Showing posts with label Kelana Jaya. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kelana Jaya. Show all posts

Saturday, July 4, 2015

BGT Lakeview Restaurant & Bar - Plaza Kelana Jaya - Dining ByThe Lake - Best Restaurant Review

There are not many restaurant that offers a nice dining view; what's more the view of a soothing lake while enjoying your lovely dinner with your loved one. With that, Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to a review at BGT Lakeview Restaurant & Bar located at C-06, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13A, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

The restaurant is nestled between the side of the lakes, so you can actually dine just right beside the lake with no obstructing view of the lake and its surrounding.

The setup is one that can provide you with a relaxing, romantic and soothing evening settings with nice food to savour in while you enjoy the company of your loved one.

Our review started with the Giant Head Prawn Salad (RM43). The prawns are poached and the meat are extracted out from the shell. The freshness of the prawn meat was bouncy and succulent and perfectly mixed with the watermelon, green & red apples, mandarin and raisin. Served cold, it was the perfect start to the warm evening.

This was then followed by the Amori Di Mare Soup (RM20) i.e the Love of the sea which has the mussels, lala, squid and prawns as the main ingredients was a good choice for the soup. You can taste all the seafood flavours in a slightly spicy soup base. The toasted garlic bread was a good complement to this soup.

The next dish is the Tortellini Beef  (RM21) which is a beef dumpling with a tomato based sauce served with fresh garden salad.

Our next segment is the Wood Fired Pizza; the first of which is Meat Lovers Pizza (RM35). The Pizza dough was wafer thin and crisp, with a generous portions of bacon, salami and sausages; topped with cheesy cheese.

the second pizza is the Hawaiian Pizza with has sprinkles of marinated cut chicken meat, mushroom and pineapples.

The was then followed by the super fresh water prawn dish which is named as Gangnam Prawn (RM20 per 100g). This fresh water king size prawn was caramelized and deep fried to the right crisp and crunch while retaining the juicy and bouncy prawn meat. This Gangnam is not really a Korean name but a place in China i.e."Kong Lum".

and followed by the BGT Petite Di Pollok (RM25) which is a wrapped chicken breast meat that has a cream based sauce with vegetables served with pan fried potatoes wedges and vegetables.

The meat of the evening was the tender and succulent Grilled Lamb Shoulder (RM41) that comes with mint sauce for us to savour it with.

BGT Lakeview Restaurant & Bar made their very own pasta, the first one that we tasted which is part of the Rainbow Pasta series is the Spinach Fettuccine with Bolognese. They also offer an All you can eat Pasta for lunch at RM18.80; Do check it out if you are a fan of pasta.

followed by the Black Sesame Fettuccine 

and the Tomatoes Fettuccine with Carbonara sauce.

After the fettucine we move on to taste the garlic filled Spaghetti Seafood Aglio Oglio (RM29). The seafood used for this pasta was the prawns, mussels, clams and the bouncy white squid.

and the in-house specialty Kong Po Lou Shi Fun (RM21) i.e. 'Mouse Noodles". 

Lastly was the Paella Italians (RM29) - A Rice dish topped with Prawns, Mussels, Clams and Squids.

We had 2 dessert for the night; the first of which is the Fruity Crepe Lava (RM21)

and followed by our much anticipated BGT Wood Fired Durian Pizza (RM25). The picture above show that the pizza that is on its' way into the wood fire oven drizzle with mozzarella cheese.

and the final product which has a combination of the strong aroma of the durian and the melted cheese. It was so good, we needed a 2nd and 3rd helping for this delicious dessert.

BGT Lakeview Restaurant & Bar also offers a wide varieties of hard liquor and beer for those that enjoy a drink or two after meal.

If you plan for a nice evening with your loved ones and families, BGT Lakeview Restaurant & Bar at Kelana Park, Kelana Jaya do offer a tempting treat with a nice ambience to soothe a hard day at work.

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Monday, November 3, 2014

Goku Raku Ramen @Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya Review

Ramen is getting very popular of late. To captivate more customers to continue to enjoy the latest offering, many restaurant are offering new item on their menu. We tried out some of the other offering at GOKU RAKU RAMEN @PARADIGM located at Lot 2F - 26 & Lot 2F-27, Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya.

GOKU RAKU RAMEN @PARADIGM is one of few Ramen Restaurant that still take the pain to make its own Ramen fresh on a daily basis. This is to ensure customer get the best when it comes to their RAMEN.

As with fresh Ramen, you have to eat it as quickly as possible when it is served to you. Any longer, it will start to absorb the broth and makes it a little soggy. At Goku Raku Ramen, its' signature broth is the Tonkotsu which is boiled for more than 10 hours to extract out the collagen and the flavours of the pork bone.

