Saturday, January 23, 2010
Lunch at MinMax Restaurant, PNB Darby Park
Continue from my previous post: Celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary
My darling and I celebrated the auspicious day by having lunch with our precious family members at MinMax Restaurant.
A charming eating establishment in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city, near KLCC that serves halal (pork-free) Chinese cuisine. Especially popular at MinMax Restaurant are the halal Dim Sum with prices starting from RM2.90 per basket. The varieties aren't as many as the traditional non-halal Dim Sum sold elsewhere, nevertheless they're quite delicious and tasty.
Both my daughters-in-law have differing views. Kellie ranked the Dim Sum served here better than that at MeiSan Szechuan Restaurant, Quality Hotel that also serves halal Chinese cuisine, while Yanti prefers the latter. I'm neutral, each place has its plus and minus points...some of them tasted so good while some not so good!
Here's sharing some of the Dim Sum that were ordered that day to tempt you, huh!
A large plate of Buttered Prawns (RM80) and two kinds of noodles (Glass Noodle and 'Sang Meen' at RM20 per medium plate) were ordered too as we wanted to try out their ala carte menu which is quite extensive. No regrets here as the prawns were large and yummy, so too the noodles, just perfect in taste.
Total cost of food consumed plus Chinese tea was about RM246, pretty reasonable! On the whole, I think this halal Chinese restaurant is worthwhile revisiting to try out its ala carte menu next time around!
PNB Darby Park
50450 Kuala Lumpur
(Tel: 603-2166 8669)