It goes without saying that finding a car park is near impossible…
If you are jockey fiends like we are, you might want to use the valet parking around the Garden’s main entrance side because the Mid Valley valet is useless.. always full.
soon, the heavy stuff arrived…
we were just getting warmed up…
We sank our hungry jaws into it.
It kinda leaked sauce.. rather than GUSH… hmmm… rather disappointing… we would rather have gush than leak, Mr. chef.. honest… not as succulent as we would have liked.
Still, for an average of RM15 per dish, what can you expect… But still, we wouldn’t mind being charged more, if only the XLB was of better proportions/succulence..
At this point we should have stopped… however we didn’t, and by the time the prawn with salted egg arrived, we were bursting at the seams…
I just had an epiphany of sorts at this point.. i realised that “ham-tan” i.e. salted egg, fried with ANYTHING, tastes good.. salted egg crab, prawn, lizard, snake… whatever… etc etc….
Must be all that cholesterol… killer yum man..
And with that, we reached the end of our meal.. thank God.
So what was for dessert?
Apparently, according to the waitress… the papaya comprise the colorful bubbles that blanket the top of the layer cake…
So cute… didn’t even taste like papaya.. but there you go!
My friend commented that he would return with his wife, for sure, as this place serves way better food than i-dragon…. also, being non-Chinese and all, they don’t speak a word of, let alone order in Chinese. So this place is heaven sent, because the menu is in English! With pretty pictures to boot. And the portions are small, therefore 2 people won’t be forced to order just one dish and a soup… They can actually have the works:)
So, perfect.. innit?
Food : 7/10
Service : 6/10
Ambiance : 4/10
Price : moderate, averaging rm15 per dish
MSG level : low