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Jibby & Co Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Pizza/Pasta | Sweets/Snack

 
Jibby & Co opened outside Empire Shopping Gallery this past week, instantly becoming one of Subang's most ravishing restaurants. But this venue hopes to succeed on more than superficial charm, with a menu that's more ambitious than many might anticipate.

 
Sabah-born Najib spent a decade working in Melbourne; the melting-pot culinary influence of the Australian city is showcased in Jibby & Co brunch offerings like baked eggs (some might prefer them runnier) with house-made chicken sausages, lemon zest, Neapolitan tomato sauce & North African ras el hanout spices (RM28 before taxes).

 
Our best bet: Sunny-side-up eggs with creamy yolks over corned beef, potatoes, confit cherry tomatoes, strained yoghurt & thick toast (RM27). Pretty addictive, with the labneh providing pleasantly tangy nuances.

 
Jibby's poached eggs show a tell-tale reliance on vinegar in their preparation, but that's fair enough for a busy kitchen. They're partnered with hash browns, salmon roe, smoked salmon, corn, zucchini & hollandaise sauce (RM25); it sounds like a recipe that could be elaborately enjoyable, but it proved not as memorably punchy as expected (the corn was more effective than the salmon roe in boosting both taste & texture).

 
Greek yoghurt with raspberry coulis & crispy honey cornflakes (RM24). Jibby's prices are evidence of inescapable inflation.

 
The brunch menu is available 8:30am-4pm daily, so even late risers can make it in time for a densely filling French toast, topped with creme patisserie, berries, crushed pistachios & maple glaze (RM22).

 
Sumatran single-origin coffee can be ordered (RM12, aeropress or pour-over). Not bad; no complaints about how this tastes.
 
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Caffe Bene OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Korean | Café | Juices / Bubble Tea / Tea / Yogurt | Ice Cream / Froyo / Gelato | Desserts

 
South Korean coffeehouse chain Caffebene unveiled its first two branches in Malaysia this year, bringing its people-pleasing selection to Sunway Pyramid & Solaris Mont Kiara's SohoKL, with plans for the next outlet in Penang.

 
Liege waffles _ an increasingly familiar sight on KL's cafe menus _ are among the specialities here. This version crowned with 'tteok' rice cake & nuts (RM13) makes for a uniquely Belgian-Korean collaboration, with the crusty base & the glutinous topping supplying a dense chew.

 
'Patbingsu,' the Korean shaved-ice dessert with red bean paste is available in various forms here; the one with Caffebene's own-made coffee gelato (RM10.80) makes the most sense to try here. Other options include strawberry bingsu or cookies & cream.

 
Even an affogato (RM8) that might seem boldly experimental with cream-cheese-flavoured gelato turns out to taste safely conventional, since nothing here is strikingly robust, for better or worse.

 
Unfortunately, that characteristic makes Caffebene's Kenyan single-origin hand-drip coffee (RM8) border on blandly sterile.

 
The silver lining is that the beverages here won't taste too sweet: the misugaru non-coffee 'latte' (RM12) is pretty enjoyable, a creamy, shake-like blend of toasted grains.

 
Juices, yoghurt smoothies & assorted teas are offered too; all in all, there's no reason why Caffebene shouldn't be a success in a nation where Starbucks & Korean pop culture enjoy widespread appeal.
 
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Ayers Rock Butcher and Grill OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
The latest branch of the Ayers Rock steak chain.

 
Plenty of meat available; unfortunately, wine isn't served at Ayers Rock.

 
Still, the steak's satisfying, a quality cut that's flavourful & juicy, prepared competently & partnered heartily with potatoes & a fresh-tasting salad.
 
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Black Bull OK Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Bar & Pub | Steaks / Chops | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
Black Bull, a spacious restaurant & bar with a few fun facilities

 
The tapas selection includes calamari with harissa & garlic aioli sauce (RM25), a recipe that kinda sounded better than it looked & tasted. Perhaps several of the other items might fare better: there's everything from Tex-Mex burgers with jalapeno peppers & tomato salsa to seared duck breast with red wine reduction.

 
The cocktails could be more potent: Amaretto Espresso Martini (amaretto, kahlua, smirnoff vodka, espresso) ...

 
... & Toblerone (creme de cacao, frangelico, bailey's irish).
 
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Cultura Smile Jun 12, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Desserts

 
Bangsar's latest bakery-cafe is a soothing space tucked on Lorong Kurau, blessedly removed from the bustle of Telawi.

 
Escape the noise outside & linger inside Cultura over freshly baked slices of creamy-soft cheesecakes (RM13) topped with macadamia nuts & salted caramel ...

 
Plenty of pastries are available for takeaway on Cultura's shelves.

 
piping-hot toasties (RM7) prepared to order, thickly spread with rich, top-flight peanut butter.

 
Degayo Sumatran coffee & Twinings tea will likely keep caffeine-lovers happy.
 
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