Express spaghetti is what Spaghetti Grill is all about. After a long working day, we head for dinner with a set meal in mind. So a set dinner at RM16.90++ looks good and decent in a place like Mid Valley. Along the rows of restaurants, there stood this Spaghetti place that looks like a real great place to hang out. Well, yes I agree that it was great for a beer or 2 but not for the spaghetti if you’ve tried better the ones.
Nice jerseys on the wall and lovely chandeliers, even in low light. An ideal ‘man’ place if you like beer and sports. And the American style diners seats, I like those.
Seafood Spaghetti – which is not marinara nor tomato sauce. Tasted okay I guess. Portion was not super but I swear the garlic bread was the best. Seafood in terms of prawns, clamps and squid is precious. Once I’ve tried their Marinara during lunch, it was a very pathetic tomato sauced spaghetti, totally vegan. So I guess that would left a bad impression on me. Every spaghetti deserves a second chance. Seafood spaghetti is slightly on the safer side if you’re expecting seafood.
Peppercorn Spaghetti is one of the guys favourite not because it taste good, but this is the biggest portion of all spaghettis in this restaurant. Chicken breast was tough and dry, and the pasta too is dry. I must agree that this place is not for big eaters, but if you are a big drinker – yea, you get your refills.
Soup of the day – mushroom cream sauce with chicken chunks. Obviously the ‘paste’ was so thick it was consider a sauce than a soup (I hope it was not the same cream for carbonara) and the chicken chunks is much more generous than what we had in our plate of spaghetti.
Our sets also comes with bottomless drinks and a scoop of vanilla ice cream as dessert. The ice cream was good!
Date of Visit: Jan 04, 2013 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3