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Smile_Y06 Level3 2015-07-08
Strategically located off Sutera Mall, at Kuching. I visited this cafe with another friend of mine, backpacker as well. .Life Cafe is rather a vantage small cafe yet able to present the comers a sense of comfortability , a Home feel like feeling with its exceptional peace ambiance.I reached around 6pm and was pleasantly served by a friendly staff.Have a glande through their menu, not difficult could we found out their famous typical type of Spicy Noddle, , Claypot, Curry Chicken, Leek Dumplings etc.Classic Dry Noddle RM 9.50Flower Tea : Jasmine RM 6.30As we both wasn't hungry, we shared a Classic Dry Noddle which portion servied suffice enough to act as a quicksnack. The dry Noddle is nice will the well mixed meat on top. We wont feel too thirsty compare to others Noodle we had taken last nights. Another thing to be mentioned is their portion is large , show the generousity of the Boss which made the order worth the money. Before visitng the shop, i read some bloggers mentioned the overpriced of the food but for me, the price deem acceptable in compatible to the portion served and friendliness of the staff. Overall, i satisfied with quality of food and will visit again for other dishes etc: dumping.Rating:Ambience/Environment: 9/10Price: 8/10Services: 9/10Taste: 8.5/10Conveniency( approachable level -car/walking) : 9/10* rating scale: 1- least favorable 10- favorableFor more details:- Tel :082-337939Operating hours: 10am- 1130pmEmail/Webpage: lifecafe.my continue reading
Surprise! Just 2 hours before our boarding time at airport, we managed to locate another special café over here in the tranquil town of Kuching. I must say that most of the local people here are very friendly and helpful. You got to come here to really experience it yourself : ) It is the unique oriental décor that actually caught my attention. Wooden stacks and green bamboo shoots set as their main theme, this place boosts a relaxing place for some memorable reminiscence or even self-reflection while enjoying the food.As time was catching up pretty fast, we just went for a tete-a-tete session. We had the Ice Lemon Tea and my favourite, White Cloud Milk Uji Matcha. The Japanese Green Tea was more stood out compared to the former due to its intense matcha taste that really warm the cockles of my heart. There was a layer of foamy milk on top of the green tea that actually quite milky if taken that alone. But to a dairy fan like me, so am fine with it and found it quite delightful indeed. continue reading