The Pu’er Soufflé Pancake (RM18) here is a delight - light, fluffy and comparable to the ones we had in Neighbour’s Coffee Bar.
The Pu’er Soufflé Pancake (RM18) here is a delight – light, fluffy and comparable to the ones we had in Neighbour’s. The subtle pu’er taste of the ice-cream complements the vanilla syrup, while the crunchy granola bits add texture to the airy soufflé.
We had Baked Eggs with Chorizo (RM26), and this was clearly a crowd favourite as every other table seemed to order this too. The eggs had a nice consistency, spread over a bed of minced beef/chorizo with a marinara base, it reminded me of lasagna without the filling pasta sheets. It was an excellent choice for us girls who didn’t want something too heavy as we used the toasts to scoop up the beefy goodness.
Overall, I was satisfied with the food in Flakes. There could be room for improvement since croissants are their highlights. Flakes can be crowded at times, I would recommend you to make a reservation before you go because I had to wait for 25mins to get a table on Monday. Do check out Flakes if you are looking for a satisfying brunch with good scrambled eggs!
Overall that I find the croissant series is so so only over the hype that had been created. Not flaky, fragrant and seems like bake twice. It could be not my choice of croissant and of course to many of you out there. this place is out for me.
Having said that Flakes forte are in freshly bake croissants, with great thought process, they came out with variety of flavors to cater the market demand. Ranging from original butter croissant to Niko Neko Matcha croissant. Price of each croissant varies depending on its flavor, so do check them out at their counter. My favorite croissant goes to the Niko Neko Matcha croissant, I'm a big fan of matcha and they managed to craft it well to my personal preference.
Reasons to visit Gooddam, The Hub SS2: reasonably priced three-course dinner menu; compact but thoughtful Italian wine selection; exciting original recipes well-executed and expertly crafted.
Verdict Another affordable course meal that you can enjoy around Petaling Jaya area. Young talents with great aspiration of creating fine food, inspired by modern Italian. Summary favorites will be the Mousse Tartlets (mouth orgasm), Grilled Pork Belly and follow by the Cold Scallop Crudo.
Too obsessed with the tree feature. ENOUGH!
An authentic carbonara was attempted but they ended up with a slightly scrambled egg pasta. Pasta was al dente and had a nice texture. Rendang was fragrant and sweet on its own so with the pasta, it was an okay pairing - not too weird. The moment the pasta plate was placed on the table, I had to snicker at the chunks of visibly overcooked egg. This place is halal so an 100% authentic carbonara would've been impossible but in all honesty, I was expecting a cream based 'American carbonara'.
Our favorites were the nasi lemak and lasagna. The breakfast set, waffles with tomyam eggs and Four Seasons Omelette were pretty run-of-the-mill. We find the waffles too doughy and not crispy enough to achieve the moreish factor. The nasi lemak was very well executed and has a tick on all the boxes.
What do We Like about Half & Hafu? -The signature drink was tasty. We would like to go back to try other specialty drink -The iced americano was strong -We liked the vibe, partly the coffeebar was not noisy during our visit -Ample parking space within The Hub
Must-try specialty drink – Half & Hafu, a concoction of espresso, chocolate, dry bitter orange and milk
“To get a wāifu, take your girlfriend for coffee at Half & Hāfu.”- a ThokohMakan haiku. Love this space in The Hub SS2.
As I am refraining from deep fried food due to a dry throat, I chose the safest option which is chicken with rice at MYR 16.90 nett. The rice portion is just a bit too much for me but I managed to finish all. The rice was not enough for my friends who ordered another rice dish.
Verdict: Good food good portion, wallet friendly and comfortable dining environment, certainly love to make a return if I need simple comfort food like these.
Sake broth with thin noodle and pork schnitzel at MYR 18.90 nett. The thin noodle is similar to non-salty mee suah. There are 3 pieces of pork schnitzel - schnitzel means a deep fried thin piece of meat coated in breadcrumbs. It is similar to tonkatsu. I like the sake broth - it is light but tastes like it has a lot of cooking wine in it, so very fragrant.
I guess we can come back since we both enjoyed the food here.
Salmon soup rice meal at MYR 19+ (MYR 20.14 nett). The rice is soaked in the soup. I think I prefer this meal so I will order this salmon soup rice the next time we eat here.
