25 September 2010

A PRIVATE DINNER IN CAFE '57

Nowadays with the current IT technology, it is so convenient and easy to find/locate your old friends, ex colleagues, class mates and etc via Facebook (FB).

Recently, I managed to find and reconnect with my ex bosses via FB. One of them was eager to meet up for a dinner and this led us to Cafe '57, an outlet in The Federal Hotel KL, serving western food only. All food are prepared and cooked from the central kitchen in the Verandah Coffee House and delivered to this outlet.

I had worked in the hotel prior joining other industry and what a surprise, the serving staff still recognised me though they are now in their late 50's or early 60's.

The outlet was empty when we arrived for dinner. I like the ambience which is quiet, cosy and painted in soothing cream color. Pictures of our 1st Prime Minister and happenings before our Independence Day was hang on the wall.

We had a simple dinner cos' our main intention was to have a nice time chatting and catching up.





We settled down for a glass of orange juice and mixed fruit juice.


Two bowls of mushroom soup served with two roll bread + butter

The soup texture was thick enough, tasty and flavorful while the fresh and soft bun with butter gives an oomph. I should have another bowl ~.~


My set of Mixed Grill
1 Chicken sausage, a portion of roasted beef and a piece of lamb was succulent, tender and juicy perfectly blend well with pungent and aromatic black pepper sauce.
However, the pan fried chicken breast which was dried and hard.


Lamb Chop
The meat was cooked right to his expectation....



This is a nice restaurant to enjoy a private and quiet lunch or dinner. The service here is prompt with delectable food at affordable price.

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