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Anya OK Jun 11, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Restaurant

 
Anya Kitchen at the Southgate commercial centre.

 
Rosemary-tinged marinated chicken burger with thigh meat, fried egg, cheese, tomatoes & cucumbers (RM12.90). The bun's a bit too mass-market, but this works well enough to satisfy a simple (read: non-hipster) burger craving.

 
Roast pork with noodles & egg (RM10.90). Soul food that might hit the spot for certain customers on stress-filled afternoons.

 
Egg emerges again for the final course, conspiring with pork bacon, basil & capsicum to create a satisfactory pizza for RM15.
 
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The Grizzly Bear OK Jun 11, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops

 
The Grizzly Bear at Taman Paramount, which serves a mean range of meaty specialities spanning lamb chops to chicken chops.

 
The big breakfast is basic but it isn't bad; there's a plump sausage, plus a substantial omelette (more egg! it's all about the albumin for this entry) stuffed with cheese & more sausage meat, partnered with baked beans, fries, toast & a salad. RM18.

 
Could this feed a hungry bear? It sure left us feeling ready to head into hibernation.

 
Mixed juices are among the highlights here. Combine, say, lime with celery. RM8.
 
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Magic 1 OK Jun 08, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Seafood

 
Magic 1 serves hawker specialities in a setting that's well-lit, clean-looking & completely comfortable.

 
Penang favourites form the focus; the selection ranges from a passable char kuey teow (below RM6, with several somewhat shrivelled cockles & a few fair-sized prawns) to assam laksa ...

 
... & Hokkien Char with sambal belacan (relatively uncommon in the Klang Valley) to chicken lor bak, ais kacang & cendol.

 
The big surprise: Magic 1 offers wine (!!!), including an unusual Australian red laced with green tea (a little less alcohol, a lot more antioxidants), pleasant-tasting & refreshing for hot afternoons.
 
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GraB OK Jun 06, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Burgers / Sandwiches

 
GRaB has a few interesting ideas, though this suburban burger outpost can't completely be extolled as a champion of originality. Still, it's probably worth checking out for enthusiasts in Petaling Jaya.

 
The big attraction here: Braised beef rib burgers, made distinctive with tender chunks of meat still on the bone. The flavoursome flesh falls off with ease; it's a fun alternative to processed-patty burgers.

 
Also very hearty: "Lamb Bizkit" (RM16), with a lamb patty that's perhaps overwhelmed by toppings of onion rings, a hash brown, cheddar cheese, sauteed mushrooms, gherkin pickles & minted mayo (phew!).

 
For vegetarians: A falafel burger with garlic mayo sauce. The patty's pretty dense, for better or worse.

 
Service is polite but somewhat sluggish here: The wait for "Egg Crush" (panko-fried chicken, portobello mushroom, sunny-side-up egg, caramelised onions & smoked BBQ sauce) can take more than 15 minutes even when the cafe is nearly empty. On the bright side, the ingredients taste respectably fresh. This one is overkill though; far too hefty to comfortably fit into the mouth.

 
Parting shot: Another vegetarian burger, pairing portobello mushroom with hash brown. Patrons can also customise their burgers, using components like wild arugula, Japanese cucumbers & guacamole (note: not all ingredients are always available).

 
The fries? Well, it would be churlish to totally dismiss them, but they're not unmissable.
 
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Coffee Cottage OK Jun 06, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Café | Sweets/Snack

 
Feline frenzy is flourishing in Subang, where the Klang Valley now has another cat cafe ... ... this one combined with a full-blown coffee bar. As Coffee Cottage's tagline proclaims, get cat-feinated!

 
The cakes showcase a welcome push for distinctiveness; temptations include a salted caramel banana cake & raspberry-tinged red velvet. Our slices came out over-chilled though.

 
Coffee Cottage's friendly owners are still working out what their house blend will be, but they're off to a satisfying start. No complaints about the espresso & the soy milk latte.
 
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