Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Canoodling@ Bangsar Village 2.

Guest post by Michelle.

Like most Mondays- which is my off day-there will be a lot of things to be done and how I wish if it has 25 hours.
Things like going for hair cut/hair dyeing, pedicure, pay bills and shopping.

Today for lunch at Canoodling @ Bangsar, I have mum and grandma for company.
Canoodling @ Bangsar was introduced by friends.

It is a simple, comtemporary place with noodles as their main draw and daily special.
While waiting you can doodle on a piece of paper with crayons (provided).

Service was attentive and the food was good.

Set Lunch -Lemongrass chicken set-served with white rice, soup, dessert and Japanese green tea-well marinated and grilled fragrant chicken meat-Rm15.90.
Wan tan mee-deep fried wan tan mee doused with a egg gravy with chicken meat, squid, shrimp, lettuce and sprigs of  coriander leaves.Rm12.90.
Thai belachan fried rice-served with chopped fresh long bean, mango, egg omelette, green Bird's eye chillies, dried shrimps, onion and well marimated darkish chicken cubes-refreshing and a bit salty-Rm12.90.
5 root vegetables-lotus root, asparagus, gingko, kai lan stem, pak hup (Lily bulbs)and grilled/rolled yau yee (cuttlefish)-healthy-Rm18.90.

 Total bill: Rm90/
Location: 2F-29, 2nd Floor,
Bangsar Village 2, Bangsar Baru,
Kuala Lumpur.


thenomadGourmand said...

eh where's the noodles (otr than the wantan mee)?? Thought they specialised in only noodles here.

foodbin said...

Michelle-thenomadGourmand-I went for the wantan noodle which was the day special while mum and grandma like rice-will try the extensive noodles menu the next time with friends.

CUMI & CIKI said...

Luv the noodles here! Anything with a runny egg is fine :)

foodbin said...

Michelle-C&CIKI-maybe next time will try their other noodles.

babe_kl said...

we also ordered the 4 heavenly king from Rice, it was good!