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Minired
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Steaks / Chops

Hidden inside the hustle bustle Kota Damansara, there lies a beautiful Bakery Cafe – Boujour Garden with a French concept. You gotta drive your way around the Kota Damansara and beat the crazy traffic in that area to get to this! Don’t worry though, parking is plenty – you gotta pay for it.

The area of the cafe is huge, with an open air concept and plenty of plants around to make up for its French Garden concept. There are plenty of places so you don’t have to worry about not having enough seats. However, the place is surprisingly quiet. I went there during a weekend and there weren’t many people.

This open air concept is wonderful for the natural lighting but it’s somehow not practical in our country. Seriously, architects really need to re-tune their mindsets when designing an open-air concept especially in tropical countries. Sure, we get lotsa natural sunlight, making the entire place very beautiful…. They seem to forget the fact that our WEATHER IS HOT. So yes, honestly, as much as I love the setting, I will never opt to sit outside due to the warm weather, especially the temperature can fluctuate any time. I won’t be able to enjoy my food while sweating like crazy. No thanks!

 
Love Soda RM12

Love Soda RM12

 
I was first intrigued by the photos in the menu as this drink seems to be looking real good. I was so easily conned, I know but then I was in the mood for a good drink so I ordered this. With the mixutre of fresh lemon, strawberries and soda, this drink is really refreshing. One sip into the drink and it will wake you up thanks to the lemon zest that adds the sour yet cooling and rejuvenating. They also add in Strawberry syrup to give counter the sour taste. All in all, I love this thirst-quenching drink. The RM12 was well paid for!
Minestrone Soup RM6.90

Minestrone Soup RM6.90

 
Did I tell you? One of my western style soup would be Minestrone soup. And I don’t know how to tell you how good this soup was from Bonjour Garden unless you tried it yourself! This is definitely one of the best Ministrone Soup I have ever come across this far. There are too many instant Minestrone Soup around, but this is awesome! It is rich, flavourful and Bonjour Garden is also very generous with its fresh ingredients! And I love how it is not overly sour so that I could still taste the different vegetables boiled with the soup itself. The dish comes with simple toast bread which you could dip in. The portion is very generous too. Love it!
Tuna Mayo Sandwich RM9.90

Tuna Mayo Sandwich RM9.90

 
I love how Bonjour Garden is very generous with their food. They definitely put in lotsa Tuna Mayo and vegetables for this simple sandwich. I could have like it better if not for the bread they use. The bread was so rock-hard that we were having so much painful moments just working out our jaws to chew the bread. In the end, I decided to gave up the bread and just finished up the filling only.

From this point, feast your eyes on their breads! We only bought some of them back home as they were pricier than other bakeries, something to be expected as Bonjour Garden is a premium bakery.

Dining in Bonjour Garden is a delightful experience thanks to their overall concept of the place. I love the selection of their breads and how we were all spoilt with their extensive menu. This place is definitely good for friends and family to hang out and spend time together as everyone would definitely find something they love or crave for from their long menus. If you don’t feel like eating, check out their menu on drinks too!

I enjoy my visit at Bonjour Garden. Their servings are generous and the surrounding is clean and comfortable. Despite the many choices of their beautiful decorated breads, we realised that they seem to be lacking in terms of taste. As for the dining menu, I might just come back to revisit again next time to try out their other foods.

 

 

 
Plenty of Cakes

Plenty of Cakes

 
 
Date of Visit: Aug 03, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM20(午餐)

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estherlef
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Ikan Berdiri Kerapu Smile Jul 24, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Indonesian | Restaurant | Halal

Another must try dish is its Ikan Berdiri Kerapu. We always have the usual ‘sleeping’ fish on the plate when served in other eateries so why not having it ‘standing’ this time around? This Deep Fried Standing Fish is simply marvelous as it stands mightily on a bed of salted egg yolk sauce.

