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Bangsar Shopping Centre is unveiling its first ever Asain Food Gallery which by the name of Burp! And it is more than just a food court in the shopping centre itselfKaarage which is the Japanese Style Nuggets is where the chicken meat is breaded and deep fried till crispy to be served. The taste is simply crunchy and crispy with the juicy meat. It is served with 3 pieces of kaarage in the bowl.Price: RM 3.00
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Bangsar Shopping Centre is unveiling its first ever Asain Food Gallery which by the name of Burp! And it is more than just a food court in the shopping centre itself
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Kaarage which is the Japanese Style Nuggets is where the chicken meat is breaded and deep fried till crispy to be served. The taste is simply crunchy and crispy with the juicy meat. It is served with 3 pieces of kaarage in the bowl.
Price: RM 3.00
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Yep, that's how I would describe BURP!- classy yet intimate. And that's a rare description for a food court indeed. But it's true. The nice tables and chairs are positioned at a super comfortable distance away from each other; and if you sit near the huge open windows, you get a really nice view as well The entire place is well-ventilated so you never feel stuffy; and there's large screens with MTV videos aired too. Cool! They have so many stalls for you to choose from- Japanese, Malaysian, Ma
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Yep, that's how I would describe BURP!- classy yet intimate. And that's a rare description for a food court indeed. But it's true. The nice tables and chairs are positioned at a super comfortable distance away from each other; and if you sit near the huge open windows, you get a really nice view as well
The entire place is well-ventilated so you never feel stuffy; and there's large screens with MTV videos aired too. Cool! They have so many stalls for you to choose from- Japanese, Malaysian, Mamak, Hongkie, Western.. have your pick! I love them all...
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2013-05-13 31 views
然后我点了这个泰国的tom yam。这个tom yam的汤头一看就知道很浓稠。有点像是laksa的质感,不难发现里面都是放了很多材料一起熬煮。不过我觉得很不贴心的是,既然里面有那么多虾子,价钱也不是很便宜,把虾壳剥了很难吗?
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然后我点了这个泰国的tom yam。这个tom yam的汤头一看就知道很浓稠。有点像是laksa的质感,不难发现里面都是放了很多材料一起熬煮。不过我觉得很不贴心的是,既然里面有那么多虾子,价钱也不是很便宜,把虾壳剥了很难吗?
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然后我点了这个泰国的tom yam。这个tom yam的汤头一看就知道很浓稠。有点像是laksa的质感,不难发现里面都是放了很多材料一起熬煮。不过我觉得很不贴心的是,既然里面有那么多虾子,价钱也不是很便宜,把虾壳剥了很难吗?
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然后我点了这个泰国的tom yam。这个tom yam的汤头一看就知道很浓稠。有点像是laksa的质感,不难发现里面都是放了很多材料一起熬煮。不过我觉得很不贴心的是,既然里面有那么多虾子,价钱也不是很便宜,把虾壳剥了很难吗?
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2013-05-13 30 views
在这里的特别之处就是可以尝试到不同国家的美食。可以说是应有尽有。试了这个来自香港的烤鸭。外观看起来比起一般的烤鸭黑色一点,外皮吃起来还是保持一定的脆度。肉质也是没有特别惊喜。
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在这里的特别之处就是可以尝试到不同国家的美食。可以说是应有尽有。试了这个来自香港的烤鸭。外观看起来比起一般的烤鸭黑色一点,外皮吃起来还是保持一定的脆度。肉质也是没有特别惊喜。
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2012-10-03 39 views
Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties. Try the Thai: pad thai, specifically, prepared by true-blue Thai citizens. Try the Thai: pad thai, specifically, prepared by true-blue Thai citizens. Cencaru bakar & paru goreng. Burnt hardtail scad & fried lungs? More or less.All in all, it's rare to find such a vast
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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties.
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Try the Thai: pad thai, specifically, prepared by true-blue Thai citizens.
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Try the Thai: pad thai, specifically, prepared by true-blue Thai citizens.
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Cencaru bakar & paru goreng. Burnt hardtail scad & fried lungs? More or less.

All in all, it's rare to find such a vast variety of cuisines in one outlet at Bangsar. For that alone, Burp merits a visit. Business hours: 10am-10pm daily.

