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Do you ever curious to find out if there is any cafes or eateries that is literally soulfully dedicated to waffle delights as their cartes du jour? Now you could satisfy your craving for this lovely and fluffy pastry over here at the quaint waffle house of Chequers, located at the ever lively neighborhood of TTDI.
Serving mainly American-inspired
dishes with waffle as their signature, be it on a sweet or savoury
note. The theme is also embodied throughout their interior design which welcomes
the patrons with versatile decoration of squarish boxes that resembles waffles
as well as numerous scenic paintings hanging at the wall, reminiscing the daily
lives of the folks in the United States.
Chequers KL aims to serve up a hearty array of not only good, tasty American staples, but also comfort food to your soul. Most of the sauces are deliciously made inhouse which includes the lip-smacking curry mayo which we enjoyed promisingly during the tasting session and several other noteworthy relish creations too. Over here, your usual ubiquitous main meals are innovatively substituted with house-specialty- soft waffles, all get executed alluringly as your ‘burger’, ‘sandwich’, ‘toastie’, dessert plate like Tiramisu too and many more. On top of that, Chequers also serve up a wholesome rendition of poultry recipes that are equally delightful to the taste bud.
Let’s have a quick rundown of the highlighted recommendations from the kitchen of Chequers KL!
DOWN HOME BENNY – MYR19.00
Savory waffle, beef bacon, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, guacamole and watercress salad, beautifully garnished and interesting served than the usual Egg Benedict breakfast you see elsewhere.
MOO MOO – MYR28.00
Their signature waffle burger made with seasoned striploin beef patty seared to perfection. Served with homemade berry barbeque sauce, beef bacon, cheddar cheese, raisin slaw, and pickled relish. Comes with waffle fries too.
DOUBLE DECK CROQUE MONSIEUR – MYR18.00
Savory waffle, turkey ham and tomato wrapped with egg, served with cheese sauce, topped with a sunny side up- just the usual scene you would see any American enjoying their fave toastie!
CHICKEN COBB SANDWICH – MYR25.00
Now we have savory waffle sandwiching the marinated grilled chicken, beef bacon, sliced tomato, boiled egg, guacamole, curry mayo and waffle fries, for a change of tender chicken meat too.
MANGO SHRIMP WRAP – MYR23.00
Sautéed tiger prawns wrapped with marie rose sauce, tomato salsa, fresh mango and lettuce, comes with waffle fries. Light and wholesome! Love the sweetness that got exuded by the mango bits in between while chewing the juicy prawns, slurps!
POMODORO PASTA – MYR16.00
Fettucine topped with a savoury Pomodoro sauce, cherry tomato, basil and black olives, served with succulent chicken thigh meat and luscious bacon streaks!
PESTO SEABASS – MYR34.00
Pan seared seabass cooked to perfection on a bed of pesto sauce. Served with seasoned roasted potatoes and stir fried asparagus topped with crispy ginger.
MELTING MOMENTS – MYR17.00
Chocolate chip waffle hand battered banana fritters, almond nibs, vanilla ice cream drizzled caramel and chocolate sauce. However, the bananas fritter is tad oily to my liking, other than that, i really enjoyed them.
TROPIC COCONUT – MYR17.00
Coconut waffle, fresh coconut meat, roasted almonds, coconut ice cream, fragrant pandan sauce.
This was really terrific and no qualms was my best dessert pick of the day!
DECONSTRUCTED TIRAMISU – MYR14.00
Disassembled into waffle sticks, mascarpone cheese with chocolate shavings and a side of espresso shot. Definitely not your average joe- as opposing to the usual crowds, where tiramisu is served only in a cup or cake.
Now is the perfect time to down the meal with some good cup of coffee. Currently brewing fresh from the La Cimbali is the primo quarto- a balanced blend of Indonesia Mandheling, Papua New Guinea, Brazil and Ethiopian. Greet your palate with a smooth, aromatic body, and ends with a robust, nutty aftertaste.
MOCHA (MYR 12)
LATTE (MYR 10)
MATCHA LATTE (MYR 12)
I particularly enjoyed their house smoothies, which uses real nutritious yogurt to be blended with fresh fruits of your choice. Am glad that there is no ice creams blended miserably in my beverage but just a pure toothsome healthy yogurt drink. Available at MYR 13 each.
It was definitely a ‘food-full’ or a rather ‘waffle-full’ night that everyone went back with a happy tummy in addition to newly-acquired culinary twist that certainly would tickle the taste buds amusingly. Remember to check this place out for a delish and homey meal with family members and buddies alike.
