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mokkymok
This is mokkymok living in Puchong Jaya. I am a Audit/Tax Assistant, work in Puchong Jaya. I like to hang out in Puchong Jaya, Bandar Puteri, Bandar Sunway. Thai, Japanese, Western variety, Korean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Café, Restaurant, Roast Pork, Korean Stew, Matcha, Yam, Corn.
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Seoul Smile Sep 25, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
Seoul (RM15.90)- Parm crusted chicken, fried egg, kimchi mayo, kimchi

As usual, the favourable juicy chicken scores most the points here coupled with interesting addition of kimchi. Given that I’m a fan of kimchi, I was looking forward to enjoy this combination. As the egg yolk was runny in the centre, the base bun has soaked up all the yolk to the point that it became soggy. I personally prefer a more spicy and sour/pungent kimchi but it was alright here as ingredients are meant to complement with each other rather than letting one overpower other else. I can’t really taste the heavy presence of kimchi mayo, perhaps already covered by the runny egg yolk.

Buns were soft but lacked thickness as they already pressed the buns using hot grill. Still, the bigger issue here is the butter spread on buns.
 
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Kimchi w/ Bulgogi Beef Fries  Smile Sep 25, 2013   
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Colourful isn’t it? =D Essentially contains fries topped with kimchi, bulgogi beef slices, melted cheese and dollop of sour cream. By mixing everything together, it created a harmony that complements well with each other (except with beef I can’t take it due to religious issues). Again, I prefer a more sour and spicy kimchi but this is not a Korean restaurant afterall ;) The dryness of fries is not an issue here as the toppings made up for it.
 
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Sweet treats- Cakes  Smile Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Bar & Pub | Desserts

 
Chocolate Fudge Cake

Irresistable rich decadent chocolate ganache layered between soft chocolate sponge. Nice to look at as well nice for the palate. Just the right sweetness, perfect to go with cup of coffee.

 
Red Velvet Cake

The cream cheese frosting was definitely one of the best- apparent flavours from cream cheese as well as a refreshing sour kick that goes well with well textured sponge cake.

 
New York Cheesecake

This is another favourite cake of the day. Some cafes may not get this right, usually due to the faint cheese taste. One bite of this and it reminds me of my mum's cheesecake version, does not contain overwhelming cheese taste but just right for the palate. The biscuit base is another winning point, crunchy and fragrant from butter used to cook the biscuit crumbs with. Thumbs up, must try!
 
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Steaks & Lamb Shank Smile Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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Norwegian Salmon Steak Creamy Sauce (RM25.50)

Love the soft texture of the salmon steak thanks to the chef took care of the cooking time/ temperature control. Just the right doneness of the salmon is enough to justify this delicious and favourite dish of mine, even better with the flavourful creamy sauce which goes well together and does not cover the freshness of salmon.

 
NZ Lamb Grill Mint Yogurt Sauce (RM17.90)

I suppose that the mint yogurt sauce is used to cover the smell from lamb, I find it a little too strong to my liking. Was expecting a little sour hint from yogurt, but it was absent.

 
Australian Lamb Shank (RM48.90 for Ramadhan special promo set)

This is the dish to die for. Flavours, colour, presentation all checked. The sauce contributed a refreshing tomato hint, it just opens up my appetite even more. If I were to nitpick according to other possible customers' expectations, the lamb shanks could have been braised for a little longer to achieve even softer/ easily shredded meat. But to be honest I enjoyed the succulent lamb texture very much. Some might prefer it softer but no issue for me.

 
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Appetizers OK Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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We started off with Fried Button Mushroom (RM12.90) served with mayonnaise sauce. Encased within the slightly greasy but crunchy thin layer of breadcrumbs is juicy button mushroom that goes well with some mayo dip. A great appetizer to start your 'appetite engine' but for the price tag, the portion is rather less reasonable.

 
Shrimp Bruschetta (RM9.90)

Lightly buttered and toasted baguette slices topped with prawns mixed with diced tomatoes and onions lying on lettuce leaves. I prefer my toppings to be slightly moist from sauces so this was rather bland for me. On the positive side, the prawns were succulent and firm to the bite.

 
Chicken Bruschetta (RM9.90)

For diners who can't take seafood, this would be an alternative choice for you. Again, this was rather bland for me but it is always good to have something light for the tummy and free from fancy sauces. Do eat this immediately after being served as the baguette will turn soft easily.
 
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