A hidden gem in Puchong serving up Malaysian's favourite breakfast - toast, eggs, nasi lemak and coffee. Besides that, they do have pasta dishes and daily set lunch (RM8.50) that changes daily.
In frame: Roti bakar (RM2.20), half boiled eggs (RM2.80) and kopi o (RM2.50). Absolutely loved it. Bread was generously slathered with kaya and butter, perfect eggs and piping hot coffee. Would have preferred the long rectangular bread instead though.
Tucked away in a quiet street near popular hiking spot in Puchong lies one kool kopitiam that could easily be anyone’s favourite hidden gem! It’s got the look of a modern cafe sans the hefty price tag, serving up local breakfast favourites on the cheap. A meal here will set you back for less than RM10. You can belanja your parents here and earn approving nods from them. Mum would love their nasi lemak bungkus (RM2) for their spicy sambal. I love love love the roti goyang (RM4.5), hainanese toast lathered in margarine and topped with kampung half boiled eggs. Damn. Just died and gone to Heaven. Anything with good eggs make me soft on the knees. Their exposed concrete floors and open doors invite lots of cool morning air, making this place a really chill and all round nice place to sit back, relax and enjoy your breakfast in the morning.
This has a more pronounced prawn and chicken flavor which reminded me of maggi noodles. It's lighter on the palette without the sourness of Assam. Weirdly satisfying, though I still love my Assam laksa more!
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Cheap and good. I love their 流沙包 and 小笼包. Definitely coming back for more -J
At the residence area opposite Mont Kiara Shoplex lies a Japanese restaurant by the poolside. Who knew there would be a restaurant there, eh?
The place was already half full at the time of arrival. I ordered the Teppanyaki Set (RM42.90) to cure those hungry rumblings. Served with a salad side, chawan mushi, miso soup, rice and two watermelon slices, the meal was satisfyingly filling. I would recommend finishing off with a scoop of green tea ice cream (RM5.30) for something cooling.
Protip: You’ll have to take a short walk from the visitors carpark to the restaurant. All you have to do is to follow the signs that show the way to the poolside and you’ll be there in no time!
No choice but to order the kolo mee & tomato kueh teow instead. That alang alang feeling.. 😧😧😧 #takepicha #dinewithannna #livetoeat #kolomee #7thmilekitchen #kelanajaya #food #foodie #foodpic #foodphotography #foodstagram #foodgasm #foodspotting #burple