Friday, June 27, 2008

Lisa Spaghetti at SS15, Subang Jaya

It was truly a blessing that the two superheroes finally managed to fly over to "the other side" of PJ for a meeting. As we usually tend to find ourselves hovering towards to the KL area for foodie, it's really a fresh change to be exploring the PJ side instead in the hope to search for some affordable yet delicious foodie! Haha. :p

After our meeting at Metropolitan's College, we drove around the area to see if we could spot any good place for a yummy yummy lunch. We know that Asia Cafe is nearby the area, but since we wanted to sample something new, maybe next time eh! Haha. But as we were driving near a corner, we spotted a familiar signage that read...



"Lisa Spaghetti". That name certainly looks and sounds awfully familiar! Haha.

And suddenly I remembered that KY had reviewed this cosy little restaurant, which is rather strategically tucked in the other corner of the stretch of shoplots on the same row as Asia Cafe. Best of all, it's located just right opposite Taylor's College! Even if you're not familiar with this area, I can assure you that it's really hard to miss Lisa Spaghetti. *grins*




We were there slightly earlier than the usual lunch hour, so I suppose there isn't really much to the crowd then. We sat and was attended to immediately and we were given the menu to browse at. A quick look reveals that possibly none of the foodie here is priced more than RM15, if we're not mistaken. Most would go below RM10!

OMG. We love cheap food! Haha. But what about its quality then? Superhero W's Hot Plate Princess, priced at RM8.80 arrived first...




Superhero S' Fried Butter Rice with Egg, priced at RM5.30 arrived soonafter...



The portion for the hot plate is pretty generous, and the spaghetti in the hot plate sure looks delicious! There are 6 halves of the cocktail sausages, and a small piece of chicken meat dipped in black pepper. This is absolutely a value for your money! Simple presentation, simple meal... yet very tasty. And what's best, it tastes even better when it's light on the pockets! Haha. :p





The Fried Butter Rice was also superb. Even though the butter taste was rather distant, this is a really decent plate of "chinese fried rice" mixed with some small bits of chicken ham and LOTS of egg! No kidding. Every single bite, you can taste the eggy in your mouth. There's even a small dash of chilli flakes at the side of the plate to complement the meal. OH! *drools*




For drinks, Superhero S ordered Fresh Orange Juice, priced at RM3.80 while Superhero W decided to get high with Coke, priced at RM1.80.



The Orange Juice is simply very very fresh and I love for the fact that it's really extracted from the fruit itself and not just some concoction! Quality indeed.

All in all, this meal came close to RM20, but we left the restaurant feeling full and contented indeed. It's always such a happy occasion having to discover delicious foodie with a small price tag in a new area. I'm pretty certain that we'll definitely drop by Lisa Spaghetti whenever we're in the area again! :p

7 comments:

KY said...

ooO I'm glad you like this place too! :)


Paris said...

I remember that Lisa Spagetti used to have a stall in the Giant Food Court in USJ. Don't know if they are still there coz I've moved out of the area. ~ www.haveyoueaten.net ~


twosuperheroes said...

Haha...yes, KY. All thanks to your great recommendation! Really love the foodie there! :p

Hey paris! Erm, well..we're not familiar with that area too. Perhaps they've shifted to this current location? Hmm...


sugarbaby said...

this restaurant is situated in subang jaya, in front of taylor's school...is it tht one?


twosuperheroes said...

Yeah, sugarbaby! Just right opposite...shouldn't be difficult to find. :p


jelly said...

the hotplate looks so cheap and good for the price of rm8.80.


twosuperheroes said...

Yeah, jelly! The hotplate princess is really worth it! Quite a big portion too... Haha.. You should try it and tell us what you think! Haha. :p