Trying out Mango Cheese cake – turns out not my favourite as the texture is quite unique for me.
Peanut Banana Cake, 15 ringgit Upon tasting it – I’ve discovered that this is da’ bomb! Check out those layers. You’d first get a generous portion of dense, moist banana cake. Then, a thick layer of peanut butter, followed by bits of bananas filled with thick, gooey chocolate spread and this layers are repeated to make up the second half. Drool, that was what I did throughout. Drooooool!
Reasons to visit Little Pig PJ: charming setting; excellent menu of contemporary Spanish tapas with some Asian twists; must order the Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao, Roasted Cauliflower, Duroc Pork Belly Paella, and don’t miss the LP Mini Burger & Fries for dessert.
Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao Impressive Juicy Bao! I love how this juicy bao is made where one can enjoy the awesomelicious bao which is packed with the creamy touch of pork belly and ell with it. The bread comes fluffy with the crispy-licious bun. Awesome and perfect!
By reading the description in the menu, it is definitely one of a must order item for me. Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao @ RM 34 – 2 Homande bao with Spanish Duroc, Pork Belly, Dutch Eel, Pickled Cauliflower, Teriyaki Sauce, Egg Yolk gel. Not your usual bao that it use tecnical skils to craft on it. With the egg gel on the top and stacks of flavours is just pretty spot on!
Slightly disappointed with the BBC and Coffee Orange. The butter fish rice is good.
If seafood is more your thing, there’s Miss Dory (RM22.50), comprising breaded and deep fried to golden perfection fish fillet, battered squid, citrus-cucumber onion salad, potato pumpkin mash, roasted cherry tomatoes and homemade sriracha mayo lime. All the flavours and textures — the crunchy from the fish and squid, the soft and smooth pumpkin mash plus the tangy cherry tomatoes and mayo lime — come together wonderfully.
Well, my first dishes; Lethal Shrooms. It is one of the signature of their specialty crepes. Once I bite this crepes, the taste is quite good. So Yummy! Inside the crepes, a various of the portions combined together such as a mixture of mushrooms: portobello, shimeji & baby king oyster mushrooms, tomato relish, spinach, caramelised onions and poached eggs with balsamic reduction. This crepes is the best taste ever I experienced.
☕️ 𝐓𝐔𝐉𝐎𝐇 𝐂𝐀𝐅𝐄́ @ 𝐒𝐄𝐊𝐒𝐘𝐄𝐍 𝟏𝟕 ☕️🎉 𝑭𝒖𝒍𝒍 𝒂𝒓𝒕𝒊𝒄𝒍𝒆 𝒉𝒆𝒓𝒆 ➙ https://bit.ly/2H0ffIDThis cosy café is located here 👉🏻 https://goo....
Daging steak dia pun lembut. Masak secukup rasa. Makanan yang saya order fish & chips pun macam tak larat habis. Dan yang penting apabila saya potong fish & chips dia tidak pecah berderai. Ada setengah kedai ikan dia pecah jadi susah nak makan.
Chicken Wrap Set Lunch at MYR 12 nett. Tastes decent.
Was not disappointed with Food Foundry and certainly eager to check-out its sister operation "Butter + Beans at 17" as well as "Feeka Coffee" by Asian Age Group, the earlier in Happy Mansion as well and later in KL.
Seabass - MYR 26+ (6% GST = MYR 27.56 nett) at Food Foundry, Happy Mansion, PJ. The portion is just right for me.
Overall, nice place to hang out makan dan borak borak. Tapi jangan kuat sangat, nanti orang pandang !
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! This is Max’s favourite for years, and it remained consistently good.
#八打灵再也 #Cendol #RojakPJ Section 17有名的路边 #Cendol & #Rojak，Cendol还在用人工搅冰器来搅冰，料给很足，最近还多了 #D24榴莲Cendol，Rojak也很不错，据说已经有差不多40年历史，驾车路过可以试试🍨！【PJ Section 17 Cendol &...
The location wasn't very desirable but I would consider it as hygienic enough for rotating vans. Since the weather was pretty sunny and hot, some of the customers opt. to eat in their own cars, with the air conditioning as a hideout from the scorching sun. The portion was somewhat large as you can see below. We ended up with the basic Rojak Telur with the price of RM 4.50. I would say that the best part of the rojak was its lightly spicy sauce and the ever-amazing tauhu.
