Showing posts from July 10, 2011

Porridge King

People call this place as porridge king as they serve porridge with all choices, including abalone and scallops. Of course, the price is so much different with original porridge.

But for me, I don't feel like having any porridge for the day. Luckily they have other food as well. Overall, I think the food here is quite ok. There's way too much ajinomoto though. I think that's how they tries to make the food taste 'better'.

Anyone know the name of this shop?

"Ma Lak" Noodles at Life Cafe

This is the first time I've step in this cafe and I must really say that I like the environment. It is very casual and comfortable. For those who long to catch up some chit chat with friends, this could be the place for it.

My colleague says that the 'malak' noodle here is nice. For those who can stand to eat spicy food, you can try out this one. I order the medium spicy as I want to taste at what point is the 'hot' of the meal. Hahaha...
 For those who can't eat spicy food, of course, there's other choice.....

Kimbay at The Spring

I guess not writing for quite some time had make me speechless in what I want to write in my blog. Hopefully, those who use to stop by my blog is still stopping by. Hope you're not annoyed by my short posting too.

We went to Kim Bay again at The Spring. I remember the last two visits here, I find that the food doesn't taste good. Trust me - if I say no, I really mean the food doesn't taste like what I expect (as the price is not cheap)

This time, I can see the portion is much more. That adds a point to it. BF order his nasi lemak rendang. He say its quite a lot and he couldn't finish them. lol ...

I order the simplest food of all - chicken ham sandwich as I don't feel hungry at all. Side orders is BF lovey dovey menu - tom yam soup

Overall, I still thinks that there's room for improvement. The food just so-so. If I am to choose, I would prefer much more to dine at Kimbay @ Hills