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Judge L2
Review(687)
4/5
Food:
3.0
Ambiance:
3.0
Service:
5.0
31 Jul at 02:46am
The la boheme is probably one of the earliest chain bakeries which prevailed sometime in the early 90s or so inside the jusco mall. Since then they have been rather consistent with their buns and pastries all these years. And not to mention throughout the many years of experience, they are perpetually evolving and improving while accommodating to the taste of local palate. Incorporating ingredients made from local and non local flavours, the buns and pastries here at the la boheme certainly meet a certain level of popularity amongst the Malaysians. My favourite since I was a child is always and will always be the pizza bun. I am weirdly attracted to it and would always walk into any la boheme bakery that I pass by to buy one of that. This kind of set the bar to pastries and buns and breads for me. I never like walking into bakery that is not chained or that is not popular. This time around, I happened to loiter around this area while meeting up with a friend. The obsession with food is like a magnetic attraction to me and without wasting any more time, I walk into the bakery pastry which I find weird.
3.1 /5
Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
Judge L2
Review(687)
4/5
Food:
4.0
Ambiance:
3.0
Service:
3.0
31 Jul at 02:46am
Serving ayam penyet and nasi campur ala jawa style, the food might have been slightly salty to the most of us. . The seating and the interior of this place is nothing to be bragged about as it can be a little stuffy and hot depending on the weather because the restaurant is not air conditioned. It is sufficiently comfortable and suitable for comfy meal. The portions of the serving are nicely prepared and there would be some more space for those who like the ordering add on. There are few items on the menu that is very suitable as communal dishes for sharing. But the fact that the nasi campur is self service, you will overload mainly due to curiosity while there are many authentic Indonesian dishes that is very rare to most Malaysians. The Indonesian cuisine offers extensive options, with good choices of beef, chicken, pork, seafood, and vegetable dishes for communal eating, as well as some noodles or rice based dishes for those eating solo. It is a great place to dine when looking at a wide selection of dishes if one did not mind to dine with no air condition and in a semi open air restaurant. Taking a shop lot where the main entrance are wide open and the back of the shop lot as the kitchen, the place is considered well ventilated for pleasurably dining. It would be greater if there is some cooling fan if not air conditioner system, but the good food would be able to make up to this.
Judge L2
Review(687)
4/5
Food:
4.0
Ambiance:
4.0
Service:
3.0
31 Jul at 02:46am
Gaining all the reputation from being the master chef Malaysia season 1, this celebrity chef Nik, hence the name of the restaurant pick-nick. Compiling a mix of talent and home recipes, the restaurant has a lot to offer from local authentic Malay cuisine to the diversity of western bites and pastas. The pastry chef here is someone great. The amazing Azlina doing her thing with the peanut butter cream cheese has definitely got me hooked to this place for sure. But for the main, there is the Nasi goreng kampung served with keropok, telur mata kerbau and sambal belancan and selling at RM 16 each, and the Nasi lemak biasa which sells at RM 12 and comes with optional add ons of assorted chicken like the rendang or ayam goreng berempah. I pick the ayam gorend berempah and that cost me another RM 6 which would be a fair price given the cost of the restaurant location. The twist of western came from the Chicken liver pate – a pureed chicken liver in cream served with toasted bread for a pricy RM 16 meanwhile not delivering the value for the price. There is the Deep fried squid which is a battered squid fried to golden brown and served with wasabi mayo selling at RM 16 and lastly the Nachos. Loads of tortilla chips served with guacamole, sour cream, jalapenos and tomato salsa-your choice of mined beef tomato sauce or napolitana tomato sauce for RM 22
Judge L2
Review(687)
4/5
Food:
3.0
Ambiance:
4.0
Service:
5.0
31 Jul at 02:46am
Although residing at Mont Kiara, I had no idea there is a chilla cup in the solaris Mont Kiara. I kind of paid attention to it when I started scouting for all day breakfast. Apparently the breakfast are not so impressive. I love their dessert range thou. Tried a couple when dropping by Subang Avenue and the mines outlet. What I notice is the inconsistent with the quality of the food. The eggs benedict that I had was better than that at the Subang Avenue branch. The workers there are mainly undertrained workers and that could have been the reason why the quality is often different. The Americano is nicely served with a tiny cookie and the tea is nothing too fancy as they don’t have too wide of a selection for tea varieties. The beverage size is amazing with a huge cup that would last you quite a long time when chilling at the chilla cup. A good name for the café if you asked me. The Chilla Cup here pretty much have similar interior. Slightly smaller but decent and sufficiently comfortable, this place is a good place to hang for breaks and tea time as well as breakfast menu. Don’t forget the brownies bake cheese cake selling at RM 8.90.
3.6 /5
Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur
Judge L2
Review(687)
4/5
Food:
4.0
Ambiance:
3.0
Service:
4.0
31 Jul at 02:46am
Having visited so many different outlets of the sakae sushi franchise, I do not find their interior any bit overwhelming or exciting anymore. In fact, I find them decently neat with the high tech system implanted to each table. The ipad menu on each seating might have helped them a bit but for the customers, would simply have no effect on the dining pleasure. One would not visit or choose the sakae sushi just for the ipad menu instead, if they have really good food with a great assortment of variety would then be the pull factor to be drawing new customers and retaining old ones at the same time. At that point, cleanliness would be a plus point factor and comfort would be another which would add to the decision making when selecting a place for sushi or japanese food. The seats used to be uncomfortable at a point because the cushions started wearing off after some time. The new renovation not too long ago got them replacing all the cushions with wooded seats so that way, it'll last and customers seemed to take it pretty well. At this stage, it is important that they maintain the good quality and improve on the hygiene. We do not want to repeat the roach incident.
3.1 /5
Kelana Jaya, Selangor
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