Pockets turn dry and couldn’t afford a lavish western meal at the end of the month, especially the month with so many celebration and events to attend; let’s go for a simple and economy one.
Sweeds Café is the new face that popped up around Taman Billion (an area I would call it as economy steak house area); a casual dining café, serving the mouth watering dishes with the fuse of Western and Asian flavours. Their specialty would be their homemade sauces, namely white sauce, brandy sauce, garlic sauce and escargot sauce. Contunue Reading
That’s how this café presented itself; coated in a purplish hue, and furnished with a touch of black woods and black-and-white family photos on the wall. The whole combination was classy and vintage-y. Contunue Reading
Ever since I have limited food selection during the normal working days, I am always looking forwards to have some porky-licious meals during the weekends!
andddd… Yes, another brilliant idea brought up by the BIG group, I must say, I love doing my porky fix here in S. Wine Café – their first non halal restaurant under the group. Contunue Reading
Let’s have FUN at Sanook, shall we?!?!?!
Sanook is a hidden fun place at Plaza Kelana Jaya; a restaurant holding 2 concepts for you to have your meals. Love the lake view, you can choose to dine at Alfresco@Sanook which is located on the ground floor, facing the lake. Or you can opt to dine-in in Arriba@Sanook where music is played all night long.
We were greeted friendly by the godfather who is the owner, the friendly people pleaser, chief people pleaser, chief food artist…. ooohhh, they are actually the people running Sanook, the executives, chefs, waiters… how lovely are their titles!
Sanook serves scrumptious spread of dishes from all over the world which include Asian cuisine, Western fares as well as Italian pasta and wood oven pizza! Not to forget their tapas which are really ‘something’ to go with your drinks.
Let’s start the meal with Tapas Canapes:
Grilled Zucchini with Prawns and Aioli (RM 16)
If Plan A is not working, then opt for Plan B.
Yes, Plan B.
We both (with WenChing) have not been to Bangsar Village for quite some times and got surprise to find out the changes done to Bangsar Village.
The new place – Plan B is something that brought us here.
I love Plan B a lot. Once we stepped into this busy place, we couldn’t help ourselves pressing our noses against the display counter; oohing and aahing…
There are a lot to choose from the menu as well as the display counters – cakes, muffins, breads and bars. We wish to try out everything; but we understand, there is always the word ‘limit’ stamped on our tummies. Contunue Reading