Streat Thai is one of the busiest restaurants in Jaya One for a good number of reasons. While its pork free menu may not please everyone, it certainly appeals to most diners. Food is affordably priced and not to mention the atmosphere is always lively and vibrant.
Half baked (Hanjyuku) cheese tart is the latest fad in town, even the normal bakeries are offering it now to catch up with the trend.
Tokyo Secret in Ikano Power Centre started it all and their business flourished through word-of-mouth publicity. Even I was convinced to give it a try after many of my friends sang praises of it.
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.
Fresh toppings aside, gula melaka is the most crucial ingredient in making any ABC/cendol. In fact, it's usually defining factor that separates the good from the great.
The quality of gula melaka used here is a class better than other places. It's visibly thicker and instead of melting into the shaved ice, it forms a luscious syrupy glaze.
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is a casual dining restaurant chain from Singapore. Besides desserts, Sheng Kee also offers a selection of delectable flavors of Hong Kong cuisine including snacks, dim sum and various rice and noodle dishes.