Monday, 29 June 2015

Mumbai Delights Mont Kiara - Authentic North Indian Vegetarian Street Food - Best Restaurant Review


There are a lot of people who loves a vegetarian meals once in a while. Some of these vegetarian meals are purely vegetables based; while others are chutney or soy based but we found out that it can also be cheese based. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to a vegetarian food review at Mumbai Delights located at Block E, 01-04, Jalan Kiara 2, Plaza Mont Kiara, Mont Kiara Kuala Lumpur.


Being a vegan in Malaysia, one does not have much choices to choose from. Here at Mumbai Delights they served a wide varieties of vegetarian food for you to choose from; ranging from authentic Mumbai Street food to fusion vegetarian food like pizza and pasta.


The setup of Mumbai Delights has 2 dining area where one can dine either in a brightly lit dining hall while alfresco diners can opt to have a drink while enjoying the delicious snack fare offering at the side of the restaurant.


We find a little interesting discovery is that at Mumbai Delights; it also serves beer and liquor. This is the first time we come across a vegetarian outlet serving liquor; don't know why or whether this is a common practise in Mumbai. 


Our dinner started with the Samosa Set (RM7.00) - It is an Indian potato filling with the samosa skin and deep fried to a crisp. This set comes in 2 pieces. 


This is then followed by Vada Pav (RM5.50) which is an Indian Burger (a popular Mumbai street food) with tamarind and green chutney filling. 


The next dish is a fusion Thai Curry Dal with Garlic Naan (RM14.00). The curry is cooked with an assortment of vegetables which includes broccoli, bok choy, carrots and so forth.


After that, is the Malai Kofta (RM15.00) which is a Dryfruit Dumpling( a combination of cashew nuts mix with cottage cheese) fried to a golden brown and served with a white cream cashew gravy.


Although you could order the Malai Kofta to be eaten with pav or naan but we were told that the Malai Kofta is best eaten with a new item to be added which is the Green Rice.


The next dish is a special creation of stuffed fresh button mushroom coated with cottage cheese  with tikka malai aptly named as Himachali Kumbh (RM18.00).


For the pizza, we had the Parizza (from the word combination of Paratha Pizza) Layered Pizza (RM24.00). The dough is a layered naan which is cooked in a tandoor and then topped with the mushroom with topping of capsicum, mushroom, mozzarella, cheddar and cottage cheese oven baked with Chef secret recipe.


This is followed by the Bhurji Pav (RM18.00) - shredded cottage cheese are pan fried with condiments and spices and served with pav but we had this with a layered naan.


The last dish was the Chilli Garlic Sizzler (RM24.00) - a complete meal which comprise of vegetable, corn, french fries, cottage cheese cutlet topped with a chilli garlic sauce on a bed of rice. You have the option to order it with pasta instead.


To end our meal, we had a specially concocted Chocolate Samosa (RM18.00) with Vanilla ice-cream, dazzles with hot dark chocolate.


So the next time you yearn for some North Indian vegetarian meal particularly Mumbai street food;make a date with Mumbai Delights Mont Kiara.

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Friday, 26 June 2015

Pelicana Korean Fried Chicken - ECurve Mutiara Damansara - Delicious Korean Fried Chicken Review.


Most people just loves fried chicken; but a Korean Fried Chicken just came to town. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to taste out the new Pelicana Korean Fried Chicken located at Level 1, Lot 1-43, eCurve Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya


Pelicana Korean Fried Chicken was established in 1982 in Korea and today has more than 2000 outlet throughout the world. The decor is one of a fast food restaurant style; where you order your delicious fried chicken and then enjoy it.


One of the unique point of Pelicana Fried Chicken is the special recipe batter that it uses to coat the chicken; it does not absorb too much oil during the frying process. This helps the fried chicken to show not too much traces of oil and it also maintain the crispiness even after leaving it for a while. The chicken that is used at Pelicana is a premium chicken which must meet the minimum weight so that each piece of chicken is consistent in its serving size.


Besides serving the 5 types of original Korean Fried Chicken, Pelicana also serves burgers too - much of this later but let start with the signature Fried Chicken.


There are 5 different flavours of Fried Chicken that are served at Pelicana Korean Fried Chicken; the first of which is the Peli Crunchy Fried Chicken.


Smothered with a secret recipe batter, the chicken wings and drumstick are firstly coated with this batter and deep fried to a golden crunch and crisp chicken.