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Location: 153, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala lumpur
Contact: +603 7733 3068
Business Hours: Mon - Sun : 8 am - 11pm (Wed CLOSED)
Food Ink: https://www.foodink.com.my/listing/chequerskl/
Date of Visit: Oct 08, 2015 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4
After its first reputable flagship in metropolitan Singapore a year ago, PINCE
& PINTS has now made lobster delectation a much more easier and affordable affair for us here over at Bangsar Telawi, a well-known spot for riveting smorgasbord of gastronomic delights. Serving classic and contemporary lobster dishes, Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar is the definitive destination for lobster bar quintessentially, offering freshly succulent and quality lobsters at accessible prices.
Decking out with a swanky 1,500 sq ft interior and multi-faceted chicness of 55-seater, this prestigious lobster epicureanism is set to wow bon vivants of Klang Valley over for its immaculately poised cartes do jour which served up to only 5 lobster-centric menus, along with motley of time-honoured wines, beers, house-special cocktails and other alluring beverages alike. This underlines Pince & Pints dedication in doing lobster right, hence the compact lobster specialty bill of fare in 5 sensational ways- a first-of-its-kind concept in Kuala Lumpur.
Each lobsters come at an average 600g – 650g, freshly wild-caught and flown directly all the way from Boston and Maine. Upon arrival to Malaysia, those crustaceans would be first kept at a state of the art cool-temperature sea tanks before get transferred and dwelled at their new home at Bangsar outlet. The live lobster would then be adeptly handled and culinary crafted by experienced chefs upon order, thus guarantees a truly lobster indulgence unfeignedly. More top-notch logistic assurance by Pince & Pints here: http://bit.ly/1MWTaTK
Let’s check out what’s instored for you by the lobster maestro to titillate the discerning palates of yours.
THE LOBSTER ROLL
Hearty chunks of fresh lobster meat tossed in mayonnaise and salt, stuffed in a ‘top-split’ homemade bun, and served with straight-cut fries with skin, garlic aioli and house salad. The bun itself is already a humble enjoyment, boasts with rich buttery fragrance, apart from the engaging bites of lobster meat.
LOBSTER NOODLES (exclusive to Pince & Pints KL only)
Large chunks of shell-on lobster, wok-fried with scallions and ginger in a lightly seasoned sauce atop freshly homemade egg noodles, and served with chili oil. This homey yet gracefully illustrated local’s favorite fare, boasts a very flavourful sapidness that is simply scrumptiously reassuring with its sweet oceanic taste.
CHILI LOBSTER WITH MANTAO
A homage to its Singaporean roots, a special house blend chili gravy envelopes a whole portion of fresh lobster and is served with a side of mantao, a.k.a. fried buns, the perfect Oriental pillow to soak up the mouth-watering sauce. This bounteous pot would definitely triumphs among spicy-food enthusiasts for that unmistakable mild kick of tempting hotness.
WHOLE LIVE LOBSTER (STEAMED OR GRILLED)
A whole portion of lobster, steamed or grilled to perfection, and ready to be dunked on the house specially made herbed butter sauce, served with straight-cut fries with skin and house salad.
Steamed Whole Live Lobster
Grilled Whole Live Lobster
For those who enjoy some smoky hint, ideally the grilled version would suit you more.
As for purist who enjoys their food au naturel way, then the juicily steamed interpretation surely warms the cockles of your heart. It’s literally bursting in juice once you bite in. I really revel in the firm texture yet succulent nuance that easily gets me hooked on for more. Double thumbs up!Steamed Whole Live Lobster
All food items on the menu are priced at a standard MYR 158++, and every dish comprises of a whole lobster portion.
So after the Pince, where is the Pints? (=
Fret not, be prepared to relish exuberantly in the enticing potpourri of drinks selection, be it handcrafted mocktails, cocktails, artisanal beers or boutique wines from all over the world.
ROSE- CHATEAU DE TRINQUEVEDEL (MYR 38 Glass | MYR 158 Cafafe | MYR 228 Bottle)
Chateau de Trinquevedel, from Rhone, France of vintage 2013, Grenache and Syrah.
Also available in Magnum size of 1.5 litres.
WHITE – DOMAINE ANDRE-MICHEL BREGEON ((MYR 32 Glass | MYR 133 Cafafe | MYR 192 Bottle)
Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine, Sur Lie from Loire, France of vintage 2013, Melon de Bourgogne
BED OF ROSES (MYR 45)
Rose liqueur, vodka, fresh lime and lemon, lychee juice and sugar. Floral fragrance, sweet sourness of fruitiness, no wonder this sweet-centric cocktail is a hit among the fairer sex. Highly recommended, slurps!
