For a restaurant that focuses on beer, Restoran 2008 Snow Beer offers a few surprisingly great dishes to go with the drinking. People come for the snow beer and stay for the finger-licking food. I am not a drinker myself so I didn’t know that snow beer even existed. Apparently snow beer is not a new kind of beer, the name actually applies to any brand of beer as long as you serve it correctly.
When I first heard about Gulam Mee I thought it was some sort of new noodle in town. Turns out, it is actually just the name for a restaurant that specializes in both Mee Goreng and Mee Rebus that has its roots in Kedah. It seemed that the consensus about this place was great, so I dropped by one day for dinner.
Yesterday, I attended the official launch of Sakae Sushi‘s CNY Treats and Salmon Yee Sang at Paradigm Mall. The 2015 Lunar New Year is upon us and I am pretty sure many of you’d be celebrating the coming Goat Year by having Yee Sang, tossing it high hoping to bring in auspicious luck.
Sakae’s Fortune Salmon Yee Sang is available in two options: Success (for 1-2 pax) @ RM29.80 and Money (6-8 pax) @ RM49.80. For takeaways, gatherings or gifts, the Yee Sang comes in an attractive, easy to carry packaging box.
At Rocku Yakiniku, guests could savour the classic Japanese charcoal grill experience in buffet style. But Rocku Yakiniku has a few things up their sleeves that set them apart from the other BBQ restaurants. It is the first of its kind to incorporate live and modern entertainment in a casual sit-down BBQ. This unique concept of restaurant, dubbed as “restaurtainment” actually originated from Singapore and aims to deliver a fresh dining experience to diners in Malaysia.
One of my latest food discovery is Yes 99 seafood restaurant located at Taman Kepong. Being a neighbourhood restaurant, you could expect their price to be affordable and maybe even cheap for the quality you get.
They have a properly printed menu that features a wide variety of humble and straightforward dishes consisting mostly of poultry, pork and seafood. Despite the many choices, some dishes are still subject to ingredients availability. In order not to be repetitive, let me just say that all the dishes we had tasted fresh, delicious and served in respectable portions.
After more than a decade later, Outback Steakhouse opened their second Malaysian outlet at Nu Sentral Mall. Their flagship store was first opened at Bukit Bintang Park in 2001 and I am pretty sure those of you who had frequented Lowyat or Sungei Wang Plaza would have noticed it before. Despite its Australian theme, Outback Steakhouse is actually an American steakhouse chain, and in fact the largest in the world.
If you are somewhat familiar with American appetizers you might have heard of a dish called Blooming Onion. It is an impressive, flower shaped appetizer consisting of deep-fried onion cuts, created and popularized by none other than Outback Steakhouse. But since the vidalia onion used to make Blooming Onion is rare in Malaysia, the dish is modified and renamed to Typhoon Onion instead.