The new café allows many busy Malaysians to stop by for a quick bite and sip of their favourite honey cakes and beverages in a cosy therapeutic environment
Chopsticks by Muhammad Oon is a cosy restaurant offering delicious home style Malaysian Chinese cuisine for Malaysian Muslims and others…
If you fancy thick, creamy, gooey pasta, this dish is the way to go. The Spicy Cream Cheese Pasta is a crowd favorite. Not only did I see it repeatedly mentioned in the reviews online, the cashier mentioned it too. Oooo it was spicy. My friend usually needs chilli flakes whenever he orders pasta but this one here, no chili flakes necessary. It was pleasantly spicy, I liked the extra ‘kick’ it provided overall. Initially, I was a tad reluctant to order this dish because I was afraid the cheese was going to be overwhelming. No such thing as it was more creamy than cheesy. You can barely taste the distinct, overwhelming taste of cheese. Soo gooey it was and together with the chicken, was delightful. I can see why many people like this dish, I do too.
Reasons to visit Planter Chin: Nourishing meals that pack a punch; standout drinks; and a lovely interior that will make you forget you have any plans for the rest of the day. The owners have a green thumb and are eager to chat with guests; don’t forget the jungle of plants to choose from!
Reasons to visit Jasmine by L’nop, Bangsar: fun and unique setting; fabulously, fresh food; must try the lamb kabab and the Buffalo wings (or even just the sauce with a straw, says Rich).
The pakoda was yummy, tasty and flavorful. There were about 10 medium sized pieces served on a platter with some sauce on the side. If you are hoping to find solid bits of fish in each pakoda – you are not going to find it … believe me, I did try looking, lol. I think it was all nicely mashed up prior to frying. I enjoyed eating the fish pakoda, besides tasting awesome, its texture was appealing too – crispy on the outside, dense on the inside.
Reasons to visit ADU Sugar Restaurant: a setting that is full of character; superbly fresh recipes; tasty and balanced meals; excellent vegan options.
Verdict: The place was rather vacant during my visit on last year September. Like what I said earlier, if you’re looking for a perfect spot to while away a few hours, you may consider this place.
Our drink of choice? Kiku matcha tea (RM11) with no sugar.
I enjoyed the Fried Koay Teow. It was a nice portion size with 2 large prawns. Nicely flavored, tasty.