MARIACHI SIDEWALK (MYR 36)
Tequila, Fresh Watermelon, Agave Nectar and Elder Flower syrup.
500 DAYS OF SUMMER (MYR 50)
Gin, Fresh Lemon, Lime and Mint with homemade melon soda
CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE (MYR 18)
STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE (MYR 18)
Thankfully, diners here in Malaysia need not go through the queuing hassles like our folks in Singapore as PINCE & PINTS KL is accepting reservations since 5th Oct 2015 prior to its official launch to public 4 days later, which is happening on Oct 9th. So rest be assured of a comfortable and groovy dining.Can’t wait to sink your teeth into the chunky, fresh meats, lobster buffs? Heed now and make a beeline for this veritable seafood dining soon to fix that temptation. Even you might not be a huge fan of lobster, the extensive admirable cocktail temptations and wine selections certainly make it a worthwhile respite for an atmospheric drink or two.
PINCE & PINTS
“YOUR ULTIMATE LOBSTER FÊTE”
Location: No.32, Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening Hours: Mon- Fri
Sat- Sun 1130am-1130pm
Website: : www.pinceandpints.com.my
Date of Visit: Oct 11, 2015 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4
In times of such fast-paced life the metropolis is riding now, it’s not easy to really find hearty, wholesome dishes that are deliciously served while keeping prices reasonable and yet raising the bar in terms of freshness and inventiveness. Unless you have a bigger budget to indulge in daily, most city folks would resort to fast food as the current world dictates everything to be speedy execution from food preparation to work. Thankfully, there is once café that actually takes the pain of cooking from scratch everyday so to live up to the motto of eating fresh and staying healthily. Residing along one of the many busy streets of TTDI is the home for CAFE LAFAYETTE, which has been gracing the neighbourhood early this year. Founded by a passionate and whimsical entrepreneur-cum-barista, his shrewd wittiness is reflected in both his culinary menu as well as decoration of the interior itself.
Securing either a dim and cozy lighting at one corner or a romantic set up perfect for some vis-à-vis session at the other nook, both absolutely makes a comfy dining of this Italian fusion-stemmed concept establishment.
Most sauce are inhouse made, aptly acknowledged for the effortfully work of heart and soul, whereby the sauce is only freshly made upon order, unlike the common commercial way which most would prepare the sauce in bulk quantity beforehand. Hence creating the balanced nuance, perfecting the overall taste in each dishes. Even the pesto sauce is also freshly blended from basil leaves. This definitely deserves a great kudos!
All coffee here are served double shot- medium roasted house blend with mild fruity body of Tanzanian and Sumatra.
For appetizer, you could start off with…………
FRIED MOZZARELLA (MYR 12.90)
MUSHROOM RISOTTO (MYR 15.90)
Italian mixed herbs with mushroom risotto using Swiss cream. Good stuff here and highly recommended!
SALMON SPAGHETTI (MYR 18.90)
Chunky bites of salmon cubes with tomato puree and olive oil in a light creamy gravy.
PESTO DI SALMON (MYR 24.90)
This has got to be my favourite as compared to the tomato gravy type, for its lighter and less fishy taste. Springy pasta is done al dente, and generously mixed with the fragrant green herbs.
HAWAIIAN CHICKEN CHOP (MYR 19.90)
A huge slab of meat served bounteously with savoury gravy, pleasing bites of mashed potato to go with the thoroughly marinated succulent chicken meat, and garden salad as sides.
RETROMARCIA CORDON BLEU FISH (MYR 26.90)
Love the uber juicy and moist fish. It was cleverly executed that if I wasn’t been told, I wouldn’t have known it was a Dory for the fish meat is toothsomely marinated with herbs. Good camouflage but a pleasantly surprise one!
Up and coming new dishes for weekend grubs!
BALSAMIC MUSHROOM BEEF (MYR 24.90)
Beef pan fired with button mushroom, oyster mushroom, onion and balsamic vinegar and served with mashed potato and croissant.
Using specifically tenderloin cut, diners get to savour a delectably juicy meat that is adequately soaked with the relish flavourfully alongside savory curry gravy. All in all, it creates a smooth composition and zestly appetizing with subtle tartness to the taste bud.
The croissant actually reminds me of the oriental fare- dipping mantou bun with curry like at Pince & PInts or any thick gravy at Tim Ho Wan, hehe.....
CHICKEN ROULADE (MYR 20.90)
Chicken rolled in sautéed mushroom, red pepper and onion, served with mashed potato and nachos.
