The experience at Mighty Monster was good enough but ultimately forgettable. However, this is one of the few places to get western food at MyTOWN Shopping Centre. MyTOWN is overwhelmingly Asian restaurants and cafes, and I’m just not feeling that kind of food often. The menu at Mighty Monster has enough tempting dishes that we would consider eating here again.
Overall cook noodles and sadly 3 slices of duck meat for real? Im paying RM 26 and I get 3 slices of duck breast meat which not even half of a full size duck breast meat.
Mighty Duck Ramen (RM 28) A hot bowl of ramen comes next where the sous-vide duck breast in peking marinate, 63 degree Celcious egg, goba roots, crispy Chinese broccoli and freshly made Japanese noodles in a miso based broth topped with the wakame salad.
Food was absolutely fantastic!! Definitely returning and recommending to everyone!
Goobne Chicken is known as Korea No.1 Oven Roasted Chicken is open their first store in Malaysia, which is located at MyTOWN Shopping Centre!
Cheese Fondue Chicken RM61.90 This is a very sinful dish! Sweet and spicy boneless roasted chickens on a bed of cheese, twirling the gooey cheesy around the chicken while heat up. Oh my god! can you imagine the hot cheesy covered the flavourful chicken in your mouth? It was so nice!
Nasi Lemak PEEL ROAD
Loaded my plate with fried chicken, sambal sotong and mutton curry. All the dishes went well with the rice, which was creamy but subtle. I can see why the chicken is so popular – extremely flavourful (not just on the skin but on the inside as well), addictively crunchy on the outside whilst being tender and moist on the inside. The mutton curry was not gamey at all and not too spicy; while the sambal sotong had a nice sweet and savoury tang to it with just enough kick. Two plates cost us RM15, which is very reasonable imo considering its a meal in the city centre.
Verdict Overall there was simply nothing bad to say about Peel Road Nasi Lemak. It tastes much like the conventional nasi lemak but with a little porky twist. The variety of side dishes can be a little overwhelming and the prices are fair due to it being a road side stall.
I love their waffle with 2 scopes of ice cream (i tink only RM21), you can choose from 62% dark chocolate ice cream, 80% dark chocolate ice cream, milk chocolate ice cream etc. My favourite is their darkest chocolate ice cream, it looks like charcoal color, and a lower cocoa percentage. So good. MUST TRY!!!
Single Origin Dark Chocolate Ice Cream (RM 21) One of a MUST to order here is. Taste the different flavour profile of three single origin dark chocolate ice cream. The ice cream which is being showcase includes 64% Madagascar, 70% Dominican Republic and 72% Venezuela. In here; you will actually get the different taste of each chocolate ice cream and you can judge them with the acidity, fruitiness, bitterness as well as the intensity of the ice cream.
There are four types of soup to choose from - shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, miso and kimuchi. We went for the shabu-shabu and kimuchi. From the Healthy Bar, you will find different types of mushrooms (enoki, Eryngii, shitake, oyster), vegetables (spinach, lettuce, pak choi, leeks, corn, Chinese cabbage, carrot), tofu, udon, shirataki noodles, lala clams, sausage, fish cake, fish balls, and much more. You can also help yourself to the sushi at the bar. Suki-Ya is an all-you-can-eat place, so help yourself to anything you like. The price is RM31.90++ for adults and half price for kids for lunch (11am-5pm). There will be a RM2 surcharge on weekends. For dinner, price is RM39.80++. Kids under 4 eat for FREE. Buffet time is 120 minutes.
I also bought a peanut butter, blueberry jam burger to try like I said I would. The menu price is MYR 19+ (6% SST = MYR 20.15 nett). Surprisingly, the blueberry jam goes well with the beef patty but the peanut butter gives out oil that felt like it could give me a sore throat so I don't think I will eat this burger again.
