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Rising Gourmet 2013-11-08
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Café Au LaitOther than the usual Latte, in the end, decide to start off the morning with a cup of Café Au Lait, from Coffee Planet. This variety contains more milk composition as compared to the former. Therefore, you get to taste a much milkier and smoother coffee with nice aroma of roasted fresh coffee beans. Most of the beans used are of Arabica breed and thus, a fuller bodied of coffee could be expected. You might want to give its Black Coffee a try too. It is actually not too bad, considering it’s not as bitter as what I might have imagine for a non-espresso drinker Of course, you may still choose to add in sugar or creamer as per you liking. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
Rising Gourmet 2013-03-12
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Spreading its wings to Southeast Asia, Dubai-based caffeine specialist Coffee Planet has launched a sixth-floor cafe with a view at Petronas Tower Three.Coffee Planet begins orbiting the tower's Sky Lobby at 7am weekdays; breakfast platters cost RM12.50, but folks who order coffee enjoy a 50 percent discount. Scrambled eggs, sausage, baked beans, bread, butter & jam for only RM6.25.Scones, laced with lots of pieces of cranberries. Only RM3.25 (with the coffee discount).Warm, juicy wraps of piri-piri chicken & corn. Actually addictive.Coffee Planet's menu is a mishmash of cross-continental sensibilities, which explains this briyani-like rice platter with tender beef & potatoes.Try the cheesecake, more sumptuously creamy than expected, lightly sprinkled with pistachios.Coffee's not half-bad, made with Arabica beans. Not KL's best, but OK. Coffee art & other presentation points need more work, sure. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)