Blog Revamping

Hello... I'm in the midst of revamping my blog to make my life a little easier. So do not be alarmed as work is still under construction.

Cheers,
Babe_KL
16 Oct 2012

Friday, 30 October 2009

Prawn and Chicken Pomelo Salad

Dad went on a trip to Penang with his qigong clique, they stopped by Ipoh and someone in the group, a datin if not mistaken, gave each of them 2 Tambun pomelos each. Mom gave me one and since there are 2 of us in the house who eat this, so I decided to make a light lunch out of it.

Prawn and Chicken Pomelo Salad

This is my simple version of Prawn and Chicken Pomelo Salad, seasoning to be adjusted according to taste. I broke apart about 4 segments of pomelo (this one is surprisingly very sweet) and kept in the fridge. Then I steamed a piece of butterflied chicken breast and some shelled prawn on separate plates in my electric steamer. Once the chicken is cool enough to handle, shred it using fingers into thin strips. Chuck chicken and prawns into the pomelo and return to fridge.

For the dressing, muddle these together in a mortar and pestle:

zest of 2 limes and juice from 3
2 tsp caster sugar
1 chopped red chilli (can sub with chilli padi)
1 stalk finely sliced lemongrass
1 stalk finely sliced bunga kantan (Torch Ginger Flower)
about 3 tbsp fish sauce


Pour the dressing (remember to adjust the fish sauce, sugar and lime juice according to your taste) into the pomelo mixture. Sprinkle in chopped spring onion and mix well. It would be great with some chopped coriander leaves but since Capt'n Hook doesn't like them so I omitted. Actually some chopped peanuts or cashew nuts would bring this salad to a greater height.


Easy peasy... almost as good as the one at Rama V that I had with Miss Sweet 16 ;-)



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Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Restaurant Dubrovnik, An Evening With Bloggers

Dubrovnik Restaurant

With a kitchen helmed by Chef Zoran Djumic and restaurant front managed by his beautiful daughter, Dina, Restaurant Dubrovnik is the first and only Croatian restaurant in town and most probably in SEA too. Capt'n Hook and I have the privilege to attend an evening with the bloggers hosted by Dina and Chef Zoran by way of invitation by Frat and Alice George Communication (AGC). It's nice to meet some old friends like ThamJiak, FBB, beauty queen, Cumi & Ciki, Wilson, TNG and etc and new as well like Taufulou and FoodnTravella.

Dina & Alice George

We were a little late and missed the intro of the place and the drinks placed on the table. I was told later that we're supposed to taste all of them using a straw errmmm something not that hygienic with the prevailing A(H1N1). I can't really get the full taste of the drinks so can't comment much.

The first 2 dishes that arrived were orzo with prawns in tomato sauce and spaghetti with prawns tossed in garlic, olive oil and white wine sauce. The orzo looked like paella to me as the pasta looked like tiny grain but others thought they resembled risotto. I like the spaghetti as it tasted light.

Drinks and pasta dishes

Next we have some appetisers rolling out, spinach cooked in goat's milk which I thought initially it was done with cheese as it's rather rich. Sue Lynn commented this would be great as a dip which I agreed with her. We then have button mushrooms done in two way. We loved the baked potato skins. The mash potatoes filling is fluffy and topped with 2 types of cheeses before being grilled.

Dishes 01

The lamb peka (yikes no pics taken? must be busy eating :p) were baked under an iron bell known as peka in a wood burning oven. The meat is tender, nary any gamey smell but Capt'n Hook and I find the lamb a tad too salty to our taste. We also have lamb burger... actually I asked the server what meat and she told me beef as I sat too far back to hear Dina introducing the dishes. Found out the meat was lamb when I started reading the blogs LOL... anyway just like Cumi, my piece was a tad salty as well but the homemade bun is nice. The dish that is almost similar to a Hungarian goulash was one of my fave. The meatballs hidden underneath the gravy and cheese topping were tasty.

Dishes 02

The highlight of the night is Chef Zoran himself, demonstrating how to make Crepe Suzette by the table. I guess everyone were excited with the thought of the liquors used to flambe this famous French dessert. The bloggers were busy clicking away when the action starts. I had the third and last batch of the crepe... not enough sauce definitely, the crepe did not get soak through properly but the flavours are there.

