The Pink Sage has reopened in a new location at Solaris Dutamas, a sprawling complex that is slowly but surely becoming a hub for attractive restaurants.
More spacious than The Pink Sage's old outlet in Dang Wangi. Seems somewhat spartan and half-finished, but it's nevertheless a pleasant place to linger for long meals.
Huevos Rancheros. Creamy comfort food; this traditional Mexican breakfast recipe _ which supposedly means "eggs ranch-style" _ comprises generously sliced avocado, fried eggs, beans, cheese, potatoes, tomatoes & sour cream over crisp corn tortillas.
Eggs Benedict with luscious smoked salmon. Thankfully, breakfast items are served throughout most of the day _ a boon for those of us who skip our morning meals.
Triple-stack buttermilk pancakes. Not the fluffiest in town, but still a well-prepared pleasure, with piping-hot, freshly made boysenberry sauce that wasn't sour at all.
"Duck mushroom cipolla olio" angel hair pasta. Our least favorite; the dish was drenched in oil, the pasta was a bit bland and the duck meat was leathery.
Black Angus cheeseburger. The priciest item here, costing RM38. Worth ordering if you want a thick, not-overcooked beef patty that's way better than a McD's version.