Friday, July 15, 2011

Kalamazoo Cafe - Aman Suria

Actually buying the group vouchers online make it easy for me to decide where to eat whenever Boy boy ask me. I am so addicted to these group buys now, be it facial, spa, massage, mani, food etc, all I wanna buy. Hehe.

Btw, bought the Kalamazoo voucher for RM25.90 from Hahah. The deal is for 2 which is quite worth it. Flash my digi icon to get a free upgrade to milkshake! I chose strawberry and Boy boy chose chocolate. Both are rich and creamy, love it! The deal comes with the apple slaw which has a refreshing taste.


Garlic bread, very buttery but lack of garlic taste. It was crunchy indeed.


Pumpkin soup. Tasted powdery, I wonder pumpkin soups are like that. Tastewise ok. And Boy boy's bowl of soup has a strand of hair in it. =.="


Signature Pork Burger. The burger quite small but Boy boy has no complain on it.


Signature Beef Meatloaf. I have high expectation on this dish because of the good reviews. But the moment I ate it, I was quite disappointed. It was not the taste that has fault but the texture of the meat. I think the blend the tendon as well, every single bite I took, I had some chewy type of thing in it, made it not so eatable, I dont like. I tabao one piece back home. Could not force myself to finish it.


The Hahah deal hits the certain transaction, and we get to have a brownie with ice cream! The brownie was small piece and it was very dry.


For the amount of money that I paid, I have no complain about the quantity of the food except for the strand of hair and the beef meatloaf. I will still go back and try other dishes but not the meatloaf.

Tiny Ratings:
Food: 6/10 (minus 1 point for hygiene issue = 5/10)
Ambiance: 6/10
Service: 7/10

Kalamazoo Cafe
A-G-36, Jalan PJU 1/43, Aman Suria Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Operation Hours: Open daily from 11am till 1030pm except Tuesdays.
Telephone: +603-7805 1436

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux @ Killiney Road

Found this shop that offers american breakfast from KampungBoyCityGal, so we went there. At first we thought it would be packed with people as my brother always says that "in singapore, ppl always Q-up for food and the Q is freaking long!". But this was not the case, the cafe is a small one but not many people (as you can see from my picture below).


The cafe smells of BREAD! Freshly-baked bread! Hm.....

I ordered BLT (SGD6.90) that consists of bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado. If you do not eat avocado, not to worry as the has made it into the 'butter' avocado, not that strong taste. Bacon was nice and crunchy and I wished that they could give more. The bread was so soft but the skin was abit hard, I has difficulty eating the skin. Nevertheless, it was a healthy breakfast.


My bro ordered a breakfast set (I think is around SGD13.90) that consists of spicy sausage, lettuce, tomato, scrambled egg and 2 pieces of bread. The moment my bro ate the scrambled egg, he immediately complimented it! He said it was very good. The breads were so soft and the skin was crunchy. I love the chocolate one. The sausage was well-flavoured, slightly spicy and aromatic. Not bad.



My bro said he will bring his friends for breakfast here next time. He also complimented that KBCG are great food-taster.

Tiny Ratings:
Food: 8/10
Service: 7/10
Ambiance: 7/10

Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux
57 Killiney Road
Singapore 239520
Tel: (65) 6735 3298

(Tiny Directions: Somerset MRT station -> walk out and keep 45deg left -> the cafe is across the road)

Monday, July 11, 2011

Hog's Breath @ Chijmes

Found out from Kampungboycitygal blog that there is a Hog's Breath Cafe in Singapore. We were so excited as we had this in Brisbane Australia few years ago and we really love it.

After picking me up from the airport, we went straight to Chijmes. The direction was unclear and we were quite confuse with the signages, but we managed to find it. The Chijmes has lots of restaurants and pubs in it but was not crowded at all.

After we placed order for our food, it came in 5 minutes time, which was lighting speed!

I ordered pork ribs (SGD28 plus I think). The sauce was too sour for my liking, it has the BBQ flavour but it was just too sour. The curly fries were really good though. The portion was small but the ribs were tender.


Bro ordered the steak in mushroom sauce (RM30 plus I think). The steak was really tender, just medium-well, as requested by my bro. Love it! The mashed potato was really buttery, nice!



I wanna come again for other pork dishes! (but definately not the pork ribs).

Tiny Ratings:
Food: 8/10 (for steak); 5/10 (for ribs)
Service: 9/10
Ambiance: 6/10

Saturday, July 9, 2011

My Singapore Trip

I bought AirAsia zero to Singapore last December, and finally 1st July has arrived. Stayed at my bro's place for 2 nights. Didn't buy much clothing as I have spent a lot of money in Bangkok in June.

We went for Lion King musical on Saturday at Marina Bay Sands. The first time we watched Lion King was in Australia years ago and we were seated at the second tier, which was very far from the stage. So this time, we (actually was a my brother's treat) managed to buy the bottom tier and 10th row from the stage, eye-level to the stage. We saw clearly all the actors/actress expressions.


They have included some local (Singapore) conversation in the musical. You gotta watch it yourselves. I love the young Nala (the girl is so talented! and her voice was amazing!), Zazu the Hornbill, Timon the meerkat and Pumba the warthog. They were so entertaining! Love their stage presence.


Both of us enjoyed the show, the characters, the songs, everything was perfect. The only complain was the was a bit small, the 'animals' were cramped on the stage. If the giraffes are on the stage, the elephants would be missing and vice-versa.

I would strongly recommend you guys to watch it! no regrets!

After the show, we walked around the area to take some photos. Oh, we went into the casino too! but we didnt gamble lar. My bro asked me to try my first timer luck and he wanna sponsored me SD100. But I didnt wanna waste his hard-earn money. :)




We walked back using the bridge.





That was all my sight seeing in Singapore (**gasp!**) in such a short trip. Of course we did went to some makan-makan places, will upload the posts soon.