We walked past a new restaurant Bumbu Desa @ the Curve and decided to give it a try. This restaurant serves indonesian cuisine.
The concept is a little different from the others. We were sitted for more than 5 minutes and yet nobody served us. No menu...no nothing. We observed what the other customers did and do exactly the same. That is to walk to the counter, where they display all their food ( like in the pasar malam). This is funny, they should at least put a "self- service" sign somewhere.
All photos are taken using iphone...
We would love to try some new stuffs...those names that we have not heard before, but the appearance.....erm......not so appetizing...so we are good for those more well-presented, rather than well-named (or weird name or whatever...).
This is P. Kornet ( RM4.90). This is like fried mash potato...it is a little too salty for me.
Ayam Panggang (RM 8.90)
Rendang Daging ( RM8.90)....too salty
Gulai Daun singk (RM 4.90)
Sambal 3..... forgotten to snap...too spicy....D thought i have transformed into a goldfish...with my mouth opening and closing...gasping for air....
There are 3 types of sambal on the display table..., in which we thought it is free, but it is not. They charged 2.50 for it. I think, they really should put the price there, right below the name.
This is SURELY our last time... i'm sorry...but it is way too expensive for a normal indon- style economy rice. Moreover, they are just too salty.....and the service is bad. Prolly because mainly they are all from indon....so, they are afraid to communicate??...Then why the hell the boss hire all Indons in the restaurant?? How would i know it is a pasar malam self service style in a well decorated restaurant?? Erghh...