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TTDI is one of the area that are quite well known for F&B, with bars kick start the whole scene back in those days and now coffee are popping out so fast. One of the latest addition to the area is Pickle & Fig that is located at another side of TTDI. Sitting alone at the area would create an advantage for them with many offices are around the area.

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Its a simple decorated area with simen base decor all over the place with wooden chairs and pallet.

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 Menu is not huge but there is a good mixture of healthy stuff. . .

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Pickle & Fig was meant to start up their business that specialize in healthy smoothies, then only realise that, with the space they have gotten, they can expand their range of offerings to sandwiches and panini.

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 Gotten ourselves to try out their smoothies and find that its pretty good some of them.

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Mango MintAvocado , Bananalicks .

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Blue Healer which includes the blueberry, blackberry, banana, and apple @ RM 10 .  Goji Me which is a combination of strawberry, goji, apple, pineapple, and yogurt @ RM 12. This 2 flavor are more intense and some might like it.

Overall their range of smoothies is pretty interesting by using pure ingredients to be added on.

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Nachos @ RM 12, there is round tortilla chips and melted cheddar with sliced black olives and japapeno slices with salsa roja.

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Onion and Cheddar Soup @ RM8

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For something healthy, we can opt for their Avocado mixed green with raspberry vinaigrettesliced avocado, and toasted almonds with raspberry vinaigrette. @  RM13

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Smoked Salmon &Cream Cheese Sandwich Smoked salmon, capers, chives cream cheese, lemon taragon mayo, mixed on focaccia @ RM19

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I love their Coronation Chicken Sandwich Sliced chicken breast, caramelised onion, raisins coronation sauce, alfafa sprout on ciabatta. @ RM15

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 WE have been told by the owner that all the sauces are made fresh and from their very own recipe.

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Smoked Turkey Roll &Cheddar hot pressed Panini Smoked turkey tollsauteed mushroom + cheddar + infused oil on wholemeal or white bread.@  RM15

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Hoisin Chicken &Grilled zucchini @  RM16

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 Rotkraut Pastrami – Beef salami, basil pesto + mozzarella + butter spread in wholemeal or white bread @ RM19

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In one of their latest experiment is Fish n’ Chips.

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we gave them alot of feedback on this and surely when they put into their menu will be something to look forward as the sauces are good.

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I am impress on they learn to do the whole coffee themselves and with proper frothing its pretty good. The coffee here is not too strong, a bit mild and well balance.

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To find a spot which is not too pack and need a place for your coffee, Pickle & Fig is one of the place you can pop by.

Location:
Pickle & Fig is located at the TTDI at:
26, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2858-9960

Open 10am-10pm (11pm Fridays & Saturdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pickleandfig

I am starting to like Setia Walk in Puchong to be appear another main joint of drinking and eatery place. Spreading out their lovely landscaping that is one of the main crowd puller that provides great ambiance which is something unique compare to other mall. Bondi Junction.

This would be my second time here as still find parking here is a bit confusing or there weren’t proper signage up yet at the moment. Last round that I came, I visited Sushi Tei and now came back here for second round, we are in hunt for one Mediterranean food located at Block F level one. First timer here looking for this shop, surely will be lost locating. Just look for Ding Tea, and its above it.

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A simple casual dining place whereby you can just hop in anytime. A place whereby its decorated with simple hanging decorations, and why Australia flag is there, its because mainly the influence are from Australia, hence Bondi Junction is the name of the shop whereby its a place in Sydney.

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Its pretty amazing that they have this open concept kitchen yet you don feel that the smoke from kitchen is coming out. Maybe its non-air condition and pretty well ventilation around the area that do not make us feel it.

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A simple menu with good offerings for us to hunt from. Price of dish are pretty decent.

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I have tried this previously when we first drop by after my meal at Sushi Tei and instally we fall for this Focaccia Bread with 4 dips @ RM25. Made freshly by the chef with only limited offerings available. When it was place onto the table, the aroma of the freshly bake bread with rosemary and olives dotting the flat loaf entrails into our nose and just couldn’t wait to get a bite of it. .

Comes with 4 dips: sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese, black olives and balsamic vinegar, and I prefer the sundried tomato and feta cheeze are awesome combination.

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Wild Mushroom Soup @ RM 11 are all in homemade style with fresh ingredients that cook on the spot. Its flavourful that we need not even add in any black pepper that the taste is already there. How could we resist the temptation of this.

