So the date comes in again, Flavert Media Lab already 2 years being incorporated :D. We’ve been incorporated since 7-11-2007. Nice date. So we did no fancy things nor parties nor trips, just a simple dinner at Chili’s KLCC with Sabau and her Missus; Sakeenah, and Art Director, Paie.
So this is what we have. But if you were looking to read my speeches for this 2nd year incorporation of Flavert, click here. ( still didn’t update it so later )
This is the starters, Kickin Jack Nachos. It’s a Nachos topped with baked cheese. Might be Mozzarella cheese that being used in Pizza making.
At first I was thinking to have Southwestern Lamb Steak but figured out that you can have steak at normal shops, I decided to switch to something mexicans. I’m having Fire Grill Jalapeno Steak Quesadillas and sabau have a chicken variant of the same quesadillas. My quesadillas is a bit spicy and there’s 10 of it, crispy quesadillas.
This is what Ms Sabau – Sakeenah have. Mushroom Jack. It was a sorta black-peppered chicken + beef with some green chilis and served with Tortillas. This is the kind of dishes that kinda leceh, because you need to put it inside tortillas on your own. I’ve tried this variant at Las Carretas, USJ.
And Paie having Spagetti Bolognaise, which he said too sour for him. I tasted it and it has a lotsa tomatoes indeed.
And all of us were totally full that we can’t have a desserts. Even I have some leftovers of it. I’m a type who, I think can say rarely, have leftovers. Instead, I’m the one cleaning for others hahah fatass. We have bottomless mango and ice lemon tea, with 2 chocolate shakes.
The good thing at Chili’s is that they state all bacons as Beef Bacon. Bacon usually port. In Malaysia, Islamic State, everything bacon that available for public will be replaced with Beef Bacon or Chicken Bacon. My friends from Singapore, Muslims, scolded me for not bringing them to have Carl’s Jr in Malaysia, where it is Halal and used Chicken Bacon, if I’m not mistaken.And it is stated at Chili’s they are Pork-Free. Layman terms = No Pork.
But still if you ask me the halal certificate of Chili’s, of course they can’t have it because they have bars serving alcoholic stuff.
For me Chili’s a great place to dine-in. The food price range is a bit expensive. Main Course starts from RM20++ Oh well this is what I call “not a monthly restaurant”