Sunday, March 30, 2014

[FOOD REVIEW] Elizabeth Fine Dine @ Grand Shanghai Food Theme Park

Have you ever dreamt of experiencing how Queen Elizabeth dines and what the Queen eats? At Elizabeth Dining, we can dine like the royalties!

Elizabeth Dining could be the closest thing to a fine-dining restaurant in Puchong. The interior decoration boast a Victorian era theme with bright chandeliers, hand painted cutleries and lush upholster furnitures. However, the food prices are kept to a very affordable level for a fine-dine which aims to cater to a larger group of audience.

My friends and I came at around 7pm and the restaurant was still empty at that moment. But even when it reached peak dinner hour the whole restaurant was not packed at all. This is one of the reason I love this restaurant because your conversation with your close friends will not be disturbed and you can even enjoy the peaceful music played by them. 

The waitress approached us and arranged a seat for 3 of us immediately. We were served with water and napkin and she introduced the menu to us in a very polite way. We were told that they are going to have a new menu very soon as the management is in the midst of transitioning the outlet into a more mid-class restaurant, so stay tuned! 

What a perfect date it would be to bring your another half here!

Love their cutleries! Don't you?

Beautiful vintage wall paper with rose petals at the side,
showing how thoughtful the management at preparing little surprise for us.

Paintings of the mid 30's

It took only a short while for the food to be served. Meanwhile we enjoyed admiring and taking pictures of the beautiful decorations around us!

Girls, you know you shouldn't miss the chance to take photos here! ;)

The first dish for the night was the Caesar Salad (RM15). 

As an appetizer, it comes in a very generous portion so 3 of us shared it.  It is an all time favourite for European salad serves with fresh romaine salad, poached egg, parmesan cheese, Cesar dressing, bread crisp and European herbed chicken slices. 

I love how the cheese compliment well with the salad!

Next, we had the mushroom soup (RM15)

It has a thick creamy texture and not too salty for me. The inclusion of crusty bread crumbs was a nice touch that complimented the hearty soup.

Our main course of the night - Fresh from the sea Fish of the Day with Spicy Orange Salsa Sauce (RM26)

Fyi, this main course comes together as a set dinner with the caesar salad and the mushroom soup above at the price of RM48. The Fish of the Day was salmon! Yumyumm, my favourite. The chef was creative enough to choose to blend real oranges with fresh orange juice for the sauce to accompany the pan-fried salmon. The result was an uncanny mix of the mild fish flavour with sweet and sour tangy sauce. The sauce was the BOMB for this dish! I never thought that the combination of orange and salmon can taste so good. It simply took my breath away.

Spaghetti Seafood Carbonara (RM33)

It is a famous Italian creamy seafood cuisine with clams, prawns, mussels and squids. The prawns were super fresh and we just couldn't get bored with the creamy carbonara sauce. We normally get bored with white carbonara sauce easily and most of the time, we couldn't finish the whole plate of carbonara spaghetti. But definitely not for this one! You will fall in love for it at first taste. Three of us agreed that this dish was the BEST of the night. (Y)

With the chef's own created recipe, the All Time Favourite Chicken Chop (RM18) turned out to be pretty normal to us on that night. Probably the other 2 main courses stole the limelight from it. Haha. However, I love the potato wedges as I am a potato-lover!

What's a meal without a sweet dessert to end? :D The waitress were very observant and thoughtful as they served our dessert on time when we finished the main courses. We ordered Red Velvet Cake (RM12). I love the way they sprinkled the chocolate around it. But the taste of the cake wasn't up to our expectation, or maybe because three of us were very full already by then.

After your meal, you can take a stroll at the Grand Shanghai Theme Park. Nowadays, Setiawalk mall becomes one of the hot places in Klang Valley, especially following the opening of this Grand Shanghai Food Theme Park. It is a must-go for people who are keen to journey back to the mid 30′s street of Shanghai. It is a place filled with antique cars, trishaws, old wooden benches and Chinese music from the bygone years. A perfect spot for people who love photography!

So many red lanterns!

Even children couldn't resist to take a picture in front of the antique car!

The prices are affordable to us because we purchased vouchers from Living Social which entitled us a 40% discount off the bill! What a great deal. You can click here to find out more! :) 

Overall, the great ambiance at Elizabeth Dining certainly is the greatest attraction and will please those who are seeking to enjoy western fares with a classy setting. We were pleased with the service and had a great night. I will definitely visit this restaurant again very soon to share my discovery with my friends! What about you? :)

My ratings:
Food: 4/5
Service: 5/5
Cleanliness: 4/5
Ambiance: 5/5
Price: 3/5

Elizabeth Dining
Unit 2 to 6, Level 4, Setia-Walk Mall
Pusat Bandar Puchong
47160 Puchong
Selangor Darul Ehsan

Gentle reminder: Park in the basement at Zone E and take the elevator up! :)

Business Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. (daily)
Tel: 03-5879 1077

Hope you enjoy the read! :)


  1. Replies
    1. Yes it is! Feeling like the princess of the night. Haha. Visit it if you were to come to KL! :D


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