Ham & Eggs............

Ham & Eggs............

Cubes Restaurant @ Jaya One PJ

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Cubes adopts a contemporary touch to its interior with less emphasis on traditional Chinese elements. Nicely deco on the glass and curtains, giving a sense of Zen. It also has segmented dining areas that separated the smoking from the non-smoking area.

Cubes serves a fusion, contemporary Chinese Cuisine adding a little bit of home cook flavor. Their main selling point is the London Recipe: Roasted Duck with special sauce. The duck was well marinated (but overcooked); there is a taste of herbs infused in the meat. It's so moist that the duck skin was rather wasted as it was shredded to a million tiny threads after rigorously scrapped off from the bones. This dish served with pancake, sweet sauce, spring onions and cucumbers.

However, Cubes’ Tofu looks presentable and tastes lovely. It was deep fried till golden brown; silky smooth tofu against the crunchy exterior served with delicious scallop mushroom sauce (can try).
Mainly, Cubes is more towards to Chinese Fine Dining, so the portions are smaller and prices are a bit high.

Food Review

Food Type: Chinese (Non-Halal)
Address: 18-1, Block L1-1, Palm Square Jaya One, No 72A Jalan Universiti, PJ
Tel: +603-79586616
Price: Average RM35 per pax
Operating Hours: Daily (11am - 10pm)

Taste Rating: 6/10
Ambiance Rating: 8/10
Service Rating: 7/10
Value Rating: 6/10

Overall Rating: 6.75/10

2 comments:

Cherry November 18, 2008 at 11:14 PM  

I really don't recommend going to this place. My mother's cooking is better and she does not overprice her dishes (actually FOC). The food presentation gives a certain homey feeling. The food itself is not as good. The London Aromatic Duck (OMG!) RM 23 for a drumstick. The price was supposed to be quarter duck. But, we only got part of it. And it is so small like 'kampung’ duck or this London duck must be on a diet plan. And be careful if you order something that is not on the menu, for example the chef's/ manager's personal recommendation. They will overcharge. Ask for the price first then decide whether it is worth the price.

Anonymous February 11, 2009 at 9:38 PM  

actually the food not bad at all...on the other hand, the roast duck is somewhere disappointed

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