No. 43, Jalan Kuchai Maju 7, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama
Kuala Lumpur 58200

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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(1) House recommended bullet proof white coffee (white coffee, condensed n evaporated milk and butter) served with Marie biscuits
Verdict - Coffee tasted sourish which is not common for white coffee

(2) Iced white coffee C (served separately - evaporated milk with ice and coffee with sugar)
gimmicky but still interesting
Verdict - Taste good, a tad too milky

(3) Kaya butter toast (served with Lurpak butter)
Verdict - The kaya lacks flavour and toast a tad too hard for my liking

Might return (probably after a long time) to try their luncheon meat egg bun or char siew bun

Nope, not all dish in this shop is nice. Not this curry mee. The soup base actually taste all right, but it was made a bit too lightly, and served at warm temperature, not sizzling hot. Apparently, not cooked on the spot, possibly all are ready made, everything just got mix up in a soup that is kept warm all the while. The thing that really made it bad is the Siu Yok and the Char Siew inside which has that stink taste like it is a meat that is has rotten. I am not very sure why is it so, but we basically couldn't swallow any of them in. Price: RM13.90, Food: 5/10

Hearty sandwich. With my favourite ingredient, egg and luncheon meat, in between well grilled white bread, simply delicious. Price: RM4.60, Food: 9/10

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There is so much going on in the fillings of this pastry but somehow the mixture of these ingredients makes it super addictive. This pastry is a combination of sweet and salty. The pastry itself is thin and flaky, crumbling almost immediately when u pick it up. Tough a little pricey (rm9 per piece), I would definitely come here again for this as the fillings are filled to the brim and really good traditional pastry are hard to get by nowadays.

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Thick rich curry sauce which coats your lips as you slurp up the mee. Very generous with their char siew and siew yok, I think rm13 is a reasonable price for a piping pot delicious meal.