But due to the Pandemic, Quickie Food Truck has stopped operating from its truck but mainly on caterings and online orders.
I was happy to hear that they back in their Food Truck! Few days ago, I decided to pay a visit. Still within Uptown Avenue Seremban 2, but its now located beside White 32 dental clinic / next to the former Bros Cafe.
They are back with a brand new look! Checkout their new revamped truck! Looking so cool and bold.
*Peek a boo…I see you..* The new spot has seating place for diners too.
Checkout their new menu which offers more choices from starters to mains.
From left (clockwise) Devil’s Curry Chicken Spaghetti (spicy), Chicken Rendang Spaghetti Spaghetti (mild spicy), Creamy Butter Milk Chicken Spaghetti (non-spicy) and Nasi Lemak with Peri-Peri Chicken.
All the spaghetti tasted as good as before! And the Nasi Lemak was yummy too. Do give it a try if you are nearby this area.
Tuesdays – Saturdays
6pm to 1am
I’m glad to know that Quickie Food Truck has made a comeback…. filling more happy tummies ^_^ ^_^
I read about list of kids friendly cafe or food joints in KL. I so wanted to bring my son to one of those. Especially with indoor playground. I’m sure he’ll have fun.
Ben’s General Food Store at The Gardens Mall KL came in the list. Managed by The BIG Group, located at a reputable mall in KL.
When I was at this mall, I decided to check out this restaurant. Ben’s General Food Store is located at second floor towards Robinsons.
I was there with my family for lunch. The restaurant was already half occupied.
Their menu was very simple with just wordings and no photos attached. Kids meal are also available on the menu. We placed our order soon after browsing through the menu.
My mom was sitting comfortably here while I went around checking out this place and accompany my son to their playground or play area.
This restaurant is quite spacious and also stroller friendly.
The different types of dining tables available here. You will have more options when its not crowded. The above photo is nearer to the play area.
I preferred to supervise my kid although its an indoor playground. In case he play rough, I can correct him on the spot.
somebody has left his/her coloring sheet behind.
Okay, time to get seated. I think the food is ready.
ABC Chicken Soup – RM6 (kid portion), for my son.
Hainanese Chicken Rice – RM30
Served with poached chicken breast, ginger sauce and a bowl of steamed rice. Rice was quite fluffy, portion was generous too. I don’t really fancy chicken breast unless you are a fan of chicken breast. 🙂
Nasi Ulam with Ayam Percik – RM33(sorry for the blurry photo)
A Malaysian delicacy rice dish served with a piece of ayam percik, salted egg, ulam (raw vegetables), keropok ikan and budu as condiments. My mom claimed that this nasi ulam was yummy.
Traditional Carbonara – RM35
I am a fan of Carbonara. Hence this serving was all for me. This al-dente spaghetti was cooked with cream sauce, then topped with crispy chicken bits, Parmesan cheese and a poached egg.
Cakes on shelf. Types of cakes available on their menu are; Red Velvet Cake, Coconut Cake, Banoffee Cake, Lemon Meringue Cake, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Cake, Black Forest Cake, Salted Caramel Macadamia Cheesecake, Apple Crumble Tart. Price varies from RM15-18.
Food prices are above average. But I would say its a nice family store or a place that I can catch up with my ‘aunty’ friends while kids can have fun too 😀
Ben’s General Food Store
S-212, Level 2 The Gardens Mall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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:-
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.
Put aside eateries from big city like KL. How often do you come across western food restaurant in Seremban that have pork in their menu. Quite rare isn’t it? To be honest, I love eating pork 😀 😀
I was delighted to discover Margaret. T Private Dining Place located at Uptown Avenue, Seremban 2 . This new restaurant is set up by group of food enthusiast who are passionate about great food.
“We love food and would love to share the nice food we had to people in Seremban,” said both Goh and Hayden, the important people behind this dining place.
Its not about crisp white table cloths, waiters in tuxedo. But Margaret. T Private Dining Place will ensure that the food will not let you down.
Margaret. T Private Dining Place is a casual yet classy restaurant, that emphasized on freshest ingredients, non frozen meat. Apart from that, most the meat source are from Australia. Hence, all meat are well taken care to ensure good quality meat is served.
