After months of delaying, we finally went to Ubicity for dinner last night.
Sorang buat pose gedik, the other one was annoyed.
For appetizers we had,
Chicken satay. Rs 139 for 4 sticks. At least they were tasty.
Prawn crackers which turned out to be keropok udang HAHAHAHA A’IN YANG ORDER.
OMG THEY HAD CHICKEN SIEW MAI DUMPLINGS.
I died and went to heaven.
Our main dishes were:
Kung pao chicken with egg noodles. Too salty for my liking. Blergh.
Does this look like Laksa Curry to you? More like coconut milk soup to me.
Like they added too much boiled water into instant tom yam.
Chicken fried rice. Yosh. TASTELESS.
Thai sticky rice pudding. Nice!
Manggo pudding. It tasted like mango pudding la. No one no where could make any mistake in preparing it.
Unless that person is me. But that is a different story.
Now this dessert was the nicest of all desserts. Lychee something something I forgot its name.
Lychee filled with peanut butter. A perfect combo. Yum.
Now, personally I’m not picky when it comes to food. Especially Malay food. If the chicken tasted like chicken and the fish tasted like fish, I’m satisfied. I know! I’m so simple! So when I say the main dishes suck, people should believe me. I could cook tastier fried rice. Ok la, I couldn’t. I don’t even know how to make porridge. But my housemates could!!
5/5 for appetizers and desserts though.
For a restaurant which served south asian food, the menu was suprisingly…lacking. One page je kot! South Asia besar kot! And they only had 2 types of dumplings. TWO. Even in Miri there are more than 15!
I’m sorry it’s just that I’m a Chinese food lover. Not the Beijing ( a restaurant in Bangalore ) type of food either. I want dumplings, and carrot cakes, and butter prawns, and lemon chicken, and jelly fish and a lot la! I want fried pau and home made egg tarts 😦
I have yet to find any halal chinese restaurant here in Bangalore so if you guys knew any, please tell me! ^_^
Dah I need to complete my record books now.