– 3 tbsp flour – 4 tbsp Milo – 2 tbsp sugar – 3 tbsp butter, melted – 1 large egg – 1 tbsp hot water
1) Dissolve the Milo in hot water water and mix well. 2) In another bowl, mix the egg and sugar until the sugar is dissolved. 3) Add the flour. Stir until mixed. 4) Add the Milo mixture in and mix until evenly combined. 5) Then add in the melted butter. Mix thoroughly. 6) Pour the mixture into the moulds. 7) Steam in a preheated steamer for about 8 minutes. (The cooking time might vary depends on the size of your moulds.)
Alternatively you can make extra to refrigerate it, to consume later just heat up in the microwave.
It is a very easy steamed lava cake recipe. Most importantly it doesn’t involve an oven! HAHAHA! Jom try it at home with your children too.
I’ve missed out this post. I thought I should blog about this place because I felt there’s something nice to share about this cafe.
End of December 2019, we went shopping at MyTOWN Shopping Centre in KL.
We also visited IKEA Cheras, connected via MyTOWN Shopping Centre. We strolled around and goofed around too 😉
Then, when it comes to tea break I decided to try out Midorie x The Owls Cafe. This cafe was put in KIV list during my previous visit to the mall. Hence I decided to dine here this round.
Midorie x The Owls Cafe, is often crowded over the weekends. Thus I was put in waiting list to wait for a vacant table. Luckily the waiting time was quick. In less than 10 minutes, they called me.
The dining area is considered small compared to the other outlets.
This cafe’s signature item has to be the WAFFLE. If you are a fan of waffle… I ensured that you will have tough choice. Whether you like it sweet or savory. I couldn’t decide. I wished there were more people to share with me so that I can order more. LOL. :-p
Although it was crowded, but food were served quite fast.
Milo Dinosaur – RM15
Milo never goes wrong with anything. The waffle has a nice texture and not overly sweet batter. Crispy outside and fluffy inside. Topped with dark chocolate ice cream, koko krunch, marshmallow, and milo powder.
Iced Latte – RM12
They even have kids menu! wow….
Junior Red Bolog (RM10) , Macaroni chicken bolognese, topped with torched cheese.
Macaroni was cooked al-dente, whilst evenly coated with chicken bolognese sauce. It was so flavorful and well-balanced.
Chicky Bites (RM8) Fried Chicken Nuggets and homemade chicken bites.
Crispy yet tender chicken bites and the nuggets that I was eating consists of real chicken meat. Unlike some fast food joint.
Besides that, I felt that portion of kids meals were quite generous too.
All in all, the waffle was just like how I wanted it to be, the thick kind. Therefore, when I have a chance I will definitely revisit to try more waffles 🙂
p/s: I saw people around me were all having different kind of dishes, and it looked yummy. :-p
These days, the weather is so hot and sunny!
It would be nice to have an icy drink or icy dessert to cool down.
Those days, icy dessert would be ABC. But nowadays we have more choices, we called it ATAS ABC (because nicer environment, price also double)hehe…. But there’s a proper name to it…which is Kakigori or Ais Kepal Jepun. 🙂
“Kakigōri (かき氷) is a Japanese shaved ice dessert flavored with syrup and a sweetener. The origins of kakigōri date back to the 11th century, when blocks of ice saved during the colder months would be shaved and served with sweet syrup to Japanese aristocracy during the summer. Kakigōri became more accessible in the 19th century, when ice became more widely available to the public during the summertime. “
For Seremban folks, you can hoop over to MyKori Dessert Cafe for this Japanese shaved ice dessert. Located at Centrio Seremban 2 (opposite Mydin S2).
MyKori has been growing rapidly over the years since the first outlet at Puchong Jaya in year 2016. It has now over 60 outlets throughout Malaysia. (WOW! Amazing!) MyKori Dessert Cafe is a place suitable for young and old.
Types of desserts available here. Serving not just shaved ice, but also drinks, toast and Croissant Taiyaki (a unique Japanese pastry, a fish shaped snack, made of croissant with varied sweet and savoury fillings).
