Well, besides the chicken being on the scrawny side, the dishes overall tasted pretty nice. Both the kurma and ayam masak merah was flavorful and tasty. Both dishes came with a side of dhalcha and pickled vegetables.
This was really good. The outer layer was coated with sweetened nuts and the inner layer was a dense cake. If you are a Tiramisu lover like me, you’d love this dessert.
Reasons to visit Kenny Hills Bakers, The Greens, TTDI: an incredible range of expertly made baked goods; lovely semi-alfresco patio as well as a stylish air-conditioned interior; all-day breakfast; hearty, wholesome recipes.
As mentioned in the Menu, the Banana Leaf Rice Set includes rice of choice + 4 types of vegetables + curries + papadum + chutney + rasam + pickle + kesari. My banana leaf set came with everything except pickle, chutney and dry chilli. Perhaps they forgot?? I did not realise the missing items until I was back home writing this review. To me, it was no biggie, I enjoyed the rice just fine. They had 6 choices for curries – chicken, fish, salted fish, crab, onion and sambar. I opted for some chicken and onion curry. The gravies were flavorful and pretty thick. I also ordered Chicken Maharaja Varuval on the side. For this dish, you’d get about 6,7 pieces of tender, juicy chicken pieces. It sure was flavorful, you’d be able to taste spices as well as tamarind. Yummy.
Food was good, slightly pricier but food was good. The Nasi Dagang came with several options : Gulai Ikan Tongkol, Gulai Ayam or Daging. We opted for the Ikan Tongkol. The size of the fish is certainly bigger than most of the other Ikan Tongkol I’ve had elsewhere. Besides the rice and Ikan tongkol, the dish also came with fried egg + pickled vegetables + sambal cili. The gravy was thick, milky, flavorful and slightly sweetish. Overall, a good dish.
Janji kenyang. Tak sanggup menahan lapar lama lama lagi dah. Overall makanan dia so so je. Tak de apa yang menarik sangat.
The Fried Koay Teow was pretty good, decent. It includes noodles, egg, prawns, chinese sausage, ‘kerang’ and etc. I’ve paid RM 8 for the same dish elsewhere though and taste alot better.
Overall, the food is good and unpretentious like I mentioned earlier. I would say its quite a suitable place for birthdays and gathering if you’re looking for somewhere casual and not upscale. Portion sizes were good as well and price point not too high!
Reasons to visit Oh Cha Matcha TTDI: a fun café with a happy vibe; healthy and approachable matcha drinks; very Instagrammable; loads of dairy-free choices; nutrient boost in a bottle.
For basic people, like me. Honestly my first impression of this was that the portion & presentation is so sad. Would have a more ‘wow’ impression if it was served with a side of greens or something, instead of literally just toast. Happy to inform that it taste better than it looks!