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Roasted Pumpkin and Red Capsicum Soup @ RM 11 would be something unique for the night as there are hint of little spicy pepper taste and both are equally good. In the end, we order the soup again for another round.

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This doesnt look like pizza as the own version of Bondi Junction Meat LoversRM25 topped with turkey ham, pepperoni, minced beef, onions, capsicum, olives and mozzarella. The dough are prepared daily for pizza and made fresh. Its slightly different from any other pizza that I had as the crust is thin and near to bread. I prefer meat lovers more.

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Bondi Special @ RM27 – with basil pesto, olives, sundried tomatoes, capsicum, pepperoni, egg, onions and mozzarella.

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To me, super star of the night would be Beef Lasagna @  RM18. After one bite of this, it instantly hit onto my top chart as one of the best. Soft filling inside out with carefully baked melted cheeze on top, with chef special tomato base sauce that make it outstanding. -Highly recommended for Beef as I think it taste much better than Chicken.

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Beef Bolognese Spaghetti @ RM15 Minced beef  in Napolitana sauce with basil and parmigiano. I think this is not bad as I had the lasagna first and I think it had overpower the taste this. Spaghetti is al-dante.

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Most people would misfire this dish – Chicken Gordon Bleu @ RM30 for one of a simple reason that the chicken breast would end up very dry. As for here, it suprise us that its not dry yet still quite juicy and aromatic with cheeze & ham taste in it. Well done.

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Stuffed Seafood Chicken @ RM30 is one of a unique this that I have come across as  pan-seared chicken roulade stuffed with chopped seafood served with pistachio sauce, greens and grilled herbed potatoes. Its a very well balance dish with greens, roasted potato and the sauce of pistachio taste unique. What makes it perfect is with red wine that pulls the taste up very well.

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Roasted Salmon with Red Pesto @ RM32 a dish that looks very healthy to me. With colourful veggie and lemon for you to squeeze on.

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Comes dessert time, rarely no one will say no.

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Crème Brulee, Classic Apple Pie and French Lemon Tart, @ RM10 each.

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At that point, we were pretty stuff and yet the picture of this Russian Benny @ RM17 – fatty salmon, mushrooms and toast with the thick creamy Hollandaise sauce keep calling our name. Its  agreat breakfast that we order 2 portion. Do let the waiter know you prefer runny yolk as one dish the yolk are pretty cook. Of course with this great breakfast would not be complete with. . . Coffee.

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Coffee in Bondi Junction are pretty good. I love their Mocha and Flat white. They are price in between RM6 and RM9

Valentines is just around the corner and looking for something pretty simple with great food, definitely this outlet would be another recommendation by me even for ordinary dining with friends and family.

Location:

Bondi Junction
F-03-1 Block F, Setia Walk
Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong
47160 Puchong

Tel: 016-6197565 (Willy Chan)
Email: [email protected]

 

 

Good food is definitely hard to find, more ever those that you found and like, quality to maintain is another challenge. One place definately did not let us down so far is Sanook Bistro and Spots Bar never let us down so far, even we patron this place numerous time as normal customer, the consistantcy of food is there. I have blog about this place before last year (click here). This restaurant is actually a hidden restaurant right in Kelana Jaya yet overlook the lake.

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As for football fans, its will be a great place to hang out too, with huge screen special beer promo and ample parking around the area. As for this year, the Godfather had decided its time to change its food menu and came out with interesting food range that never fail to impress us.

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I am totally impress with their wine menu, as this is the first time I came across a restaurant that write the characteristic of the wine and description of drinking. A totally perfect menu for me that I always have difficulties in looking for my bottle of wine yet asking the waiter/waitress they would not know what to recommend.

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As its still early, we decided to chill with their signature Margarita @ RM11. A glass that is not too strong, with perfectly blend ice filled with salt at the glass and a slice of lemon. I ended having 2 glass. 😀

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Jeng Jeng JEng.. here is the new menu, a unique way of capturing attention with chef special and road sign being install as a main attention grabber icon in the menu. BY many unique names and description in the menu have the attraction to attack us by telling us everything is good. – Dangerous!

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Gyro Lamb Pita @ RM18 – Sliced boneless marinated lamb leg with veggies & black olives, stuffed in fresh homemade pita bread packets, with special yoghurt mint mint sauce. It look rather simple like any other pita bread that I am having. With first bite, lamb being well marinated and burst with flavor as the taste is even better when you dip with their yogurt mint.

