Moving back to the present, at the Pepper Lunch, Pavilion branch food review, I soon learn that the concept of Pepper Lunch is that you DIY your own meat on how well you want it to be cooked.
The hot plate is a unique cast iron plate that using a special electromagnetic cooker, the iron plate can heat up to 260 degrees Celsius in 70 seconds and remain hot at about 80 degrees Celsius for more than 20 minutes. The meat is served raw with it's other ingredients and will grill and sizzle upon the hot plate where the hot plate also serve the purpose of retaining the heat and keeping the food warm while you eat. Never knew that before this food review. No wonder they ask after serving on whether I know what to do with it and then instruct on cooking and mixing it up along with the sauces.
Ok, so let's start off with the Combo Deluxe. Here we have the Burger Steak & BBQ Beef Yakiniku:
This Combo Deluxe is the Chicken Steak & BBQ Beef Yakiniku:
Same price as the Burger Steak & BBQ Beef Yakiniku.
And finally, another Combo Deluxe which is the Salmon & Chicken:
They also have their special sauce which I also recall trying when I ate at Pepper Lunch sometime back which is the Garlic Soy Sauce:
This here is the Salmon Cream Pasta with Mushroom:
Here are some of the side dishes at Pepper Lunch:
The person next to me had the Teriyaki Double Salmon which is priced at RM32.80:
As for me, I went for the Japanese Curry Rice with Double Steak Burger:
Here's another Japanese Curry dish. The Japanese Curry Rice with Seafood:
Pepper Lunch reminded me of a memory in the corner of my mind which I never knew I had. Somehow, the activity of going to the outlet to try had awaken that trip I made to the Sunway Pyramid branch which goes down even to the detail of the taste of its food and sauce (by the way, it's the same in this outlet) but other than the visit to that restaurant, I had no recollection of what I did that day. Most likely it was a movie screening but don't remember for what movie.
Anyway, for the branch at Pavilion, it's open daily from 10am-10pm
Lot 1.54, Level 1, Pavilion KL
Small Update On That DayOn another note which is unrelated and totally nothing to do with Pepper Lunch, after that fulfilling meal at Pepper Lunch, I head on down to Tropicana City Mall for Mbuji's coffee appreciation class.
Very different from the one I attended last time (http://www.ktheblogger.com/2012/09/coffee-appreciation-session-with-chilla.html).
It lets us taste the different coffee of South America and Africa also their own special blends of coffee.
Right after that, we headed to the 3 Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf which I heard so much about but never step foot in it before. I couldn't resist and ordered the Crown Lager Beer because I've never tried it before:
Me and Soo Yin tried out one of their burgers called The Governor:
Well, that's about it in this short update of that day after I went to Pepper Lunch. :)