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Level4 2012-11-02
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Tricky to find, but not a bad stop if you crave a hearty, affordable Spanish meal. This might be the Klang Valley's first Spanish buffet outlet, with mostly cold tapas & pinchos spread over a counter, alongside hot stews & freshly grilled food. Many of the selections seem fairly authentic, despite the absence of pork. Lotsa beans, tomatoes & potatoes, with unexpected ingredients such as ox tongue & tripe. We piled our plates with hearty stews. Tender chunks of lamb, beef, chicken. Paella is sometimes available on order (included in the buffet price). Brimming with prawns, clams & mussels, though some of the seafood could be fresher. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-20
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Whenever you dine in here, La Gomera Restaurant will give complimentary Zarzuela to every table that is worth RM32. This seafood broth is served in a little wok and every ingredient is cooked there. You can see prawns, fish meat, squids, mussels, clams and scallops swimming in this reddish dish. The broth is full of natural sweetness from the abundant seafood that is actually quite appetizing. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-02
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This Spanish restaurant is quite hidden IMO. If you're coming from LDP, turn left into the junction heading to Damansara Perdana, then turn left again at the first traffic light and the building will be on your left. Not sure if there is a different entrance into this area called Neo Damansara though.First impression: cosy, quiet environment and could be a really nice place to have afternoon tea. Currently, La Gomera is having a lunch promotion at RM10.00 only (RM11.00 inclusive of tax). By paying RM10, you get to choose a type of soup or salad as your starter, one main course and one drink (tea/coffee/iced lemon tea/orange cordial).Fish & Chips. Quite small portion, and the fish fillets looked rather big pieces due to the thick flour coating them. Fries are ok, nothing to shout about. I guess this dish is not worth ordering, opt for pasta or chicken is better. continue reading
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Level1 2012-03-25
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Went there for the Set Lunch that was cheap for a soup + salad that you get from the soup + salad bar yoursef. There are 2 types of soup: Chicken Soup and Mushroom Soup. As for the salad bar, there are eggs, tomatoes, corns, sauces, lettuces, potato egg salad, etc... For each set lunch, you get a drink of either ice lemon tea, orange or 2 other choices that I forgot. Then you get to choose 1 of the selections be it pasta or pizza or rice (i think). I requested Pasta Alfredo. My bill was RM11 including tax. The pasta is supposed to come with a creamy sauce BUT the sauce wasn't that creamy and i personally felt is not enough and the pasta is not cooked perfectly. And it came out really plain and lacked of presentation. The service is not good too. continue reading
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