Canoodling @ Bangsar Village 2

 

First of all, ‘canoodling’ is rather catchy and not to mention the most interesting part about dining in this restaurant is that we are allow to be little artist or painter for as long as we dine. Upon entering the restaurant, the lightings are a little dim and the tables are all covered with clean, blank white papers. On each table, there are crayons and we are allowed to use the crayons to scribble and draw on the paper on each table. A bit unhygienic if you ask me, but I guess many would find it interesting. The food came rather fast, so the whole scribbling and drawing on the paper covered table are pretty redundant. Not to mention how we will be eating on the crayon scribbles. Excuse my OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) but I really find that a bit unhygienic.

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Nonetheless, the food is palatable and the portion was nicely served to my liking. Not too much so you get to order more variety and not having to worry about the portion being big. However, there aren’t any specialties that got my attention. They served Chinese fusion, and we get to order either individual meals or dishes when you have a whole group of friends, or family. I ended up with their ‘pan mee’ noodle, duck noodle, fried bitter gourd with salted egg, and old cucumber soup. The dishes are very home-cooked style, but it wasn’t all that great. But it was not horrible. I won’t mind returning for other dishes on the menu, but it won’t be the first place that come into my mind when figuring out what’s for dinner or lunch.

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Nonetheless, the food is palatable and the portion was nicely served to my liking. Not too much so you get to order more variety and not having to worry about the portion being big. However, there aren’t any specialties that got my attention. They served Chinese fusion, and we get to order either individual meals or dishes when you have a whole group of friends, or family. I ended up with their ‘pan mee’ noodle, duck noodle, fried bitter gourd with salted egg, and old cucumber soup. The dishes are very home-cooked style, but it wasn’t all that great. But it was not horrible. I won’t mind returning for other dishes on the menu, but it won’t be the first place that come into my mind when figuring out what’s for dinner or lunch.

Canoodle with any of their hearty noodles or their lovely dishes and enjoy the dining experience at Lot 2F-29,Ground Floor, Bangsar Village, 1 Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur. Call them at 03-2287 1566 and check out their facebook at http://www.facebook.com/canoodling.big. Check out foodeverywhere facebook page for more photos and updates of foodeverywhere at http://www.facebook.com/foodeverywhere.sy

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2 Responses to “Canoodling @ Bangsar Village 2”
  1. garrymoore says:

    hi to all foodeverywhere.wordpress.comers this is my first post and thought i would say a big hello to yous –
    regards speak again soon
    garry

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