Saturday, February 7, 2009

Restaurant Top Hat , KL



Erm..This was one of my first visit dated back in February --Oops sorry as Ive mentioned that I really didnt have the time to post them up on time..well, as far as I could still recalled, this place has a very classic and romantic ambience - it's like a "In-House" concept restaurant which I think only certain areas in KL do have it...but hard to find unless you know where it resides. My bf stumbled across this place through a friend which recommended us here for some special "date" or occasion which could marked our memories and encarved it in our heart for long...hehe..It has a victorian style interior divided into two different sections which display a different setting of cos..we choosed the corner area where it is nearby to a "see - through" window allowing us to view the scenery especially when it's sunset by 7pm evening...U are seriously gonna love it a lot. :D But one thing - an exception - you may not gonna like it so much from the exterior view since it's a bit old fashioned design - haha ..so don't let that impression dropped till you get in first, okay? Their menus changes every 3 months and price are subjected to 5% Govt tax and 10% service charge - haha..but it deserves it since you will be treated as one of their VIPs with excellent service of cos.



It includes classic Western dishes with a subtle touch of Asian flavours. For starters, a variety of soups and salads are always on the menu. Succulent seafood platters, spice encrusted rack of lamb, grilled rib-eye steak, panfried halibut and seafood pastas are standard favourites as main courses. The chefs also present local Malaysian Nyonya dishes: Top Hats (a signature starter and locally known as kueh pie tee), laksa and a variety of sambals and curries are regularly featured. For desserts, the restaurant offers home-made delights such as ice creams, bread and butter pudding, crumbles, a rich variety of cakes and local Malaysian desserts like cendol, ondeh-ondeh, pulut hitam. Customers often order the cakes to take home. I really can't remember what we have actually ordered, but all of them tasted superb!!! You should take your loved ones there and try them out yourself as it's worth it!

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Eating out at Shabu Shabu Restaurant, Bandar Puteri Puchong


yum yum....I guess this place is already famous among all eateriens from all over everywhere..so I don't think I need to talk about much as its too publicized already..:P I couldnt think of how many times I've came here for some healthy steaming food or whenever I crave for some healthy steamboat ..the toughts about freshly boiled vegetables, spinach, and a variety of selections ranging from meat balls to cuttlefish and lots lots more!! I think why this restaurant has became so successful till today was due to that the price is great at only RM 25 per person and it' s buffet style which means it's unlimited - you eat as you pleased including the delicious pork rolls! On top of that, you get to eat under comfortable and air con environment! Put in comparison likewise places like Johnny Or Coca restaurant, both are a losers to Shabu Shabu in my opinion cause they lacking in terms of price and food freshness and taste!! :P Shabu shabu will only be my one and only place whenever I miss steamboat! What about you? Oh yes, recently not long ago, I have noticed that the other outlet which is not serving Buffet Style has closed down or rather relocate to the other area which Im not too sure..I just found out as of recent and apparently they have expanded the second outlet to 4 storeys high...that's what I heard though..any idea?

NOTE: This post was dated back to February - which was when this outlet (the one that is not buffet) ** was still around. :D

Shabu-Shabu Restaurant
No:19, Jalan Puteri 1/6, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong.
Tel: 03-80605221
Business hours:5 pm - 11.30 pm