Chef Zoran cooking Crepe Suzette

It has been a lovely evening indeed. Thank you Chef Zoran, Dina, Frat and AGC for hosting the dinner.


Restaurant Dubrovnik
J-0G-14, ,
No. 2 Jalan Solaris, Mont Kiara,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Click here for map
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11.30am - 11.30pm



Monday, 26 October 2009

Review: Mrs Macgregor Seeded Wholemeal Loaf

Thanks to the pimping by FBB, at least I know it's safe to grab a loaf of Mrs Macgregor bread off the shelf without wondering if they're good or not. Ahhhh I love product reviews... at least I can purchase tanpa was-was LOL.

Mrs Macgregor Seeded Wholemeal Loaf (RM7)

I got this Mrs Macgregor Seeded Wholemeal Loaf (RM7) from Village Grocer. While I was deciding which type of bread to get, a lady with a waistpouch was busy checking them out too. She gave me a smile and I smiled back. After grabbing my loaf, I looked back as I walked away, and saw her checking and arranging the Mrs Macgregor breads. Ahhhh hmmm perhaps that's Mrs Macgregor herself?

Mrs Macgregor Seeded Wholemeal

Back to the loaf, I'm a sucker for bread... especially these lovely healthy ones. Unlike FBB and Capt'n Hook who will slather thick salted butter on them, I like varieties... jam, lemon curd, peanut butter, nutella, marmite/bovril and yes, the list can go on and on but for this Seeded Wholemeal Loaf, I first tried with butter. I tell ya, I was on glorious shangrila. The bread even though it's of wholemeal type but the texture is pillowy soft.

I had 4 slices for breakie that morning LOL. The next day, I had them with peanut butter... oooo needless to say, it was good too. I can't stop myself from having more than my fair share of slices hahaha. The only bad thing was sighhh... why lah I have to stay so far away from Bangsar?? *sobs*

You can get Mrs Macgregor breads at Village Grocer at Bangsar Village or Rocky Coffee Shop at Jalan Telawi 5 or call Mrs Macgregor at 016-2389313.


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Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Leftover Chicken Satay

There are times when one host a party and the host, being typical Asian, will order loads of food. At the end of the party, there are usually heaps of leftovers. The host will beg the guests to help clear off some of the leftovers by tarpau (packing) them back. Ever being in this situation? Hahaha I'm sure somehow or rather we're faced with this, well I'm one of them... no, I'm not the host but the victim LOL. I had a bag of chicken satay forced on me, luckily the host packed some satay sauce along too.

To clear the satay off, I removed the chicken meat from the skewers. Pour the sauce into a wok/pot and add some water, just enough to cover the meat. When it comes to a boil, chuck in the chicken meat. You can adjust the seasoning (salt and sugar) now to your taste. Turn down the heat, put on the lid and simmer till meat is soften and sauce is thicken up. Dish up and serve hot with rice.

Leftover Chicken Satay


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Monday, 19 October 2009

And So They're...

Guess what is their staff doing

...actually going thru the green beans picking and sieving out the bad ones whilst yakking away!

LOL so did any of you guessed correctly?


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Friday, 16 October 2009

Happy Deepavali

Wishing All A Wonderful Deepavali!!!

Frat n Aly wishing all Happy Deepavali

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Terry Fox Run 2009

We missed last year's run even though we were all ready with our tees. I guess we can't afford to miss this year's run then. The run is on 1 November 2009 at the Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur. There is no registration fee and the official t-shirt for the run is RM25 which will be available from today onwards. The run is approximately 5km for the adults and 3.5km for the family run.

For corporate teams, the words TEAM XXXX can be embroidered on the left sleeve. Any font / colour / size (reasonable) is acceptable but no pictorial logos are allowed. Team t-shirts are priced at RM30 and will have to be ordered 2 weeks in advance. Kindly note that this year's t-shirt is black.

