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Quiznos Sub at Jaya Shopping Center

Quiznos Sub Malaysia

 

Quiznos Sub first opened their doors in Malaysia years back and is still serving fresh and quality ingredients with all their recipes for bread, soup, and dressings developed in house so know that the flavour profile will be distinctly exclusive. And just like every other sandwich outlet, toasted sandwiches have long been practiced since it’s been heard off. Yet what sets them apart from many and mainly their main competitors is the fact that the whole sandwich is toasted and that the crunchy sensation is exquisitely memorable. Speaking of crunchy sensation, the bread on the pizza is nothing doughy or bread alike. Thin crust almost crackling crunchy was a stealer.

 

1.Quiznos Sub

2.Quiznos Sub

 

This sandwich kiosk offers a comprehensive best for on the go or takeaway including sandwiches, pizzas, waffle fries and soups for any seeking the comforting warm and creamy start. But the astounding selection has never been any closer to our heart when they roll out their recent highlight – The Laksa Sub. That’s right you heard it right and you hear it first here on foodeverywhere. Who needs a bowl when you can have laksa in a sub? Big chucks of real chicken meat with succulent and juicy bites and the tang that’s tantalising, this one just will just leave you astoundingly anticipating their next season menu – the green curry. Look out for that as well.

 

4.Quiznos Sub

 

Quiznos Sub scores points for its smart packaging, and for the quality of their servings if not the quantity, though the fillings tuna evoke a sense of déjà vu. The bread though, invariably has a crispier outer crunch, tastes fresh. Mesquite chicken comes with the generous tiles of moist, tender chicken, cheddar cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce and ranch dressing. Choose between sub or pizza and pay RM 12.20 or RM 18.80 for either a 4 inch or a 8 inch sub and RM 13.10 for this as a pizza. Tuna sub here with a choice of wheat bread here has tuna, cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce and red vinaigrette. And for all the meat monsters out there, fret not because there is the zesty steak to load up that protein in your meal. This one has got steak, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, onion, mushroom, sweet honey mustard and zesty grille sauce.

 

5.Quiznos Sub

6.Quiznos Sub

 

Those or the Classic Italian with rosemary parmesan bread. This best seller comes with the chicken ham, beef salami, beef pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, tomato, onion, olive, lettuce and red vinaigrette. Pay about RM8.40 for a 4 inch and RM13.10 for a 8 inch for a sub or go with the pizza for RM 9.30.

 

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.Quiznos Sub

 

Appreciate this healthier grab and go option with all the fine and premium ingredients and skip the frizzy drink if you can. This certainly is a cleaner meal at any time of the day.

 

3.Quiznos Sub

 

This tasting session is at Quiznos Jaya, at:
LG-K7, Lower Ground Floor,
Jaya Shopping Centre, Jalan Semangat,
46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
GPS: 3.1652113,101.6065873
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuiznosMalaysia/

 

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Absolute Thai Street Food @ MIdvalley Megamall

 

Currently in Thailand when drafting this particular post just makes it worst to have to describe my experience with Absolute Thai street food in Midvalley megamall. If I must put it bluntly, then the simplest and most accurate description is probably localised. All our order, including the drink, of which one of it is sold as the Thai coconut (RM 7), totally fail to live up to their reputation. Absolute Thai has been serving street food with comfortable indoor seating, mostly inside malls, but the eatery still qualifies as street food given the array of most popular and renown Thai street dishes. One of which is the Thai Chicken Porridge (RM 11.90) and the Beef Noodle (RM 15.90). Which turns out would be a delight to most Malaysians. Seasoning and taste profile are closely tied to the local palate so for those eager to satisfy the Thai street food cravings, I’d recommend skipping this one.

 

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Lemon Grass (RM 4.90) drink weirdly has a wedge of lime and this one totally reminded me of our local limau ais. Safest order is probably the omelette but take note it isn’t a sharing portion.

 

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In Thailand, even if you don’t know where to look, there’s still a high chance to stumble upon treasure. While Bangkok’s street food already claiming their throne to be legendary, with critics and bloggers from all over the world dropping reviews and praises, there is indeed something magical about their cuisine that seemed familiar to most of us in Malaysia but yet still never fails to create a little bit of surprises each time. I am hoping that there will be more Thai restaurants in Klang Valley that could give us the same surprises.

