As we were driving past 3rd Mile Square, on our way to Brickfields, I saw Wayne’s Bistro. I think it’s a new addition to the area because I don’t think it was around a few months ago. Anyways, since we were yet to have lunch, I figured we could give this bistro a try.
There are both indoor and outdoor seating here. During lunch hour, do expect the eatery to be fully occupied indoor. You’d either have to wait till a table empties or you can opt to side outside instead. The office folks in the area seem to like Wayne’s and they mostly come in large groups.
Parking: There is parking within the area itself, surrounding the office blocks. It is however limited in quantity. So, you most likely have to pick a spot and wait till someone pulls out. Parking rate here is RM 2 for the first hour and RM 1 for subsequent hours. They accept Touch N Go as a method of payment but it seems to be faulty, unable to detect the card. So, I ended up paying cash via the receipt administered by the parking attendant, who had to manually open and close the entry divider.
Fried Rice with Roast Pork, RM 25
When asked, I was told that their roast pork is a crowd favorite here. They have Roast Pork Pizza, Roast Pork Sandwich, Roast Pork Tapas, Roast Pork Nasi Lemak and etc. I was in the mood for something local and so, I opted for Roast Pork Fried Rice. This dish was yummy. It included a serving of Chinese style fried rice that was simple yet tasty. I especially liked the slightly charred taste that accompanied each mouth I took. Together with the fried rice was some green, mushroom gravy and 2 large slices of Roast Pork. The meat had a crispy, crackling outer layer, as expected when one thinks of siu yoke. Additionally, there was a good ratio of meat to fat. Be warn that this dish takes atleast 25 mins to be served. So, go for it if you have the time to wait.
Lunch Set: Chicken Chop with Green Tea, RM 15.90
This dish was not bad. Once you get over the small size of the chicken, you’d find that its pretty tasty. Pan fried, boneless chicken that tasted good enough to eat on its own. The chicken was accompanied with a serving of fries and salad.
Would I head back to Wayne’s Bistro? Sure, why not. If I find myself in the area again, I wouldn’t mind dropping by to give the other available items a try. I might even go for the Roast Pork again.
Address: 151, Batu 3 1/2 (3rd Mile Square), Old Klang Road, KL.
Opening hours: Everyday, 11 am – 11 pm.
Signing out now, Ciao.