Review: Lazzat on Lygon

Lazzat on Lygon Review

Good afternoon all~ :D
As you can see from the picture above, today we are going to talk about Lazzat.

What do you think about the interior? Quite comfortable isn't it? ^^
They also provide some tables outside the restaurant. So you can choose wherever you like to sit.

Okay... Let's get to the point...
If u are bored of a la carte menu, in Lazzat, you can choose the dishes that you want... Surely it comes together with rice. :D

After thinking about what dishes to choose, I decided to take Beef Rendang, Sweet and Sour Fish, and Spicy Chicken.
Well, the Beef Rendang is disappointing since it's too sweet.
Sweet and sour fish? Not so good either. Even though there is a bit of spiciness in the dish which I like, the fact that the fish is fishy pulls everything down. 
Nonetheless, the hero of the dish is the Spicy Chicken. It's quite tasty compared to other dishes that I chose, but still it doesn't really satisfy me.

This combination of dishes is chosen by MJxM. According to him, the Curry Chicken is not bad. But he also added that the inner part of the chicken is a bit tasteless. I guess it's not really a good choice.

Other dishes that we try is Mixed Veggies and  Potato Masala.
For the Mixed Veggies, although the veggies are perfectly cooked, it tastes too sweet.
Potato Masala is just passable. Nothing really special about it.

Overall, I'm a bit disappointed with the food. What make things worse is that the gravy of all the dishes get mixed together in the plate. This obviously destroy the flavour. It's just good for value.


Price: 7.5/10
Food: 5.5/10
Service: 7/10
Ambience: 6/10

Estimated price/person: $7.5
Lazzat on Lygon
112 Lygon Street
Carlton VIC 3053
Website: None



Lazzat on Lygon on Urbanspoon
If you like this post, please share it!
Digg it StumbleUpon Google Yahoo! reddit

3 Response to Review: Lazzat on Lygon

October 9, 2010 at 4:28 PM

No wonder I never went back. :p

October 9, 2010 at 5:41 PM

Hahaha.... yeah... :P

November 27, 2011 at 7:45 PM

the sauces mixing together is an asian (mainly malay food) thing. dont diss.

Post a Comment