Malaysians like a few things in life. One is free stuffs, second is cheap stuffs. That we all can’t deny because Malaysians are cheap. But when it comes to buffet especially during Ramadhan month, not many restaurants offers cheap dining. How about having some cheap buffet and steamboat (and grill too) at Restoran Nelayan Gombak? Sounds good? Ok then.
Taking a Sunday drive from Subang Jaya to Mahkota Cheras took about an hour. But knowing that my wife and I will be sampling food made with passion that won’t cost much, made me forget the distance to travel all the way to the other side of the city. Good thing it was on a Sunday. Less traffic and less headache. Only thing I have to worry about are those drivers who took Sunday drive as literally a Sunday drive.
Review at Food Republic, Pavilion KL
I was invited and had the honour of sampling some of the local delicacies served at Food Republic, Pavilion KL, recently. I sampled about eight types of dishes from four different food stalls at the Food Republic food court. The idea of this review is to give an idea of what you can have for your break-fast in the coming Ramadhan month or for your meal while working in the heart of KL. And here is my review.
I came across a hidden gem recently while I was driving around in Bangsar. A quaint restaurant in a corner along the back alley of Bangsar Utama caught my eyes. From the outside, it look like an old kopitiam. I was curious to know what kind of dishes they serve. It was still early in the morning, right after Bangsar dwellers clocked in for work. During that time it was empty. I told myself that I must check that place out since my tummy was growling begging to be fed.