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Thirdwave's Hanako Hotcakes filled with vanilla custard and made with premium matcha powder from Kyoto. It's paired with strawberry compote and matcha ice-cream.We also had a matcha latte to wash it all down afterwards.Wished that the ice cream would be a bit colder and the matcha flavours of the hotcake would be richer. continue reading
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Level2 2016-06-02
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We're green with envy over this matcha treat here at Thirdwave.My sister and I are big fans of matcha, which is basically known as grounded fine green tea leaves.Without fail, we will always be here to have the Hanako Hotcakes, which are fluffy tall matcha hotcakes filled with vanilla bean custard accompanied alongside with strawberry compote, rose petals, and matcha ice cream.The matcha ice cream was churned in house. I gotta admit that it was a pretty yummy treat as the bitterness from the matcha balanced out the sweetness from the vanilla bean custard filing. The strawberry compote was also made in house by the chefs. I loved how it still has a texture to bite on without being too mushy. The addition of rose petals in this plated dessert lends a good crunch in the mouth and gives it a floral hint. Moving on, we also had the matcha latte to wash it all down. I love the slightly bitter and sweet taste of matcha, with a bit of sugar and blending in milk, it’s just perfect. continue reading
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Thirdwave, at Nexus Bangsar South has been one of my must-visit spots on my #CafeHoppingMalaysia exploration for some time now, after hearing and seeing so many foodies visiting there in recent times. I was there last week with fellow foodies and friends to check out their latest lunch menu. Check out what they have to offer below.Thirdwave Cafe @ Nexus Bangsar SouthThirdwaveUnit 1-11, Level 1, Nexus, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala LumpurFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thirdwave.myComfy decorUpon reaching Thirdwave, my first impression of the cafe is that it really takes on a minimalistic design, both the shop front as well as the interior. Inside, there were ample space, with a mini coffee bar at the corner for coffee brewing and all. Chill at the coffee bar, and learn a thing or two about coffeeWhen we were there the other day, the good folks from Thirdwave served us their latest on-going lunch menu set (RM25++) which includes 1 Main of you choice, 1 homemade soup of the day, and 1 drink of your choice. Don't forget to check out their handmade chocolates and sweet treats too. Moroccan Lamb Burger with Mint Mustard VinaigretteThe Moroccan Lamb Burger served with mint mustard vinaigrette, with really nice potato wedges on the side. The lamb patty was thick and moist, well seasoned and cooked to perfection. There's an option to add on RM 2 for that extra cheesy cheddar cheese. A special mention has to be of their delicious potato wedges, awesomely crispy on the outside, yet with lots of potato below the crisp batter. Boneless Thirdwave Fried ChickenAlways a fan of fried chicken, here at Thirdwave, they serve their Boneless Thirdwave Fried Chicken which was crunchy, crisp, well seasoned, tender and juicy inside. Served with their special sweet, spicy and tangy sauce, it does really go well with the chicken. Then there's the really good potato wedges on the side. Funghi Aglio Olio Spaghetti Up next were the pasta dishes, starting with the Funghi Aglio Olio Spaghetti. This dish was served with a generous amount of mushrooms, capsicum, black pepper and cheese. I would have preferred if it had more flavour to it, as the taste was pretty bland. Nevertheless the cheese did wonders to the dish. Al Ragu SpaghettiMeat lovers will love the Al Ragu Spaghetti, with savoury meaty chili sauce slow cooked to perfection before being mixed with the spaghetti. The flavours were pretty rich and well seasoned, with generous amounts of meaty delight. Again, the cheese made a difference, adding that savoury cheesy flavour to an already addictive dish. Garlicky Chicken Fusilli (Spinach sauce & fragrant chicken mince)The Garlicky Chicken Fusilli tasted way better than how I perceived it will taste. The looks itself, vibrant green did deter me initially, but the moment I put it into the mouth, I like it almost immediately. The green spinach sauce and fusilli, went really well with that extra fragrant minced chicken meat. Lots of flavour, I actually had more than my fair share of this dish. Hot Pressed BLT CiabattaA sandwich dish, the Hot Pressed BLT Ciabatta was served with fresh vege on sliced cheese and ham with mayonnaise and finish on ciabatta bread. It did remind me of a Subway sandwich, but a lot healthier with the alfalfa sprouts, minimal sauce, and lots of greens. Waffle Ice Cream with Strawberries, Blueberries and BananaWe ended our meal with Thirdwave's Waffle Ice Cream with Strawberries, Blueberries and Banana. Subtly osmanthus-infused, crispy on the edges, crowned with NZ's Kapiti vanilla ice cream, 'mysterious flowers,' berries & bananas, this dessert was beautifully presented and tasted amazing. I have to complement the waffle, which is soft and buttery going well with the fruits and ice cream on top. The pretty lady from Thirdwave showing us how coffee is brewed. and enjoyedPanama Kotowa WineOne does not name themselves Thirdwave, unless they have a real understanding and skills in the coffee scene. This is where Thirdwave Cafe excel, with their award winning barista and coffee. We were given a short coffee appreciation session where the Panama Kotowa Wine was brewed in front of us, to be savoured while it's warm. Blessed with the lightness and sweetness of cherry flavour, it was clear, aromatic and really refreshing. The perfect spot to go cafe hoppingThe set lunch that they've just launched include the following items below:1 Main of your choiceMoroccan lamb burger with mint mustard vinaigrette (cheddar cheese +RM2)Hot-pressed BLT ciabattaBoneless THIRDWAVE Fried ChickenFunghi Oglio Olio SpaghettiAl Ragu Spaghetti Garlicky Green FusilliGrilled Chicken Salad1 Homemade soup of the day1 drink of your choiceIced / hot apple teaHot earl greyEspressoLong blackFlat white / Latte / Cappuccino +RM3Iced latte +RM41 scoop of ice cream (vanilla or chocolate, +RM1) continue reading
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Level1 2015-03-18
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They couldnt handle big crowds. Big mess when there is too much crowd. Reservations were make earlier in days, and there wasnt any table reserved when reach.They just ask existing patrons so move to another table.Mess up orders despite when there is no crowd when ordering. continue reading
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Level4 2014-05-30
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Thirdwave is set to spark a sea change for caffeine lovers in Bangsar South, helping to turn the tide against mediocre coffee as part of 2014's first wave of fresh faces in Kuala Lumpur's cafe scene.Like many of today's coffee bars, Thirdwave's super-serious about what it serves, ensuring its Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Kenyan AA & Tanzanian single-origin beans receive nothing short of tender, loving treatment from a Chemex coffee-maker, Coffega cold-drip system & Kalita 102 ceramic dripper.We blacked out for our coffee choices this time. Nice, nutty nuances.Thirdwave operates on the first floor of the obscure-for-now Nexus complex, which isn't luring many visitors so far (indoor parking's still free). Expect to hear much more about Nexus in the year ahead, but since it's still crowd-free for now, Thirdwave's owners have time to stroll around & hand out cute samples of their coffee in test tubes.Thirdwave's own banana cream pie, pulpy & full of fruity sweetness. continue reading
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