The first dish we had for this review was the new ULTIMATE MISO TONKOTSU, It is using the same broth of Tonkotsu but with an added Miso paste to give it a unique flavour. The result, you can still taste the strong Tonkotsu taste with the Miso aroma. The Ultimate Miso Tonkotsu comes with a piece of Kakuni Pork Belly besides the usual Cha Siew, eggs and seaweed.

Next we tried the CURRY TONKOTSU, this Ramen is cooked with the Japanese curry which is of course not at all spicy. Will be a good choice for those that likes to have the curry taste but does not enjoy the spicy zing of curries noodle, as the spicy level here is quite mild. 

One of the key things to a superb Tonkotsu is of course the collagen, At GOKU RAKU@PARADIGM, they is an add on of collagen in the form of a mini ball. You can order it and when you can add it into the Tonkotsu broth while it is still hot, the COLLAGEN BALL will melt in the broth and giving you an enhance flavours to your RAMEN.

The next dish was the STAMINA CURRY RICE, same with the Curry Tonkotsu base, the curry is of a mild taste. With the semi cooked eggs as an add on, upon mixing the rice with the curry and chicken, it tastes more like my childhood rice with a raw eggs used to mix the steaming hot rice that I use to eat those days.

This is then followed by the UTSUNOMIYA AGE GYOZA. This is a deep fried Gyoza, I find it very tasty as your can taste the crisp of the Gyoza skin, while the meat inside is still firm and meaty. Complemented with the mayonnaise like sauce, it blended well.

We tried another side order of the KAKUNI PORK. This dish takes a long time to stew, As we were told the pork belly is boiled at high temperature and then at low heat for another 4 hours and then to be cooled down and re-cook half an hour before servings. 

The result, the meat was very flavourful and fragrant of the sauce with each bite. Couples with the Yellow wasabi, it was superb. 

For dessert, we had the Crème Brulee, it was a little funny to have a western dessert in a Japanese restaurant, nevertheless one of the fellow blogger loves it.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Halal Chinese Muslim Food at Dong Yi Shun Kelana Jaya PJ Selangor By Best Restaurant To Eat

There are not many restaurants that serve Halal Chinese Food in the Klang Valley. One such restaurant that we have discovered is Dong Yi Shun located at C-G-06, Ground Floor, Dataran Glomac, Jalan SS6/5B, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, 47301 Selangor.

This is indeed good news for Muslim who would like to taste Chinese food cooked by Chinese Muslim chef. We had the opportunity to try out some of the specialities in this restaurant.

The first dish we had was the Golden Empress Fragrant Fish. The Garoupa fish is coated with flour seasoning, is deep fried and topped up with a sweet and sour sauce. The sauce serves here is a little different as it has a tinge of spiciness added into it. Perfect combination with white rice.

Next, was the spicy chicken, here again the chicken is fried and cooked with the spices. It is a little spicier for me and the chicken is a little over fried. Another one of those dishes you can eat as a snack food taken with some really cold drinks.

Another snack food that we sample that night was the Spicy Sliced Potato, as the name suggest, it was really, really spicy. It quite difficult to eat as a snack and only white rice saved the day.

The next dish, we sample was supposed to be Zi Ran Lamb, but unfortunately the Lamb was sold out and we had the settle for Zi Ran Beef instead. This dish is really spicy and you have to really love hot stuff to enjoy this dish. The condiments used are very strong and the beef mixed well with it. Best served with rice or eat as a snack.

Next we sample the dumpling dishes. First on the table is the Xiao Long Bao, since this is a Muslim restaurant, the key ingredient used is the beef filling. For me after taking and sampling so many Xiao Long Bao, the one serves here lack the oomph in that the skin were a little too hard, and they were not enough soup base in the filling. Normally when you sample this Xiao Long Bao, one is expecting the soup filling to be oozing out on your first bite. It never happened here.

On the filling the beef was a little too hard too, not that smooth probably due to the usage of too much of lean meat.

The next dumpling was the Pan Fried Dumpling Chicken, this is slightly better than the earlier Xiao Long Bao, as taste wise it was a little more tasty compared to the earlier dumpling. The bottom part which was pan fried was crisp and nice to bite at.

Finally we sampled the Ramen. Ramen in this restaurant is made fresh by the Chef when a customer makes an order. We had the opportunity to have a first hand demo on how he made the Ramen.

The first ramen dish was the Beef Ramen, this ramen is served with thinly sliced radish and beef. The dish was very peppery and not as what I have enjoyed from other restaurant.

The next ramen was the mushroom ramen, this provided a slightly better soup based and tasted better compared to the beef ramen.

The last dish for the night was the Hot and Sour Soup. There are 8 spices used to make this soup. It is somewhat similar to the popular Szechuan Soup which shares the same spiciness and sourish taste.

FC Hong
Editor of
Best Restaurant To Eat –
Date of Visit: 2013-10-23
Spending: Approximately MYR 18 ()