Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Asia Cafe Dining with Sister @ SS15/8A, Subang Jaya

When someone mentioned about Asia Cafe, the thought of food will crossed the mind. This is because Asia Cafe has plenty choices of food to offer, ranging from rice, noodles, chops to sushi. There were a mass participation of hawker stalls and tt could easily reached more than 100 varieties of food with each stall offering at least 5 different variety.

Before you start venturing for food, the usually efficient waiter will be there to take your order for the beverages first.
Jumbo Size Honey Dew Juice (RM 5.50)
They have plenty of drinks to offer but I always stick to their fresh juices even though it was a little bit diluted. Reason was simple, because I dislike reordering drinks and usually a jumbo size juice will do me the night.

They were only 4 of us for the night. So we can't really order that much. Isky was struck by some pizza craving and there was this stall to satisfy him.
Pizza Brava

Hawaiian Chicken Ham Pizza (RM 13 for medium size)
The dough tasted very fresh. But the best part was the fragrance of the wood that lingers in your mouth upon each bite on the pizza, making it very country-tasting.

Becky arrived shortly and she ordered a bowl of duck drumstick as her dinner.

Duck Drumstick Mee Suah(RM 5.50)
Becky didn't like it. She poured some soya sauce into the soup to make it better. However, I find the soup tasted worse as it was saltier after the pouring of soya sauce.

I was still craving for some crab after the disastrous crab tasting in Pulau Ketam.
This is the shop that I always ordered the crab from because of their decent pricing and taste.

Kam Heong Crab (RM 15 for 1 1/2 crab)
Not the best Kam Heong I have eaten but at least it tasted decent. It was slightly oily though but the presence of Kam Heong taste can be tasted. At it's price, there were nothing much I could complain further. Finally, got back my memories on how a crab should taste like after the crappy crab preparation at Pulau Ketam, and this is what I called Kam Heong.

Isky went for second helping as the pizza was not enough for him, thanks to us that stole some pieces off him.
The western stall that has a lot of variety to offer and it is not just an ordinary western stall. I have tried their food here before and honestly it was not the best. But for the price and at the above average taste that you get, you really will have this stall in mind when you were craving for some chops.

Lamb Shoulder Chop (RM 14.90)
Isky's second helping. He finished them up without wasting and I suppose it's an indirect way of telling us it was good.

Becky wanted to try something else since her previous order was not satisfying.

So there she went to order a plate of Char Koay Teow which she told me that many claimed it was good.
Fried Koay Teow (RM 5)
It was not flavourful enough but somehow it did enough for me to continue eating it. We have no problem finishing it, but the main problem was the price tag of it! We were stoned when the waiter was asking RM 5 from us for this tiny little place of Fried Koay Teow.

That's all we had for the night. Definitely there will be a chance for me in the near future to be back here to indulge in other delicacies.

Hawaiian Chicken Ham Pizza: 7/10
Duck Drumstick Mee Suah: 4/10
Kam Heong Crab: 6/10
Lamb Shoulder Chop: 6.5/10
Fried Koay Teow: 5/10

Atmosphere: 7/10

Price: 6/10
Verdict: A place to be if you are looking for a food feast on the table with different type of decent food.

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