Bunga Raya Cafe, Celyn Hotel @ City Mall
Bunga Raya Cafe, 1st Floor Celyn Hotel, City Mall
Visit reviewed: 27/02/2010
When passing by the escalator from the carpark to Citymall, we had always noticed the banner of Bunga Raya Cafe but never had a chance to try it out. As we saw their Set Lunches price are reasonable, we decided to check out the place today.
Total paid for lunch, RM58.25 (meal for 4 person)
Orange juice (refillable)
Come with drink when you order any value meal (orange juice only)
Come with appertizer (salad) and drink (orange juice) when you order western food value meal)
Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce, RM15.99
The Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce portion was quite big as it comes with two pieces of chicken chop and plenty of potatoes. Taste wise, it was good. The sauce was creamy and the chicken chop was evenly grilled until the meat are tender. Worth a try and definitely better than Upperstar.
Celyn Club Sandwich, RM12.99
The Celyn Club Sandwich was not bad as well but it would be better if the bread was toasted. The fillings of the sandwich included ham, cheese, egg and some fresh vegetables.
Mee Hoon Soto Ayam, RM7.99
The Soto Ayam was surprisingly good. Tasted like the original Indonesian's broth. The portion was quite big as well with plenty of eggs and chicken meat. Yummy!
Mee Hoon Curry with Chicken, RM8.99
The Mee Hoon Curry with Chicken was quite good. Not very thick curry but it reminded me of my school canteen's curry noodle. It comes with plenty of eggs, chicken meat and fried bean curd.
The ABC was nice. Syrup was serve separately and you can add in at your own preference. Comes with lots of ingredients including longan, cincau, green bean, peanut and corn.
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