Selections of sausages and marinated meat (pork, chicken, lamb, beef, salmon) on display. What you see here are available on the menu.
Lets begin with a protein salad, Grilled Beef Salad – RM17.90.
Grilled Australian Beef served with Baby Romaine, onion, tomato cherry, then tossed with Balsamic Dressing and garnished with Grated Parmesan Cheese.
Salmon Marooned – RM17.90
Home Cured Norwegian Salmon using Beetroot, Brandy and Lemon, served with lemon dressing, onion, tomato cherry, lettuce and finished with dash of Grated Parmesan Cheese.
It was an interesting preparation method of the salmon. I love the vibrant color of this salad. No doubt the salmon tasted fresh and so does the crispy lettuce. Both salad was a good start to our meal.
Wild Mushroom Soup – RM11.90
Prepared with Button Mushrooms, Fresh Shitake & Fresh Grey Abalone Mushroom, Onions and Leek.
Using homegrown mushrooms to prepare such rich and hearty wild mushroom soup. Not just creamy but in every spoonful is filled with mushroom bits. One of the best mushroom soup that I ever had.
Spice Roasted Pork Pasta is a fusion pasta (spaghetti). It was cooked in aglio olio method. Thus I love the combination of this pasta with roasted pork. I am so into it. 😀
Apple Glazed Pork – RM29.90
Grilled Pork Shoulder with hints of Apple Cider served with Stir Fry Vegetables and Roasted Baby Potatoes.
A cut section of the grilled pork shoulder. It was nicely grilled and the meat was tender with hint of sweetish from the apple cider.
Prime Norwegian Salmon – RM29.90
Grilled Fresh Salmon, accompanied with Stir Fry Vegetables and Baby Roasted Potatoes then finished with Homemade Japanese Unagi Sauce.
Grilled salmon tasted good on its own. It is well seasoned and not overcooked. Furthermore the salmon skin was crispy too. And I believed it requires some good skills.
Rosemary Lamb Rack
The nicely seasoned Lamb Rack was well executed. It was a delicious lamb rack with lovely pinkish tone.
Wagyu Ribeye Marble 6 – RM199
Grilled Australian Wagyu Ribeye 6 with Stir Fry Vegetables and Roasted Potatoes served with homemade sauce.
This slab of Wagyu was a starlight of the day. It was perfectly grilled. Despite tasty, the meat was tender, juicy and smooth. The marble fats create buttery like texture. It literally melts in the mouth. So yummy!
Apart from all the above, Cajun Chicken is one of the recommended dish here.
At Margaret. T Private Dining Place, there are selections of wine and liquor to compliment your meal.
Margaret. T, a place to satisfy your pork craving and it is worth checking out. Do checkout their menu of the month on their chalkboard or FB page. You may not find it on the menu. Make your reservation by calling 012-638 5967 to avoid disappointment.
Margaret. T Private Dining Place
366, Jalan S2 B15, Seksyen B, Uptown Avenue, Seremban 2, 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
Last month, in conjunction to Mother’s Day celebration, I brought my mom, my sister to celebrate our Mother’s Day at Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches, The Gardens Mall. This is their second outlet after the first outlet at Sea Park, PJ.
To play safe, I called to make a reservation for 7pm. The dining hall was already 3/4 occupied when we arrived *phew*.
Apart from that, the dining hall is very colorful and looked interesting too.
You know you are in serious PIG mode when you noticed the whole load of pigs surrounding you…
Not forgetting the tagline; “Confirm Gila Babi” which I find it hilarious. 😀
We spent some reading time due to the extensive Menu, consist of rice, pasta, salad, sandwiches.
This place is all about pork pork pork and more pork. Bring it on, the gila babi!
We started off with the Signature BBQ Pork Ribs (Full-6 ribs) RM45. I opted for non spicy because the kids can’t take spicy.
