Porto Romano Mediterranean Cuisine, TTDI

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 24 July 2010 9:10 pm
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Porto Romano in TTDI, they also have branch in Ampwalk(Jalan Ampang) and Mont Kiara(near Plaza Mont Kiara)


Left: menu-Antipasti, soup, seafood, rice and dessert

Right: menu – pasta, pizza, meat

Left: porto romano’s own chilli sauce, chilli flake and parmesan for pizza

Right: mushroom soup, loads of mushroom inside, but mushroom taste is not strong enough, RM15

porto romano’s pizza – with seafood, like the flavorful tomato base, and the crunchy thin pizza base, although the fillings on top is kinda wet(not sure from the seafood or the tomato sauce), but the dough below stay crispy… yummy, RM32, wish they have peel the prawn though

tiramisu, RM15, no visible taste of alcohol. Given any day, i would prefer the satisfyingly huge portion of tiramisu in Bel Pasto, Kepong for only RM8.90

Address: Porto Romano

28, Persiaran Zaaba,

Taman Tun Dr Ismail,

60000 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone/Fax: 03-7710 0509

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Invited Review: Laziz Middle Eastern Cuisine, Mont Kiara Solaris (opposite Cold Storage supermarket)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 18 July 2010 6:25 pm
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Laziz is a Middle Eastern Food restaurant situated in Solaris, Mont Kiara, diagonally across from Cold Storage supermart.

Middle Eastern food is among my favorite cuisine as it looks and feels healthy, with plenty of vege, not oily etc. I was given a complementary meal by Akram of Laziz.

Left: dining area

Right: looking towards kitchen

Laziz Mazza, RM35, clockwise from top right: Fetush salad, Baba Ghanoosh, Arabic Salad, and Humos.Middle is Wara Ainab(grape leave stuffed with rice and onion), to be served with pita Bread

Fetosh is a salad mixture with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, white radish, zuchini tossed with lemony dressing and crispy bread. Baba Ghanosh is mashed grilled eggplant with olive oil. Arabic salad finely chopped salad mixture topped by sumac-middle eastern flower herb.

Love the hummus, not so fond of baba ghanosh and wara einab which taste of olive to me, the salads are both refreshing.

Laziz Mix Grill, RM38, a very filling dish, good enough for 2 person. Comes with 2 lamb shish kebab, 2 lamb chop, cubes of shish tawook(chicken cubes) and Lamb Cubes. Yummy~ Garlic sauce at the side feels a bit too oily to me though.

Left: Soup menu

Right: Salad menu

Left: Appetizers menu

Right: Main course menu

Left: Seafood and BBQ menu

Right: BBQ, pasta and sandwich menu

Left: Side Orders and Dessert menu

Right: Beverage, juices

Herbal drink, tea and coffee menu

Overall, i find theĀ  food here are reasonably priced and flavorful.

Address: Laziz Sdn Bhd

No. 18, 18-1, Off Jalan Duta Kiara,

50480 Kuala Lumpur

Business Hour: 11:00am – 11:pm (you can dine anytime in this period)

Tel: 03-6203 6607 (delivery service available from 12pm – 10pm)

Fax: 03-6203 6607

Website: Laziz Middle Eastern Restaurant

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Rohani Ikan Bakar, Kuala Perlis

Posted by vivien | Others | Friday 16 July 2010 10:35 pm
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Rohani Ikan Bakar Stall in Kuala Perlis.

Grilled fish, moist, juicy and flavorful, they seem to brush spice infused coconut on the fish while grilling it, probably spiced with kunyit(turmeric) resulting in yellowish tint

crunchy and dlish fried calamari, but a bit too oily.

Left: clam

Right: Tom Yam with 2 flower crabs inside

All above (fill up 2 person nicely) cost only RM64, i like the grilled fish, the others are too oily

View from hotel we stayed, Putra Brasmana hotel in Kuala Perlis, RM135/night. Rohani Ikan Bakar stall is just across the street, located in one of the red roofed stall by the sea.

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Unique Seafood 23, PJ

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 7 July 2010 12:37 am
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Went to unique seafood 23 in Petaling Jaya for bf ‘s dad birthday. Fish tanks right in the restaurant, diners can choose the seafood and have it served freshly cooked, quite an experience.

france turbot fish, RM228 per kg; Indonesia Big Meat Crab, RM68/kg

Alaskan Spider Crab, RM238/kg; Canada Oyster, RM9(cooked)/RM8(raw)

plenty of geoduck in the restaurant, RM200 over per kg

this plate of geoduck sashimi cost RM280!!! You can have it swished inside a hot herbal soup, or eat it raw with wasabi

Left: Garlic clam, very nice, cooked just enough, not chewy

Right: Abalone, tasty

Left: Alaskan golden crab(i think), although big, the meat is very floury, still prefer local crab.

Right: Unique seafood have branches in Jalan Kemajuan(PJ), Kayu Ara(PJ), Cheras, Jalan Genting Klang(KL) and Ipoh

Address: Unique Seafood 23

Lot 98-3, Jalan Kemajuan,

Section 13,

46200, Petaling Jaya

Telephone: 03-7960 2088, 7960 2066

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