Monday, March 24, 2014

Secret Recipe at the Suriya KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

It an arduous day by itself, not because we are on an equatorial walkathon, but rather we are on a cogent quest for something to eat, with courses that are close enough to home. 

And we were thinking to hop from places to places, until we stopped by Petronas Towers, bagging a perception that it's a huge mall and that we can easily and conveniently find a goldmine of gastronomic delight. 

And when I said close to home meant that the restaurant must also have a branch in Metro Manila. Sure enough, Secret Recipe used to have a branch in Megamall so we tried our luck. 

Little did I know that it's a homegrown name in Malaysia(where it originated) but has spawned into other Asian places such as Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, China and Philippines. It's a leading and by far the largest lifestyle cafe chain in Malaysia. And with that in mind, our bet(and bar) to its quality and taste of food was raised because of its sterling success. Number of branches meant they have sizable number of patrons too, and that their culinary offerings had been tried and tested. 

Chicken Satay(RM 9.50)

As if we ran out of Satay, we ordered another Satay-based course, Secret Recipe Fried Rice with Satay(RM 15.00)

Chicken Parmigiana(RM 19.50)

Thai Style Fried Rice(RM 16.50)  

Lemonade(RM 8.90) - nothing spectacular but we don't really have much choice when it comes to beverages. 

Chocolate Banana(RM 82.00) - loads of banana slices on a bed of chocolate cream with chocolate cake and coated with melted home-made chocolate. 

Known for its fine ensemble of sweets, they have plethora of cakes to choose from. You may try other variants.  

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