Mar 20, 2015

HITTING THE QUILL CITY MALL FOOD TRAIL : Part 3 - Coffee Planet, Sopoong and Red Lobster


Coffee Planet is a coffee franchise from Dubai which brings us stylish, modern, fresh and funky cafes and also kiosks that will make every visit memorable...


They only use the freshest and highest quality ingredients , namely 100 percent pure Arabica beans which are carefully selected and then freshly roasted in their own Roastery. 


The ambiance in Coffe Planet at Quill City Mall is bright, cheerful and welcoming in modern deco and their passion for speciality coffee shows in the beautiful creations of their well trained baristas


Besides gorgeously fragrant coffees, Coffee Planet also serves a wide range of delicious and wholesome meals, certain to satisfy the most discerning food enthusiasts.







1.       Americano, RM7.90
2.       Caffe Latte, RM10.90
3.       Cappuccino, RM10.50
4.       Mocha, RM11.50
5.       Mocha Hazelnut, RM12.90
6.       Espresso Caramello, RM11.90


Some of the cakes and snacks served. This one below is called the firecracker 





I ordered the Mocha Frappucino and I loved it... it was definitely heavenly on my palate


Check out more on coffee planet at : https://www.facebook.com/coffeeplanet.my 
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Sopoong is a Korean restaurant which was established in 2011 in Malaysia.


Sopoong is managed by a Korean family, so you can really taste authentic Korean food. Sopoong however serves halal meat and is pork free, so Muslims can also enjoy Sopoong's original Korean food.


Dolsot Bibimbap RM15.90 (Vegetable),RM16.90 (Chicken) 
Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap - Bibimbap served in a sizzling hot stone pit. The crisped rice at the bottom mixed with the vegetable toppings and gochujang sauce served piping hot and will last hot until the end of your meal from the pot.

Kimchi Jigae RM15.90 (and above)
This Kimchi Stew is spicy and made with sour kimchi, shell fish, tofu and gren onions chunks and some choice meat (tuna, chicken or beef) and will be served with a bowl of steamed rice.


Bulgogi RM19.90 (small) RM37.90 (large)
Bulgogi literally means fire beef in Korean, and is derived from the Pyongan dialect. It refers to marinated meat, cooked using traditional grilling techniques such as gridirons or perforated dome griddles that sit on braziers, unlike deep frying or boiling in water. The term is also applied to variations such as dakgogi (made with chicken) or dwaejigogi (made with pork), depending on what kind of meat and corresponding seasoning are used. It is listed at number 23 on the World's 50 most delicious foods readers' poll compiled by CNN Go in 2011


Gimbap RM9.50
Gimbap are dried seaweed rolls . Somewhat unlike sushi which rice is flavoured with vinegar, the rice is seasoned with salt and sesame oil and then rolled up in a sheet of laver aka seaweed with egg, cucumberm carrot and pickled radish
Japchae RM15.90
Japchae are Glass Noodles served with Mushrooms and Sauteed Vegetables






The Red Lobster  restaurant here is the 3rd restaurant opened in Malaysia. It originated in Florida since the 1968 and has expanded around the country since then.

Now, there are over 700 restaurants across USA, Canada, Middle East, South America, Japan and now Malaysia


Red Lobster in Malaysia is operated by the local Secret Recipe F &B group...

Lobster Bisque - serving with the lobster meat and Cheddar Bay Biscuit
The Lobster Bisque was definitely nice and the Cheddar Bay Biscuit was just delightful without being too cheesy.

Entree
Seafood Marinara with Grilled Lobster, Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, Butterflied Fried Shrimp and Lobster -Crab-Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms.
Personally I loved the Seafood Marinara loads even though I was way too stuffed to finish my meal and I really adored the Lobster-Crab-Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms....The Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp was sweet and crispy...

Seafood Marinara with Grilled Lobster...
For dessert, we had a Special Decadent Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Ice Cream and a lovely refreshing glass of Iced Lemon Tea as usual... though the Iced Lemon Tea was slightly too sweet for me... and that was finally the end of our food trail at Quill City Mall...

Check out more on Red Lobster here : https://www.facebook.com/redlobstermalaysia


We took some photos of the management staff and group photos before dispersing.....Thank you Quill City Mall for the great opportunity to try these amazing dishes at some of your lovely outlets.......




4 comments:

  1. love to try out that Korean restaurant and red lobster!

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  2. OMG kinchi jigae! I haven't had korean food is so so long

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    1. yeah.... should have some... I love it!! heeheh

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