Sunday, December 14, 2014

Tom, Dick and Harry's Live Bar & Pub, Pavilion


It's holiday season!
It's a must traveling down to KL to have some shopping and exploring with my friends
especially when they are here just for a few days :)

Christmas is around the corner
One thing I love traveling to KL during year end is the decoration in the mall.
Pavilion is definitely one of it ;)



Still
this is not the main point for this post.

 As I was introducing KL to my friends
we found a real good restaurant  called
Tom, Dick and Harry's.

Thought it will be very expensive but ended up it's not.
Totally worth it 




Menu?
All around the ceiling :D

Don't worry,
They have menu books,
it's just that I didn't snap a pictures of it since we were busy ordering :D


Love the wall decoration.
Woody feeling and I was LOL when we read the words. :)

The Live band stage
(perform during the night)


Counter
(feel free to sit for a  real close contact with the waiters)
 


The Big Breakfast RM 20+ (comes with one tea and one juice)
It's totally worth it because the portion is super big that I have to share it with Jing Brother. 
Definitely worth the price!
So tasty, so full, and we were screaming 'yummy!' in our heart :D
P/s: Sunny side-up is perfectly half-cooked as the yolk dripped out right after the cut. *saliva drool*

Something with egg, bacon, and sausage... Gosh I forgot the name ><
 Taste so good it it's the tummy of Than the Fatty :D


Overall,
I would say this place is worth-coming
I love the atmosphere
and  also the food.
I would say that the food is a bit pricey
but the portion is real big 
(you can get consultation from the waiter is you are not sure of the rest of their food)
The waiters there are friendly and helpful.
and we had a great day there! ;)


Happy Meal! :D


Tom, Dick and Harry's Live
Address: 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Phone:03-2118 8833
Hours:  10:00 am – 1: 00 am
Facebook: click here


Friday, December 5, 2014

Magnum Cafe Finally in Mid Valley!


Hooray Hooray Peeps!
Magnum Cafe is in Malaysia (finally)! :D

Well, if you guy are wondering,
the first Magnum was opening in Bangkok, not really far away from our country. 
Now it has the third outlet in Indonesia as well.
Guess Magnum has its best market around the South East Asia ;)
and I can totally relate as my friends were the total Magnum hardcore fans.
(Remember those day, where you were willing to tie your stomach just to save enough money to buy a stick of magnum at the 7e store? Ha!) :D

In 2013,
Magnum has taken another leap to opening a Magnum-theme cafe 
Their first Magnum cafe was in Siam Centre, Bangkok. 
They had a real good response hence the second in Midvalley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur.

So yesterday,
I got a chance to try out the brand new Magnum cafe opened in Midvalley.
I wasn't really sure if I wanted to tried it out as I don't really have sweet tooth.
But since I promise Jing Brother to accompany him to the outlet
I was thinking: "Why don't I give it a try?" 
;)

Without further delay,
let's hop into the Land of Ice-Cream! :D

I am happy to see there's not so much of crowd when we went there.
(I told Jing Brother if it's a long queue outside then I'll pass. )

The display, showing you how beautiful the ice-cream can be when you put some effort in it ;)


Love the simple and beautiful design of the shop.

The main point in the photo is the wall at painting. 
I guess I can make one of this in my room too. :D



The uncle in front of me must be like:
Waaa so many choice my jaw gonna drop, my saliva drooling :D

I like the lights on top of the ceiling
Looking like the dripping chocolate and I feel like licking :P

So how is the magnum cafe different from the usual Magnum ice-cream stick around the store?

Magnum cafe has customized their own very classic ice-cream stick into a beautiful yet delicious dessert. 
There's two type of orders:
The Classic, where they have already done the customize
Make My Magnum, where you can choose the dips and the toppings by your own. 



So the procedure of ordering:

First:
Decide what kind of order you want. 
The Classic is good for those who has no idea of how and which toppings are good in combination.
Make my Magnum is fun and interesting to choose if you are those adventure type ;)



Second
Order and Pay.
Grab the resit and move on to the next side at the counter

Third
Show your resit and the Waiter will do the Classic for you. 

Whereas for the "Make My Magnum", you choose your type of magnum ice-cream (vanilla or brownies)

Fourth
toppings now ;)

The topping choices. 
Pick only three of them for Make My Magnum.

Fifth:
Pick your dips
(vanilla, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate)


The waiter then put the topping on top

Sixth,
choose your top dips 
(vanilla, milk choc, or dark choc)

Then you're done! 
Enjoy your Magnum :)

We picked two order
The top one is under "Make My Magnum"
The below one is under "The Classic"-- The Super Gochi

For the Make My Magnum,
we picked brownies Magnum ice-cream,
dip in dark chocolate,
added dried chili flakes, dried mango, hazelnut and choco chips  as toppings (the waiter allow us to pick an extra since Jing Brother asked for :D) 
then at last, top with white chocolate. 
I think I will called it the "Craze Spices" :D

Happy Jing Brother :)


To my very surprise the dessert wasn't too sweet.
It has the most creative way of eating the ice-cream and it made the whole eating process funny as the topping fall out :D

The Super Gochi wasn't too much of a suprise
but the Chili-Mango "Craze Spice" was really nice!
We are really proud to say that we can Make My Magnum! :D

Last but not least,
a short video to sum up the day :)
video


All right!
That's it for this post!
I hope your guys enjoy ;)


Magnum Cafe
Location: T-023, 3rd Floor (same wing as GSC Cinemas) Mid Valley Megamall
Business hours: Sunday to Thursday (10am to 10pm), Friday & Saturday (10am to 12am, last call at 11.30pm)