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Cheap Western (non-halal) Smile Jan 25, 2012   
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Categories : Western variety | Food court | Steaks / Chops

This is another rather hard to find place, unless of course it is near your area.
As for me, I was suggested by a friend of mine while we went for the Thursday pasar malam at Taman OUG. He used to lived around that area, so he knows the place pretty good.
Anyways, the place is like a hawker stall type of setting. Not that clean for people that are particular with hygienic environment. However, you get to sit on an al-fredo where it isn't stuffy inside.
Moving on to the main dish, the western food!!!! They serve the usual western food selection including fish & chips, chicken chop, beef steak, lam chop, mixed grill and not to mention (for those that take pork) PORK CHOPS!!!! shocked true enough, they serve pork chops!!!! and even better is that they serve wonderfully well-done pork chops that are succulent and juicy, while it's gravy compliment the porky taste of the pork chop. Their pork chops are constant in quality and always never fail to amuse me with awe and excitement. Though, sometimes the place might get a bit too warm to enjoy the food.
They have a little bit different kind of side dish compared to the usual western food where they serve cold coleslaw and french fries. Here, they serve potato salad and blanched broccoli and carrots. A very simple yet delicious side dish to give the consumer a not too-overwhelmed feeling after eating their food and makes you wanna come back for more!!! Their potato salad is very different from the usual type of potato salad. When it first come, you will wonder what is this, why did he serve you a half-piece of potatoes with its inside dug out and there are round balls of potato balls with gravy in it Well, don't be alarmed, this is where the magic comes, the potatoes were dug out in balls and cooked separately with mushroom gravy. A bite from this well-cooked potato salad will get you craving for more!!! mad
 
Recommended Dish(es):  pork chop,potato salad
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM10(晚餐)

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Buffet in the heart Smile Jan 15, 2012   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops

This place is not that hard to get to as it's very close to city center, especially Jln Tun Razak.
A very compelling place to have a restaurant indeed. Using an empty land and keeping its original single story house model as it's restaurant, this restaurant induce tones of excitement in me when I headed to this place. I didn't expect that there would be such a restaurant to be here. Keeping it's old house look that is painted all white and with a small pond that greets you before you enter the restaurant, this place sure has a taste for landscape and spacing. Absolutely fascinated by this concept, the interior was even more stunning. It was miniature in size but cozy at the same time. having a backyard that could accommodate than what you would expect a small house from the front view was indeed surprising. Not to mention that there were breeze at that time, making it a very relaxing place to have a meal.

We came to this place for it's weekday buffet lunch that was featured on Groupon, a coupon-based site. Despite the rather small buffet spread, the food are scrumptious. There were, salads, spaghetti, french fries with chicken balls, pizza and baked cheese potatoes and vegetables. *yum yum*lol pizza that was fine-thin crust were their specialty, it had very thin crust just like the name said it would be. The toppings were just nice, not too little nor overloaded. They served a variety of pizzas, including mushroom olives and hawaiian chicken that were served in the buffet spread. The fragrant scent of olives could be tasted when you bite in to the thin layered pizza. Simple and delightful. Another highlight of the place would be the baked cheese potatoes and vegetables. A mixture of creamy sauce baked with washed, cut potatoes, cauliflowers and cherry tomatoes, topped with a huge amount of cheese that are baked. All to your taking. Awesomely great!!!

Sincerely, I was really really satisfied with the food there and if there were more choices I believed it would have been greater!! smile here's a pic of how the buffet is done.
The buffet spread during the afternoon

The buffet spread during the afternoon

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  fine thin pizza,baked cheese potatoes and vegetables
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM20(午餐)

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Fusion experiment OK Jan 15, 2012   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches

This is another restaurant that is close by to Hotel Sri Petaling. It's one of those so called "fusion" western and asian restaurant around this area.
From the overall outside view, this place has a "lounge-gy" feel where the interiors are all very wood-based furniture, giving this whole place that dark feel.
They have very friendly staffs that greet you when you come in. Their menu are rather extensive, like any western food restaurant, they have the fundamental fish & chips, chicken chop, lamb chop, spaghetti and steak. Besides that, they also have Asian food, like nasi goreng and other asian cuisine. They had set meals during the lunch period and my family and I ordered from most of the set meals while I took the lamb chop with spaghetti. My brother took the chicken chop with spaghetti, while my parents shared a salmon steak. The set meal consisted of a drink (fruit juice/tea/coffee), soup of the day and the mains. The soup which came first was cream mushroom soup. Just like any canned mushroom soup, it was the same.

