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The ox tongue was stir fried with chili, garlic and marinated with mirin. Enjoyed the chewy texture and the right amount of heat from the chili!

Unfortunately RM9 doesn’t justify the portion. While the gizzards with a sweet honey soy flavour was delicious, paired perfectly with a squeeze of lemon and had the right chewiness, it could’ve been bigger.

Love this bowl of seafood goodness! Seared yellowtail fin fish, salmon, scallops and salmon roe on a bed of vinegar rice. Even the wasabi tasted freshly grated and went so well with the dish.

***Not my liking type of ramen, too much MSG that cause me feel thirsty after eating

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At RM20 & RM18 respectively, it might be a bit pricey to some but the matcha cream cheese goes well with the smoked salmon and sesame bagel. The nitro kombucha is hojicha based and tasted how a kombucha would taste like but with a added tea hint.

Average bara chirashi, proportion of rice to ingredient was significant lol. If you're craving for bara chirashi, this would hit the spot. I had the milk tea as well, while not too sweet it wasn't strong enough in my opinion. But overall, a nice casual spot for a Thai-Jap fusion meal.

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Totally underrated spot for coffee. The variety of beans from multiple roasters (a damn good seasonal line-up with the likes of Nylon, Cream, Seraph Awaken and Artisan) aside, this frothy mug is what to come for. The coffee beer is made with a black brew, honey and lots of foam. Flavour’s mildly bitter, but mostly sweet and smooth. Sort of a heady happy hour substitute if you like your beer a little sweet and non-alcoholic.


Quite reasonable at RM35.20, the Australian beef goes well with the sweet sesame sauce. Most interesting thing was the salted egg chawanmushi which was delish. All in all, a flavourful lunch.