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Dinner at Delicious

Posted by Bee on June 26, 2009

Went to Delicious restaurant (along Jalan Tunku Abdul Razak) for my birthday dinner last night, loves the ambiance there, the internal deco was really unique, as there were white branches extending from the pillars and lots of lights inside bird cages hanging on the wall.

Random photos taken while waiting for our food to arrive.

I’ve ordered a butterscotch shake (RM9.90) and quiche Lorianne (RM18.90), a french cuisine based on custard made from eggs and milk in pastry crust. The ingredients inside includes smokey beef bacon, onion slices and cheese, yummy. The butterscotch shake was superb, at first i thought it was a mix of liquor and milk, but it tasted like caramel and toffee.

Peter ordered a spicy zucchini pasta with feta cheese and pie nuts (RM19,90), it was very fresh and light. He enjoyed it very much as well.

Next, its the Bananna Puding (RM10.90) which comes together with Butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream. Its was simply irresistable, the moist bananna puding with sweet butterscotch taste and icy vanilla ice cream was a great blend of mixture!

After the dinner, we went for a walk at the Delicious Ingredients Store downstairs, they sell lots of imported goods such as champagne, smoked meat, spices, sweets and chocolates etc. You can even find the sponge fingers for tiramisu here (which is really really hard to find in KL) and some weird flavors for Pringles chips, such as Ranch, Spicy Guacamole etc.

Infront of Delicious Ingredients, The Pringles, smoked meat

Sweets and chocolates, bottles of Champagne, bread

There are some great recipe from delicious website, wished that i have an oven.


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A Taste of Churrascaria (Brazillian bbq)

Posted by Bee on June 12, 2009

I went for a get-together dinner session with Peter’s friends and old mates two nights before. It was a nice carnivorous experience at Carnaval Churrascaria, a Brazilian Restaurant at Damansara Jaya area.
Carnaval Churrascaria: Around 20 of us sitting on a long long table

Although the name “Churrascaria” itself suggested bbq feast for carnivores, however the salad bar offers quite a range of different vegetables which includes spinach, coleslaw, stir fried french beans, caulis and potatoes salad, wedges, mashed potatoes, black beans, beef stew, pasta etc. Hence, the restaurant still caters for the need of those who are not too fancy over meaty meal.

The passador or the waiter will bring out cuts of barbecued meats (some in big loaf) on skewers, and move around, carving the meat at your request. The big knife which he used to carve and slice out the meat are a bit scarry though. I cant really differentiate the taste of Brazilian barbequed meat and the usual d.i.y. barbecued meat, except that it was grilled to perfection, not much of the burnt charcoal bitter taste, and very aromatic as well. On top of that, the meat went very well with the self made mint, salsa sauce and others like HP and Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce.

The range of the meat they served wasnt that much of variety actually, there are lamb, garlic beef and medium rare beef slices/ribs, chicken, Chicken Ham, sausages, and fish. Peter’s mates mentioned that they used to have prawns and gizzards as well. To my surprise, the lamb actually tasted better than beef, usually i’m not so much of a lamb person as i’m put off easily by the lamb smell, but they’ve done it nicely, juicy and succulent, maybe its the Brazilian secret recipe. The signature beef (see image below) was something i don’t dare to try, cuz i can see the meat was bloody red, chewy and it leaves traces of blood in the plates. urghhh…. .

The Passador and the meat lover Adrian

The image above were grabbed from as i totally forgot to capture the photos of the food, until my plate is empty

Another highlight was the pineapple, it supposed to be grilled until slightly brown. however, for some reason the piece he gave to me wasnt caremelized, hence it tasted extremely sweeeetttt…

The grilled pineapple and pieces of lamb meat

Its a good place for the carnivores as you can eat all you want for RM48++. In my opinion, there is still some room for improvement for the ambiance though, it would make a whole lot different if they can play some nice Brazilian song and make the environment more lively rather than just hanging a Brazil flag next to Malaysia’s.

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