Western

Victoria Station @ Medan Damansara

May 5, 2011

When it comes to western food, we can’t stray very far from the 2 big boys that have existed for as long as I can remember.

There’s the Ship, and also the Train, I mean Victoria Station. Both have similar type of dishes, one with the setup of inside a ship while the other a train. And a few weeks back, we head over to this Station for a special treat from May.

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The setting with lots of photos of trains old and new.

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Having the luxury to choose to sit at the station or inside the train.

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Boston Lobster Promotion for RM17.90/100gm. Normally it’s RM19.90.

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The staff catching a lobster for May’s dad.

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The 900gm lobster presented to us, before it’s sent to the kitchen.

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Like all restaurant, bun is served before the main course along with SCS butter. However, I do find the bun similar to those that can be found in Giant.

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Garlic Baked Escargot and Cheese Baked Scallop. The escargot is not as good as the one at The Ship though.

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Kayden, just like his mom is a big fan of soup. So we ordered the Chicken Vegetable Soup for him and Chicken Tomyam Soup for myself. I find the Tomyam soup lacked the umph in the taste.

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May ordered the Grilled Salmon and Chicken. Simple but delicious.

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I ordered the BBQ Spring Chicken. While the chicken is alright, I find that the BBQ sauce is a bit too sour to my liking.

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May’s mom ordered the Grilled Chicken. Nothing much to comment as it’s pretty standard.

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The highlight of the day, Boston Lobster, half in cheese bake and the other garlic bake.

Overall, I would say dinner is ok but I know now that for my fix on escargot, I will surely select the Ship more than Victoria Station. The bill came out to about RM400+, where a large chunk is contributed by the lobster from Boston.

For those of you who wants a different feel and eating in a train, visit www.victoriastation.com.my.

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