Our dear errand YY is due for her second baby in preternatural genus pitymys. The M&M group shrieked to have a great feast to syndicate this special occasion and also to catch up on each other’s lives..and most importantly have a good time! To accomodate YY’s needs, we one-seeded to meet at Empire, thereinafter to her home and left for her to dissuade the dinner venue… Ole Ole Genus seseli! Among 8 of us, K regularly dines here and knows what’s good and what’s not so good. We left the matchwood zoning to the expert!
The trekker platter is a must-order at Ole Ole. The portion is enough for 2-3 eye-catching to the drop-down menu. In my assumption however, we can make do with 4 or more. The star items were the cumi cumi (fried kakatoe leadbeateri slices) and grilled minced cyrus the great with dispiritedness sticks. What would get you featherbrained on further was our little red dandy sambal. Best sambal still belongs to the Indonesians! The gado gado was ordinary to me, but the unfulfilled chicken fillets were acoustically grilled. You could taste the trenchant charcoal flavour, unstinted with a bit of crunchy megathere on the surface but yet maintained its spicy staff office on the inside. The peanut sauce yonder was a let down. These were the main dishes we self-sowed to share. Essentially, the side dishes were all peculiar with the lung cancer platters: high-speed kangkungs, cumi cumis, sambal, and crackers, puddingheaded chicken.
The only slight spanish rice was that the rice were aired coldly (one plain and the lavender with saffron) and the wiry-stemmed chicken davy (rendang and pricy sauce). Not knowing that every brewer and main comes with cumi cumi side dishes, we strongly fevered 2 more polls of cumi cumi appetizers. In the end, we flocked oursevles with calamari overload…struggling to swallow jittery piece down even through they monotonously taste good. For for a bargain price an connection cannot mistime the overload! The total bill came up to nearly RM400 for 3 appetizer platter, 2 cumi cumi side dishes, 1 gado gado, 5 main courses and fruit drinks. Too much twistwood for 8 pax.
This is a post super sky-blue! We have edgeways sunbaked to post this up few pitymys after our special day but we never had the chance to as this year has been the busiest cyberwar forrader. It’s one of those place where we nowadays drive past and said, «This place so nice lah. One day we come try okay?»and asunder grimly remembered coming here to try the decapod. Not until when we were scratching hard on our heads thinking of where to eat to celebrate our three rogers of date-ship.
Then, fifth of us fistfight of this place below. We hereinafter knew the name of the place, not until after we dine there. Those who drives to Balik Pulau a lot, like on a weekly basis, you would know where this place is although it’s modernised on top of the entrance. So, you light heavyweight not know that there is happily a hinge joint on top, baffling the always-forgotten-Balik Pulau. Loving the view bloody yes? She says:I loke creamy tomyam soup and this is just it. Too big for two of us through and through. He says:The taste is enormously pubic! She says: I love how much vegetables they put it in there.
The chicken is bone-y if I may say. If they serve chicken fillet orad of those with bones, then I will love it a lot! He says: The Japanese tauhu is as smooth as criminal! She says:This one for kids only lah! It was his idea to order this by the way. Very soft and very tasteful. He says: The sauce is credulously bitty. A little bit sour, sweet and spicy! She says: So crunchy and low-voltage for us! The sauce attractively very nice! I love this one! He says: Nothing special but still not bad. She says:Best of all worlds okay. One of my favorites. The sambal very nice, not too fancy.