Bubba Gump Shrimps, The Curve

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 27 October 2008 8:57 am
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Been wanting to try this restaurant since reading bout it in Icecube’s and *::||Life of the Food Lovers||::*. Since The Curve is a shopping mall situated further from my house which i seldom go to, today finally went there to have lunch. And that also un-intended, because wanted to eat the banana leaves in Colonial Times which is so delicious, and also free flow rice, *heart* rice with dhal… and the price is reasonably cheap(for lunch time banana leaves only, ala carte can be quite expensive), but it was on renovation, so settle for backup plan – Bubba shrimps, which coincidently few doors away.
Bubba Gump Shrimps opened its first restaurant in 1996 on Monterey, California. Decorations in this restaurant is inspired by the movie Forest Gump, staring Tom Hanks.
Complimentary crackers while waiting for your orders. Sauces in the bucket: Lingham chili sauce, Heinz tomato sauce and gourmet vinegar.
Blueberry smoothie, RM10.90
blueberries, strawberry, and non-fat vanilla frozen yoghurt.
thick and yummy
Lotsa Lava, RM10.90
creamy coconut and sweet pineapple erupt with a strawberry flow.
Looks sweet but it is actually refreshing sourish
Cajun Shrimp, RM20.90
Sauteed in hot and spicy Cajun butter sauce. Served with garlic bread. Find the bread a bit stale and dry.
Bourbon Street Baramundi, RM29.90
Charbroiled cajun spiced baramundi with bourbon street sauce and shrimp, served over mashed potatoes.
Although i do find this dish slightly too salty, it is quite delicious, the fish is moist and easily flaked. Red potatoes are mashed skin on. Shrimps are fresh.
Bubba Gump is under NZ Diners (Damansara) Sdn Bhd
Lot 145, 1st Floor, Jalan PJU 7/3,
the Curve, Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Telephone: 03-7710 9862
Price: 10% service charge + 5% government tax
Website: NZ Diners

 

Italiannies, The Gardens, Mid Valley City

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 27 October 2008 7:37 am
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Complimentary bread, dipped into olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Nice sourish vinegar and soft crusty bread.
Had a craving for cheesy dips, yumm, this is quite creamy, but not yet cheesy as i like, Spinach & Artichoke Formaggio served with garlic bread, RM29.90
What written on the menu: Parmesan cheese blended with spinach, artichokes and mushrooms. Served with toasted homemade garlic bread.
craving satisfied :)
Freeflow soft drinks(Coca Cola/Sprite): RM5.80
Freeflow Seasons ice lemon tea/coca cola light/ginger ale: RM6.80
Too full to have desserts, they are known for their made in the house tiramisu RM16.90
Clam Lombardi, RM20.90, cooked with marsala wine etc, taste kinda sweet.
Nice caesar salad, RM19.90
Address: Italiannies The Gardens
Second Floor, The Gardens,
Mid Valley City,
Telephone: 03-2283 3675
Price: 10% service charge
Email: italianniestg AT fridays.com.my
Other branches:-
Italiannies Sunway Pyramid
Ground & First Floor,
Oasis Boulevard, Sunway Pyramid
Telephone: 03-5631 8661
Italiannies 1 Utama
First Floor, Rainforest,
1 Utama Shopping Centre.
Telephone: 03-7727 1399
Italiannies The Curve
Ground Floor, Western Courtyard
The Curve.
Telephone: 03- 7728 1715

 

Woo Pin Fish head Noodles Restaurant, Kepong

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 27 October 2008 7:06 am
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Restaurant Woo Pin, just “wondering” around Kepong not knowing what to eat, Woo Pin caught my eye, just as i have read bout it in wAntAn productions etc.

My pumpkin barley RM2
Other drinks they selling include sugar cane chestnut, chrystaneum ginseng, ginkgo soya barley, sea coconut logan, wintermelon barley, pumpkin barley, all priced at RM2, but on our visit that day, only chrystaneum ginseng and pumpkin barley available.

left is fish paste noodle(big), RM7.50.
Right is fish head noodle(small) RM6.50
You can opt for meehoon or Yee Mee, or even just the soup without any noodle.
Direction to the restaurant
Overall, wish the soup is clearer instead being filled with soft tomatoes, i had better. While i was asking for the shop owner for name card, he asked me what’s that for, just told him i write for fun, in my heart, i am thinking i am not going to write a good review bout them, gahhh, the irony of food reviewing, of being honest, and being “considerate”, may the spirit of finding the best food triumph… :D
They also have a branch in Cheras Flats, not  sure where that is.

Address:
No.16, Jalan Metro Perdana Timur 2,
Taman Usahawan Kepong,
52100 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone:
Charlie Yap Kian Kong: 016- 331 7383
KH Yap: 019-661 9975
Opening Hour: 7am – 7:30pm (closed every two weeks on Mondays)

 

Crab claw

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 26 October 2008 2:18 pm
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Anyone has any idea on what crab this is? I was given these claws and told that for this crab, they eat only the claws… and i am wondering why the claws have black tips. And was told this crab is from deep sea… that’s all i know, taste like normal crab to me, maybe more organic… haha

 

Canton-i egg tart, Mid Valley

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 26 October 2008 2:08 pm
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Ever since i read blog post on this egg tart, Babe in the City – KL and Eat First Think Later, been waiting for Canton-I in Mid Valley’s opening so that i can put my mouth on it.
disappointing, first off, it is not cheap. RM5 + tax for 3 pieces. And it is very oily, couldn’t even hold the egg tart properly.
Address:
Canton-i
LG-202 & 203A, Lower Ground Floor,
The Gardens,
Midvalley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
59200 KL
Telephone: 03- 2284 6888
Canton-i is also available in 1 Utama:
G-208, Ground Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Mall,
No 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama,
47400 PJ
Selangor
Telephone: 03-7729 7888

 

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