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Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point

 

This is a great place to go in Pearl Point at Old Klang Road if you fancy a quick bite of classic Taiwanese dishes. There’s noodle soup, dumplings, Taiwan sausages and more. The mains and set meals are excellent value for money not to mention their speedy services. The signature Taiwanese Sausage (RM 10.90) is served in slices for bite size and a killer accompaniment for that bowl of piping hot Claypot Lou Shi Fun (RM 15.90) and that bowl of steaming Hell-hot Ramen Soup (RM 12.90) .

 

1.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
2.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
3.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
4.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point

 

Pan Fried 3 Colour Dumpling serves assortment of Seafood Dumpling, Pork Dumpling and Vegetable Dumpling (RM5.90 for 3 pcs, RM 10.90 for 6 pcs) Stuffed with a mixof fresh ingredients, the mix plate of assorted dumplings are such a delight if you are looking for solid and quick lunch.

 

5.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point

 

They do lunch and dinner combo deals with healthy side dishes and soups but when dining communal, the new addition on their menu is quite a joy. We tried the Braised Tomato Beef (RM 15.90) and the Moonlight Pancake (RM 21.90) and both expressed comfort.

 

6.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
7.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point

 

Once done with the savory, try some of their sweet pleasures. We had the soft flaky mango ice and the oreo ice cream made popular by the Taiwanese to mimic the bonsai plant- Mango Snowy Ice (RM 13.90) and Bonsai Ice Cream (RM 5.90). If not, try the Glutinous Rice Tea (RM 6.90 for 1 person, RM 11.90 for 2 person). It was uniquely pleasant and light and perfect for after meals.

 

8.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
9.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point
10.Little Taiwan New Menu 2016 @ Pearl Point

 

Taiwan Recipe is located at :
Lot 1.0.27 and 1.0.32 Ground Floor,
Pearl Point Shopping Mall, Batu 5,
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: Daily 10.30am – 10.30pm

Phone: +60 1-300-80-8292
GPS: 3.084679,101.673102
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TaiwanRecipeMY/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/taiwanrecipe.pp/

 

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Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Chopsticks at the ready! The Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant at SS 23 has opened their door for Chinese cuisine lovers. The ‘secret’ in the name makes it sound all mystifying and underground, which is far from the truth. In décor and cooking, Secret Garden is not just one of a kind but utterly wonderful with their heartwarming home recipes made into gourmet dishes. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The menu is a compact selection of exquisitely steamed, baked, or stir fried dishes and ranging from classic fried rice to more sophisticated items such as braised “dong po” meat, one can enjoy the authentic taste of Chinese culture through the flavours in their dishes. Starting with the Home Styled Taiwanese Chicken Soup with Pickled Pineapple and Bitter Melon (RM 18), this timeless Chinese classic is not only nourishing and benefiting but lovely as appetizer. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Both Crispy Deep Fried Prawn Cracker (RM 38) and Steamed Free Ranged Duckweed Fed Chicken with Homemade Sauce make such great communal dishes. The prawn cracker has a fantastic texture and with the festive season approaching, this one is quite a good starter option. And for decades after steamed chicken being treated as a classic dish, Secret Garden is serving theirs using nothing but the best fresh produce- free ranged duckweed fed chicken. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The much anticipated signature is a must order, and that is coming from someone who avoids eating those pork fats. Signature Taiwanese Style Braised “Dong Po” Pork Belly (RM 38 small and RM 66 large) is being served meticulously tied up, to hold the cubes while it go through an 8 hours of braising. These giant cubes of pork belly with thick, almost gooey gravy is unbelievably delicious. It’s best companion is some of their fluffy soft mantao buns, which arrives a little late for we have all finished out meats before it arrives. Or, maybe we wallop the pork a little too quickly? 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The late arrival of those sweet and fluffy bun turns out fantastic to go with their Grouper Fish Head in Yellow Curry with Fresh Milk (RM 56 small, RM 98 large) as well. Curry gravy is pleasant and light thanks to the clever replacement of fresh milk instead of coconut milk. Also swimming in the hot pot served on a portable stove, is an assorted mix of vegetables. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

