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Sunday, January 06, 2008

India: Dinner

We ate our dinners in the hotel, nowhere else we could go. There were 2 restaurants in the hotel namely Caramel Restaurant and Silk Restaurant. Caramel Restaurant served western food and also South Indian food. It was the place where we took our breakfasts every morning. Here are the pictures of some food we had taken. Fettuccine carbonara, penn arabiata, chicken breast stuffed with cheese, lamb/chicken burger, tenderloin steak, south indian curry and fish and chips. Tenderloin steak and chicken breast were our popular orders during that 2 weeks.
Dinner @ Song About Jen

We gave Silk Restaurant a try although it was pricey. It's a Thai restaurant which served Thai and South Indian food. The restaurant was so empty that we were the only customers and we dined in a private room. These were the dishes we ordered.
Dinner @ Song About Jen

After enjoying all the good food, we got a whopping bill of Rs. 2869. That was our first and also last visit to this restaurant.
Dinner @ Song About Jen

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

orkwardly, the food in these pics looks tons better than your previous meal. probably its because it's being served on a stainless steal plate, kinda makes it looks you're in a solitary confinement facility :P

anyways, what really shocks me is the price, and if that's in MYR, undoubtly i can pee in my pants for that, that's relatively expensive man... a grand or more for a meal ? wow... what's that place made off ? corper and gold ?

u know, it too kinda sounds like they've build the place on a budget by lashing out twenty grand on a hammer and thirty grand on a toilet seat :)

ah, local indian food and those authentic indian food... any diff ? spicier or its just the same back here ?

1/07/2008 10:22:00 PM  
Blogger flyingfish11 said...

tenderloin steak? suprise u can get it there :p

1/08/2008 07:07:00 AM  
Blogger YeeJen said...

anonymous: A stainless steel plate is because it's the traditional way of serving indian food, just like your nasi lemak on banana leaf. and pls don't compare a cafeteria with a hotel restaurant. haha.

flyingfish11: Yea, but mayb is pork, but the color looks reddish. haha. i didn't try it.

1/09/2008 01:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i know that, ms catwoman, that's why i had say if its being served on a stainless steal plate... it looks like food for those delinquints :) hahahaha...

~ joker

1/09/2008 11:20:00 PM  

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