You’re quite likely to have come this unique restaurant when you’re at Publika, and you probably would take a while to figure out the name as well. 🙂
The restaurant’s theme reminds me of the study rooms portrayed in Hollywood movies.
The environment is cozy with every table being lit with a spotlight.
Our journey starts with Wild Mushroom Soup (RM 13) – a rather huge bowl of chopped wild mushrooms with cream and chives. I would say that it tastes unique, some may like the taste of wild mushrooms as it is while others may find it being lack of taste.
Up next on our appetizers is the Plan B Salad (RM 19) which is a mix of mesclun, cucumber, green apple, pear & onions, tossed in Japanese dressing and topped with toasted 7 seeds, nori and Japanese spice. Was it good? Yes, love the fresh greens and rich combination.
On our main course was the Chargrilled Kimchi Chicken Burger (RM 28), supposedly a “Korean” affair but it’s more like the average grilled chicken burger with kimchi on it.
Besides the burger, we also had the Buttermilk Fried Chicken (RM 28) which is delicious but it’s also a very costly 3-piece chicken set.
To end our meal, we had soothing Hot Chocolate (RM 10), the broken chocolate bar was a nice touch to the beverage.
The dining experience was good. The environment was comfortable though the strong lights from above made everyone look like a clown of some sort. 😛 Service was fast, the main course arrived on our table about 15 minutes after ordering which I think is acceptable.
No doubt the food was delicious but the price was steep.
For more details of Plan b, please visit their official website.