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Spicy Mermaid Salad @ RM22

For greens lover, something light to go after with seafood then it is filled with Sauteed tiger prawns & calamari rings tossed with roasted capsicums, asparagus, cubed Japanese cucumbers & romaine lettuce in Sanook’s special house dressing.

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I prefer Moogus Salad @ RM22

Grilled Sirloin Beef & Asparagus tossed with wild rocket salad topped with parmesan cheese and roasted red capsicums in house special dressings. As its just simple and I always prefer meat over seafood in salad. 😀

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Kim Yang Lamb Cutlets @ RM52

Kim’s favorite lamb cutlets coated in Korean Spices, charbroiled to perfection & accompany with Korean Kimchi. As unique as the name could tell you, this lamb certainly is one of a recommended dish in the menu. Marinated to perfection and cook to well that the meat is tender and juicy. Sauce is totally unique and nearly bone licking good.

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Masala Rib Eye @ RM42

Prime cuts of beef rib eye (250 gram) coated with chef’s special mix of garam masala, grilled to perfection and accompany by vegetable kebabs.

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A mix for us sometimes would be good as it give you the option. Again the sauce is the main item not to be miss to dip.

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Sotong Otak Otak @ RM30

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Grilled whole squid (250 grams) stuffed with prawn otak otak (spicy prawn paste), served with sambal tumis , pilaf rice, garden greens, garnished with prawn crackers, almond & fried shallots

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When I saw this in the menu, I told myself I must order this – Espresso ChickenRM25. Something its totally unique and first time I came across.

Tender chicken chop with espresso honey glazed and then roasted to perfection & served with pomelo salad, corn mojo, citrus bean salsa paired with tortilla chips. Sauce on the chicken is just amazing.

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Teriyaki Char Siew @ RM22 – Tenderly broiled chicken, brushed with special sweet soy sauce marinate, garnished with piquant plum sauce & green onions served with herbal pilaf rice

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Tom Yum Goong Pisek @ RM29 – Soup lover that love tomyum, its bad that you miss this soup as the owner himself is nearly half Thai and very particular of his soup that he needs to ensure that the soup stays authentic as possible whereby what he prefer. Spicy enough to make you go numb for a while, sourish enough to my level and a perfect companion with rice.

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I always told myself, I am going to skip their pizza this round yet I always end up ordering. SPICY THAI MANGO TUNA PIZZA. They are well famous for their hand tossed thin crust pizza. @ RM 33

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In this bar, their firewood pizza is also one of their signature item that must not miss, home made thin crust with generous filling is always a must with beer while watching football. This is totally new flavour, weird by its name but taste good in your mouth.

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Some of you might not like the sesame seed like me as I do not prefer the taste yet the aroma of lamb help me pair off the taste well. Sesame Honey Lamb Pizza @ RM35

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Marie’s Crepe Suzette @ RM17 – Freshly pan fried french crepes flavored with creamy fresh orange juice and citrus zest. Orange zest taste might be a bit strong especially taste of orange skin taste is very visible but when comes to desert its hard for me to say no. crepes are thick in a mouthful bite are just nice and orange pairs it well yet a scoop of ice cream would me it perfect!

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Every one went crazy of this Henry’s mud cake @ RM11. Serve pippin hot, small portion enough to satisfy your desert crave or end your dinner in style that mud cake is moist with warm chocolate in it.

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After reading the post, might sound that I have like praised nearly everything, well, this is the Sanook Bistro that we are expecting as it never fail us with their consistant food quality as I have mention and the chef behind all these food are just amazing to make every portion right and perfect. As far as I know their new menu is amazing.

Good for you to give it a try.

*Pork Free

Location:
Sanook Bistro and Sports Bar
C-06, Plaza Kelana Jaya, SS 7/13A,
Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Tel: 03-7877-3636

http://www.sanooking.com

If you been to the new One Utama on their newly refurbish wing, you can get tons of F&B outlet there easily. One of the new discovery that we came accross is this shop located in between old and new wing right in front of Carls Jr I am not mistaken is this shop called Petite Millie.

[Update – No longer in Operation – Currently is Franco]

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A shop that had another outlet in Menara Kencana Petroleum in Solaris Dutamas called Millesime which some of you might heard of it before, along with the meaning of ‘vintage’ or ‘good harvest’.

