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A change from the usual squid ink pasta. It comes with soft shell crab too.

So you get squid ink rice fried with chopped long beans. The rice was a bit mushy for me. It also doesn’t have much taste, probably needs to be eaten together with the soft shell crab. There was also a fried egg, which wasn’t the usual type that you get. This one is kinda tiny. Not sure I would have this a 2nd time.

This is RM28.

The talented team behind Kenny Hills Bakers take on Vietnamese, Thai and French-inspired cooking in this new stylish concept at Republik. Lunch specials (from 11am to 3pm) range from elevated classics from the Nam Signature Roast Duck Rice (RM28) to the Grilled Chicken Banh Mi (RM24) and the no-fail Nam Beef Pho (from RM30) with choice of black Angus ribeye or beef short ribs. The night brings out French flavours that are great for sharing — think Foie Gras Parfait (RM46) and a tender Tamarind Braised Beef Cheeks (RM58) served with kale and orange and carrot puree. End it all off on a sweet note with their traditional Crepe Suzette (RM28) doused in caramelised orange butter and housemade vanilla ice cream.

This is one of the best and exquisite eggplant dish I’ve had. Jasper-grilled whole Australian eggplant topped with saikyo miso cream, pistachio dukkha and lime at the side. The Kyoto white miso cream enhance the flavour in the soft eggplant and the pistachios gives more texture to it. RM32 per serving.

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Escargots serve in a croquette form is a first for me. Entier’s interpretation of escargot à la Bourguignonne, sphère crispy potato dip with herbs garlic butter or aioli sauce. The land snails doesn’t really has taste in general and it does taste bland if eaten alone in the croquettes. RM38 per serving.

Lovedddd their scones, canalés and Madeleine! I could come and have their coffee and bakery everyday.

A good cuppa coffee is all you need as a stress reliever.

If you’re on a carb free diet, this is probably not your thing. But if you like fresh loaf like me, it is worth breaking the rules. Soft fluffy sourdough with a good crisp on the outer layer pair with their housemade Kombu Butter.

Snapper Ceviché(RM35) with radish, birds eye Chili, caviar, herb oil topped with rye crisp. I wish it was more “cooked” in more citrus dressing. Having it with a glass of Mercat Cava Brut(RM28).

This might not look like one of those appetising dishes you might order but it tasted really awesome. Charred white cabbage served with a bed of miso cream. Probably one of the most flavourful cabbage dish I’ve tasted. RM18 per serving.

Two slices of seared duck breast served on top of a carrot purée with some demi glace sauce. The duck breast is a bit over cooked which and their demi glace was under season. RM42 per serving.

Chicken chop on top of fried rice. While the chicken chop is mediocre, the fried rice tasted like it was bought off a convenient store. Never paying an exorbitant price for mediocre food again.