char siew bao: I'm hungry.
xiu long bao : Orrr...
char siew bao: Whereabout for dinner?
xiu long bao : You like lor. Watchiu wan2 eat?
char siew bao: Ermmm...I feel like having something spicy n' sour. Thai food?
xiu long bao : Dunwan la...so heaty.
char siew bao: Then indian food?
xiu long bao : yeee.....
char siew bao: Japanese food then...your all time favourite.
xiu long bao : Not this time...
char siew bao: See la...you sure turn down my suggestions one...whatchiu wanna eat then?
xiu long bao : You decide la...
char siew bao: @_@"
Luckily at that point of time we drove past Victoria Station and managed to reach consensus on trying out this self proclaimed 'house of fine steaks'.
(Note: Didn't go for the steaks however cus I 'pantang' beef.)
Complimentary bread n' butter.
I went for the Seafood Au Gratin (RM17.90)--a mix of tiny bits of seafood in creamy eggy cheesy sauce. Taste wise, I thought that it was too salty n' creamy but the presentation was interesting enough (for me to take pics from different angles).
Char Siew Bao's so-called 'Fisherman's Platter', priced at RM23.90. Obviously not worth the price cus the portion was small and the seafood were all deep fried :(
We ordered an extra serving of asparagus (RM7.90).
I had Creme Caramel for dessert. Can't complain too much cus it is only priced at RM3.90.
Day or night...weekdays or weekends...working or not working...char siew bao must have his daily dose of caffeine to keep him awake. This small glass of Vienna Coffee (RM7.90) came with a dollop of vanilla ice cream, nice n' creamy...tasted more like dessert to me.
The verdict: Char Siew Bao thought that the food was lousy, while I give Victoria the benefit of the doubt...maybe it serves superb steaks (?) Anywayz, at least the pricing are more reasonable than San Francisco Steakhouse.
Click here for map: http://www.victoriastation.com.my/images/map_mdnb.jpg
Other review: Da Wheel of Life and Happiness