Koreans really love to eat their Fried Chicken with a sauce coating; which the first one; of the four flavour that we are going to eat is coated with the original sauce which is a peanut based sauce that has a tad of slight sweetness and very low spicy taste.


This is the called the Peli Yang Nyeom Original Chicken dose with sprinkle of sesame seed. Note: All the chicken is using the same batter to coat before frying.


While the next is the Peli Yang Nyeom Spring Onion Chicken.


From the taste, we could easily taste that wasabi was one of the ingredient used to make the sauce. 


Next, we had the Peli Yang Nyeom Charcoal BBQ Chicken.


This sauce has a second level of spiciness in it. After your first bite, the spiciness taste will lingers around your mouth for some time. It has that special after effect. For those who loves to eat their chicken that has an oomph, you might want to give this a try.


The last flavoured sauce it the Peli Yang Nyeom Hot Spice Chicken.


This sauce have a level 3 spicy level; in that after your first bite, the spicy taste lingers not only in your mouth but in your throat. Seriously, I too find the spicy level a tad too high for me. If you really game to try this my suggestion is either you be prepared to order lots of ice water or


for me a Pina Colada which is a Pineapple Coconut smoothies to go with the Hot Spice Chicken.


At Pelicana Korean Fried Chicken, the side dishes that are served is the seasoned raddish (Musaengchae) , Seaweed salad (Miyeok Muchim) and the Korean Fragrant Rice. The rice is cooked with seaweed and black sesame which was a good complement to the Fried Chicken.


For a big family or a group of friends, you can opt to order a special platter which can be eaten either as a 4 pax or 6 pax set. Ordering this platter allows you and your friends to taste the different flavours of Pelicana Fried Chicken and side orders.


For those that prefers their chicken to be eaten as a burger, you can opt for the Peli Jumbo Fillet Burger which has a piece of golden fried chicken fillet served with tomatoes, lettuce and cheese.


or if you not game for any chicken, you can try out the Peli D'Fish Spicy Burger which is replace by a piece of Fried Fish Fillet.


If you are a real fan or just plainly loves Fried Chicken, you might want to go to Pelicana at the Curve to enjoy this delicious Fried Chicken.

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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Ramadan Buffet 2015 - Berbuka Puasa Mid Valley at The Spread - St Giles The Gardens- Grand Hotel & Residences


Where would you go for a special and sumptuous Buka Puasa when you are in Mid Valley. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to a special review of the Ramadan Buffet 2015 at The Spread 6th Floor St Giles The Gardens- Grand Hotel & Residences Mid Valley Kuala Lumpur.


The Spread 2015 Ramadan theme is "Iftar Buffet Delights" which starts from 22nd June till 13th July 2015 from 7.00pm till 10.30pm daily offering a wide selections of dishes served by grilled station, carving station, stalls, barbeque station, Indian food corner, Japanese food and others on a rotating menu which changes on a daily basis.


We begin the journey with the seafood on ice which offers fresh bouncy, succulent tiger prawn


flower crabs and mussels.


There are also offering of kerabu dishes 


and ulam kampung for you to savour.


Followed by the Japanese Sushi and Sashimi offering under the Japanese Food section.


Among the many main course the first of which we tried was the Buttered Prawns


Oxtail Soup


Daging Masak Kicap Berempah


Chili Squid


Fried Squid


Crispy Chicken in special sauce


Stir Fried Chicken with Dried Chillies


Lasagna Al Forno


Fried Kai Lan with Salted Vegetables.


Braised Tofu and others are sure to vet your appetite.


Followed by the grill station which offers freshly grilled chicken and beef satay


Roast lamb


Grill Chicken,  Roast Beef.


Grill Squid & fish and many others varieties under the grilling station.


There are also an array of western cakes for you to savour your sweet tooth


or taste some special pudding in a cup


I particularly find this Tiramisu to be quite good.


while the traditional Malay kuih muih was deliciously presented


The Spread also offers a lot of local fruits like rambutan, mangosteen, plum and rojak buah for those who loves fruits as your desserts.


and also freshly cut fruits for you to enjoy after the sumptuous meal.


Priced at RM 134 nett per adult and RM 67 nett for children from 6 – 12 years old includes festive gifts for all whom dine. Other than that, the corporate gift vouchers are available and may be purchased at a special rate of RM124 nett per adult – applicable for 1st & 4th week of Juadah Iftar. Advance purchase are required for the corporate vouchers. 

For reservations and enquiries, please call 03- 2268 1188 ext. 6123.

*Prices are quoted nett Ringgit Malaysia inclusive of 6% GST

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