If you’re wondering if the non-halal food is good, YES, THE FLAVOURS ARE JUST RIGHT.. though it can be a bit pricy for most. So overall the food is enjoyable, service was good, the waiters came to ask us what do we think of the food, twice.
We had mushroom soup, pumpkin soup, curry cream charsiew pasta, pork diane, bacon and mash, sous vide chicken.
Pumpkin soup – RM15
Curry Cream Char Siew Pasta – RM32
Creamy curry cream topped with some eggplant blanketed by some super sweet charsiew. Flavourful and sufficient sauce. There’s some enokki mushrooms too.
Mom’s favourite, as the meat is flavourful, tender, with mashed green peas and mushroom sauce just nice. Wedges a tad bit salty but it goes well with the combination.
caramelised onion is flavourful and not too tender (just right!), Mash you have to eat it by itself, you can taste the buttery taste. Bacon well, is bacon 🙂
Here is the link for wondering what’s sous vide:
p.s. price is rough estimation since I’m just uploading without looking at the receipt now :p, only price of pasta i’m not sure, others is about there. But the pasta is under Ante speciality so thats about 30-36+. if You go for a carbonara it would be bout 29+ , like hey we are in Ante why not try its speciality you can get carbonara anywhere, but sis said its carbonara is still good.
- Bill was about RM200, RM26 goes to the 10% and 6% lol. But for non-halal food, they did it well. It’s a place to splurge, i gotta say this is better than some korean food restaurant nearby (forgot shop name), shall update this post if i’m not lazy.