Sinfully Chocolate @ 3 Two Square, Petaling Jaya

14 01 2011

When I first heard of Sinfully Chocolate, I thought they would be selling, well, chocolates. So you can imagine how surprised I was when I was greeted with breads and pastries at the cafe instead. On top of that, Sinfully Chocolate were also serving food which comes in set lunch at the price of RM 9.90 each.

The Aglio Olio spaghetti was really tasty. There was a light yet tasty flavour to it.

I was never a fan of Aglio Olio until I tried this one. The finer strands of spaghetti (angle hair) tends to take in more flavour. The bacon was nicely cooked and goes well the the garlic and sundried tomatoes.

I also like the fact that they included some fresh salad and a potato bread.

Overall this is a definitely a thumbs up meal!

The Spaghetti Bolognese was equally good as well. The richness of the bolognese sauce was the number one reason why I really love it.

Minced chicken, diced tomatoes and a mixture of green and yellow pepper made this meal really tasty.

For RM 9.90, you can’t really go wrong with the food at Sinfully Chocolate. The portion is huge and the taste is great.

If you are looking for a great meal at a reasonable price, Sinfully Chocolate would fit the bill nicely. Two thumbs up.

Sinfully Chocolate & Co
B-03-01, 3 Two Square
No. 2, Jalan 19/1
Section 19
46300 Petaling Jaya
Selangor

Tel: 012-887 2662 / 03-7956 5293

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Roti Canai @ Restoran Ravi’s

6 06 2010

I have blogged about the delicious Roti Canai at Restoran Ravi’s numerous times before. Simply put, their roti canai is one of the best I have tasted so far. The texture is soft and ‘airy’ as it is made fresh while the curry fish is spicy. One of my favourite Saturday morning breakfast meal.

Restoran Ravi’s
No. E-33A-01 Dataran 3 Two
No.2, Jalan 19/1
46300 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03-7957 1441

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Hailam Kopitiam @ 3 Two Square

9 11 2009

There are certainly no shortage of modernised ‘kopitiams’ or coffee shop around town. Hailam Kopitiam is the latest addition to the rising trend of coffee shops mushrooming everywhere.

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I took the opportunity to drop by for lunch with my friends last Saturday to see how good the food was. According to their menu, the outlet is own by the Goh family which has spanned over three generations since the colonial times, which was frequented by the British. Apparently, their coffee retains the original flavour of the original Hainanese taste.

After reading their menu, I have decided to try out their ‘Kopi Cham’. ‘Cham’ means mixed in English and the drink came with the concoction coffee, tea, sugar and milk. As a touch of authenticity, it was served with the Chinese coffee shop cup which was used since many years ago to serve hot drinks. The taste was quite good with rich aroma of coffee flavour in it. I liked it a lot and ordered another cup after that.

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As for the food, the Hailam Spicy Fried Rice with Prawns (RM 7.20) came highly recommended according to their menu. So I thought it would be a good idea to try it out. It was certainly spicy but bearable. The taste was undeniably hot and leaves you wanting some cold water. Despite that, I like it a lot and wouldn’t mind to have this again.

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One of my friend took the Hailam Fried Mee Hoon (RM 6.80). Despite having the impression that the noodles was fried when we read the menu, it actually came with thick dark gravy akin to Lum Mee. It was pretty good too.

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And here is a picture of the Tom Yam Mee Hoon. It was fried with Tom Yam paste (I presume) and have a tinge of sour and spicy taste to it. There were slices of fish cakes, prawns and tomatoes which came with the dish. My friend was pretty happy with it.

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Overall, it is a good place to go for some nice tasty food. I reckon that the food quality is on par or even better than some of the other similar restaurant that I have tried.

Hailam Kopitiam
B-07-01, 3 Two Square
No. 2, Jalan 19/1
46300 Petaling Jaya
012-6645334








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