People had been talking about this place for years and I always never have the chance to pay a visit because it’s very out of the way and situated in quite a seclude area. Even many locals not sure how to go there. Actually I wanted to go there for our previous gathering but it was closed. -.-” It’s not actually, it’s opened. Sharing Planet is close on every Wednesday not Tuesday, strange… I saw the signboard stated Tuesday not Wednesday *shrug* hahahah…
Finally… Finally the chance is here! We were supposed to have gathering with some net friends last night but suddenly everyone couldn’t go. So… Only left Jimmy, Pinky and me. However, it didn’t hamper our mood, we went and decided to feast on the food there. It’s really not easy to locate. The cafe is not visible. All you see when you reach there is a lighted signboard and a signboard with opening hours. You have to walk to the right side of the huge detach house and use the plank bridge to go into the cafe. You will be greeted by lush green lanscape with lots of bonsais, I heard that some of the bonsais cost more than ten thousands Ringgit. Beware of mosquitoes 😛 I do not recommend those who attract mosquitoes to go there. However, when you are in the cafe, you won’t get mosquito bites as mosquito quails are place under each table. You can choose to sit facing the pond or facing the plants. The place is quite dark at night but pretty romantic hahaha…
Left: The menu. They have huge variety of food and drinks. *SLURP* Our strategy for the night was to order 1 or 2 dish each and then we share all of them. After that, we split the cost. This is a good way to try out food with friends without blowing your budget.
Right: Carrot Milk(RM4.80) and Mango Smoothies(RM7.80). OMG!! The Mango Smoothies was damn thick! WOW… The sweetness was just right, no sugar I think… Yummy… It’s made from real mango!!! With real mango cubes! Heavenly! Love it! Besides, they claim that their fruit juice are free from sugar and water, 100% pure fruit juice!
Left: So cute!!! Hot chocolate(RM4.80). See the pig there? Hehehe… CUTE!!!
Right: Fried Calamari(RM6.80). Sorry but I have to give two thumbs down for this. Over fried and it’s tough.
Left: Creamy Wild Mushroom Shitake (RM3.80). If you order a main course, then you can get this at RM1 off. This is super recommended! THICK! Very THICK! Guarantee you’ll not regret it. They claim that it’s traditional fresh puree of mixed mushroom soup.
Right: Seafood Arabiatta (RM11.80), tomato gravy with mussel, calamari, shrimp and dory fish fried with olive oil. Very nice too.
Tuna Caesar Salad (RM7.80) serves with mayonnaise dressing. It has Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, capsicums, celery, tuna, turkey ham, and parmesan cheese. I don’t really like salad served with mayonnaise. If you like mayonnaise, then it’s really recommended. The portion was so HUGE!!!
Mixed Grill (RM23.80) is a combination of chicken, lamb shoulder, dory fish and sausages, served with daily vegetables and mashed potatoes or potato wedges with black pepper sauce. Goodness gracious, this was SUPER HUGE!!! Really worth it! You can share this with 2-3 friends. The photo on the left is how it looks like after Pinky dissected them hehehe… The lamb was 70% cooked -.-” It’s my first time eating lamb that is 70% cooked. Actually we wanted our sirloin steak to be 70% cooked but I think they had mixed up on that part. It’s all right, they tasted delicious! Recommended!!! Recommended!!!
Left: Charbroiled Sirloin Steak (RM17.80), selected part from the loin section grilled to your liking, served with mashed potatoes and daily vegetables with black pepper sauce. This was supposed to be 70% cooked became 100% cooked. It was a bit of bummer but it’s all right. Still tasted great and those super huge portion of the food we ordered gave us a big shock.
Right: At first only the 3 of us and we couldn’t finish our Mixed Grill. Luckily a net friend, QQ, manage to join us and we got him to finish them off. He ordered a glass of Apple Juice(RM4.80) but I forgot to take photo of it.
Right: Pinky, me, Jimmy and QQ. The satisfied and full diners. Hahahah…
Our total bill of the night was RM93.00. Very affordable right? I really recommend this place. I want to go again 😛 provided we get to share food like this. Really worth it. I was FULL last night!
Here’s the map to Sharing Planet, it’s at Stapok. There are only 2 ways to get there, either by your own transport or taxi.
Here’s their website where you can view their menu, http://www.sharing-planet.com.
RECOMMENDED! MUST GO!