You've just gotta try everything on the menu! Especially the prathas, lamb cutlets, sambal sotong, curry fish! It's also one of the rare places that serves fresh cow's milk.
Been wanting to try out this plate of red velvet pancakes for weeks, and I finally did. Honestly? I was quite disappointed. I thought it was quite small for the price, and although it tasted good, it was just too small. I also tried the waffles, and I thought that was quite nice.
RM5.30 for a decent portion of kampung fried rice, with generous serving of chicken cubes, kangkung and anchovies. [Halal]
Bacon themed cafe, with food ranging from Kimchi fried rice to Bacon carbonara and Bacon cheesecake. Their attentive waitress recommended their specialty- Bacon cheesecake and Uji matcha latte. The Bacon cheesecake was average, too sweet for my liking; especially when I expected the savoury bacon bits to balance the sweetness. Instead, the cake was served with caramelised bacon bits and caramel by the side. The Uji matcha latte was below expectations with thick foam and a powdery end to it.
All in all, the atmosphere and service was great but large room for improvement for their dessert and drinks.
Savoury Pie served, with hot, hearty & creamy toppings of mashed potatoes or peas & gravy just to make you irresistible to visit again.
Peach Crumble pie, a dessert pie that directly melt-in-your-mouth. The perfect complement of the sugary crust + vanilla ice-cream is unbeatable!
Always like to visit this cafe because almost everything from the menu are well cooked, with huge portion and taste so yum. found it is a bit underrated among the social network and i really highly recommended this place for lunch, or even for group gathering.
A newcomer in Damansara Uptown's madding crowd of dessert cafes, Shugatori banks on its easy-to-love honey toasts, pancakes and waffles to pique interest. Rejoice; it's a spanking new venue for a dessert day out with the girls! The signature here is customisable — Yin & Yang (RM27.90) can be either a thick toast or a waffle, and the outcome is a mishmash of charcoal and classic flavours, topped with fruit, ice cream and soft meringue. Also recommended is the Matcha Azuki Mousse (RM18) that gleams with a mirror glaze and satisfies with an infallible duo of green tea and red bean. If the weather calls for a drink, and you're anticipating a long walk back to your parking spot, a glass of Carbonated Lemonade (from RM12) is in order. Plus points for this dessert contender for such excellent service, even Burpple Tastemaker Alyssia couldn't help but mention it in her review!
Avg price per person: RM30
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Alyssia Yu
Nice cozy spot to chill with family and friends. They serve a range of delectable Korean bingsu, from traditional injeolmi bingsu to durian mango bingsu.
In picture: Black Sesame Bingsu w/ almond flakes and red bean (RM15.90). The texture of the shave ice is surprisingly flaky and soft, and has the right level of sweetness.
Apart from bingsu, they offer 100% natural ice cream and sorbet too. Though pricey for shaved ice, I would be back to try the other flavours.
If you're udon lover, you should really try out this place! Cold udon have always been my favourite. But sadly you don't see it in many Japanese restaurants. Pricing are mostly RM19.90.
Miru had opened for quite some time but still the hype is there, especially when they opened their second outlet at Pavilion. Was thought the outlet at Damansara Uptown will be less crowded but apparently the shop is still full of crowd, especially after dinner time. Food in frame: Shibuya Honey Toast (RM16), an original Shibuya Honey Toast topped with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. Plus it is coated with a thin layer of butter sugar on top, which actually enhance the flavor of the toast. I don't think there is any negative comment on the dessert since it is really delicious. However, regarding with the portion wise, it is better to share at least two people for a toast. And also they serve the free flow of jasmine tea for every customers. It would be good if the table is not that sticky.
Although it opened for quite some time but still it always full with people. Was totally full during my visit and I think it's should be a wise choice to sit outside rather than inside since it will be more crowded in a closed space. Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (RM10.50) served with the classic combination of coconut rice, sambal, anchovy, cucumber, egg and fried chicken leg. I think the price is acceptable as the chicken leg is huge and delicious. Just wish that their sambal could serve more. Just FYI, add on extra sambal will be charged for RM0.80. Moreover, their Teh Tarik is just nice to drink. Not too milky and over sweet. Still, get ready to queue if you pay a visit during lunch hour.