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Butter-up OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Pizza/Pasta | Steaks / Chops | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
Butter Up, a pretty nice-looking cafe in Seri Kembangan.

 
A constellation of cakes, bread & pastries lights up the counters; interesting varieties include crispy buns laced with longan fruit & raisins, plus others tinged with cream cheese & walnuts or cranberries, coconut & almond flakes.

 
Hot food is available too; everything from pasta with chopped lamb, carrots & thyme to pizzas with shrimp & squid. Butter Up's version of Eggs Atlantic is not too bad: Poached eggs with smoked salmon on English muffins with sabayon sauce, paired with a hearty portion of potato wedges for only RM11.

 
Butter Up's coffee is not quite memorable except for what comes with it: a very cute spoon-shaped butter cookie.
 
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Naughty Babe Dirty Duck Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Pizza/Pasta | Steaks / Chops

 
A punchy name & a massively meaty menu hold the key to inevitable notoriety & potential prosperity for this Hartamas newbie.

 
Naughty Babe Dirty Duck seeks to specialise in grilled pork ribs; half a slab here turns out to be stunningly humongous, more than sufficient for two to share & costing only RM38 before taxes.

 
Signature 'Dirty Duck' (RM32), featuring duck leg confit with deliciously crisp skin & not-too-dry flesh. One of the nice things about Naughty Babe Dirty Duck is that the sides for its main courses are surprising: this one comes with zucchini & sauteed yam laced with pork bacon.

 
Other attractions include a hearty char-broiled Sakura pork chop (worthwhile for RM28, though a tad on the tough side) with sweet potatoes, broccoli & what was meant to be cranberry sauce but tasted like mushroom sauce.

 
The pork burger's not bad (though a sunny-side-up might make it more enjoyable), with a juicy patty that proved thicker than expected. RM21.

 
A bottle of Chilean Merlot clocks in at below RM100 here, poised to be a pleasant partner for the rest of this restaurant's unique offerings, which range from pork-&-duck soup to duck leg stuffed with turkey ham & pork bacon
 
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Sozo Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Buffet | Ramen/Udon/Soba

 
Seeking Japanese fare in Kota Damansara? Sunway Giza's Sozo could prove a satisfactory stop.

 
The sashimi section supplies succulence in the shape of the hamachi belly (RM17.90), young yellowtail flesh that's one of the more intriguing items on the menu here.

 
Gyoza is available too, meaty pan-fried ones that are reasonably juicy, with a competently executed exterior crisp.

 
Comfort food, soul food, especially for egg lovers: An omelette-wrapped medley of crab stick & veggies.

 
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Juan Valdez Cafe Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Sweets/Snack

 
Featuring Colombian coffee in uncommon preparations & an imaginative menu created by chef Nathalie Arbefeuille, this Colombian coffeehouse chain has opened its first Malaysian branch at The Intermark. This one could be a big, buzzy hit.

 
The menu here is uniquely designed for this Malaysian branch, comprising European & South American elements. The lovably luscious salmon blini works wonderfully as a refreshing snack; certainly not cheap for RM10 per piece (especially when each piece can be finished in one mouthful), but this is top-notch. Pretty soon, Juan Valdez Cafe will also feature other tapas such as foie gras cremeaux on ginger bread & cod fish brandade tartine.

 
We really like this salad, generously laden with luscious avocado slices, plus a runny mollet egg, artichokes, marinated salmon gravlax, mesclun, chives & parmesan, as well as excellent bread rolls (RM28).

 
Juan Valdez's interpretation of the croque-monsieur looks simple but tastes stellar, featuring crafted toast bread with fresh, warm & buttery pastry-like layers (excellent) that conceal emmental cheese & turkey ham, topped with the perfect sunny-side-up. Sure, it's costly for RM20, but it's absolutely delicious, with a type of toast (dare we say 'artisanal toast') that's not often seen.

 
Customers can also try waffles with coconut praline, chocolate sauce & cream (RM20)

 
For something that's meant to be quintessentially Colombian though and more affordable, there's tinto (basically black coffee, RM8.50 for 9oz) with panela (whole cane sugar) for a light sweetness. Might provoke contentious debate; some might like this, some certainly won't.
 
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Khrua Thai OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Seafood

 
Only four or five restaurants are open so far at the One City Skypark 10th-floor rooftop, so hungry customers have few options, making Khrua Thai a venue that can get crowded as the evening progresses.

 
Steamed mixed seafood in foil (RM28 before taxes). The food's OK, though portions are certainly not generous, so customers might need to either spend at least RM40 per person or risk leaving a bit peckish.

 
Deep-fried soft-shell crab. RM48 before taxes for three flat ones? Not cool, though to be fair, the illustrated menu did indicate that there would only be three pieces of crab served.

 
Salted egg yolk squid (RM30). Lots of squid recipes on the menu, from butter-fried to curry to steamed with lemon, tom yam to kam heong. For better or worse, the menu extends beyond being purely Thai.

 
Stir-fried paku-pakis with garlic (RM18). Capably prepared is probably the easy description for this.
 
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