Volcano Kitchen Village, Cyberjaya

I wasn’t sure if Volcanao Kitchen Village is halal-certified. When I contacted them to inquire, this was their reply (they’re in the process of getting a halal certificate).

I stopped by for lunch and ordered Thai squid set (RM12.90), kangkung belacan (RM10) and barley lime (RM12.90). The tiny portion of veggies that came with the Thai squid set was pathetic, which was why I ordered the kangkung belacan. The overcooked kangkung was not worth paying RM10 for.

The vegetable options cost either RM10 or RM17. I don’t know why it’s so expensive. Judging from the kangkung belacan, there’s nothing to shout about.

The sweet sour squid was no big deal. I’ve had better sweet sour dishes in my lifetime.

Overall, it’s average, over priced food. There was something about that place that gave me the I’m-not-going-again-ever feeling.

My verdict:

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