Into the Doorway of Food, where it's all about Eating...
Let's start the journey into my world of food...
Different tastebuds with different tongues; you're the eater and you're the judge... What I share here is simply the passion towards food and drinks.
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Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Monday, 23 February 2015
I'm happy with the recommendation by William as the Lau Sang Seafood Restaurant has indeed served some tasty dishes. My parents have enjoyed it as I do, I think we love the time being together as a family.
Sunday, 15 February 2015
The Valentine's Day Set Menu costs RM 198 per pax, excluding government tax and service charge. Sitting down on our table, we're firstly served with the Kir Royale or the cocktail that is made of champagne and blackcurrant liquer. It's an easy drink and I've enjoyed the mixture as the blackcurrant liquer has added a little sweetness to the sourness of the champagne.
After being amazed by the Foie Gras Brulée, we're then served with the Warm Tiger Shrimps that are served on a bed of salad and being garnished with the champagne vinegar emulsion. What I like the most? The chopped shallot that is mixed with special sauce and herbs that has matched the succulent prawn and the freshness of the vegetable completely. The best option for me will be a big plate of prawns with the special sauce yet without any green.
A delicious dinner with a good service from the staff, we've enjoyed the Valentine's Dinner to the maximum satisfaction. It's very pity that a lot of customers have turned down their reservations at the very last minute and without any early information at all.
Sunday, 8 February 2015
The food at the 1960s is indeed quite delicious. Yet, the restaurant is not overwhelmed with customers and I'm wondering why? Maybe, the lighting is just too bright? Or, the menu is just too simple?
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
We've as usual decided to share the food by ordering the Beer Food Platter and the Mix Grill Platter. The earlier comes with roast pork, fried squid tentacles, bacon that is wrapped with cherries, meatballs and the Belgium frites. The roast pork tastes quite delicious from its saltiness yet the taste and the crunchiness of the skin are way too far comparing to the Asian-style roast pork. The tentacle is coated with too much flour that it tastes very softy and oily. A special idea indeed by wrapping the preserved cherries in the pork bacon, but this is definitely a "No-Go"! The artificial taste of the cherries have destroyed the tastiness of the bacon completely. The pork meatballs are topped with a sweet-based black sauce that contains sauteed onions. The best or my favourite dish is the fries that can't be wrong in the taste. The mix grill platters consists of German bratwurst, lamb cutlets, chicken skewers and beef ribs that are supposed to be served with rotkraut instead of fresh salad. The bratwurst or the pork sausage is too soft in its texture. I'm not fancy over lamb as it's too smelly while Su has commented that the lamb cutlets are indeed too chewy comparing to the one that she has tried with the mom before. The beef ribs taste quite delicious from the marination that contains various herbs and spices. What has pissed me off the most? The chicken meat that is served uncooked on the skewer!
Every dish that has been served to our table is basically quite cold. I'm somehow disappointed by the food at Brussels Beer Cafe. Oppositely, Su is very optimistic that she thinks that they may serve some delicious food here yet we've ordered the wrong dishes.