Posts Tagged ‘garlic bread’

... shop front of the place recommended by CTSW.


... non halal, oink.


... a view of the menu.


...100 Plus as drink.


... cover of menu.


... marinated pork ribs.


... CTSW ordered the Sloppy Joe. It comes with a special dipping sauce.


... not sure if original meatloaf is like this, but this was quite nice, but very filling.

Rating: 7/10

This is my first time here despite it’s quite near to where I stay. Aside from that, I didn’t even know this place existed. CTSW whom has been here before, wasn’t being much of a help on what to have. He ordered something light, the Sloppy Joe, while he did mentioned that the meatloaf was nice. When I saw the pork ribs on the menu, I can’t help but ordered it so we could try more stuff.

His Sloppy Joe was not bad. The sauce was like bolognaise sauce used in pasta. Dip the bun, fries into the sauce, or laden the bun with sauce and fries, then eat like a burger.

The meatloaf was indeed quite nice. Despite being only 2-little piece, they were quite tasty and soft. Somehow, the mashed potato was overkilling.

The marinated pork ribs was quite nice. A little sweetened and they fell off the bones easily.

The food here was quite nice, but we were dead full. The price was reasonable. All these cost less than RM70. A good alternative if one has had too much Friday’s or Chili’s.

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... TSL deprived me of MySoy soya milk and the place deprived me of iced milo. (AC, don't laugh :P)

... TSL deprived me of MySoy soya milk and the place deprived me of iced milo. (AC, don't laugh :P)


... cheese sausage set, with a big cup of mashed potato and plenty of corns. That was a piece of garlic bread.

... cheese sausage set, with a big cup of mashed potato and plenty of corns. That was a piece of garlic bread.

Rating: 6/10

I had to make very sure that the set they offering was of single sausage and not twin sausages, like how I was tricked into ordering the set last time. The sausage tasted quite good but TSL said it was very salty. The cheese on the inside was mostly melted as I slice them up. I guess they overheat the sausage. The mashed potato was so huge that I could only eat half of it. There were abundance of corn kernels while the bread has shrank in size, though it was turned into garlic bread, which I think was a better idea. The drink was not nice though.

Location: N3 07.174 E101 34.784

PCL saw this place about a week ago when we passed by while heading back to office. She told me it was something-something Recipe but it wasn’t yet another Secret Recipe outlet. I managed to steal a glance and saw the greenish looking signboard. The word Recipe do looks very much like that from Secret Recipe. Probably designed by the same marketing company.

Anyway, we remembered to stop by today for a lunch break here today. There were tables on the outside and inside of the restaurant. Seeing that it was so bloody hot for the past few days, we decided to just sit on the inside, and hopefully the air conditioning was efficient. Upon sitting down, we were given menus by a waiter and soon the chef came and introduced himself to us. Unfortunately, I couldn’t remember his name. But you can get his name from the pizza delivery box, which was printed in very bold font on the top cover, including his personal contact number.

... garlic breads were on the house, courtesy of the chef.

... garlic breads were on the house, courtesy of the chef.


... garlic bread yang hangus.

... garlic bread yang hangus.


... dang, I was surprised when my Earl Grey tea was served. Tea cup from Segafredo Zanetti???

... dang, I was surprised when my Earl Grey tea was served. Tea cup from Segafredo Zanetti???


... the seafood soup was spicy. 1x of mussel, 5x of clams and about 5x of squid rings. The soup tasted like watered down arrabiata sauce.

... the seafood soup was spicy. 1x of mussel, 5x of clams and about 5x of squid rings. The soup tasted like watered down arrabiata sauce.


... I missed out the prawns. They were too small anyway and not exactly fresh.

... I missed out the prawns. They were too small anyway and not exactly fresh.


... PCL made this order immediately to "lock" her ordering, so that she doesn't end up being the DBKL later.

... PCL made this order immediately to "lock" her ordering, so that she doesn't end up being the DBKL later.


... Gino's Special Pizza, recommended by the Chef.

... Gino's Special Pizza, recommended by the Chef.


... I asked for a regular, which cost only RM22. Instead, they got me a large pizza which cost RM30.

... I asked for a regular, which cost only RM22. Instead, they got me a large pizza which cost RM30.

Rating: 5/10

How were the foods fared? Well, for start, it was a good gesture that the garlic breads were given to us for free. Unfortunately, it was very heavy on butter, making the garlic fragrance became very insignificant. I was loosing my appetite when I was chomping down the 2nd piece. I knew I would definitely have 1 more piece to go. Anyway, I only realised the charred part of the garlic bread when I was having my final piece.