Collect a card on entry, have it swiped like a credit card at each stall while purchasing something, then pay for everything only when leaving the premises.

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2012-10-03 3 views
Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties. Start with the Japanese section: Slippery, slurp-worthy mentaiko udon, speckled with roe. Teppanyaki beef rolls. Burp could well be KL's friendliest food court, crowded with enthusiastically helpful folks behind the counters. Moving further south: Johor laksa, aromatic
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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties.
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Start with the Japanese section: Slippery, slurp-worthy mentaiko udon, speckled with roe.
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Teppanyaki beef rolls. Burp could well be KL's friendliest food court, crowded with enthusiastically helpful folks behind the counters.
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Moving further south: Johor laksa, aromatic with herbs & coconut milk.

All in all, it's rare to find such a vast variety of cuisines in one outlet at Bangsar. For that alone, Burp merits a visit. Business hours: 10am-10pm daily.

Collect a card on entry, have it swiped like a credit card at each stall while purchasing something, then pay for everything only when leaving the premises.

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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties. From Hong Kong, with love: Roast duck. Burp's food is well executed and tough to critique; nothing extraordinary, but consistently enjoyable. Sticking to Malaysian fare the rest of the way: Claypot chicken rice with egg. Portions are hearty, but prices are at least 50 p
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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties.
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From Hong Kong, with love: Roast duck. Burp's food is well executed and tough to critique; nothing extraordinary, but consistently enjoyable.
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Sticking to Malaysian fare the rest of the way: Claypot chicken rice with egg. Portions are hearty, but prices are at least 50 percent higher compared to neighborhood stalls.
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Mamak is a must-have: Nasi kandar, flooded with a flavorsome combo of curries.

All in all, it's rare to find such a vast variety of cuisines in one outlet at Bangsar. For that alone, Burp merits a visit. Business hours: 10am-10pm daily.

Collect a card on entry, have it swiped like a credit card at each stall while purchasing something, then pay for everything only when leaving the premises.

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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties. Yong tau foo. The fantastic four: brinjal, bitter gourd, lady's fingers & chili. Remembering my hometown: Malacca-style char mee, a source of sweet-savory stickiness. Meaty murtabak, made to order for maximum satisfaction.All in all, it's rare to find such a vast variet
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Burp: 1. To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth. 2. A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth. 3. A food court in Bangsar Shopping Center that supplies a smorgasbord of Asian specialties.
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Yong tau foo. The fantastic four: brinjal, bitter gourd, lady's fingers & chili.
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Remembering my hometown: Malacca-style char mee, a source of sweet-savory stickiness.
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Meaty murtabak, made to order for maximum satisfaction.

All in all, it's rare to find such a vast variety of cuisines in one outlet at Bangsar. For that alone, Burp merits a visit. Business hours: 10am-10pm daily.

Collect a card on entry, have it swiped like a credit card at each stall while purchasing something, then pay for everything only when leaving the premises.

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Chicken Satay - RM13.50 / 10sticksI'm pretty much a satay lover, where each time I'm at an eatery or buffet, if they serve satays I would be first in line to get it. The Chicken Satays served in Burp! Asian Food Gallery were pretty good and filling. 10 sticks just was not enough for me, but I knew I had to leave some space for more food to come. The price is slightly higher than the one I normally had at the hawker stall. But the patty is thick enough for the price of RM1.35 per stick.
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Chicken Satay - RM13.50 / 10sticks

I'm pretty much a satay lover, where each time I'm at an eatery or buffet, if they serve satays I would be first in line to get it. The Chicken Satays served in Burp! Asian Food Gallery were pretty good and filling. 10 sticks just was not enough for me, but I knew I had to leave some space for more food to come. The price is slightly higher than the one I normally had at the hawker stall. But the patty is thick enough for the price of RM1.35 per stick.
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Tom Yam Soup - RM10.50The Tom Yam Soup at Burp! The Asian Food Gallery is special as it is served in coconut shell. Normally only restaurant will served tom yom soup in coconut shell. And fast food outlet will served this kind of soup in plastic bowl. The dish came with huge chunks of seafood like squids and prawn and vegetables. The taste of the soup is really authentic tom yam taste. It is spicy, sour and sweet. It served well with plain rice. Served inside a coconut, I guess that makes it mor
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Tom Yam Soup - RM10.50