Their Kakogori comes in 2 sizes. Large and Mini. I chose mini because I wanted to try more flavors. The mini is ideal for 1-2 sharing.
Above are Mango Yogurt Kakigori(made from yogurt ice, mango puree, mango cubes)and Mont Mauve Kakigōri(Made with mix berry ice, fresh strawberries, blueberries & raspberry. Topped up with whipped cream and kuriaro rose powder.)
Red Melon Kakigori (RM26) only comes in one size. Too bad that they no longer serve in watermelon shell. Hence the serving looked smaller. (Made with milk ice, watermelon, nata de coco as well as lychee).
If you are a fruits person, the above choices are quite refreshing.
Left – Chocoreo Kakigori(Made with milk ice, real oreo biscuits, oreo crumbs and chocolate sauce). I don’t really fancy this one because not much taste, more like eating oreo biscuits with ice.
Right – Popcorn Kakigori(With milk ice, kuromitsu jelly, premium caramel popcorn as well as caramel toffee sauce).
The ice is quite fine and smooth.
Other than kakigori, I also tried the Chocolate Banana Toast (RM19)
Thick toast with generous chocolate sauce, topped with 2 scoops of ice cream and served with slices of bananas. For ice cream, I chose chocolate & Thai Tea flavor. Thai Tea flavor ice cream tasted weird. Regretted choosing that flavor. 😦
As for the toast, the bread texture was quite nice. Smooth and not dry.
Jet will be very happy whenever I mentioned coming here for dessert. Above are compiled in several visits. 😀 😀
Will try more flavors in future.
MyKori Dessert Cafe
Address: 17-G, Jalan S2 B15, Centrio, Seremban 2, 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
As long there’s a space in your tummy to fill, you can eat non-stop in Bangkok. So much food to try in Bangkok.
I often see friends who visited Bangkok, definitely dropped by this Dessert Cafe. It is well known for its Shibuya Toast.
After You dessert café first opened in 2007. Till today, there are about 30 outlets opened around Bangkok.
My last year’s trip to Bangkok, I didn’t get the chance to come here because I went to Hello Kitty cafe instead, my favorite Sanrio character. So, this year’s trip I told my friend to include this cafe into our itinerary.
Little did I know, After You Dessert Cafe, Siam Square One is actually next to Hello Kitty Cafe. LOL LOL!! At the main entrance, one is on the left, and the other is on right. 😀
As I entered the cafe, I could see almost all seats are filled. The atmosphere look alike in Korea. 🙂
Over here, you gotto queue up at the counter to make orders. Kinda like self service. But they will bring the food over to your seating table.
Even though it looks crowded, but food was served not long after we placed our order.
I looked at tables around me, they would order either toast or kakigori (bingsoo) or both of them. All the desserts actually looked so mouth-watering and instragram worthy 😀
Ice water is available for free.
Extracted from the website, there are total 9 types of Shibuya Honey Toast here (1 is missing from the frame, Strawberry Cream Toast).
I chose the Shibuya Honey Toast(195 baht), a rather classic one because I wished to taste the originality.
Now I understand why people like their toast so much. Although the toast is thick, but it is not dry inside. Crisp outside but has a very smooth and moisture bread texture inside. Cut into blocks, every surface is spread with margarine. It was so nice eaten together with the vanilla ice cream.
My friend also ordered the Chocolate Lave(175 baht).
Dive in your fork and watch the chocolate flow. The chocolate filling was rich and smooth. However I felt the size is abit small lar. 😀
Durian Crumbstick(95 baht) looking interesting. Therefore we ordered one to kill our curiosity. Shaped like a real durian pulp, but its actually an ice cream. Very smooth and rich durian flavor, for durian lovers.
For drinks, I had Hot Cappuccino (115 baht) served with a piece of biscuit, while my friend had Iced Latte.
Merchandises like T-shirt, Tote Bags and Stainless Steel Cup are sold here too.
