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I had this Pandan sponge cake with kaya, served with a scoop of ice-cream and mangos as my dessert after my lunch meal. I love sponge cake and having it plain will complete me. Since JP Teres has come out with something different and it was highly recommended, I decided to have one.Although, I would prefer to enjoy one in its original way without any fancy things but with high recommendation, I decided to enjoy one with an open mind. Firstly, the sponge cake was fluffy and light, mild taste o
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I had this Pandan sponge cake with kaya, served with a scoop of ice-cream and mangos as my dessert after my lunch meal.

I love sponge cake and having it plain will complete me.


Since JP Teres has come out with something different and it was highly recommended, I decided to have one.

Although, I would prefer to enjoy one in its original way without any fancy things but with high recommendation, I decided to enjoy one with an open mind.

Firstly, the sponge cake was fluffy and light, mild taste of the pandan flavour. If only the Pandan sponge cake goes without the kaya as topping would cut down a lot of the high in sweetness. I felt like do not want to finish after the first bite. Not the taste of the cake was unacceptable but it is me that I could reject any food if the sweetness is too high.

How do you expect me to dip the cake with the ice-cream and the mango while both are equally as sweet. Too much of sweetness killed the taste of the cake itself. I hardly could taste the favourite Pandan sponge cake having all those fancy stuff on it. The sad part, it was a business meeting and I have a guest having lunch with me, I have to be polite to finish the whole dessert.

Please, I would rather have the sponge cake in plain no kaya adding to it or any kind of sweet combination to the sponge cake. Bad attempt! If it is for the reason of RM12 to make it value for money, do consider something that is sour so it would cut down the sweetness level.
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2012-09-06 270 views
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur has launched a restaurant wholly dedicated to Malaysian cuisine, spanning everything from otak-otak to char kuey teow and tandoori chicken. JP Teres boasts a lovely layout, with both an air-conditioned interior and an alfresco area in the shadow of the city center's skyscrapers. Lamb satay (RM18++ for six sticks), irresistibly chunky and irreproachably marinated. Oyster omelet (RM20++), more flavorful than we thought a halal version would be. Cocktails to partner perf
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Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur has launched a restaurant wholly dedicated to Malaysian cuisine, spanning everything from otak-otak to char kuey teow and tandoori chicken. JP Teres boasts a lovely layout, with both an air-conditioned interior and an alfresco area in the shadow of the city center's skyscrapers.
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Lamb satay (RM18++ for six sticks), irresistibly chunky and irreproachably marinated.
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Oyster omelet (RM20++), more flavorful than we thought a halal version would be.
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Cocktails to partner perfectly with satay: Lemongrass Martini and Ginger Ale Pimm's Cup.
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Ice cream sandwich, a localized interpretation featuring a brick of fragrant 'teh tarik' flavor in between crisp 'love letter' rolls. Excellent.
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Show kitchens form the centerpiece of this eatery, enabling customers to watch their satay being flame-grilled, noodles being wok-fried and their roti canai tossed.
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