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Review (2)
Level3 2016-01-31
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Well it was another food hunting day that day. We went to artisan coffee before we went to kulcats barrio. This cafe is own by Malaysian artist and the cafe is quite well known for their pavlova and some other dishes. The cafe was quite small as what i remember and it will usually be fullhouse over the weekend. As i look around, their portion per dish is quite huge (i think can share for 2 person). As we just want to hunt for a dessert that day, we asked the waiter to recommend us anything that is famous among the customers here for dessert. So he recommended this pavlova.We just ordered that because we wanted to try some other shops too. The pavlova is quite unique as you can see they put some chocolate cream inside. The taste was actually pretty sweet. They should put more fruits like strawberries to make it taste better. Im sorry to say but alexis pavlova is the best!  I should come again and try some other dishes here as i can see most people bring their family here for lunch. One of the successful cafe among Malaysian artist i can say. Thumbs up!Overall: Nice environment, small space, great dessert, not so friendly waiter/waitresses continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-17
25 views
the cool kids are slinking over to Kulcats Barrio, a color-soaked venue with artistic flourishes aplenty. It's no less than the embodiment of 'hipster hangout.'The menu's a hearty hodgepodge of Western faves, from a beefy-good "Sloppycats Burger" with moreish "Meow Fries" (RM18) to steaks, short-ribs & nachos.Kulcats makes its own desserts; the chocolate pavlova's nice enough to make us believe the banoffee pies & carrot cakes here might also prove purr-worthy. Lap up a hazelnut latte (or maybe the intriguing-sounding Kulcats Volcano Milo Smoothie). continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)