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Lunch at Hard Rock Cafe, Penang

Lemonade vs Iced tea.
I prefer Lemonade.

Just some random food

Jumbo Combo
A delectable array of our most popular starters that’s big enough to share. Includes Santa Fe
Spring Rolls, Hickory-Smoked Chicken Wings, Onion Rings, Potato Skins and Tupelo Chicken
Tenders. Served with four different sauces for mixing and matching

My opinion: The wings were good... others are so-so..


Spring rolls and onion rings
I think it was Lamb burger/sandwich and it was SO difficult to digest them..
and one of the coleslaw tasted like my mom's DISHWASHING ENZYME!

Twisted Mac, Chicken & Cheese
A grilled chicken breast tops off twisted Cavatappi pasta tossed in a lightly spiced 3-cheese sauce, with garlic, roasted red peppers and Romano parsley bread crumbs. Served with a side of garlic toast.

My opinion: Almost like Kenny roger's except that they have nice bread crumbs.



Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae
Vanilla ice cream and hot fudge on a fresh brownie, topped with chopped walnuts, chocolate sprinkles, fresh whipped cream and a cherry.

--> My favourite

After finishing the combo...... i saw something interesting. .:)
And not forgetting the comment card.
I requested the waiter to give me one and I wrote feedbacks about the services ( I didn't like one of theirs) and SUBMITTED to the reception :D

And not forgetting - I still dont' understand why they dont' serve ICED water and we are supposed to BUY their bottled water.

Comments

Nitin said…
ammaaaaazing!! woo hoo.. that is soo much food on that table it could keep me alive for a week. either you have the most amazing metabolism ever, or that i have a really bad one.. wow! =P~
meiyi said…
:s
it was shared among my friends..
i didn't eat everything.
nai said…
so exclusive...
fIbI YY said…
the ice cream look nice :)
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meiyi said…
fIbI YY: how was your HRH visit?
fIbI YY said…
i was attracted with the swimming pool,very nice place :)

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