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Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city life , the Green Tomato Cafe located at the beautiful garden surrounding tastefully adorned with batik textiles and paintings . It's the perfect spot to nurse a skilfully brewed flat white while nibbling on your buttery croissant as you suft your Ipad using superfast Wifi . Worth of visit makes Malaysian and Tourist love the place because client claims that the best best coffee & Tea in town , a 40k sq. ft. garden allowed the children run aro
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Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city life , the Green Tomato Cafe located at the beautiful garden surrounding tastefully adorned with batik textiles and paintings . It's the perfect spot to nurse a skilfully brewed flat white while nibbling on your buttery croissant as you suft your Ipad using superfast Wifi .

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Worth of visit makes Malaysian and Tourist love the place because client claims that the best best coffee & Tea in town , a 40k sq. ft. garden allowed the children run around with Child friendly environment .

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Around the compound was planted with fruits and spice , so just can pluck fruits from the tree if available make it like your own garden , the place is pet friendly and have a special space allocated for dogs . While enjoying the great place environment get a freshly Squeezed Juices along and healthy homemade foods that Msg free & Halal .

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Easy access from town that located in central and no worries about parking slot here with private guard house guarding the large compound .

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Ms. Emilia Tan The owner of the place gave me an opportunity to do canting on my T-shirt by my own , Batik is a technique for decorating textiles, by which parts of the textile that are not to be coloured are covered in molten wax. The wax prevents the textile from absorbing the dye during the decorating process . The word batik is of Indonesian origin, and is related to a Malay word for dot or point .

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Step 1 :

The first wax is applied over the penciled-in outline of the pattern. Almost always the original cloth is white or beige . the first wax is applied over the penciled-in outline of the pattern. Almost always the original cloth is white or beige.

Step 2 :

Prepare colouring to apply on the T-shirt

Step 3 :

Mix and match your own favourite colour

Step 4 :

Paint your own passion to make it perfect "as you like"

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Step 5 :

After done with painting , use hair dryer for fast dry up .

Step 6 :

Soakthe T-shirt into sodium silicate for maximum five hours in fixing colours onto fabrics .

Step 7 :

After the five hours waiting , Boil hot water with soda ash powder .

Step 8 :

Put the fabric into hot water to remove the wax .

Step 9 :

Remove and transfer into clean water to make sure all wax is dissolve .

Step 10 :

Finishing piece is hang for drying without direct sunlight exposure .

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Latest Update :

Traditional Nasi Lemak cooking workshop is coming toGreen Tomato Café. Nasi Lemak is a traditional Malaysian breakfast that means “rice in coconutcream”. Nowadays, Nasi Lemak sambal has evolved through time as Malaysians added someingredients like prawns, chicken, beef, squid, and clam to make it more interesting and edgyfrom their competitors. Green Tomato Café (GTC) is located next to myBatik workshop where visitors can view thebatik making process and try the hands-on experience. MyBatik is founded by batik Artist EmiliaTan since 2004 and now she is promoting traditional local cuisine cooking workshop in GreenTomato Café on a daily basis. The on-boarding of Chef Rica inspired Emilia to push thetraditional cooking workshop into the public. The objective of GTC cooking workshop is to make every Malaysian proud of their food cultureand at the same time teach them the step by step process on how to do it . A profound interest inthe local cuisine by the public is essential to ensure a better future Malaysian gastronomy. Our GTC cooking workshop caters customers as young as 5 years old. For the junior cookingclasses, “little chef” program we have pizza and muffin baking classes, hot chocolate artworkshop, and so on. For the senior cooking program, we do have the famous Nasi Lemakcooking class, Nyonya Curry Chicken, Teh Tarik Making, Curry Puff Making, and many more. The workshop booking is very easy. Just visit www.mybatik.com, pick-up your desiredworkshop, mark the date and time, pay, and your booking is confirmed. The fee for the entireworkshop is as low as RM47.70 per person. For the corporate team building, family outing, andschool field trip, group booking special discount rate is available. Kindly e-mail your booking tomanager@tmsart.com.my. We are open every day from 8am to 5pm. For event photos, please check out our website www.myBatik.org.my .

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Wild Mushroom Soup

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Homemade Iced Lemon Tree
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Whole wheat bread
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House Cheese Cake
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Tomato Cafe @ Yayasan Seni

Address : 333, Persiaran Ritchie, Desa Pahlawan, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur .

Contact : 012-257 9775

Hours : Daily 8AM - 5PM
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Date of Visit
2016-12-08
Waiting Time
20 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM25 (Lunch)
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