When my Earl Grey tea was served, it was served in Segafredo Zanetti’s tea cup. I was surprised that they were even related, because my previous experience with Segafredo wasn’t a pleasant one. When we both saw the tea cup, we said, “very salty aglio olio spaghetti” together and laughed. Yes, that was what Segafredo serves, very salty aglio olio spaghetti.

The soup was recommended by the chef. PCL nodded when I asked her if it’s was ok to have soup. I’ve got no idea how it looks like until it was served. Then there’s this spicy taste from the soup. At the same time, it tasted like diluted sauce used for making pasta. Fortunately, the aglio olio spaghetti was the best item of them all. Perfectly balanced taste and it was spicy too.

Lastly, our delicious pizza. When I told the waiter that I’d want the Gino’s special pizza. His first response was, “Large, sir?” I was rather disappointed by his response. Did he saw a 3rd or 4th person on our table? How could 2 persons, where 1 of them was just a little girl, finish all the food that we’ve ordered, let alone having another LARGE pizza? I guess they were desperate for business because it was quite empty the time we reached there.

And lastly, the place doesn’t accept credit card. So I had to pay my RM60+ bill with CASH. *sweat*

Location: N3 07.042 E101 34.739

Tonight, 4 of us colleagues went to Canadian Pizza for dinner. The shop, still reeks of a weird smell in it. Anyway, since we were already there and we don’t have anything else in mind that we can have, we just have to get used to the smell and continue with our orders.

... a plate of 9-piece chicken wing. 2 for each of them and I only had 1.

... a plate of 9-piece chicken wing. 2 for each of them and I only had 1.

... this is the first time I'm trying this cheese garlic bread. I've had more than enough the usual garlic bread, so I decided to give the cheese laden one a shot.

... this is the first time I'm trying this cheese garlic bread. I've had more than enough the usual garlic bread, so I decided to give the cheese laden one a shot.

... DC's favourite, potatoes.

... DC's favourite, potatoes.

... the Canadian Supreme was DC's idea as he said the Beef Pepperoni pizza in Canadian Pizza was lousy.

... the Canadian Supreme was DC's idea as he said the Beef Pepperoni pizza in Canadian Pizza was lousy.

... we had to get a pizza with chicken on it because someone in our group can't eat beef.

... we had to get a pizza with chicken on it because someone in our group can't eat beef.

Rating: 5/10

The cheese garlic bread was rather unexpected. I think the ordinary garlic bread will do. The chicken wings, it was not nicely roasted. I remembered there was once when I had Canadian Pizza’s chicken wings, they were nice and smell good. This time, it felt, different, soggy. The potato wedges were probably the best side order for the night. The 2 pizzas were nothing to should about. Canadian Supreme still ain’t as good as Mexican Fiesta. As for BBQ Chicken Bonanza, well, it tasted like other BBQ flavoured pizza. Anyway, the pizzas smell good when they were served, freshly baked.

Location: N3.07369 E101.58836

This restaurant has been in running in NZX for quite some time already. But I’ve only noticed it about 2 months back when taking a walk in NZX. I’ve wanted to give this place a try but I can’t seem to find the right time. Finally, I came to this place today with my colleague.


… honey sea coconut drink, RM2.50.


… clam soup with lots of lots of claims in it, only for RM7.90. Choices of spicy or non-spicy. I could see 2 jalapeños on top of the soup for spicing up the flavour. Yummy!


… my colleague’s mushroom soup, RM7.90. Smooth and milky.


… I was eager to try out their garlic bread. 5 piece for RM3.20.


… finally, a bacon omelette. This would be our main course.

Rating: 7/10

The drink was nice for its price, with plenty of sea coconut. Garlic bread was mediocre, I couldn’t done better garlic breads. The soups were excellent. My colleague loved her mushroom soup, while my spicy clam soup was nice too, with hint of herbal in it. The omelette was nice, but my colleague said it was too salty. The eggs were salted and along with bacon strips, which were already salty, it made it even saltier. At least this omelette was a lot tastier and appetizing than Bamboo Cafe‘s and Cake Walk Cafe‘s counterparts, which were practically tasteless. Perhaps they should have put some cheese in it to balance out the salty taste. The bill came up to around RM33 for 2 pax, with less than filling food.

I would like to visit the place more often to try out other choices on the menu. There were just so many to choose from and I’

Location: N3.11497 E101.58972