Asian Laksa Pasta RM27.90 As this place portrays themselves as an Asian fusion restaurant, I thought it was only appropriate if I tried out one of their Asian inspired dishes. Well, to be honest, I thoroughly enjoyed the sour and spicy flavours of the dish, blame it on my Asian palate. The pasta was cooked to the perfect al dente, and the sauce was tangy and creamy at the same time. It's like your usual Asian dish, but with an added creaminess to it, which to be honest, really complemented each other really well.
Favourite of the night is this Smoked duck breast @ RM 39.90++ Served with creamy potato mash, cherry tomato, sauté seasonal veg & red wine reduction. If some of you does not like slightly strong duck taste, then you might not really enjoy it. It is cook to perfection, soft and slightly pink on the meat. Eat along with the mash is a perfect combination.
Lucky Peaches Eating Hall & Bar offers three special menu; Festival Weekly Specials or Xmas or New Year's Eve 5 course SET Menu from RM118++ per pax, starting 12th December till New Year's Eve
Crispy Sushi Rolls (RM30) This sushi highlights the best of modern Tokyo’s cuisine. It’s wrapped with salmon, asparagus and ebiko before battered in panko and deep fried fried. We like how the nice crisp exterior pairs with the soft salmon fish and crunch of asparagus.
Shoyu Butter Scallop Spaghetti (MYR 38) For any butter lover, you would delight in this pasta naturally- what’s more with juicy and sweet scallop along? Bliss!
Mentai fans can also indulge in the Mentai king prawn (RM32), grilled king prawn with half broiled cod roe. Sweet and juicy.
Verdict: To be honest, the price range was on the higher side but Kenny Hills Bakery is a good place to spend a meal on, nonetheless. A worthy addition to my growing list of breakfast cafe, perhaps I should try their baked good on my next visit.
Roasted Chicken Pesto Pasta at MYR 40++ (10% service charge and 6% SST = MYR 46.40 nett). There are many roasted pine nuts in it so it is very tasty with the pesto sauce and not salty. The chicken meat has a very strong chicken taste.
Reasons to visit Café Deli by El Meson: Portions are generous; bright, relaxed and attractive setting; easy to satisfy many taste preferences; lovely freshly baked pastries; menu suited to all-day-dining; don’t miss the Salad Niçoise.
Verdict: Overall, the food was fairly good which we rather enjoyed it and the ambiance was on point! I’d probably pay a revisit to check out the remainder of the menu, especially the platters.
此餐馆现由国外回流的甘城机师傅 (Chef Kam Seng Kee) 掌厨经营, 他累积多年丰富的烹饪经验, 自创多款赏心悦目并精致美味的中西美食, 还提供口碑载道的经典粤菜!
After smoke and ice comes fire and the Fiery Smoked Farm Chicken (RM68 – half | RM128 – full) certainly light up our table. Torched at table for that extra presentation touch, it was the chook that won our palate at the end. Using farmed corn-fed chicken, the chook has a beautiful smoky note from the smoking process. The meat is tender yet firm while the skin is tight with a light chewy bite. Salty savory notes with an earthy aroma is what makes this chicken so enjoyable.
Verdict: While the offerings were nothing much different with other Korean restaurants, the flavours of the food was put into consideration to decide whether the visit was worthy. The banchan were a little bit disappointed and the food did not mind blowing too (for my both visit). Meat grilling was done at one of the table at the back of the restaurant, but there’s no retractable chimney was in sight, rather poor ventilation I would say. Revisit? Perhaps, not so soon.
The Good Guys Arkadia is also the first outlet in the vicinity to have Somersby, the best-selling cider in Malaysia, by the draught on its tap. For those thirsting for a refreshing and great tasting drink, enjoy Somersby Apple Cider Draught, a sweet and bubbly cider.
Pollo Apollo (RM 30.50) Must TRY! Enjoy the wholesome fresh, hand cut bone-in pork lion grilled on an open flame,and served with a honey ,reduced orange ginger sauce. The dish is absolutely delicious and good. It makes it to our must have dish if we are coming back!
Verdict: As far as the food was concerned, we had no complaints on what we’ve tried on our several visits. Good environment, attentive service, reasonable price range and not far from our home, a place that we would like to visit to further their menu.
We had the Steamed Whole Seabass (RM8.90 per 100g), with Lecoco's signature sauce which is made with coconut nectar, chicken broth, garlic and fresh coriander. Loved the spicy sauce with an appetizing sourish tinge, which paired beautifully with the fresh, meaty fish. We happily devoured it all :)
Lecoco is a new fusion food place inspired by coconut.
Chocolate Waffles As for the Chocolate Waffles, they comes simply beautiful and graced with the addictive chocolate on the top. I am loving the creamy addictive blend of the chocolate at the top and melts in the mouth sensation. The chocolate is sinfully good where I don’t mind for the second piece of waffle.
For something truly special, try the Chocolate Magic Ball @ RM29.50. Just pour the hot chocolate on top of the white chocolate ball to reveal the fruits and chocolate fudge fillings inside.
Verdict: Certainly a worthy addition to my list of favourite cafe for breakfast/brunch. Affordable price (nothing cost more than RM30), decent food, beautiful space and laid-back vibe, we won’t rule out another visit. （＾ω＾）
French Toast here is a twist from the classic, highlighting Anther and Stigma’s very own creativity by having flaky, buttery croissant pan fried, sandwiched with caramelized bananas, seasonal fruits and coconut nectar drizzles.
Overall, the food is not as bad as we read on Google reviews. We understand the food is pricy considering the small portion (that they have informed us while ordering). Some of food we enjoyed is the char siew, kam heong clams, mixed mushrooms and French beans as well as the fried salted egg prawns and their famous Peking duck. Most important part, the kids like the fried rice.