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This is Eat Drink KL living in Sri Petaling. I work in Kuala Lumpur City Center.
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Coffee ETC OK Mar 16, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches | Sweets/Snack

 
No monkeying around here; Coffee Etc's team is eager to please. 

 
The Belgian waffles here won't cost much more than RM10.90 per serving, but the vanilla ice cream & blueberry jam toppings are significantly humbler. The waffles themselves are nonetheless pleasant.

 
Coffee Etc's coffee? No real complaints; works fine to curb caffeine cravings.
 
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Wafflemeister OK Mar 16, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Stall / Warung | Sweets/Snack | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

 
Waffling over where to wander for waffles?

 
First up, Wafflemeister, the first Malaysian outpost of a London-based business that specializes in handmade Liege waffles.

 
Wafflemeister's offerings are OK, supplying a reasonably rich chew, though punishingly priced. Simple to spend north of RM30 per person on a waffle & a beverage.

 
The counter-argument might be that the ingredients here fall under the 'premium' label, with Belgian choc fudge, Italian-style gelato & fresh whipped cream (lots of it!) used for both waffles & milkshakes.
 
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Wood & Steel Cafe & Gallery OK Mar 16, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Pizza/Pasta | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
Wood & Steel, a combo of a cafe & a store that sells art & furniture, including some supplied to Sri Hartamas' Podgy & The Banker.

 
Cheesecake, enjoyably edible. Wood & Steel should also be serving brunches by now; we were here during the recent extended weekend, but when we asked a barista what hot food would be available, she was only willing to say, scrambled eggs.

 
The coffee? Definitely drinkable.
 
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Inaho Sushi OK Mar 15, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant

 
Inaho, the sister restaurant of Minori; it's a bright, cheerful addition to The Curve, with a hits-&-misses menu of everything from sashimi to skewered meat.

 
Good news first: Prices at Inaho are lower than Minori; not a surprise, since Inaho's in a mall, while Minori's at the Royale Bintang Damansara hotel. Thus, a substantial serving of sea urchin costs only RM35++ at Inaho.

 
Grilled scallops with mentaiko cod roe mayo & mushrooms (RM18++). Tasty snack.

 
top-flight otoro is a remarkable RM55++ for three thick pieces, but both fall a bit short of what the best cuts can be. It's a trade-off that could nonetheless prove fair for some customers, sacrificing some of the pleasure to ease some of the pain for the wallet.

 
There might be a drop-off in quality here; three slices of chutoro medium-fatty tuna clocks in at RM38++ ..

 
surprisingly drained-of-flavor-&-juice anago sea eel sushi

 
No qualms though about endorsing sushi that's terrifically topped with salmon flesh & roe (RM6++ per piece).

 
pretty-with-prawn sushi is alright. To nitpick further, the sushi rice here can seem somewhat dry & bland, forcing the toppings to struggle to compensate.

 
Sparkling sweet sake, perhaps not the ideal accompaniment for sashimi, sushi or skewers.
 
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From the streams of Pahang to the streets of Kuala Lumpur: behold, the wildest of Malaysia's freshwater fish have landed on Samudra's tables.

 
Outlet owner Hishammuddin Hamzah's family has been in the river-fish business for decades; his contacts ensure Samudra's finny fare is trucked into KL twice weekly from peninsular Malaysia's most forested state.

 
Ikan Krai in the classic masak lemak tempoyak fashion that's pungently an acquired taste. We've come to like it though; it's one of a kind, it's kinda addictive.

 
Ikan Tapah, another type of large catfish, fried here with turmeric. Great for folks who prefer their fish meaty, with much bite to it.

 
Check out the cow brains instead (RM6), not for the squeamish.

 
More cholesterol? Can't resist this one; creamy poached duck eggs (RM6).

 
Siput sedut (RM10), fun at first, but the effort of sucking for not much reward sucks after awhile.

 
Not everything at Samudra swims; fried pigeon is also available (RM7), but this won't fly for folks who want something more than mediocre.
 
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