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Tucked in Bandar Sri Damansara, this two-storey cafe sports plenty of space for breakfast with the family, as well as quiet corners for those looking to get some work done. On food, expect hearty comfort eats like pastas, sandwiches and a not-to-be-missed signature Beam Nasi Lemak (RM16.50). Served with curry chicken and sweet, spicy sambal, it's a true blue Malaysian breakfast — best washed down with the fragrant Cold Brew (RM10).
Photo by Burppler Carmen Lai


I’ve heard great things about the nasi lemak here so I was very eager to try! Not overly spicy, the chicken curry is creamy and very fragrant (the menu claims it’s made with more than 20 types of spices), while the sambal was punchy and slightly tangy (still trying to figure his out). My favourite thing on the plate has to be the pickled tomatoes and the uber crunchy baby ikan bilis!


Ever wonder why this particular dish is often sold out during the day? It’s because every little thing on the plate including the sambal & the curry were prepared from scratch with more than 20 kinds of spices and not to forget the basmati rice were cooked with fresh santan cream! Good for a quick meal.


Ever had a pudding in a salad? Salad comprises of lettuce, muesli, mixed fruits, bread crumbs and with a yogurt dressing. Overall was okay, but there was a salty peppery element that I didn't quite like, probably from the crumbs. Pudding texture and flavours was good but I rather it wasn't in the salad.


The industrial style cafe in the industrial area of bandar sri damansara.

Here's the pandan waffle with maple syrup


They close at 7pm. Cakes were small & expensive. Coffee is good.