Some remnants from the Dec 08 Melaka stash ….
Drinks were served almost immediately, though no sky juice/warm water/plain water was in sight. It’ll do wonders had they served a glass of warm water while the patrons are pondering and browsing through the menu, given the sweltering heat outside. That’s but a suggestion.
4 BIG pieces of Quesadillas, using the same tortilla wrapping I presume but toasted, filled with tender roasted chicken meat, melted cheese, chopped onions and scallions, and served with sour cream and ketchup for additional flavour. I’m a sucker for anything with cheese and sour cream, and was mesmerized by the burst of flavours. Thumbs up, as I doubt one can find quesadillas as good as these in Ipoh.
Mac & Cheese
From the list of side dishes available (a staggering 20 or so choices!) I picked the Mexican rice (without knowing that KYT and MrZ’s dishes had them as well) and Mac & Cheese. The macaroni with cheese was a little too much to stomach, too rich & creamy. On its own, it manages to hold its pride, but the pasta was a little soggy, not as al dente as expected.
TallGal picked the cheese burger, with chicken patty. Their burgers are still small, sadly. But, one major plus point is that, their patties are homemade, NOT those from the supermarket. Amnesiac me forgot about the buns though, as previously I abhorred their generic dry and tasteless buns from the freezer. TallGal, kindly advise here!
Address & Contact Number :
DAVID’S DINER (HALAL)
B-G-1, Ground Floor,
Jalan Dato Seri Ahmad Said,
Telephone : 605-242 5733
They also provide American catering services.
Opens daily from 12pm until 10.30pm.
Btw, it’s another public holiday in Perak today. Envious? =P
I can’t sing praises for the greens, can’t I? But the portion’s definitely scary. HUGE pile of greens sufficient to feed a cow. Or ox, being the auspicious animal of the NIU year!
Continuation from my Capati and Mee Rebus post, here’s some Thai food for a change, if you’re wondering what else to eat in Ipoh, aside from the street food and Chinese ‘dai chow’ restaurants.
For those celebrating the festive season, I highly doubt any has yet to ‘Lou Sang’, or stuffed their faces full with either extravagant (read : exorbitant) Chinese dishes at the restaurants, homecooked fare, or even hawker food (prices a tad inflated, no less).
Location : Mee Rebus Ramli @ 767, Taman Tasek Jaya, Jalan Kuala Kangsar, 31400 Ipoh, Perak. Tel No : 605-547 2026. Opens daily from morning til night. Got MAP !!!
Or I can be delusional. But still, one can be hopeful, ya? ……
Sambal Squid Rice (RM5)