Caramelized, tender and juicy pork ribs I got here! Even, my home *Gordon Ramsay gave an approval on this 😀
Curry Sloppy Fries RM10
Curry Sloppy Fries was really good! Very special I felt. French fries topped with rich curry minced pork sauce & melted cheese. Ohhh, so sinful….but so memorable 😀
Ham Tan (salted egg) lover = Happily Ham Sup ^_^
Salted Egg Fried Pasta (got balls) RM18
Ohh, I love balls. I meant pork balls. The al-dente pasta was nicely coated with salted egg. Not too much of salted egg but just nice. As for the pork balls, it was tasty and meaty.
Hoi Lam Ting (Rice) RM20
There’s rice, pork cutlets, gravy (sauce), salad as side.
I’m a gravy person. I poured in the gravy and stirred it well before eating the rice. I am an Asian. I am a Tong Nasi. I definitely love rice..LOL!
Upon ordering the (Full-6pcs) ribs, we are entitled for the “Kids Eat For Free” dish. Choice of dish for the “Kids Eat for Free” was quite limited. Thus we chose Rice Vice.
The portion is of full size. It has generous gravy on rice, topped with an egg and slices of fried chicken cutlet which was tender too. Every mouthful of rice was so flavorful due to the gravy. The kids like it too.
Rice Vice look quite similar to Katsudon. I actually preferred this over Hoi Lam Ting 🙂
In conjunction to Mother’s Day, for every RM100 spent, we got a complimentary Lazy Bones Wrap. Too much food to handle, we gotto take home this wrap.
I think mom enjoyed the food here. Happy Mother’s day mummy 🙂
The face of kena forced to take photo >.<
I felt the dishes served here are quite family friendly. They have spicy, non-spicy, rice or pasta to cater for both children & the elderly. Furthermore the twist of Asian~Western flavors suited our local taste very well. Apart from that, if you dislike pork, there’s a small selection of fish & chicken dishes on the menu.
Ticklish Ribs & ‘Wiches, The Gardens Mall(near Sushi Zanmai)
Lot T216B, 3rd Floor, The Gardens Mall, Midvalley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +6012 567 2216 Operating Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am – 10pm
**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*
I did some homework few days before traveling to Langkawi. Just in case I do not want to end up paying hefty price for some lousy food.
I found out about this place which located along Pantai Cenang having quite a numbers of positive feedback in terms of environment and food. Therefore this place has to be in my itenary. Yellow Cafe is like a hidden gem. Without a signboard of its name, I doubt I could locate it. It is situated beside Langkapuri Inn passing through the rooms of Langkapuri Inn to locate this cafe.
The owner of this cafe decided to name his cafe as Yellow Cafe based on a nickname ‘Yello’ he gotten from Thailand. Simple and easy to remember isn’t it?
Using yellow as its theme color, we are expecting to see yellow here and there. 😀 😀
“Yellow Cafe is divided into three dining concepts: the Steak House Restaurant is comprised of an indoor section with dark wooden furnishings; the Cocktail Bar offers large comfortable sofas, while the Beach Front Lounge is perfect for lounging with a number of triangle Thai pillows, plush beanbags, and hammocks.”
My friend and I decided to sit here and this was our view. I could feel the fine sand below my feet. 🙂
You can also watch the ongoing beach activities. E.g: para sailing, banana boat.
A cold beer with nice view feels so good.
At Yellow Cafe, they served mostly western food. Considering this area as tourist spot, the food prices are considered affordable. Their non pictorial menu was rather simple and straight forward.
We ordered a 12″(30cm) size pizza. I chose Tacchino(Turkey Ham, Mozarella, Olives, mushroom, tomato sauce)– RM31
The pizza had a very thin crust. Buttery & crisp. The toppings were sufficient to cover every slices of pizza we had.
There were only 2 types of spaghetti served here. The bolognaise would be rather common. Therefore I chose the latter. I ordered for Spaghetti Serena (Chicken & Mushroom) – RM24
The al-dente spaghetti was tasty, creamy but not cloyed. The amount of mushrooms and chicken were quite generous too.
Both dishes were on sharing basis. I enjoyed the food here. The food prices here ranges from RM20 – RM60.
The atmosphere here at night.
During peak periods, the cafe also hosts live bands performing a variety of music genres such as reggae and salsa.
Well, be prepare for the sunset view. The sunset here was around 7.30pm. Quite late huh..
