Friday, March 7, 2014

Anya Kitchen @ Southgate & The Grizzly Bear @ Paramount Garden

Visiting two no-frills, no-fuss venues for protein-packed meals, starting with Anya Kitchen at the Southgate commercial centre.

Rosemary-tinged marinated chicken burger with thigh meat, fried egg, cheese, tomatoes & cucumbers (RM12.90). The bun's a bit too mass-market, but this works well enough to satisfy a simple (read: non-hipster) burger craving.

Roast pork with noodles & egg (RM10.90). Soul food that might hit the spot for certain customers on stress-filled afternoons.

Egg emerges again for the final course, conspiring with pork bacon, basil & capsicum to create a satisfactory pizza for RM15.

Next up, The Grizzly Bear at Taman Paramount, which serves a mean range of meaty specialities spanning lamb chops to chicken chops.

The big breakfast is basic but it isn't bad; there's a plump sausage, plus a substantial omelette (more egg! it's all about the albumin for this entry) stuffed with cheese & more sausage meat, partnered with baked beans, fries, toast & a salad. RM18.

Could this feed a hungry bear? It sure left us feeling ready to head into hibernation.

Mixed juices are among the highlights here. Combine, say, lime with celery. RM8.

Anya Lifestyle Kitchen
Southgate Commercial Centre, Kuala Lumpur
Mon-Fri, 9am-10pm, Sat, 10am-6pm. Tel: 03-9226-1375

The Grizzly Bear,
5, Jalan 20/14, Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya
Mon-Sat, 11am-11pm


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11 comments:

  1. Roast pork noodles sounds good, hmm wonder if i can find roast pork here...

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    1. CK: heheh, or maybe buy some pork and try to make roast pork in your kitchen, and can enjoy it with the instant noodles =)

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    2. Crackly roast pork with Chinese buns...no frills goodness! =)

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    3. Ulric: yeah, simple but pretty satisfying :D

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  2. The rosemary tinged chicken burger looks divine!

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    1. Linda: it's a fun burger, interesting combination of ingredients :)

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  3. I think I like Anya better. That big breakfast, I've seen others a lot better elsewhere. No ham, no bacon...no, thank you.

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    1. Suituapui: oh, the grizzly bear's a no-pork outlet, so yeah, no ham and bacon :)

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  4. Hubby jus made me "breakfast" for dinner tonight. Have to say pork sausages and pork bacon is the way to go. LOL!

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    1. Baby Sumo: a bacon breakfast at 6pm sounds brilliant! :)

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