The shop says 699, it says ‘Eat Only 699’ – will it still be 699 after GST? I don’t know about that but RM 6.99 with some tax is still a very reasonable price for food.
Ahhh some porky goodness from Ninja Joe, their Premium Selection gives you quite a choice for them oinky stuff. So here’s their Premium Selection – I went for the Cheezilla because I love cheese. I only have enough stomach space for one, if not I would’ve also ordered the Sumo.
Sometimes a simple snack can make your day brighter, one of our choice of snacks would be waffles. The problem with waffles is that there are good ones and there are bad ones, with the bad ones having the ability to darken your day.
Located at a one of the corners at Low Yat Plaza’s lower ground floor, Noor Chicken Rice caught my attention for being the best decorated restaurant and one that’s being reasonably crowded.
I love pizza and it’s no surprise that I was drawn by the packaging – look at the thick crust pizza with cheese oozing away! And so I paid, RM 18.99 at Cold Storage for this 2-pizza pack of Chicago Town’s The Deep Dish – Four Cheese Pizza.
The Outback Steakhouse, once quite a well-known brand in Malaysia now operates a humble outlet at PP Park in KL and have recently opened an outlet at NU Sentral. It’s also interesting to see that they have Lunch Specials available.
Tok Wan is a hidden gem at Shah Alam, especially for those who love Malay food. I only got to know of this place as a friend recommended it to me.
A promo poster doesn’t have to be fancy to draw attention, this is the case with Komugi’s – I didn’t want something heavy for lunch so I thought I’d give them a try, after all I’ve seen the Komugi name all over Klang Valley and thought they specialized in only …