Harga pun kira OK la kot cuma harga air macam mahal skit.
Overall, I found the preparation to be good. Despite being a Halal establishment, they could bring out the original flavours of the dish and it was pretty close to the non Halal version. Huge prawns were added to the dish and the other additions were sliced chicken, egg and Tofu. My rating for this dish shall be 7/10.
Kesimpulannya makanan dia memang sedap sedap. Tapi aku sendiri pun tak tau mana satu yang sedap.
Diners will get the option to choose either the Assam Laksa or Curry Laksa for the Laksa Junior. We went for the Curry Laksa, and it came served in a mini bowl. It was just nice for tea time or for anyone wanting to get a taste of their food. Tastewise, I was pleasantly surprised as it was pretty good - the broth was nicely spiced and rich, and came with chicken, tofu puff, beansprouts, long beans and cockles. Not a bad snack for RM4.90.
The soup itself was quite spicy and the touch of vinegar gave it a sour aftertaste. I have tasted this kind of preparation elsewhere before and this one tops them all. The soup was so authentic and clearly it did not have any artificial flavourings. Another one that you must try here is their Pork Balls. Actually, you can choose from their Fish Balls, Bursting Meat Balls and Pork Balls and I went for the latter since I prefer that. This Pork Balls was really good and the meat was fresh and surprisingly somewhat soft. In total, it was such an amazing dish and my rating for this preparation shall be 9/10.
Restoran cantik tapi servis agak selowwww.
We loved the Cowboy Burger (RM17.50), a special take on their famous 2x2 Burger; the double patties are fried with mustard and topped with caramelised onions, gherkins, lettuce and tomato. Juicy and flavorful, just how a good burger should be! The menu here at Cyberjaya also offer 3 x 3, 4 x 4 and 5 x 5 burger for those who like to go BIG.
Next on is the Chicken Burgers (RM9.50). The patties is a whole piece of de-boned chicken thigh. It has a nice crispy skin on the outside while the meat has a tender succulent texture. The buns that are used for the burgers are home-made by Harley's.
Masih tak mengecewakan aku !
Apa apa pun, Ramadan buffet dia memang terbaik !
The rice which this restaurant is famous for was heavenly. It had such amazing flavours that I was addictively going for it despite having had a full tummy. The best Nasi Arab that I have tasted till date and my rating for this shall be 10/10.
Resto bersih dan selesa.
Another one that we very much enjoyed is their Fried Chicken. It was deep fried to a golden brown perfection leaving the skin crispy and the meat juicy. This is one that would put many of those famous Fried Chicken joints to shame. Absolutely loved it and my rating for this shall be 9/10.
Their Tofu Sambal was really good. Mildly sweet and spicy, the Tofu itself was fresh and as a total preparation, it was very tasty. Similarly, their Mashed Potato was another delight on it's own. If you have been following my blogs for a while, you would have noticed that I would always need to have some curry to go with my rice. Today, that was not necessary as the potato itself went so well with the rice. I would rate both of these at 8/10.
The Mutton Perattal was cooked with lots of potatoes, just the way I love it and it came in some thick gravy. Not much bones and decent lean cuts were used. The spices were perfect too. My rating for this shall be 8/10
The brand is also proud to introduce the “Bell Rice Bowl”, featuring our very own Malaysian-made sambal to cater to the Asian palate; a menu item that is unique to Malaysia. Made specially for Malaysia! Mexican seasoned rice with your choice of protein, sambal, seasoned black beans, pico de gallo salsa and fresh lettuce, along with nacho chips for the added crunch. An all-in-one meal!
Their Nasi Lemak Bungkus is probably two and a half times larger than the standard ones that you would get and the price is RM 3.00 each which I felt to be quite reasonable. Flavours wise, it's very Indian and lots of spices had been used to prepare the Sambal. There were lot's of Fried Peanuts as well and they too were fresh and crunchy. There's a huge, thinly fried egg that covers the entire Nasi Lemak packet as well. This I felt was a tad too thin. If they wanted to limit the egg used, that's fine but don't fry it to such a thin layer as it seems like you don't really get an egg taste to it. Overall, I would say that it was a good packet of Nasi Lemak. Very Indianised flavours and is not to be compared to the Malaysian version of this dish. My rating for this shall be 8/10.