KL

KL

Besides the Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley area are home to a lot of good food establishments.
Terence Ong
Terence Ong

Refreshing soft serves on a hot and sunny day does the trick most of the time.

Rösti with chicken sausage and a cup of my standard dose of flat white. Coffee is good as always and rösti was decent.

An excellent way to cool off the sweltering tropical heat. I’m no kakigori expert but the ice here is very fine and not the typical coarseness you can find in ice kacang and ABC. Uji matcha is gao (rich) version of matcha and it comes with azuki beans and drizzled with uji matcha sauce. It is really popular so it may be hard to get a seat during peak periods.

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Can never go wrong with South Indian food at this place. There is a reason why people queue for this all the time! We had the chicken biryani and there were generous servings of the very tasty fried bittergourd, cucumber, cabbage as well as chicken curry/ dal. We also ordered the Chicken 65 and lamb masala.

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I had the South China Sea (RM27) which consists of a grilled salmon, 63C sous vide egg, salsa and rosti. Despite hearing the rave reviews about this place, I felt that my order was rather underwhelming as the grilled salmon was a tad too dry. For drinks, I had my standard dose of flat white (RM12) which was pretty up to standard. However, I did enjoy the ambience and the retro decor of this cafe.

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Waited 30 minutes for this very generous serving of claypot chicken rice (RM21) cooked over charcoal right outside the shop. The claypot chicken rice had a good mix of chicken, lup cheong and salted fish. We also had the fried chicken wings which was good as well.

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Queued 15 minutes on both occasions I had this since it is one of the most popular food stalls in Brickfields area. The pisang goreng (RM 1.40) is excellent. Crispy batter on the outside and banana being soft and sweet as they use the pisang raja variety. The fried nian gao (RM 1.40) is good (was not too chewy and sweet) as well as it’s nian gao, tapioca and yam in one fritter.

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