Sticky Fingers, so what does the name tells you? A candy store? Manicure? or Finger food?
Well, guess again, from the same people who brought you the reknown Chakri Palace & Rainforest Bistro, Rotol Food Chain has recently introduce a new casual dining joint in Pavilion KL, namely Sticky Fingers.
Taking over part of what used to be Rainforest Bistro at the Connection Area of Level 4, is now Sticky Fingers along with Bar-Alter-Ego, Bangkok Bistro.
Dark, there’s one word we could describe it.
In elaboration, part timing as a bar after hours, Sticky Fingers houses a dark and dim interior, with stretched bar counter over the Bangkok Bistro side of the place, with individual bar tables and stools spread across the mid section. While, the Sticky Fingers side of the place starts off with a dining tables for 4, followed by multiple coffee height tea tables, and some long tables, and bench seating to cater for many at the rear section.
Did we mentioned the place is halal? At least the Sticky Fingers is.
We have only been there twice, for their Lunch Sets, which is pretty much the reason why most got to know about the place.
To start off, there’s a menu of 6 Lunch Sets at RM 14.90++ to choose from.
Each set will come with a selected Main Course, an Ice Lemon Tea, a bowl of Clear Seafood Tom Yum Soup and ends with a Dessert.
There’s the Green Curry Chicken, served with Mango Salad, Spring Rolls and a generous amount of Fragrant Rice. While we have no comment about the rice, the Mango Salad seems less sour that we expected while the Spring Rolls were just right. The Green Curry is delicious, but it’s definitely not the best we’ve come across, plus we would expect it to be a lil’ spicier or aromatic. Also, we must note *again* the attentiveness of the servers are important, as the Chilli Padi we ordered had never turn up at all.
Next, we chose the Sweet & Sour Fish Fillet, served with two pieces of Thai Fish Cake and a portion of Fragrant Rice. This Thai Fish Cake is something new, and tasted fine, while the Fish Fillet with it’s Sweet & Sour Sauce over it was just O-K. Bad? You may ask? Well not exactly, it’s still pretty good, but not the best.
Well, for some of the main courses that we did not tried but ‘spectated’, here you go. Pictures do look tantalizing, if you ask me.
The pictures are the Thai Roasted Chicken served with Fresh Thai Salad and Fragrant Rice, and Bangkok style Tom Yum Wan Ton Noodles served with Spring Rolls, respectively.
Last but not least, the Dessert we mentioned that comes with the Lunch Sets would vary from Cut Fruits to a warm Sago dish with Coconut Milk and Lychees.
Although it was lunch time, the usual lunch crowd hasn’t really turn up yet. However, service wasn’t what we expected, as we shown to the table and left for over 5 minutes to decide with the Menu of 6 choices, which we really don’t need that long to decide. Getting a someone to take our order was somewhat a challenge as there’s no one else to be seen, except a the waitress who was engaged with another table. Attentiveness is important, and service comes as a package when we talk about dining. Fortunately, as we asked for the bill, we were handed a piece of feedback form to voice our opinion. Thumbs up for this.
So check’em out.
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