The Tom Yam Soup at Burp! The Asian Food Gallery is special as it is served in coconut shell. Normally only restaurant will served tom yom soup in coconut shell. And fast food outlet will served this kind of soup in plastic bowl. The dish came with huge chunks of seafood like squids and prawn and vegetables. The taste of the soup is really authentic tom yam taste. It is spicy, sour and sweet. It served well with plain rice. Served inside a coconut, I guess that makes it more unique.
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Hotplate Mushroom Chicken Yee Mee - RM7.90Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee is my wife favourite dish. Each time she enters any food gallery would be the Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee. The one in Burp! Asian Food Gallery came with huge chunks of mushroom and chicken. Be wary though as more often than not, this dish will leave you feeling rather thirsty after the meal. The sauce of the yee mee is too salty but served well with egg.
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Hotplate Mushroom Chicken Yee Mee - RM7.90

Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee is my wife favourite dish. Each time she enters any food gallery would be the Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee. The one in Burp! Asian Food Gallery came with huge chunks of mushroom and chicken. Be wary though as more often than not, this dish will leave you feeling rather thirsty after the meal. The sauce of the yee mee is too salty but served well with egg.
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Chicken Katsu Don - RM10For those who yearns for Japanese cuisine, Burp! do have a Japanese cuisine stall, which I got to try their Chicken Katsu Don. The breaded chicken was pretty good, although not as great as the ones we get at standalone Japanese restaurants. For RM10 per dish, it won't break the bank. As you are served with enough chicken meat with the price of only RM10. The chicken is being added with some chilli powder to add flavour to the meat. Hence it is a bit of hot while you eat.
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Chicken Katsu Don - RM10

For those who yearns for Japanese cuisine, Burp! do have a Japanese cuisine stall, which I got to try their Chicken Katsu Don. The breaded chicken was pretty good, although not as great as the ones we get at standalone Japanese restaurants. For RM10 per dish, it won't break the bank. As you are served with enough chicken meat with the price of only RM10. The chicken is being added with some chilli powder to add flavour to the meat. Hence it is a bit of hot while you eat.
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Giant Prawns from the Mamak Stall - RM15Burp! Asian Food Gallery has a Mamak stall as well, where one could get their favourite dishes with rice. I never try any giant prawn from any mamak stall. Since this is the third time I been here, I thought of giving myself a try on their giant prawn. I ordered their huge prawns just because it looked really tempting. The taste of the prawn is not so satisfying as the flesh is not fresh enough. I think maybe the overcooked. But the flesh is well marinated
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Giant Prawns from the Mamak Stall - RM15

Burp! Asian Food Gallery has a Mamak stall as well, where one could get their favourite dishes with rice. I never try any giant prawn from any mamak stall. Since this is the third time I been here, I thought of giving myself a try on their giant prawn. I ordered their huge prawns just because it looked really tempting. The taste of the prawn is not so satisfying as the flesh is not fresh enough. I think maybe the overcooked. But the flesh is well marinated as it had a lot of seafood flavoured as you ate it.
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Kaarage which is the Japanese Style Nuggets is where the chicken meat is breaded and deep fried till crispy to be served. The taste is simply crunchy and crispy with the juicy meat. It is served with 3 pieces of kaarage in the bowl. The chicken meat is indeed tender and crispy as well which I love the most.Price: RM 3.00Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee is where the meal is served in hot plate and it is served together with slices of mushroom as well as the cutted chicken meat. The yee mee is in
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Kaarage which is the Japanese Style Nuggets is where the chicken meat is breaded and deep fried till crispy to be served. The taste is simply crunchy and crispy with the juicy meat. It is served with 3 pieces of kaarage in the bowl. The chicken meat is indeed tender and crispy as well which I love the most.
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Hotplate mushroom chicken yee mee is where the meal is served in hot plate and it is served together with slices of mushroom as well as the cutted chicken meat. The yee mee is indeed very crispy and the taste is indeed delighting with the authentic taste of the crispy fragrant noodles with it. I am simply indeed fall in love with the delights.As for the chicken, the meat is indeed tender as well.
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