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It’s been a while since I had a meal here but good to know everything’s still tasty! This fried chicken is perfect from its crispy and peppery skin to the succulent meat it coats. The dish is served with a side of creamy mashed potatoes in housemade country brown gravy and peas (I switched to coleslaw).

Fruity, light and very aromatic! Can always trust the guys at Artisan Roast Coffee to make delicious cups of filter coffee. You’ll have to wait a little while for this (even more so on a busy day) but it’s so worth it!

The best kind of breakfast includes bread and coffee, and you can get a scrumptious bagel and coffee set for only RM11! I love this new bagel topped with herbs, sesame seeds and what tastes like cheese (I could be wrong). It’s served with butter and homemade labneh (yoghurt). It’s RM8 on its own and RM11 with black coffee or red tea.

There are plenty of changes (for instance, all-day RM5 food PLUS drink specials are a thing now, which, wow, hello crazy valuetown), but the overarching guiding principle remains the same: honest, simple food with as much as possible made in-house. It still works, for the most part. And please don't ask how we adjudicate the honesty and simpleness of food. We just use these words fam, our boss gives them to us

On to the new menu then. There's the nasi lemak set (sambal - mild in spiciness but punchy in flavour, plump ikan bilis, unfortunately mushy rice) which, again, RM5 for this and tea, sooooo yeah. There's the spinach soup (which we loved, so chunky and texture-y). And the fish and chips (tenggiri when we tried, siakap soon apparently. Lovely light batter. Perfectly cooked flaky flesh. Probably one of the best fish and chips around, to our pleasant surprise). There's a Radjmari pasta (great with the nutmeg and lime leaves!), and a spicy Thai spaghetti (really fierce, unforgiving spiciness, and some al dente pasta. Delectable). And the green curry chicken (super tender chicken, subtle but comforting curry). And, of course, there are a couple of dishes that don't hit quite the same heights. Looking at you, curry laksa (the subdued, muted flavour made us long for Ho Li Chow), honey mustard chicken (interesting Nestum coating but unfortunately the meat came out a bit dry), and burnt cheesecake (decent, not great). We wrapped up with dessert. The rum raisin nut-aholic is still excellent. Plump, plump raisins. And that waffle! Lovely homemade peanut butter. Excellent waffles with that slight hint of tangy sourness right at the end. Not as crispity crunchy on the outside as the first visit, but hey it's still great. Oh, and we had a luxurious, luscious Ovaltine brownie. Love the crunchy bits around the edges. Yum.

Overall verdict? Still very good. Now imagine if they had those RM5 set meals around Masjid Jamek too... #Foodgazer #instayum #instayummy #foodshot #goodeats #makan #gastronomy #dailyfoodfeed #yougottaeatthis #tastespotting #theartofplating #foodography #tastingtable #burpple

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The hor fun and chicken are so smooth! Soup is not overpowering, and gives way for the chicken to shine. The “sui kau” dumpling was okay. I hear the prawn wantan is better, so if you come here try to get that instead.

I always come out feeling satisfied from Madam Chiam. As a native Cheras-ian, this has been my go to chill pan mee for years. There’s something so simple about it but yet the flavours are great and the texture is extra creamy. A small sized bowl is never enough.