Presentation aside, the garoupa fish is crunchy on the outside while tender in the inside, revealing its fresh meat. It’s just simply irresistible with the fragrant egg yolk sauce. It looks like the usual salted egg yolk crab dish but Anggrek Kuring had it with fish and made it affordable and accessible to diners.
Ikan Berdiri Kerapu

Ikan Berdiri Kerapu

 
 
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estherlef
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Ayam Presto Smile Jul 24, 2012   
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Categories : Indonesian | Restaurant | Halal

The first ever dish in Malaysia and available only at Anggrek Kuring is Ayam Presto. Also known as soft bone chicken, the bones of the chicken can be eaten just like that! It is prepared in several stages of marination and other ‘secret’ steps for as long as six to seven hours.

Upon ordering, the chef will fry the chicken and it’s served with bread crumbs-like crunchy bits that goes well with rice. You can feel free to have the chicken just like that without realizing you’re chewing the bones! It is so soft that chewing them is effortless. There are no heavy seasonings on the chicken and it's already flavourful on its own.
Ayam Presto

Ayam Presto

 
 
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Categories : Middle Eastern | Restaurant

Never judge a restaurant by it's appearance - something I learned when I sat down for a meal at Naab recently. I was expecting the usual "nose-in-the-air" environment but I was greatly mistaken. Naab is a fine dining restaurant manned by the very humble.
Hard to miss!

Hard to miss!

 
A warm feeling washed over me as I walked into a cosy lit hall with a friend in tow. The restaurant staff was quick to attend to us with a smile and courteous recommendations. I ended up choosing to sit outside to enjoy the view.
Cosy

Cosy

 
Following the menu, was a complimentary drink - a fizzy lemon concoction with a light minty taste that was so delicious. It was the perfect beginning to a brilliant eating escapade.
Complimentary fizzy lemon drink with mint leaf

Complimentary fizzy lemon drink with mint leaf

 
For starters, we ordered Barley Soup. It has a mild sour taste which is full of flavour. The texture of the cooked barley was very well done. I absolutely loved it!
Barley Soup (RM9.90)

Barley Soup (RM9.90)

 
Naab's signature Hot Bread goes well with the soup. This is freshly baked and a great accompaniment for many of Naab's flavourful dishes.
Hot Bread

Hot Bread

 
Mirza Ghasemi is a perfect example of one of the dishes that is excellent with Naab's hot bread. It is a scrumptious blend of smoked eggplants with cooked tomatoes, garlic and fried egg. If you fancy something light, this would be the perfect dish. In fact, I would go as far as replacing my roti telur breakfasts at the Mamak stall with this healthier version.
Mirza Ghasemi (RM9.90)

Mirza Ghasemi (RM9.90)

 
Food is served with a good sense of flow and timing.

Our order of Chicken with Barberry Rice arrived at the right moment. At first glance, the rice looks dry. What it really is, is soft and fluffy, not the starchy stuff we're used to. Noticing our concern, the waiter brought us some soup - on the house. Although I felt it wasn't necessary, I was pleased with the attention.

The berries give the rice an extra "oomph". The chicken? It's a lovely pairing for this dish with pickles and lemon as an option for an enhanced experience.
Chicken with Barberry Rice (RM26.90)

Chicken with Barberry Rice (RM26.90)

 
The last dish to arrive was Lamb Koobideh - lamb kebab wrapped in hot bread, served with salad and Persian shallot yoghurt. Mild, in comparison with all the flavourful dishes that was on our table but not thoroughly unappetising.
Lamb Koobideh Wrap (RM16.90)

Lamb Koobideh Wrap (RM16.90)

 
Overall, I am impressed with Naab's customer service and the passion they put into preparing their food. This is fine dining at the finest without a hefty price tag.
 
Date of Visit: Aug 28, 2012 

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Madras Lane Yong Tau Foo Smile Dec 26, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Stall / Warung | Yong Tau Fu

The wet market food stall is located in little back lane next to Hotel Malaysia along Jalan Hang Lekir.
The store open at 9am- 2pm (or sold out) and closed on Mondays.
You will hit a long queue during weekend.
The signature for the stalls are the fried foo chok and stewed tofus.
It about RM 1 per piece which is quite affordable.

 
My favorite Yong tau foo at this stall are the stewed tofu,which come very soft inside with a firm skin, the juicy stuffed eggplant,lady finger, bitter gourd with the fish paste inside and the softly bouncy fish ball. Delicious lol

And dun forget with the sweet brown sauce and with the chili sauces together with the yong tau foo.



 
Date of Visit: Dec 19, 2012 

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