Again, a heavy dosage of herbs is used to complement the sapid dish gracefully as well as tastefully too. The nicely rolled poultry is stuffed with assorted spiced fillings that lends a very vibrant and saporous hint, that goes really well with their inhouse prepared chunky mashed potatoes. I just can’t get enough of the mashed spuds! Hehe……………………….
BBQ CHICKEN TIKKA (MYR 20.90)
Spiced chicken grilled with green peppers, pineapples and onions, served with croissant.
Would be better if the pineapple cubes have been served more, for that engaging savoury-sweet bites!
After the delightful feast, time to clear the throat with some cooling beverage along some brilliant presentation of cup of Joe too (=
CHOCORUM (MYR 13)
One of my fave beverage pick!
Never thought that the cocoa could actually blend in quite well with the rum taste, making this an unique blend. Something special and children-friendly i suppose, hehe.
COOL PRESS JUICE (MYR 9)
Orange or green apple
HOT CHOCOLATE (MYR 11)
ROSE CAFÉ LATTE (MYR 11)
An aromatic cuppa with a dainty hint of floral………..
THE HIVE (MYR 12)
Iced Coffee added with honey and frothed milk for extra smoothness. Nyummmm………… I like it very much!
Everyone was full to the brim at the end of the session and we went home with a happy tummy. Guess I would be missing the risotto and pesto plates for now, surely looking forward to another return soon. Do check it out guys!
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Location: 75M, Jalan SS 21/1, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor,
Contact: +603 7732
Business Hours: 11:00
am - 11:00 pm (Daily)
Date of Visit: Oct 15, 2015 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4
It’s been some time ago since we last attended coffee appreciation class at Università delCaffè della Malesia (UDC). And upon hearing another session gonna be carried out at CAFFÉ CREAMA at Plaza Mont Kiara, we jumped on the invitation call and headed to the café albeit on an early morning over the weekend. After all, it fits the punch line, doesn’t it? (=
For that day, early risers like us were introduced to several specialty blends along with some info sharing of the respective beans origin by Elvin, the owner of Caffé Crema who
is a real passionate coffee lover, often travels to Italy to keep abreast of the region latest tech-savvy; Polaris of Coffee Machine- La Marzocco. Being in the coffee roasting scene himself, he’s glad to see the evolving interest on gourmet coffee among the community nowadays, catapulted from our childhood brand of US big brands to coffee aficionado of third wave boutique coffees. Indeed an interesting coffee journey right?
Hence, Caffé Crema was borned and cultivated into a nice, comfortable enclave that easily spurs anyone into merry mood by its vinyl disc melodious tunes playing at the background upon stepping in. The ambiance is further accentuated aesthetically with the redesigned work of the junkyard woods that turns out surprisingly really beautiful such as the cable drum that is made into a lounge-styled table for the skyjuice. In a nutshell, everything is kept to be simple and echt- epitome of a real coffee-centric establishment.
New Guinea, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe and Indonesia
smooth chocolate, raisins, dried figs, caramel and overtones of tangerine.
The profile is smoother due to Ethiopian, floral and fruitiness
The second blend happens to my personal preference, Black Owl Blend.
Brazil and Columbia
delightful aroma of chocolate and honey. Sweet acidity, malty characteristics, deep balance and bold syrupy mouth feel.
This 2 region blend boast a more nutty and chocolaty aftertaste
Each cup of Joe served here are measured precisely for consistency in sizes, where each grinded coffee beans would be first weighted to that desired amount before start brewing you espresso shot. Once you have got these items in orderly checked; Skill + Grinder + Coffee Machine + Milk, you’re off to a good start!
Coffee drinking is a serious affair here, where it is encouraged to slowly enjoy and sip you coffee as it is, without any soya milk (as that kills the coffee aroma), skimmed milk or syrup. Of course, thorough appreciation of black coffee is not achieved overnight, so am still holding on to my milk-based latte if not cold drip at times (= Some 3D Kitty art for your latte perhaps? It's all imported from Japan
And pairing it with sandwich (whether toasted or original), is a good idea too.
The best time recommended to have coffee is between 0930 to 1130 in the morning for that’s the prime time for the coffee to help boosts up energy level, or 1330 to 1800 later of the day. However, it’s still very much depends on individual. Not advised to have it at night as caffeine needs up to 8 hours for it to digest properly, unless you’re prepared to guard throughout the night, haha…..
Do you know that Nordic countries like Norway, Finland and Iceland score one of the highest coffee drinkers in the world? Voila! ^^ Currently the most expensive coffee is crowned by Black Ivory which costs up to $50 for a cup, or two, if you’re lucky enough, due to its scarcity.
With passion, you’ll find good quality coffee that leads to your very own specialty coffee which eventually creates a memorable and personalized coffee experience.
