All Branches (2)
03-7931 8988
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Chicken Duxelle Katong Laksa Pasta Katong Laksa Pasta Spicy Seafood Salad Cheesy Duo Sausage Platter
Review (1)
Level4 2015-06-16
Each time I came up from the escalator at Jaya Shopping Centre, I would stare at Nosh and wonder what is so great about it. I googled about it and found out that the menu is quite unique. This time I get to try it. I have fallen in love with the simple art on the wall and also on the sofa seats. Everything was so colourful in the interior that it is so inviting and once you stepped in, you feel like you do not want to leave this place. On the left hand side of the wall, were my favourite words, "Eat. Enjoy. Satisfy." with empty bottles on the shelves. There is a promotion for dinner where every pasta or sandwich is entitled to a minestrone soup. I love the minestrone soup so much. First of all, I am a big fan of minestrone. It would have tasted good with pasta included but that would add to my weight. There were celery, carrot, potato, tomato and zucchini inside the minestrone. The soup was sour and intense enough which was to my liking. They have beautiful presentation where the soup was served atop a beautiful rectangular flat plate. I ordered the Lamb Ragu Pasta Spaghetti (RM 22) which was so tasty. The taste of the lamb was not that strong or perhaps it was covered by the bolognaise sauce which tasted like there was curry powder cooked together with it. The lamb was very tender and soft and easily melt. The other main dish was the Duck Comfit with Orange Sauce (RM 35). The photo of this was enough to tantalise me and perhaps I should blame it on the photographer. Anyway, the duck is slightly fried, and I am not a fan of fried food but thank god it was not fried till crispy and oily. It does remind me of Ayam Penyet in Indonesia. I did not taste much orange. I expected Duck Comfit to be lightly grilled. All in all, the overall taste was great. For any main dish, by adding RM 12, we can get a soup, mocktail (worth RM 12) and a dessert. The mocktail was just normal and a little too sweet. Luckily it has some sourish taste to balance out the sweetness. I preferred the Iced Strawberry Tea (RM 8) which came with a few squashed strawberries that made it a little more authentic than the Strawberry Vanilla Ice-Cream which I only had a small scoop. I do not fatten myself with these items.I am definitely coming back here again to try the Salmon with Hollandaise sauce.  continue reading
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