Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Khaz Corner @Rimba

It was a 'langkah kanan' for CQ and family when we were invited to Khaz Corner in the Rimba neighbourhood for yet another feasty and delish sungkai.

The interior deco and ambience was cool enough though space was quite limited. Nevertheless, the spreads of home-cook-like dishes served were more important yeah ...huhu.

Among the dishes served were black pepper beef, chicken curry, sambal prawn, sate, assortments of Malay kueh-kueh, steamed corns, ulam-ulam and ooh there's an ambuyat corner too.

To quench your thirsty throats, coconut juice, punch drinks and hot teh tarik were served.



CQ's plate =)

CQ's plate of kueh-kueh.

CQ noticed that small plates and bowls were provided. This is like a 'one portion' serving. CQ liked the idea as it allows diners to gauge their food takings according to what can be eaten. Diners can have their second helpings ...so long they do finish up what have been taken. Do not waste.

CQ's all time favorite - the rojak. CQ had two helpings of it =) nyamann ehh

Khaz Corner ...a place CQ recommends for homey kind of sungkai. Khaz Corner has a branch outlet in Sengkurong too.

1 comment:

Daniel Foo said...

Hey Ciliqueen, the food looks gorgeous :D Yummy!