Food Foundry, SS17

A week ago, rif and I had dinner at Food Foundry, SS17. rif had the Chicken Chop while I asked for the Spaghetti Carbonara. I actually wanted fettucini but they didn’t have it that night. We were quite hungry that night so we ordered a Lasagna to share.

Chicken Chop (RM 13.90)

rif’s chicken chop was not bad. The chicken leg was well-grilled and juicy, topped with thick brown sauce and served with mash potatoes and salad. As lovely as it was, I still prefer our usual order of chicken cordon bleu.

Spaghetti Carbonara (RM 13.90)

My carbonara was alright. It was quite a substantial portion for one. I thought it lacked flavour but this was quickly fixed with generous sprinklings of parmesan cheese.

Lasagna (RM 8.90)

The lasagna was mediocre. I like the frozen-packed lasagnas from supermarkets better. We added a lot of parmesan cheese and chili flakes in it for extra ‘kick’. :P

By the time we were done with our food, we were too full to have desserts. Check out my previous post for desserts. Total bill came up to RM 39.59 after 5% tax. Pretty reasonable considering the amount of food we ordered. 

Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 8/10 (Reasonably priced food in generous portions)
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Some minor misses but it’s still one of my favourite places to dine at.

No BG-8, Happy Mansion
Jalan 17/13
46400 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03 7955 3885 / 03 7960 5881

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  1. “Generous sprinklings of parmesan cheese”? You should tell your readers that you used up the whole bottle of cheese and dried chilli. I would not call that “sprinklings”. hehe..

  2. but i think the lasagna was alright.. not too bad.. quite tasty..

  3. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    Hey…you also ate HALF of it. So don’t say I ate all….

  4. Seri Naga says:

    Food Foundry is famous for their Mille Crepe. Simply out of this world. But I think the restaurant has changed name. Not sure if it's still the same management

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