Enough of Akademi Fantasia, I’m switching to something new and this is my first time writing about food. I think travel and food is sharing some similarity, so I decided to blog about my recent experience on tasting food. My friend, Noor Hafiz Kamaruddin, and I have new hobby or I love to call adventure (really?) which is trying expensive food at expensive restaurant. To begin with, we actually want to dine at Bubba Gump but due to such a long queue, we moved on to the The Apartment Restaurant. The reason we chose the restaurant was because the restaurant looks so unique and suit greatly with its name (looks really like apartment’s design).
The pinky waitress (mostly men, not healthy to us hehe) gave us such a simple but cute menu booklet on a clipboard! We flip through the menu and found out the meal is really expensive. But who cares right, coz we are on the mission. I ordered Chicken Mushroom Pasta while Hafiz ordered Piquant Chicken. The order took like 20min to come and when they arrived, we are quite shocked. The portion was too small and for us, at first for us, they were really not worth the price. But we saved the worthy or not for the last. Time to taste the food. Itadakimasu! Ops, Bismillah..Oh by the way, the meats (except pork) are halal but the one that you need to not forget when ordering is to ask for “no cooking wine”.
I forgot to mention that there was actually a DJ inside the restaurant, tuning some classic songs and songs that we never heard of. At least, the restaurant management trying to boost the ambient of the restaurant. One more thing, during night, the restaurant is quite gloomy and dim, there was indeed lack of lights. Thus, if you liked bright place, this is not a good place for you.
We finished eating and overall, I thought my meal was satisfying and maybe the little quirks found in the food could be due to an inexperienced kitchen who is still finding their way around. It is edible but not too great. Our stomachs were still hungry even after finished eating. We paid the bill of RM78.80 for 2 meals and 2 juices. We give this restaurant 2.5/5 for overall service. For more info:
G72-74 and 152
Ground Floor and First Floor
Tel No: 03 â€“ 7727 8330
(Halal. Open from 11.00 am to 11.00 pm. Note that on the first floor, they have a bar.)
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares thatÂ he has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
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