I will definitely come for the Toast again if I visit Bangkok next round. There are so many nice cafes in Bangkok now. So, if you are a cafe hopper, do plan it well. 🙂
Oh ya, there’s also a small kiosk of After You Cafe at Don MueangAirport. But it only serve cakes and kakigori.
This can be a great snack if you wanted something light for sharing. Great to pair with a cold glass of beer too. I enjoyed munching them.
3 types of Sausage (Lamb & Chicken) served with Roasted Roots and Chef’s specially made sauces.
Linguine alle Pescatore
Olive Oil Base Pasta cooked with Prawns, Shrimp, Squid, Mussels and Clams, cooked in White Wine.
Pasta was al-dente, not too dry, flavors were well executed too. Hence its one of my favorite dish that evening.
Home-Made Pizza, Gamberetti Pizza
Hand toss Pizza topped with Cream Sauce Base, Mozzarella Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Fresh Shrimp and Broccoli topped with Sun-Dried Tomatoes.
Hands up if you are a thin crust lover. Pizza at Jigger & Shaker met the criteria of thin crust pizza.
Full concentration. The baristas were seen preparing our drinks.
Varieties of drinks were served here. Be it alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks. How knowledgeable are you into cocktails. It seems the House Cocktails are one of the specialty here.
Not any classic cocktails that we used to hear, but a twist in flavors and ingredients. At Jigger & Shaker, they served craft cocktails. Where element is handmade or tailored specifically to the drink. If you look at the menu, there’s a long list of cocktails. 🙂
Vodka, Watermelon liqueur, Passion fruit & Lime juice.
Rum, Black tea, Kaffir Lime, Calamansi & Palm Sugar.
Bo-berries Carafe(serves 2-4 person)
Vodka, Strawberries, Blueberries, Mint leaves & Lime.
For non-alcoholic drink, they also served some unique milkshakes. Above is Kaya Milkshake with hint of pandan flavors.
Apple Crumble Cheese Cake topped with Crushed Walnuts & Vanilla Ice Cream, drizzle with Caramel Sauce.
After meal dessert is my favorite session, because I have a sweet tooth. Its undeniable that I love this piece of Apple Crumble Cheese Cake. Its so compact and gives us the different kind textures on every mouthful of this cake!
Matcha Chocolate Lava Cake with Green Tea Ice Cream
Chocolate lovers would love this. Ideal to be eaten immediately when its served warm. Check out the oozing rich and chocolatey, chocolate lava.
Worried about getting bored? Fret not. Live band from Art Trio Acoustic Band will keep you entertained on weekends (Friday – Sunday) from 8pm-12am.
I was told that this is the Valentine’s Day set menu. Sounds delicious. Since they are trying to maintain the food quality, thus it is only limited to 20 couples.
Chef Sam, being the main chef, also an important person behind the kitchen, is serious in his culinary skills ensuring the quality of food. It was a pleasure to meet the person who put much effort in serving us the food.
Jigger & Shaker
PT12653, Jalan Pusat Dagangan Sendayan 1,
Tel: 012-278 5236
Check out their Facebook Page for latest updates & promos:-
Drive thru service makes life easier and convenient especially for places with insufficient of parking.
Thus, we often come across drive thru service at fast food outlets.
Today I came across an Ice Cream Vendor who applies drive thru concept to his soft serve ice cream. I decided to check it out because I saw there’s a durian photo attached to the kiosk. Well, that’s because I like eating durian. 😀
I didn’t try the drive thru service. Instead I chose to park my car at the vacant road shoulder, without obstructing traffic.
This kiosk only serve soft serve ice cream. Only one flavor at the moment. I was told that, they will change flavor every fortnightly. The upcoming flavor would be Matcha.
Do check out their Facebookfor updates, to know what is the current flavor.
The ice cream is serve in cup. Hope in future they will have the option to serve in cone too.
This cup of soft serve ice cream is priced at RM8.50. Price may vary depending on flavors. I was also told that they uses real Durian flesh to produce this Durian flavor ice cream.
