Banquet @ Bangsar Village II, Kuala Lumpur

1st Floor-28, Bangsar Village II
2, Jln Telawi Satu, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2282 3228
Food: 3.5/5
Service: 5/5
Cleanliness: 5/5
Visit reviewed: 11/02/2010
Early in the morning, after we went to Taman Tun to buy some cycling shoes for our gym's members, we went to Bangsar Village II for brunch. We were attracted by the nice decor at the Banquet, indoor garden concept, and hence, decided to have our brunch there.

Banquet is located at the First Floor of Bangsar Village II. They serves Asian and Western Cuisine.  We took a survey on other patrons' order and most of them ordered the breakfast set. Since it was almost lunch hour, we were eligible to order the Asian Set Lunch @ RM23 and Western Set Lunch @ RM35. My Asian Set Lunch comes with a choice of Ice Lemon Tea or Citrus Presse, a Mango Salad and Rojak and a Soup Noodle, while the Western Set Lunch comes with a choice of Red Wine or Orange Juice, a choice of Mushroom or Pita Bread and a choice of Pasta, Fish or Chicken Breast. Total paid for Lunch, RM63.80
Citrus Presse and Orange Juice
My Mango Salad and Rojak was good. It was appetizing enough. Not too sweet with a little sourish and tasted just nice.
I chose the Fish Ball Noodle as my main dish. The clear soup was okay, just a little bit too salty to my liking. The fishball was springy and the chicken slices was not too dry. The serving portion was quite big and I couldn't finished it.
The Pita Bread comes with some hummus. It was good. The toasted Pita Bread was soft and the hummus was fragrantly good.
There were three types of hummus. The most flavourful was the one with a greenish colour.
The Chicken Breast was great. The sauce was special and is a good match for chicken breast. The chicken breast was well-cooked and not too dry.

Today Medaitation:
We all have within us a deep sense of what we need, and what
is right and true for us. To access this we need to pay attention
to our feelings and our intuition. We need to learn to listen
deeply to ourselves and to trust what we hear. And we need to
risk acting on what we feel to be true. Even if we
make mistakes, we must do this in order to learn and grow.

Shakti Gawain


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