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Review: Tokyo Pastry @ Avenue-K

>> Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Overall comment: Pretty delightful desserts! Whimsical-like cakes, crepes & more to end (or even begin!) your meal on a positive tone ;) They've just started serving main courses as well, so they're still in the process of improvement & adjustments to ensure that their entire menu gets thumbs-up.
Halal: Pork-free, alcohol-free

Tokyo Pastry is no stranger in the dessert playground. The decor of Tokyo Pastry outlets feature an European touch from the era of the Meiji Restoration, when Japan promotes the study, culture and habits of the Western society. Such style has been popularize across many bakeries in Japan. Walking into such bakeries makes me feel comfortable & "at home" although my house is certainly not decorated with such 'woody' feel! :D

Exterior of the Avenue-K outlet

There are currently 2 outlets in Klang Valley i.e. one in Kota Damansara & another in Avenue-K, Jalan Ampang. It was indeed a privilege to taste & provide feedback on the items on the menu served to us on that day at the Avenue-K outlet :) Big thank you to NomsterAd + Tokyo Pastry for the opportunity!

Here's what we tasted that day. I'm gonna start from drinks to dessert to the mains as this pastry house is certainly more recommended for their desserts than their mains ;)

Cucumber Latte (RM9.00/cup)
Surprised by what you've just read? *cucumber??* I was very surprised as well & was very curious on how this actually tasted. It was a pleasant surprise to discover that the cucumber flavor didn't over-power nor cause the simple coffee-latte to taste strange. It wasn't too 'green'; subtle, but evident - plus the latte was pretty smooth. I'm no coffee connoisseur, so I can't provide extensive, constructive criticism on this :P

Ice-Blended Matcha (RM10.00/glass)
For those who love the taste of green tea, you would probably prefer this to the cucumber latte. The ice-blended was unfortunately slightly 'thin' (I was expecting a smoothie/shake-like texture + loads of finely crushed ice) & lacks sweetness. I would prefer it to have more milk, green tea, a tad more sugar syrup & crushed ice ;) Yes, this is coming from someone who doesn't like sweet stuff!

Rose with French Vanilla Tea (RM6.00/cup)
I actually love the smell of roses, but having a strong smell & taste of roses + french vanilla in a hot cup of English tea felt over-powering & somewhat artificial. The 1st whiff reminded me of 'Lovely Lace'. As the smell grew more pungent, I was reminded of my dad's car's Ambi-pur air freshener & was trying VERY hard not to consider the same fragrance that I also remember smelling in public washrooms...ergh. I love roses, but this one felt a little too weird. Tokyo Pastry, it's certainly not your fault. Dilmah has some homework to do...hahaha...

Ice-Blended Oreo (RM10.00/glass)
Among all the 4 drinks served to us that day, this was probably the most pleasing to the palette. It's nothing very fanciful & a rather familiar taste, but at least it tasted 'right'. Just like the ice-blended matcha, this Oreo variant could do with more milk, Oreos & crushed ice as well.

Dessert: Choko Brownie (RM13.00/serving)
Brownie studded with walnuts & crowned with ice-cream & hot fudge
This was the best among the desserts served for our tasting session. We really enjoyed the warm & moist cake, hot fudge, & the chill of the vanilla ice-cream. It wasn't overly sweet & cloying :)

Dessert: Matcha Red Bean Crepe (RM13.00/serving)
This was our next favorite! I especially love the chewy mochi pieces (those pink, green & white colored cubes) accompanying the cool matcha ice-cream, soft-boiled red beans & the fragrant crepe. The crepe could be further improved as I think it could still be slightly 'thinner'. It's overall a 'fun' dessert to enjoy!

Dessert: Yamaimo (RM8.50/serving)
Personally, this was my favorite. I was really surprised at my preference as I'm not a huge fan of yam! The 1st impression I had was "ooo...so cute...like a mop!" Hahaha. The rest of the bloggers stared at me with eyes wide opened..."Like a what....?? Mop..?? Could you like give a better description?" :P

Basically, what I REALLY appreciate about this Yamaimo is that the 'strands' + cream between the layers of cake aren't "yam-flavored cream" but are ACTUAL mashed yam! I LOVE the authenticity! *thumbs up* Lovely mix of texture; the smooth mashed yam + the cool, moist white cake. Yums!

