The food journal of the lady who doesn't eat just about everything, because she is just one annoyingly fussy person with food and probably has a longer list of food she doesn't like compared to those she likes.
Follow me on my expedition in the search to share things I enjoy to satisfy my picky taste buds at your own risk of being annoyed.
Picky with what I eat, curious about the stories behind the scene and capturing the moments through my lens and diary here...
This was during a company's workshop cum conference and teambuilding in December; the buffets were all provided by the Avilion Resort as part of the corporate package. This post will be more of a photography journey =)
The Ballroom, View from the balcony
View of Buffet
Honestly, the food was not as good as I would've thought; probably because our conference took too long and by the time we had lunch, the food had gotten cold.
Anyway, I spotted this cute little preserved thing, and was wondering, whether anyone can tell me the name of this? (on the left) =)
I had a belated birthday treat when I was in KL; thanks to a colleague! We had lunch at Souled Out in Hartamas; this is probably my first time here despite hearing about this place so many times from all the KL folks who love to hang out at this cool place.
I didn't really take photos of this place as I think everyone knows this place pretty well.
Service was prompt and really excellent here; it definitely made a very good first impression.
We were recommended this Tofu Puffs (RM12) by the server who took our orders; it seemed that this was the specialty here. The tofu puffs were delightfully crispy and soft at the same time; as it was just hot from the wok. The tofu were stuffed with prawns, vegetables and mushrooms; and it is pretty much like spring rolls; just with a different exterior. It was really delicious; and unique, making one reach for a second helping as one is simply not enough! ;)
Fried Beef noodles at RM14 was a huge plate of flat rice noodles; also known as Hor Fun served in thick egg and starch gravy with ginger and spring onion, and of course, beef slices.
Grilled garoupa fish (RM28) was definitely my order; as I am a fan of the succulent and smooth texture of the fish and this definitely did not disappoint me! It is hard to find a place that can serve good grilled fish; especially when they use naturally smooth textured fish like garoupa. I loved it, and it was good with every single bite. Highly recommended!~
I only ordered Sky juice initially but I was tempted with this unique and enticing drink. Dragonfly is their signature drink; a mix of fresh red dragon fruit, watermelon, strawberry puree, Monin lychee syrup, fresh lemon juice and garnished with a wedge of dragon fruit (from the menu!). Refreshing and sensational, I did not regret paying RM13 for this drink!~
The food here is really good, albeit the slightly steeper prices but the food are served hot and fresh from the kitchen! We could still see it smokin' hot!~
For the service and food, it is really worth a visit! (No, this is not a paid post nor am I working for them :)