Sunday, 30 March 2014

Dine @ Portico Restaurant

This was our 2nd visit to Portico, but this was the 1st time we tried out the dishes available. They have choices of Asian and also Western Cuisines which vary from rice dishes, soups, appetizers, salads, pastas, pizzas, poultry etc. Portico was claimed to be the previous i-Chef Cuisine and now have relocated to a new location nearby Civic Centre, along the way uphill to SJK Chung Hua No. 1 school. Without hesitation, let me introduce the foods we tried out.
Spaghetti Carbonara (RM14). Mixed with beef bacon and cream, the spaghetti was quite ok. Not very salty and the portion was just right as carbonara tends to cause irritation to some people with more consumption.
Potatoes Mash (RM5). Very reasonably priced. Texture was good, but tasted a bit bland. Although was stated have been mixed with cream, milk, butter and served with their black pepper sauce, I think it still need more flavorings or sauce.
Grilled Chicken Chop (RM18). Served with fries and salads, the chicken thigh was greatly grilled. Just that we prefer a heavier taste of sauce.
Aurora Chicken Chop (RM25). Topped with deep fried onion rings, pineapple ring, cheesy garlic bread and served with a side of salad, the crispy chicken cutlet was very nice to be eaten along with the 2 sauces given especially the mushroom sauce. We eventually asked for more mushroom sauce later. :D
Smoked Duck Salad (RM22). This is another recommended dish to have at Portico! Being as a salad, this was quite a huge portion. With 200g of smoked duck, this dish could satisfy and fill up a person's tummy. The salty smoked duck meat tasted great with their sweet-tasting homemade sauce.
Chicken Moscow (RM28). Rolled chicken fillet with turkey ham/beef bacon & mozarella cheese, serving along with salads and fries. It was kinda small in portion. Tasted ok, but I think Aurora Chicken Chop is more worth the value.
Done with dinner and off we went for desserts!! :D

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