Thursday, June 18, 2015

Limabelas @ The Intermark, KL

Ohai, I'm back with another fattening food post :D please read on your own risk HEH 

I have never had the chance to try out this highly raved Nyonya Laksa at Limapulo that I have been hearing since forever until they recently opened a sister restaurant, Limabelas at The Intermark last November. Since the other fat half stays nearby, I decided to drag him along for  #kevdafoodadventure. 

Pai Tee (4pcs) --- RM12.00 
We had these for appetizers and it's actually my first time having Pai Tee so, it was something new for me. A thin and crunchy pastry tart shell filled with a mixture of savory and sweet paste as well as thinly sliced vegetables and prawn; yummmmeh!

Nyonya Laksa -- RM11.80
Introducing the award winning (don't play play, I tell you) Nyonya Laksa Lemak that really lives up to its hype *cough* despite looking less attractive than how it was being promoted *cough* I was trying hard to hold my urge to savage it while taking a few shots. This is the ultimate reason why I visited Limabelas; for this bowl of flavoursome goodness topped with shredded chicken, fishcakes, fishballs, fresh cucumbers and half an egg. Took my first big slurp and boy, I got hooked onto it immediately! Yeah, I may be exaggerating a little but it was that damn freaking good! Even typing this now makes me salivates already. I can even remember the taste that lingers...okay. I need to stop right here. And the portion is pretty decent too, perfect for a quick and simple lunch. Totally recommending it! 

Ayam Berempah Set -- RM11.80
Well, you can opt for this aromatic ayam berempah set that comes with white rice, omelette and side of vegetable if you're not a big fan of laksa. The gravy was lip smacking albeit a tad greasy; the chicken on the other hand was really tender and well marinated. Another dish that I would totally recommend!

Telur Cincaluk --- RM15.00 
Something interesting on the menu that caught the other half's attention, since he was craving for it so we decided to give it a try. I was actually expecting hard boiled eggs with cincaluk but it turned out to be a cincaluk omelette *facepalm* Sadly the cincaluk wasn't evenly spread among the omelette, so some pieces tasted extra salty and I personally think it wasn't worth the price. However, this dish has a rather unique tantalizing taste.

A tad too big hearty meal for two and it sure makes my tummy happy!

Cendol --- RM3.50
A meal wouldn't be complete without dessert right? I ordered this toothsome bowl of Cendol, which is made of shaved ice drizzled with fragrant and thick Gula Malacca (yet it did not turn out too sweet) and generous amount of the cendol; well I have to say that it is one of the best I've tried in KL. Definitely a perfect ending to my meal (:

So if you feel like  indulging in good and authentic Nyonya food with reasonable price, you sure know where to head to! I'm definitely going back to try their other dishes and to get my Nyonya Laksa fix some day. You can also visit their main branch at No. 50, Jalan Doraisamy for more instagram-worthy interior, cheaper menu and even the chance to meet the Legendary Uncle John; the founder of Baba Can Cook.

P/S: In case you don't know, Nyonya Laksa are only served on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, (be sure you are there early cause I heard that it sells out fast!) while Mee Siam is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Limabelas @ The Intermark
LC-01, The Intermark
348, Jalan Tun Razak
50400, KL City Centre
Kuala Lumpur.
Tel No: 012-2255365
Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Monday - Saturday)
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And if you guys know any place that serves delish Nyonya food, do drop a comment below!


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