On the day we did pancakes for lunch, we headed to Gurney Drive restaurant at Terminal 3 for dinner. As you may have already guessed, they serve food supposedly from the REAL Gurney Drive in Malaysia.
Honestly, I never ever trust such claims. I believe that such adaptations are never as good as the real one and most of the time, I am right. Gurney Drive however, was a SURPRISE.
To be honest, the service wasn't great. We were standing outside for like a good 10mins with every single waiter who walked past us, ignoring us. Thanks ah. We ended up just walking in and plonked ourselves on an empty table. Even then it took quite a while before we were given the menu! I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt by saying that they're PROBABLY understaffed. So understaffed that I had to go get my own water and refilled it.
This is probably the american spelling so if anyone tells me that I spelled it wrongly again, I'll kill you. Anyway, point aside, they tried their best to replicate some 'old coffee shop' feel. Okay la not too bad.
|Prawn Noodle- 7/10|
|THE STAR DISH: Platter for 2- 8/10|
|Ngoh Hiang like dish: 7/10|
|Rojak: 7.5/10 (PERSONALLY)|
|Chendol: 5/10 (PERSONALLY)|
Non-food related pictures:
For those of you who only came for the food, you can leave now. LOL. But seriously, it's gonna be pictures of my big face and ph.
Don't say I never warn you. :D
|Me: "Give me a sad face!" O.O|