This time, I order the OHana again with mild sauce. Next time I will request to omit the sauce because it is too flavourful. I will try the peanut butter, blueberry jam burger next time.
Portobello mushroom and pineapple burger (no meat) - MYR 17 nett. Look at the thick mushroom - so tasty!
Verdict: Food was above average and the unbeatable wallet friendly price tags. I only wish Ume Tei is nearer to me. ~>_<~
We ordered Beef Steak set and Sashimi set both paired with garlic rice (you can opt for white rice too), love the dipping soy sauce with cut cili-padi (always goes well with the grill beef). This has definitely been adjusted to suit local taste buds.
This pared down version of a bigger restaurant has really whetted our appetite for the larger one, and we’d be very happy to go back here. Simply, we didn’t have a dish we didn’t really enjoy. There are a few decent places in MyTown, but this is the best so far. Highly recommended.
We ordered two dishes - a grilled tilapia fish at MYR 28.50++ (5% service charge and 6% SST = MYR 31.63 nett)
The Nasi Ayam Goreng Kunyit set @ RM7.50 (with teh o ais) is the most popular dish and it should be the first thing to try if you are new here. Compared to the other ayam goreng kunyit (usually dry and tough) that you get at the usual Malay tomyam restaurants, Mat Rock’s version is evidently juicier and prepared with fresh chicken. Not too salty too!
A pack of long fries at MYR 9.50 nett. Long fries are basically thin and long sticks made from the same batter as churros. I chose nacho cheese sauce instead of cheddar cheese or spicy sauce because I did not want a spicy sauce and when I asked the cashier on the difference between nacho cheese and cheddar cheese, she said that nacho cheese sauce is salty whereas cheddar cheese sauce is creamier and on the sweet side and I prefer salty. The long fries taste similar to yao zhar kwai (chinese cruellers) but is crispier. I did not count how many sticks there are in the pack but I think there are about 10 sticks.
Original Churros RM5.90 Flavour : Cinnamon / Chocolate / Cheese Dipping Sauce (+RM1.90): Chocolate / Cream Cheese / Butterscotch / Blueberry Cinnamon churros is the bestseller of Street Churros, it is my favourite too! Every churro is dusted nicely with flavour powder.
I personally feel that the Filling Churro is more enjoyable as the creamy filling melts in the mouth as we bite through the crisp piping hot churro. Again, my favourite is the lightly Cream Cheese filled churro, which is slightly more savoury but not overpowering. Good to try even if you may not be a fan of cheese.
I do have a favourite prawn mee in PJ which I've not gotten round to blogging about coz I've not had that prawn mee in quite a while. However, this is still a very decent prawn mee...but was it better than my favourite prawn mee in PJ? Hmmm....if I remember correctly, that one had a more intense prawn-flavoured broth but I won't commit until I've had a more recent tasting of that prawn mee to confirm that the quality is still as good as when I last tasted it.
Recently, my weekends were spent on hunting for prawn mee. Among the many prawn mee that I have tasted in the course of this search, I felt the one that I had at Restoran Xang Kee is worth recommending. This coffee shop is located in Taman Maluri, Cheras and some of the other popular food here include Western food and XO seafood noodle. In fact, the XO seafood noodle is a branch of Kepong’s.
My Personal Opinion There's no doubt that this place does indeed serve up a good plate of Hokkien mee. The Cantonese-style fried noodles weren't too bad either but could be better if the noodles had more charring to give it that in-depth smoky flavour.
Dried Meat Fried Rice (Small), 13.90 ringgit. The Dried Meat Fried Rice – delicious. The dried meat here is in reference to pork meat, the dried and sweetish kind? It makes for an excellent addition to a fried rice. The fried rice itself is cooked the usual ‘Chinese’ style, simple yet delicious. Add in bits of them sweet, chewy pork meat… yum!
Taste wise the dark and luscious Hokkien Mee (S) @ RM9.90 was excellent with a good amount of textures from the crunchy pork lards. It was incredibly tasty with an in-depth smoky and rich flavour, not just sweet or salty.