The sunset at ‘Andaman Sea’
Beautiful, isn’t it?
*nice stuffs are worth waiting, but they won’t stay long either*
Simply d offers an array of Western & Asian infused Pastas,Salads,Sandwiches & more. I was told that Simply d is from The Delicious group. A few friends shared about this place. Made me wanna try it too. Currently there are only 3 outlets available in Klang Valley. Located at Avenue K, NU Sentral, The Curve. The outlet at NU Sentral would be very convenient if you are using the public transport. Because NU Sentral is linked to KL Sentral 🙂
A simple and casual looking cafe. It was quite crowded on weekdays during lunch hour. Patrons are mostly white collar people.
Menu also simple.
My sis and I decided to go for this set. We both chose pasta inclusive of a drink. Top up another RM5 for an additional skewer. Choose between chicken or mushroom skewer.
Its self service here. You gotto place your order at the counter. Look what I got! Free ice cream! *showing my happy face to sis* You can claim your free ice cream on the same day or the next visit before the expiry date.
Sis chose Chili Chicken Pastamee using Angelhair pasta.
The chicken skewer was tasty & juicy.
Unfortunately the mushroom skewer was disappointing. Still quite raw leh… 😦
We had Iced Lemonade. Was quite bland. Instead of lemonade, I felt like it was a cuppa iced water with hint of lemon taste.
I had Sweet Basil & Cashew Nut Pesto with char grilled chicken. I chose linguine.
Love the vibrant color of the pesto coating the pasta. It was delicious.
Redeemed the ice cream after our meal. *check out flavor of the day from the counter* You can have a choice of ice cream in a cup or in a cone. I want cone!! I felt the taste of its soft ice cream more like a frozen yogurt. Probably because of its flavor. I like the Mango flavor. But not the white chocolate one.
wow…they also provide delivery which is good for sharing especially if there’s any occasions in offices.
I am not a heavy coffee drinker. But I love the fact that there are more coffee joints opened in Seremban 2. Currently there are 4 (did I miss out any?). 4 is definitely a small number compared to KL. Anyhow…quality is more important than quantity right? hehe….
I’ve just visited Coffee & Dreams located at Uptown Avenue, Seremban 2. The so-called happening place in Seremban 2 with restaurants and pubs.
I enjoyed having a cuppa aromatic coffee in a cosy environment.
“A coffee a day keeps the doctor away”
Lets see if Coffee & Dreams is ‘my cup of tea’.
Cakes, muffins, pudding and pastries are served here.
I also like the quiet and calm environment when I was there. Service was not bad too.
Selections of ‘hot drinks’ on their menu.
The current on going promotion for breakfast, lunch and tea time which I thought its a good deal.
The free glass of watermelon juice upon ordering lunch from their on going promotion.
Full Spaghetti with Ham – RM15.90
The spaghetti bolognese was alright but not memorable.
Skinless and boneless chicken chop was grilled to perfection and drizzled with fragrant black pepper sauce. Alongside with some greens. The chicken meat was tender and also tasty. Quite good.
I wanted to try their waffle. Therefore I went for original flavor;
Butter & Syrup Waffle – RM6.90
The waffle turn out to be quite nice. Not dry but fluffy.
Mille Crepe (Vanilla). There were actually few other flavors…but I chose to try the original flavor. Want to try the originality ma… hehe.. Unfortunately I felt that their mille crepe was just average. Too much cream I felt. A nice mille crepe shouldn’t look collapsing, right?
This “I dunno what name” chocolate cake was better.
Yay…I finally got the chance to taste this handmade pudding by Sweet Montage. There were few other flavors, but I chose Salted Gula Melaka. Price at RM7.90 for a small jar… a lil pricey?? But I love everything from the packaging, the taste and the texture. Wobbly texture and wasn’t too sweet. Like a combination of custard & tau fu fah 🙂
Verdict: If you notices… I actually visited Coffee & Dreams on 2 different occasions. First round was for drinks and cakes…2nd round to sample the food. Eventually the drinks (coffee) tasted better on my 2nd visit… first visit made me felt that the coffee taste was rather mild. I hope they will be more consistent in brewing their coffee.Will definitely return for more coffee and food 😉