But I threw on myself a graphic tee and a pair of Uniqlo jeans and we headed out anyway. The restaurant was not of my choice; it was the acquaintance's, and seeing that she's an adventurous foodie who's willing to sample new restaurants, it was best that she made the call.
Which she did.
And brought us to ... The Carpenter's Daughter in Taipan.
Oh, what's this?
Don't look at me.
Sigh, talk about being deeply in love with the plain version. I'm a born and bred cheesecake lover, what. >.<
Have a peek around table. Who knows what you might just find?
Not to say that I didn't have any chance to sample this; my stomach would've exploded if I did. The acquaintance kept offering a portion to Mama Carrie, hoping to indirectly convince her to eat more.
Mama Carrie had a taste, added that although the soup leaned on the salty side, there was a generous serving of seafood, especially the squids.
I'm so sorry, there's nothing special to scream about this dish. It lacked that touch of an extra teaspoon of salt but the taste was still alright.
I polished the plate clean and it filled the space in my stomach, almost to its maximum capacity.
It so happened that there was a clash of tastes. I felt that it leaned towards the sweet side whereas Mama Carrie commented that it was perfect; the amount of sugar used was just nice and didn't overpower the natural taste of the apples.
She even polished the plate clean!
Everyone at the table complained that it was terribly too sweet for their liking at the first bite, and I must say that I have to agree with them. Even after setting aside the crust and glaze, it didn't do much to decrease the amount of sweetness.
How I wished that the baker had omitted the sugar; it may just allow the crust to make up for the lack of taste. Here's to hoping that he'll do something about it.
This was my favorite drink, hands down; I love how the maker incorporated two favorite drinks of mine: skim milk and green tea.
My personal opinion? Would I return for another meal? I'm not sure, actually. The dishes suit my palate and I wouldn't mind spending an afternoon here over a cuppa and a conversation with my elementary school pal, but the parking hell of USJ 10 (Taipan) would send me back thinking twice and thrice.
If it was just me alone, I'd have ordered more dishes and brought home the leftovers for our next meals. =D
Address: The Carpenter's Daughter,
46G, Jln USJ 10/1E,
47620 Subang Jaya,
Business Hours: 9 am - 9.30 pm (for weekdays); 9 am - 10 pm (for weekends)
Landmark: It's opposite Ampang Yong Tau Foo and behind PappaRich. Within walking distance from RHB Bank.
Date of Visit: Mar 21, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately RM15(晚餐)
Value for Money3
Keep it up!