My brother's chicken chop came, the plate was quite full of stuff, it had salad, spaghetti and chicken chop, making it looked really big portion. He dug in. The spaghetti looked dry with coating of olive oil and garlic. A generous amount of spaghetti was given. My parents food came and with the amount of salmon came, we thought that it was rather worth it. My dad took a bite, he is very particular about fish odour in unwell-cooked fishes, but apparently so, the salmon was fine. Mine came, I started off with the spaghetti. Personally, it was a bit too dry and oily, it was rather tasteless as well. Then I moved on to the main course, lamb chop. It was a bit overcooked and the whole lamb chop tasted like chewing a piece of gum. It was too tough. And with the overwhelming amount of spaghetti that was oily, the whole meal made me felt bloated at the end of everything. An uncomfortable experience for me, personally I felt. Nothing exciting about this restaurant, sadly.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  salmon steak
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM20(午餐)

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scrumptious furniture fooooood  Smile Jan 15, 2012   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Pizza/Pasta

lol
HahaXD wondering what kind of food am I talking about
Well, think no more. When someone talks about getting new furniture, the company that always come to my mind would be IKEA!! no doubt....any chairs or table, IKEA is the man!!!
No advertising fee paid here but I truly love IKEA's range of furniture.
Besides furniture, the next thing about IKEA is FOOOOOOOD!!!
It's true, they serve wonderful meatballs and they have this daim cake that is DAIM GOOD (if you read it properly) seriously.

Okay, okay, let's see...IKEA restaurant has a very ang moh high school canteen concept where you get to push trolley and pile them up with foods along the queue. Very systematic, I must say except for spotting table to settle down. Maybe it's due to the upcoming occasion, the place is always packed with people, all hungry from a whole day of walking. The food selections might no be that impressive but the choices are great though. From main dishes such as fish & chips to cakes and muffins as desserts to please your taste buds. There are even extra side dishes you could add on apart for their bottomless soft drinks for quite a reasonable price. lol

As for the broccoli I ordered, it's just right. Not too soft from over-cooked nor too hard. Just as crunchy as it supposed to be and the combination with lemon butter gravy is perfect. So far I have tried the vegetarian pasta which is quite a plain dish with only pasta but topped off with a very generous amount of Bolognese sauce. As for the chips, they are full and very potato-ish as compared to those in McDonalds and my personal favourite, dipping each and every of them in yellow mustard sauce. For mustard lovers, it's just heavenly. I think IKEA restaurant cafe is the only restaurant I came across which offers yellow mustard along with chili and ketchup at the dispenser. Unlimited amount of mustard sauce offered, by the way.tongue

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Daim cake,meatballs,fish & chips,mustard sauce.
 
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BEST MAMAK!!! - personally Smile Jan 11, 2012   
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Restaurant | Nasi Lemak | Private Party

Steve's corner is the HANG-OUT place for me and my friends when we go for supper.
It's always there and we never get bored of it. To be honest, despite being a mamak, to me, this mamak is extra-ordinary than the usual mamak that sells roti canai.
One of my personal favourite, garlic cheese naan (a type of indian flatbread) is wonderfully heavenly. From my personal experience of eating cheese naan, this stall gives so far the best cheese naan that I've ever eaten.

Like any mamak stalls in malaysia, almost most of them open till late hours and no doubt about steven's corner as well. They open 24 hours, now with unifi access making it more reason to go there for a drink or just chill. And like any typical mamak stall, they have people running around calling and shouting for the staffs to order their food. The smell of smoky cooking floats around when you walk in to the stall. smile

Now for the MAIN dish!!!
Their naan are truly wonderful. It's cheese naan especially, that are only available during evening hours till late night. Using a handful amount of cheese to make the perfect naan. When the naan comes serving hot on the table, you can see oozing melted cheese flowing out from the naan. Can't wait for it to cool down, take a piece of the naan and you will get those cheezy strings that pizza advertisement shown, that makes any hard-core cheese lovers go mad for it!!! Seriously!! it's melted cheese is more than enough to satisfy someone with an urge to gulp down a whole pizza. mad

There are a variety of naan that Steve's Corner provide, including garlic naan, which is very fragrant from the aroma of garlic, garlic cheese naan, an heavenly combo with cheese and garlic fusion, pizza naan, a combination of tandoori chicken (indian red roasted chicken) and cheese inside the naan.

Personal recommendation: garlic cheese naan
 
Recommended Dish(es):  garlic cheese naan,pizza naan,maggi mee goreng,tosai
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM8(宵夜)

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