at TTDI Murni Cafe. Without further ado, let’s get started!!

So, I’m sure all of you know about the famous Murni mamak right?  However, this is not the same as your regular Murni mamak as it  was handled by new management, they revamped their outlet and menu which is suitable for everyone including muslim friends!

A cafe that has a variety of Malaysian, Malay, Chinese, and western dishes.What more could you ask for, right!? Let me introduce to you my favorite Top 3 dishes from the cafe~~~~

TOP 1 Cucur Udang, RM8

My TOP favorite! Their signature Cucur Udang~! I’m sure most of you that have ate cucur udang ( also known as prawn fritters) before know that it has flour inside with shredded carrots & vege & prawn. This is my favourite as it is different from normal cucur udang. It is very crispy & has very minimal flour. Love the crunchiness of the dish.


chicken picatta

TOP 2 Chicken Piccata, RM17

I like the crunchy Chicken Piccata, For those of you who don’t know what Chicken Piccata is, it is nothing more than chicken breast cutlets, dredged in flour, browned, and served with a sauce of butter, lemon juice, capers, topped with my favorite spaghetti of all time = Aglio Olio. Great combination!


chicken chop

TOP 3 Black Pepper Chicken Chop, RM17

I love their black pepper sauce. Though some might say that it is too spicy, but it was just nice for me. <3


Curry Laksa RM11


Kam Heong Chicken Rice RM12


Mee Rebus RM11


Nasi Goreng Kampung, RM9



Char Kuey Teow, RM10



Aglio Olio With Turkey Ham, RM15


Overall, we had lots of fun & catching up with friends! Plus it’s super near to One Utama so it’s great to catch a bite before watching movie. =D

Ambiance: 8/10
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Spacious place to have events/ chill with friends 



78, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuaa Lumpur, Malaysia


Mon – Sat 11.00 – 21.30hr (Closed on Sunday)


Tel: +60 3-7732 4106 






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Lucky Cuisine Restaurant 吉祥料理

Lucky cuisine dishes

Hollaaa everyone! Are you a fan of Sichuan food? There are few ways to spell ”Sichuan”, which includes Szechwan, or Szechuan. For all of you who don’t know about Sichuan cuisine, it is a Chinese cuisine originating from Sichuan province in southwestern China. It consists of bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from a wide range use of garlic and chili peppers as well as the unique flavor of the Sichuan pepper. I was invited to try out their delicious Sichuan food in Lucky Cuisine!

lucky cuisine

So, now that you know more about Sichuan cuisine, let’s get started on the dishes! Lucky Cuisine Restaurant have a wide variety of Sichuan dishes for you to choose from plus they have Sichuan Steamboat as well! Lucky Cuisine Restaurant caters for those working adults as well as families that would like to eat their popular Sichuan dishes.

lucky cuisine spicy diced chicken rice

Spicy Diced Chicken Rice

lucky cuisine spicy chicken rice

Sichuan Style Spicy Chicken Rice

lucky cuisine Minced pork rice

Minced Pork Rice

lucky cuisine mapo bean curd rice

Mapo Bean Curd Rice

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Sweet & Sour Pork Rice

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Yuan Bao Meat Ball Rice

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Spare Rib Rice

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Beef Rice with Mixed Vegetables

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Beef & Potato Rice

lucky cuisine fried rice

Fried Rice with Slice Pork & Egg

lucky cuisine fried rice

Fried Rice with Luncheon Meat & Egg

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Diced Chicken Rice With Cashew Nut

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Fish & Meat Slice Rice

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Chong Qing Watery Chicken Rice

We really enjoyed all the dishes that was served. However, I would have to say that my TOP 3 favorite was the Mapo Bean Curd Rice, Spicy Diced Chicken Rice and Sweet & Sour Pork Rice.

Have you tried any Sichuan dishes before? Let me know what is your favorite at the comment section below!

Sweet & Sour Pork Rice interior

The interior of Lucky Cuisine Restaurant has a very cozy & traditional style. Love all their detailed decorations including the bamboo trees which really makes the place homey.

Be sure to check out Lucky Cuisine’s lunch sets as they consists of all the dishes that I listed above! P.S Remember to try my Top 3 Favorite dishes & let me know what you think about it. 😉

Sweet & Sour Pork Rice

Plus, they also have Parent’s Day Special Set Menu for you to bring your family along!

