Pancake & syrup…

That was what we had for our dinner on the 6th day of our holiday in the peninsula.

Melissa and I really enjoyed our set lunches at this pancake place a few years ago and this particular outlet…

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…seemed to enjoy pretty good business as I would see quite a lot of people eating there at any time of day everytime I walked past so we decided to go for it that particular evening in question.

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Melissa had the best taco special set (RM15.90) and she got these…

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…and also three pieces of pancakes…

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…and a drink in the form of a glass of iced peach tea. Of course, she enjoyed them very much – she is always into this sort of things, my little girl.

I opted for the house specials set (RM19.90)…

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…which also came with the pancakes and the peach tea.

I reckoned that in having that, I would be able to try most of what they had to offer but I was not really impressed with what came in the platter. The spaghetti was so-so and the slice of garlic bread was…like garlic bread. I wasn’t too sure what dip they had in the middle but it did not particularly turn me on and the fried chicken…

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…wasn’t anything to shout about either. The pancakes were all right though, a little bit too thick but they were fine.

My missus did not want any of the sets and she chose their smoked grilled tilapia (RM15.90) instead…

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…and I would say that the fish was really very nice! It had the taste and fragrance of ikan salai, our local smoked fish and I could not for the dear life of me figure out how they could remove ALL the bones in the fish…

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…and put it all back together again. Amazing!!!

All in all, it was an o.k. meal…but we probably should have tried the other pancake place, Paddington, on the LG floor of the Gardens next door instead. In fact, we wanted to go there on another day but we just did not have the time. That would just have to wait till our next time around, I guess…