SizesChestLength
22216
42417
3XS2820
2XS3021
XS3222
S3625
M4229
L4430
XL4631
2XL4832
3XL5234


There are 4 confirmed places for the sale of the t-shirts :

1) Cancer Research Initiatives Foundation (CARIF), 2nd Floor, Outpatient Centre, Sime Darby Medical Centre (From 15th Oct, Mon to Fri, 9.00am to 5.00pm)

2) Canadian High Commission, Menara Tan & Tan, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur (From 15th Oct, Mon to Thurs, 8.30am to 12.00pm, 2.00pm to 4.00pm, Fridays 8.30am to 12.00pm)

3) Foyer, Menara Citibank, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur (from 26th Oct to 30th Oct 12.00 to 2.00pm)

4) 1 Utama (23rd, 24th & 25th October - 10am to 9.00pm)

The schedule for other locations Bangsar Village and Bangsar Shopping centre and will be confirmed by the second week of October.

Run route and the location map will be available in a week's time. For more details check Carif's Terry Fox Run 2009.

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish


Another kiddy favourite... a homemade sort of tofu made from soy milk and eggs, topped with a delicious and fragrant minced chicken and preserved radish. Hmm just like how come restaurant serves this kinda dish. You won't believe it that it's very easy to make, just check out the recipe below.

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish
(Serves 4)

(A)
500 ml unsweetened soy milk
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 tsp sugar

100g minced chicken
2 tbsp preserved radish (choy poh)
1 tbsp garlic
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp corn flour mix with 2 tbsp water
chopped spring onions

Mix (A) together and sieve twice. Place mixture into a bowl and steam over low heat until sets. (12 mins on my electric steamer).

Heat oil and saute garlic until fragrant before adding preserved radish. Fry and mix well before adding minced chicken. Fry till meat is cooked. Put in the seasonings. Stir and add in corn flour mixture. Stir-fry until well mixed.

Serve steamed soy and egg by placing the minced chicken on top and garnish with spring onions.

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Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Review: KTZ @ Kepong Baru

**Non-Halal**

Strange that I never wrote about KTZ (kei tuck sek in Cantonese or also known as Fruitti Stall) all these while as I've been visiting here since errmmm I can't even remember, perhaps since their opening :p

KTZ Kepong

Their first branch in Kepong Baru remained my favourite even though they have air-cond locations. Somehow nothing beats the fume and dust from the main road and the heat under the zinc roof to enjoy snacks and desserts here heh! Another plus point is the snack counter where all their available snacks are on display and all you need to do is point at what you want. The snacks will be fried and presented to you later on. This really beat reading off the menu! Visual treats can be rather devasting to the waistlines hehe... a lot of times we tend to eat with our eyes :p We used to come here for breakfast but nowadays they open late in the afternoon and closes late. A stone throw from here is where One Noodle located.

KTZ Kepong snacks counter - take yr pick here

This visit we did not order any deep fried snacks since it was quite late. Just needed a bite since we did not have dinner. We just have a plate of chee cheung fun (rice noodle rolls) and steamed radish cake. I loved the chee cheung fun with button mushroom slices in between top with morsels of sesame seeds here. They're slippery smooth and sauces are served on the side separately on sauce plates.

CCF

Radish cake is rather plain but there are large chunks of radish in there with hints of dried shrimps. This cake is served as the same sauces as chee cheung fun. The chilli sauce goes rather well here.

Radish Cake

Each time I'm here, I will have a bowl of Peanut Soup - without fail! Their consistency and quality seems to have maintained over the years. I liked the fragrant and creamy part without feeling too jelak (stuffed). Their tong shui (sweet soup) here are not sickly sweet, just nice for my tastebud. I remember there was once Capt'n Hook and I ermm when we were younger... we just ordered bowls after bowls of tong shui and in the end, I had 3 bowls stacked up on my side and he had 4 in one sitting!

Peanut Soup

The other hard to resist item is their Mango Lo... if they're doing it right, there will be a layer of mango puree with sago pearls at bottom followed by very fine shaved ice. Another layer of mango puree with sago pearls then top with a mound of shaved ice. Large chunk of sweet Philippines mango cubes are arranged around the bowl followed by a generous topping of mango puree and sago pearls. If you do not have this many layers when you scoop in, do ask them why hehe... They do have other fruit flavours like kiwi, strawberry, honeydew, red bean etc but I find the mango the best.

Mangolo

Can't find the receipt but if you squint hard, you might be able to see the prices here (click the pic to enlarge).

KTZ Kepong Menu Board

I'm ending this post with this photo... what do you think the staff are doing there???

