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Bayleaf Steak House

>> Saturday, May 5, 2007

Here's introducing an interesting eatery, Bayleaf Steak House! (Im not sure if that's the actual name, but it's called Bayleaf) Located at Kuantan Garden, it settles at a pretty much serene residential area, one of the most densedly populated residential areas in Kuantan.

I dont have the exact address, but if you know where Vistana Kuantan is, it'll be pretty easy to find this restaurant :)

Brief direction:

  1. Vistana Hotel on your left, take the first left turning into a residential area after the hotel.

  2. You will see a Medan Selera (Foodcourt) on your left; go all the way straight until you come to a crossroad (t-junction)

  3. Take a right turn and turn left at the first left junction. You will see a row of shophouses on your left & on your right.

  4. Take a right turn into lane of the shophouses. The restaurant will be on your left :)

Bayleaf serves good local & western cuisines, ranging from the simple 'nasi lemak' (coconut rice served with fried anchovies, cucumber, boiled/fried egg, peanuts, and sambal) to the sophisticated Chicken Fajitas. It offers a good variety of Malay, Chinese, Italian, French, and English food at what I feel a reasonable price. For the price that you pay for, you'll get a good portion of yummy food, and a pretty 'romantic' ambience in the restaurant.

This place is suitable for family dinners, celebration dinners, and even a simple long-table party with friends! The place is usually packed & it's best to book a place before going there for dinner. This restaurant has a 'brother' near the Maxis centre at Jalan Beserah called Eastgrill. It is believed that Eastgrill is often more crowded than Bayleaf, but the food is on par :)

These are the food that my family & I had that night (28 April 2007). There wasn't any special occasion, but since it was my last few nights in Kuantan with them, they took me for some good food :)

- Cutlery at Bayleaf. Somehow I can't resist the temptation to capture sights like this!

bayleaf cutlery

- Bayleaf's Special (a concoction of fresh mango juice, with mango slices & nata-de-coco)

bayleaf’s special

- Thai mango salad (pretty nice appetizer :P )

bayleaf appetizer menu

bayleaf thai mango salad

- My main course: Chicken Fajitas

bayleaf main menu

The Chicken Fajitas comes in a set of sizzling chicken & steaming hot tortillas! Absolutely yummy!! :P

bayleaf chicken fajitas

bayleaf chicken fajitas totillas

- My sister's dinner: Chicken Caeser Salad (garden green salad served with chicken bits)

bayleaf chicken caeser salad

- Her husband's dinner: Fisherman's Choice (a mixture of seafood, served with crinkled cut french fries)

bayleaf’s fisherman’s choice

- My 'god-ma's' dinner: Chicken chop

bayleaf chicken chop

- These are what the kids had: Salmon Terriyaki & Forest Mushroom Soup

bayleaf salmon terriyaki

bayleaf forest mushroom soup

Overall, the family paid around RM120 or less for a 5-pax meal at a really good ambience restaurant :) Oh, this place is halal, so for those who are on a look out for good halal western/local food, I recommend this place!

Bon apetit!

- Ruth & Anne


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