My first outing to Look Out Point was almost a year ago. We went there to celebrate Ryan and Melon’s birthday but found the place packing with people trying to get a good glimpse of the KL night scene while finding a place to sit is like finding a needle in a haystack. So it’s really not that enjoyable the first time around.
We decided to pay a visit again today with the hope that this time around there will be less people. So we head over for dinner and started our journey at 6pm. When we reached there, to our surprise everything changed since a year ago. You won’t get to park anywhere you like by the trunk road side, and you have to pay a parking fee of RM2 just to get in to that area. We were greeted by a foggy dusk picture of KL skyline.
So off we go to a nearby restaurant and start ordering our food. I was surprised that they don’t serve chicken in the restaurant. How can a western food don’t serve chicken? Looks like they are trying to limit the choices for their customer. So I end up ordering steak, May ordered lamb while Jasmin ordered Fish n Chips.
We continued snapping pictures while waiting for our food. Do you know that the sun sets about 730-ish in KL? The turn-around time for the food is quite fast. I wished that the food is good though but I think I cooked better lamb chop & fish n chips. And even Old Town “Xi Mutt” Tea is better than this…
Pictures can be deceiving when you are using macro mode. I can assured you that my cooking is better. For reservations of my cooking, drop me a comment and I will set up a date to cook for you.
As dusk turn to night, I was busy snapping pictures of the beautiful KL night scene but was disappointed that my hand is very shaky and the picture is either too far or too blur. Then again, if you really have nothing to do and wanted to have western food with a romantic view, then Look Out Point is definitely a good place to drop by.