 

 

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Currently in Thailand when drafting this particular post just makes it worst to have to describe my experience with Absolute Thai street food in Midvalley megamall. If I must put it bluntly, then the simplest and most accurate description is probably localised. All our order, including the drink, of which one of it is sold as the Thai coconut (RM 7), totally fail to live up to their reputation. Absolute Thai has been serving street food with comfortable indoor seating, mostly inside malls, but the eatery still qualifies as street food given the array of most popular and renown Thai street dishes. One of which is the Thai Chicken Porridge (RM 11.90) and the Beef Noodle (RM 15.90). Which turns out would be a delight to most Malaysians. Seasoning and taste profile are closely tied to the local palate so for those eager to satisfy the Thai street food cravings, I’d recommend skipping this one.

 

1. absolute thai street  (2)
2. absolute thai street  (3)

 

Lemon Grass (RM 4.90) drink weirdly has a wedge of lime and this one totally reminded me of our local limau ais. Safest order is probably the omelette but take note it isn’t a sharing portion.

 

3. absolute thai street  (4)

 

In Thailand, even if you don’t know where to look, there’s still a high chance to stumble upon treasure. While Bangkok’s street food already claiming their throne to be legendary, with critics and bloggers from all over the world dropping reviews and praises, there is indeed something magical about their cuisine that seemed familiar to most of us in Malaysia but yet still never fails to create a little bit of surprises each time. I am hoping that there will be more Thai restaurants in Klang Valley that could give us the same surprises.

 

 

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Absolute Thai Street Food is located at :
LG Floor, Mid Valley City,
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: 11 am – 10 pm daily
Phone: +60 3-2202 2708
GPS: 3.118518,101.676263
https://www.absolutethai.com.my/

 

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Absolute Thai Street Food is located at :
LG Floor, Mid Valley City,
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: 11 am – 10 pm daily
Phone: +60 3-2202 2708
GPS: 3.118518,101.676263
https://www.absolutethai.com.my/

 

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Eatomo Publika

 

Poke bowl. Pronounced as ‘po- kay’, is a Hawaiian dish commonly mistaken as Japanese origin because of the fresh raw cuts of fishes. The confusion probably happened because of the similar dishes by the Japanese – most likely zuke Don or donburi, and that most of us were more familiar with Japanese food as the cuisine gained its popularity over the years. While it may seem like a new trend, this simple and addictive Hawaiian dish has been around for centuries. And because local Japanese in Hawaii is a big ethnic group in Hawaii, it is no surprise of the influence in their food.

 

Up until 2015, we haven’t caught wind of this Hawaiian dish but when pokebowl becomes widely accepted (thanks to social media), people started being creative and infusing local elements to redefine the dish. Take note the real Hawaiian poke though, isn’t really instagrammable. So, this one is close.

 

2.Eatomo Publika

 

Meet the Pokelantan Bowl. Here at the Eatomo Solaris Dutamas, this one is made with the usual raw cuts of fish before finishing with a toss of lime and chili padi drizzle marinate, this truly is a marriage of Asian pacific. Resembling local dishes, the combination in this bowl is bursting full when it comes to the authentic Asian flavour.

 

1.Eatomo Publika

 

Another amazing protein source for those not too keen with raw fishes, Mentaiko Tamago rice is a good satisfaction although I find the portion a little small to fit the huge appetite I had during my visit. Personally, I like my mentaiko just as they are, but most are probably more accustomed to slightly more diluted flavour profile so having this with them thick slices of egg omelette and fragrant rice is topgallant.

 

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That wasn’t the only crowd pleaser, fresh oysters and mussels come with the breeze of ocean and sea. The plump and juicy oyster of a perfect one mouth bite size was my ultimate favourite, followed closely by the pot of mussel with that fancy sweet flavourful broth of nothing but pleasant.

 

3.Eatomo Publika
4.Eatomo Publika
5.Eatomo Publika
6.Eatomo Publika

 

Meaty bowls are inevitable, but for anyone dying to have raw leaves then you might have to pick any of their salad bowl, which I really don’t recommend unless if the determination to improve wellbeing of your gut is the main concern. Salads are like many other Japanese eatery, boring and unattractive.

 

8. Eatomo Publika

 

Seemingly trivial, but food is a way of life in the country and the ethnic diversity has resulted in such extraordinary food landscape. Who would have think that poke, a product of the indigenous native Hawaiian culture would fit perfect with the touch of Kelantan? This outlet gave me a better experience than the their first in Taman Danau Desa outlet for sure and at this blog entry point, there is a third outlet at Bangsar !!

