Thursday, August 18, 2011

Dinner at Mount Erskine Hainan Western Food

We decided to try out Mount Erskine Hainan Western food on 24.7.2011. Hai Nan Western Food is located at the roadside along Mount Erskine. We arrived there in the evening. What a good place for cheap and yummy western food. This place had appeared in several local TV shows.

This restaurant also visited by Axian from "Taste with Jason". A famous local TV show highlighting food finds all over Malaysia.

Hainan Western packed in the crowd during the weekends. Sometimes patrons have to stand and grab the seats. It is advisable to reach there early or after 11 p.m to avoid long wait.
The food is incharged by different cooks. Anyway, the cooks here are very efficient. They serve food at a very fast rate.
This is the place where patrons take their orders.
They serve a large variety of cheap and delicious western food, like pork chop, chicken chop and lamb chop. As for western food lovers, you can try out at this place. It is recommended.
Deep-fried fish fillet, topped with Indian style curry is a dish which dad and mom want to try out next time.
A very special and tasty dish.
After waiting for 30 minutes, our food finally arrived. Priscilla ordered chicken chop with mouth-watering gravy. The gravy was thick and flavourful. RM 7.50 for this plate. What a large portion to fill stomach.

Chicken Maryland which ordered by Lydia. It comes out to be everything very dry. RM9 for a plate. Lydia likes it very much.
Dad ordered a plate of pork chop with lots of sauces. It costs RM7.50. The portion could be considered generous. The hainanese sauce has been modified to suit the Asian palate. Their home-made sauce goes very well with the food. Well fried with crispy on the outer layer and tastes soft in the inside.

Mom ordered Fish and Chips which costs RM7.50. Here could be the right place for fish and chips cravings. It taste as good as it looks. Mom We loves the tartar sauce. Tartar sauce is a must for fish and chips.

RM2.50 for a bowl of hot creamy mushroom soup. It tastes like canned mushroom soup with added ingredients such as mushroom slices.
A slice of toasted garlic bread costs RM2.50. The garlic bread was crispy and well eaten with a little dip in the mushroom soup.

It is one of our favourite street western food place as the price wise and the taste is pretty good. All the dishes above were priced not more than RM9. We only spent a total of RM41.50 for 4 people. Really reasonable, right? We will surely visit this place again for some mouth watering local style Western food.
We decide to have a try at Fettes Park Western Food on our next trip. The restaurant is located at Tanjung Tokong, beside the Fatty Loh restaurant.

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