EATZ @ Hong Kong: The Gardens Mall
Fancy getting yourself some Hong Kong cuisine in the heart of KL town? Introducing EATZ @ Hong Kong, recently opened at The Gardens Mall. It was opening day, and I had the opportunity to try out their first fares fresh from the kitchen as EATZ opens their very first store located on the lower ground floor of The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City. Read on below for my take on some of the dishes we tried that afternoon.
|EATZ @ Hong Kong: The Gardens Mall|
EATZ @ Hong Kong
G-240, Lower Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall, MidValley City
Phone Number: +603 – 2201 0886
Email (Enquiry): email@example.com
Operating Hours: 8.30am – 10.00pm Daily
|Welcome, and thank you|
Literally most of Hong Kong’s delicacies are on EATZ’s menu, namely the Hong Kong famous Polo Bun, Souffle, Egg Tarts, Spicy Fishballs and more! Proudly spearheaded by Head Chef Kak Noor, the kitchen churns out fresh buns and toasts straight from EATZ@HongKong’s ovens and whilst many a grilled-meats come highly recommended, meat-free dishes are available too!
|I found these Cheesy Balls nice, but a tad dry|
|Polo Bun With Truffle Scramble Egg - RM22.80|
Together with special advisor and Creative Chef Johnny Wong from Hong Kong, Chef Kak Noor’s team has worked extensively on the menu which includes the much-loved favourites like Cheese-baked Chicken Cutlet with Rice, French Toast, Curry Seafood Rice and Grilled Fish Fillet with Spaghetti, to vamped up versions of the classics like Prawn Toast, Satay Beef Rice, Polo Bun with Truffle Scrambled Egg, Milk Tea served on a bed of ice, Osmanthus Jelly and Australian Beef Striploin, to name a few.
|Do try out their Milk Tea and Coffee|
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Let’s begin our journey of some of the highlighted dishes at EATZ@Hong Kong shall we?
|Mini Abalone Dried Scallop With Egg White Fried Rice - RM 28.80|
Now here's an interesting dish, where you get these really mini abalones atop some really fragrant fried rice, fried with egg whites no less. The Mini Abalone Dried Scallop With Egg White Fried Rice were a treat. The mini abalones made up for the lack in saltiness of the rice.
|Egg Tarts - RM 3.80|
Don't miss out trying out the egg tarts at EATZ @ Hong Kong. Freshly baked, these sweet egg custards melts in your mouth, thanks to the delicate crust. Recommended.
|Spicy Fishballs Noodles - RM15.80|
Another notable dish which hit out to my tastebuds were these Spicy Fishballs Noodles. Akin to my favourite "maggi mee", the spiciness was on another level, especially when taken with the fishballs. Unassuming, but after a couple of mouthful of the noodles, the spiciness kicks in!
|Grilled Fish Fillet with Spaghetti - RM22.80|
|Curry Seafood Rice - RM26.80|
|Cheese-Baked Chicken Cutlet With Rice - RM22.80|
Fresh ingredients are key and diners can be assured that all of the sauces used are made in- house to the exacting standards of the Head Chef.
|Prawn Toast - RM17.80|
|Australian Beef Striploin - RM37.80|
|Satay Beef Rice - RM18.80|
|Desserts! Souffle - RM15.80|
Tried their Souffle, and I'm impressed! This dessert is just too fluffy, made from egg yolks and beaten egg whites, it's a satisfying end to a rather heavy meal.
|Red Bean Rice Pudding - RM7.80|
From the menu, to the wall murals done in collaboration with local mural artists, Aleff Ahmad and Ong Cai Bin, EATZ@HongKong, shares with its diners, how Hong Kong cuisine has changed through the years.
|Notice the murals on the walls?|
A walk-through of the outlet shows the journey of a transformed Hong Kong from the era of trishaws and heritage hotels to the megacity of trains and double decker buses that it is today, whilst it’s mirroring wall proudly showcases the city’s renowned delicacies right here in EATZ@HongKong.
|Hong Kong Milk Tea In Ice Bed - RM9.80|
EATZ@HongKong offers a full spectrum of dining choices, be it breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a light meal. Have you tried them out yet?