16 Feb, 2010
Kim Gary Restaurant (香港金加利茶餐厅)
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Chinese Food
Before we proceed with our Italy trip, we would like to post food that we have eaten during our short Christmas break back to Malaysia. The Bukit Bintang area has always been one of our favourite places to shop around. Since we were shopping at Sungei Wang, we figured we would go for Kim Gary since we haven’t had them for ages.
For RM16.90, ys’s Spanish seafood fried rice (西班牙海鲜炒饭) value set comes with a soup, a drink and a dessert. He had a tea with Hong Kong style (香岛奶茶) while I had a ‘ying yong’ in Hong Kong style (港式鸳鸯) for RM3. Their milk tea was as good as it used to be. The dessert was decent but not extraordinary.
The Spanish seafood fried rice tasted better than we both expect. The serving was quite large, the ingredients served were generous, with mussels, squids, prawns and fish cakes. The fried rice was so delicious and fragrant, it was something that we might order again in the future.
Priced at RM15.50, the supreme mix grill curry baked with Swiss cheese (瑞士芝士炬咖喱鸡扒). This has been one of my favourite orders since I’ve started dining in Kim Gary many years ago. It still tastes good as usual. Given three different types of curry to choose from, I went for the supreme curry (巴辣咖喱), even though pineapple curry (凤梨咖喱) and coconut milk curry (椰香咖喱) both sounded tempting. Served with a choice of white rice or spaghetti, the serving was rather big. The chicken, sausages, egg, ham and potatoes cooked in curry were simply delicious, cheesy and spicy at the same time, the combination was hardly imaginable but do try it if you have yet to do so.
Service is fast and speedy. The serving of food is quite fast too despite the huge crowd in the restaurant. More information about the restaurant can be found on their well-designed website here.
G083 & 84, Sungei Wang Plaza,
Jalan Sultan Ismail,
55100 Kuala Lumpur,