We’ve been here couple of times, and must say that the consistency of food quality is overall satisfactory and worthy of return visits.

In our regular order, there always was the Ade Scotch Chicken, to which also I rated as my favourite thus far. This time we’ve decided to have a change of taste by trying out some other dishes.

Braised Broccoli Soup and bacon. The richness and smoothness of braised broccoli cooked with chicken broth and blue cheese made a memorable introduction to the meal. Only the use of Rocket leaves was not that much to my liking.

Baked Ôeuf Florentine. This stuffed egg with spinach and turkey ham topped our favourite list this time. The cheese, spices and hint of wine made a divine concoction.

Roasted Lamb Shank. The tenderness and juiciness were well up to the standard, but it’s relatively forgettable and tasted like any other steaks that you are likely to get with similar price at other restaurants.

Chocolate Brownies. Although decently served, it didn’t really induce those kind of mouthwatering sensation that you’d otherwise find on truly decadent dessert.

Although there’s a few hits and misses, it is still a commendable neighbourhood dining place. Better if you know what to pick and what not.

 

BoatHouse TTDI
16, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-7727 4426

Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri – 11am to 3pm, 6pm to 12am,
Sat – 12pm to 4pm, 6pm to 1 am,
Closed on Sunday.