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Old Jun 9, 15, 6:59 am #61
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Had the nasi lemak going to/from Auckland..and it was disappointing.

This is not real nasi lemak..regardless if it's made by Bhramin or not...

You can't serve this for breakfast...might as well serve nasi rendang with chicken or beef...that would be far better...
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Old Jun 11, 15, 2:40 am #62

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I flew in J from PVG to CGk and DPS to PVG. I used the chef on call on PVG-KUL and KUL-PVG legs. The process to book chef on call deserves its own thread as the website is always down. I managed to make the booking 2 minutes before the deadline when finally Enrich agent pick up my phone call.

Anywho, from PVG to KUL, satay was served and it was very nice. J class was not full so the flight attendants went around for the second serving ;-) for the main, i chose beef steak. The beef was cooked just how i like it, still pink and juicy in the middle. The sauce was also good. However, the mash potato and the vegetable were a complete let down. the mash potato was dry and taste more like high school cafeteria food and the vegetables were soggy, mushy, and bland.

On the KUL-PVG, I had the nasi lemak. Indeed the portion was very small and I only had 2 tiny prawns (if you can call that prawns as it was so small...). I think after three spoonful of nasi, it was gone. But the taste was quite acceptable. I could feel the kick from the sambal.
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Old Jun 11, 15, 6:35 am #63

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any feedback on this dish? Looking at it as an EX-SYD option next month.
It was decent, though the highlight belonged to The Satay (TM).
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Old Nov 24, 15, 9:07 pm #64

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Anyone tried the Lamb Shank. I am choosing that for KUL-NRT. Usually hard to get it wrong.
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Old Sep 6, 17, 5:47 pm #65

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Breakfast on my last MEL-KUL was far from disappointing:

Starters
Health Drink

Fruit Juice

Fresh Fruits
Cornflakes
With your choice of fresh or low fat milk
Bakery Selection

Main Course
Mushroom Omelette

Mixed Grill (Chef's Recommendation ... which I had - and very nice it was!!)

Nasi Lemak (which I'll probably try this time)

Hot Cakes
Regards,

BD
It seems the hot breakfast has gone on MH140 and MH123. Does any one know why?
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Old Sep 8, 17, 4:33 am #66
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Anyone tried the Lamb Shank. I am choosing that for KUL-NRT. Usually hard to get it wrong.
Some people love it, and other's (me included) do not like it. They could have replaced it/introduced something else new instead for a change.
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Old Oct 15, 17, 10:36 pm #67

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Was on MH123 (KUL - SYD overnight flight). Tried cref on call. Very easy to pre order via email and went for the lamb shank.
However I didn't know I was pre ordering breakfast rather than dinner... Tried swapping it in the morning for a more normal breakfast but apparently all other breakfast offerings were taken by the other passengers. The lamb shank was very nice and I would choose it again for a day flight - but maybe not the lightest breakfast!
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Old Oct 17, 17, 4:42 pm #68

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Was on MH123 (KUL - SYD overnight flight). Tried cref on call. Very easy to pre order via email and went for the lamb shank.
However I didn't know I was pre ordering breakfast rather than dinner... Tried swapping it in the morning for a more normal breakfast but apparently all other breakfast offerings were taken by the other passengers. The lamb shank was very nice and I would choose it again for a day flight - but maybe not the lightest breakfast!
Glad I've seen this - was just planning to order the beef rib for that flight. Maybe not a breakfast choice either.

I'm struggling to find an email address - where did you email to order?

Thanks
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Old Oct 19, 17, 8:04 am #69

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Glad I've seen this - was just planning to order the beef rib for that flight. Maybe not a breakfast choice either.

I'm struggling to find an email address - where did you email to order?

Thanks
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Old Nov 7, 17, 2:32 am #70

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Have booked the Lamb Shank (KULA) and Beef Rib (KULB) for my wife and I's flight from KUL to INC.

For the return we've booked the Beef Tenderloin (INCA) and Ttuk Kalbi Korean Style Braised Beef (INCB).

Will write a review on these.
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