I'm back! Was in KL for 4 days without an internet access. I was rather busy going places, and enjoying some simple food out in KL. First was IKEA's food court, where there was some simple food that many people enjoy. With not having breakfast earlier, my sis decided to hit to Ikea's to look for some furniture stuff... and before that, we attacked the food court.
Though they have few choices of main dishes, they have good service and very spacious food court. And food trolleys for you to order lots of food! My sis ordered the Poached Salmon, served with potatoes and broccoli and topped with a buttery cream sauce. I really liked it. very simple, healthy, and tasty!
What does your local Ikea food court serves? Hmm, for Malaysia, we have the manager's specialty today - our Malaysia's colourful Nasi Dagang. Nasi Dagang originates from Terengganu, the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Coloured rice, like here it is blueish, served with creamy chicken coconut curry and vegetable pickles. Very good taste... Yummy!
I was desperate to finally, after such a long time, taste it's Sweedish meatballs. So greedy that we ordered 15 of those!!! It's soft, springy, and served with a very mild brown gravy. Oh, with some cranberry sauce and some french fries! Honestly, I did not know the meatballs can taste wonderful with that brown gravy and cranberry sauce! Really enjoyed this one...I had to try one of the Sweedish desserts - Delicato Balls, with very mousse-like sugary filling, covered with a layer of crispy chocolate, and dusted with crispy coconut shave. I also really enjoyed this one, though I think it was rather sweet!
Food is simple and good here, with no much hassle of ordering. And reasonably priced as well. I guess the concept is to fill your your hungry stomch while you get to take time, shop around for furnitures... Cool.
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