Its not too sweet. However the smoothness of this ice cream, hmmm…I wouldn’t say its 100% probably 90%? I do like the taste, the durian flavor is there. The durian taste even stays on my palate for a shortwhile.
Do check it out if you are nearby.
-11° Soft Serve
No.84, Jalan Tan Sri Manickavasagam 70200 Seremban.
One may overlooked this place. Tucked in between restaurants and offices, we locate The Beast Cafe at a popular makan spot at Uptown Avenue Seremban 2.
The Beast Cafe gives cafe hoppers another option to hangout with family and friends.
Printed menu with photos as reference, made it easier for viewing. The menu comprised of breakfast, salad, main dish, finger food, drinks and desserts.
Apparently, Iberico Pork is one of the specialty meat in this cafe.
The Iberian pig is a traditional breed of the domestic pig that is native to the Iberian Peninsula. The pigs are allowed to roam in pastures and oak groves, feasting on natural grass, herbs and lots of acorns. Acorns are rich in oleic acid, the same found in olive oil. Thus an Iberian pig is refer as “walking olive trees”.
The Beast Iberico Burger – RM34.90
Iberico pork meat, sandwiched in between fresh lettuce and soft burger buns is served with fries. The meat is non-ordinary pork that we get in the local market. For burger, they uses pork belly. The meat is then nicely grilled to a perfect timing otherwise it will be overcooked and rubbery. In my opinion the meat is smooth and juicy, consist of fine marble fat that literally melts after chewing in mouth.
Other than burger, Iberico pork is also prepared in rice, pasta and rissoto.
with Modern minimalist interior.
The Beast Cafe is a cosy and quiet place with soothing background music.
English Breakfast – RM17.90
Consist of Toast bread, Mix Salad (with sesame dressing), Sausage, Bacon, Scrambled Egg, Baked Beans. (Available daily from 12pm-4pm)
Aglio Olio with Prawn – RM17.90
Al-dente spaghetti is cooked with olive oil and mixture of homemade herbs. Garnished with fresh, plump prawns and Parmesan cheese. (Do request for more chili flakes if you like it spicier).
Hearty Cold Pressed Juice – RM11.90
(Carrot + Apple + Orange)
Cold-pressed juice refers to juice that uses a hydraulic press to extract juice from fruit and vegetables. It is popular among the youngsters. It is just a hype or healthier? Using a hydraulic press, will crush your ingredients in order to extract the greatest quantity of juice possible without compromising the nutrient quality. In this case, it is wholly made from fruit and vegetables, and are free from added sugars and preservatives.
Rose Latte – RM10.90
Freshly brewed cup of coffee made of Arabica Coffee Beans with hint of Rose flavor. I am not a coffee expert, but I am a coffee lover. This cuppa coffee was rich, smooth and aromatic. Nevertheless the rose flavor did not overpower the coffee taste.
Strawberry Smoothie – RM11.90
Fancy a glass of icy cold strawberry smoothie to quench your thirst? The Strawberry Smoothie here has the right ratio of strawberry and milk! Topped with a scoop of your choice of ice cream. Gives it a whole new flavor after the ice cream melts in the drink. Mine was topped with a scoop of mint ice cream. Hence I got a minty strawberry after taste.
Chocobanana Waffles – RM17.90
Stacks of Chocolate crispy waffles, slices of bananas, cranberries, drizzled with chocolate sauce and topped with a scoop of ice cream.
The Piggy Bank – RM19.90
I’m amazed with the cuteness of this dessert. Well, I assumed most of the girls and kids would fall for this. How much do you love your dessert. If there’s a chance, I would love to have a dessert after meal. Its just like there’s a sweet ending in life.
*lets break the piggy bank to get some content*
The pink coated outer shell is made of white chocolate.
It is filled with 61% Dark Chocolate Mousse, layered with Double Dutch Blackforest Cake and Pitted Dark Sweet Seneca Cherries. Not too sweet I felt. But if you are not a sweet tooth person, you may compliment it with the sliced fruits on dish. As strawberries and kiwis, they are more acidic, hence it balanced the sweetness.
