This post will be about food (halal and non-halal) that I had been eating during outings for the past few days/weeks. Hope you will enjoy this post!
Little Taiwan, Midvalley Megamall
Had breakfast here with Wai Loon before watching
$$$ spent: around RM17
Sushi Zanmai, The Gardens
After the movie, we had our lunch here. Since it was a Saturday, it was packed. We sat at a table in the inner part of the restaurant at one of the tables with U-shaped couch. I dislike the environment since the walking space is not so big that sometimes you have to give ways to others to pass. Furthermore, a lamp which hung above was killing us with its heat. =/
$$$ spent: around RM50
Kluang Station, One Utama
Had dinner here after work. Was looking forward to this place since i've read good reviews on it.
$$$ spent: around RM25 =/
KTZ Food, One Utama
The best dessert at this place is the Mango Loh, which to me, fell short of expectations since the mango was bruised and the loh tastes a bit sweet and bland. However, towards the end of digging into the loh, the flavour however improved, but it was too late.
Sweet Chat Cafe, Midvalley Megamall
EC brought me here after a dinner in Yoshinoya. EC likes the Durian Pancake so I was quite excited to try! After ordering and paying at the counter, we were given a numbered-stand with our receipt stuck to it to be displayed on our table.
The Durian Pancake came in 3 kuih-sized pieces. I recommend this to all durian lovers!
The cream is oh-so delicious and not only that, there's also durian flesh inside the pancake sheet! The pancake sheet sort of melts in your mouth that you end up chewing the flesh only, which is not a complaint whatsoever from my side. =D
Being a greedy bitch I was, I force-ordered a Sago Cendol. It was a bad move since the dessert was not sweet enough for me and some of the cendol were still frozen! The santan (coconut milk) taste was quite strong too. It tasted better after being mashed and mixed up.
$$$ spent: around RM14
Wendy's Bistro, Dataran Sunway Mentari
(the last time i saw it around Sept 2008, it has changed its name to something else, so i'm not sure if it's the same restaurant anymore)
Went for a late lunch after lepaking at Sunway Pyramid awhile. We braved the storm for this restaurant to find that the place was customers-less! I guess everyone got stuck at home/other places due to the storm.
For the drinks, we opted something simple:
While waiting for our food, we could view the cook whipping up our dishes (since there wasn't anyone else there)!
EC had the Mixed Platter which consists of pork belly and pork ribs in special sauce served with mashed potatoes, delicious coleslaw (mescullin salad written on the menu), 2 slices of tomato and chilli sauce.
The belly slices was just average but the ribs were so good and tender! It's not chewy or tough and the sauce complimented it well!
I had the Grilled Pork Chop with the same sides but instead of chilli sauce, it was served with apple sauce, which tasted peppery and creamy. The pork chop was dry and the apple sauce served its duty to counter the dryness. Oh! Oh! The apple sauce goes well with pork ribs! Try it!
We ended our meals with a scoop of Mövenpick Maple Walnut ice-cream!
The ice-cream tasted like vanilla ice-cream laced with caramel (it must be the hardened maple syrup) with walnut bits. Nothing much to say except for, "We picked the right flavour! Wheeee!~"
$$$ spent: around RM73
Okay, that's all for now. Leaving you all with a shot of Sushi King's Spider Roll, which is soft shell crab and veggies wrapped in sushi rice and seaweed. One order of this is enough for a meal on its own so if you would like to feast on other things, be sure to share it, ok?
Till then, see you at the next post!