The Secret Garden here exemplifies Chinese cuisine’s attitude when it comes to communal eating. Seafood are usually symbol of luxury and is normal to have them on the table especially when there is a special occasion to celebrate. We are all generously served with these super huge Pan Fried Fresh King Prawn with Soya Sauce (RM 88 small, RM 156 large) that’s typically robust with an abundance of sweetness from the soya sauce, I can’t help licking my fingers. Also, they are as big as my face. Watch it on my snapchat to believe it. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

Talking about standard Chinese dishes, Secret Garden cooks aroma and flavours so close to home and comforting to the stomach, it is the reason enough to return for more. Take their Homemade Organic Black Soyabean Tofu in Pumpkin Gravy (RM 28), Stir Fried Garlic Chives with Minced Pork (RM 25 small, RM 38 large), and Pork Belly Fried Rice with XO sauce for instance; it took me right back to my mum’s dining table. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

When it comes to dessert, the Herbal Jelly with Wild Honey (RM 12) is served chilled and this one is a good representative of classy dessert being a trendsetter and hopefully remains a benchmark against all high end Chinese restaurants. 

Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant @ Taman Sea, SS 23

 

I love it that alcohols are available and this is apparent as soon as we enter when greeted by the bar facing the dinning floor. Overall, Secret Garden isn’t Earth-shattering but there’s great potential for this eatery to be really popular.

 

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Secret Garden Chinese Restaurant is located at:
7 & 9, Jalan SS 23/15,
Taman Sea,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-7887 6999
Business Hour: 11:30AM–3PM, 6–11PM (daily)
GPS:3.116199,101.61241
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/mysecretgardenpj/?_rdr

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Two Pesos Malaysia @ Kota Damansara

Two Pesos @ Kota Damansara (Second Outlet)

 

Steamboat is a communal affair, and groups of diners usually enjoy steamboat in huge group but what happens when there is very few of you but would still like to enjoy cooking bits of variation in bowls of assorted bubbling stocks? The popular choice and answer to that would be Two Pesos, the modern Taiwanese mini steamboat that is already popular amongst steamboat lovers.

 

Offering a range of fresh ingredients and a lovely array of soups in individual pot serving size, the selection of mini pots were improvised and amended so the new menu is currently a lot more interesting with a couple of new additions along with few from old menu that has proven to be a keeper. Like the first outlet, this one uses recyclable menu where diners mark and pick the choices of combinations offered in respective combo sets. All the mini pot would come with a choice of either fish or poultry and carb source of either rice or noodle.

 

Two Pesos Steamboat Menu

 

This new and improved version of the second Two Pesos is essentially furnished, with higher ceiling for better ventilation, plain wooden tables each with stove inset. And following the success from the first outlet, the flavours of their soup are very global. From Japanese Sukiyaki to Mongolian hot pot, big parties can feast and sample from more than 10 kinds of soups. As well, over at the condiment station, their popular perfect-match-sauce that offers a diverse eating experience although I’d say those sweet broths is so flavourful you don’t need the array of sauces.

 

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3. two pesos steamboat kota damansara

 

The goodness of fresh ingredients with sliced fish, vegetables and other goodies fortunately don’t come at VIP prices. The Japanese Sukiyaki Pot (RM 15.50) that is jam packed with flavours serves sweet and delicious soup that grows richer as the ingredients cooked. Plenty of mushrooms, sweet pea sprouts, radish, corn, pumpkin and all this matches well into the sweet sukiyaki pot.

 

4.Two pesos mini hotpot steamboat kota damansara
5.Two pesos mini hotpot steamboat kota damansara

 

Being a fantastic place for families to visit, I would recommend the all time favourite that’ll probably be right on top of the popularity chart; Milky Seafood Pot (RM 16). Faultlessly matching with sweetness of the seafood, with an actual slice of cheese inside the pot, this soft milky broth is bundled with umami sensation that pleases the taste bud. It is a top scorer amongst younger dinners. Merryn’s boys seemed to like this one and it was plenty of joy watching them enjoying their food.

 

6. Two Pesos Kota Damansara
7. Kota Damansara Two pesos

 

Sour Greenings Pot (RM 15) is least fancier when it comes to the broth but this one serves awesomeness because after a quick stir frying to extract the flavour from your meat, the clear broth is so ready for the vegetables, noodles and other cook-it-yourself goodies to plunge into the boiling broth.

 

11. Two Pesos SS 2 new outlet in Kota Damansara
12.Two Pesos SS 2 new outlet in KD

 

And with the sour vegetables cooking in the pot, there is no need for dipping sauces.