My eyes lit up the moment I had a spoonful. The chicken is so tender that its meatiness didn’t get to me, a fussy eater. I usually don’t like meaty chicken because the marinate doesn’t seep into the inner part of the meat, so it comes off bland and dry. Not this one. The char siew was the-right-amount charred on the outside, tender on the inside, and it freaking melts in the mouth! What is this magic?! Even the char siew from Village Roast Duck (relatively pricier restaurant) is hard and unenjoyable... I do love their duck meat and crispy pork though. The char siew chunks were thicker than my liking, but because it was so soft and I must say this again, melts in the mouth, I didn’t mind the thickness at all. Aside from the sweet glaze it was marinated with, the uncle will finish off the presentation with more sweet sauce poured onto the char siew. It’s not too sweet, but sweet enough that when mixed with the flavourful rice, it becomes addictive.
Overall, for me; this is a WanTon Mee stall which is a possible re-visit in the future.
Broth is not too coconuty nor oily and a small plate of extra sambal is provided. Great stuff, although 滑鸡 Chicken would have been perfect (Chicken floss was the replacement)!
Banana leaf rice is a must try and I would recommend to try out their fried chicken, ayam varuval, kambing varuval, tauhu sambal, spicy prawn, ikan tenggiri, ikan kerisi, sotong goreng, thosai and don't miss out their roti canai which is very fluffy and savory.
Bos belanjer makan petang.. sempena perpisahan salah seorang maid kesayangan beliau.Famous fish head curry restaurant:Kanna Banana Leaf Curry House, Section ...
My portion: A few pieces of poppadom, 1 piece of deep fried tenggiri (mackerel) fish, 3 small prawns, banana leaf rice (small portion), default 3 vegetables dishes with a bit of each 5 types of curry gravy. A satisfying meal despite the curried radish being too salty (MYR 17.25 nett). I did not order a drink because I know I would be too full to eat and drink at one sitting.
☕️ 𝐁𝐔𝐓𝐓𝐄𝐑 + 𝐁𝐄𝐀𝐍𝐒 @ 𝐇𝐀𝐏𝐏𝐘 𝐌𝐀𝐍𝐒𝐈𝐎𝐍 𝐏𝐉 ☕️🎉 𝑭𝒖𝒍𝒍 𝒂𝒓𝒕𝒊𝒄𝒍𝒆 𝒉𝒆𝒓𝒆 ➙ https://bit.ly/2Ht9MdZ This cosy café is located here ?...
Note - limited seat indoors (7 tables) and outdoors (3 tables + 4 counter seats) - more a coffee place with limited cakes & pastries - came on Sun, 2.30pm and got an outdoor table but later moved to indoor table - nice place to chill on a hot Sunday afternoon
The Cafe also offers a variety of beverages including Coffee Mock-tail, Signature Coffee, and Espresso-Based Coffee.
Pesto Pasta with Onsen egg lunch set at MYR 15.90 nett
I only had eyes, however, for the Cheezy Meltdown (RM19). The sandwich was all I had hoped for – cheesy goodness with a good balance of textures. The cheese tasted a lot like the KFC cheese sauce, and got a little overwhelming after a while. Even one slice was very filling. If you’re a small eater, I suggest getting this to share.
No better way to say I love you, than wagyu. We enjoyed our Wagyu NY Strip MB01 and Angus flanksteak from Grub by Ahong & Friends.
Don’t be fooled by its shop appearance and weird name, they actually serve one of the best steak in town at an affordable price. We are lucky to get a buy 1...
Verdict: With quite a high expectation to Grub and my dining experience was nothing less than spectacular. With such an affordable price tag, I have totally no complaint on the quality of the steak that I’ve tried (my dining companion had the Wagyu Rumpsteak Picanha and she loves it too).
Another lunch of coconut and pad thai. This pad thai is not that sweet so it tastes very good.
"Streat Thai" and not (Street) Thai, is all about Thai street food (also one at Tesco Puchong), the establishment also offers Online Order and Delivery services!
At Streat Thai, they dub it ‘Tom Yum Wow’. H&I got a pot for two to share. (RM42.90). Aside from crab meat sticks and chicken balls, the mix was also topped with fried chicken wings which still retained a slight crispiness even after soaking in the soup. Served separately were fried fish fillets which were nice and moist. Salty, crispy, springy, savoury – what more can one ask for?