Thursday, October 13, 2016

Chili Lobster

Chili Lobster - MYR158++ (MYR177.5 nett after 6% GST and 6% service charge). This dish does not taste spicy at all. It is kind of sweet. We feel that the lobster in this meal is the largest lobster among our three orders. The deep fried mantou (buns) are quite small.

Green Apple and Celery Cold Press juice at MYR12++ (MYR13.48 nett). For the cold press juices, there is a list of vegetables and fruits and we could choose to mix any two of them.

Watermelon and Pineapple Cold Press Juice. A very refreshing drink with the sweetness of watermelon and slight sourness of pineapple. Same price as the above drink.

26 comments:

  1. Okay after reading all 3 lobster review, I think I'll stick with the steamed lobster. Now, to persuade hubby to bring me here on my birthday :D

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    1. Steamed or grill whole live lobster. I am sure your husband will bring you there to celebrate your birthday.

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  2. That was truly a grand birthday meal. I am glad you had the opportunity to partake in it.

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  3. Same recipe as Singapore chili crab, I guess? Crabs don't come cheap either.

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    1. Roughly the same but not the details I guess.

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  4. Never thought of watermelon and pineapple combi...must try to do it at home. Your lobster posts makes me drool but can only imagine for now!

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    1. I suspect this combi that I have chosen is not legit, hehehehe. Not approved by expert.

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  5. I concur with Merryn. I'll stick to the steamed lobster. Looks are important when it comes to eating lobster. :P

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  6. I feel that the lobster is best eaten plain on its own. All that sauce would drown out the natural taste.

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  7. Yummy to all the three different types of cooking for the lobster.. I love to try a bit of each and every one of them!

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    1. You eat lobsters overseas, even better!

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  8. Reminded me of the famous Singapore chilli crab. The same red broth but spicy. Goes well with the fried mantau.

    I still prefer steamed lobsters. ^^

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    1. I prefer steamed lobsters too or maybe grilled ones too.

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  9. I have not tasted this luxury Chili Lobster dish yet. Mantous are so perfect to dip with these seafood gravy. I love lobsters but have to limit as I often had skin rashes after eating them.

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    1. Oh no! You definitely can't eat them since you get skin rashes.

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  10. Oh wow, wish I were there to dig in too, Mun! I wanna eat too! xoxo

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    1. Pince and Pints is from SG so you can go eat there.

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  11. I don't mind paying for this dish but not the roll you posted previously

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    1. What about the steamed or grilled whole live lobster?

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    2. I love all the juices you showed here, must be very refreshing, spa for the throat

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    3. I prefer lobster with the rich chili gravy and sauce and dip with mantous will be heavenly, this will be my first choice, steam or grilled lobster second choice, last choice the roll

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  12. I wouldn't have gone for chilli when it comes to expensive lobster... good that you liked it!

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