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16 Oct 2012

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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Precious Pea said...

I like the cute name of this cafe!

Kong-Kay said...

the minute potion is hardly enough to stuff your face!

Rebecca Saw said...

aiyo, the ham sandwich definitely can make at home! ;p

Babe_KL said...

:D Pea

KongKay, yeah for the kids portion, my boiboi didn't feel full also :p

TNG, yalor so ex :p

Unknown said...

I love Stuff Your Face! You should go there and try out their Kunyit Fried Chicken! And Shrimp Aglio Soba! SO GOOD!