Sunday, 25 November 2012

YogiTree@The Garden

Who say guys dont go to afternoon tea?....Ok, sound diva....or sissy....but that is what I get from those aunty, chicks and little gal when me and another friend of mine who sit down at YogiTree at The Garden for high tea session.

We bought a groupon ticket for an afternoon tea for 2. It was cheap and healthy set I would say minus off all the weird looking stare from those gals especially 2 young chick pretending to be diva (u know what I mean....speaking with american accent and act cute on same time want maintain standard)

Anyway, this is what we get...

Tea for 2
A piece of cake (we choose pineapple upside down cake)
2 scones
Bruschetta - Pesto chicken bruschetta and grilled vegetable caramelized onion bruschetta. (OK, the one with alfalfa is just not for me...)
Scones (Omg, so sweet)

Verdict : Healthy and nice....The pineapple upside down cake is really good. The Bruschetta is nice too (minus off the alfalfa)....For scones I would say it is nice to eat while it was warm while the macaroon is way to sweet for my liking....

Anyway, somehow another, yogitree remind me of yogibear....Dont you think so? hehe

Ole Ole Bali

I bet those who went to Bali will remember the dirty duck crispy duck and babi guling. Back in Malaysia, one famous restaurant that serve Bali food will be Ole Ole Bali.

Ole ole bali need no more introduction from any blogger as they manage to have the first mover advantage by being the very first few to serve Balinese food.

The restaurant is well decorated with Balinese theme setting with lot of Buddha painting. Ironic, Bali island are mostly Hinduisme but probably the photo of Buddha give a peaceful and calmness into the environment.

One food that I love in Ole Ole bali have to be its sate lilit. Fresh fish paste wrapped on the lemon grass and grill to perfection.

The nasi campur and ala-carte course normally come with choice of perfectly grilled chicken, seafood or lamb. Another stuff to shout about is the sambal terasi and sambal matah..

Here are some of the food we order. Love the cumi cumi goreng (fried sotong)..

Don't forget a jar of Barley Lime to go together with the meal....

Ole Ole Bali is own by one group call Bali Bistro that provide 5 different Balinese restuarant concept.