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Lunch date with Eld's

My facebook newsfeed has been blinking too many times on Eld's 22 Pasta & Grill Gurney Paragon reviews. So, here I am... trying their set lunch :)

 Set lunch menu from Rm15+ onwards


Soup of the day - broccoli soup - cant find the broccoli but it is tasty... a little tomato-sourish taste.
I chose coffee as the drink, but you can have the option to choose cordial too, or even add RM4 for real fruit juice.


Roast chicken + mashed potato
Not exactly a very big piece of chicken, but the roast chicken is not too bad. 
It was at least quite well marinated.


Saba Fish + Mashed Potato
It comes with lemon and soya sauce. The fish was really nice, just like those you get at Japanese sushi bars/restaurant.

Overall, it's really not too bad on  weekend for the price of RM15+ in a mall. The place is very packed during lunch hours that I had to wait a while to be seated. Most waiters/waitresses are busy, thus it took a little while to get our orders and food to be served.



Lastly, dessert!
Mango sorbet topped with half piece of Oreo cookie and chocolate cake (tasted like kek batik, except that it was chocolate + nuts , not milo + marie biscuits)
It really completed my meal. Tummy was full after the dessert.

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