 

8. Two Pesos Taiwan Steamboat in Kota Damansara
9. Two Pesos Taiwan Steamboat in Kota Damansara
10. Two Pesos Taiwan Steamboat in Kota Damansara
13. Kd two pesos steamboat ss 2

 

Also well known to have serving their mini pots in respective pot functionality, Two Pesos is probably the only place to see different serving pots on each tables. We’ve seen the Tahini pots in their first outlet, this time we look at their Italian Tomato Pot (RM 16) and Lemon Seafood (RM 16) otherwise also known as the Hello Kitty pot. Expect this one to clog the social media of Hello Kitty fans. Alas, as impressive as the pots are, the taste weren’t as intense and any of the earlier pots. A milder approach to savour the flavour of the ingredients, both carries a light umami with slightly tangy finishing.

 

14.Two pesos mini hotpot steamboat kota damansara
15.Two pesos mini hotpot steamboat kota damansara

 

But the ultimate enjoyment this time around at this second outlet is Two Pesos BBQ Pot (RM 19.50)- a two in one set with both the hot pot and a BBQ grill for twice the fun and twice the satisfaction. The set is good for one but sharing is always a little more delicious and heartwarming.

 

16. two pesos kota damansara

 

The meat in this set features more meat than regular sets and this makes a difference to meat lovers.

 

17.two pesos kota damansara

 

This newer outlet is more spacious and equally good when it comes to the quality of their soups and every other ingredient that goes into the pots or on the grill pan. Most importantly, there is a higher chance to skip the long queue before news travel.

 

Two Pesos Malaysia @ Kota Damansara  (second outlet) Full review at http://wp.me/p1tyh7-1FA

 

Two Pesos Malaysia is also in Kota Damansara now (second outlet) at:
32-1, Jalan PJU 5/9, Dataran Sunway,
Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-6143 6299
GPS: 3.1507174,101.5913469
Opening Hour: Mon-Sun (12pm- 3pm , 6pm-11pm)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2pesosmalaysiakd/
Website: http://www.2pesos.com.my/

 

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Lai Lai Casual Dining @ Kuchai Lama

 

When reviewing a Japanese restaurant in this neighbourhood, I stumbled upon this Taiwanese Chinese cuisine which I thought is worth a word or two to share in case anyone is interested. First of all, the prices are really reasonable. A glance at the menu and more than half of the dishes are pretty decently priced. Here is the set meal I had and for RM 20.80, there is a claypot of the famous three cups chicken as one of the main dishes. The chicken was surprisingly better than expected thanks to the very fresh chicken and the generous use of fresh basil. It was sweet and succulent and tenderly served at appropriate bite sizes.

 

1.lai lai casual dinning-3 cups chicken

 

Also included in the meal was a vege dish to balance the meal. There were not many choices from the package so I picked the Xiao Bai Chai, which is ordinary and palatably decent.

 

2.lai lai casual dinning -xiao bai chai

 

Also included in the meal were two bowls of boiled soup of the day of which in this case was the ABC soup. The generous use of ingredients made this soup really flavourful. There were potato, carrot, white radish, and plumped cuts of pork ribs.

 

3.lai lai casual dinning soup of the day

 

The portions were slightly overwhelming for me for sure. But what I was more impressed with was their take away lunch boxes. They were real authentic; just like those in Taiwan. Not many Taiwanese cuisine restaurants here practice that. So that’s pretty cool.

 

4.lai lai casual dinning (7)

 

I didn’t quite remember the beverage menu, but we went for simple green tea. The total bill came up to less than RM 22 (including tax) for 2 pax so I really think the price is rather reasonable. Because the ingredients used are really fresh, so that results in extraordinary outcome from the simplest dish.

 

5.lai lai casual dinning (3)

 

The restaurant is a corner lot so there are ample spaces in between the layout of very casual seating which is sufficient to cater to comfort dinning. In case any patron in the neighbourhood decides to check them out, the Lai lai Casual Dining is located at:

 

2G, Jalan Kuchai Maju 9,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuchai Lama,
58200, Kuala Lumpur
03-7972 6162 / 018-396 0122
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lai-Lai-Casual-Dining

 

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Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack Celebrates 10th Anniversary with new menu !

