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This is Eat Drink KL living in Sri Petaling. I work in Kuala Lumpur City Center.
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Oh Scooter Cafe Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Sweets/Snack

 
Riding into Subang for coffee & cakes at this new cafe run by a Vespa-loving family whose own scooter is parked out front.

 
Oh Scooter is a spiffy-looking hangout with excellent business hours, operating 9:30am-11:30pm everyday.

 
The fun order here: Deconstructed coffee (RM11.90), with components of espresso, milk & cotton candy served separately.

 
Food? Only desserts are currently available (banoffee pies in jars to Victoria Sandwich sponge cakes) ...

 
... but waffles, salads, sandwiches & pasta should be offered soon.
 
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Maria’s Steak Cafe Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops

 
This month, the Telawi neighbourhood welcomes Mikey's, Ashley's & now, Maria's, completing a triumvirate of worthwhile new Bangsar restaurants that proudly bear the names of the people behind them.

 
Not a bad bargain: Tender NZ roast leg of lamb with traditional brown sauce. RM30, but come between 11am-3pm daily to enjoy this protein-powered plate for a RM24 lunchtime promo.

 
Foot-long veal bratwurst with sauerkraut & sauteed onions (RM21). The sausage tasted a bit too processed for our preference, but hey, we still swallowed every bite.

 
Other steakhouse staples on the selection include oxtail soup with garlic bread (RM20), alongside intriguing temptations like white cod with sake sauce (we'd like to order that one next time).

 
We really like Maria's prune cake. Perfectly moist & balanced in flavours. RM9.50 per slice. Lovely.
 
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Nana's Green Tea Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen/Udon/Soba | Desserts

 
A matcha match made in Mid Valley: The first Malaysian branch of Japanese chain Nana's Green Tea Cafe has finally launched in Kuala Lumpur's Gardens Mall, more than a year after Singapore welcomed the inaugural Nana's outpost for Southeast Asia.

 
Nana's can get packed during peak hours, but it's probably worth waiting awhile for a table; the food is reasonably priced & relatively interesting. Comfort-food highlights include hot, soupy bowls of udon blanketed in fresh-tasting seaweed, spring onions & a poached egg (RM15.80 before taxes).

 
Salmon sashimi (top-notch, exceeding expecations) served over cereal-mixed 'millet rice' with sesame, nori, pickled ginger & pea sprouts (RM18.80). Other items on the menu include chicken karaage salads & beef hamburg in tomato loco moco sauce.

 
Ultimately though, it's the tea-based temptations that's supposed to lure customers. Choose from the simplicity of the Uji-Cha, the wild fragrance of the Karigane-Cha, the toasty-nutty flavour of the Hoji-Cha or the roasty brown-rice aroma of Gemmai-Cha.

 
The selection of tea drinks & desserts is sweeping: We like the the matcha slushie, cold & creamy, topped with soft-serve vanilla ice cream (RM12.80).

 
Parfait-lovers should like this complex combo: First, green tea kanten jelly is scooped into the base with with matcha syrup, then piled on with layers of ice cream, corn flakes, red bean paste, whipped cream & warabi-moshi (bracken starch dumplings) dipped in kinako roasted soybean flour (whew!). RM19.80.
 
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Mikey's Original New York Pizza Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Pizza/Pasta

 
As Ol' Blue Eyes once crooned, start spreading the news: A slice of The Big Apple has surfaced in Bangsar, a safe harbour for huddled, hungry masses yearning to breathe free & binge on hot, hearty pizzas.

 
Mikey's pizzas will likely satisfy cravings, straddling the fine line between thin & thick for its excellent crust, crisp but simultaneously tender & easy to fold, light but luscious. First-timers can start with the classic, topped with mozzarella cheese, fresh tomato sauce, olive oil & grated Grana Padano cheese (RM8.88 by the slice).

 
Mikey's plans to launch delivery services soon, starting with Bangsar before expanding between KL Sentral & Damansara Heights, so residents can conveniently pick up the phone & order the Pizza Rustico (RM12.88 by the slice), featuring goat's cheese & roasted garlic partnered with mortar-&-pestle-made pesto.

 
Waffle fries here are assigned in name by borough _ The Bronx, Staten Island, Queens & Manhattan. We placed our bet on Brooklyn (RM12.88), smothered in cheddar cheese & paired with beef gravy.

 
Hero sandwiches, the menu's final component; the Shrimp Parmigiana features four prawns with marinara sauce (RM19.88).

 
Thirst-quenchers: Budweiser (but of course), the milky-chocolatey New York Egg Cream soda & Half-&-Half lemonade.
 
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Brew & Bread Coffee Bar OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Coffee | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

 
Brew & Bread, which has opened a second branch at One City in USJ Subang following the success of its original Kota Kemuning outlet.

 
This one's more urbane; it would fit in perfectly in the sleekest of malls. No wonder this cafe is packed at lunch hour.

 
Still, Brew & Bread's popularity can't be attributed merely to its appearance; it takes its coffee seriously too.
 
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