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Date of Visit: Oct 18, 2015 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4
It’s such a beautiful day!
Having been in operation for nearly 2 years now, San Nae Deul BBQ Bistro has been greeting the palates of the Klang Valley folks with enticing and scrumptious BBQ buffet set, especially those in the vicinity of Damansara Perdana. It’s the first outlet to introduce such concept of Korean ala buffet BBQ at a truly irresistible price!Currently, the Korean BBQ restaurant is maneuvered by two affable chaps, Sun and Sam, who both share a mirthful of palsy-walsy camaraderie over sumptuous food in particular. Indeed two great pals with unfeigned chemistry. You might be wondering who are these two gentlemen seemingly enjoying their meaty feast al fresco way while relishing in each other’s chumminess. They are none other than the aforementioned gleeful souls of San Nae Deul, who are reveling in their delish array of repast of their hardwork while enjoying the beautiful day with Mother Nature. The lads with a cordial disposition are seen really enjoying the companion of each other.
Priced at only MYR 39++ for lunch and MYR 45++ for dinner, this is indeed a steal! Diners could choose from the relatively large menu options of various Korean traditional dishes as well as assorted meat cuts of different marinades. I particularly love their gochujang and special house sauce, simply executed with inhouse recipe but taste stellar! Recommended ways to enjoy the barbeque meat as suggested by SAN NAE DEUL:
Heat control is very important during the process of grilling the meat. Reduce the heat when both sides of meat are cooked in order to maintain its juiciness
Relish in the All-You-Can- Eat Korean ala carte BBQ buffet from ……………
LA GALBI (LA BEEF RIB)
SAMGYEOPSAL (GRILLED SLICED PORK)DAEPAE SAMGYEOPSA (BAMBOO GRILLED SLICED PORK)
GOCHUJANG SAMGYEOPSAL (GRILLED SLICED PORK IN KOREAN SPICY SAUCE)
DWAEJI GALBI (PORK SPARE RIBS MARINATED IN HOUSE SAUCE)
BUSUT SAMGYEOPSAL (GRILLED SLICED PORK WITH MUSHROOM)
Our friend here is doing a pretty good job, isn't it? (=
DWAEJI JUMULEOK (SEASONED PORK)
O-SAM BULGOGI (SQUID & PORK BULGOGI)
Further tantalize your taste bud with Korean snack and other side dishes.MODEUM CHICKEN (ASSORTED CHICKEN OF FRIED CHICKEN AND SEASONED SPICY CHICKEN- YANGMYEOM CHICKEN)
PAJEON (GREEN ONION PANCAKE)
One of the best and fuss-free nosh of the day, tastily flavourful and a hit among the foodies. The pairing dipping was very appetizingly tart that goes well in enhancing the subtle savory of the pancake.
TTEOKBOKKI (SPICY STIR-FRIED RICE CAKE)
In case you’re up for some hot challenges, take up this Mafia way for the extra hot version, hehe (Of course we requested ours one to be toned down version, keke)
JAPCHAE (NOODLES WITH SAUTÉED VEGETABLES)
DOLSOT BIBIMBAP (MIXED RICE WITH VARIOUS VEGGIES IN STONE POT)
HAEMUL SUNDUBU (SOFT TOFU WITH SEAFOOD)
Comes with loads of fresh myriad of seafood that help sweetened up the soup nutritiously. Recommended one! Yum yum! Not forgetting to top up a minimal amount for the chilling drinks too.
BOKBOONJA JUICE (MYR 5)
DEMISODA APPLE/ ORANGE (MYR 5 each)
Or some smoothies perhaps? ^^
PINA COLADA (MYR 13)
Pineapple and coconut smoothie
Overall, it was another notable Korean feast where meat dishes are of concerned. All poultry was thoroughly marinated and thoughtfully deboned for some cases, and the authenticity of a Hangul eumshik flavor ought have, was gladly preserved, hence satisfyingly toothsome. It’s a great place for meat lovers to enjoy and fix their carnivorous craving at such a bargain, with freshness and qualities are reassured. Drop by one of these days and don’t forget to try out the uber awesome Haemul Sundubu, jinnja masshisoyo! Loving it to the last sip, slurps……..
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** Please do not waste food as wastage would be charged MYR 15 per table
** After 2 hours, MYR 10 would be charged for every 30minsLocation: G16-17, Empire Damansara, No.2, Jalan PJU 8/8a, Damansara Perdana PJU 8, 47820 Petaling Jaya
Contact: +603 7611 0615
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat (4pm – 2am)
Date of Visit: Jul 17, 2015 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4