After lunch at the Hailam Kopitiam, Jalil Link, we walked to The Owls Cafe to have dessert
Overall, it was a good afternoon break for us. The waffle was yummy while the rose latte needs some improvement in my opinion. We travelled all the way for their Rose Latte as its quite difficult to find in PJ cafes and its my favourite too however their Waffle is the one that win our heart. Service was good though.
Unicorn Dream Parfait ( RM 15.80) The Unicorn dream Parfait comes with the layered raspberry vanilla ice cream with the konyaku jelly, cornflakes, whipped cream, marshmallow and cinnamon coated churros loop. It comes beautiful sight and yet good.
Weekdays Set Meal: Kichitori Rice Bowl + Chawanmushi + Iced Lemon Tea (RM19.80) This hot rice bowl is topped with stir-fried spicy sauce chicken with caramelised onion, broccoli, carrot, onsen egg, spring onion, sesame and shredded ROSE. It was a great combination, I like the touch of slight sweet flavour from the sauce. Chawanmushi was well flavour, smooth and silky.
The food taste average but I do love the Pinko Smoothie!
It is an okay kopitiam. PS: visit here due to water disruption in Puchong.
Our favourite mee hoon (mee siam) is no longer as soft as I like it to be so maybe there won't be a next time as we will order nasi lemak instead.
Our favourite plate of mee siam costs MYR 10.85++ (MYR 12.58 nett) which is a little bit lower than the price with GST which is MYR 12.70 nett back in Nov 2015. The mee siam still tastes good with the taste of soybean paste (dou ban jiang / 豆瓣酱) and the texture of the mee hoon is soft but not mushy.
First thing I love about this coffee shop is the ambiance and the friendly and forever polite staffs.
Fishee Coffee is a fun cafe, filled with friendly vibes in a cheerfully colourful setting that's a bolt-hole for student-age patrons.
There are only 2 types of course menu to choose from. The 5-Course Journey menu is priced at Rm 260++ per pax, comes with 5 dishes of different sensations and it takes about 90 mins for the whole journey. The 8-Course Journey menu is priced at Rm 380++, you will be able to enjoy the full journey with 8 dishes, including amuse bouche and petit fours. This journey takes times about 120mins.
Reasons to visit Eat and Cook in Bukit Jalil: All dishes have their hero ingredients. On our journey, we particularly enjoyed the reimagining of assam laksa, sambal belacan, ikan bakar and kulim. All wines were standouts, but if after something particular, we recommend asking Agnel for his suggestions.
All in all, it was truly a pleasant dining experience at Eat and Cook.
The meals here (Japanese / Taiwanese) are nice, albeit price slightly higher. We like fish set meal the best.
Love the vibe and food served. It is Taiwanese Japanese food, simple and nice.
Cafe Ame Soeur is a unique looking restaurant with classy and interesting vintage French decorations. It is a boutique cafe that serves delightful meals and a wide range of cakes and desserts.
Overall, the owner splashed a lot of money and hard work to decorate the whole cafe to a unique style which we have to give extra credit on that. All they need to work on is their quality of their food to make sure this cafe to continue to get return customers instead of new customers. The only worthwhile for now is their drink which is fairly acceptable even though it is a little pricey. That's the tips for their astonishing design.
On my previous post, I've written about an outing with my friend, Angeline. We went to two cafes, New Chapter by The Owls and Ame Soeur. I've already written about New Chapter by The Owls on my previous post, so now on this post, I'll continue writing about another cafe, which is Ame Soeur.
Rose Latte was superb. It has a rich rose taste and it’s a must try for me in Peekaboo Cafe. Rose Latte @ RM 13
Good coffee. Average food. Reasonable price. Service is normal.