 

Eatomo Publika is located at :
A2-G2-06 Solaris Dutamas,
No 1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
50480 KL
Business Hour : Monday (closed), Tues- Thurs (12–3PM, 6–10:30PM)
Friday- Sunday (12–10:30PM)
Phone: 03-6412 2280
GPS: 3.1708147,101.665288

 

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Plane in the City Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur– Boeing 737 aircraft restaurant

Throughout the years, I’ve noticed a growing trend of new dining entertainments with dinner menu to be enjoyed alongside theme and entertainment. Whether it is themed speakeasy bars or those hidden cocktail bistros, it gets more and more overwhelming each time. This year, brought to us by the same names behind the iconic Dinner In The Sky- Two Spicy Entertainment, it’s dining inside a real aircraft in the middle of the city. It has been fascinating to see how receptive Malaysian diners are towards entertaining dining, and more so on how the unabating interests prolonged while each trend lasted.

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Landed a couple of months ago and launched in April, this Boeing 737 aircraft now permanently transformed into a unique dining space with a three-course meal created by the Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur. With two sessions per day with each lasting 90 minutes to fit all three courses, a wing walk experience, and a cockpit tour and photo opportunity, it would be a struggle conclude if this experience is worthy of the prices paid. Like actual airline, dining menu are categorized into classes . The first class experience costing RM 999 will include a stay at the hotel Le Meridien whilst Business and Economy Class will cost RM 399 and RM 199 respectively.

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It is certainly one of the most exciting restaurants in the city, but not quite entirely known as an epicenter of most fabulous dining experience depending on what exactly is to be anticipated. If you’re looking for an easy and reliably good dinner along some relaxing affair, spend the money elsewhere. But if seeking a bit of adrenaline rush and excitement from having to juggle through all three courses and both cockpit visit and Wing walk, as well as the mandatory checking in on social media postings; Plane in The City here wouldn’t be a mistake. You don’t even need to enlist their cabin crew for the service- extensive assistance are provided with confirmed joy and fun factor.

There is option to book an entire session privately but take note this standard seating accommodates up to 20 pax at one go.

Plane in The City is located at :
231, Bukit Bintang Street, Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.1471475,101.7182938
Tickets and reservations: https://www.planeinthecity.com/
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/planeinthecity/?_rdc=1&_rdr

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Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

 

The best of buffet is obviously the assortment and wide selections but the Ramadan Buffet is always a little more localised with plenty of actions going on at the cooking stations. People were waxing lyrical about the usual suspects but Executive Chef Juzaili at the Pullman Bangsar’s LINK has got his specialties that really steal the limelight. There is a whole lamb marinated in a secret blend of spices and roasted to golden perfection and at the same time an unlimited dibs at the selection of their international spread. The food is truly global, with the local favourites sharing the spotlight with a host of western delicacies.

 

1.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018
2.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018
3.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018
4.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018
5.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

 

Diners will be entertained by an enchanting live performance by the Ghazal Band, playing nightly during the entire dinner service which creates a lively ambience to this dining experience. According to the Mr. Andrew Carlile , General Manager of Pullman KL Bangsar, buffet preparation this year has great emphasize on food authenticity so buka puasa will be traditional and memorable. Guests are also able to break their fast and enjoy their dinner with a variety of delights from fresh cut seafood, assorted gulai kawah, bubur lambok, Mongolian grill, and the comeback of last year’s crowd favourite due to popular demand- the Oxtail Gear Box Soup.

 

9.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

 

Dessert spread features tiers of tarts, cakes, delicate mousses and other freshly-made sweet treats. But for something a little more substantial, go for unlimited servings of durian. That is if the marvel of the powerful stench from metres away haven’t kill you already before you approach them.

 

6.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

7.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

8.Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar- Ramadan Buffet 2018

 

Sajian Selera Desa Dinner Buffet at LINK- All Day Dining Restaurant starts from 6:00pm to 10:00pm daily and is priced at RM168nett per adult and RM84nett per child aged below 12 years old. The buffet will begin on 15th May and end on 10th June 2018.

 

Guests are encouraged to make early bookings to avoid disappointment. For reservations, call 03-2298 1888 extension 5000

 

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LINK- All Day Dining Restaurant @ Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar is located at:
No.1 Jalan Pantai Jaya Tower 3
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 59200
http://www.pullmanhotels.com/gb/hotel-7962-pullman-kuala-lumpur-bangsar-/index.shtml
GPS: 3.1158536,101.663215

 

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The restaurant’s decadent desserts run a close second to the jet-fresh sashimi and golden, deep-fried tempura.

PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur- Ramadan Buffet 2018

 

This Ramadhan, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur is delighted to once again host a feast of local and international cuisine at the Chatz Brasserie and is preparing an authentic flavour of Sarawak as their daily highlight. Sarawak cuisines presented by Chefs from Bumi Kenyalang Sarawak includes Ikan Terubok Masin, Umai Ikan, Dayak Pepper Beef, as well as those Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee made fresh on the spot at their live cooking station. Also, how about those colourful layers of Kek Lapis?

 

1.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

2.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

3.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

4.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

5.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

5.2Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

 

At the same time, there’s the usual local and international favourites so guests are able to break their fast and enjoy their dinner with a variety of delights with plenty of choices. Seafood section offering fresh cut of sashimi slices as well as some very tasty dishes like bamboo clams, prawns, and fishes. Also, not to be missed is their rendition of bubur, here we have some bubur pedas; as well as the delicious percik chicken, and the grill meats.

 

6.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

7.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

8.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

9.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

 

The assortment compilation of dishes are fantastic for nibbling away to break fast. A walk through the gorgeous assortment of eye catching colours was quite an experience to discover flavours that could not only satisfy your palate, but also refining it. From starters to mains, and their highlight to the local favourites, there isn’t anything that I dislike.

 

10.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018
11.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018
12.Selera Asli Sarawak at the Chatz Brasserie ( PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur) – Ramadan 2018

 

This ‘Selera Asli’ Malaysia featuring Delicacies from Sarawak at Chatz Brasserie will be available starting 18th May to 14th June 2018. If anyone is interested, there will be the Hari Raya Aidilfitri Hi-Tea available on 15th June 2018 and priced at RM 80 nett per person (senior citizen above age of 60 and children aged 4-11 years old are priced at RM 48 and RM 40 respectively). Group discount will be priced at RM 70 nett per person (min 5- 100 persons)

 

For reservations or enquiries for the a la carte and set menus, please call 03 2147 0088 or email chatz.prkul@parkroyalhotels.com.

 

The ‘Selera Asli’ Malaysia featuring Delicacies from Sarawak will be available from 7 – 10:30pm and is priced as such:
Adult- RM148 nett per person
Children (4 to 11 years old)– RM 74
Group Discount Priced at RM128 nett per person (min 20 to 100 persons)

 

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Chatz Brasserie is located at PARKROYAL KUALA LUMPUR
Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2782 8301
Website: www.parkroyalhotels.com/en/hotels-resorts/malaysia/kuala-lumpur.html
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Parkroyalkualalumpur

GPS: 3.14422,101.7123199

 

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Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

 

Privileged to be tasting the new addition from my favourite dining establishment, there is absolutely nothing quite like the indulgence of the lovely Afternoon Tea especially when it is with some friends I haven’t seen in a while. Fritz Brasserie at Ground level of Wolo Hotel is now serving these tiers of sweet and savoury dainty bite sized treats featuring their new menu of delectable bites like the chicken curry kapitan with cilantro mayo and a smoked salmon croissant, as well as a variety of sweets, including their newest range of Baby Cakes. Being invited to taste the new serving, it was the perfect and most wonderful excuse to sit through the middle of the afternoon and leisurely sip through your tea or coffee.

 

1.1Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

1.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

2.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

3.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

4.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

 

Serving high tea daily from 3-6pm and for RM 55+ per person, this is including a pot of tea of your choice, or if you’d prefer coffee. I personally love tea at tea sessions and appreciates the art of afternoon tea very much despite the higher sugar content in general. But the art of afternoon tea has gradually from where it is originated became what we seemed as a fashionable indulgence. Even more so when it quickly spread from common tea rooms to the garden. Here in Fritz Brasserie, things are better with the first-class services from their meticulously well-dressed service crew, in the overwhelmingly decorated interior at the establishment. This no – nonsense modern European designed establishment with grand chandelier over the space with high ceiling and tall window panes would be the ideal place providing calm and serenity to keep those hunger pangs in between lunch and dinner at bay.

 

5.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

6.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

7.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

8.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

9.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

10.Afternoon Tea @ Fritz Brasserie (Ground Floor, Wolo Hotel)

 

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Fritz Brasserie is located at:
Ground Floor, WOLO, Bukit Bintang Street,
Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: Daily 7am-1am
Phone: 03-4065 0876
https://brasseriefritz.com/
GPS: 3.1470646,101.711406

 

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