Dessert: Oreo Mille Crepe (RM10.90/slice)
The mille crepe fell short of flavor. It needed more Oreos in the cream itself instead of just having cream between the layers of crepe with crushed Oreos as a topping.

Dessert: Mini Macaron Cake - Strawberry (RM10.90/serving)
The mini macaron cake is a pretty sight, no doubt. Flavor wise, it could be improved. The macaron was slightly dry & 'wafer-y'. It didn't have a distinctive strawberry taste as well unlike macarons from say TWG (I haven't tasted many macarons to make a good comparison). The chocolate & vanilla cream was quite nice, but the overall experience of the mini macaron cake would be much nicer if the macaron is actually slightly chewy & soft on the inside.

You've seen some of the desserts available, but do you know that Tokyo Pastry now serves mains & appetizers as well? Ahah. Tokyo Pastry is coming up with a "complete" menu to offer their dessert-lovers a proper meal before indulging into the delicious desserts!

Appetizer: Hearty Mushroom Soup (RM10.00/serving)
Fresh mushrooms cooked to perfection with porcini oil. Taste the aromatic mushroom goodness in every sip.
I felt that the soup could be thicker & more creamy, but it's not too bad for a mushroom soup. The porcini oil actually elevated the simple mushroom soup's taste & fragrance to the next level.

Appetizer: Salmon Chowder (RM10.00/serving)
Satisfy your craving for the ocean with this rich creamy soup of salmon complemented with carrots and celery.
I didn't really fancy this version of the salmon chowder. Somehow a "chowder" to me should be more 'chunky' & 'rich', but this one was slightly watered down. The chefs fried the salmon first, so the soup was slightly more "fishy". There were bits of fried salmon in the soup, but I would much prefer to have flakes/chunks (cubes) of salmon flesh itself, just like how it's served at the Utara Coffee House in Armada Hotel. The cream of salmon there is really commendable although it's double the price!

Appetizer: Salmon Salad (RM15.00/serving)
Luscious graviax salmon with refreshing mango lime salsa
I must say that the mango lime salsa was quite refreshing & make this dish a good appetizer. However, because the salad is served with smoked salmon instead of fresh salmon slices, the salmon slices were on the savoury side, which caused an imbalance of flavours in the simple salad. Kinda expensive too for such a small portion...haha.

Main: Japanese Curry Chicken Burger (RM15.00/serving)
Grilled chicken in Japanese curry sauce on charcoal bun
The chicken certainly needs more flavor/marination. The simple trick = salt & pepper! The Japanese curry wasn't evident enough as well, so there's still much space for improvement for this burger ;)

Main: Pan-Seared Chicken (RM19.00/serving)
Seared chicken with truffle sauce served with herbed roasted potatoes
Much to our surprise, this simple pan-seared chicken was actually the best among all the mains served for our tasting session! The part of this dish that made this dish a champ was actually the sauce/gravy. It was a well-balanced taste of sweet & savory, plus it has the fragrance of the truffles. Well done, Tokyo Pastry!

Main: Kikkoman Salmon (RM23.00/serving)
Pan-seared salmon glazed with Kikkoman sauce
I'm rather particular when it comes to salmon. I love my pan-seared salmon to have a nice, crispy skin with juicy/moist flesh of the salmon beneath the crisp. This was somewhat overdone as the fish was dry. The Kikkoman soy sauce gravy didn't really help as it's a savory sauce that could over-power the originality of the salmon.

Main: Prawn & Baby Octopus Spaghetti (RM19.00/serving)
Fresh sauteed prawns & baby octopus in tomato-basil sauce
Hmm...I found this a tad too sweet for my liking although I really appreciated the evident presence of fresh basil in the tomato-based sauce. No complains for the prawns & baby octopus. I just feel that salt could balance up the dish more than sugar.

Main: Mushroom & Garden Spaghetti (RM15.00/serving)
Assorted mushrooms spaghetti served in miso broth
This is one vegetarian dish. As a big fan of mushrooms, I was delighted to have this dish served in our tasting menu. Having said that, I was actually quite disappointed that the pasta sauce was more 'soupy' than 'saucy' :( It felt like a boiled spaghetti in miso-mushroom soup. I certainly feel that the sauce could be thickened & the pasta could be more al dante ;) The mushrooms were still a delightful helping to have in this dish...haha...

