Sunday, November 14, 2010

City Golf

Tucked in an obscure corner of BSC's top floor, this isn't merely an "indoor golf venue" for practicing your swing. It's also a worthwhile place to have dinner if you crave more privacy than what the crowded restaurants on the lower levels offer.

There's a limited menu, with food from the kitchens of La Bodega and The Pressroom. Booze is available, except for cocktails.

Pizza topped with egg, spinach & onions. Tasted almost healthy, thanks to the generous serving of spinach. The crust was crisp and thin, while the egg yolk was perfectly runny.

Potatoes, carrots, eggs & tuna in mayonnaise. Skip this; it almost seemed like something straight out of a can. Kinda cat food-ish, in a way.

Lamb meatballs in brandy sauce. A piping-hot pleasure, tender and not too gamy.




City Golf,
Bangsar Shopping Centre.
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16 comments:

  1. This place must be a spin off from City Golf in OUB Towers in Singapore

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  2. I'm surprised there was only one runny egg yolk on the pizza and not, say, six... ;)

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  3. then why do they call it city golf?! food presentation aren't that impressive.

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  4. pizza that was almost healthy.. but not! Too bad no home delivery! perfect for this wet weather, with a glass of red wine! woohoo!

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  5. Michelle: preferable to dog food though, rite? Heheh
    Lifestyle design: hmmm, sorry, no idea about that. Not a golf buff :D
    Lfb: no customization here! Anyways, which lunatic eats six eggs in one sitting? *beams beatifically*
    Eiling: oh they do have those indoor golf simulation facilities here. Never tried them before though :D
    Ciki: my sentiments exactly! Though I ordered both red AND white wine, heheh

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  6. This particular beatifically beaming customer must have balked at the lack of customization options. Lol.

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  7. lfb: well, when i open my own restaurant, there'll be no customization either. any all-day-breakfast platters will come with six fried eggs, no less! :P

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  8. What will you call that most egg-citing dish? Half A Dozen of Sean's Finest? :D

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  9. Lfb: the egg-ony & the eggs-tasy? Why are u egging me on?? :D

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  10. lfb: perhaps we should eggs-terminate this thread, heheh :D

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  11. Consider it egg-nobly eggs-terminated. :P

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  12. lfb: hmmm, seems like reports of its demise have been grossly eggs-aggerated :D

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  13. Actually, this was the first City Golf, then the branch opened up in Singapore. The food is a partnership with La Bodega as the main business of City Golf are the indoor golf simulators. A great place to learn to play golf for beginners!

    :-)

    Gallivanter
    www.danielfranklingomez.com

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  14. Gallivanter: tnx for the info! I've never swung a golf club before, so I definitely qualify as a beginner, heheh :D

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