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I personally feel that the Filling Churro is more enjoyable as the creamy filling melts in the mouth as we bite through the crisp piping hot churro. Again, my favourite is the lightly Cream Cheese filled churro, which is slightly more savoury but not overpowering. Good to try even if you may not be a fan of cheese.
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We opted for Uji Matcha Cheese, RM13.90. Glad that it was not too bad. The cheese foam layer is smooth, creamy and mellow, pairing quite well with the matcha drink beneath it. Other base to choose from this series include Jasmine Green Tea, White Peach Oolong Tea, Lychee Black Tea, Regius Coffee, Signature Chocolate.
Allow customer to create their own sushi rolls by selecting the fillings, wrappings, etc themselves. Located somewhere below The Red Beanbag.
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We were warmly welcomed by the staff and were shown to our designated table. It was a rather breezy order, as there were already some dishes that they specifically wanted me to try. We just ordered some other dishes that caught our attention (without thinking that perhaps we would not be able to finish so much) and our drinks. We wished we had bigger stomaches!
Red courtyard isn't your typical Chinese restaurant. It's dishes style of cooking hails from Hunan or sometimes referred to as Xiang Cai.
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All in all, the culinary delights at Red Courtyard are definitely worth the value as quality fresh ingredients are presented across the dishes prepared based on Hunan-style of Chinese cooking. This restaurant is definitely one to visit if you’re looking for a family friendly restaurant serving Hunanese specialties.
Come socialize, celebrate or simply escape over good food, fine wines and fun friends.
Reasons to visit: a beautiful setting – don’t miss a peek inside the private dining mirror room; versatile space suitable for cocktails, afternoon tea, or an extensive meal; must-orders are the Chicken and Kale Taco Salad, the Blackened Salmon Steak and the beautifully crafted desserts that blend distinct flavors eloquently.
Nestled away, In the heart of Kuala Lumpur and minutes walk from the city’s premier night life region is Drift Dining and Bar a modern Sydney styled restaurant and bar. Headed by Robert Gilliland with the help of Donna Freeman (virtual sommelier for master chef Australia) Ric Patterson (restaurant manager at the famous quay and marque formally Australia's number 1 restaurants) and heading the kitchen is Chef Angus Harrison having worked previously at top Sydney restaurants such as The Boathouse, Longrain and Jimmy Licks, he was Head Chef at Luke Mangan’s Salt Tapas Bali before joining the team at Drift Dining and Bar. There is a causal charm about the food service and atmosphere at Drift which brings the Sydney laid back attitude and attentive staff to Kuala Lumpur. The menu is printed daily and is classified as “Modern Australian” which means using the freshest produce to create dishes that are inspired by the large array of multi cultural influences found in Australia. Drift is so named to encourage people to drift in and out, drift through the wine list and menu and more importantly drift through conversations with friends at the bar or while eating. This is why all the food on the menu is designed to share creating conversation and interaction adding to its casual professional charm.
| # Bowie's Verdict | 1. Relaxing and Aussie dining ambience. 2. I am delighted with their fresh, unique and delicate Aussie dishes. 3. Around this area, their pricing is very reasonable and serve in big portion. 4. Hard to find parking if you are not going to pay expensive rate.
This elegant and expansive space offers a delightful gastronomic experience. Start off the day with a vibrant breakfast of local and international flavors, with diverse food stations offering à la minute preparations from organic ingredients. - Sophisticated casual attire recommended - Reservations are recommended
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Apart from the worthwhile dishes, what makes the buffet more memorable is none other but the dining location – The Cobalt Room. An elegant space with rich earthy tone, European-style design. So, book your table today for an evening with exceptional food, company, and ambience. The Festive Feast at The Cobalt Room on Level One will be priced at MYR118nett per adult and MYR59nett per child 12 years and below.
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When I saw this, I am all over the cloud, as the colour of soup, texture and ingredient definately a match back to Penang version especially with pig blood and cockles. Another best part is their chili paste. Indeed this is a perfect bowl of Kuantan Road Curry Mee. After mix it all, soup is pack with flavour from the chili paste, which is fragrant with mild spices and has a little hint of sweet end. Definitely one of a highly recommended best Penang Curry Mee Stall at OUG. Will be back!
MARCO Creative Cuisine is an ultra-modern gastronomic restaurant spearheaded by Chef Daren, leavening the dining experience with a sense of excitement and a touch of adventure.
Although there were obviously some hits and misses where the food was concerned, the 5-star dining experience overall made me willing to overlook some of its shortcomings. The Good 1. Fine dining menu at its most affordable. 2. Great aesthetic pleasure from the food plating and presentation. 3. Quality ingredients (for the price paid). 4. Lovely ambience. The Not-So-Good 1. Appetiser and entrees could be improved. 2. Finer balance between good and overly attentive service. 3. Better way to provide detailed descriptions of the dishes.
A garden style cafe in kuala lumpur. Green Tomato Cafe is An urban oasis
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Really impressed with cafe's environment, one that would make many nature lovers envious, as they had lush greenery from the matured trees in their compound. Provided a breath of fresh air from the hustle and bustle of the city, just a stone's throw away.
Cheese is normally found in cakes and pizza, we all love it in our food. So the idea to create drinks with cheese was manifested where Chizu matched different coffee and tea roast to create an unique taste. Therefore, Chizu was formed. "Chizu" is made fresh daily using an all natural Japanese cheese combined with various coffee or tea to create an original Japanese cheese drink.