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6, Jalan Kencana Emas 2/3, Perindustrian Tebrau lll
Johor Bahru 81100

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Monday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

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Introducing some heat to the table, People & Places Cafe’s Quesadilla Brekkie (RM25) is a must-order there. Different from their more familiar Melbourne-inspired brunch staples, the Mexican-Thai plate bring the aesthetics and the flavours. It packs a punch with the creamy tom yum scrambled eggs and lip-smacking sriracha aioli, which are balanced by generous bits of chicken ham, sliced tomatoes, coriander and Belgium cheddar cheese sandwiched between the soft tortilla sheets. Then adding to the flavour bomb; the grated parmesan, sweet pomegranate, drizzle of pesto oil and squeeze of the lemon wedge didn’t hurt either. All tangy, spicy, sweet and savoury; it’s a dish I would go back for.

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Never would I be amazed at a cafe so much by the outlook of this place. Don’t be fooled by the outward appearance of a furniture selling store, but once stepping in you will be served vibrantly by one of the lovely and friendly staff.
Had their quesadilla brekkie, which I must say is another definition of art meets fusion of food. With some tom yum spices to enhance the flavor with a squeeze of lemon.. makes this food simply heavenly.
One bite after another, one just simply can’t imagine the exotic burst of adventure happening in the mouth. Finger lickin good has now a new title to give. Bravo to the staff and crew and especially the chef for creating this memorable experience.
Cons: menu-need some touch up as the one I got was badly torn or wilted making it difficult to read
Coffee- a bit weak on the flavor, could be improve! But the froth is nice
Price: above average starting at around RM20
Service: exceptionally great! The best I’ve seen and experience
Ambience: cosy and comfortable with a touch of tropical accompanied with some reggae tunes
Food: one of the best I’ve tried
Cleanliness: spotless
Would I return: yes! All yes

Juxtaposed against tons of greenery and natural light, this otherwise industrial-looking space is home to a cafe that serves up some of Aussie's finest exports. Perk yourself up with their appropriately-named Magic (RM12), where steamed milk is poured over a double ristretto for that much needed caffeine rush. Feast on the flavourful Wild Mushroom Risotto (RM28) or the delicious Peanut Butter Toast (RM11.90) that sees muesli bread topped with housemade roasted peanut butter, sliced banana, cacao nibs, chia seeds and dessicated coconut.
*Grab from City Square, ~SGD10, ~12-min ride
Photo by Burppler Nicholas Chia

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So this is a keto friendly dish that aids weight loss and need not be counted in my calorie intake right? #indenial .
So many rights in this dish- perfectly pan fried salmon fillet that is crispy in the outside, loving the kimchi cauliflower rice which definitely adds a pop of flavour to the fish. Comes with poached eggs, kale, with a dash of sesame seeds.

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There’s a unique east meets west spin to this Mexican-Thai dish. Maybe it’s the tom yum scrambled eggs and coriander or the generous portions of ham and cheese on tortilla drizzled with pesto sauce. It’s not only tasty but colourful too!

Warm muesli bread with peanut butter topped with sliced bananas, cocoa nibs, chia seeds and dessicated coconut. A yummy start for breakfast!

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