2013-11-25 481 瀏覽
Ordering at MK is done via the electronic tablet system that is on each table. For those not so technologically inclined, you can order from the waiters that are bustling around the restaurant. There are also physical menus that you can flip towards. If you order through their tablet system, your dishes do arrive relatively fast.There was a waiting line of about 8 tables but we managed to get a table within 30 minutes. However, they didn't do a good job turning the table as there were areas that
There was a waiting line of about 8 tables but we managed to get a table within 30 minutes. However, they didn't do a good job turning the table as there were areas that they had neglected to clean ie. sauce from the previous customers and their paper tab food orders.
This time round, the waiters weren't so attentive and the condiments had to be requested by ourselves. ie. their MK sauce and garlic/chili side.
We ordered a quarter duck, one large sliced beef, one portion of vegetables, and one coconut. Th total bill racked up to be about $60 for 3 pax. Not exactly a very cheap dinner but it satisfied the hotpot craving. The beef slices were finely sliced and were cooked with just a few swipes within the hotpot. The pieces were rather small though. The duck was surprisingly very tasty and tender. None of the stick in your teeth sort of business.
The 3 of us decided to eat the hotpot in a new way by finishing up all the vegetables first before starting to cook the beef. (As opposed to cooking both simultaneously) It allowed us to leave feeling full, but not overstuffed.
When you head to the cashier to pay, do take the paper tab which the waiters insert upon presenting your food so that the cashier can get your table number.