Parent’s Day Special Set Menu (4-6 pax) for Lunch/Dinner
FREE Imported Gyoza & Imported Sichuan Tea 1 pot

Promotion started from 6th May 2017 – 30th June 2017 (everyday except Monday)


Special thanks to Mr Ivan, owner of Lucky Cuisine Restaurant & Racheal, Founder of Foodlifecious. We all had a blast!

[IMPORTANT] Only for Iridescent fans!

I will be giving away 2 Lucky Cuisine RM50 Cash voucher to 2 lucky winners!

All you have to do is Follow my Instagram & Like my FB page & comment down below so that I know you participated!


Jalan PJU 5/12,
Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia


Closed every Monday
Open from 11am to 11pm
Rest time: 3pm to 5pm


+60 3-6140 7755


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[Iridescent Food] Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton

Hollaaa everyone! Introducing Mak’s Chee, famous with its 100-year old recipe from the Mak’s Family, is set to open its second outlet at Pavilion Elite, a new wing of Pavilion Shopping Mall to the public on 1st May, 2017 following the huge success of its first outlet which was opened at 1 Utama last year.  For those people that love Hong Kong wonton noodles, need not fly to Hong Kong anymore as Mak’s Chee has an outlet in One Utama and now, Pavilion as well!

The difference between Mak’s Chee authentic wonton with our local wonton noodles is that Mak’s Chee wonton is made out of 99% sea prawns instead of our local wonton using pork meat.


Story of Mak’s Chee 

Mak’s Chee is a quick casual restaurant serving authentic Hong-Kong-style wonton noodles, using a 100-year old recipe from the Mak’s Family.  The Mak’s Chee recipe is originated from a street-side eatery in Guangzhou before World War II by Mr. Mak Woon-Chee, known as the King of Wonton.  The war brought the Mak’s Family to Hong Kong and Woon-Chee’s lineal descendants carried on the recipe and tradition since then.

From there on, the Mak’s name grew in popularity in Hong Kong and the “gold fish shaped” wontons and the special homemade noodles received Michelin’s Bib-Gourmand title.  The recipe was complimented by a long list of famouspersonalities such as the Former President of the Republic of China – Chiang Kai-Shek and Former First Lady Soong May-Ling, the infamous food critic Chua Lam as well as renowned American chef, author & TV host Anthony Bourdain.

Authentic Wonton Noodles

So, now that you know the origins of Mak’s Chee, Let’s move on with the mouth watering pictures of fooooood!


First of, presentinggg~~~ my favourite drink from Mak’s Chee,


Mak’s Chee Champion Milk Tea

Absolutely love the taste of it. Rich in it’s milk tea flavour, one of the best I’ve tried. 🙂


Noodle with Sweet & Sour Pork

Braised Beef Tendon/Brisket Noodle Soup


Sea Prawn Wonton in Soup

All of their dishes are delicious, noodles texture are just nice for me. Tho I would have to say I really liked the Braised Beef Tendon/Brisket Noodle Soup… slurrrrppp !

That’s not all!

Yes, There’s more!

In conjunction with the opening of its second outlet, Mak’s Chee is introducing a new, delectable and authentic limited time promotional dish – Swiss Chicken Leg, to cater the busy working professionals, tourists and families alike.

Swiss Chicken Leg

“Slow-cooked with sweet soy sauce and a variety of herbs and spices. Btw, despite the name “Swiss,” it is unrelated to Switzerland, and indeed a local Hong Kong recipe” Gary Crestejo


Deep Fried Wonton

mak's-chee-swiss-chicken-leg-with-rice    Swiss Chicken Leg Rice with Sunny Side-up Egg

Mak’s Chee is always currently having promotion for this dishes at RM9.90 per plate from 4th May to 31st July, 2017.

Apart from the promotional dish of Swiss Chicken Leg to commemorate the opening of business at Pavilion Elite, Mak’s Chee is also having a special Weekly Half-Priced (50% discount) Promotion!

