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Delicious ice-cream & I can't get enough of it! Alcohol VS non alcoholic ice cream.. I'm doomed! (4/5)

Never though vegan food could be this good. The mushroom asada and tempeh was my favourite!

This strong-flavoured pie with tomatoes, anchovies, garlic and cheese is another good combo that works. Best paired with a glass of red wine I feel.

P.s between 11am-2pm they offer a set lunch promo. Order any main on the menu and you’ll also get a soup, salad and a drink. Very worth it!

If you like pizzas with a super thin crust then this is the place for you. The flavours are great; the fresh rocket helps cut through the bresaola’s saltiness, and the dash of truffle oil gives added flavour. I personally would have preferred a thicker crust.

Definitely one of the favourite delicious dish from the red beanbag

On the quieter side of Desa Sri Hartamas lies this unassuming restaurant serving quality omakase meals. The vibe here is very Japanese – a small, minimalist spot highlighted with warm lights, with a focus on the sushi bar – you’ll want to take a seat here. Come nightfall the restaurant only offers omakase meals (from RM200) or sushi sets (from RM80). Here's how it works: choose the amount of sushi you're hungry for (you can go from five to eight, or more) and leave the rest to the chef. Each meal comes with two small appetisers, chawanmushi and a dessert.
Photo by Burppler Alison K


There’s no menu given when you dine here for dinner. How it works is you tell the team if you’re here for the Omakase meal (from RM200), or ala-carte, which is just sushi. You can order by the amount of pieces (5, 6, 8 and more). They don’t tell you what you’re getting but they will ask for dietary restrictions.

All in all, such a simple and wonderful meal, and also loved how the chef treated us with uni! The set comes with a bowl of savoury miso soup filled with clams and a dessert of the day. We got a citrus sorbet – so creamy and refreshing.

Known for excellent coffees and scrumptious breakfast plates, this well-loved cafe is a must-visit when in the area. It gets busy on weekend mornings, so swing by for a slightly later meal – brunch is available all day anyway. Stick to the signatures like the Sunny Salmon (RM30) featuring a meaty salmon fish cake served with two crispy carrot rostis and a poached egg. Burppler Alyssia Yu’s favourite is the belly-filling Super Awesome Fry-Up (RM32) – breakfast platter filled with eggs, toast, hashbrowns and more. The Red Beanbag is also home to the former Malaysian barista champ so you can expect quality cups of joe here. We're big fans of the nutty and smooth Piccolo Latte (RM10).
Photo by Burppler Carmen Lai

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