Places To Chill After Work

Places To Chill After Work

Featuring Menya Hanabi, Maruhi Sakaba, Drift Dining and Bar, Sola Pocha & Sola BBQ Korean Restaurant, Nonbei Dining and Bar, Fatty Boom Boom
Tiffany Ng
Tiffany Ng

Juicy and finely textured fillings with thin wrappers, dip some vinegar to accentuate its flavours

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Mazesoba also known as the broth-less ramen suitable for the Malaysian weather. Comes with a variety of melt-in-the-mouth pork selections. Finish it off with a scoop of rice & sauce! Sit along the bar where all the action happens, including topping up your own iced water đŸ¤£

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From the people behind Sanuki Udon and Taisyu Yakiniku come Maruhi Sakaba, a reliable yakitori bar. After late hours at the office, reward yourself with a visit to this nighttime nook for skewers, drinks and izakaya vibes. It's best to bring company for this — perhaps a colleague who stayed late too — so you can share a kettle of the mellow house cocktail Maruhi Sour (RM48, or RM16 for a mug). Expect speedy service and a unique selection of sashimi, like Chicken (RM15) and Pork Liver (RM15). But if you're here for a safe, solacing supper, stick to the tantalising skewers with their amazing housemade chili dip. Both the Chicken Skin (RM4.30) and Chicken Wings (RM5.30) juggle a good amount of grease with crispiness for a treat to complement your zesty drink. Meanwhile, meatier picks like the Chicken Thigh (RM4.30) and Pork Belly (RM4.30) are moist, juicy and great to fill up on! Pro tip: There is no air-conditioning, so lose the layers and dress light for this.
Avg price per person: RM40

A combination of beefeater gin, absolute vodka, Campari, homemade ginger syrup, chrysanthemum tea and sea coconut. Served in a teapot - Instaworthy and good to share! RM78/Pot

Tip: Drop by on Friday and Saturday nights for standup comedy, music and dancing performances

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The cinnamon spiced Spanish donut comes in the form of churros, served with strawberry and caramel jam. However the semifreddo was lacking of brandy, there's still more room for improvement. Not to forget, they have a great wine selection.

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Food was good especially the Moroccan spiced cauliflower, flavourful and memorable. Food portion is small, slightly larger than tapas-portion, with the couple next to us ordering 6 dishes and 2 desserts.

Parking:
Beware of the parking attendants when parking along the road! Initially we paid 1 man who came to us after we parked our car. He gave us a crumpled receipt (looks reused). After the meal, when we were heading to the car,another parking attendant mentioned that we did not pay him and demanded that we pay again. We insisted that we paid his 'friend' but he said he was the attendant of the night and refused to accept our parking receipt.

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The Korean spicy fish roe soup, also known as Altang (RM30) was great for a rainy night to warm our tummies. If you're up for an adventure, but want authenticity, go for it! The roe was fresh and spongy, without any hint of fishiness. We paired it with yogurt soju (RM35), a good combination for those who prefer a more subtle taste of soju.

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Curry udon (RM20) served with sochu (RM23). Highlight of the curry udon was thinly sliced pork; tender, sweet and melted in the mouth. The curry was similar to Japanese curry roux, served with chewy udon. Parking is a problem there but you can double park! Service was amazing, would definitely head back to try other items on the menu.

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