After tasting the variety of drinks, desserts, appetizers & mains, I would still say that Tokyo Pastry is living up to its name as a pastry house. Given more time, hard-work & passion, Tokyo Pastry could be the next place for a complete & scrumptious meal - a place where the young & old would want to hang-out for good ambiance, delicious food & comforting/refreshing drinks.


Avenue K OutletM-20 & SAC-M-1, Mezzanine Level, Avenue K
Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia.
Tel: (+603) 2181 7660

URL: Tokyo Pastry
FB: https://www.facebook.com/TokyoPastry/

Kota Damansara Outlet
2A-1, Jalan PJU 5/9
Dataran Sunway
Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia.
Tel: (+603) 6151 2896



Ratings:
Presentation: * * * *
Price: * * *
Environment: * * * 1/2
Taste: * * *
Service: * * *

Overall:






Still thinking of the 'cute' Yamaimo,

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Review: Norwegian Salmon Promotion @ Utara Coffee House

>> Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Overall comment: Delicious fresh Norwegian Salmon cooked to perfection in various styles. If you're a fan of salmon, you'll really enjoy the variety offered (plus it's at affordable prices)!
Halal: Yes


Throughout the entire months of March & April 2014, be spoilt for choice with Utara Coffee House's Norwegian Salmon Promotion! There are 8 different dishes to choose from, with prices starting from RM25.00++/serving. Affordable for a salmon dish, right?

The winner, in my humble opinion is the delightful Salmon Tikka! I LOVE chicken tikka & tandoori chicken. Having this flavourful fish marinated with the herbs & spices for a "tikka" & grilled to perfection is just "oolaalaa"! My colleagues will remember how I craved for the smooth, buttery 'chicken tikka masala' from our frequented Indian restaurant from time to time :)

Salmon Tikka with Fragrant Rice & Acar (RM26.00++/serving)
You'll not experience the strong "fishy" smell & taste of the salmon, but the texture & flavour from the marinade, accompanied by the fragrant butter + raisins rice were just satisfying. It made me crave for more! I've never had salmon tikka, so this was a memorable experience. I would head back to Utara Coffee House for my "fix" of salmon tikka while the promotion is still on-going! *drools as I reminisce*

Pacific Rim Salmon Soup with Shittake Mushrooms and Herbs (RM25.00++/serving)
I was pleasantly surprised when I took my first mouthful of this 'cream of salmon'. "Where's the strong, fishy salmon taste??" I was seriously expecting that. But Chef Chew wisely commented that by slow-boiling the head & bones of the salmon & not "over-boiling" it, you'll never get the fishy smell! Oooh...I learned something new that evening. I love the fact that 1) there's no fishy smell & taste in the soup, 2) the salmon pieces are in nice "dices" & not flaky/broken in millions of pieces (the trick is to poach it before adding it to the soup!)...loads of salmon in the soup as well, 3) there are diced carrots, leeks & celery for some variety of texture & bite, & 4) there's a generous piece of fragrantly "buttered & herbed" toasted baguette to go with the soup!! Oh my goodness...such comfort food! It's a good meal by itself for those who are not keen on having too heavy a meal. Oh yes, the shitake mushrooms are apparently in the soup. Hmm...it needs to be more "evident", I feel.

Spoonful of salmon & vegetables!

Salmon Caesar Salad (RM26.00++/serving)
 Another good meal by itself; light but filling. I actually enjoyed the dressing as it's nicely fragrant with some cheese. You'll have the pieces of protein from the salmon, slices of carbs from the potatoes, a good portion of vitamins from the garden greens & a touch of "crunch" from the biscuit stick! Although I rarely take salads as a meal by itself, I would actually go for this since it's such an enjoyable salad! :D

Foil Baked Norwegian Salmon (RM28.00++/serving)
Served with a bed of zucchini, capsicum and champignon mushrooms
 Interesting! This is one homey-comfort food on a long, tired workday. It's not exactly the most "slimming" of the variety since it is creamy & cheesy, but it certainly is VERY comforting...hahaha...the baked salmon was nicely cooked (not over-cooked & dry), plus the zucchini, capsicums & mushrooms gave a good variety of texture to this rather cloying dish :) The lemon juice surely helps to take some of the cloying feel away.

