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Gin based cocktail shaken with finest French Citadelle, yellow chartreuse liqueur, dash of orange bitter and lemon twist for garnish. If you’re a gin and tonic fan, this would be one of those drink that you’ll enjoy. Smooth, citrusy and opens up your palate. RM42 per glass.

Sipping cocktail doesn’t seems right in a whiskey bar that houses more bottles than you could imagine, however their French Martini is something that makes you return for more. A vodka based cocktail shaken with pineapple juice, raspberry liquor garnish with a fresh raspberry. Easy light drink that opens up your palate before going into something more serious. It’s an off the menu item. RM 47 per glass.

The shop really mean it, it is really salty. Great as a bar food, but definitely need to share by a group. Don't expect you can finish this by your own, you will be eating way too much salt if you did. Price: Unsure, but you can expect RM80 per pax if you are having proper me and drinking, Food: 9/10

Ok the pavlova sedap gila sorry idk what a real pavlova is supposed to be like or whatever but this thing is sedap nak mampus and has a lot of fruits so I like lah okei.

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Ok the ravioli is nice. It's pumpkin with lemon butter (if not mistaken). The flavours balance each other out. Will eat this again.

Having served the community with amazing joe for over five years now, this TTDI cafe needs no introduction. Let the chart on the wall guide your decision on what to drink — coffee, tea or chocolate. Those who like their cuppa intense should get the Long Black (RM7.40). If not, take a chance on the Filter Coffee (RM12.70) — it never fails us. The kitchen doles out simple breakfast grub like the Eggs & Toast (RM13.80), Bagel Kosong (RM8.50) and Pancake Tampal (RM12.70).
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So apparently the owner of this cosy beer bar is brewing his own stuff – there’s teh tarik (yet to try) flower ale and even a lemongrass one. I loved this pandan ale; you’ll get soft hints of the fragrant plant after each sip. And a glass is so affordable too! Adding this to my list of fav places for a drink.

A nice change from the usual gin & tonic. Personally, I tasted the coconut more than the gin. Big glass for the price.

This is RM25.

Whether you’re here for late night eats or for a banana leaf rice lunch, this mamak-restaurant in Bangsar has it all. In the day, customers flock upstairs for air-conditioning and Devi's famed Banana Leaf Rice (RM7.50) — best paired with Devi’s Chicken Sambal (RM12). When the curry bucket reaches your table, always go with the robust crab curry, banjir-style. Come suppertime, the simple and tasty Maggi Goreng (from RM6) and Cheese Naan (from RM7) will satisfy.
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There's almost always a queue at this banana leaf rice joint but rest assured, the wait is worth it. The crowd is here for the Banana Leaf Rice (RM9.50), served with irresistible sides like the famous fried bitter gourd. Make sure to ask for an extra portion (RM2) of the crunchy, addictive fritter — you can thank us later. If there’s still tummy space, consider the Fried Sotong (from RM10), Coriander Chicken (RM7) or the Mutton Masala (from RM12) — all flavour-packed delights.
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