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Is been three years I have not been to here. So I decided to come and revisit and try out same new dessert on the menu. I have ordered Brownies & Mousse Verrine (RM20) ,it is actually a chunks of brownies, topped with dark chocolate mousse and whit chocolate whipped ganache, served with chocolate topping sauce. You can choose your own topping sauce. I have choose dark chocolate as my topping sauce because I love dark chocolate. It will be better if the dark chocolate taste more bitter. Overall, the taste is still okay but I will recommend two person to share for this dessert so you won't be fill too heavy to have it.

6/10

Visually, it had an elegant and simple look. It鈥檚 made of a milky camembert cheese mousse, blueberry compote and a crunchy cornflake-cracker base. I reckon there could be more blueberry compote but still good for a light cheesecake.

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Nescafe coffee mousse paired with Nescafe ganache, coffee pralines and topped with cocoa nib nougatine. Don鈥檛 underestimate this petite tart as the flavours are quite intense.

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Zesty basil and lime curd with meringue sticks on top. This vibrant looking tart is pretty as a picture. The mousse is light and creamy. A refreshing dessert and my favourite amongst those I鈥檝e tried.

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Situation just next to Jaclyn Cakes in Telawi 2 is a small classy patisserie-florist. The desserts are made fresh daily and there鈥檚 also 4 types of biscuits available. I recommend the Chocolate Sandwich Cookie if you had to choose one.

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Smashed avocado and poached egg on toast. Add RM7 for smoked salmon. I had this dish before and it came with 2 slices of toast instead of 1.

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The chicken, though a tad bit dry but was nicely seasoned served on a bed of spiced quinoa and vegetables. The serving of quinoa was too much for me, would preferred more vegetables instead.

Portion here are suitable for sharing if you're not a big eater.

Friendly service and staff are helpful in making recommendations from their menu.
In frame: Cajun Chicken (RM28). The chicken, though a tad bit dry but was nicely seasoned served on a bed of spiced quinoa and vegetables. The serving of quinoa was too much for me, would preferred more vegetables instead.
Prices are of the higher end, but worth it for the portion and quality of food. They have recently launched a 鈥楶ieceMeal鈥 section that allows you to build your own meal. Will be back to try that!

Could this be my new favourite ice cream joint in town? It might be! Frozen by Ken has a variety of flavours from familiar local snacks like this Kaya Toast. I love how it wasn鈥檛 too sweet and the bits of pastry (to resembled toast) folded in the ice cream. The Mango Sorbet was recommended, and it鈥檚 a great treat if you want one that鈥檚 not too heavy. Love how strong the mango flavours are too.

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This was sadly a pretty disappointing dish, as the fried chicken was served lukewarm. But that aside, I actually found the rice ultra fragrant of coconut milk and rather enjoyable with the zesty achar and sweet-spicy sambal. Would still recommend the prawn noodles over this, if you decide to dine at Bansan for local eats in a dressed up locale.

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The menu at Bansan Bistro seems to skew towards Penang flavours, as we deduced from this prawn mee that鈥檚 named Hokkien Mee.

Broth鈥檚 sufficiently flavoured, with the prawn鈥檚 sweetness in play with heat from that dollop of saltish sambal. While definitely on the pricey side, the bowl of noodles is generously portioned and comes with about four sizeable and very tender pork ribs.

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