Thursday, September 11, 2008

Deutsches Haus, Changkat Bukit Bintang

we were a bit undecisive on where to have wilson's farewell dinner on his last day and kevin suggested this German restaurant at Changkat Bukit Bintang. i guess basically everyone agreed....;)
Total 10 of us. We ordered a few mains to be shared among us.

complimentary salad

Deutsches Haus Combo - crispy pork knuckle served with baked potatoes,german sausage and marinated onions and garden salad (for 2 person)~ price at RM115

Grilled BBQ platter(for 2 person) - consist of beef,lamb,chicken,fish,german sausages and chips(but since some of them do not take beef, we changed it to chicken) ~ price at RM116

seafood strudel ~ price at rm36

sausage platter - a combination of different types of german sausage ~ price at rm48

baby pork ribs ~ price at rm68

Besides this, some of my them had a few cups of german beer and its price at about rm22 and rm29. Total we ordered 16 cups of beer and guess how much was our total bill ?..............

Overall, i love the crispy skin of the pork knuckle,will definitely bring my dad here the next time he comes down to KL...and oso the baby pork ribs......but they do not have many varieties to choose from. i alwiz do think that great companionships make food tastier.......

Here is to wish Wilson all the best in his future undertakings.May he reach a higher height in his new found career !

*opinions expressed here are based on my personal preference and maybe different for offence ;)

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Fung Lye, The Gardens

had dinner with jimuis on one of the friday nite. Undecided where, we just stroll around Gardens to see if they is any interesting eatery place. We saw this que at this restaurant name Fung Lye and i recall that it was quite a popular restaurant from Taiwan. Since no objection from anyone, we join the que and waited for about 20 minutes before we were seated at a corner of the restaurant with minimal air-con ;)

taiwan braised beef noodle ~ price at rm18.80

seafood fried noodle ~ price at rm16.80

"sa cha" fried noodle - with choice of beef or mutton ~ price at rm16.80

sweet potato balls
*opinions expressed here are based on my personal preference and maybe different for offence ;)

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Final Post on Bangkok Trip

i miss out this 2 eatery in my previous post.
one night, joyce's thai colleague brought us to this place at the rooftop of the apartment for dinner. Price is reasonable and the view was marvellous. we were able to see the building name "elephant". the shape of the building looked like an elephant.

and the next day we went to siam paragon and we ate at this place name "Vanilla Brasseries".

This shall conclude my long pending Bangkok Trip post......

will bemore hardworking in updating my blog............;)