When I stepped foot into the restaurant, I felt really excited yet confused at the same time. What do they serve and where do I go from here?
Lemonade (RM8).Harvey & Son’s Mint Lemon Verbana (RM10).”This is the best fried chicken I’ve ever had,” exclaimed my friend, and I couldn’t agree more. It may not be the best I’ve had, but it was downright finger-licking good. The Rosemary Brined Fried Chicken (RM22.00) came with 3 pieces of perfectly done drumsticks – briny, moist, tender and served with hot sauce. For sides, I chose the Yocu Fries (basically tapioca chips) and Mixed Fruits. A must have dish here in my opinion!
We also ordered a serving of Southern Cayenne Shrimp Crispy Tacos (RM28.00) to share. It came with juicy grilled creole seasoned shrimp, julienned raw mango, and drizzled with remoulade flavored sauce. This Tex-Mex had a slightly more sourish taste to it, but I thought the flavors were well balanced, and very delicious overall. Having said that, I felt that it was extremely pricey for it’s portion.
It was a rainy day that evening and being seated right next to the window, while nibbling on the remainings of my yocu fries and sipping on a hot cup of tea, simply added a hint of satisfaction and blissfulness to the overall experience.
Overall Rating: 8/10. I never would have thought that I’d stumble upon a place which serves Southern American cuisine, after my not-so-pleasant stint at Acme South in Bangsar (a sister branch of the more popular Acme Bar & Cafe). Hence, I’d definitely recommend BRYCG for being one of the few Southern American (New Orleans to be specific) restaurants in the Klang Valley that does it well.
Greenhouse by Muir is located at:
Address: 1, Jalan Nipah of Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: 03-2630 6728
Opening Hours: 11.30am-10pm (Mon-Thurs) 11.30am-11.30pm (Fri) 9.30am-11.30pm (Sat) 9.30am-10pm (Sun)
Food Blog by: Spicy Sharon