Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Salsa @ Upper Penang Rd

It's been kinda long since we last suggested to go Salsa for a try. Wait no more! I finally managed to organize it with 8x of us! Yesterday night we went down after work.

I was still not familiar with the new camera sestting thus the pics came out argh! still not nice heh... :(

Menu for RM30++ set dinner.

Here's the pic combo.

Row 1 : bread, appetizer (with salmon,chicken & salad), celery soup.

Row 2 : main course (fish or lamb, or chicken) - see below for our feedbacks..

Row 3 : coffee or ice lemon tea, dessert.

Majority of us chose fish. The fish was really so-so leh, some parts very salty, not even one. Too bad lah.

The appetizer was good! How we wish that it's NOT only an appetizer :)

Our individual ratings ranged from C- to A-. Average is B.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Noodle Station @ e-Gate

Noodle Station @ e-Gate.

From the menu, it seemed like they termed themselves as the specialist in wan tan mee uh?! :) You could have all different types of ingredients matching to your noodles. Normal dishes' price ranged from RM4.50 to RM5.50. There were a lot of varieties when it comes to drinks. However the ice mocha xxx was rated as 'very bad' by miss L*, the colour looked like very thick ice lemon tea though. :) Ya, they served desserts too.

Sandwitch, wan tan (additional), fried wan tan noodles with spicy style, seafood wan tan mee.

It was grateful that their wan tan got shrimp.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Tao Yuan + Beef Noodle

The our-all-time-favourite at Tao Yuan @ Campbell Street.

The beef noodle/rice at Perak Road @ 2828 kopitiam. Hmm....the quality has deteriorated leh..Now the ingredients have seeemd to be less compared to last time. Perhaps now you got to ask for 'kae liao' then only they provide uh?! The only thing remained was the soup base was still as non-oily as before. :)

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Kimberley Street favourites

Just now after having late light dinner (~7.45p.m.) at Tai Tong @ Cintra Street, we ta pao the Kimberley Street's favourites back home.

Clockwise : Kuey Chap + the Ark Liao, Almond paste.

Yummy yummy......