Instead of playing it safe and replicating other cafes' success, Thirdwave cafe at Nexus, Bangsar South is willing to experiment with new recipes that translate into unique and creative dishes. The menu is extensively diverse so you ought to find something you like.
Thailand is simply superior when it comes to desserts. Some Thai desserts that we are so accustomed to eating such as mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and red ruby are easily and readily available over there - either sold in restaurant or by street food vendor. But Ruam Mit is what we really crave (after having something similar in Cambodia and Vietnam) and we always keep an eye out for it.
Amongst the sights and sounds of the bustling Petaling Street, one food vendor catches your attention with loudspeaker. The repeated chants of "Yat Lau, Yat Lau! Wat Luet Luet" (first class, slippery smooth) from Madam Tang's muah chee stall fill the air and you can't help but to check it out.
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