Wednesday, February 4, 2009

6 To 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak @ Happy Mansion, Section 17 PJ

This place had been reviewed by several bloggers whom I always follow... and most of them mentioned about a lot of cafes mushrooming in this area, particularly around Happy Mansion area at Jalan 17/3. Jenn wanted to eat pork chop and I'd read about this place offering western food + nasi lemak.

Having arrived at KL quite early on Friday, we'd decided to have early dinner. It was getting darker when both of us arrived... The dinner crowd had not come yet...

Their menu in yellow colour with the drawing of chef with food... quite interesting.

We were seated outside and quickly placed our order. Of course, Jenn went for their grilled pork chop with pineapple sauce @ RM14.90 - the meat was marinated and grilled before topped with pineapple sauce, and accompanied with french fries + coleslaw. Its meat was tender and the pineapple sauce added some sweetness in it.

I had the grilled fish with lemon butter @ RM12.50 - it was good to dip the fish with lemon butter sauce provided!

Leo's verdict - apart from western food, they also offer nasi lemak which I have not tried yet. But I noticed that a lot of customers ordered this Malay delicacy. Maybe I will try that next time. The price is quite reasonable for the quality of food offered here... definitely worth giving it a try! By the time I left, the whole place was packed with patrons.
An update, I read that the quality had dropped compared to last time. The portion has got smaller too... anyway, this was the first time that I came here.


fatboybakes said...

oooh, i've been meaning to try this place for the longest time! yeah, the nasi lemak sounds promising.

CUMI & CIKI said...

nearby there is MM cafe.. not bad! you should give it a shot.. ;)
cheaper .. (i dare say tastier?!)

thule a.k.a leo said...

fatboybakes - I've got mixed feedback from friends. some said good, same actually condemned the nasi lemak. I guess that u have to try it for yourself.

c&c - apart from M&M, I spotted a place called Food Faundry too... behind 6 to 10. quite packed by the time I left... will check it out soon :)

J2Kfm said...

Food Foundry's the one famous for the Mille Crepe Cake.
i've yet to discover the eateries in Section 17 though.

dd69 said...

been ther done that
the food is tasty
1.expensive but the all spaghetti, need to be bigger( we r not idiot )

2.and 4 drinks, its expensive.
if expensive, pls use premium first sip we can know the ingredients use to concote are cheap customer r more savvy.

3.the advice is :

take 1 which can please customers

low quality stuff and sell at low price


high quality ingredients and sell at higher price

you can never have BOTH

worked in FOOD industry for 11 years abroad, i wont buy the shit u were trying to sell me.PETER LIM