The title of the post definitely got you at the edge of your seats, didn't it?
Well, today we're giving you guys an insight of what we at Koolred have for lunch.
Judging from today's lunch... I'm guessing we were all very "Asian" today. The menu was really huge (you can practically build a fort with the tall, long menu) but nobody went for the Western cuisines.
Hmm. I wonder why.
To start off, Koolred visited Piccadilly's for lunch. No, we didn't eat in London but feasted in our very own local Piccadilly's Restaurant.
The sports-bar themed restaurant is always occupied by loads of people during lunch and dinner... and on weekends you can round up your buddies to watch the Barclay's Premier League there (they even have the prominent BPL teams' logos on the menu).
As mentioned earlier, the Koolred team dined ASIAN cuisines. This post will be giving you readers a tour of the Asian food cuisines we indulged in... and so our first "destination" for this "food tour" is Malaysia.
First stop: MALAYSIA
Ahh... how can you resist those mamak-style fried noodles at the hawker centres? Yellow noodles fried with eggs, vegetables, (loads of) bean sprouts and chilli, it is just as addictive as Char Kuay Teow (fried kuay teow).
Verdict: Don't attempt if you do not like fried stuff!
Vegetable Fried Rice
Now, this fried rice is quite interesting. It comes with a piece of fried popiah (spring roll) and a side of keropok (crackers). We always have to find food spots that serve vegetarian and Halal (pork-free) dishes in order to accommodate the Koolred team.
"Flied lice" as one of our team mates renamed his dish with quirkiness, the rice cuisine is a popular Asian and Chinese food selection. Verdict: The popiah is really good.
Next stop: THAILAND
Tom Yam Glass Noodles
Resembling bee-hoon/ bihun (rice vermicelli), glass noodles are transparent noodles made from starch and water. They are also known as cellophane noodles (how smart!). The glass noodles were cooked in tom yam/ tom YUM, which is a spicy and sour broth. Origniated from Thailand and Laos, tom yum has been popularised by the neighbouring countries- though some have sworn that the best tom yums are still from the pioneering countries. Verdict: Generous amount of chicken! If you love food that taste sour, then you would love this dish.
Verdict: If you love sour and spicy food, this fried dish would suit your food palate.
For eaters who love sweet tastes, you'd enjoy indulging in meat dipped with teriyaki sauce! Teriyaki is a type of cooking technique where a sweet soy sauce marinade is used to broil or grill food. Teriyaki compliments strips of chicken very well... if you go to the local marts you'd be able to find teriyaki sauce on the shelves.
We could have "visited" more country cuisines... as the menu has like, 200 items to choose from? If you plan to go there, be prepared to be bombarded by selections of Western, Malaysian, Thai, Northern Indian, Chinese and Japanese cuisines all at once!
Piccadilly's is located in Millennium Square. It's truly a great hangout venue! All in all, the Koolred team enjoyed the food experience.
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