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Another best seller series I gotten today is this salmon and tuna bowl. Serving of the fish is sufficient. Vege mix in the bowl is fresh cucumber and lettuce. It goes well with sushi rice. Again, I am not impressed with the lean variety of vege topping. Price: RM25.90, Food: 6/10

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Got the chance to try out the new poke bowl in town today. Angry bird is a bowl with chicken as protein. There is lettuce, and interestingly with corn flakes inside, jalapeno, and onions. Sauce were good, vege were fresh. However, overall I don't enjoy that much basically due to lack of variety in ingredient. They did have create your own bowl service, but it is not coming yet. I wasn't so sure is current menu finalized, as I found offerings in the shop is different with what stated on the website. Poke bowl on the website is more interesting. Price: RM18.90, Food: 6/10

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At RM20 & RM18 respectively, it might be a bit pricey to some but the matcha cream cheese goes well with the smoked salmon and sesame bagel. The nitro kombucha is hojicha based and tasted how a kombucha would taste like but with a added tea hint.

Food is good. Portion is generous too. Good dinner place. Price: RM20 per pax, Food: 8/10

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We enjoyed our lunch at this restaurant as the service was excellent and the food is so edible❤️ So sedap! #porkfree

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The flaky roti canai Taiwan version, nice and simple. Good snack. I had the mushroom and egg, mushroom sauce is a bit too salty, I will opt to get just the simplest egg sandwich next time. Price: RM7+, Food: 7/10

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On days you’re looking for a little adventure, make the drive to Cheras to visit Ebony & Ivory for their delicious rice bowls and more. The house specialty Minced Pork Scrambled Eggs Rice (RM13) always hits the spot, but if you’re here on a weekend, spend tummy space on specials — the Omelette with Pork Belly (RM20) features a perfectly swirled egg with glazed pork belly and toast. Coffee is superb too. Go for the Filter (from RM18) brewed with beans from Artisan Roastery, or keep it simple with a creamy Flat White (RM11). The housemade cakes selection change from time to time but if you see the Butter Loaf (RM6), grab a slice!
Photo by Burppler Calie Tang

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Love how this simple dish is so yummy! Cabbage with slices of fatty pork. Sweet and crunchy.

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Be ready to have lots of rice and drinks if you can’t handle spicy cause this was pretty spicy. Taste was okay, price probably a little high for the portion.

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Frozen yogurt, nutella, banana in chocolate waffle. Love the sourness in the yogurt. Nutella was just a bit at the belly of the fish.

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Meant to be with black sesame waffle, but they ran out. So we had the pandan instead. This combo comes with nok-cha ice cream, cornflakes, oreo, red bean and mochi. The green tea ice cream is a tad bit sweet. But nice overall.

One of the problems for me at poke bowl joints is I don’t eat raw tuna or salmon. So am always happy to find chicken or vege options in the menu.

This bowl comes with grilled chicken, romaine lettuce, red onion, jalapeño, corn flakes with teriyaki andnchili garlic aioli. You can also opt to have it as a sushi salad, sushi burrito (+RM1) or pineapple poke bowl (+RM2).

The ingredients for this bowl goes very well together. The spiciness comes from the jalapeño. Love!

This is RM16.90.