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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Kopitiam | Noodles | Juices / Bubble Tea / Tea / Yogurt

 
Hock Kee, a breezier outlet with a greener view & brisker business.

 
Hock Kee's specialty: Ulu Yam loh mee. A bit bland but not a rip-off, considering the low RM6 price tag for a single portion.

 
So much starchy, steaming-hot soul food, suitable for cold, wet evenings, from mun fun (RM6), also in need of more flavour, & claypot noodles with yam (RM11, we love yam, so no complaints for this one).

 
Wok-fried kampung chicken in Hakka wine (RM23), bony & saucy, for better or worse.

 
Salted egg yolk mantis prawns are available too, as are Marmite chicken wings.

 
Green with enjoyment: Claypot kangkung (RM10) & complimentary jelly.
 
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Nabe Bakery Café OK May 30, 2014   
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Categories : Korean | Western variety | Café | Pizza/Pasta | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

 
Nabe Bakery Cafe recently launched its second branch to complement its original outlet in Ampang.

 
Dutch Coffee cold brew, perhaps more mass-market than artisan.

 
Nabe is extremely well-stocked with cakes, bread & biscuits; looks lovely, though nothing stood out sufficiently for us to snatch.
 
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Cafe Olle OK May 30, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Desserts

 
Conveniently spacious; not the most soulful cafe around, but it's a very practically outfitted enterprise nevertheless.

 
By-the-numbers descriptions, so customers know what they'll be getting.

 
Savannah Street espresso, confidently full-bodied with non-punishing acidity & a pleasing balance of sweet & bitter nuances, exactly how we like it.

 
Savannah Street espresso, confidently full-bodied with non-punishing acidity & a pleasing balance of sweet & bitter nuances, exactly how we like it.

 
But we'd skip the hot chocolate, constructed with Korean-origin chocolate that tastes one-dimensional & far from robust.

 
Lots of cakes here, from cheesecakes to yam cakes to red velvets.
 
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Cosans OK May 28, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

 
Comfy & invitingly spacious, with a service team that's earning solid praise for friendliness.

 
Sandwiches comprise the crux of Cosans' food menu, served hot & stuffed with the likes of smoked duck, melted mozzarella, confit tomatoes & arugula (RM15).

 
The Carreau blend comprises Brazilian, Papua New Guinea, Ugandan, Tanzanian & Costa Rican beans. Sure, a latte's not the route to explore the nuances of a coffee blend, but the strong-tasting milk in this makes it even trickier. Order it black instead.

 
Equerre's best for espressos, a rich, complex combo of Brazilian, Colombian, Guatemalan & Sumatran Mandheling produce.

 
Cosans' signature tea: Jasmine scented with rose oil. Evokes fragrances & flavours from talcum powder to Turkish Delights.

 
No shortage of beverages to contemplate: Dark chocolate with milk & Earl Grey. All in all, Cosans has its allure; considering the expertise that's been channelled into this place, it could become a bona fide hit.
 
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SOP OK May 28, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Bar & Pub

 
A peek at a new watering hole, SOP at Paradigm Mall's boulevard.

 
SOP's menu seeks to please crowds, starting with Parma ham platters, then moving on to pork bacon carbonara pasta & stretching into pork burger, chop & knuckle territory before winding up with a Guinness chocolate lave cake that's creamy but could benefit from a bolder, more beery resonance.

 
German beers are a highlight here, spanning the pleasant-drinking Bitburger to the likes of Wernesgruner & Licher.
 
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