If you like slightly sweet savory perhaps caramelized juicy tender Charsiew, then SS2's "Toast & Roast" will be a perfect alternative.
Pork green curry seems something definitely worth sampling in the future.
Yessss, the char siew here was utterly yummy. Sweet and succulent, tender and juicy. Notice the size of each piece? Yea, the pieces of char siew here are large.
Pasta stirfried local style so it tastes like mee goreng. Very flavourful. From the ala carte menu, it costs MYR 15.80+ (6% SST = MYR 16.75 nett) from Brew House, SS2, PJ.
Customers do come here for the food and beer.
A portion of Moo Ping (3 sticks) for MYR 14.80 nett. The pork meat is well marinated, is very soft and pinkish though it was well cooked so I don't think I will order it again.
Verdict: A worthy addition of pork noodle place other than our usual one but I really hope that they can solve the unpleasant odour problem before my next visit.
Every thing was good except the soup base was a little too salty to my liking.
My order - dry horfun mee hoon at MYR 8.50 nett. There are pork slices the bowl of soup. Quite a decent pork noodles.
"Wake me Up" seems to offer a lot more food choice compared to "Augmented Cafe" (I think), but today I am just having a cuppa of Latte which is very nicely done by the owner/coffee barista.
Luckily for me, this cafe serves chicken and prawn hor fun in soup at MYR 9.80 nett. Decent enough except that the soup is rather oily.
Wake Me Up is a neighbourhood café that’s peaceful & simple that has a very family friendly vibe & home-made feel. There’s really nothing fancy or pretentious in their menu. It’s mainly set up to cater to the residents in the surrounding area since it’s located away from the main busy SS2 commercial…
Overall, the only thing I really enjoyed was BBQ-ing their skewered marshmallows (RM1 per skewer – 3 pieces) on the pit. I’ve never had such an evenly roasted marshmallows ever! The bill came up to RM106.80 for two. Though yes I did order both BBQ and steamboat, I left the place unsatisfied. I felt that it was rather pricey and the food wasn’t extraordinarily good to command such pricing. Give me Korean BBQ any day (and cheaper too!). Also, I noticed when paying, the area where they prepared the food wasn’t really clean and hygienic. Hence, with the above in mind, I probably wouldn’t come back again.
BBQ Bar is a newly opened barbecue place in SS2 that serves lamb, beef and pork meat. Meat will be the highlight of the shop in addition to many other different kinds of selection such as seafood,…
74, Jalan SS 2/60, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangoropen星期二15:00–01:00星期三15:00–01:00星期四15:00–01:00星期五15:00–01:00星期六11:00–01:00星期日11:00–01:00
My portion of kai see hor fun. The broth is thick and flavourful.
With the positive experience today, definitely will be back for the Roasted Pork and Charsiew Wanton Mee.
Ambiance: 6/10 Price: 6/10 Food: 6/10 Verdict: Try the curry noodles and kai si hor fun. Meats are a bit tough, so I’m hoping it’s just a one-off.
We ordered a steamed pork patty, bitter gourd with pork and a steamed tofu with pork minced. The pork patty and bitter gourd pork came with a bowl of rice. The portion of the foods were not too huge but enough to feed two persons. Taste wise, the pork patty had salted egg in it so it was good. Bitter gourd pork was also well braised and the thick sauce went well with the rice.
And to end the meal with a RM3 coffee caramel pudding (delicious). Where else in Petaling Jaya can you get this at this price?
My order: bitter gourd pork ribs dish and half a bowl of rice at MYR 11 nett. There are many pieces of bitter gourd in this dish which I like.
Overall it was really vibe and relaxing, a great place to yamcha with friends too!.
Nice place, quiet on weekdays and good service.
Menu-Script Restaurant & Music Bar is a restaurant offering acoustic during the dinner hour and local live bands later on. Serving more than 30 types of snacks that they call it "The Beer Partner" to blend with their draught beer freshly from the tap. The daily live band starts from 9pm till late night.
Yup, I wanted a bao burger and I got it. The charcoal bao was soft and ‘bouncy’, the patty was made up of a good chunk of boneless fried chicken with some mayo. I’d usually need some chili sauce to go with it but here, it was not necessary as it tasted good enough on its own.
My order: Nasi Lemak Mutton Curry - MYR 15.90 nett. Barley drink at MYR 3.50 nett. My total lunch costs MYR 19.40 nett. They have two versions of sambal - spicy and not that spicy. All of us chose the spicy ones because the not-that-spicy sambal is sweet rather than salty as told to us. Quite a decent nasi lemak. I find a few pieces of Star Anise in the mutton curry which I accidentally chewed and had to spit out which is quite troublesome. The mutton is tender enough but the curry is heavy with the taste of Star Anise which some people may not like. The plate has rattan patterns printed on it to pretend to be a rattan plate.