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I'm a big fan of tacos, and Orale does it perfectly.

I had a beef and fish taco and each one's toppings were different to adapt to their respective flavour profiles - consider me impressed.

Prices are quite affordable too, the fish taco is priced at RM8 and the beef at RM6. With self-serve free water and free flow of hot sauce and Tabasco, my entire meal was a steady RM14 with no frills.

Definitely coming back here to try out the other options.

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Home cooked baby spinach in superior broth with two kinds of eggs and Goji Berry. Barely taste any preservative in it. RM18 for small serving.

Crispy homemade black bean beancurd topped with minced pork, mushrooms, bitter beans(petai), chopped spring onions with some sesame soy sauce. This is quite appetising and surprisingly the bitter beans matches well with the rest. Very affordable price. RM18 per serving.

Interesting combination. Light cheese foam and light tea does goes well.

Interesting combination of brown sugar soymilk with bobas!

Good place to hang out and have your local delicacy craving satisfied.

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This is another top pick of mine for best waffles in Selangor! I’m a sucker for good waffle base so this is it. Loved their taro ice cream topping and it made a good combination with the coconut flakes and taro waffle.

Spot this bread house in Damansara Uptown for all things sourdough, which are baked in-house in their fermentation lab. Burppler Serena Ho especially loves the sourdough in the Cured Salmon Sandwich (RM22) for its crispy crust and wonderful pairing of smoked salmon with mashed avocado. On the shelves, you’ll find the additive and preservative-free breads like the Whole Wheat Sourdough (RM7.80) and Three Seed Sourdough (RM10) which are ready for takeaways.
Photo by Burppler Serena Ho


Confusion hits when you order ramen, but they give you noodles and broth separately.

Turns out this is the specialty of Tsukemen ramen; where you're meant to dip each bite of (hot or cold, cold being preferred) ramen into the broth and pair it with the meat of your choice, mine being roast pork.

I wasn't too adventurous because I'm generally not the biggest ramen person but this place may make me a convert - I've not eaten much ramen, but I can tell you that this was good ramen.

Pretty excited to come back here and try out more of the menu.

Hearty Western cuisine with some Asian platters, The Embassy is a pretty solid cafe-restaurant in Starling Mall.

My table had the Pulled Beef Sandwich, a burger called The Guv, Embassy Nachos, and Nasi Lemak Kg. Pisang. Only the nachos disappointed with the lack of toppings, but the Pulled Beef Sandwich was a definite star.

I'd come back to try out their coffee selections, as well as their pasta, and maybe their buttermilk chicken burger.

Would recommend to check it out if you're in the area, but do note their longer serving times due to their 'scratch kitchen'.

Living up to its name, these sweet potatoes are actually cut into pieces, coated with a thin layer of batter and then deep fried.

These are actually crunchy and greaseless. The taste was also well balanced with drizzles of maple syrup and saltiness from the ricotta (an Italian whey cheese)