How did you guys come up with western, japanese and chinese?
Apparently with a good reputation of 10 years serving the crowd at KLCC with an upmarket version of old fashion Kelantanese food, the restaurant moved recently to Sooka Sentral for the office crowd of KL Sentral.
Spotting the usual fair of nasi dagang, nasi kerabu and the infamous ayam percik, i walked into the restaurant with saliva dripping from the corner of my mouth, starring at the creamy sauce that was drenched with the ayam percik.
Tastewise though, i must admit that this was my virgin attempt in savouring food from the North and really expected, nothing much.
Right after having fun rolling the leaves with a variety of condiments, our mains arrived swiftly.
The sauce that was poured over the rice was addictive and delicious. Not too spicy, it got my appetite up to finish off my rice till the very last grain.
The ayam percik was nothing spectacular, with nothing to benchmark against whilst the beef pieces required abit too much chewing then i would have preferred.
I suppose the last straw is the slightly upmarket prices to accompany the ambience with a plate of the rice/meat going for RM16-18++.
Add a drink and an appetizer and the bill goes up to around RM25++ which is not exactly the budget of a normal poor and undepaid executive working around the area.
I suppose Sooka Sentral isn't exactly the cheapest of places to eat during lunch.
Address and contact details:
1-5 Level 1
Tel: 03-2780 2045Verdict: 3 stars out of 5 stars. I suppose once in awhile when you don't want yourself to stink and sweat in an authentic Malay stall and want to seat in the comfort of the air-con while savouring what appears to be decently good Kelantanese food and don't mind paying, here you go.
1-5 Level 1
Jalan Stesen Sentral
50470 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2780 2045
FAX: 03-2785 1945