Ive had a meal twice at the branch in mont kiara, and the lambshank never failed to disappoint.
I took the liberty to test its QC at the newly opened branch here, as i noticed they were desperate for patrons. I suspect it could be due to the location of the restaurant, right smack at the foodcourt area.
Too expensive for a normal lunch, and muslims may also shy away from the area due to the display of the bar area lined up with bottles of alcohol goodness.
The lambshank was tender and juicy too, but size did seem a bit tiny.
The calamari was surprisingly delicious. Thinking it was a cold dish from its outer appearance, it was warm and the calamaris were cooked just nice. Slightly chewy and soaked with a nice olive dressing.
The bruchetta, nothing to shout about. Something we can easily make at home.
Price wise is compatible with the many western restaurants today, ranging from 20-40rm.
A few of my colleagues ordered the pasta, which frankly was huge in portion. If i had finished that up.. My next half day at work would be spiritually sleeping while physically having my eyes opened.
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