LC and I hardly have Chinese food in malls as there’s always a better equivalent in a kopitiam or restaurant elsewhere. Souper Tang was an exception because soup rice dishes are quickly becoming extinct in the Klang Valley. If you know a good one, be sure to let me know!
Souper Tang’s impressive variety had us flipping the menu for quite awhile before deciding on a rice dish and a soup each.
To tempt you to read on, here’s a photo that had people drooling on my Facebook.
Our search of good pancakes after the meal at Naughty Nuri’s brought us from Breadfruits in Sri Hartamas (who only serves their breakfast items till 5 pm) to Tryst in SS 15. This was based off a list of ‘Best Pancakes in KL & Subang’ that Ezel found online.
Tryst offers an al-fresco and indoor air-conditioned dining with shisha on the al-fresco side.
The quirky side to Tryst had rustic bookshelves, paintings on the wall with a graffiti touch and a lone mannequin in the middle of the cafe. I loved the magazine cutting covered staircase to their upper floor but missed a photo as it was dark.
The visit to Mitasu came rather unexpectedly as it was an appreciation dinner for volunteers for events organized by Comic Fiesta. Honestly, I have never heard of Mitasu till the day we were told it was our dinner location so imagine my amazement when it turned out to be a pork-free ala-carte Japanese buffet!
Other reviews can be found here, here and here.
Located at Central Plaza, the parking area is accessible via the service road between Menara Standard Chartered and Pavilion KL.
If you’re wondering where Central Plaza is, it’s the oddly shaped building with the striking purple hue along Jalan Bukit Bintang. Thank you Mitasu’s Facebook for the image.
And they’re located right at Central Plaza’s entrance. Thank you again Mitasu’s Facebook.
Originating in Ubud, Bali, Naughty Nuri’s has grown beyond the mom and pop warung (Isnuri Suryatmi and her late American husband Brian Aldinger) to multiple branches in Indonesia and 2 branches in Malaysia – Desa Sri Hartamas and Burmah Road in Penang. Famous for its grilled pork ribs, I knew it was a matter of time that I end up here, given that my pork consumption has gone up a little recently.
A cute image tickles your funny bone as you make your way to its entrance.
Softsrve, a cute wordplay on soft serve ice-cream is one of the newest ice-cream joints in town (about 6 months old at the point this post was written) and our visit was prompted by Ezel (yes, Deliciouslogy’s MIA co-owner) quite recently.
softsrve is located at the same row as Texas Chicken in Damansara Uptown towards the center of the row.
It is no secret that my favorite gelato is cielo dolci and that I was super sad when they moved away from Paradigm Mall. How do I get my gelato fix then? 😦
With that thought in mind, I actually had cielo dolci gelato twice in one day. Entirely by accident, of course.
The first dose was at whimsical gelataria & caffe at Solaris Dutamas. We planned for a brunch and gelato visit.
Curiosity killed the cat again as I gingerly placed my order for a lunch box delivery from Dah Makan. My last experience with Happy Time Kitchen Lunch Box was less than satisfactory but my confidence to order with Dah Makan was backed up by pretty solid reviews from Eat Drink KL, Health Works and Jewel Pie.
My order arrived at 12.13 noon and the vibrant packaging actually got me a little excited at opening the box.