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KL boleh

KL boleh

Exploring good Malaysian cuisine
Faith K
Faith K

Located in a cafe buzzing area, it’s pretty limited in its menu offerings compared to the rest. But the coffee’s its best best. Damage: RM32

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Very fragrant Nasi, freshly deep-fried Ayam (can choose somemore), shiok sambal. RM7.

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First time trying their Portuguese egg tart and I was totally blown away by that rich custard and super flaky crust.

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Value-for-money Thai set lunches (include Thai iced tea & dessert) under RM15! Soup has that kick but I was rly won over by that huge cuppa Thai iced tea.

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Roasted chicken rice which wasn't dry at all, fragrant rice but a tad sticky.

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RM10 fish and chips with mushroom sauce which I insisted to be placed separately. Basic stuff done well.

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RM10 for a pizza is a pretty good deal especially when it's fresh and hot out of the oven, thin but slight chewy crust with some cheeseeee stretching. And witnessing an angmoh Chef striving for perfection.

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Char Siew noodle RM8
Shiok char Siew cooked to perfection under charcoal with the right bite and fatiness. Casual dining setting.

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Deep-fried flaky pastry encasing prawn paste, salted egg and century egg. What a great concoction!

At an average price of RM6 for a basket, it has amazing variety but at the same time ensures quality. The 流沙包 really impressed in its perfect liquidity and balance between sweet and savoury.

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