Getting Fuelled Up at Fuel Shack

Fuel Shack at KLCC caught my attention for quite a while now but I never brought myself to try it, fearing it would be yet another crappy restaurant – I was wrong.

Getting Fuelled Up at Fuel Shack

Our dining session at Fuel Shack was at the Low Yat Plaza outlet and here’s what we ordered.

First up is the “Original Shack” burger at RM 15.00. It was good, not the greatest of burger out there but it’s satisfying, I would rate it as a choice of burger that’s subtle.

Getting Fuelled Up at Fuel Shack

Part of the meal was the Mushroom soup at RM 10.00, a rather large serving if I may say so and it comes with one of the best tasting garlic bread I’ve come across. The garlic bread has sufficient spread and is toasted well, sufficiently crusty yet not being burnt, I’m just happy the garlic bread didn’t turn out to be coasters.

Getting Fuelled Up at Fuel Shack

And lastly – the hero of the day, Smoked Duck Pasta at RM 20. I must admit, I wasn’t expect this dish to drop my jaw.

Getting Fuelled Up at Fuel Shack

I was expected this pasta to come with ridiculously scanty chunks of duck meat like how many restaurants do but what we got were slices of tender and juicy smoked duck, the portion was so good that we still have enough duck meat to go with the final bits of the pasta.

Was it good – it’s a resounding YES! The place comes highly recommended and we truly “came hungry, left happy”.

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