I love eating at TGI Fridays not only because it’s affordable, but also because of the good food and the good service. It’s children friendly and the staff usually aim to please. And there’s more, kids get to eat free as long as there’s one adult paying for an entree dish.
Makes me really wonder why my brother in law insisted that you got to buy a main course dish if you want a free kid’s meal. o.O As far as I’m concerned, as long as there’s an adult who is paying for an entree, you’ll get one free dish from the kid’s menu. Strange. There must be something wrong somewhere that he was misinformed.
Anyway, last week, my husband finally got his exam result and he passed with distinction. We’re all very happy of course and decided to celebrate at TGI Fridays since their 2 course meal promo is back. Check this out, folks…
We ordered these:
Appetizer: Boneless chicken wings served with celery sticks and mayo dip. This one is is really nice. Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
Entree: Black pepper chicken served with seasoned veggies and herbal rice. The chicken was nice, but then again, the rice tasted rather weird. 🙁 It is not exactly something my taste-buds would usually agree with. I think this dish would taste better if they’re to replace the herbal rice with buttered rice instead.
Free grilled cheese sandwich served with crispy fries and tangerine orange for the boy. Loved the gooey, melted cheese very much. 😀
An extra dish from the kids’ menu… burger patties served with a side of cheddar cheese mashed potatoes and tangerine oranges. Don’t be fooled by the picture. The patties are perfectly done and was not dry. The portion is also very big for a kid’s meal. 😀
And Minty Oreo chocolate mousse as dessert.
Total damage to the pocket: Rm64.90, inclusive of 1 refillable soft drink as well as 10% tax and service charge. (I’m sooooo NOT gonna vote for the current government this coming general election, mark my words! Got kinda fed up with the tax and inflation. Tsk. Do you know that with the 10% that they charged from the tax can be used for my regular breakfast and I can still have balance for it?)
Overall, it’s an affordable and satisfying meal with good and friendly service by the TGI Fridays Wangsa Walk staff.Â The meal would have been much more affordable without the tax, though… but… nothing I can do about that.
Cleffairy: Every day is a Friday at TGI Fridays!