Spasso Milano Antipasti Lunch Buffet, Pavillion Shopping Mall

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 1 July 2012 8:32 pm
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Went to Spasso Milano in Pavillion shopping center Level 6, there have antipasti buffet available daily from noon till 3pm for RM28++

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fresh salad

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grilled peppers, …, baked pumpkin which is really yummy, and grilled potato&grilled zuchini which is really good as well

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Asparagus soup and savoury red bean soup which is surprisingly not bad

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salad dressing and toppings

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baked mussels

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roast chicken with rosemary which is quite good

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garlic  bread, fritatta etc

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left is salty red bean soup and asparagus soup to the right

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ham spaghetti, roast chicken etc

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there is no complimentary drinks or water :S

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clams etc

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love the baked pumpkins, clams, chicken, and dipping garlic bread into soup

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cakes are alright, mostly soft mousse type

Overall, i don’t think it is such a good deal as there is no drinks available. We have to pay for bottled water :S I wonder whether antipasto buffet in Senja Italian restaurant (RM35++) in Saujana Hotel, Shah Alam will have drinks included, but then it is too far out of the city.

Address: Level 6, Pavillion Shopping Centre, KL

Website: Spasso Milano Facebook

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Tarbush Middle Eastern Restaurant, Starhill Gallery, Bukit Bintang

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 2 June 2012 11:52 pm
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Bought a Everyday living social deal for Tarbush, RM65 for 2 pax, a satisfying meal, it is so much cheaper considering i was there almost 4 years ago and we paid more than that for 2 pax. It includes below:

1 Appetizer (choose from : Tarbush Hommus<chickpea>, Baba Ghanoush<eggplant mixed with tomato etc>, Mutabal<eggplant mixed with white bean etc> & Labne<cottage cheese>)

1 Main course (choose from Maklouba (Lamb/Chicken)<eggplant spiced rice with meat>, Bamyeh with White Rice<okra lady’s finger stew>, Kofteh Stew with White Rice (daud basha)<meatball stew with rice> & Biryani (Lamb/Chicken))

1 Grills (choose from Spicy Shish Tawook<grilled chicken cube>, Shish Kabab<grilled lamb mince> & Grilled Spring Chicken)

1 Dessert(choose from Mahalabia<milky cream dessert with sprinkles of pistachio>, Cream Caramel & Fruit Platter)

2 Soft Drink (choose from 7up, Miranda Orange & Pepsi)

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Free pickles for nibbling(that’s is raw chilli padi which is very spicy), nonpitted black olives, cucumber and some pickles

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Tarbush hummos which is very fragrant with sesame, a tad salty but very nice.

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Complementary bread, it would be better if the bread is warmed.

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Lamb Maklouba(rice is cooked with eggplant/tomato) with yoghurt on the side, lamb is warm and flavorful, rice is very big portion, i think i would have preferred briyani rice as this rice taste of cumin/fennel, quick a distinct spice scented rice.

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Lamb kebab, moist and piping hot from the grill, taste good

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Fruit platter

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appetizer menu

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main course/rice menu

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grills menu

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dessert menu

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part of the drink menu

Overall, i find this is a good deal from living social as the portion served is normal portion and not sized down, a filling and satisfying meal.

Address: Restaurant Tarbush Delicacies Sdn Bhd (they have 1 branch in Penang and 3 branches in Klang Valley: Starhill, Sunway Pyramid and one along jalan Bukit Bintang main road)
No. LG 16, Lower Ground floor, Starhill gallery,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100, Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 03-2144 6393

Website: Tarbush

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Starhill tea break RM3.60 3pm-6pm is still on

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 13 February 2011 12:01 am
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Starhill’s 3.6 The best tea break in town, daily from 3.00pm to 6.00pm for dine-in only. Above is Shook’s menu

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Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant menu

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Fisherman Cove menu

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Fisherman Cove’s creamy pumpkin soup with crouton, RM3.60, piping hot and very very tasty. Behind is the obligatory soya soy pudding which is served with some herbal jelly and palm sugar.

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Sentidos Tapas, a Mediterranean/Spanish restaurant also having 3.6 offer. Pictured above from top left is Spanish potato gratin, roasted vegetable empanadas, smoke salmon croquettes, prawn pate, field mushroom filled with beef and hazelnut gremolata and orange pudding

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Sentidos Tapas menu, a lot of stuff which i am not familiar with and not feeling very adventurous to try: fried milk, almond soup, almond turron ice cream etc

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Left is classical brushetta made with diced peeled tomatoes on baguette(tasted normal), and an interesting and rich prawn pate, minced prawn mixed with cream cheese, chive/dill etc, quite nice

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Their drinks are served with sugar syrup on a small pouring cup.

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Hong Kong’s Food Culture, Low Yat Plaza

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 20 January 2011 12:01 pm
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Hong Kong’s Food Culture, Uncle Duck Hong Kong Restaurant

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saw something unique – egg in boiling milk

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porridge menu

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dessert menu

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Oyster Soup rice, RM13.80, nice, lots of oyster

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Fried chicken set with mushroom soup and winter melon drink, RM11.90

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Milk Curd with ginger, RM6.50, didn’t see any other restaurant selling this in KL, kind miss this dessert which i had in Macau before, very nice, very hot while served, just the way i like it. Went home and google how to make it, and successfully made it. Very simple, just have about 1 or 2 tablespoon of ginger juice in a bowl, pour hot milk over it and it will set into curd like in about 10 minutes.

Address: Marcoma Kitchen Sdn Bhd (Hong Kong’s Food Culture)

LG-18, Plaza Low Yat,

off Jalan Bukit Bintang,

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03-2141 6998

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Starhill 3.6 the best tea break in town-Shook & Fisherman Cove

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 16 September 2010 2:57 pm
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Starhill RM3.60 tea break promotion is still on, think they tentatively set the ending date for this promotion till end of this year. Above is Shook menu, they have make changes to their menu compare to previous menu, some of my favourite are still there-grilled cumberland 8-inch sausage

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they also have additional chef specials and special beverage menu which are more than RM3.60 like chocolate fondue, sashimi, tiramisu etc

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sausage still as filling and huge as before, very nice

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tuna egg mayo sandwich, they ran out of clam aglio-olio and pepperoni pizza at just 3pm plus?!

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above fisherman tea break menu, with addition of grilled lamb etc

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additional chef’s specials menu and special beverage menu

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carbonara with mushroom, big portion, i think they use whole wheat spaghetti, it tasted a bit harder but nice

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coffee and earl grey tea, cube sugar at the back

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soya pudding, delicious, served with cincau(herbal jelly) and gula melaka(palm sugar)

Their tea break is from 3pm-6pm, everyday including weekends, reservation only available for weekdays, most items priced at RM3.60

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Address: Shook/Fisherman Cove

LG1, Starhill Gallery,

181, Jalan Bukit Bintang,

KL


 

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