Guess what is their staff doing


KTZ Kepong Baru
66 Jalan 7 (It's actually on Jalan Kepong Baru)
Kepong Baru,
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-6252 9451
Opening Hours: 4pm - 1am


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Friday, 9 October 2009

Watermelon Sorbet

I gotten myself a new toy recently but so far I've only used it twice so I'm still not sure how good this thing is to churn out delish cold ice-creams LOL. I haven't got the chance to get the ingredients for ice-cream yet.

Ok I've been playing with Kenwood Ice-cream Maker (IM250)... just a very very basic stuff where the mah farness (troublesome) is I have to freeze the bowl for at least 24 hours before using it. So far the instructions mentioned that it usually takes 15 - 20 minutes to churn but I've tried this Watermelon Sorbet last Sunday and it took me more than 1 hour. After 1 hour it's still watery so I have to freeze it a bit before it came out looking like this. I suspect the watermelon contained far too much water to obtain a thick puree. So far the texture sure beat my old method of blending the concoction every few hours, the ice is finer and smoother... well almost like 7-11's Slurpee!

Watermelon Sorbet

I've used 2 1/2 cups watermelon puree (my handheld blender could blend it into puree without adding any water) and 1/2 cup lemon juice as my choice following Donna Hay's Sorbet recipe. Hmmm... I would have to make do with this first and see if my dream can come true one of these days!

Happy weekend everyone!


Basic Sorbet
Serves 4-6

3/4 cup caster sugar
1 cup water
fruit puree of your choice (see below)

To make the basic syrup, place the sugar and water in a saucepan over a low heat and stir without boiling until sugar is dissolved.

Increase the heat and bring to the boil for one minute. Set aside to cool. While the syrup is cooling, prepare one of the fruit variations below.

Combine the fruit puree and sugar syrup, place in an ice-cream maker and follow the manufacturer's instructions or the instructions below for a thick and scoopable sorbet.

If you don't have an ice-cream maker, place the fruit and syrup mixture in a metal bowl or cake tin, cover and freeze for an hour or until just beginning to set at the edge. Beat with an electric hand whisk and return to the freezer. Repeat three times at hourly intervals or until the sorbet is thick and smooth.


Variations:

For a Raspberry Sorbet, add 1 3/4 cup strained raspberry puree (700g fresh or frozen raspberries) and 1/4 cup (60 ml) lime juice to the cooled basic sorbet syrup and continue with step 3.

For a Peach Sorbet, combine 2 1/2 cups strained peach puree (6 peaches or 900g chopped peach flesh) and 1/3 cup (80ml) lemon juice to the cooled basic sorbet syrup and continue with step 3.

For a Mango Sorbet, combine 2 1/2 cups mango puree (4 x 400g mangoes or 950g chopped mango flesh) and 1/2 cup (120ml) lime juice to the cooled basic sorbet syrup and continue with step 3.

For a Strawberry Sorbet, add 2 1/2 cups strained strawberry puree (850g fresh strawberries) and 1/2 cup (120ml) lime juice to the cooled basic sorbet syrup and continue with step 3.

Ref: Modern Classics Book 2, Donna Hay



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Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Review: Neroteca @ The Somerset

**Non-Halal**


Neroteca

Capt'n Hook and I loved Nerovivo but I've never posted about them here. Next in line, we loved it's sister, Neroteca which is the non-halal version of the restaurant that also have racks of wines, assorted hams and cheeses and ingredients for you to bring home. Across the restaurant, I spotted a deli. As it was quite late, I did not manage to check the place out.

Neroteca - bar

My boiboi picked Spaghetti Carbonara With Bacon, Eggs and Parmesan (RM23), something I knew he will definitely order cos he can't resist the word eggs in the line. He slurped up the spaghetti and declared they were yummy. Then he said "Hmmmm... the bacon is nice, tasted like pork"... LOL errr he never asked before what real bacon is made from but my boy is becoming a porcine lover like his daddy. There was once we were at a hawker centre and he saw chicken rice stall, he told me to order the pork rice for him... pork means char siu for him here but sadly that chicken stall doesn't sell char siu. The next stall sells claypot chicken rice, so I ask if he would like that instead... he asked "got pork one or not??" *roll eyes* Coming back to the carbonara, the sauce was not overly heavy but great to slurp up when hot.

