20 November 2007

U-Village, Sungai Wang

Let's start my very first post with some food review. U-Village's food is Hong Kong style, similar to Kim Gary, but much better. They have a huge variety of food, and generally, they are all good. This place caters for the lunch time crowd, so it will be full during the weekdays as well as weekends. It is situated on the outside of Sungai wang, on the street between Sungai Wang and Lowyat plaza off Jalan Bukit Bintang.

Pan Fried Rice Noodle with Beef
My friend decided to order this dish as it was marked as Chef's Recommendation on the menu. The rice noodle was very tasty. Beef was very tender and the serving was generous too. I would give it 4/5 stars for this and would order it again if I do return there.

Club French Toast
U-Village has an good variety of Toasts. Today I decided to try the Club French Toast. The toast is actually made of 3 pieces of bread, with peanut butter and banana as the filling. The bread is then coated with egg before being deep fried into a crunchy toast and then covered with chocolate syrup and condense milk.
Overall the Club French Toast was good, but it could have been better if they were more generous with the peanut butter and banana fillings! The toast was a little too rich and sweet, and best eaten if shared with your friends. Overall, I would give it a 3.5/5 stars.

I would recommend trying the Golden Box Toast, which is actually Toast served with Curry Chicken. Quite a big serving and could be eaten as a main meal.
My personal favourite toast is actually the Sweetened Milk and Peanut Butter Toast. It is simple French Toast filled with very loads of peanut butter and topped with some condense milk! Highly recommended.... by me!
Overall the food has never been dissapointing and generally good. If you are ever in the Sungai Wang area, swing by and try the food.


li lian said...

Toast is all you had for lunch? Is the place value for money?

Eric Tan said...

There were 2 of us, so we share both the dishes. Good value for money, at least to my standards. Toast is about $4.90 and the Pan Friend Noodles is $8.90. The price you would pay to eat at any nice place with Air-con... :P