Eggyolk affogato is warm and gooey then starts to solidify upon contact with ice cream.
Sweet and savoury at the same time.
Fans of this bakery restaurant in Taman Desa will rejoice to know that their new outlet opens this month at the much more accessible The Starling mall. This space is much bigger, with lots of natural light and potted plants for a tranquil vibe. The large wooden tables are great for families while those dining alone may enjoy some company at the communal marble table. Red Kettle is known for comfort food — you can fill up on a Porky Bowl (RM19) with rice, roast pork and runny egg, or turn to their freshly baked Bread Basket (RM16). Order our newfound favourite, the Chicken Bakar N Rice (RM21). Redolent of galangal and lemongrass, the chargrilled chicken leg hits the spot with flavoured rice and a green chili dip. Save the adventurous spirit for dessert — a Bacon Cheesecake (RM16) topped with salted caramel sauce presents a pleasant sweet-savoury surprise. The restaurant is also working on a chic coffee bar, where one will be able to customise their own blend of roasted beans for a cuppa.
Avg price per person: RM30
Why I love it so much you ask?
Because they lightly battered the soft shell crab and the pasta is tossed with ever so heavenly, Blue Swimmer Crab jus!
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I'm very picky with my pork chops. I don't like em dry. And Red Kettle promises just that! Their homemade sauce compliments the meat so well, along side with the perfectly cooked split peas!
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"My love for ice cream emerged at an early age- and has never left."- Ginger Rogers.. That's exactly how I felt with food and especially with ice cream which is the food we associated with fond memories.. This parlor which is located at the same stretch as the Farm to plate and Uovo is quite a welcoming sight as it's a great place to end your day or meal with a bowl of satisfying scoop of ice cream.. This place does reflects its name and they offer as the name suggests ice cream desserts and coffee.. Do note that they only have ice cream flavours made by the land of the lord of the rings (New Zealand).. Its a premium ice cream brand that is also available on the shelfs of the supermarkets.. The moment we walked into this parlor of delicious things, we notice that it has a laid back vibe to it as everything is clean, simple and spacious.. They have indoor and outdoor seating as well.. The main attention would be the long stretch of every imaginative ice cream flavour laid out for your eyes to feast on! After much decision and trying out; yes they do allow you to taste test it out before deciding on one! Finally, I chose to be with blood Orange with raspberry sorbet (RM8) to end my night of feasting! Well it's really an interesting pairing as the blood Orange brought out the acidity and strong citrusy notes alongside with a hint of sweetness from the raspberries that is the only hard texture you get when you eat the Sorbet! It's really a great palate cleanser also just abit steep on its price.. It's still worth the scoop to have
Find Kompassion in quiet Damansara Kim for yummy Thai food with an international spin. The same team behind myElephant runs this eatery and the standards show! Warm lighting and sprawling tables provide a cosy ambience that's perfect for dinner with a few friends. Make it on a rainy night, when it will be perfect to enjoy the claypot Fish Special Tom Yum (RM50) laden with succulent fish fillets and mushrooms. Pair this with the thick, savoury Hang Laey Pork Curry (RM35). For a wholesome meal option, the Nasi Campur Special (RM28.90) is a hit. Brown rice is boosted by the best of their enticing menu — hang laey pork, green curry, fried chicken, fried egg and a bowl of tom yum. If you're here in the day, this foolproof order comes at an affordable RM18.90 for the daily lunch special! On desserts, the Mango Sticky Rice (RM18) features a fragrant pandan gelato, giving the traditional dessert a refreshing edge.
Avg price per person: RM30
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Sok Chien
This Damansara Uptown joint is the Kelantanese restaurant's first offshoot in KL and for an authentic taste of their namesake dish, you will not be disappointed here. Bring a friend for the East Coast experience, and for company — it's a long walk from the nearest parking area. Have the staple nasi dagang, gravy-laden brown rice with a variety of proteins to choose from. The traditional pick is a Gulai Ikan Tongkol (mackerel tuna curry, RM8.90). Cooked in a spicy coconut gravy, the meaty fish has none of that unpleasant fishy taste and is a constant crowd pleaser. But we also heard great things about the Kelantanese Beef Rendang (RM9.90) that's light-bodied yet just as flavourful, if not more than the local variant. If you're not a stickler for tradition, opt to beef up your nasi dagang with rendang. For a full-on feast, get the Ultimate Nasi Dagang Capital (RM18.90) abundantly served with a portion of each side dish.
Avg price person: RM20
Photo by Burppler Joe Ching
Absolutely delicious! Juicy soft shell crab with crab pieces tossed in the pasta.
Finally made it to Lat tali lat to try out their lamb and aligot dish. The mash tasted AMAZING! Super generous with the cheese, leaving it gooey and smooth. The lamb was really tender, slid right off the bone and was perfectly marinated. The price was even more unbelievable at only RM30. OH! Do try out their glass noodle salad (the GNS @ RM10). Super refreshing and bear in mind that it's a huge portion! Unfortunately, this lamb dish is not in their menu and they only catered it for a special event upon request. Things to try out: GNS, buttermilk udon and buttermilk chicken rice! All below RM20! *closed on tuesdays
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.
The Yin & Yang waffle (RM21.90) is one of their best seller, consisted of two half of charcoal and classic waffles, came with minty mango and strawberry compote, roasted almond nib, meringue crisps and a scoop of premium vanilla ice cream. Compare with other waffle, it is crispy kinda texture, similar like waffle from 'I.S.'. However, I think the waffle might be tasteless without the mango and strawberry. A bit pricey, not really a best waffle place to me based on my preference. The place is full house during my visit even though it is weekday.