on November 15, 2012
Located on the lower level of the Caesar Hotel, this little gem was quite a surprise. Looking at the menu not the name of the restaurant, prompted dining there. This is not where you will find typical rice and noodle entrees with a variety of vegetables. Not quite knowing what all the items were, made for delicious surprise items. A fan of both tuna and eggs, I ordered something called a tuna bun with egg and sambal. What I received was more like a soft sesame bun with a creamy white cheese, tomato and lettuce inside and an unidentifiable dipping sauce no doubt sambal. The cheese had a wonderful flavor like aged cheddar, yet the texture was more like brie. The sauce subtle and flavorful. While I knew it wasn’t sweet and sour, I couldn’t identify anything specific. It was delicious though.I like what I had before so well I returned another day and order the same item along with another item. The Kazal cheese toast was also delicious and again something I didn’t know what it was. It was some kind of bread with the crust cut off. The cheese inside was like a very creamy ricotta and was lightly green in color, perhaps from a blend that included pistachio, cilantro or pesto.If you like to try unusual food without it being some kind of weird animal part, this is the place. As a side note, the atmosphere is relaxed enough that you linger, but it is elegant enough that the reasonable prices came as a surprise.
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