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WendyLee
This is WendyLee living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I am a MIS, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Petaling Jaya (North). Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Arabian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Bar & Pub, Café, Sporting and optimistic life philosopher and Desserts, Any delish food that is cheese-related.
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ABC Cry May 31, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Noodles | Halal


ABC

We actually wanted to try ABC and also cendol, but were told the latter has been sold out, so ended with two bowls of ABC instead. This bowl of dessert served here came a bit bland, without the stripes of cendol and merely just some beans, corns and syrup alike. It’s bit too sweet to my liking and lack the fragrance of gula Melaka. Quite a let down sad

 

 

 
 
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Mango Lassi Cry May 20, 2013   (Related Review)
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Mango Lassi

As for this Mango Lassi, it’s quite ordinary and nothing to boast about. The drink lacks the mango taste it should possess and also not milky enough. Therefore, it lacks the consistency and less concentrated that the same fare I enjoy at other Middle Eastern eatery. There isn’t any hint that original yogurt has been used but rather just candied drink with some mango syrup.

 

 
 
Date of Visit: May 17, 2013 

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Tandoori Chicken Cry May 20, 2013   (Related Review)
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Tandoori Chicken

Come next is the reddish grilled chicken that goes by the name Tandoori Chicken. It’s quite a common dish to be ordered when you tete a tete at any mamak shop. These cutlets of chicken have been earlier marinated with some herbs before chargrilled. The meat is tender and not spicy as its fiery colour. Nevertheless, the taste is quite bland is without the lime, and I suppose the flavor hasn’t really got into the meat thus not as delicious as anticipated.

 
 
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Chilled Mango Sago & Ice Cream

As for my friend’s preference, he asked for this dessert, Chilled Mango Sago & Ice Cream, which is visually inviting from the menu. But the outcome is a bit of let down.

Presented in a small bowl with a melt-down ice cream which is half-sinking in the dessert, it has definitely deceit its original intention of ‘chilling out’ the mood, by looking at his facial expression, haha. It comes with cubes of mango that are nicely sitting down on the bed with sagos to top it up. They were mixed in a creamy whitish soup, which I suppose is coconut milk. The mangos are sweet luckily, but there are also traces of pamelo pulps to be found within too, but they are slightly bitter, which doesn’t really blend in well with the other fruit. The whole bowl enjoyment is pretty upside down for him I guess, haha. Well, lets just hope the next season, pamelo would be sweeter lol

 

 

 
 
Date of Visit: Feb 24, 2013 

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It was a nice afternoon taking a casual stroll at The Mines Shopping Mall. There have been quite a number of new additions to the shop lots here especially if F&B is of concerned tongue So here we are, dropping by Yum! Kopi for a quick grab of lunch.

 

 
The theme was white which reminded me of Gardens Lifestyle Café. But, the customer service was a huge let down. Not sure if it’s due to lack of staff or newly operating, we need to wait at least 30 mins for the food to be served. Mine was lucky as it was noodle but not so for my friend, hehe tongue He was already drooling at that time, hehe .. >.<

The menu itself was pretty intriguing. With Richard Chaplin to be seen tongue.

 

 
After browsing through, I ordered a bowl of Kimchi Korean Noodle. It was served hot but got cold very fast due to the air-conditioned surrounding. The noodle was springy, with savory soup, which I think is bit salty to my liking. The vegetable were crunchy with slices of crabstick and Abalone mushroom were soaked well in the soup. I actually was hoping to have a taste of authentic Kimchi soup, but that’s fine.

 
In between, I enjoyed my Kiwi Shake. It’s cooling, sourish and tad diluted. It would taste better if the Kiwi were added adequately. But I don’t actually able to taste any milky sensation as it was named “Shake”. Guess I just go along with it.

 
Then his Chicken Chop rice arrived in the end. But we were quite bewildered as isn’t chicken chop meant to be fried crispy chicken? Well, since we are rushing for some events, we just stay put with it. Lucky thing was the meat was tender and decently flavoured. Coming alongside was a piece of popiah and some cucumber to accompany the simple meal.

 
In a nutshell, I think there is still a lot more room for their improvement. For the time being, I just enjoyed the scenery of the nearby indoor lake, where you could catch a glimpse of cruise passing by occasionally.

 
 
Date of Visit: Sep 09, 2012 

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