Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Bamboo Garden Restaurant @ The Summit Shopping Complex, Subang

Had late lunch at Bamboo Garden Restaurant after watching Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It is a tastefully decorated Chinese restaurant located at the Lower Ground Floor of The Summit Shopping Complex in Subang.

The time was around 5pm. At that time, the restaurant was practically empty except two table occupied (one of which was ours).

This is the interior of Bamboo Garden Restaurant. The restaurant's cosy decor and relaxed ambience has its inspiration drawn from Chinese cultures, traditions, arts and crafts.

From my observation in the past, this restaurant always has 1/4 occupancy rate only most of the time, even during weekends. Surprisingly, they have slightly lower their food price, from "very expensive" to "expensive", in an desperate attempt to pull the crowd.

The menu at the restaurant is simple, offering diners a selection of popular noodles and rice dishes.

My friend ordered Sweet and Sour Chicken Rice @ RM7.90. No doubt it was tasty but it was just average, as expected in its class.

I ordered Mun Yee Mee (Braised Egg Noodles) @ RM6.90. The aroma of the Mun Yee Mee was pretty fragrant. The egg noodles were chewy, in which i think it is quite up to my standard. I like the way the egg noodles being cooked, not soggy. I hate it when my Mun Yee Mee was "flooded" with excessive gravy.

As an upscale restaurant, they don't even provide tissue for their diners, not after we asked for it! It should have been given to us automatically. This was really a bit of a let down.

For a restaurant in a shopping complex with competitive rival practically in each and every corner, the fact that they have no website, no advertisement and rarely get mentioned in any food blog (i can't find any), i guess Bamboo Garden Restaurant is just "above it all". I wish you: GOOD LUCK!

Add: Lot LG 33A, LG 35, LG 36, Menara Summit, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1, 47600 UEP Subang Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-8025 9088

[Disclaimer: The opinion expressed here are based entirely on personal taste buds, view and preference and may vary from others.]

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