Their funky Hollywood style menu
They were having a promo - Appetizer, Main Course and Dessert for only RM39.90! Pretty good deal but we were both not hungry enough for this. I was, however, very attracted to a Cajun chicken dish on this menu but was told I couldn't order it as an ala-carte. Why is that so, Foodcrazee?! Is it because restaurants have a set number of dishes for their special set menus and allowing a guest to order it as an ala-carte would throw the balance out of place?
I had the Bruschetta Chicken Pasta which was quite nice. Sorry about the photo - forgot the flash! It had piquant slices of garlic mixed in the chopped tomato sauce and came drizzled with some balsamic vinegar, giving it a lovely tangy taste. They had pretty generous slices of chicken and the portion was so huge I couldn't finish it! It made good leftovers the next night for dinner too!
J had the Shrimp fettucine pasta which looked and tasted pretty good! It also had generous amounts of crunchy shrimp in a slightly spicy and creamy sauce. Delicious! Although TGIF's portions are really huge! A plate of pasta can easily feed two!
Sneaky J had actually told the restaurant it was my birthday so I got "embarrassed' by the crew in having to make a speech with a ketchup bottle while they sang their lively TGIF-style birthday song! It was an embarrassing episode indeed but the free ice-cream sundae they brought as a birthday gift made up for it! Hehe..I've noticed that restaurants here are pretty generous with free desserts when you tell them in advance that you're celebrating a birthday. It always makes the dinner a little more special! :)
Now, excuse me while I disappear back under the mountain of work!