Burping For Lunch!

Burping For Lunch!

Featuring Huckleberry Food & Fare, 103 Coffee Workshop (Sri Petaling), Proof Cafe & Sky Lounge, Franco (The Curve), Panchos (Mid Valley Megamall)
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Grilled chicken with a rather sweet and spicy sauce. If the word "volcanic" scares you, not to worry because it was a forgivable level of spiciness.
There was a significant taste of spices that I don't really know but it was just like sambal chicken.
Tender and juicy grilled thighs, definitely a white meat pleaser. Served with a side of potato salad, and fresh salad. Initial choice was a side of fries but you can always opt for your preferred choice and the kitchen will definitely accommodate you.
Not much to shout about as its really an average chicken dish. My mother who ate with me was not impressed. Flavorful, but mediocre.
Food: 5/10 Price: 5/10 (RM 25)

Been looking for a place at Chipotle like in the States? Now you can get something really similar at Mid Valley on the new Mezzanine Floor at South Court!
A choice of burritos, burrito bowls, soft and hard tacos, nachos, and a lot more! Also a choice of protein filling that you like from beef and chicken meat. Their Ramadhan Special is the beef rendang that tasted quite delicious too!
I had the burrito bowl and they are very willing to cater to your demands if you'd like to customise your bowl. I really love the blend of taste and how appetising everything was.
Next, the burrito is with the Ramadhan special, Beef Rendang. Although not very authentic but it was delicious. The beef rendang could do a little more spice. However, it was definitely a very filling wrap! 😅 The difference between a burrito bowl and the burrito is the latter is wrapped in soft tortilla wraps the former is not (gluten free). Usual mix of a burrito are rice, cheese, choice of protein, beans, pico de gallo, lettuce, and sour cream.
Of course you can omit things that you don't want or have some things on the side as you wish. Like I did with the burrito bowl, I omitted rice and sour cream because I don't like sour cream in nature, had pico de gallo and guacamole on the side.
Definitely lesser choices and variety than Chipotle, USA. But it's fairly close. Checkout their Instagram for their menu!

Choice of brown rice, wholewheat tortilla, and an add on of guacamole to make your food healthier and tastier.
Extra points for delicious pico de gallo and guacamole with the texture of a smooth ice cream! 😝 Food: 7/10 Price: 7/10 (RM 16.90 for both burrito and burrito bowl; extra charges - RM 3.90 for guacamole, RM 1.20 for whole wheat tortilla, RM 1.60 for brown rice)


A mix of crisps romaine, baby spinach, rocket, broccoli, peas, beetroot, quinoa, mango, pomegranate, and avocado, topped with walnuts and seeds. Dressed with Huckleberry's organic honey mustard homemade dressing.
It was also freshened up from all the greens with the great Cs; cucumbers, carrots and cherry tomatoes.
I had the dressings on the side to avoid the salad being soaked and drenched in them. I do appreciate the freshness of the vegetables and nicely steamed then chilled broccoli. The mangoes fooled us for cheese as they were semi-hard in texture and cut into cubes, just like fresh cut Parmesan.
Love the dressing and also because I was in control of the dressings, it was just right at every bite.
Nothing much to say about a salad really. Everybody can make this at home with quality ingredients. And well, salads basically taste green, healthy, and fresh! 😅 Food: 6/10 Price: 6/10 (RM 25.90 - I was never really a fan of salad prices in restaurants but there's always the difference of crisps and freshness in the lettuces when somebody prepares it for you)

NOT a generous amount of chicken. Very disappointed as the food I had was totally the opposite of what the menu claimed.
Good pasta and flavor, yes. But not generous nor something to shout about or 'H' recommended. I did order everything that's recommended by the kitchen that day (indicated by 'H' next to the dish on the menu) but I was disappointed by some, like this for example.
More room for improvement!
Food: 6/10 Price: 6/10 (RM 28.90 - food does cost a bomb and rather overpriced here because of the "organic" ingredients maybe?) P.S. A lady (long hair) at the pastry counter as well, speaks rather bluntly and loud until it comes out as rude. Very shocked and disappointed when she switched tone and attitude when she faced a foreign customer. Please be fair and respect your customers of every age, gender, and race. Thank you @myhuckleberrykl

This was one of my favorite that day because it's really a nice comfort food! Mash potatoes, delicious sautéed onion brown sauce, peas and their chewy chicken sausage.
Something easy for a light lunch or brunch. Peas were cooked to perfection. They call the peas petit pois, which I googled is called peas as well. Fancy smancy.
Although the sausage wasn't as crunchy, the whole dish compliments one another. Delicious at every bite.
Food: 8/10 Price: 6/10 (RM 25.90 (I think) - Not sure if Huckleberry's cost is very high, but I would appreciates other sausages for bigger portion instead of just ONE cut into half.)

A colourful mix of lettuce leaves, onions and tomatoes, blended in with perfectly seasoned and grilled teriyaki chicken, dressed with my favourite Japanese sesame dressing, last but not least topped with onsen egg aka soft boiled egg.
Delicious and balanced meal. It can be a main because of its big portion. But could be done better it the salad wasn't so drenched with sesame dressing. My mistake for not calling it on the side!
I'm surprised by the portion and all the food variety offered at 103 cafe. The house was almost full at 7pm onwards on a Friday too!
Food: 8/10 Price: 7/10 (RM16++ for such a huge bowl of salad. I usually don't like paying so much for a bunch of veggies and protein. But this was generous and tasted delicious. Plus, that's the price for eating out nowadays ain't it?)

It was a protein packed baked rice bowl. Basically a few pieces of chicken teriyaki, and a large omelette, blanketing a bed of teriyaki rice. Everything under the chicken and egg was RICE! So much rice. 😅 I couldn't finish the rice but it was indeed a simple yet satisfying comfort food. The teriyaki rice was rather sweet. Reminds me of the Chinese dumpling.
The whole combination is really tasty for someone who loves eggs and chicken. But very expensive for such a simple dish!
Food: 8/10 Price: 6/10 (RM 24.43 - GST included. I'll give them credits to the generosity in portion, taste, and service. But really? Teriyaki chicken and egg on top of rice worth 25 ringgit? I'll come back next time.) PS I still prefer Riz Au Curry for more taste and toppings!

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