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Station 360 @ Damai

 

You may have seen our earlier post about Station 360, where the proprietors are going mad, creating 10 dishes priced at only RM3.60 in conjunction with their anniversary. Missed the previous menu? Well fret not, there are still more dishes priced the same as their namesake. But be quick as this promotion ends at 24th December.



Station 360
Lot No.38, Block E,
Damai Plaza Phave IV,
Luyang, 88300 KK.
Tel: 088-231360
First dish that beats the inflation is black bean soup noodle. A dark broth that is light merged with a hint of faint bitterness. Comes with a generous amount of beehoon, some seafood, green veges, and bean curd. A healthy and light alternative, low in calories and highly nutritious. 
Another soup noodles you can select is the salted vegetables soup. This broth is more flavorful, and savory that comes from the cured veges, while the tomato gives it an acidic twist. Together with some seafood, bean curd and beehoon, this can also be a hearty meal/
The kitchen crew at Station 360 really knows how to turn a bland dish into something really extravagant. I'm talking about their fried noodle. This egg noodles is stirfried with mushroom, julienne carrots, eggs, fish and chicken. Very delicious and filled with lots of ingredients
Next we have the stirfried chee cheong foon. Usually it is steamed and topped with sweet sauce and sesame seed. But this time the master of twists, makes this into a stirfry, together with spring onions, bean sprout, shrimps and egg. One can be forgiven for mistaken this as a stirfried raddish cake by looking at its appearance.
If you are a true blue Sabahan, that needs to eat rice, then fret not, this next rice dish is special. Cooked in cantonese style. This rice is bathed in starchy egg gravy, with added fish and green veges. You may know this dish looks like watan ho, but this time noodles is substituted with rice.
This is a nice fried rice with a western twist, as it comes with crunchy coleslaw with home made dressing. The fried rice takes on a strong aroma and savory taste, as it is cooked with salted egg, while the chicken meat gives this dish more bite.
 
If you are tired of same old savory asian stirfried, then choose this big serving of coleslaw. A generous serving of shredded cabbage and carrots, topped with raisins, chopped nuts and homemade sauce. 
 
Another very healthy dish you can choose is the fruit salad. In it you can have papaya, honey dew, and underneath it all is somemore coleslaw. The sauce topping is specially made with some honey dew flavors, and topped with black sesame seed.

To wash down all that good food, you can choose some really cooling drinks, either filled with white fungus+pear, or white fungus with longan. Both comes with red dates, so its very nutritious and really good for you.
And its not only simple dish that is available here. Of course the next 2 set meals are not priced $3.60, and will only feature at Christmas. 
 
The set meals are whole leg of chicken, which is grilled to a nice brown and sprinkled with black and white sesame seed, served with coleslaw, baked beans and fries. It doesn't stop here as it also comes with cream soup, iced lemon tea and chocolate pudding in cream. A very luxurious dish certainly.
 
 
If you don't like chicken, then you can opt for fish and chips, a meaty cut of fish, breaded and deep fried to give it a crunchy texture. The side dish, drinks and desserts are also the same as the chicken.
 
 

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