Wednesday, August 8, 2018

WG AB and N

We started our lunch with desserts because the main dishes took some time to arrive. Cendol at MYR 8.50+ (10% service charge = MYR 9.35 nett), Sago at MYR 6.50+ (MYR 7.15 nett) and Warm Water at MYR 1.50+ (MYR 1.65 nett). I was very hungry at that time so I was thankful to have cendol to eat while waiting for the main food.

My friend's Mee Siam at MYR 18.50+ (MYR 20.35 nett). It was a big portion so she  had difficulty finishing it. The fried egg has a runny yolk which she loves. There are at least 2 quite big prawns.

My lunch which I kept half for dinner: Nasi ulam with a full chicken leg at MYR 25.50+ (MYR 28.05 nett). This is the only time I ate nasi ulam with bits of salted fish in it with lots of shredded herbs so it was very, very tasty. There are 2 types of raw vegetable/herb leaves which I am not familiar with but I ate them all with cucumber and raw petai. I tried a bit of the sambal belacan and it was not that spicy hot but very fragrant. This dish is worth a try.

Please click the photos of the menu to have a larger image which you may or may not be able to read the words that may be too small.

Prices are kind of high but I guess it is because the food is tasty.

Eggs dishes cost at least MYR 15 each.

Total bill for two pax is MYR 66.55 nett.

This is a new eatery at the Midvalley Mall which opened for business a few months ago. It replaces Olive Garden and is located near to Madam Kwan restaurant.

18 comments:

  1. The desserts are so enticing, the food looks so good too. Gotta KIV this place too should I happen to hop over anytime soon.

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    1. Can try this place because they sure give enough stuffs and taste good though a bit expensive.

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  2. I seldom look at those eateries in 1st floor...except Madam Kwan. Didn't notice that Olive Garden is no longer there.

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  3. I think there is one outlet in TTDI. When we passed by, my partner remarked Alibaba & Nonya is a weird combo so the food might be suspect. He is so judgemental! Based on the menu I see here, it is worthy of a visit.

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    1. Yes you are right, it seems that they have a branch in TTDI. You can go try the food there to see if the nyonya dishes are up to your standards or not.

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  4. I like Nyonya food and yes, I certainly like your choice too!!

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  5. I'm trying out the place next week!

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    1. Can't wait to read your review about it.

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  6. Wow! I must visit this outlet near my home. I like to eat Nasi Ulam and Mee Siam with generous ingredients.

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    1. ya try and see if you like the food there.

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  7. Both the desserts and main dishes look very yummy! I feel like having a bowl of cendol ice. This warm weather makes me thirsty.

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    1. Yes, the weather is very hot these days.

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  8. I like the enamel cup for putting the warm water, so nice!

    I love the desserts especially the sago which I would like to try, they look so inviting on a warm weather

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