Fork & Spoon @ Kota Damansara

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Ooops… this is another dated post. I am trying hard to speed up my post and type as much as I can during the CNY holiday. Aiks… huge amount of workload decreased my rate for blogging. I had to finish a few assignments and reports during the holiday.

It was last year story; we were invited for another round of food tasting. Thanks for Sid who organized this event and invited us along. Being the first-timers to Kota Damansara, me and Christine were amazed with the fast development in this area. This is going to be another ‘new’ place for us to hunt for food. There are countless café and restaurant in Kota Damansara

You can’t not to have this during your meal.

So this time, we were heading to Fork & Spoon which was located in Kota Damansara. I still remembered, that night we were stuck in the heavy traffic after the heavy downpours. Arghhh! I was in the car and stuck in the traffic for bout 2 hours.

Not just me and Christine, KampungBoyCityGal, TummyThoz and Xiu Long Bao were there too! Not to forget, Sunny and Sid (Big Boys Oven).

Time for dinner. I had the Special Honey Lemon Juice priced at Rm 3. This was definitely good to soothe your throat but it was a little over sweeten for me.

Christine had the Tropical Blend which was blended with Apple, Orange, Pineapple and Carrot. Nice option as it was great to quench the thirst. It was neither too sweet nor sour. And most of the food bloggers ordered this drink.

Coming up next — Food ~

This is Fork & Spoon’s all time favourite — Fork & Spoon Nasi Lemak Special (Priced at Rm 11). It consists of Rendang Chicken, Assam Prawns, Sambal Sotong, Sambal, Anchovies and Egg. Hmmm… The fragrant rice was so aromatic and the Rendang Chicken and Sambal was just right in its spiciness. What’s more could I say, we Malaysian love Nasi Lemak!

Lamb Chop with Rosemary Sauce. It was served with Mashed Potato & Coleslaw. The Lamb was able to remain its tenderness and juiciness after grilled to perfection. The side dishes mashed potatoes and coleslaw added points to the whole dish.

“Yut Sek Har” Vietnamese Style Prawn with Rice was simply tasty. Surprise, the chef can cook Vietnamese dish too?!

Also, the Malaysian Cuisine which will be available after 11.30 am — Roti Jala with Curry Chicken & Potato. It is priced at Rm 6 came with 3 Roti Jala and a bowl of curry Chicken with Potatoes. Ahhh… I love this! and that was my very first time having Roti Jala.

Besides local cuisine, Fork & Spoon also serves snacks as All Time Favourite. This was the Zheng Gong Spare Ribs. Deep Fried Spare Ribs covered with sweet and a little sourish lime sauce. Gimme a bowl of rice please! 😉

Stir Fry Petai with Prawn. The additional of Sambal boosted up the petai and prawn. Another good dish to go with Rice!

Then the Penang Prawn Mee with Spare Ribs came in with extra ingredients.

Fork & Spoon Thai Laksa served with thick prawn paste.

Em… don’t ask me how it tasted, it was finished up by other food bloggers before reaching my hand.

Fork & Spoon Assam Laksa. This was kinda different with the Assam Laksa we normally had. It was sourish fish-based soup with thick rice noodles but still, very different from those in the food court or other eateries.

Ku Hiong Snack. There were extra onions and ikan bilis in it. If you like the Petai and Prawn with Sambal, definitely you will love this as well! And it went well with… …

The beer! Haha ~ the Carlsberg Beer Tower priced at Rm 80 for this gigantic huge tower of beer.

We ended our dinner, the Black Glutinous Rice with Coconut Milk which was highly recommended by Jaee, the person in charge who prepared and arranged us this dinner. Ahh… we were too full and hardly could finish the bowl of dessert.

Just these?!

NoNoNo… like what Christine said in her post, the extra sugary temptation — a dozen of Donuts from Big Apple which was the belated birthday gift from Chris, Christine and I to Sid.

Jaee then came out with a bottle of Xango and poured each of us some for a try out. It was the Mangosteen puree with other fruits like apple, pear, grape, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, cranberry and cherry. It did boost up my taste buds once I took a sip. It was Sourish and refreshing. According to the leaflets, this mangosteen (the queen of fruits) juice does improve your health and could work as an antioxidant.

For those who are interested in Xango product, you may contact Jaee Ong at 017-3669394 for details.

Also assorted kuih… Fork & Spoon is selling Kuih too!

Fork & Spoon
26, Jalan PJU 5/11,
Dataran Sunway Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
Tel: 03-61408832
Fax: 03-61408332
Or contact Jaee Ong at 017-3669394

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20 thoughts on “Fork & Spoon @ Kota Damansara”

  • wow…all the food looks good…and not too pricey too…the Zango drink looks interesting….how much per

  • The nasi lemak looks so delicious, and the roti jala too! Feeling so hungry at this time!

    Hey, don’t be too stressful ya! Cheer up! Looking forward to our lunch on this coming Saturday! Think of food as your motivation! Jia you! 😀

  • The nasi lemak looks so delicious, and the roti jala too! Feeling so hungry at this time!

    Hey, don’t be too stressful ya! Cheer up! Looking forward to our lunch on this coming Saturday! Think of food as your motivation! Jia you! 😀

  • Such a fun outing! Everything makes me drool. The nasi lemak has so much sides! I’m beginning to think it’s better than madam kwan’s

  • sweet jasmine,
    yep, the Xango is really nice, sourish and refreshing!
    but i do not know how much is the bottle of xango. if you are interested, you can call up Jaee, the person in charge to get more info bout that ^^

    yea. Nasi Lemak always great!

    wenching & esiong,
    aiks… i am drooling as well and feeling hungry too!

    yes, saturday would be our time again. and my rime to destress! food to destress! that will motivate myself! thanks a lot ya!

    durian berry,
    aiks… sad to say, i have not tried out mdm kwan… so, i can’t compare between both e

    what have you tried?!

    miss the xango too and that fun event. hope to eat out and hang out with u guys soon!

  • simon seow,
    their petai and prawn is incredible. and the ku hiong snack very much delicious!

    it was really a good hang out with the bunch of food bloggers and all yummy delicious food!!!

  • eh, how come i miss this post?? hehe…i’ve read about this place from many bloggers…and i can still remember the petai! :>

  • nic (khkl),
    petai! that’s the best stuff for malaysian. but… i dun take petai… >_<
    you are welcome. that was my very first time to fork n spoon. will revisit for more~

  • Everything looks so GOOD!!! *thumbs up*
    MAking me drool…Glad tat i took my dinner jus a while ago.Can still tahan, if not drooling is pretty hazardous to my keyboard~

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