The ambience at this little cafe was really nice - air-conditioned and beautifully decorated, quiet and cozy and great place to chit chat in the midst of the meal; service was good too.
We had ...
Amok ... Steamed seafood in yellow curry paste, coconut milk, kale leaves and egg in a curry cup, RM13.90
The curry was so rich and full of flavour, and so good to eat with the plain rice ... Just think in terms of our local curry or rendang. I liked the freshness of the seafood used in the curry. If seafood isn't your thing, you can choose to have chicken and beef amok. Highly recommended.
The noodles were served in a stone bowl! I so loved the presentation! It's rice noodles, cucumber, blanched beansprouts, julienned carrots in a sweetish dressing, and garnished with minced chicken, chopped roasted peanuts and sweet basil. So when you take a mouthful, you get lots of textures and flavours ... Slippery noodles, crunchy and fresh vegetables, nutty flavour of the basil and peanuts, sweet dressing. There's a deep-fried spring roll garnishing the noodle; the spring roll was tongue-burning hot and it rocked! I'd order a plate of these crispy spring rolls to snack on should I come back here the next time.
My friend chose to order from Queen Bee Seafood which was just across from GWC ...
The rice was fluffy, the whole dish not too oily. Big portion, not bad indeed.
Overall, it was quite refreshing to eat here at GWC, a change from our local flavours.