  • Week 1: 4th – 10th May, for Signature Wonton Soup/Dry Noodle
  • Week 2: 11th – 17th May, for Beef Tendon & Brisket Soup Noodle
  • Week 3: 18th – 24th May, for Sweet & Sour Pork Dry Noodle
  • Week 4: 25th – 31st May, for Dumpling Soup/Dry Noodle


Ambiance: 8/10
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Great place to bring your family & have great bonding time 😉

Mak’s Chee Outlets

One Utama – 1Utama – Lot 311D, Level LG, New Wing (opposite Cold Storage)

Pavilion Elite- Lot 7.101.02, Level 7, Pavilion Elite (next to Toys R Us)

Mak’s Chee Facebook 

Opening Hours – Hours 11:00AM – 10:00PM

Contact- 03-7722 2788

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[Iridescent Food] Kouzu Malaysia, TTDI

Hollaa everyone! I’m back with a new food review. Kouzu, located at the center of TTDI neighborhood, along the street with other cafes nearby. A mixture of Japanese Tapas Bar & Restaurant, known as Japas.

Parking was quite easy to find as we were lucky to find one right in front of Kouzu. Though weekends might be more crowded as more people come out to chill & dine in Kouzu.

Kouzu Interior



One thing that we’ve noticed when we walked in is the colorful Japanese styled- manga paintings on the walls of the restaurant which we really liked!


Hot green tea for me as I didn’t want to drink anything cold plus it’s better for digestion for all of the food that we will be trying~ ^^

Kouzu Food


Sashimi Salad

My personal favorite appetizer from Kouzu. Perhaps because I’m a big fan of sashimi & I like it as they are fresshhh!


Roasted Pumpkin Salad

An alternative for people who don’t eat sashimi/raw fish. Pumpkins are nice & crunchy, just the way I like it. But of course nothing beats the sashimi, at least in my opinion (teehee).


Pan Seared Tuna Foie Gras

Lovee the texture of the tuna, it is cooked just right combine with the foie gras, at first I thought it was a rather an unusual combination but when I tried it, it blends together very well.


Baked Roll Sushi 

    Think cheese baked rice + sushi roll. What more can I say?                                         Oishiii!


Creamy Baked Oyster

Total of five delicious succulent oysters covered in cheese topped with masago.. delicious! Enough to share around with your friends (or do I mean friend?)!


Stoned Grilled Sirloin

How often are you served with sirloin steak on a grilled stone served with potato cubes with a sprinkle of herbs & spices on top?  Tender, juicy, deliciousss! One of my personal favorite & for a reasonable price! Definitely a MUST try!


Japanese Escargot Pizza

 Good snack to chill with your friends with a glass of beer. Crunchy escargot & look at the massive toppings! Yums!


Salmon Pizza

Another choice of pizza topping, Kouzu’s 4 inch Salmon Pizza. The size is a bit small for me, but great finger food snack. 😉


Sanuki Udon

My favorite pasta dish here! Think aglio olio + udon! A Must try for pasta lovers. Appetizing & a lil bit spicy which I absolutely love~


Ishiyaki Stoned Bowl (Donburi)


Sashimi Top Avocado


Grilled Truffle Beef

Ishiyaki Stoned Bowl (Donburi)– the most fulfilling comfort food in Kouzu. Topped with tender unagi, scallops, vinegared prawns, capelin roe & a runny egg, all perfectly proportioned. As for the Sashimi Top Avocado, well, its sashimi again. Anything sashimi is my favorite! Last but not least in the donburi category, is the Grilled Truffle Beef. Absolutely tender or juicy! The picture tells it all. One of the best Beef donburi I’ve eaten. =)

Kouzu has also a wide range of Yakitori, consisting of Wings, Sirloin, Rock Lobster & Shitake. All very delicious & suitable for snack & chilling. Kouzu’s best seller, the Sirloin Yakitori & also my favorite among all of them!

Pair Kouzu’s Japas food with a wide selections of drinks to chill & dine!

Kouzu Drinks


Feeling thirsty after looking at all the pictures that I tooked.


Take a look at Kouzu’s private dining room! So cozy! You can book this place with a minimum of 6 pax. First come first serve!


Ambiance: 8.5/10
Food: 8/10
Verdict: Friendly service, nice & casual place to dine in & chill


Check out Kouzu’s Mother’s Day Menu staring from 12th May!


Special thanks to Mr Andrew from Kouzu & Ms Racheal founder of Foodilifecious.

Find Kouzu Malaysia

18, Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 1,
Taman Tun Datuk Ismail
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Call 03-7733 9309

Opening Hours:

4.00pm to 1.00am

Opens everyday

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