Showing posts from September, 2018

Dotty's Pastries & Coffee @ KLCC

Known for their salted egg yolk cronuts, Dotty's has recently opened a new outlet in KLCC. They have two outlets in Bangsar and one in TTDI, which is the one that I always go to. Seeing that I was really in a sweet tooth mood, I dropped by their new outlet recently and also tried a few dishes that I've not tried before. Interiors are similar to the other outlets.   We ordered their Eggs Benedict with Soft Shell Crab (RM28). Compared to few other cafes that I've been to with similar price range, their egg-ben is relatively smaller. Frankly speaking, I was quite disappointed with the presentation and it's definitely the least appealing egg ben dish I've had. Hollandaise sauce was barely enough which made the whole dish really drying as you can see.    We were there around 11am and was told that the pastries will only be ready by 12pm. I wasn't in a rush so I didn't mind waiting but honestly, the preparation speed is just really slow. I ordered their Tuna M…

Hits & Misses at Malaysia Boleh! @ Four Seasons Place KL

I've been to the Malaysia Boleh! food court in Singapore years ago but all that I can remember is that it was quite a hectic dinner, as you would expect from a food court. The rest of the memories are now hazy in the mind.   If you have not heard of or been to Malaysia Boleh!, it is a food court that houses more than 14 stalls of popular local delicacies from different states. There's Penang Laksa, Pudu Fried Chicken, Klang Bak Kut Teh and the list goes on. This is definitely the perfect food spot for both local and tourists as you can try some of Malaysia's famous delicacies all in one space!                                          The Penang Laksa (RM10) was one of the better ones that I've had. The sourness and thickness of the broth was just how I like my laksa to be. This dish just hits all the right spots.   I'm not a fan of Hokkien mee but the KL Hokkien Mee (RM12) was good. It really was full with "wok hei" which I think is the most important …

Dancing Fish @ Bangsar Shopping Center

We had relatives from overseas that came to visit and of course, we had to bring them to a place that serves good local food that we can proudly present to them. The first place that came to my dad's mind was Dancing Fish that is no stranger to any gastronome. They serve contemporary Malay-Indo cuisine had been around for 7 years now and is still holding their place strongly, in the F&B industry. I've just found out that Dancing Fish had recently revamped 40% of their menu. We started off with the Emping with Sambal Terasi (RM7.45). The crackers here at Dancing Fish are made from 100% melinjo nuts and has a nutty and bitter taste. Oh, the sambal really does packs a punch!
  What's a trip to Dancing Fish if you don't order their signature dish?We had the Dancing Fish (Nila Goreng) with Asam Kedondong Pedas (RM58.75). The whole fish is deepfried till crispy that you can even the eat the bones too. Definitely the most picture worthy looking fish. On the other note, if…