Kesom Cafe looked a lot more inviting a year ago. Not sure what happened but the restaurant doesn't look even remotely like what other bloggers' photos depicted. Now it feels more like a canteen and the atmosphere is rather gloomy. With that out of the way, the food's great and that's what really matters anyway.
Being a seaside city, Pattaya offers a good range restaurants with a view to dine for. The Sky Gallery is like a slice of heaven blessed with a breathtaking view of the ocean and Koh Larn island. This restaurant is truly a sanctuary to escape the wild life around Pattaya.
Starting from RM14.90, Reminisce's set lunch is available between 11am and 5pm daily. There are 40 different choices and every set comes with a cold drink and dessert of the day. I think this is one of the best deals you can get in Mid Valley Megamall.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams made its mark in the Bangkok dessert scene with their homemade ice cream and pairings with waffle and chocolate lava cookies. Their first franchise outlet in Malaysia opened in JB about a year ago and now, they are also in Atria Mall. Ironically, I did not know that they had a branch in PJ, so I actually went to their HQ in Bangkok.