Back again in Empire Subang? Right. Ever since I changed my car. My car being serviced in Toyota and instead of waiting, I walk up to Empire Subang. Usually, since I always take up the early slot, you can see me in Empire Subang by 11.00am and at least every six months once. For killing time of course and because I am not a breakfast person, hunger will like immediately kill me the moment I walk in. But the thing to the eateries? Most of them are not ready and even if they are, they will stare at you if you are the first customer to walk in. Duh! As if you are pressuring them to get their food act at once instead of at their leisure (Serai Empire and Chilli's). Which eatery did I opt for? Pasta Zanmai. Why? They were already a-buzzed compared to the rest still sleeping.
To the outside dining area facing the car park and from the menu featuring aplenty choices, I opted for Edamame, Egg Soy Sauce, Vegetarian Yasai Curry Noodle, Green Tea Cappuccino and Ichigo Ice. All of these are vegetarian dishes mind you. What? Vegetarian? Yep. Me being a vegetarian on this day, though I have no issue to egg.
Came cruising within the next five minutes? Edamame/simmered Japanese beans. Walla! Steamed and slightly salty beans nibbled out of the beans pods. Nice. For lining my stomach and me taking my time in nibbling. Thereafter, I daintily slurped the egg soy sauce. Wah! Another delight. Can you imagine half boiled egg in soy sauce? Like haven calling for me personally and the soy sauce, like a magical wand.
While I was still struggling with finishing off the noodle dish, I got down to Green Tea Cappuccino. How? Creamy, frosty and not overly sweet green tea cappuccino and small translucence sago pearls inside, must be regarded as outstanding. I liked it. In fact, I loved it.