Saturday, April 5, 2008

Amante Nail & Food Foundry

Amante Nail Spa & Body Care @ Aman Suria

it was a Saturday morning and i went for a free 1-hour aromatherapy body massage at Amante Nail Spa & Body Care at Aman Suria Damansara... made an appointment with them last week... actually, it was a UOB Lady's card member's privilege and they gave us the member, a voucher for either a manicure or a massage... isnt it great to be a woman ?? hehee...

Amante... it's at the same row as Kayu Nasi Kandar...

it was quite dark inside the room...so, didnt manage to capture a better pic with my N81...

candle light...

OPI nail lacquer...

comfy couch at the waiting area...

nice rack to house their nail lacquers...

they arranged it according to the colour range...

my favourite colour - black... hehee...

spacious area for manicure... and they have a different section for pedicure...

before i left, i actually signed up for a 5 in 1 - 1st trial promotion with them... it cost me RM128nett for a manicure, pedicure, aroma body massage, back scrub and anti wrinkle ampoule... quite a good deal... hehee...

another option, for RM238nett, you can get a spa manicure, spa pedicure, hot stone aroma body massage, bust/tummy & buttock massage firming treatment and underarm waxing... not bad also, huh ??

Amante Nail Spa & Body Care
No. C-G-5, Jalan PJU 1/45,
Aman Suria Damansara,
47410 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-7803 4664

Food Foundry @ Section 17, PJ

after my massage session, i had lunch at Food Foundry at Section 17, PJ... the cafe is located at a corner of a quiet area at Happy Mansion flat... if you are not familiar with that area, you wont notice that there is this little cafe there...

it offers food from varieties of pasta, freshly-made sandwiches and tasty soups to light salads,pancakes and cream cakes....the menu... the price of the food are quite affordable...

my Chamomile tea...

Aglio Beef Pasta (RM14.90)....

who else ??

Moroccan Sandwich (RM11.90)... i dont really like the taste of it... hehee...

a pic outside the cafe....

since it was my first time there, i've only tried the Aglio Beef Spaghetti and Moroccan Sandwich... there's some nice cakes there, and i actually wanted to try but too full ler... so, next time, i will pay another visit to try out the other food... anyone wanna join me ?? hehee...

Food Foundry
BG-8, Happy Mansion,
Jalan 17/13,
46400 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-7955 3885

7 comments:

ChooChong said...

Hi Atrica, Amante Nail Spa in Aman Suria survived a 7 day renovation recently and would like you to come back and visit us. Kind regards

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