Nasi Lemak CT Garden, Kampung Baru

May 1, 2011 at 3:42 am (Food Love Affair, life) (, , , , , )


Me and hubby went to Nasi Lemak CT Garden, Kampung Baru for dinner yesterday. It was my first time there. First I was quite skeptical about all of these nasi lemak place becase I don’t fancy the lauk2 and somehow the nasi lemak always taste the same to me. What’s important to me is the ikan bilis must be headless and must have peanut 😛 (yer saya tau saya byk songeh)

Th ambience, well, it was just like any other malay restaurant, but it has a nice view of KLCC.

The way it works is there is a nasi lemak station, the lauk pauk station and also the drinks station before you pay for the eats. The nasi lemak portion is really small if you’re a big eater, so you might want to take 2 or 3 per person. Each nasi lemak cost RM0.70. At the nasi lemak station there’s also otak otak which cost Ro.60 sen per err…otak? hahaha.

At the lauk(s) station, there is a lot of varieties (for those who likes to eat their nasi lemak with all of these extras). There were paru, rendang, telur burung puyuh, kari, hati,ayam goreng, ayam kampung, etc2… Don’t even bother trying to say to the makcik like my hubby “Makcik, I want only 2 or 3 of the telur burung puyuh (quail’s egg)”. The makcik will give you a scoop of whatever you’ve requested (which in my hubby’s case he got around 10 quail’s egg). Because they determine the price by the scoop (senduk). Average price per scoop is RM 3.50.

Then off to the drinks station. They got juice, the usual milo, neslo,nescafe,sirap bandung, etc… Average costing aroung RM1.30 oer drink and RM2.50 per juice.

All in all. it costs us around RM10.20 for 2 person’s dinner. Very cheap 🙂

2 Nasi lemak (RM0.70×2) + 2 Otak-otak (RM0.60×2) + Scoop of quail’s egg and paru-paru (RM 5.00) + Milo & Sirap Bandung (RM1.30×2)

Total = RM 10.20

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Tea at Theobroma d’Curve

February 2, 2010 at 3:52 am (Food Love Affair) (, , , , )

Last Sunday I finally went to Theobroma Chocolate Lounge which i intended to do as i mentioned in my previOus post.

Let me just say i was not dissapointed by the various amount of chocolate products to choose from. I was getting excited just by going through the menu. They also serves main dish such as rice etc… (which I did not pay much attention because their speciality is chocolate).

Looking around, the ambience was comfortable decorated with yellow lights. There is also free water dispenser for warm and cold plain water.

After much thought, I opt for Miss Coco in a cup while yusnO chose Miss Fair Lady Mocha. We also decided to try out their belgium waffle which looks very lip-smacking delicious from the menu.

The verdict:


Miss Coco – around RM 9-ish

Heavenly. Consist of Belgium Dark Chocolate. Not too bitter and not too sweet. And the portion was just right too.


Miss Fair Lady Mocha- around RM12-ish

Consist of Belgium Milk Chocolate and Mocha. A tad bitter for my liking because I am not a real fan of mocha. The mug it came with was absolutely adorable. It even has little candle underneath to keep your drink warm. I also find the servings was too much. If you had this mug with a snack, you will feel like a bloated whale after that if you’re a small eater. If you decide to order your drinks in a mug, just pick small snack to complement it.


Belgium – around RM 16-ish

Nothing to shout at about the waffle. It came with ice cream – flavour of your choice, chocolate syrup (i supposed it is belgium choc) and few strawberies.

Next visit I would love to try their chocolate truffles where each of them cost from RM3.90 and above.

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