Lunch Box Café is located at Travillion Mall
and I went there for lunch with Joanne to check out the place. Lunch
Box Café is small compared to other eating establishments there and it
seems to cater to people who actually work there.
There is a chalkboard lunch special that has a set lunch for RM 4.50
and Heineken beer at RM 19.50 per jug which we both went for. The décor
is reasonably presentable with the water feature…
…and miscellaneous pieces of art inside the cramped space.
Lunch Box Café, as previously mentioned, is not a big place and you
can practically see through the eating establishment from the exterior.
This is the food counter where you get to choose the stuff you want with your rice for the lunch special.
There are various meats and vegetables on offer and its cooked Malay
style. You have the option of one (1) meat and one (1) vegetable.
This is Joanne’s dish – she ordered ayam masak merah (literally “red cooked meat”) and a vegetable which I don’t know the name of.
This is mine – I had the same meat but went for brinjals for my vegetable option. There is cincalok (fermented shrimp) served with the lunch special.
There are also a la carte options at Lunch Box Café – we ordered the Hula Hoop Salad (RM 7.20) which is described as “Deep fried popcorn chicken, pineapple and mixed greens tossed in home made salad dressing”.
We had to do the tossing ourselves and I highly doubt that the
Thousand Island Sauce is home made but it tasted great. It’s inspired
by KFC’s Garden Salad with Popcorn Chicken [sixthseal.com] but better coz the chicken was piping hot.
Cheers to drinking at 2 pm in the afternoon! ;)
It’s always 5 o’ clock somewhere, right?