Salmon Roulade& Oyster Gratin (RM30.00++/serving)
I had mixed feelings for this dish. I enjoyed the cheesy, baked oyster gratin, but somehow I didn't enjoy the salmon as much.

The salmon was actually stuffed with spinach & cheese. It's then rolled & poached before serving on a bed of more cheese + spinach mash & some prawn 'bisque'. I found the flavours slightly clashing, so you could opt for other sauces like the fruity orange or the lemon sauce to go with the piece of salmon instead of the somewhat "pungent" prawn 'bisque'. 
 

Salmon Tostadas  (RM26.00++/serving)
Served with tortillas, guacamole, sour cream and tomato salsa
This dish was quite pleasing to the palette :) Being a fan of Mexican flavours, I enjoyed the combination of ingredients that the Utara Coffee House placed together in this dish. You'll get a good portion of salmon chunks, capsicums, jalapenos, tomatoes, & cheese all in the little pockets of tostadas! The best part of this dish, in my opinion are the dips. I especially love the fresh guacamole & tomato salsa...ah, I need to head back to the States again for my fix of good Mexican food!!

 Salmon Ratatouille (RM28.00++/serving)
 This is the Utara Coffee House's "best seller". I actually like ratatouille, but the cut of these vegetables & the degree to how it's cooked didn't suit my preference. I prefer to have larger chunks/pieces of vegetables & slightly softer texture as well. I felt that there's a lack of tomatoes as well...hmm...

Salmon and Potatoes Au Gratin (RM28.00++/serving)
One of the bloggers probably had an "orgasmic" experience when he had this cos he was SO in love with this salmon dish that he kept praising it for the entire 10 minutes or so...yes, on this ONE dish! The combination of flavours are very similar to the oyster gratin dish, but this one didn't have the oyster on the plate. I have to say that the 'gratin' part of the salmon was very flavourful, creamy, & silky-smooth. Well executed, chef!

It was indeed an enjoyable evening filled with loads of salmon! I still can't get over the delectable Salmon Tikka dish. Anyone keen to join me for that sometime soon? Hahaha...


Utara Coffee House Armada Hotel
Lot 6, Lorong Utara C, Section 52
46200 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
For reservations, please call (+603) 7954 6888 ext. 4557
URL: www.armada.com.my
FB: Hotel Armada
Twitter: Hotel Armada


Ratings:
Presentation: * * *1/2
Price: * * *1/2
Environment: * * * 1/2
Taste: * * * 1/2
Service: * * * 1/2


Overall:






Salmon Tikka, anyone?

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Review: Songket Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur

>> Sunday, March 23, 2014

Overall comment: Comfortable ambiance with pretty good traditional & modern Malay cuisine. Guests will certainly enjoy the traditional performances as well! Great place for those who are foreign to Malaysian culture :)
Halal: Yes

It's one of those very rare nights that I actually brave through traffic in the city center to attend a food review. More often than not, I'll decline invitations to reviews where the restaurant is located in the heart of the city center, solely because 1) it's usually too congested & stressful to drive there from PJ & 2) I'm not familiar with the roads in town. Thank God that this particular weekday night, at that "right" time, the traffic flow was surprisingly smooth & I didn't get lost! Woohoo!! *exited*


The majestic view of the Petronas Twin Towers
I even managed to capture this lovely sight (rare one as well) while I was waiting at the traffic light to turn into Jalan Yap Kwan Seng :D

Tucked right at one corner of the city center is the Songket Restaurant, a Malay restaurant featuring harmonious traditional + modern cuisines that are suitable for various palates. I find this restaurant's concept especially suitable for tourists who would like to experience both a good variety of food & traditional dance performances.

Songket Restaurant
A "minion" amongst the "giant" sky-scrappers, but with HUGE flavours & experiences to offer!

The restaurant's kitchen is headed by Chef Umar, the executive chef with 17 years of working experience as chef & have been around with Songket for the past 2 years. Chef Umar & his team of passionate kitchen crew are constantly improving & serving guests at Songket with new/improved dishes, reviewing their menu once every 6 months.

