Dine-in Date: 6th September 2014 & 11th April 2015
This one is recommended by my girlfriend after she experience dining here with her family.
It's located at Aman Suria, I don't really know how to go here if you ask me about the direction because I'm not clear about the place there. But I know it's somewhere you can reach within 5 minutes (if no jam) from Kelana Jaya LRT station.
So there we are, when we reach there around 7pm, half of the place is occupied but we managed to get a seat. But soon a few group of people came and the place is totally full.
A Hearty, Homemade American Kitchen with Love
Having a great passion of introducing the American style home made dishes to Malaysian, Betty Midwest Kitchen established and begin their voyage at 10 Oct 2009.
With a culinary team of a mother, Betty Woon, with his son Kevin Woon to be the part of the main business stakeholders, the concept to serve hearty, homey food is their main ideal when comes to making how customers feel when they experience dining into Betty Midwest Kitchen.
Betty Midwest Kitchen is part of the Betty's Kitchen Sdn Bhd organization.
The Ordinary American Food with a Pinch of Magic
The American style dishes range from the ordinary salad, soup,sandwiches, hot dog, burger, pasta and some of the ordinary side dishes like fries, green peas, mashed potato and etc.
The beverages menu is also quite ordinary that you can expect which is cakes, tea, coffee, tea and ice cream.
The unique part of their cuisine hide inside the pork main meals and some of the side dishes with bacon.
As recommended by my girl, I ordered Grilled Beer Braised Boston Butt that worth RM40 from the menu. It's basically pork meat dipped with beer for three to four hours before cooking and serving.
I was served quite soon, like in about 5 minutes after ordering. If you are a big fan of pork, you must try this one.
I don't really taste the beer, but the meats is sooooo soft & tasty..... argh, hungry again. The meat is totally soft and you can taste some smoking flavor as the result of well grilled.
With the tasty gravy as the topping, I don't really know what gravy it is but it's just nice, the taste get even better.
For side dishes, you are served with smashed potato with another type of gravy, lots of green beans, and two thin sliced of giant carrot.
The veggie is actually quite plain. Nothing special about it.
The portion is actually just nice but for a huge eater like me, I feel kind of stuffy. My girl can't finish her portion due to the gravy so I finish up her portion as well. Ended up.... much more stuffy. But at least I don't need to look for supper later.
There are tons of other selections in the menu as well. Just in case you wonder, in the snacks/dessert section, there is one dishes known as "Dog Food", and that's mainly to serve you, me and all customers, and not for dog.
Having "dog food" is my most weird and unique experience after dining for so many years.
But other than the name, it's actually oven-cooked french fries top with cheese & gravy. It's another good choice if you opt for much more stuffy food.
Just like the food name imply, don't expect it to look nice because it's named exactly as how it looks like. Not really sure if I should praise this for the name matching so well with the appearance or I should comment on the idea of making customers get the idea of eating dog food.
I also order a cup of hot lemon tea that cost RM6.5. I can taste the nice lemon flavor and not too much sugar in it. Quite enjoying it.