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One of the up and coming areas in Ara Damansara is the Oasis Square which houses a quite a number of eateries to cater to the working crowd as well as the residents of Ara Damansara. I usually patron Old Town White Coffee, and while I was there last week, I noticed a good amount of crowd in a restaurant called Bad Boy Cooks. Hence, I decided to pay them a visit for dinner last Wednesday, expecting to splurge on a good amount of moolah.The exterior was quite nicely decorated, with a menu stand ri
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One of the up and coming areas in Ara Damansara is the Oasis Square which houses a quite a number of eateries to cater to the working crowd as well as the residents of Ara Damansara. I usually patron Old Town White Coffee, and while I was there last week, I noticed a good amount of crowd in a restaurant called Bad Boy Cooks. Hence, I decided to pay them a visit for dinner last Wednesday, expecting to splurge on a good amount of moolah.
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The exterior was quite nicely decorated, with a menu stand right outside for people to browse through. A friendly lady came out of the restaurant to greet us while we were browsing. The price range wasn't very high, averaging about RM15 per person, which was good. They don't have alfresco dining unfortunately. However, the number of tables in the restaurant was quite sufficient to cater to a crowd of about 70 people. There were also some limited booth spaces for those who want a bit more privacy.
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The theme of the restaurant looked quite American, with its plastic chairs and metal tables.
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At first I thought they would serve pork. However, it is a pork-free restaurant, although they do serve alcohol as indicated by the placard of them serving Somersby's apple cider. A pair of Heinz sauces were on every table for those who wanted them.
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A big poster on the wall caught my eye. A cute depiction of an angel king supervising the other angel cooks. Their menu is not very extensive, but good enough for me. There were enough choices, and you can pretty much personalise the dish to your own preferences as there were quite a number of sauces and side dishes to choose from.
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I ordered the grilled fish and prawns. There was a choice of either mushroom, peppercorn or pomodoro sauce. I chose mushroom, as I didn't want spicy or tomato sauce. As the menu indicated, it was basically dory fillet chargrilled with garlic butter and herbs. The ensemble doesn't look colourful, on the contrary, it looked rather drab, no frills at all. However, the taste is something else entirely. There were two good-sized dory fillets, grilled to perfection. The skin of the fish is slightly brown, while the meat is flaky and smooth. The garlic butter and herbs taste was quite apparent, however, the mushroom sauce was slightly more overpowering. Some slices of oyster mushrooms in the mushroom sauce was a good accompaniment. There were three small prawns given, fresh and succulent. No complaints there. It was served with some fries and coleslaw. I like the fact that the fries were slightly overfried, which gave it a superbly crunchy mouthfeel. The coleslaw is fresh, with slices of cabbage and julienned carrots tossed in salad sauce.
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For an additional RM1, I added an iced lime tea, which would've costed RM4 if ordered a la carte. The drink was esentially teh o ais limau. It was refreshing, and not too sweet. Slices of lime gave the tea drink an extra tang. Definitely a good meal for me indeed. With the price tag of RM13 including the drink, it was a very decent amount to pay for real good food. As their motto goes, Bad Boy Cooks Real Food.
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Date of Visit
2013-07-24
Spending Per Head
RM15 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Grilled Fish & Prawns