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2015-09-05 68 views
Since it was a Friday night and my friend wanted to spend some time together at a nice restaurant. With that in mind, we decided to brave the KL traffic and headed straight for KLCC and went straight to Chinoz which had been renovated a year or two ago with a whole new menu.And once we were at the entrance, we were greeted by staffs who were very polite and also attentive, if not a little too much so at certain times. It was a little after dinner time so the crowd was next to minimal so the ambi
And once we were at the entrance, we were greeted by staffs who were very polite and also attentive, if not a little too much so at certain times. It was a little after dinner time so the crowd was next to minimal so the ambience wasn't too crowded or noisy, almost borderline overly romantic with the dim lighting.
But we proceeded to order our food as we had been starving. Not too pleased with what we were seeing on their mains, we decided to order their appetizers as tapas style instead so we can share and try many different things.
But for the price that we paid that night, this dish was a big disappointment. Although the meat was soft and tender there was also a lack in seasoning, plus resembled quite like pre-bought rather than in-house made. Plus the sauce was not well seasoned so we weren't a fan of this plate very much.
But the bread was soggy as if it wasn't toasted, aubergine & spinach mixture was very oily plus was super desperate for some seasoning and all around bad. We both took one bite of our bread and turned our noses from it for the entire night. Surprisingly enough, something so easy could also be such a failure.
Safe to say these two dishes really needs to be worked on because they were not cheap and could be gotten much better elsewhere without such a steep price tag on it.