 

Think Taiwan street snack and the only place that probably comes to everyone’s mind would probably be the Shihlin’ Taiwan Street Snack. Little did we know that it has been 10 years since they arrived on our shore, and since then have been mushrooming perpetually every where all around the country. Celebrating their 10th year (time flies), the launch of a new snack would definitely get the fans going crazy after these irresistibly addictive bites that are really crunchy although slightly greasy to me. Thanks to Ruth from PerutBesi , I attended a quick review at the One Utama outlet. The outlet didn’t have much space but was sufficient and comfy enough to cater since most patrons grab and go.

 

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Deciding to go with Enokitake (enoki) instead of the more commonly used oyster or shitake mushroom would mean a larger ratio of surface area to volume hence a lot crispier when snacking on it. Taste of mushroom did not become distinct until a bit later when masticating. To begin with, these mushroom lack the distinct flavour especially when cooked. For those who don’t chew too long, you might miss the flavour of mushroom. Instead, it will be the aroma and fragrant of the battered coat. Which is why, these little devils are available in an array of flavours.

 

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Like their renowned fried chicken, the use of flavoured powder is used to create flavours to this fried mushroom. Apart from the Original flavour, we also tried the Seaweed flavour which would be inconsistent and very much relying on how the seasoned powder is being sprinkled (the tiny greenish powder on top). Other flavours available would be Kimchi, which I look forward to trying it out when soon, Sour Cream, and Wasabi. Pretty interesting if you ask me, and I do look forward to the sour cream flavour as well. This Crispy Salt Pepper Mushrooms sells at RM 5.50.

 

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The Crispy mushroom was addictive indeed, but the other dishes on the menu still impress me after 10 years. The XXL Crispy Chicken is one of their signatures and I’ve always love the consistency of this huge chicken breast that is super crispy on the outside and super tender, soft and juicily moist on the inside. Selling at RM 6.50, this one is good to go and I must confess the bad habit of me sneaking this into the cinema.

 

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Fan of this chicken can now enjoy it with a bed of fluffy short grain white rice and some Japanese tofu topped with century eggs and sprinkled spring onions at RM 9. Namely the Happy! Rice-Box Set, I would say it would suffice for speedy lunch but not good enough for something wholly. I’d like some vege to go with my rice.

 

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The Oyster Mee Suah (RM6.50) has got to be the champ on the lists of signature dishes whenever thinking of Taiwanese food. Despite being less starchy than the ones in Taiwan, they reign fairly well when compared to many others in town. Whenever thinking of this delicacy, Shihlin definitely pops up for sure. The mixture to create this dish would offer slight sourish flavour which is amazing to open the appetite and while the gravy was thickened with flour, the tip is not to stir too much to prevent it from diluting.

 

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Also amazing is the raw oysters which is super juicy and sweet when bursting in your mouth as you chew. A sensation I absolutely love.

 

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This other snacks available are the Crispy Floss Egg Crepe which can be quite filling for quick snack in between meals. There is a mellow sweetness from the chicken floss but in general is a savoury dish. Selling at RM 6, it is a fair snack which is pretty satisfying.

 

Crispy Floss Egg Crepe rm6

 

And lastly, another awesome pack to sneak into cinemas (not that I am encouraging) would be the Sweet Plum Potato Fries at a fair price of RM 4.50. The Tawainese are brilliant when it comes to innovation and when classic meets creativity, we get this remarkable snack. And here, they consistently impress patrons with very fine quality of young sweet potatoes resulting in smoothness on the inside and crunchiness from the light coat of deep fried flour. Sprinkled with plum powder, it was also addictive.

 

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When it comes to beverages, I remembered them selling only V-soy’s soya milk and bottled water then. Now, they have soft canned drinks as well.

 

Lastly, in conjunction with this celebration, there is the 10th year anniversary collectible card with grand price of RM 20000 and instant win. All throughout November and December 2013, purchase a minimum of RM 10 and entitle yourself to a 10th anniversary collectible card. Ten cards to be launched over 8 weeks and all you have to do is collect all 10 of them to win*.

