Thursday, November 15, 2007

Revisiting Groove Junction, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur


Button Mushrooms (RM10++)

It has been a while since we dined at
Groove Junction hence one late night we decided to drop by for dinner. We were actually keen to try the items we had sampled the last time and also taste the Arirang which was one of the dishes highly recommended. However we discovered they had recently changed their menu in October which now features Spanish tapas dishes.


Delicious Fried Cheese (RM15++)

We ordered just a two tapas dishes since it was so late - the fried button mushrooms in olive oil and the fried cheese. I've always loved mushrooms so this was yummy which came with lots of sauce. We were given slices of bread which was great to mop up the tasty juices. When I saw the fried cheese on the menu, I knew we had to order it. Bite into the deep fried cheese and it reveals a lovely gooey melted center. It tasted so good tossed in the lemon and honey sauce which made it less rich. Thumbs up to this item as it was definitely better than the one I ate at
Vintry and the Banquet.


Angel Hair Alio (RM20++)

We also ordered a pasta to share - a nice and lightly tossed angelhair pasta with olive oil and garlic which was served with prawns. They had added dried red chilies for extra flavour too.

Overall, it was a satisfying light dinner for the night and we were also well entertained as it was Bossa Nova night with Cheong.

Groove Junction
1-1, Jalan 22A/70A
Desa Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur

Tel No: 03 - 6201 8990

(Pork Free. Closed on Sundays. Open from 6pm onwards.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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10 comments:

Lyrical Lemongrass said...

Does Ellena still do the cooking? I'd certainly like to try the new stuff on the menu. I guess u gotta have more ppl to enjoy the tapas menu. Let's organise a sistas session there. :-)

Nic (KHKL) said...

tried the mushroom before...yupe, the sauce goes well with the baguette...haven't tried the lamb chop you recommended last time though :>

jasmine said...

I've been meaning to try this place for quite a while now... really must get going.

adrian said...

2nd of your visit mean this place is not bad. At least will makes u go back again.

New Kid on the Blog said...

the angel hair looks good.

daphne said...

nice. Deep fried cheese... mmmm....and the angle hair alio looks fantastic... doesn't look too oily. =)

LilDopey said...

whoa. deep fried cheese. the angel hair olio looks fantastic too!
btw have any of you been to Village Park DU for breakfast?

link: http://zaraingenue.blogspot.com/2007/11/sundays-breakfast-du-and-home-delivery.html


rgds,

Jun said...

wat sorta cheese did they use for the fried cheese?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

i had a beer there once..not much of a food review haha..need to go try the food there after the hype..n listen to some good music..

boo_licious said...

lyrical lemongrass - no, another person does the cooking now. hee hee, yeah we can eat here till late since they are open till the wee hours but remember no carrot cake though.

Nic - Lamb chop no longer on the menu I think. Sniff!

jasmine - good place to chill out.

Adrian - the food is pretty good here so give it a try.

New Kid on The blog - not bad the angelhair as not oily.

daphne - the deep fried cheese is so yummy!

lildopey - thxs for the link! Yup, eaten at Village Park a few times. Yummy food.

Jun - I think goat's cheese, not sure.

Joe - u can go one day while waiting for someone?

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