Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Mulberry @ Ming Annexe


Returning to Mulberry, where we leave no leaf unturned in hopes of reviving our salad days.
Earlier entry on Mulberry: April 23, 2012.


Roast beetroot, feta, buffalo mozzarella, pomelo, asparagus, walnuts and honey lime dressing. Crisp? Check. Tangy? Totally. Satisfying? So.


Nicoise salad, with peppered white tuna, baby potatoes, baby beans, olives, tomatoes and honey mustard mayo. Always terrific to taste a well-executed rendition of this classic.


Sabine salad _ smoked chicken, cous cous, romaine hearts, tomatoes, cucumber and coriander. Could probably be more flavorsome, but it feels like a healthy pick.


Avocado, tomatoes, sweet basil pesto and balsamic glaze. Would be even better with some soft cheese to impart a little creaminess.


A melange of mushrooms, tossed with arugula, semi-dried tomatoes, asparagus, bresse bleu cheese dressing and garlic croutons. Prettily plated.


Dr S (vodka, lemon juice, lime juice, blue curacao, tonic) and Frozen Margarita.


B52 (kahlua, baileys, grand marnier) and Singapore Sling.


Pina Colada and Long Island Iced Tea.






Mulberry Restaurant and Bar,
Ming Annexe (off Ming Building, near Jalan Bukit Nanas),
9, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Closed weekends.

36 comments:

  1. eh, going vegetarian ka? ;p

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    1. Whoisnell: heheh, trying to learn to enjoy veggies. especially raw ones :D

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  2. Whoa! Lots of greenery there =)

    Place seems a bit quiet though...

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    1. Ulric: oh ya, it seems to be very quiet in the evenings. i walked by for lunch and it was packed in the afternoon though, with office workers :D

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  3. OMG..so much greens! Detox ar?? :P

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    1. Rebecca: i should actually detox! been having too much meat recently =)

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  4. That's a very green meal. No meat with this? Or perhaps you grabbed some meat elsewhere before this meal:P

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    1. Missyblurkit: you're right! there was another meal that evening, and that meal contained meat, heh :D

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  5. I am still trying to think where ming building is. it just sounds so darn familiar!

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    1. Michelle: it's in the city, not far from bukit nanas. but it's not well-known =)

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  6. HAHA was tricked AGAIN into thinking that you went to the handbag store!! :P The avo salad looks so yummy! perhaps... even yummier with bocconcini??

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    1. hahahaha... me too. I have no idea where is Ming Annexe.

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    2. Vien: heh, i've not entered a handbag store in years. hopefully i'll never have to ever again! :D you're right, bocconcini or anything that's basically mozzarella would go well with that avocado salad :D

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    3. Smitten by Food: oooh, it's only a 10-minute drive from KLCC on a good day :D

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  7. These salads remind me of that Russian restaurant....
    But I think the salads here better, right? :P

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    1. CK: heheh, i think the russian restaurant is still alive! :D ya, the salads here are nicer. more suitable for our taste buds =)

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  8. Salads? Mr. Carnivore Yoong? :P

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    1. Kenny: i'm an omnivore! :D

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  9. Salads and drinks? The healthy to balance the unhealthy? =D

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    1. Drops of Contentment: exactly! can't lean too far in either direction :D

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  10. You don't really strike me as a salad person. I just had a yummy goat's cheese salad yesterday made by a gorgeous chef :)

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    1. Baby Sumo: i actually enjoy salads, but i like to try different varieties, so i usually just skip them if they're just caesar salads :D oooh, goat's cheese is something that scares me sometimes, since its flavor is so strong, but i guess it was balanced out in the salad with the other ingredients :D

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  11. Salads look fab. Hope to try this spot.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, i think they could still tinker with these salads to improve the recipes, but they're definitely respectable :D

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    1. Bangsar-Babe: green is good! (and nope, i'm not referring to the hulk. heh) :D

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  13. as everyone say...
    a green post? and the salad looks good and fresh...
    I love to eat salad too...

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    1. Simple Person: we should all try to eat more salads, i guess! i think i'll try to have salads for dinner today also :D

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    2. salad for dinner?
      hmm with wagyu beef as a topping?
      anyway it is good just taking salad......
      I tried to be vegetarian on the 1st and 15th of chinese calendar but always forget..

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    3. Simple Person: oh, i ended up not having any salads at all for dinner! hmmm, maybe tomorrow. a wagyu beef salad sounds nice, heh =) i guess it also takes discipline to eat only vegetables for two days every month. i don't think i have that amount of discipline =)

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  14. Wow.. Salad, salad and salad!! You should come to Sydney, plenty of greens here! Hehe :)

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    1. Iamthewitch: i'd definitely like to have a sydney salad! :D

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  15. so much greens. I thought it was some vegetarian restaurant until I saw smoked chicken. haha

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    1. Eiling: ooh it's been a very long time since i last stepped into a vegetarian restaurant :D

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  16. Wow, such a healthy healthy meal! Do they have any salad featuring mulberries? :-P

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    1. Pureglutton: that's an interesting idea! nope, no mulberry salads here, unfortunately. hopefully they'll consider it in future =)

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