Immerse yourself in a series of weekend focused activities and experiences offering endless youth exuberance, creativity and fun. Fans of independent artisans can make their way to the inaugural Pasar Sari, an all-Malaysian homegrown artisan market that showcases a selection of locally-sourced and produced goods perfect for local visitors and tourists. You could get your hands on creations from The Apothecary Malaysia, Kapten Batik, Buih & Co, ZaHuoHang and many more. From fragrances and toiletries to pick up art, stationery and apparel, or perhaps take home some homeware and decorations, a variety of agricultural products from social enterprise Langit Collective. Also, don't miss the yummy local delights from Lot 10 Hutong and Rococo Cafe Restaurant too.
Service is slow, food is nice, price is above average. Value for money item would be Fried Chicken and Curry Rice. Cheese cake with cream is pretty good.
Well, this is the Fried Oyster Omelette at Kong Tai Lot 10 Hutong and I am still looking for a few good ones to blog in the future. Thanks for reading.
This is a cool, Instagrammable place to hang out with friends that’s very easy on the wallet. It’s very spacious and the cafe doesn’t insist on shoving as many tables as they can to maximize capacity. Especially if you sit outside, you’ll have a big table far away from the next guest. The downside of this is that you might not get a table, especially a coveted one with a view. A couple of times, we saw other people awkwardly standing around because there were no more tables left for them to sit at.
Overall, what we tried at Menya Ichiyutei was enjoyable, but lacks that oomph factor. Still, service is fast and efficient, and the setting is comfortable – so it can be a choice for those craving curry udon while in the area.
It is not easy to come across a place that connects to you almost immediately the moment you encounter it for the first time. Called it LOVE at first sight may be in this case?
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Overall, the high cost of the meal (RM268 for 2.5 diners) wasn’t matched by the quality of food, so I don’t think I am likely to return in the near future. On the other hand, if I could get away with just having three courses of dessert, I might change my mind.
Ordered a Boba Fresh Milk. The portion is smaller than your run-of-the-mill boba joints, but it’s good coz you get your sugar fix without overindulging. I like that they caramelise the brown sugar on top with a torch, and there’s a layer of cheese just underneath which gives it a great balance of salty and sweet. The pearls are nice and chewy as well.
One can enjoy their signature salt- grilled salmon served on the rice together with the dashi broth and deep fried tofu. The dish can be eaten in 4 ways where you can eat them as it is, add in the condiments to the 2nd portion, pour the Ochazuke Dashi onto the 3rd portion, or try the 4th portion in your own way.
The rm$19.90 bowl of "奶油咖哩裡烏冬麵 Creamy Curry Udon" comes in WHITE color cream layered onto of a potato based curry with udon; as usual with every bite mellowing into the mouth. I think its quite vegetarian as likely there isn't any meat in it, did not mind to have tried it despite its high price.