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Level4 2013-12-25
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Winter warmers is a restaurant or coffee and tea house which is serving a wide range of western style cuisines. The following review is all about the branch located at All Season Place.Carbonara fettuciniThis dish is the carbonara fettucini. The carbonara sauce is very creamy and cheesy. Mushrooms and chicken meats are also added. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-25
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Winter Warmers Coffee & Tea House is cosy English style coffee shop serving a variety of English delights. It has many branches in Penang, making it easily found throughout Penang. This branch is located in All Season Place, Lebuhraya Thean Teik, Bandar Baru Air Itam, Air Itam.Cottage pieThis cottage pie is a must try dish. The minced lamb has been braised till soft and tender. It is packed with flavour. The top mashed potatoes and melted cheese layer complement the richness of the minced lamb very well. It is served with pasta salad as a side. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-02
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Green Tea Ice BlendedYou could also go for the conventional choice like this glass of ice blended Green Tea. It is also paired with some whipping cream on top with some dashes of maccha powder too. Like the taste of the beverage for it comes with a decent amount of real green tea taste. When paired with the whipping cream, the drink is further enriched with some milkiness in it and thus taste much better. This reminds me of the similar fair but way concentrated with the milky maccha at Ikuzo Ramen. Although the colour of the beverage served here is lighter than what we used to see elsewhere, it is still considered an enjoyable drink to have continue reading
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