Thursday, January 25, 2007

Station Kopitiam at Times Square


Each time when I'm at Times Square I have no idea at all what to eat. We've been walking around the floors which consists most of the restaurants and cafes to have a glimpse of what to eat. We saw a quite new restaurant just opposite The Chicken Rice Shop on the 4th floor. We decided to give them a try since the place was filled with quite a lot of patrons. So, let's see what we've ordered.


The one on the left was Honey Dew Juice while the one on the right was Nescafe Ice. The honeydew juice tasted ok. Priced at RM3.90, at first I thought it tasted a little weirdy but Shujin said it was nice and fresh. After a while, I think it's a pretty refreshing drink too. Shujin's Nescafe Ice was nice too. The Nescafe Ice is priced at RM2.50.


Shujin ordered the Pattaya Fried Rice. Priced at RM5.90, the fried rice consisted of some bite sized chicken meat, some shrimps, mixed vegetables (carrots, peas, and corns), and egg where it's all wrapped in an omelette. The rice was delicious~ I thought it would be normal but it was yummy.


I ordered BBQ Grilled Chicken which is priced at RM11.90. The grilled chicken was accompanied with fried rice, fries and boiled vegetables (a mix of carrots, broccoli, and cauliflower).


I was happy to see that the fried rice they've given me was the same with Shujin's Pattaya fried rice....but not for long. I wasn't happy at all. I ended up complaining to Shujin that the chicken's BBQ sauce was like some bottled uncooked/unheated sauce, and the boiled vegetables were over-boiled~! Last but not least the fried rice wasn't the same with Shujin's Pattaya Fried Rice. The fried rice I got wasn't that tasty. If I'm not so FUSSY, overall I would say it's still ok. @_@


But at least Shujin's Pattaya Fried Rice was nice. Maybe I ordered the wrong item. But the fried rice was supposed to be the same, isn't it? Oh well...

9 comments:

blurblur said...

omg.. we (Clemz, TL, WH, YM & Ivan) juz went there on Tuesday! Their food are not bad but I had a bad experience there. The waitress are all sloppy and lazy. One of the waitress almost drop Ivan's Chicken when I'm complaining about my 100plus!

Guess wat? my 100plus taste sweet! bcoz they accidently pour 100plus into one of their readied cups with liquid sugar. I asked them to change me a new one and they forgotten about it. When I asked about my 100plus, the next time they brought the same cup to me again... Imagine that could have gone to another customer which I already drank before. I only manage to get my proper 100plus at the 3rd time. zzzz....

Tummythoz said...

Had a bad experience with a Hongki style restaurant there too. Luckily, BTS is not my usual haunt. Just prefer the cinema, GSC, there.

Jackson said...

Time Square? This was the only shopping mall which i can't think of anything to eat!!!! The price of the restaurant u blog was reasonable but yet, must all depends on the taste. Looks like not a good place to try

Galaxie said...

Yeah, everytime I go to Times Square, I also don't know what to eat. But seems like I can try out this one the next time I go.

wmw said...

So, looks like I'm not the only one who does not know what to eat when I'm there! Many of us around... Thanks for linking me!

Jason said...

Hehe, luckily, I don't go Times Square whenever I am in KL. :D

hochiak said...

Hmm...the pattaya fried rice looks kinda smallish... LOL!

cookies_cream said...

blur - Yeah, the services there wasn't really good. The waitresses looked sleepy or something.

tummythoz - Which hongkie style restaurant? The one next to GSC at 3rd floor?

jackson - Haha, me too~! Everytime I'm there, I really don't know what to eat.

galaxie - Haha, we are in the "gang". Don't know what to eat. LOL

wmw - No prob bout the linking. Thanks for leaving a comment. :)

jason - Haha, lucky you!

hociak - Hmm, not really smallish. Maybe it's because of the photo? =)

MeiyeN said...

hmmm... da pattaya fried rice looks so tempting!!