New York New York, is an all-American food restaurant and has its first outlet in Malaysia on the ground floor of 1 Borneo Hypermall.
The first impression when entering the restaurant is of course the big Statue of Liberty painted on its wall at the entrance. Service-wise was alright, I should say 6.5 out of 10. Now, the thing that really impressed me was their huge variety of food that they had on their menu which look like a finance or business magazine on it’s cover called New York Post.
They serve various pastas, pizzas, burgers and hotdogs (a must-try), steaks, fish and chips, salads, soups, desserts and drinks. Also, you can use the four icons of ‘Super Sinful’, ‘Gotta have it’, ‘DaBomb’ and ‘diet-friendly’ to guide you to their popular and recommended dishes. It took us 10 minutes to finally decide what we want to order, like I said before, they have so many choices to choose from. We waited about 15 minutes for our food to come.
The Food Portions
When our food came, we had the shock of our lives! The portions of food served was gigantic! We know it’s gonna be huge but we didn’t expect it to be that gigantic. We had this Giant Burger and Giant Hotdog (both served together with salad and chips/fries) and also one of us had the normal portion of Beef Lasagna which was really very tasty with the right amount of cheese and sauce and right amount of everything. The burger’s beef patty was really juicy and it was very hearty too. The hotdog was not bad. We wanted to order dessert at first because it sounded very promising on the menu but after all the giant portions we had, we have no more space left for anything else, even though our tastebuds hungered for more. We’ve decided to save it for our next visit.
Overall, the food was great and satisfying. So, I would definitely recommend food lovers with huge appetites to try the food here.
Well, of course, dining in places like these in 1 Borneo is always quite costly. Our total bill came up to almost RM130, inclusive of 10% of service charge plus 5% of government tax, and there were only 3 of us.
Anyway, the restaurant is open from 11am till 10pm on Sunday to Thursday and 11am till 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Last orders will be half an hour before closing. Please bear in mind that they do not serve pork and lards.
For those who wants to try or have American food, do come to New York New York… it’s well worth a try!
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This post was written by Princess Trinity, who has spent years in the Sabah tourism industry, who in her spare time tries out Chinese cooking recipes and bakes cookies.This entry was posted on Sunday, September 27th, 2009 at 11:50 am and is filed under Eating Out, Featured. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.