Unlike some common desserts that we used to see, The Beast Cafe strive to serve some ‘up to trend’ desserts for the customers. Although The Beast Cafe serves Western cuisine, but in order to suit family diners with young and old, the thoughtful owner decided to make both Western and Fusion available on their menu.
**This premise is no longer available. It has been take over by Tokyo Secret Cafe.
The spot of for Gardens Lifestyle Cafe has been replaced by a well known cafe originate from Taiwan.
Dazzling Cafe is the name.
As quoted by Dazzling Cafe, it has been named one of the most famous cafes in Taiwan. Hence it is commonly frequented by celebrities and socialites and has been crowned as “A Celebrity Hotspot.”
Not only famous for its media personalities, but it is also renowned for its chic and classy interior decor.
I do agree that this cafe looks elegant and classy yet trendy. I guessed it also attracts much attention from shoppers because it is located near the link bridge connecting both Midvalley Megamall and The Gardens Mall. The bunny ears chairs looked catchy.
Turquoise & Grey color decorative flowers covering the wall and handrail towards the loaf area making it a nice backdrop for photo shooting.
Dazzling Cafe also serves All Day Breakfast
There wasn’t much choice of ‘main course’ dish. I was told that the Honey Toast is good and its their popular dessert here. Hmmm….that makes me think, most likely people come here for their dessert or during tea break.
We started off with Mentaiko Spaghetti with Cream Sauce RM29.90. It is a recommended dish shown on the menu. Mentaiko is Pollock Roe, tossed in the al-dente creamy spaghetti topped with nori seaweed. A few scallops were added to it. I like the crunchy roe texture on every bite of my spaghetti.
We also ordered a set of All day Breakfast. We chose Classic Big Breakfast RM25, which consist of grilled sausage, beef bacon, baked beans, sauteed mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and scrambled eggs. The big breakfast was just alright. Quite normal I felt.
For the main course, we also ordered a Oven Roasted Whole Chicken Leg RM30.90. Roasted chicken paired with garlic cream spinach, sauteed mushroom. The chicken was tasty and tender. I do like the garlic cream spinach sauce eaten with the chicken. However I find the sauce abit salty.
Last but not least, we end our meal with the signature toast, Dazzling Classic Honey Toast RM20.90. Cubes of thick toast were stacked up in 2 layers, then topped with a scoop of Häagen-Dazs ice cream and dripping strawberry sauce. The toast was slightly warm, a lil crust on the outer layer but fluffy and soft inside. I could taste the hint butter in it too. Was the yellow creamy thing, some sort of custard? Because it tasted like custard to me. 🙂 Anyway, the toast was very nice to be eaten with ice cream.
We wrapped up the meal with a lovely group photo taken here at Dazzling Cafe.
Verdict: Dazzling Cafe has nice ambiance. A nice dining place with friends and family. Food prices are on the high side. The only thing that I would love to re-visit is for the Honey Toast.
Dazzling Cafe F-001, Midvalley Megamall 75, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
*solely based on writer's own opinion*
*price stated exclude 10% service charge 6% GST*
Hello Kitty is an official Sanrio character. I adore Hello Kitty for its cuteness. I believed everyone has an inner child in them. hehe….
Hello Kitty Gourmet Cafe at Sunway Pyramid, I didn’t get the chance to visit. But during my recent travel to Bangkok, I tried to insert Hello Kitty House into my itinerary. There are many theme cafes at Bangkok now.
I was told that Hello Kitty House Bangkok is a cafe cum shop cum spa place.
Hello Kitty House is opened at Siam Square One. It is a multi storey building located along a busy road. Besides that, it is strategically located near BTS Siam Station. Its just a walking distance.
Jeng jeng jeng….we were here at Hello Kitty House Bangkok for a tea break.
The dining hall is furnished with pink pastal color chairs, walls and warm lighting making it looked so sweet & lovely.
The staff lead us to our seats. But as soon as I sat down and quickly placed an order, I couldn’t stop taking photos. LOL! Every angle and corners are worth taking photos. Its just too lovely.
Assorted cakes of the day were displayed here.
