We planned to leave KL for Ipoh very early in the morning today but as expected, work cropped up and hubs had to settle some work at his office. So we had to drop our plan of having good old Ipoh hawkers food at Kwong Heng. Instead we went to Publika @ Solaris Dutamas to have lunch before our journey to Ipoh.
Hubs brought us to Namoo On The Park. This restaurant serves Korean fusion cuisine with an interesting Tex-Mex influence.
The first dish that came was Bibimbab Hot Stone Beef Rice with kimchi. For someone who does not fancy eating rice, I could not resist trying out this very flavorful rice served in hot stone bowl. It was pretty spicy and the girls were gulping down cups of water after each spoonful or rice.
The Namoo Galbi Beef Ribs were scrumptious – very enjoyable to the last bite and bone licking good too – justifiable for a RM53.90 price tag.
Carbonara pasta with raw alfalfa sprouts for the kids
Beef rice burger. The rice burger was firm, sticky and dense and does not break up easily. It was chewable with a nice texture and way better than eating wheat flour buns. The burger was flavorful and served with some salad and french fries as accompaniments.
Red Velvet cake with butter cream.
Namoo On The Park is located next to one of the cleanest and coolest playgrounds I have seen in KL. It reminds me of the park at Marina Cove in Singapore – check this out…
My odd ball no.2 gave me another eye-rolling moment when she wore her thick GAP jacket to play in the park under a 36 Degrees C sweltering heat!! She got scalded by some hot acid spewing out from my mouth when she refused to remove the jacket! My terrible tween, who sometimes makes me feel like she is a twin of the devil!
After our lunch at Namoo, hubs dragged us all to Whimsical opposite Namoo to have some really whimsical desserts like nasi lemak ice cream (yes you read it right – nasi lemak in ice cream!) and cotton candy Affocado! Stay tuned to catch the pix!
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