 

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Locate this outlet at:
LG312A, Lower Ground Floor
One Utama Shopping Centre
1, Lebuh Bandar Utama
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shihlinsnacks
*refer to their Facebook for contest info

 

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D’dream cafe, a must visit for Doraemon fan

 

Spending years collecting priceless collectibles from all over the world, a young man with lasting persistency to one day share his precious with fans and others who love and adore the work of late Japanese artist Fujiko Fujio begins his journey to fulfill both the love for Japanese anime ambassador, Doraemon and food, in particular the Taiwan food. I cannot be more exciting when Open Rice decided to host a review session at the D’ Dream café. A name that is pretty cliché for a café but nonetheless holds significant meaning to the owner himself. With his ever burning passion, Nicholas insisted on delivering the best and the finest possibly served to his customers as a token of gratitude in return for their support and love for his dishes. Believing in meeting his own expectations and being part of a place where he can share and exhibits his precious collections.

 

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Crafting the most significant dish ever to characterized the representative dishes of Taiwan cuisine, the menu is charming as itself to ease customers when it comes to picking their food. Before I get loose and out of control and side tracked myself to the collectibles in the café display itself, let’s focus on the spotlight here, their dishes.

 

Like I’ve mentioned, typical Taiwan signature dishes as the outcome from the love of those dishes by Nicholas himself. Typical ones except the Oyster Mee suah which I thought would definitely be on the menu. Alas, no mee suah whatsoever and the closest you get to that is their Ramen. The Deep Fried Pork Ramen here sells at an affordable price of RM 7.50 and is superbly suitable for solo dinners.

 

d dream cafe -Deep Fried Pork Ramen RM 7.50

 

And don’t forget the Braised Beef Ramen (RM 9) whereby the soup was lovely and especially amazing on raining days. The café take pride in MSG free preparation and Nicholas manages everything right from scratch. The texture of the ramen wasn’t something we can shout about or highly recommend especially if you have tasted authentic ones in Taiwan itself. Subjected to personal preferences still, some prefer softer texture while others like it al dente. It was nothing close to my liking and it seriously reminds me of spaghetti.

 

5.d dream cafe -Braised Beef Ramen RM 9 (1)

 

If you are typical type where rice is a must, then the Braised Pork Rice is a must. The braised pork bedding on the white rice was nicely cooked and had the texture that I really fancy. A well balanced of lean and fat as well as not over minced making it crucially blending so well with the texture of white rice. It was smooth like you almost can’t taste the chunks of fats but instead it was mildly prevailing in forms of moist. Not to mention it came with really cute processed fish cake with my favourite cartoon print on it. I thought the angry bird fish cake I had in Celup was impressive, until this one.

 

d dream cafe -Braised Pork Rice RM 7.50 (3)

 

If that haven’t got enough meat in your diet, there is the Three Cups Phoenix Rice which sells at RM 7.50. It was an impressive price but underwhelming when it comes to the taste of this dish. On first taste, chicken pongteh instantly came to mind and subsequent bites went numb from the overpowering brine when eating the chicken without white rice. But when having it with rice, it was close to amazing if you didn’t mind the lack of plants in your meal.

 

7.d dream cafe -Three Cups Phoenix Rice RM 7.50 (1)

 

Taiwan is popular for their street snack and while you are here and focusing a hundred percent on their food, then I highly recommend their bites. I do think that they score fairer than the main dishes. Starting with the Golden French Fries, which is definitely worth the price to pay for RM 5 would serve a good sharing portion which is irresistibly addictive. And did I mention food was served really slowly, hence making these bites essential if not admiring on the range of collections. Served hot and topped with generous sour plum powder which is honestly redundant if you asked me. The deep fried sweet potato strips were perfect on their own. Lightly coated with flour and deep fried for that promising finish of crunchiness on the outside and velvet smooth and soft texture of young sweet potato on the inside.

 

8.d dream cafe -Golden French Fries RM 5 (2)

 

While the sweet potato tantalizes the taste bud, the Golden QQ Ball did not meet up to expectations albeit the effort of the beautiful colour. It was a pleasant vision but disappointing palate. QQ in general speaks as chewy or bouncy but it was neither and slightly tough on the outside.

 

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Other interesting bites includes the savoury choices of Pop Corn Chicken and Stewed Bean Curd each selling at RM 6 and RM 5 respectively. Both absolutely ambrosial and perfect for sharing, and great as bud teasing appetisers. The chicken bites were lovely and crunchy with tasty spice powder and basil you can never have enough of this.

 

10.d dream cafe -Pop Corn Chicken RM 6 (small)  RM 9 (large)

 

The stewed bean curd appeared ordinary and somewhat bland in presentation but was obviously deceiving at a glance. Upon the first bite, feel the moist and sweetness oozing from inside the bean curd pieces while the gravy nicely compliments the mild flavour of soy bean of bean curd.

