Misc eats in Mid Valley and The Gardens Shopping Mall, Mid Valley City

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 22 July 2012 11:02 pm
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Almost finishing all the backlog of photos in my Ipod and there are still some in camera :P Here are all the miscellaneous eats in Mid Valley and The Gardens in Mid Valley City. Above is seafood rice from Aunty Nat in Mid Valley boulevard first floor (across from The Library pub), ~RM12, hearty portion

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Canton-I twin-mix porridge is one of my favourite porridge, silky smooth with nice dried scallop flavour. Above is fish with century egg, ~RM12.80

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Wanton mee from Canton-I as well

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Chicken rice shop chicken rice set, cheap eats for lunch crowd, around RM7 only, the taste is ok

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C-Jade express set lunch

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Duck rice, RM10.80 (add only RM1 for soup of the day), taste ok

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Dragon-I steamed rice

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RM16 for the above Dragon-I steamed rice, taste funny and not nice.

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Pappa rich nasi lemak is quite nice though expensive

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Hakkaido ichiba set lunch menu

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Sakura Chirashidon (mixed sashimi rice set), RM30 for lunch(RM40 for dinner), taste ordinary and not satisfying, the fish feels dry, Sugimoto’s is so so so much better.

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Ramen in japanese restaurant next to Starbucks

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some omelette in the japanese restaurant, so so only

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Little Penang in Mid Valley

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Curry noodle, delicious although quite expensive

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Manhattan seafood aglio olio pasta is very yummy although the portion is really small

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Fish and Chips, i like Fish & Co’s better with thinner batter, the batter here is quite thick although still crunchy

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Mid Valley Oasis food court new comer: Flavour of Pakistan, the one in yellow signboard manned by a Pakistani

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Steamed chicken briyani served with 2 gravy(curry and yogurt condiment), RM10 very tasty, the coriander add a nice fragrance to this dish

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Fish briyani, ~RM12 with dhal and yogurt condiments, i prefer the chicken briyani over this

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Additional order of a bowl of dhal, RM3.90 yummy!

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Cheap lunch in Popeyes Mid Valley branch

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Only RM4.90 for this lunch set, yummy although portion is small

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TGI Friday’s fried macaroni, surprisingly not bad. But overall, i don’t like food served there – american fast food style.

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Chicken tenders with sour cream

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rice with chicken stirfry

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Pasta from TGI Fridays

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Tony Roma’s Shrimp Scampi portion is huge, can’t finish it, loads of shrimps, but taste so so


 

2 Comments »

  1. Comment by Nymphadora — July 24, 2012 @ 4:39 pm

    I had the aglio oglio seafood pasta from Manhattan Fish Market before. I find that the pasta was too oily and I felt very thirsty after eating it.

    Would love to try the briyani though. When I was there in Oasis, noticed that many foreigners like Pakistani and Middle East people were eating the briyani.

  2. Comment by vivien — July 29, 2012 @ 4:10 pm

    Hi Nymphadora,
    ya i find the pasta very oily as well, but still tasty.

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