I am in the midst of sorting out my pictures and I found out that I have missed out entire February folder which consists of all the Chinese New Year celebration’s pictures. So, I need to go backward and write my reviews for the food that I tried back then.
I went to Black Canyon during the 2nd day of Chinese New Year because most of the Chinese restaurants were closed or it will have extra surcharges. We ordered their set dinner meal which consisted of Green Curry Chicken, Spicy Glass Noodle Salad and Stir Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts.
They gave pretty generous amount of the green curry chicken and it is not very spicy. It is suitable for those who cannot eat spicy. Next, the glass noodle salad mixed with special Thai sauce made it quite nice to eat.
This stir fried chicken was just normal dish, nothing special to share about. All three dishes came with four plates of rice without drinks.
Location: Lot G21, Ground floor, AEON Maluri, Jalan Jejaka, Taman Maluri, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This entry will talk about the Chinese New Year celebration at this restaurant which was held in February. We headed to the restaurant from office at 12.30pm and seated for a while before the Yee Sang was served. Since I was seated at the big table, there were three plates of Yee Sang. Most of the colleagues came over to toss the prosperity together. It was fun because my group of people were the Malay colleagues. I taught them how to toss and shouted for good things.
After the tossing of Yee Sang, the Japanese fine dining started. Here is all the pictures of the food we ate. The food were served quite slow and we finished our lunch around 3.00pm.
Overall, the food in this restaurant is at above average quality, however, not every dishes that we tried turned out to be good taste.
For other reviews about this restaurant, please refer to this link:
Location: T236, The Gardens Mid Valley, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Called my ex-teammates for dinner on one fine Friday’s evening. I called one of them and said, “Let’s go to Shokudo. There is less crowd”. I did not know there are two Shokudo and we ended up at Tokyo Shokudo which is located next to Starbucks, Mid Valley at ground floor. I believe it is linked with Yoshino Shokudo.
We ordered the steamboat set and some other individual set to share among us. Here is what we had for steamboat set.
Overall, it is just a normal Japanese style of steamboat and it was quite filling after finish eating. Sorry, I did not take the picture of the menu so I cannot name the food above.
Location : G-098 & G(E)010 Ground Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
I always miss out to introduce this restaurant, Bulgogi Brothers. I have been visited this restaurant for twice with same group of great friends. Honestly speaking, I personally think this restaurant is quite expensive to eat. Anyway, spending great precious time with great friends is priceless.
During our first visit, we ordered a cocktail called, Makguli Cocktail, the sweet and milky rice wine, mixed with strawberry and pineapple liquor.
Then, we ordered a set of Bulgogi Brothers Special with consisted of type different types of meat. You do not have to worry about how to prepare to cook this, the waiter will prepare it all for you.
It comes with few different side dishes but none of them are refillable, except you can ask for me lettuce to wrap the cooked meat.
A visit to Korean restaurant is never completed without pajeon. Haemul Pajeon, a Korean pancake with seafood and green onions. However, they took very long to prepare the pajeon. We asked the waiter to check on the order and when we were about to finish all our dishes, they served us the pajeon. I believed they took more than 45 minutes from the ordering time to serving it on our table.
Location : T-013B, Third Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.