With funky décor, up lit bar and plush furnishing, one is sure to feel at ease in the cozy atmosphere of Funky Villa. I love the ingenious use of color especially!
The mural and these rainbow colored chairs bring a splash of vibrant color into the bar itself.
We were seated at the dining area overlooking the bar and the dance floor. Above is a spacious first floor seating and dining balcony.
We got to sample some of the latest offering of this spanking new bar, courtesy of Natalie, the Communication Manager of Funky Villa.
We started off with NUT CRACKER regular size. (vodka, irish cream, amaretto, hazelnut liqour & vanilla ice cream). It also comes in giant size at RM53 that can easily feed four to five thirsty patrons. Great fun for birthday celebration or gatherings, we reckoned.
We also tried three of Funky Villa’s signature drinks – Iced Roselle, Iced Tamarind and Iced Lemongress (RM 6.90 each). The drinks were very refreshing, with a slight touch of sweetness that takes the edge off the heat of spicy foods that we are going to have later.
Tom Yum Kung serving for 2 (RM13). Served scalding hot, the tom yum kung was very spicy and sour, with a lot of fresh spices and herbs like lemon grass, ginger root, red shallots, lime coriander leaves, chili and kaffir lime leaves. The chef has added in some fresh coconut flesh for some good bites. It complemented the tom yum soup extremely well.
Masamman Beef (Red Curry) (RM23). Massaman Curry is a popular dish from the south of Thailand. The curry gravy was rich and flavorful, with some potatoes cubes thrown in for good measure. The beef cubes were extremely after hours of slow cooking.
Yellow Curry Soft Shell Crab (RM23). The yellow curry with eggy bits was slightly sweet with a subtly hint of spiciness. It went really well with our bowl of Thai fragrant white rice. However, the soft shell crab was over-fried and tasted a little burnt.
The Mixed Platter : EKAMAI (serve 2-3paxes) – RM36 consists of Lemon Grass Seafood Skewers, Bamboo Beef Skewers, Thai Fish Cake and Spicy Pamelo Salad.
Our favourite of the bunch? The beef skewers and lemon grass seafood skewers. So tender that it required minimal jaw exercises.
The Mango Salad with Fried Tofu (RM 14) was served alongside with chunks of deep fried shrimps. It was a mingling of sweet, sour, spicy and salty taste in our mouth.
We were presented with Mango Sticky Rice (RM9), a sweet treat that we absolutely love! The coconut milk soaked sticky rice was really addictive. It was served warm to bring forth the rich flagrance and flavors. My only gripe is that the mangoes were not sweet enough.
There aren’t any reasons to skip Funky Villa if you frequent e@Curve. Set lunch starts from RM9.90 nett with 2 course plus drink, available during weekdays from 12pm to 3pm. Good news if you love cheap booze. Funky villa offers buy 1 pint free 1 pint promotion before 6pm and buy 1 pint free half a pint promotion before 10pm. You can placed your order anytime before 10pm and redeemed your free pints at a much later time, say 1am.
Lot No G-03A, G-06 & EG-06,
GROUND FLOOR e@Curve (formerly Cineleisure)
No. 24 Jalan PJU7/3, Mutiara Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03 7725 2308 / 014 699 9098 (Communication Manager of Funky Villa)