Archive for August, 2006

This is the place that I frequent most of the time for dinner. Aside from the economical price tag, the dishes there wasn’t bad at all.


… 4 dishes of vegetables only.


… aftermath of going through the non-meat dinner.


… the prize was good, Extreme Mocha and Chocolate Flourless Cake at SFCC.

Rating: 5.5/10

Don’t think I’d have another vegetable only dinner. Not that it was bad, but I couldn’t give up on meat. This wouldn’t be rated under “Vegetarian” because the place wasn’t serving vegetarian food. If you notice those dried shrimp (蝦米) in 1 of the 4 dishes.

Location: N3.13415 E101.62396

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It was a routine back then, on every Sunday, I’d go for hiking in FRIM. The prize that came afterward was …


… priceless, of course! The tasty fried flat flour noodle with the stir fried egg mixed into it, which brings out the aroma of the egg, filled with abundance of fried pork lards. There goes all the hard work of hiking.

Rating: 9/10

It already made me hungry just by looking at it. But you have gotta be early to enjoy this, somewhere around 9am. You are lucky if you could still get it around 10am. But many nutritionist might be put off by the oil laden dish though.

Location: N3.22670 E101.63885

Jack’s Place has been opened for a while ever since 1 Utama’s New Wing was officially opened. I heard, it was originated from Singapore. This time, I had the chance to give it a try. My first ever visit to Jack’s Place.


… my cup of mango smoothies with a scoop of ice-cream, then topped with jelly cutlets.


… 2 slices of garlic bread. Unfortunately, it wasn’t toasted long enough. It felt soft and soggy, eventually, it lacks the good fragrance of garlic breads.


… lime juice with a pop of cherry. Looks sour.


… carbonara chicken spaghetti with some raw onion rings and capsicums. The sauce was runny. I guess Italian food wasn’t exactly the forte of Singaporen, I guess.


… my grilled lamb chop. Wasn’t the best lamb chop I’ve had yet.



… they made it medium rare. The red was visible on the inside.



… the best part of the lamb chop would be that piece of fats. It was grilled until it was crispy on the outside while it melts in your mouth as you chew it. Though, it could get a little goose-bumpy at times.


… one must finish thy food. No waste!

Rating: 4.5/10

The crispy fats from the lamb chop was heavenly, but all else failed miserably. The lamb meat was sinewy and it was tasteless. Perhaps the cook has forgotten to put salt in it. The garlic bread was soggy and the spaghetti, I could have gotten better spaghetti from Pizza Hut. No comments on the drinks though.

Location: N3.15008 E101.61600