I also went upstairs. As I walked up the bright white color staircase leading up to the following floor ………………
I reached the upper floor which look grandeur and romantic! The upper floor is much brighter due to the tall windows surrounding the hall.
Apart from that, the chairs, the windows…..all are of Hello Kitty. Literally melts. I wonder if anyone throw a wedding reception here. Feels so romantic lar.
Hello Kitty & Dear Daniel ♥
The colorful menu.
I ordered the sandwich set which comes with a drink for 250 baht.
Ham & Cheese Kitty Sandwich
For drink, I chose Hot Chocolate with a kitty face. Aiyohh….how to drink la….must admire kao kao first before damaging it.
My friend chose the Hello Kitty Tumbler set for 399 baht from the monthly promo. I assumed the monthly promo may varies each month. The set comes with a Fries, a drink filled in the hello kitty tumbler. There were choice of 3 designs.
the cute tumbler that filled with Iced Milk Tea.
Everything is about Hello Kitty here…even the theme song that is constantly repeating, I could still remember and hum the song. Tell me about it…I know it can be annoying to some people. 😀
More posing 😀
After done with our light tea break & photo taking, we went downstairs at lower ground floor for more hello kitty merchandises.
very nice to see, but not so nice for my wallet. Because the prices were not cheap…moreover with out poor currency 😦
This is a very nice place even if you are not a hello kitty fan. Furthermore, I think this place is meant to attract girls… 😀 😀 😀 mainly for the ambiance and the hello kitty character…but not really about the food. Hello Kitty is main, food is secondary.
Hello Kitty House Bangkok Address: 388 Siam Square One Building, LG, 1st & 2nd Floor, Siam Square Soi (Alley) 7, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.
Contact: +662 115 1335
Business Hours: 10.00am-10.00pm
Its has been raining non stop for 2 days 2 nights. On such cold weather, I would love to have a bowl of spicy and hot soup or food to keep me warm and cozy.
When my Uni mate, Ssu Ee was in town for work, I brought her to this newest franchised cafe in Seremban. Namoo Grey is a Korean cafe located at Seremban Gateway, not far from the Seremban toll.
A modern concept kind of Korean cafe. NAMOO, which means ‘tree’ in Korean, was founded on a deep-rooted that good food should be fresh, natural and timeless.
The Korean fever will never end. At Namoo Grey, they have an extensive menu, from rice to noodles, burgers, pastas, korean pancakes, cakes and Bingsoo. Besides that, Namoo Grey is also a halal cafe. Therefore to my muslim readers, here’s the place for you to savor some halal Korean food.
Simple yet cozy environment with some Korean songs played in background.
My friend had Kimchi Jigae (Beef) – RM18.90
The Kimchi Jigae comes with a bowl of rice and some condiments or we called it banchan in Korean.
Rice burgers, probably one of their specialty. But I wasn’t in the mood of eating that. So I end up ordering Tuna Kimchi Ramyeon – RM18.90. It also comes with 3 side dishes of sausages, coleslaw & kimchi.
The noodles were cooked al-dente. Kimchi soup has the ohhmmpp of spiciness but wasn’t quite satisfied with the amount of tuna meat in it. Would prefer to add a lil more to enhance the soup flavor.
A meal wouldn’t be complete without a dessert.
We chose The King’s Bing Soo – RM18.90 (image of me pouring the condensed milk into the bowl of shaved ice dessert) Bingsoo is a Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup, and Azuki beans. The snack is highly popular in Korea.
It was nice. The ice were quite smooth. The shaved ice topped with kiwi, strawberries, azuki beans, crunchy peanuts, tteok (Korean rice cakes made with glutinous rice flour) and a scoop of ice cream, which is ideal for sharing and best to be eaten during a hot day.
I would love to pay another visit to try out other food from their menu. 🙂
Namoo Grey Korean Cafe
3-L1 Seremban Gateway
Jalan Labu, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Business Hour :- Mon to Thu (10:30am-11:00pm) Fri to Sun ( 10:30am – 12:00am)