Totoro is in town. Want to enjoy cuddling big Totoro soft toy? Well make your way to Peep A Boo Coffee in Arked Esplaned, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. My neighbour Totoro is the Japanese animated fantasy film in 1988 about two sisters and their encounter with magical creatures and Totoro
Roast chicken thigh, siew yuk rice at MYR 7 nett, cham hot at MYR 1.80 nett and dry 3jc at MYR 7 nett. Not as many people as before mco
This dish is known to us as Sam Kan Choong pork noodle (dry). I believe Sam Kan Choong is the name of a shop that specializes in this dish and we just use this likespecific shop name to refer to this dish like how we use the word Colgate when we just mean toothpaste. It costs MYR 7 nett. The flat rectangular white pork balls, minced pork and slices of big sausages are what make this Sam Kan Choong dish.
For MYR2, I could only buy a piece of chee cheong fun (kosong) from a stall in Friendship Cafe. Back in 2014, the price is only MYR1.60 per piece. Not much nutritional value (just carb and sugar) but it does keep me full for at least 2 hours
Salted egg yolk soft shell crab with fried rice at MYR 19 nett for a standard portion. The rice is fried with salted egg yolk too so it has a fragrant creamy salted egg yolk taste which I like. I also like the texture of the rice which is soft. Surprisingly, I was indifferent to the soft shell crab. The salted egg yolk fried rice is enough for me.
The address: 21 Jalan Jalil Perkasa 14, Bukit Jalil. I have yet to try the food there because the lunch and dinner time is too late for me as I eat brunch around 10 am and dinner around 4 pm but runners may try out this cafe.
Shin Roasted Salmon Nigiri (RM12) Roasted salmon sushi with 5 different toppings each. The salmons were thickly cut and were incredibly fresh. The sushi rice was lightly seasoned with vinegar so it didn't cover the great taste of the sashimi. Basically, every bite of it was a mouthful of satisfaction.
A bowl of pork noodle at MYR 7.80 nett and a bowl of 4 meatballs at MYR 2 nett. The meatballs have dried cuttlefish taste so they are delicious!
At this price (RM7.50), it was a pleasant surprise for me that this noodle dish is very decent with many thin slices of pork belly, 2 pork meatballs, a few clumps of minced meat, 2 pieces of intestine, and a few leaves of cabbage, not to mention a few cubes of crispy deep fried lard (which I did not eat - what a waste I hear lard lovers say). I also like that the meehoon in my order is soft enough for me to enjoy without hurting my teeth.
Visited Munching Mob a few weeks ago , The cafe is located in Esplanad . Black wall , ceiling-to-floor windows facade , completed with few backyard tables & cushioned stools . cozy ambience that Munching Mob cafe having . Munching Mob is more like a neighbourhood cafe , cozy and welcoming , very much suitable for family crowd . From comfort food like Nasi Lemak Chicken to Curry Chicken Rice, Western fares such as Fish & Chips, Chicken Chop, light sweet selections including waffle and pancakes are worth discovered . Serving up their own version of American and Asian fusion cuisine .
Whenever I am in this area (Arked Esplanad Bukit Jalil), I would eat at Friendship Cafe (despite its name, it is just a common coffee shop with a few hawker stalls) or at On On Bak Kut Teh (another common coffee shop nearby). On this day, Friendship Cafe was closed and it was full house at On On Bak Kut Teh so we ended up in a proper cafe.
This is what we came for - the Banh Mi Thit Heo (RM8.80) - banh mi filled with grilled pork, coriander, pickled carrots and radish, and cucumber. The baguette was great - nice and crusty on the outside and soft and airy on the inside. The bread dough is made from scratch every morning using traditional Vietnamese techniques and ingredients. They were also generous with the grilled pork, tender with a sweetish glaze. It would be more satisfying though if this banh mi also came with egg (they have an option to add on egg, so we will do that next time). Overall it was a good banh mi and I spy a lot of other variety on their menu.
Chocolate Ganache Tart is quite compact, and the pastry feels like cookies. Taste wise is pretty good, but it is pretty hard to dismantle. The truffle Cream Cheese bagel is pretty big and soft,..
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Overall, I adore the olde charm of this delicate teahouse, as much as its exterior design which is reminiscent of The Lakehouse and The Smokehouse- both resorts are located at the pristine hill of Cameron Highland. So yeah, I do miss them very much and hope to be able to go back again soon!