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California Pizza Kitchen, KLCC (will be moving to Fahrenheit88 by Dec 2010)

7 Nov

It has been a long time since me and my then boyfriend now hubby, checked out KLCC for dining spots, like the California Pizza Kitchen. It really  brought back  some fond memories.

Recently, we decided to go back there to dine again. And we got to know that  they’ll  are moving out to “Fahrenheit88” in 18 Nov 2010. Fortunately, we came a week earlier, else we might have just missed the old setup here in KLCC altogether.

Map Location:
Lot #140, Level 1, Suria KLCC 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, 90045
Mall is located at the Petronas Twin Towers

Contact: 03-2382 0512

Bout the food, well, we ordered soups, salad, pizza and pasta to share.

1. Two in a Bowl with Soup combination:

i. Potato Leek Soup and Dakota Smashed Pea and Barley Soup.

ii. Dakota Smashed Pea & Barley Soup and Tuscan White Bean Minestrone

Dakota Smashed Pea & Barley soup: Hearty vegetarian split pea with barley, carrots, onions and savory herbs. Garnished with chopped green onions.
Tuscan White Bean Minestrone soup: Cannellini beans, tomatoes, zucchini, spinach, onion, celery and parmesan cheese. Garnished with homemade garlic-herb croutons.

2. Moroccan Chicken Salad

Moroccan-spiced chicken breast with crisp Romaine lettuce, roasted butternut squash, Medjool dates, fresh avocado, toasted almonds, fresh beets, chopped egg, carrots, dried cranberries and red bell peppers. Tossed with our champagne vinaigrette

3. Pesto Cream Penne with Chicken (optional with Shrimp or both)

Basil pine nut pesto cream sauce, sun-dried tomatoes and Parmesan cheese.

4. California Club Pizza (that taste is awesome, looks can be deceiving)

Applewood smoked bacon, grilled chicken and Mozzarella cheese, hearth baked then topped with Roma tomatoes, chilled chopped lettuce tossed in mayonnaise and fresh sliced avocado.

(Source of food description)

Simple, yet delicious Pita Pizza

6 Oct

One day, I received a text message about a Lifestyle Exhibition, Epicure 2010. I was curious, so I told my hubby to ‘Let’s go check it out’.

When we arrived, there were counters selling items from personalized gift, kitchenware, wines, chocolates to hotel memberships and etc. But there were two counters that primarily caught our attention, one being the Mini Cooper bicycles and another counter that sell all types of cheese and gourmet products. We tasted one of the samples; sliced cheese melts on toasted pita bread. The taste, texture and combination were perfect. Then, I asked if they have fat free cheese. The sales person then presents us a pack which is close to fat free. Hence, out of curiosity, we bought the pack of cheese and a pack of whole meal pita bread.

Do place them it into the refrigerator if you don’t plan to eat them soon. And so we did. A week later, I realized the whole meal pita bread is expiring soon. Hence, the next day, I’ve decided to make some Pita Pizzas for our brunch. It’s simple, believe me. Simply check your refrigerator, for what are the ingredients that are available to mix and match onto Pita Pizza.

Let me share with you, my very own Winnie’s Pita Pizza recipe:

Wholemeal Pita Bread
Cherry tomatoes
Bacon chips

Seasoning (is freestyle, up to your preference) : Barbecue sauce, Tomato sauce (Heinz), Mayonnaise, Black pepper, etc.

1. Preheat oven of the temperature 150°C – 180°C
2. Place all the ingredients onto each Pita Pizza and put it into oven for 15mins. Check it from time to time, to make sure you don’t burn your Pita Pizza.


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