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Have not visited this place for a while and was surprised to see the full crowd at 10am.. breakfast selection looks inviting but I will still stick to the usual, butter and kaya toast bread

Espresso was forgotten but when it came, it’s fruity and bold

One comment though, they charged me full price for the kaya toast set although i requested for the eggs to be omitted.

Spend a lazy teatime digging into sweet treats and catching up with a good friend. Share the signature Tiramisu (RM17) that's generously topped with tiramisu powder, or have the Matcha Tiramisu (RM17) to change things up a little. Another sure-win is the Strawberry Waffle (RM19) that comes loaded with whipped cream, fresh strawberries and dusted with powdered sugar. Note that only the outside area is open to pets!
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Foodies may know this Japanese-fusion hot spot in Sri Petaling for their killer ramen, but also good are the rice bowls. First-timers, go for the Lucky Salted Fish Pork Patty bowl (RM23.80) featuring a thick slab of pork patty with distinct salted fish flavours, accompanied by fried egg drizzed with soy sauce. Another tasty option is the Lucky Smoked Duck bowl (RM23.80) with juicy and melt-in-your-mouth meat drizzled with sweet garlic aioli. Wrap your meal up with a glass of refreshing cocktail, such as the Ju Hua Tai (RM21.80), a sake-based concoction of chrysanthemum and lemon juice.

Phew this was a heavy one. Another walk down the memory lane with this bowl. Thick pork patty with a good balance of flavours.
Tried to figure out how to consume the seaweed in a civil manner and ended up wrapping the leftover yolk-coated rice with it.

Japanese-Chinese fusion rice bowl, I would say.
Runny fried egg with a dash of soy sauce, smoked duck, and garlic aioli over warm rice.
Simple but delicious combination.
Had some nostalgic flavours in the rice, reminds me of the good ol’ times back in my kampung!

Ordered this sweet concoction to sip on while we wait for our meal. Tasted like canned coconut water and watermelon syrup..?
A little too sweet for me and tasted artificial :(

If there’s one thing our community flocks to Sri Petaling for, it’s this delicious dry ramen. The popular Nagoya Mazesoba (RM23) sees chewy noodles, minced pork, melt-in-your-mouth chashu, scallions, seaweed and egg yolk piled in a bowl. Burppler Brry Kh aptly describes it as a Japenese version of chilli pan mee. Enjoy an explosion of flavours — from the savoury pork to the tangy vinegar and the creaminess of the egg yolk. Once you're done with the noodles, you’re given a small scoop of rice to mix with the leftover sauce. Also share the juicy and crispy Pan Fried Gyoza (RM8).
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Lazy weekends are made for desserts, and you can find delicate tiramisu cakes and silky soft serve at this cosy spot. While they have a selection of hot food — the Chicken Waffle (RM22) is made for cheat days — we’re big fans of their sweet offerings. Matcha lovers will fall for the Matcha Tiramisu (RM17), which Burppler Joey Tee has dubbed as "the best matcha dessert she’s ever had in the country". The Softserve Waffle (RM19) featuring the chrysanthemum soft serve and osmanthus jelly is also worth an order. For something super unique, they also make Coriander Softserve (from RM7). Leave a review in the app to let us know what you think!
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In case you haven’t heard, this cafe is home to the 2018 World Latte Art Champ. While coffee's the obvious star, you'll be glad to know the food offerings are just as good. For a quick lunch on weekdays, the Pull Pork Sandwich (RM17.90) with fries will fill you up. Otherwise, share the Katsu Don (RM18.90) and Yakiniku Udon (RM19.90) with your colleagues. You can’t leave without a cuppa, and to see the champ’s pretty latte art, order a Cafe Latte (RM10.50) or Flat White (RM11.50) – you won’t be disappointed. Ps. Check out their newly opened roastery located just across the street for quiet time over a cuppa with a friend.
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Join the growing line at this roadside stall for amazing nasi lemak. Everything is self-service here, so wait in line for your packet of rice and take your pick from the variety of sambal (sambal ikan bilis and sambal tempeh), protein and vegetable dishes. Fill your plate with the stellar Ayam Goreng (RM4) that's fried to golden perfection. Petai lovers, you won't want to miss the Udang Petai (RM3), which goes superbly well with the fluffy rice. In addition to the usual fried and boiled egg, the folks here offer Quail Eggs (three pieces, RM3.50). Pro tip: The queue starts forming at 8am and the food sells out by noon. Come early!
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Situated on the first floor along Jalan Radin Anum is this Middle Eastern restaurant made for grand dinners. It’s an extravagant-looking place – think thick curtains, glossy porcelain and gold furnishings. Get your appetite rolling with the super smooth Hommus (RM10) served with bread for dipping and Sambosa Lamb (RM18). For the main event, dig into the signature Mendy Lamb with Mendy Rice (RM48) that's good for sharing between two. Pair that with the refreshing Taboola salad (RM18) to balance the rich flavours.
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Gather your family and friends for a scrumptious seafood feast this weekend! The signature Steamed Fish Head with Black Beans, Ginger and Chilli (from RM50) is "worth every cent for the incredibly smooth flesh”, says Burppler R D. It’s cooked in a killer sauce bursting with flavours from the soy, black bean, ginger and chilli – perfect to drizzle over a bowl of hot white rice. Another standout to share is the house special Chiu Pai Tau Fu (from RM15), chunky, deep-fried cubes of tofu topped with crunchy cai po (preserved turnip) and minced meat.
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