All in all, the waffle was just like how I wanted it to be, the thick kind. Therefore, when I have a chance I will definitely revisit to try more waffles 🙂
Famous for their waffles, the Owls Cafe from Bukit Jalil has opened an outlet in MyTown. We’ve been to their original outlet, and found their waffles to be among the best in Klang Valley.
4 of us celebrated a birthday with the Palsaik 8 flavours pork belly BBQ set at MYR 128++ (10% service charge 6% SST = MYR 148.48 nett). This is a must try for pork belly and K cuisine lovers.
个人偏爱红酒和辣酱口味， 咖喱口味因为咖喱粉的关系有些苦涩， 大蒜口味用的是油脂太多的五花肉。
At Palsaik, the eight distinctive flavors of pork belly we offer are ginseng, wine, pine leaves, garlic, herbs, curry, miso and pepper paste.
I wasn't impressed with any of the desserts I tried here. In fact, I pretty much want to forget it altogether. You probably might not be sampling the same dessert platter since the choice of these 8 petite portions changes depending on what the chef puts out. Hopefully, the next time you're there, the pastries selection tastes much better than it looks.
Pretty on plate in Taman Maluri Cheras is a patisserie dessert café is one place that would not disappoint any sweet tooth or fine dining lovers. With their ultimate selection of indulgent desserts, the menu is crafted with the finest and freshest ingredients in mind.
For a cafe-hopping experience that is a bit out of the ordinary, Pretty on Plate offers that and more. As this is still the first week of operation for them I believe there would be ongoing changes. Service is welcoming and attentive. My concerns? 1. The price is a bit steep for the plated desserts; considering the portion served. While I understand that (1) quality ingredients are used, (2) every plate is prepared upon order similarly to a fine dining restaurant, (3) every component on the plate is painstakingly made (some via technologically advance methods), the average customer might not be able to fully appreciate such details. 2. The brioche wasn’t as rich (buttery) as its name suggested and I thought it might have tasted better warm; versus hard and cold. Now imagine a buttery warm brioche with cold ice cream.. mmmmmm… 3. Aaron had said there will be more desserts in the coming weeks and I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the creation of some unconventional desserts; perhaps something of a signature that will set Pretty On Plate further apart from other cafes. No doubt the plated desserts concept is uncommon, but the 5 varieties offered centered around berries and chocolate (with the exception of key lime) which I thought was rather safe and universal. That said, I wish Aaron and his team all the best and many thanks for having me!
Personally, I was impressed by their Penang Famous Prawn Mee @ RM13.90 because the soup had a fresh and deep prawn flavor. This is by far the best tasting Penang style prawn noodle I have had in any cafe/restaurant in KL, moreover a halal one
We have eaten at the Sheng Kee branch in MyTown Mall a few times and the food tastes fine but this time the food does not taste as good as before so I guess it will be our last time there. Sui Gao and Char Siew wanton mee in soup at MYR 17.90++ (10% service charge and 6% SST = MYR 20.76 nett).
If you are big fans on pork belly, be sure having Sheng Kee’s braised pork rice (梅菜扣肉饭) RM16.90 featuring steam rice topped with braised pork belly slices and Muy Choi (preserved cabbage). The braised sliced pork is succulent juicy while combined with a fragrant aroma of Muy Choi, tastes even more delicious if mixing them all together before starts digging in.
SK Signature Combination Noodles (Dry) - MYR 18.90++ (10% service charge and 6% GST making it MYR 22.05 nett). The combination food items are: BBQ pork (Char Siew), 3 Wantons and 2 Sui Kow dumplings. My friend did not like the gravy of this noodle - she says that the gravy tastes as if it has a budget version of sesame oil in it but the texture of the noodles is nice - soft yet springy. A small bowl of broth accompanies this dry noodle dish.