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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Li Jin Chinese Fusion Cuisine @ Pavillion Kuala Lumpur

The word fusion is so commonly used nowadays. Seems like there are fusion food everywhere, just like the word "Plasma" everywhere and everything also plasma. What's the exact meaning of fusion food actually?

Fusion cuisine combines elements of various culinary traditions, a food/cooking combining usually widely differing ethnic or regional ingredients, styles or techniques. The term generally refers to the innovations in many contemporary restaurant cuisines since 1970s.

It's a public holiday, as usual nothing to do, a day to go for window shopping. Went to Pavilion again........hahahahaha and had my dinner there. So which restaurant we chosed this round?

Li Jin Chinese Fusion Cuisine @ Pavilion

Jasmine Flower Tea @ RM 9.80, tidbits was served when we sat in to dine

Chicken Soup with scallops and vegetables @ RM 12.00- for 1 person portion- Can Pick!

2 BBQ Combination @ RM 25.00- Bad Pick!

Fried Asparagus with Prawns @ RM 30- Good Pick!

Claypot pork sliced & salted fish @ RM 18.00- Not so good pick!

Total meal @ RM 112.00- Overall not so good pick!

This is what we called Chinese fusion food huh....I don't see any difference, perhaps my knowledge is too little to comment on this. About their food, except for the soup and their fried asparagus, the others were not as what I have expected. Look at the BBQ pork and the roast chicken.....does it look attractive and taste good to you? Definitely not for me!

The empty dining at table at this restaurant should have serves us as a warning. Anyway, we are paying for the environment and not the food. Another restaurant which spent so much on renovations and decorations and totally neglected the quality of their food.

Service wise, upon entering their restaurants, there are 3-4 waiters/waitresses coming to your table and serve you and repeatedly mentioning about their promotions on Peking Duck @ RM 28.80 and Buddha Jumps Over The Wall @ RM 58.80 which we are not interested with it at all. So we asked them to recommend a few dishes to us and they only knows more about seafood servings and other than that, none of them is familiar with their own menu at all. And we have to ask so many times for the white rice! Oh dear~~~

Besides that, I feel a little bit awkward as when we are dining, the waiters and waitresses were rounding our dining table, looking at us and once we take the last piece of meat or vegetable from the plate, their hand is already there to take the plate away. Stop looking at me!!! I wanna enjoy my not so nice food lah!~ Is this consider a good service or ???? Hahahahaha..........Any comments?

Consumers are funny, and I am one of them I guess! When no one is there to serve you, you make a lots of noise, when there is someone there who serves you, you don't like it! But this is different, few people were serving and yet they can't give us the rice and be more polite. The way they serve you like as if you owe them money!

Li Jin Chinese Fusion Cuisine
Lot 6.39, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2148 7366, 03-2141 9366
Fax: 03-2148 6366


Shear Xxposure Hair Art said...

all no so good...

Lushia said...

eh...want to give comment, give a proper comment lar...hahahaha...

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need nt comment :)