1 Mont Kiara is a small shopping mall but here you will find a couple of interesting independent restaurants. When we stumbled on Menya Kamikaze we thought it was just another ramen joint. Furthermore it was empty which immediately signalled a warning. Luckily our instincts got the better of us and as a result, we were rewarded with one of the best ramen we have had in KL since Marutama.
This is the first of my series of review of the instant noodles found in Malaysia. Each bowl of noodles is cooked according to the instructions printed on the packaging especially on the exact amount of water and cooking time. The first instant noodle to be reviewed is Aroi Penang Traditional White Curry Noodle.
A visit to the bright and cheerful Jam & Kaya cafe will probably have you leaving with a smile on your face. This down-to-earth, minimalistic establishment does not need pretentious décor nor prime location to attract the crowd.
“Hi, just want to check with you, is it normal for your Mocha to taste sour?”
“Yes, because the dark chocolate we use is bitter, and the coffee beans are acidic.”
Okayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, if you say so.
Cheesecake does not get any fresher at Uncle Tetsu. This rather new kiosk at 1 Utama‘s new wing has got people queuing up patiently for their freshly baked cheesecakes, which take approximately 45 minutes to bake from scratch.