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This restaurant offers a few types of Polo bun, the original, the version with butter, and the version with pineapple filling. I have the last one. I doesn't remember much about the pineapple filling, but the bun was fluffy soft. Price: RM4.00, Food: 7/10

One if the best place to soothe the throat will the here. Comfort drink, not too sweet, not too hot. Price: RM4.90, Food: 10/10

Ekocheras is growing to be a food hub in Cheras bit by bit, growing traffic can be seen. There are all kinds of food you can find here and this one caught my attention due to their affordable price. I was really surprised to find that this is my top in the Hong Kong style wanton mee list. It was perfect! Thin springy noodle are seasoned with light soy sauce and shrimp seed. Shrimp seed is in fact a more flavorful prawn item than a prawn itself, it was like matching bolt and nut to have this with wanton noodle. Wanton serving was very good too, fresh and chewy shrimp paired with hand-chopped pork mince, cooked to the texture I love the most. I do not have a photo, but another variety of wanton mee - the braised pork leg wanton mee deserved a 5 stars rating too. Only thing is that unless you are super fans of braised pork, else I would recommend to share it as the sauce itself is tasty but easy to feel gross too. Their service was very fast too, it is easy to figure out this as they have like 20 staff serving like 30 tables in the weekend. Thumbs up! Price: RM11.90, Food: 10/10

Variety dishes , prices are reasonable, naans are the best. Briyani rice dishes are yummy too. Lassi are tasty and sweet.

Seems like everyone is switching to healthier lifestyle, which is no doubt a positive phenomenon. I opted TUNA as my main, Brown rice for carb, with 4 choices of vegetable (red cabbage, corn, cucumber and red onion) and 2 sauces (RM20.90). Small serving of tuna... as far as I can remember less than 6 cube size. The vegetable is no doubt fresh and served cold, but the sauces are too overwhelming.

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This homely cafe is known for its hearty and affordable rice bowls. For first-timers, a must-have is the Minced Pork Scrambled Eggs Rice (RM13) that is just as satisfying as it sounds. Fluffy rice is blanketed with perfectly scrambled eggs, minced pork and bonito flakes. If you're here on the weekend, you must try the Omelette with Pork Belly (RM20) – a buttery-smooth omelette with glazed pork belly and sourdough bread. Wash your meal down with a fruity Long Black (RM8) made with Artisan Roast beans.
Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass


Let the talented team at this stylish cafe fix you right up this weekend for brunch. It's a spacious spot, so unwind with a friend over yummy plates like the Salmon & Avocado Breakfast (RM26) and the Thai Basil Minced Pork Pasta (RM20). For something sweet, order Luscious (RM22), homemade waffle served with matcha ice cream and homemade granola. Aside from regular coffees, they also do flavoured lattes well. Try the sweet Rose Latte (from RM12), or the Bentong Ginger Latte (from RM12) with soft hints of gingery spice.


Yes, this coffee bar IS located in the owner's grandpa's home. Pro tip: Look for a grey gate with colourful paper chimes hanging on it. Drip coffee runs the show with decent selection to choose from. On our visit, we spotted Sumatran (RM12) and Costa Rica (RM19) beans. We also like the milk-based Ah Gong Blend (RM12) that's not too creamy and naturally sweet. It's made sans an espresso machine! The barista uses a Moka pot to heat up the milk and a hand frother to create milk foam – very cool.


You’ll find the perfect pairing of dessert and coffee at this hip cafe near Sunway Velocity Mall. Raved highly by the Burpple community is the French Earl Grey Bubble Milk Tea Cake (RM25) that is best paired with an Americano (RM10). Think soft Earl Grey-infused chiffon cake stuffed with Earl Grey custard, topped with sea salt cheese milk foam and handmade boba. Burppler Joey Tin’s advice when digging into this masterpiece is to get each element in every bite. Ps. This cake is available in several sizes – perhaps for the next birthday celebration?
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This cute cafe in Medan Connaught is great for team lunch over coffee, pasta and sandwiches. Order the Signature Salted Egg Chicken Mantou (RM20) featuring three mantou buns stuffed with crispy chicken, doused in a sweet-savoury salted egg sauce and finished with a dollop of tobiko (fish roe). The pastas are popular too, and Creamy Mushroom & Bacon Pasta (RM16) is a solid meal for one. Save tummy space for dessert! The housemade Yam and Vanilla cake (RM12) is great with the creamy Flat White (RM10). Pro tip: There's a 20 cents charge for takeaway cups, so bring your own tumblers!


Here’s one for the tea drinkers! Spend weekend mornings with a friend sipping on fresh brews at this beautiful tea bar. You’ll find a variety of Green, White and Oolong teas on the menu, like the fruity Yi Shi Xiang (oolong, RM13). Also look out for the ice-cold and fizzy Nitro Kombucha (from RM12) with soft hints of hojicha that's a great thirst quencher on hot days. Spot creative tea-infused dishes on the food menu too! The Cha- Bagel (from RM12) with matcha cream cheese and the Cha-Croissants (RM10) made with matcha from Kyoto are both delightful.
Photo by Burppler Twinkle Gan