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Checked out Dew in Bangsar twice and I’ve grown to like the place more each time. Dew is the sister cafe to neighbour Jaslyn Cakes and shares its space with a florist.

When I want desserts and not feeling too hungry, I’ll have something light and refreshing. The idea of having a citrus-based dessert comes into mind.

I had the Basil Lime Tart which is one of the more popular items here. Essentially it’s basil and lime curd in a crusty, buttery tart shell topped with basil mousse, meringue sticks and edible flowers.

Although there are mixed reviews about this particular dessert, I personally like it to the extent that I had it twice. The lime and basil curd brought out a zesty, tangy, fruity flavour and marks a refreshing change from the ubiquitous lemon curd used in tarte au citron. I’d say the basil mousse is like marmite (you either like it or you don’t). Biting into the mousse unleashes bursts of herbal basil flavour. It feels like you’re eating basil leaves.

I did try the other desserts as well and will share my thoughts in separate posts.

Good coffee with a lovely chilled atmosphere. Great place for catch up with friends.

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Fried shredded cauliflower with sautéed mushroom, cherry tomatoes, omega egg topped with shredded seaweed, coriander and crispy shallots. RM19.90 per serving. Goodness Greens juice RM12.99 per bottle.

Japanese turmeric rice bowl topped with caramelised cashews, roasted pumpkin, roasted cauliflower, sweet potato, tofu, tortilla chips, sautéed mushrooms, lime wedge and Thai curry sauce. RM19.90 per serving.

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Churros Donut Stack (RM19): When you cut into the churros, there is vanilla ice-cream hidden underneath all of that 😍 Explosion in your mouth ☄️ However the cream on top can be a lil bit overwhelming so its best to share! I highly recommend this 💋 ⭐️ 9/10
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📍 Botanica + Co., Jalan Kerinchi Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur @botanica.co

A must come if I happen to be in Bangsar Shopping Center

The coffee is memorable

I don’t know but I asked for no chicken and baby tomato, and the portion looks the same as it has chicken and baby tomato in it

Not really impressed to be honest

Spend your next weekend lunch at this cosy spot serving delicious modern European food. Following a farm-to-fork approach, expect all ingredients to be locally-sourced. Burppler Jesuis Enamourez recommends the Snapper Ceviche (RM35) as well as the Burnt White Cabbage (RM18) that comes on a bed of miso cream. End with the Coconut Panna Cotta, Passion Fruit (RM22), which Burppler Joey Sheon declares as the best in the area. Ps. They're located on the first floor, so visit with your smaller pups instead!
Photo by Burppler Jesuis Enamourez