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Why is it called Petite Millie? Is literally translated as ‘Little Millesime’, which opened its door early this year with the concept of modern European casual dining as well as the incorporation of fine dining as Millesime’s heritage.

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The restaurant serve some French-influence cuisine fresh with daily ingredients.

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The interior of the area furbish with modern European dining concept. .

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Price in this outlet are very reasonable ..

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1) Leprechaun’s Brew @ RM 14

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3) Goodness, Gracious, it’s Green @ RM14

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Here comes our dish and being bombard with first Roasted Leek and Potato Veloute @ RM12.50. Looks Creamy and pale to me that garnish with chives and avocado oil and certainly did impress me with the taste of it. Simple, not too creamy yet thick along with the taste of the fish is being detected.

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Provencale Root Vegetables and Brolotti Bean @ RM12.50. The tapenade is made with black olives, blended in a food processor until it becomes very smooth. I usually do not like anything that have tomato in it especially in soup but this is something that I can accept and well cook along with the carrot is soft by eating along with the soak crouton is just nice~

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Luv a Duck is a must that I had feel in love when it was serve. Simply look delicious from the serving itself. .Maybe I am a sandwich lover that something came out like that is hard to resist that serve along with peppered duck breast and fresh rocket leaves. The crust bread at the bottom is soft and pair well with all the ingredient and the duck breast is simply being cook well. @ RM23.50Recommended!

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One thing that caught my attention that it had been long time since I had dine along something with poutine and this restaurant do serve it. Poutine is actually a dish of French Fries and fresh Cheeze curds covered with brown gravy sauce that origin from French Canadian. Some other restaurant have their own recipe or other ingredient being added along too.

I must say Poutine Cheek in Petite Millie is impressive! Taste of thick brown gravy cook along with shiitake mushroom with chunks of beef being cook medium well is just perfect. Cant stop eating this dish. another dish to be recommended! @ RM26.

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First of all the name of this dish is very tricky as it is called Very Atas One @ RM26. When other’s ask me what is the name of this dish, I told them is Very Atas One then they said woi..what is the name of the dish, I repeated myself again and they said don play la. .  I  show them with my very serious face~ Really!!! its called very Atas One, and they thought I am joking till I need to show them the menu. 😀

One of the reason that I think its called ‘Very Atas One’ as they have the might cube of blue cheeze sitting on top of  this dish cook along with thinly sliced of beef, and caramelized onions. Its a love and hate relationship of this dish either you enjoy or you do not like the taste of it. SEriously the blue cheese they have tone down already and its not very strong in smell nor taste. I guess its to suits every one taste bud. You have to mix it well, if not I manage to bite a chunk of blue cheeze that will just make you go beserk . .:D

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Iberian Beef Cecina serve along with Sliced air dried beef loin and capsicum concasee @ RM19,50

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Avocado and Crab… c’est une boone vie prepared with thyme, balmy lemon oil, refreshing chive, crab meat salad and Avocado @ RM19.50. I would called this French Pizza that serve in thin crust bread. Fresh baked and eat it while its hot.

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Another delightful dish is Emilia’s Tagliatelle al Duck Ragu is two ducks preparation, pesto and oregano. Love the texture of it and eat along with duck ragu is just aromatic in one bite! @ RM28.50. 

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One of Petite Millie Signature is White Truffle Oil Fish Pie @ RM36.50

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Love the pippin freshly toast crust that being cook along with white truffle oil baked fish pie with shiitake mushroom. After cutting the crust with cracking sound then the aroma of the soup just burst into the air make all of us eager to try it out. A bit creamy soup base and eat along with the crust is just a perfect pair~

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Bourguignonne Style Beef Bavette @ RM46.50

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The Angus Flank of beef braised with shallot, mushroom and demi glace lied pleasantly.

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Millie Mascarpone @ RM16

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Panna Cotta @ RM16

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Apple Crumble @ RM16.90

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Malaysian Treasure -Coconut Cheesecake.

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Banana Cheesecake.

If you are looking to dine something with French Infuse restaurant, petite Millie would be one of the restaurant to head too as there are a few dish that I recommend is worth to try .. .

*Pork-Free

Location:
Lot G 146, Ground Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Centre Petaling Jaya,
Malaysia 47800

Contact Number : +603- 77320395

e-mail : [email protected]

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PetiteMillie

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