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Plan B Restaurant (Bangsar Village 1)

One of the newest restaurants in Bangsar is known as Plan B, located in Bangsar Village 1. I've heard some good comments from friends who have been there, so a few of us decided to pay the place a visit. We were also warned of the mad crowd that might ensure that we will be waiting for a long time. Surprisingly at 7.30pm there was no line outside but the place was packed. We waited for 10mins before a table was empty for us, we were lucky because another 10mins later, there was a long line outside.   

The menu is similar to Canoodling and to a certain extend, delicious. I ordered the Mushroom Soup which was heavenly  - thanks to its generous use of wild shrooms. It was chunky and piping hot. But somehow the rings of cream didn't melt into the soup. It became small bits of cream floating in the soup. Nevertheless I finished all of it.
For main, I had the Asian Style Soft Shell Crab Pasta. The portion was quite decent but felt huge since I had the soup earlier. The pasta was al dente and spicy too. It was swimming in cream that made it heavy and difficult to finish. The crab however was flavoured enough to make it interesting. Although it wasn't crunchy on the outside, I felt it was fresh enough.
Two other friends who were less greedy than I am ordered only mains. One ordered the Chicken Burger which was huge. It came with a side of fresh salad, bits of turkey bacon and a huge chicken patty sandwiched between a huge sesame bun. It was challenging to eat it since it is huge. She mentioned that although the patty tasted good, the burger was dry. It was said to come with avocado spread but it was too little.
Another ordered the Ayam Masak Merah which had a few pieces of squid, acar and papadum. She remarked everything was good and evidently she polished everything off her plate. However I felt the acar could do with more seasoning while the gravy for the chicken was delicious.
We were too stuffed to order desserts since a wide variety was displayed inside the restaurant. Another time perhaps.

Plan B @ Bangsar Village, KL
Ground Floor, Bangsar Village 1,
Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Tel no.: 03-2287 2630
Opening hours: 8am-10pm
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