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Prestige Palace Cafe, Queensbay

Every month, my dept would organize a place for Birthday Celebration.
The last round at Japin, queensbay mall was rather expensive.
Each person got to pay about RM20+.

Whenever I pass by the road, I would be able to see the banner for set lunch RM9.90+.
I suggested this place to my colleagues since all of us have not been there.

It's a place where nobody has been to.
I can't even google it !

The set lunch came with iced lemon tea and mushroom soup first.
The drink was very small glass with lotsa ice.
Mushroom soup was a bit like pizza hut, very diluted.

Grilled Fish with salad and mashed potato.
I didnt' tasted that.

Black Pepper Chicken with fries and vege.
I didn't eat that too.
BBQ Chicken.
That was what I ordered.

Chicken was pre-cooked and the BBQ sauce was only poured later.
They prepared the food before we came, thus, it's a little bit not-too-hot.
I prefer it hot-hot. :P

The chicken reminds me of Secret recipe.
It is cooked first and gravy/sauce will be served with later.
Chicken aint that bad.

Not too bad for the price we pay. RM10.40 per person.

The birthday girls had their banana split.
It came with 3 flavours of ice cream with banana sliced and generous servings of canned fruits.
The ice cream was kinda cheapo - sorry, i still love baskins or haagen.

They gave complimentary baby cake from King's Confectionery

The boss is open for suggestions for any room for improvement.
They are friendly and very accomodating.

Cozy chair outside. But so many ppl seat d.. abit dirty.


Dragon said…
seems cheap!! u recommend this?
mei yi said…
i don.. but for a normal lunch meal is ok..
i oledi say. the food not so geng.....:P
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Helen Mont said…
This restaurant used to be only so-so, as Mei Yi said. But recently, the quality and portion deteriorated, so it is on the worse end of the scale. The owner is a bit rude - definitely not fit to be in the service industry. He often boasts of how much credentials he had, but his food speaks for itself.
meiyi said…
Hello Helen,
Thanks for dropping by my blog..
I have never visited the place after 2008, as I believe that there are many other better restaurants.
Ronnie said…
This place is still around? I have never seen any customers inside there before.

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