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2015-12-03 361 views
Well a friend of mine just open a new restaurant at JB and we drove all the way there to get fat because its for free! The location is quite strategic behind the Angsana JB that will usually have some events going on at the open space field. Well no wonder he has been making a lot of money (trust me).So i pretended to be a normal customer (ehem) and asked the waiter to suggest what are the most famous dishes here. Then, they suggested their carbonara (i have seen a lot of post on instagram abou
So i pretended to be a normal customer (ehem) and asked the waiter to suggest what are the most famous dishes here. Then, they suggested their carbonara (i have seen a lot of post on instagram about their carbonara). Well let see the list of our orders:
1) Lobster : RM160 (refer picture for size)
2) Carbonara: RM20+
3) Grilled beef nachos : RM13.90
4) Sirlion Steak : RM32.50
4) Pasta (sorry forgotten the name)
Now, lets jump in to carbonara. To be honest, i am a big fan of carbonara despite all of my diet list when it comes to carbonara it will be the first thing i would like to try. I admit, at steakout, their carbonara is super duper delicious! The sauce is creamy but with a little bit of spice. I love it instantly.
Lastly, the hero of the menu, LOBSTER, we save the best for last. When the waiter is bringing it to our table, its already looks delicious. So we couldn't wait but dig in afterwards. I can tell you this, it is soft and they cooked well. I am not a lobster expert but i can at least tell whether it is good or not haha. We finished it within half an hour tho it was just a small size (sharing for 4 people).
At night, they will usually open more tables outside because the space is quite limited inside that can only fit around 20 to 25 people. We leave at 8.30p.m and we started to see the crowd. From what i heard, it will always be fullhouse for dinner.
Overall: Not bad for first penetration, awesome food, small spaces