Tofu Cheesecake – RM12.50 Love this light & airy cheesecake with a subtle sweetness & a hint of tofu taste.
Saba Lunch Set at MYR19.80++ (price stated on receipt with 10% service charge and 6% GST) or MYR21+ (price stated on menu with 10% service charge) = MYR23.10 nett with wo big pieces of Saba fish. Drinks are not included in the set.
I'm so envious....how I wish I have such a nice and affordably priced Japanese eatery a stone's throw away from where I live. That way I don't really need to travel for a good Japanese meal. Everything I had I enjoyed thoroughly but the Wagyu Don and Grilled Garlic Clams are two dishes not-to-be-missed here. Hmmm, now what shall I have the next time?
Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog! Today, I'll be sharing with you about HK Boy Cart Noodle 香港仔车仔面 that I'd been to about a few weeks ago. What's so special about HK Boy Cart Noodle? If you're a fan of Hong Kong street food and you know your bank account doesn't allow you to fly to Hong Kong in a short period of time just for food, you might as well fix your cravings here at HK Boy Cart noodle, where authentic Hong Kong local food can be found!
Verdict: 1. The taste, ambiance and service here are reminiscent of the old-school Hong Kong coffee shops. So mostalgic and if you have been to Hong Kong, this is the place to relive your good memories there! 2. Taste wise, it is acceptable for both young and old. Not bad! 3. To be honest, the dishes come in really petite sizes— big eaters would probably need a few portions to fill the stomach. But looking at the price range, I have no complaints at all.
Overall, the taste of food here are still satisfying, but I found that the taste of most of the food here are rather bland. I personally prefer strong taste food, else the food here are very good. The portion of food is also quite big. Pricewise, this is definitely a nice place to visit, especially for budget meal. Recommended dish(es): Charcoal Hollywood Burger, Carbonara Pasta All items are subject to 5% Service Charge and 6% GST. Taste: 7/10 Ambiance: 7.5/10 Service: 7.5/10 Hygiene: 7.5/10 Value For Money: 7.5/10 Overall: 7.5/10
Dakgalbi, also known as spicy stir fried chicken is not a new phenomenon in KL. We first noticed Uncle Jang in Bandar Mahkota Cheras when it first opened a couple of years ago. Everytime we drive past, I would tell Hubby that I want to try it, but it kept getting put off as we usually go for Korean BBQ as the food is more kids-friendly.
Very comfy and cozy environment...
Grey N Blue, set forth with a rustic setting featuring Western fusion dishes alongside a special vegetarian menu specially catered for vegan folks.
Cheese Chicken Chop, Spaghetti Vongole, Braised Tofu Minced Chicken with Rice and The Bomb are the signature food and dessert you should not miss out when you visit Grey N Blue.
The taste is pretty good, the taste of the sauce is spot on, they are pretty generous with the eggs in the sauce, the fresh water prawn is fresh and it is worth it. What we felt is missing the fragrant of the Chinese wine, maybe a spoon or two more will enhance the flavour of the sauce.
When I came here, I was hoping expecting it to be better than Anne Elizabeth since there's marination in their meats but, ultimately, it turned out to be worse. Maybe the other meats (and pasta dishes) will fare better or, better still, take no risk, and go with the 'as is' items like sausages, bacon and ham. In the end, we couldn't bring ourselves to finish any of the food (except the mushroom soup). I'm afraid this will be my one and only visit as this did not sit well with me.....at all...from the meats to the sides to the sauces (that I tried)! :'( Perhaps (and hopefully), you might have a different and better experience. I like the concept of "we pick, they cook" and I'm always on the lookout for these type of places offering good and affordable grilled meats....but alas, my search continues.