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Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon
10:00 - 22:00
Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Fettuccine Aglio Olio Crabmeat Motocafe Stuffed Chicken Poached Eggs with Smoked Salmon Spaghetti with Tuna Cream
Review (1)
Level3 2015-09-13
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Abah and son motocafe is located at Lake Fields Sg. Besi and from outside, I really thought that it is a workshop because I can see a lot of vespa there but then my sister told me that it is a café. The café remind me of the grumpy cyclist café where theres bicycle hanging in the shop where as in this café they prefer some old vespas and motorcycle .Sg. Besi is still new in having a hipster café so it didn’t pop up in my head that Sg. Besi will have such a nice café and restaurant to eat.So, me and my sister went in (since our parent went to some wedding) to this café to just experience what they are having on their menu. Well, usually hipster café will suggest their western dishes but this café is different. They suggested most of the traditional Malay food.We did not order some main dishes as the list of the menu that time were very limited so we didn't see anything interesthing. Instead, we tried this chocolate motostick (RM11) and chocolate marshmallow (RM10). The price for main dishes are reasonable such as tomyam with rice would be less than RM20 and they suggested tomyam as their top pick here.Because I am really into chocolate, I did enjoy the hot chocolate (what was I thinking drinking a hot chocolate during a hot sunny day!). The taste is okay but presentation wise is very brilliant. I saw some other customer’s orders and they were beautifully plated. Well I’m not a chef or anything but this café is super creative! (a plus for that!).Once we were about to leave, we realize most of the tables in the café have fully taken up because its dinner time. So I guess the main dishes must be good. Well, the only way to find out is to come back again and try out their menus.Overall: Nice decorations, beatifully plated, a place to hang out, try their traditional malay food! continue reading
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