Spaghetti Carbonara  With Bacon, Eggs and Parmesan RM23

I ordered a Tagliatelle Funghi e Prosciutto, Ham and Mushroom (RM22) which came out extremely tasty. The entire plate is filled with loads of prosciutto, ham and mushroom slices! Just like the carbonara, the sauce texture is just nice, not overly creamy and I managed to struggle in almost the entire plate on my own. Capt'n Hook who was also enjoying a carbonara as well as keeping an eye on my order hehehe...

Tagliatelle Funghi e Prosciutto, Ham and Mushroom RM22

We have some juice and cocktails... BoiBoi's orange juice (RM11) was freshly squeezed type, I can't remember what I had but it has some fizzy drink mixed in (RM10) and Capt'n Hook tried a Rubino (RM20), an alcoholic cocktail. He ended the dinner with a grappa of Poli Torcolato (RM25). BoiBoi also had a vanilla gelato (RM6)... quite a large scoop which sees him struggling to finish up. Loved the creamy and light gelato. RM6 for such a large scoop, really value for money!

Vanilla Gelato RM6

I guess Neroteca is one of the best outlet in Kuala Lumpur for some delicious and authentic pasta. A 10% service charge and 5% government tax are imposed here. Our meal came out to a total of RM161, I would say it's really worth spending here.


Neroteca
Ground Floor, The Somerset,
8 Lorong Ceylon,
50250 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-20700530
Business hours:
10.00am - midnight (Daily)
6.00pm to midnight (Tuesday)
Last order - 11.45pm


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Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Grilled Sesame Chicken

Grilled Sesame Chicken


Another simple recipe which requires very little prep and cleaning up. I served this with roasted pumpkin, bell peppers, onions and potatoes. The flavours were all right but I think a little bit more salt would have been better.



Grilled Sesame Chicken

1 chicken thigh or half a spring chicken per person

Marinade:
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp sesame oil
2 tsp honey
2 tsp sesame seeds
salt & pepper to taste

Wipe dry the chicken. Season with salt and pepper. Mix marinade together and rub onto chicken.

Preheat grill and when hot, place chicken under it. If you do not have a grill, roast it in your oven. Cook till golden brown, turning chicken over once and basting it with marinade occasionally.




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Monday, 5 October 2009

Humanitarian Fund for Asian Disasters

I guess I don't have to elaborate on what and why but here are the few bodies that you can help our brothers and sisters in need.

MERCY Malaysia is collecting for Philippines and Indonesia.

Humanitarian Fund through MAYBANK (account name: MERCY HUMANITARIAN FUND, account number : 5621-7950-4126, ABA Swift Code: MBBEMYKLA)

or

CIMB Bank (account name: MERCY Malaysia, account number: 1424-000-6561053, ABA Swift Code: CIBBMYKL).

For more information, please contact Hana Kamaruddin (Media) at +6019-3140420,
G.Anuradha (Fundraising) at +6019-2215759, Noor Hayati (Volunteers) at +60193116196 or
Mohd Radzi (Volunteers).


NST/Media Prima - Vietnam, Philippines, Samoa and Indonesia.

Send your donation to:

The NSTP Finance Department
31 Jalan Riong
59100 Kuala Lumpur

0r by cheque in the name of The New Straits Times Press (M) Berhad (at the back of the cheque write "Tabung Bencana NST-Media Prima).


CIMB Group/The Star - Padang Relief Fund

The CIMB Foundation will match contributions from the public ringgit-to-ringgit up to a total of RM1mil.

Collection boxes have been placed at CIMB Group's 1,150 branches in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand and also Menara Star.

Besides the cash collection boxes, customers and the public can also make donations via cheque or online banking through two collection accounts, conventional and Islamic.

Details are as follows:

Payee name: CIMB-The Star Padang Relief Fund

Account numbers:
1408 1206 6620 56 (CIMB Bank)
1404 0000 4891 03 (CIMB Islamic)

Happy "Lunar" Birthday

Sorry darling for not wishing you here on your orang putih birthday :p since today is your lunar birthday, may your heart be filled with happiness and joy, may your deepest hopes and dreams come true for you. Happy Birthday!

