Sunday, October 16, 2011

*~ Crumbs @ Pavilion ~*

Yay! Crumbs is finally here in Pavilion! I did not manage to have this when i was in Hong Kong. Now, i can have it whenever i want!

Look at all the different toppings available!

House Crumbs was free. Since i opted for a large cup of frozen yogurt, i could choose two more toppings. I had the original mochi and mini meringue. The mini meringue had nothing to shout about. The mochi, on the other hand, was nice to chew with the frozen yogurt. House Crumbs was the best. I think i can just have the frozen yogurt with just the crumbs... and more crumbs... and more crumbs...!

I wanted to have another cup immediately after i finished the first one but bf stopped me. Sigh.

I will be back for more!

And for the scones!

Sunday, August 14, 2011

~* Claypot Loh Shu Fun @ Mama Kitchen *~

At last, bf and i tried the famous Claypot Loh Shu Fun at Mama Kitchen, TTDI. Well, it was not our initial plan. We were supposed to visit the Ramadhan Bazaar but it was raining heavily. Hence, we just gave Mama Kitchen a try.

Claypot Loh Shu Fun (Small - RM7.00)
We love the facts that there was a lot of minced meat and the portion was considerably big even when we ordered a small one. A very good comfort food on a rainy day.

Spinach in Superior Stock (RM8.00)
Nothing much to brag about. Not the best i have ever tried.

Butter Milk Squid (Small - RM12.00)
How i wish the portion could be bigger than this! It was so delicious and i really love how the squids were drenched in the butter milk gravy. Yes! I prefer the gravy version instead of the dry one when it comes to butter milk. Bf and i shared a bowl of white rice just to go with this dish.

We will be back again for more delicious dishes and of course, the claypot loh shu fun. :)

Sunday, June 5, 2011

*~ Ice-cream Fondue @ Baskin Robbins ~*

God! This picture was taken on this year's Valentine's Day! I really have to be more active in blogging nowadays.

So yea, we finally tried ice-cream fondue for once in our life. And, we don't think we will try again in near future. Nothing to shout about. But, i might give it a try again if it is from Haagen Daz. :)

Sunday, April 24, 2011

~* Sinful German Food @ Brotzeit *~

Okay! It was bf's birthday at the end of December last year. I knew bf always wanted to try German sausages. Bangsar Babe's post on Brotzeit at Mid Valley had made up my mind to take him there. I really loved her opinion. Besides myself, i believed that bf would also love whatever she had recommended. So, i did order as per Bangsar Babe's opinions.

We had one Mango Affensaft. Weissbier with mango juice. Suitable for those who would like to try beer but dislike the bitter taste of it.

Garlic Pork Sausages served with sauerkraut and potato to fulfill bf's dream.

Cheese Spatzle. German version of Mac & Cheese. I would recommended to share than finishing it on your own. Otherwise, you would feel "jelak." I like the shallots on top of it :)

Spicy Bacon Pizza. It was totally loaded with bacon bits besides there were also other ingredients such as chili, onion, sliced cherry tomato and cheese. It was a very sinful pizza but i don't mind ordering this again in the future.

We finished everything except for the pizza. The leftover pizza was taken away and become our supper. Bf and i were very satisfied with the meal. If i get a chance to go there again with a group of friends, i will love to try their super long pork ribs!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

*~ The Eve of X'mas Eve ~*

I know! I have been MIA for quite sometime! Let's go backtrack a bit when it was Christmas in December. Well, after having a lunch with my team at Monte' Restaurant and Wine Bar, Bangsar Shopping Centre, i told myself that i would be back. Yes, i was there again two days before Christmas just to hang out with bf and friends when Tao Japanese Buffet was fully booked.

We decided to order a few things from the menu for sharing. I knew that the Escargot would be a must the moment i spotted it in the menu. I like the garlic cream a lot! Other than the escargots, we also had the complimentary buns with the garlic cream. In the end, what left was a squeaky clean metal plate.

Then, we had Fresh Onion soup - baked onion rings with herbs and a layer of melted cheese. I seldom have soup when i dine outside. My boss ordered this during our Christmas lunch. Looking at the presentation, i was so curious to find out how it tasted. This, according to our friend, was more flavourful compared to some coriander soup that he ordered.

Some coriander soup... which i have nothing to shout about.

For main course, we had Carbonara Fettuccine. We really loved the creamy sauce and it was a bit weird to have hard boiled egg but it did not bother us much. However, in my opinion, fettuccine was not the best choice of pasta. Their fettuccine was somehow different than the usual one and i did not really like it.

I thought this clam pasta, which i have forgotten the name, would be nice since few of my colleagues had this before but this is not my favourite. Perhaps, i prefer something more flavourful and/or creamy when it comes to my pasta, ie. Carbonara and Alfredo. We, however, agreed that they were pretty generous with the clams. :)

Bf was into Stewed Lamb Shank. So yea, we had this too for sharing. Okay, the meat was well cooked and we liked how it went along with the mashed potato and gravy but it was not the our top favourite.

Instead, this was the star of the day! Prawn and Chicken Combo. You know what we liked the most? The chicken chop and not really the two prawns. We polished the plate like how we did it to the Escargot.

All these came up to RM161.00 which was very reasonable. I was glad that our friends were satisfied with the food there and considered coming back here again.