Chef Umar with his latest creation/innovation

Chef Umar with one of his latest innovations: Rack of Australian Lamb Loin with Satay Sauce (Kambing Panggang Berempah)
 

Songket Restaurant usually serves ala carte dishes, but buffets can be arranged for groups with a minimum of 30 persons. Their dishes are richly infused with local/Asian herbs & spices plus fresh ingredients from their suppliers.
 

Typical herbs & spices used in Songket's dishes
 

Fresh "Asian-inspired" ingredients that are commonly found here at Songket
 

We were invited not just for the launch of Songket Restaurant's new & improved menu but to celebrate their 4th Anniversary together with the rest of the media & business partners as well :D There were approximately 100 persons at the event, so the restaurant served their dishes in a buffet spread.

Some of the latest dishes on their new menu (there are more than 10 new dishes on the menu, focusing a lot more on presentation of the dishes as compared to their previous menu) are:

Ayam Panggang Kuah Percik (RM28.00/serving)
Char-grilled whole leg(s) of chicken marinated in tumeric & ginger, & drizzled with lightly-spiced coconut gravy.
Marinated traditionally, Chef Umar aims to have this dish to be tastefully balanced to suit the palate of all races in Malaysia. It's not too spicy nor too heavily-infused with traditional Malay-cooking herbs & spices. According to Chef Umar, every race in Malaysia (and people from all over the world) would find this dish pleasing to their palate. I've yet to try it since it wasn't available at the buffet line that night! :(

Ikan Siakap Kukus Mangga Muda (RM65.00/serving)
Whole seabass steamed with Songket Restaurant's special mango sauce.
Here at Songket Restaurant, guests have a choice of 7 types of fishes & 8 methods of cooking. All you need to do is to pick your choice of fish, the method of cooking & just await to be satisfied with your personal preference!
Ikan Tongkol/Local Tuna (5 pieces) & Ikan Patin/Catfish (4 pieces) costs RM30.00/serving each, Ikan Bawal/Whole Pomfret costs RM45.00/serving, while the rest of the fishes like Ikan Senangin/Whole Senangin Fish, Ikan Siakap/Whole Seabass, & Ikan Jenahak/Fillet of Golden Snapper (450g) costs RM65.00/serving each.

Ikan Senangin Masak Lemak Asam (RM65.00/serving)
Deep-fried senangin fish simmered in a spicy gravy of chillies, turmeric, kaffic lime leaves & coconut milk.
This is one of the 8 methods of cooking for Songket Restaurant's fish dishes. The other methods are as photo below ;)


Kambing Panggang Berempah (RM58.00/serving)
Char-grilled slices of Australian lamb loin & ribs marinated with traditional spices, served with sweet-spicy peanut sauce.
According to Chef Umar, the lamb loins are grilled (bakar) before roasting/oven-baking (panggang) to ensure that the moisture of the meat is "locked-in". The meat is marinated with the traditional satay/peanut sauce ingredients over-night before it's cooked to perfection. Really interesting. I've never had a "satay-marinated char-grilled lamb loin" before! Yet to try it out! The dish is also served with a side of the traditional "bergedil" (fried mashed potatoes + meat patties) that resembles potato wedges.

Ketayap Pandan Dengan Ais Krim (RM10.00/serving)
Traditional Malay pancake rolled with "gula Melaka" coconut, served with pandan-flavour ice-cream
An interesting combination of the Malay traditional dessert with a locally-flavoured ice-cream! Chef Umar said that all their ice-cream flavors are Asian-inspired to give the traditional desserts a modern & fun touch :)

Durian Tiramisu (RM18.00/serving)
Traditional tiramisu (non-alcoholic/halal) flavored with creamy D24 durians, served with a shot of "fruit compote"
I asked Chef Umar if the compote was part of the "bold" tiramisu & he said "yes!". As the tiramisu is rich & may be cloying to some, the compote gives the heavy dessert a refreshing 'lift' to cleanse the palate when you feel "jelak" :D I'm impressed. Have to try this next time.

Satay (RM25.00/serving)
A Malaysian favorite, eight pieces of skewered chicken & beef fillet marinated in spiced honey & grilled over charcoal fire. Served with condiments & homemade peanut sauce.
My expectations of a good satay: tender & juicy meat, not too sweet, slightly burnt, & has the fragrance of lemon grass. The taste & texture of the peanut sauce has to be well-balanced too! I've yet to try Songket Restaurant's version. Hmm...after marinating the meat overnight with satay-marinade, I wonder how good the satay here would taste...