Since we didn't celebrated cos we were busy nursing boiboi with his Herpangina, I just made a quick mee sua soup for Capt'n Hook just like how my mother would make for us on our birthdays. I boiled a chicken thigh in a saucepan with just enough water to cover the thigh for about 20-30 mins. Seasoned the soup with salt and pepper and add a wee bit of shallot oil. In another saucepan, I blanched some vegetables and mee sua separately. To assemble, just place mee sua, vegetables, 2 hard boiled eggs and chicken thigh in a bowl. Then pour soup over and garnish with some deep fried shallots.

Birthday Noodles - Mee Sua

Saturday, 3 October 2009

Wishing All a Blessed Mid-Autumn Festival

Wishing all a blessed Mid-Autumn Festival. Enjoy your mooncakes with Chinese tea whilst admiring the bright round moon.

mosaic mooncake

These mooncakes are from Fook Pan... the normal looking one is Butter Lotus Paste (RM10) which was highly recommended by SkinnyMum last year after she tried the Chocolate Mooncake which I highlighted. However, I don't find them any nice with the exception of a nice butter fragrant and the skin is very oily. The green one is the Golden Jade (RM10) which is pandan lotus paste where at least the pandan flavour doesn't tasted artificial, otherwise it was just normal. Seriously I think Fook Pan this year cut some corners which resulted sub-standard mooncakes including the chocolate ones. Very disappointing as I hardly buy mooncakes for own consumption.


Fook Pan Food Industries
274A Jalan Ipoh
51200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-4042 7676


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Friday, 2 October 2009

Review: Stuff Your Face Cafe

I've read about Stuff Your Face Cafe in Bangsar Shopping Complex but have yet to visit the place after its make over until recently. Since BoiBoi was with us we decided to check this cafe out which is located on the 4th floor where everything cater to kids are situated on this level.

I loved the clean look of this cafe and it's bright with natural lighting during the day we visited. The wooden white counter has cupcakes, cookies and cakes on display, very clever to tempt little ones. Since it wasn't that hot we sat outside. There was a tableful of cheerful tweens nearby with their mothers sitting at the inside air-con part of the cafe.

Stuff Your Face Cafe

We placed our order and we waited quite a while for our food to arrive. Can't blame them as they only cook the dishes upon order to ensure freshness. There is no service charge as well.

Capt'n Hook had a Pink Lemonade (RM7) while I had a Lime and Lemongrass Spritzer (RM8) which is rather refreshing with lime and ginger ale, with a hint of lemongrass.

There are quite a number of items in the menu for kids ranging from mac & cheese, sandwiches, fish fingers etc. Each item comes with an orange fruit punch and ice-cream. BoiBoi had a ham sandwich which is basically 2 slices of bread spread with butter with a slice of ham in between served with a small portion of deep fried potato wedges. I tasted the orange fruit punch which tasted basically of F&N orange. Since my BoiBoi doesn't like fizzy drinks, the Alam Flora in the mommy drank it all... that's the worst part eh since they doesn't allow to change or upgrade the drink but it's all right since they doesn't charge for the warm water served for BoiBoi (YAY!!!). A card shaped like an ice-cream cone will be given so that once the kid is done with the food, the kid can bring the card to the counter in exchange for a scoop of ice-cream (choose from vanilla, chocolate or strawberry) with their choice of topping. The kid set cost RM12 which I feel a bit expensive for a simple sandwich.

Kid ham sandwich set RM12

Capt'n Hook had the daily special of Baked Salmon Perchik (RM20) where salmon is slathered with perchik sauce and wrapped in banana leaf served with a minty onion rice and a warm vege salad. I tasted the salmon which went surprisingly all right with the perchik sauce.

Baked Salmon Perchik RM20

My Fettucine Mushroom Stroganoff (RM16) came last. This tasted totally unexpected cos it doesn't really tasted like normal stroganoff but it's like a riot of texture and taste. The mushroom stroganoff actually doesn't contained sour cream but instead the sauce is a grinded cashew nut base with slivers of mushrooms. Loved the fragrant taste of cashew nut.

Fettucine Mushroom Stroganoff RM16

I supposed this place is a great place for parents to chill out whilst waiting for their children to finish with their lessons or rollerblading or whatever at the same floor, not forgetting a fantastic place to have a children party here.


Stuff Your Face Cafe
Lot 4-09 4th Floor
Bangsar Shopping Complex
285 Jalan Maarof,
Bukit Bandar Raya, Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603 2287 3070
Business hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm daily


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