Food Foundry in my neighborhood have expanded to another shop lot which translates to means good business.
They have a new menu that caters to all age group of diners which shall includes Sandwiches and Pizza later on.
My wife needs to have her fix of rice, hence she ordered Nasi Lemak while the rest of us went "Western."
Service was excellent and parking is ample.
Soft Shell Crab Salad with Mango Kerabu-too much batter for the Crab but the Mango Kerabu was addictive-Rm14/
Aglio Olio Prawns-Pasta were al-dente with generous amount of Olive oil, herbs and pepper-prawns was not fresh- Pasta was satisfying and delicious, love it- Rm18/
Nasi Ulam with Ayam Percik-served with cucumber, blanched green and Sambal laced chicken-the rice with dried shrimps was bursting with savory goodness-chicken was a bit salty-a wholesome meal with a local touch-Rm12/
Pan fried Dory Fillet in Cream sauce-served with Olive oil tossed blanched green and mashed potatoes-meat was moist, white and creamy-Yummy-Rm13/.
Nasi Lemak-served with a small piece of omelette, peanut, cucumber and a curry flavored Drumstick - Sambal was sweet instead fiery hot-meal was not over whelming!- Rm12/.
Cajun Sirloin Steak-served with olive oil tossed blanched green and mashed potatoes-meat was done medium rare-smoky, tasty, juicy but tough-rm28/.