Thursday, August 28, 2008

Relax @ Brisik

Brisik - an Indonesian word which means 'noisy'. Owned by Nusmawati Yunus, it is a cafe which serves fusion food in a cozy atmosphere for people to chill and relax. (But I wonder why do you call it 'brisik' and not a word that means 'quiet' leh?

Previously checked out this place cuz we wanted to organize a party here and at the time we survey it, another group of people was having a farewell party there and the place was amazingly decorated (even though it's deco by the hosts themselves), pretty pretty balloons, photos along the stairway (cuz it was a farewell), dim candle lit along the way, colourful curtains matches the cozy ambience of the restaurant. Magnifique. I pretty much fell in love with the place at first sight.

So last week me and my friends thought of having dinner there, to try out the food. Sigh, it's been raining a lot nowadays, so we took some time to reach Jaya One as it was bumper to bumper everywhere, and my stomach was drumming!

Everything looks yummy! That's the tough part. Too much to choose, too little space! Sigh. The price is not very expensive. Cheaper than secret recipe.

Refillable 'organic tea' (RM4) (Looks like shuet char right? ;p)

Teh Tarik

Bushell Coffee that looks more like milk tea (swt)

Nasi Brisik - Comes with fried fish, sambal, ulam, tempeh, vege, some dunno what and pumpkin rice.

Ta daa, open up the tall triangle and here is the rice. But kinda tasteless though. (Healthy I assume, cough cough!)

Chiangmai Tom Yam Soup (RM14) - Not as big portion as I expected. Not cheap leh. With seafood, chicken and LOTS OF chili padi (that's what they wrote in the menu!!) It's quite spicy la.

Nasi Goreng Kampung (RM8) - quite nice

One of their specialty - Green Curry Laksa - it's quite creamy, my friend said it's spicy but I can't taste any spiciness.

Overall the food is good. The ambience is perfect. There's this 8 pax 'room' at the corner which is really nice. Very efficient cooking from the kitchen, however service staff kinda disappointing. All of the staff I saw were Malay speaking staff, and their service speed and attitude needs training. Our bill come to RM20 per person.

Brisik is located on the upper floor above Secret Recipe. The indoor area is perfect for small gathering, and I was told that we can do barbeque at the outdoor area. Pax number is limited though. 40 - 50 pax per area.

I'll definitely be back again. To try their Western menu. Looks nice on the menu. Tee hee.

Palm Square, Jaya One,
72, Jalan Universiti, Seksyen 13,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Opening Hours - 7am - 12am

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