 

11.d dream cafe -Stewed Bean Curd RM 5 (3)

 

Lastly the Herbal Jelly Milk with very refreshing grass jelly nicely swimming inside cold milk or their Fruit Tea which is one of the nice ones I’ve tried around this area. The fruit tea is something worth recommending since generous amount of ingredients and efforts were put into it. Once again, the pricing was reasonable at RM 4.90 and RM 6.50(hot)/RM 6.90(cold) respectively for a standard tall glass which could serve 2-3 people.

 

12.d dream cafe -Herbal Jelly Milk RM 4.90 (1)
13.d dream cafe -Fruit Tea RM 6.50 (hot) RM 6.90 (cold)

 

This café is a must visit for all Doraemon fan. It is absolutely worth paying a visit where you get to admire and really appreciate many collectible pieces of which some are very limited editions collected from all over the world .Nicholas himself is a fan and have been collecting since he was 9 years old. I have not in my entire life meet anyone else as indulging as he is and I truly respect him for his passion and love to the robot cat. Since this place is managed by 2 staffs only, expect delay in between dishes which is why reservation is highly recommended so they can prepare prior to arrival whilst ensuring the best of quality in their food.

 

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Thank the friendly and fun loving people in Open Rice for organizing this and giving me this great opportunity to experience this amazing café. Be it for the displays or the food, I would definitely return for more.

 

D’Dream Café is located at:
70 Jalan SS 2/60,
Ss 2, Petaling Jaya,
47300 Selangor
Phone: 03-7865 3073
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DDreamCafe2013

 

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Cutest burger in town @ the Bear Paw

 

The first outlet has been running well in Setapak and that is one place I am often reluctant to travel to due to the distance and the very challenging traffic on the road. When the launch of the new outlet in SS 15, I delightfully proceed to explore those cute paws which originated from Taiwan.

 

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The seats are neat and the walls are nicely decorated with none other than paw prints, and cartoons, and very delicious looking bear paw.

 

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I must admit the Taiwanese often put in a lot of thoughts to make their food really fancy. These cute little paw prints are no different as well.

 

3. bear paw -whole wheat, fish, honey mustard, cheese-lemon yakult RM 16.90 (3)
3.1. bear paw -whole wheat, fish, honey mustard, cheese-lemon yakult RM 16.90 (5)

 

They capture the heart of youngsters almost at a quick instant to a finger snap. Available it three choices being the fish, chicken and the spicy chicken patty in a selection of few options of bun types and sauces types, along with fresh lettuce and tomato slices. The buns are alright, soft and warm even though I went with the healthier choice of bun- the whole wheat bun. I am thinking fish but did not want to match it with the tartar sauce instead; I went with the honey mustard.

 

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The fish slice was very well done at a perfect timing Very crispy on the outside and superbly juicy inside. The fish slice is not thin thus making it really plump in texture. The only drawback is probably the overloaded sauce but I would remember to ask for lesser sauce.

 

5.bear paw -whole wheat, fish, honey mustard, cheese-lemon yakult RM 16.90 (10)

 

The overloaded sauce results in the ‘paw’ being slightly mushy when it meets the fresh slice of tomato and lettuce. There is too much moist in it on top of the fresh vegetables. Preparing each order fresh is something worth admiration and I really hope for them to maintain this standard even when business becomes busier later.

 

6.bear paw -whole wheat, fish, honey mustard, cheese-lemon yakult RM 16.90 (8)

 

The Bear Paw itself cost RM 9.90 but the value set meal each range from RM 12.90- RM 14.90 The selection comprises of a Bear Paw, and a choice of their beverage series. Since the Taiwanese adores the Milk Tea, a Milk Tea series is foreseeable. The rest would be the Fresh Tea Series, Fresh Fruit Tea Series, Yakult series, and the Sparkling Soda Series.

 

7.bear paw -whole wheat, fish, honey mustard, cheese-lemon yakult RM 16.90 (7)
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The Bear Paw don’t serve pork and is currently obtaining their license from Jakim. They would be serving breakfast and rice soon so until then, we would devour these cute little buns first.

 

The Bear Paw is printed at :
No. 78 (Ground Floor),
Jalan SS 15/4D,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-56116202
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bear-Paw

 

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