View Full Version : Favourite Food at Curve?
11-05-2007, 03:48 PM
Anyone has any suggestion/favourite restaurants at the Curve Mutiara Damansara?
11-05-2007, 04:46 PM
well i actually like o'brien's sandwich bar. always liked it. unfortunately it's quite pricey. it's supposed to be a cheap cafe and it is where it came from (UK). sad to say i cant go there as much now. haha.....wallet dont allow :(
11-05-2007, 04:53 PM
If you say like that, meaning I can't even step into The Curve anywhere also'lah. Wallet forbids me to enter that whole area.
12-05-2007, 11:13 AM
grilled salmon at laundry, don't go for the spaghetti and meatballs though
o'brien's sandwiches is always a hit
hop over across the road to ikea for their swedish meatballs
nasi lemak and fried rice at little penang cafe is pretty decent
lecka lecka gelato at the cineleisure :)
13-05-2007, 12:28 PM
try empress cafe, located at the corner after little penang cafe. The cheese cake is nice. My friend liked the petai fried rice. :)
13-05-2007, 01:31 PM
The new restaurant, sanctuary, which is upstairs of italiannies, serve quite good thai food. Their chefs are all malaysian thais. Should try their sets, which have a little bit of everything, serves one or two, depending on which set it is. The tom yam seafood soup was surprisingly good and tasty, and similar to what I had in Thailand, unlike some other thai restaurants that try to pass off dishwater as tom yam soup.
There's a cosy little cafe called charms tucked away behind the main row of shoplots on the ground floor of the asian courtyard next to the fountain. They serve pretty decent local and nyonya cuisine. Nice ambience to hide away from the busier parts of curve. They've got good cendol there, and their laksa aren't too bad either. They have this lamb charm thingy, which is actually lamb on a grill served to you.
The Colonial Times serves some pretty good southern indian food. A bit on the pricey side tho, and service could've been better, but the quality of the food makes up for it. Their chutneys are excellent.
There's a new concept coming up where slippery senorita used to be. It's british food, open kitchen and open bar concept, ala jamie oliver style. Not sure whether this is their final decision on it tho, the last time i spoke to the marketing team of the place that's what i was told, and i'm looking forward to it if it's true.
Marche's stuffs are pretty standard nowadays, nothing special, the initial novelty has weared off, but for the pricing of the food, the portion and quality you get is not too bad.
There's a cafe on the first floor called california jazz, sometimes there's a one man band performing there. Their coffee and selection of cakes are pretty good. Nice ambience to chillout there with a book in hand.
Paddington house of pancakes doesnt disappoint usually, but sometimes the serving is so big, you get "jelak" a bit after eating so much pancakes and the toppings they put on it. A few dishes are a bit too greasy, so try to avoid those with lotsa bacon and meat toppings. I personally love their dessert pancakes.
Sakae sushi is overrated, i dont really quite like the place and the food they serve is just mediocre.
Among the not too good places in curve is Vivo's pizza. Service is poor, food selection is extremely boring. Give this place a miss. Same goes for cafe 1920. Please just make your way to italiannies if you're craving for pasta. This place just doesnt cut it at all.
13-05-2007, 02:35 PM
Wow, you know your Curve very well. :)
13-05-2007, 11:02 PM
Ahhh .... feel so alien in this thread. Nothing that I know of The Curve, what is nice and not. Lynn, really has good exposure there, she knows it like the map at the back of her hands.
Anyone tried those english kind of class cafe? There are a few around there actually. DOn't really know the names either. :o
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