Bet this is the common scenario for corporate slaves when it comes to lunch time.
In the office...
Corporate slave No.1 : 'Whereabout for lunch?'
Corporate slave No.2 : 'Err...err...what do you think?' (looking at Corporate slave No.3)Corporate slave No.3 : 'Huh???Anything lar.' (looking at Coporate slave No.4)
Corporate slave No.4 : 'Haiya, still got time, we will decide in the elevator'.
*Everyone nods their head*
In the elevator...
CS No.1: 'So where?where? Have to tell me if not where to head to?'
*CS No.2, No.3 & No.4 showing blank faces*
In the car...
CS No.1: 'Haiyor, I decide! Go thai, ok?'
CS No.2: 'I just had thai for dinner last nite.'
CS No.1: 'Then Japanese.'
CS No.3: 'I had Kampachi yesterday.'
CS No.1: 'Sandwiches @ D'lish???'
CS No.4: 'Yeee...dunwan packed food lar.'
CS No.1: 'Grr...Ask the flogger!'
Me: 'Su Chan.'
*Everyone nods their head*
To make our life easier, Su Chan comes out with a set lunch menu that offers over 15 varieties, ranging from Western, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Chinese to Malay. They even have 'munchies set' and 'on-diet set'.
For pocket burning purposes, these are some of their hi-end set lunches:
Fisherman's Wharf (RM53)
-Prawn & Mango Salad
Pasta Special (RM41)
-Wild mushroom soup
-Chicken pesto lasagne
Rack of Lamb (RM61)
-Dessert, Coffee/ Tea
Corporate Slave No.1 's pick: Ms. Saigon Special (RM 27) that came with...
Vietnamese Spring Rolls. Love this! The portion is so generous and the spring rolls were stuffed with loads of veges, omelette strips, prawns and chicken.
Vietnamese Beef Noodles
Local dessert of the day which was Pengat Pisang.
Corporate Slave No.2's choice: Laksa Delight (RM19) that came with...
Thai Laksa (but she complained that the laksa broth was not flavourful enough) and one local dessert.
I had the On Diet Set Lunch (RM13) that came with grilled chicken toasties and drinks.
Corporate Slave No.3 & 4 went Italian (RM40) that came with...
Wild Mushroom soup (yummy!)
Beef Lasagne (caution...piping hot melting cheese encased within)
The Italian set also came with a dessert, you can make your pick from the display case, featuring over 10 types of luscious cakes, brownies and tarts. I reckon that the guys are from the outerspace since they have no desire for sweetish stuff (how could they!). Nevermind, this means that the ladies get free desserts...heh heh...
Banana torte--The texture is abit hard and solid but we enjoyed the banana and walnut bits layered in between.
Emm...forgot the name of this wonderful piece of art which was packed with nuts and dried fruits.
All in all, we just love the set lunch menu, save us from scratching our heads on what to eat and not to forget, the lovely looking desserts...we will be back!