Variety of dishes
L->R: Daging Salai Masak Lemak Cili Api (RM45.00/ala carte serving), Sotong Goreng Kunyit (RM48.00/ala carte serving), Rendang Kambing (RM35.00/ala carte serving), Masak Lemak Ayam Nangka (RM26.00/ala carte serving), Ayam Rempah Bertumis (RM26.00/ala carte serving)
All their dishes that are cooked with coconut milk are really rich, creamy & nicely infused with herbs & spices (not over-powering). I could taste the aromatic kaffir lime leaves from some of the dishes like the Ayam Masak Lemak Nangka, a rather 'new' dish to me :) Yums!

Ikan Lemak Asam Gelugur (RM30.00 - RM65.00/ala carte serving), Udang Sos Mentega (RM48.00/ala carte serving), Ikan Masak Lemak Tempoyak (RM30.00 - RM65.00/ala carte serving), Baby Kailan Sos Tiram
I must say that the Ikan Masak Lemak Tempoyak is really delicious (rich, creamy, aromatic...oolala...)! For those who do not fancy durians, this may be a "put-off", but I've to say that it's a dish that you can rarely find in typical Malay restaurants. Must try!

My dinner for the night...a little bit of everything :D
The nasi minyak is fragrant & surprisingly more delectable than the nasi kerabu that I deeply missed! I need to head back to Kuantan/east coast again for good nasi kerabu... boohoo...

To conclude the traditional meal, we pretty much had "free-flow" of Malay traditional desserts from the buffet line. Those who know me will know that I'm not a fan of sweet food, but I still tried some of the desserts just to find out how the dessert here tastes.

Ketayap Pandan
It's no doubt very sweet...haha...but the pancake wasn't too thick, so the texture was still pretty satisfying.

Assortment of Nyonya kuih
Sweet & slightly savoury - I'm not a great fan of Nyonya kuih, so I can't really comment if these are really good...haha.

Assortment of Traditional Malay Desserts
L->R: Sago Gula Melaka (RM10.00/single portion serving), Sum-Sum Pandan Gula Melaka (RM12.00/single portion serving), Bubur Jagung, Kek Keju Mangga (RM15.00/single portion serving), Coconut Milk Pudding
I only tasted the sago gula Melaka that night (amongst the many desserts in the photo below), so I can't comment much on the desserts. The sago was slightly too soft, but it's still a nostalgic sensation to dish into this traditional dessert ;)

I did say that this place offers 'entertainment' as well, right? :D Some of us experienced watching certain traditional dances for the 1st time. How exciting! Haha...

L->R: Tarian Songket, Tarian Joget,Tarian Kuda Kepang (originates from Johor), Tarian Piring (originates from the Minangkabau people, West Sumatera)

L->R: Tarian Kipas Cina/Chinese Fan Dance, Tarian Sumpit (originates from Sarawak), one of the bloggers trying out how to blow the pipe, Tarian India/Indian Dance

L->R:Tarian  Joget Kadazan & Tarian Magunatip Buluh Kadazan/Kadazan Bamboo Dance, Cake Cutting Ceremony, Lucky Draw Prize Giving - one of our blogger friends won a lucky draw prize!

Map to Songket Restaurant


It was indeed an enjoyable night at Songket Restaurant. I enjoyed the food, the ambiance (although I was sitting outside at the non air-conditioned area with the rest of the gang), & certainly the friendship that we share over the same passion for good food. Looking forward to the next food review gathering! Thanks Nomsterad & Songket Restaurant for the opportunity to review the food here :)


Songket Restaurant
29, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (+603) 2161 3331/ (+6016) 3717 594 (Roslan)/ (+6012) 2607 769 (Firdaus)/ (+6012) 3945 004 (Umar)
Fax: (+603) 2161 3062
URL: http://www.songketrestaurant.com
Email: info@songketrestaurant.com
For media and PR related inquiry: plateauconsult@gmail.com
Business hours: Mon - Fri 12:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., 6:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.;
Sat/Sun/Public Holidays 5:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.


Ratings:
Presentation: * * *
Price: * * 1/2
Environment: * * *
Taste: * * *
Service: * * *

Overall:






Enjoyed the experience at Songket Restaurant,

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