Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Pepper Lunch, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Alright, this is something new to me. It was my first visit to this place, Pepper Lunch which can be found at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

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They are having promotion currently for the beef, chicken, curry beef, salmon and unagi pepper rice which include a drink or a soup at the stated price.

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Above menu is for pepper rice and steak.

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Combo set and Japanese classic

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Add on menu

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Dessert and beverages menu

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To enjoy your pepper rice, follow the three steps as above.

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Salmon pepper rice

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Unagi pepper rice

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After being mixed. For unagi, you got to mix it quite fast or otherwise the unagi will be overcooked and turn black.

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Salmon pepper rice after being mixed.

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This is the plate used. So delicious till I finished everything. Actually , I was very hungry. =P

Overall, this pepper rice is something now and worth to try. Most importantly, they are served hot and fresh.

Address:
1.54.00, Level 1, Pavilion KL,
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

21 comments:

Su aka YSW said...

Hey i passed by this shop almost at least once a week but never tried before because i worried that the oil smell will be lingering around us after the meal! hahaha

PurPLe LaDy said...

looks yummy. maybe i can try it when i drop by to KL... nyum2. halal rite? hehe

cr3ap said...

Looks cool, so we are frying ourselves? I mean mixing it ourselves? Sounds cool. :D

Regards from cr3ap
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ai wei said...

haven't have a chance to dine in here >_<

Tiffany said...

Mmm....The food definitely looks very nice. I should try it one of this days.

Borneo Falcon said...

Interesting. The meal come with warning sign and instruction on how to eat it

Jas said...

Hmmm its something like the stone grill beef steak rice they have in Genting. Looks irresistibly yummy! (:

KwOnG FeI said...

@Su: oil ar.. nt dat much la.. butter considered as an oil? more to melted butter..

@purple lady: yea it is halal..

@cr3ap: yup.. we DIY.. as we wish..

@ai wei: haha nt enuff high class for u ma..

@tiffany: yup.. should giv a try

@Borneo: when i first saw it, it was amazed too

@jas: yup.. i guess this one is definitely more hygienic and fresh~

jolene said...

i need to cook myself?

Ninja Coffee said...

banyak-nya photo~~

Emeryn said...

wah...so many choices!

~Live Life~ said...

Fun to mix around the food...blogger like u sure get a burnt unagi...haha...busy taking photos? =)

xox `Lyng` xox said...

i <3 pepper lunch!

my boyf and i, at times, go all the way to singapore just to have a dose of that good food. :)

now they have it in kl, i get to save my bucks travelling all the way there!

haha. and they have more choices here in kl from the pics. :)

KwOnG FeI said...

@jolene: erm.. when it is served to you, its like half cooked .. you just need to cook for another half .. and style it on ur own way.. add sauces to the amount you like..

@Ninja-coffee: biasa la.. bloggers rock!

@emeryn: yea..~

@live life: i was laughing when i saw ur comment.. how true ur word! i got scolded by my sis because of the burned unagi..

@lyng: wa.. purpsely go singapore for good food..must be a food expert then.. nvm nw u can save ur travelling money =P

kenwooi said...

yeah.. really looks delicious!
yum yum =P

kenwooi.com

Nikel Khor said...

is nice to hear pepper rice..

hungy-ing

Nikel Khor

zzkang said...

nice!!

i will go n try for sure...

Mabel Low said...

Wahh... looks really really good man! *drools
Ipoh don't have this shop T,T

vkvun said...

I try once when i visit singapore last year. Tat time, there was a long queue for this stall. Somemore got promotion where you can double your cheese if not mistaken and plus corn as well. hehe

KwOnG FeI said...

alright people, wait no more.. pavilion is very near.. go and have a try~~ =P

Charlie Chan said...

Is it really really good? I've seen it in Japan and we have it here in the Philippines, we have 3 branches, but I haven't tried to eat there though.

Well, as they say there's only one way to find out.

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