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Coffea Coffee is one of the latest joint to pop up in the Jalan Telawi neighbourhood. Never knew what it was as I was dining nearby and the concept looks pretty interesting. Decided to pop by to give it a try.

From there only learn that its actually a Korean Franchise brand that making its wave to Malaysia begining of this year.

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This are one of the few coffee place that really decorate up the place because they are franchise chain and have to follow suit on certian interior design. NEvertheless sure its one of a comfortable place to hang out.

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Looking at their menu, I am impress on their coffee range as not only their original of coffee product that they are carrying they also do sell some single origins coffee. Decided to try one out columbian whereby my friend he used to order.

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there are some cakes available too. Never tempted to try or maybe I just finish my dinner. 🙂

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Anna trying out their Latte as it is well presented with a design of leaf, with their own signature cup.

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Taste wise is not very strong nor acidic. Its very mild.

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Single origin columbian coffee I would not say much as it falls into milder version as well.

Only upon I write this post, that most Korean coffee are pretty mild. I am not too sure all the way in Korea, keen to try out their coffee if I ever do visit that country again.

Certainly this is one great place to hang out as its always filled with alot of patrons whenever I pass by there and if you are asking me how is the coffee? Well, I can say I got plenty others to recommend.

Location:
Coffea Coffee
8, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2201 3338

Website: http://www.coffea.my

GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.941 E 101 40.309


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Previously when I was introduce to Anuar’s Fish Head Curry & Indian Apam at Lucky Garden, I was told that this malay food stall also offer great food. Decided to come by since I am on my way back to ease my cravings for apam. Yusof Tomyam is another stall ad the far end that enjoys good business at night.

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Its funny to see how the guy look at me while eating. .  I can see in the kicthen its operate by young malay chef and its quite busy in there with a few chef in a line.

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 This is one of a very traditional Indian apam next to this Malay stall that I am craving for.

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Since I was told that thier Tomyum and fish range are a must order then I ordered Ikan Bawal Goreng Tiga Rasa. When it was serve, the aroma of it is so fragrant and can still smell the freshly fried fish smell. The fish is fried to perfection that the skin and tail is so crisps that shower along with this gravy that is so fragrant, with light spicy and sour end. The more I take on the gravy, the more spicy it had become as it cook along with chili padi. NExt is  telur bistik which I forgot to take picture on. Egg fried in gravy that pair with my rice perfectly well.

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Here comes the Tomyum Chicken. Loving it as it has well balance of spicy and sour to my liking. Chicken is soft that they did not over cook it.

Overall if you are asking me where to get nice Halal food or nice malay food in Bangsar, certainly this is one of the stall that I would be recommending. Decent pricing and the food is above average.

*HALAL

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 , Recommended for Malay food-

WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Yusof Tomyam
Gerai No. 13
Lorong Ara Kiri 3
Lucky Garden
Bangsar
59100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.685 E 101 40.124

[update: Jan 2014 uncle and auntie had moved. dont know where they are now]

How many of you often crave for food? I often crave for a few food and Curry Mee is one of it. In Klang Valley/ Selangor area, it is definately very hard to find Penang Curry Mee and one which is the nearest to Penang few years ago is Lorong Seratus Tahun in SS2. After they have converted to HALAL status, I no longer go back to that shop anymore. The different between Penang Version and KL version is Penang soup base is more towards coconut taste and KL version is more towards curry chicken ..

 

Well, the auntie previously did their business at a kopitiam behind KFC and now they have move to Millennium Eighty Six still inside seapark. thanks to Bangsarbabe as I borrow her pics. . :D, the sipek good in food hunting, introduce us this auntie which is from Penang that cook authentic Penang Curry Mee. We used to dine alot and now she move we also follow along.

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a simple stall that locate inside the shop which is next to the kopitiam coffee making stall.

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This picture was taken at the old stall in Seapark but I did not retake the new one at the new stall as the most important is the curry mee still the same.

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They have a few condiments that is available in the stall as it depends on what you order.

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This is the thing that you must not MISS. A bowl of simple Penang Curry Mee @ RM4.50 for small bowl and RM5 in big bowl. The auntie is really generous on the portion.

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This simple Penang Curry Mee is the killer that often makes me crave for it. A bowl that comes along with tofu puffs, prawns, cockles, cuttlefish and best of all got pork blood, mine this round I add on with Pork Ball (RM0.80 additional each). The important is the soup base that hint of coconut, a bit clear, sweet that the auntie use alot of prawn heads to cook the soup and with a hint of pandan too. Then the chili that given separately, as I prefer mine to at least add on 1 spoonfull of chili to make it super chili red and spicy.

Anyway, if you do crave for Penang Curry Mee, I rate this by far the best and its a MUST TRY! The auntie also used to serve Koey Teow Soup and Penang Hokkien Mee (prawn Noodle) which is good too, as currently this is her new location, she will bring back her signature soon. Do watch out if you do go . .

___ Updated on 18th Jan 2013

Not only that, my friend introduce me the WEstern food next to the curry mee stall and I must say its a bomb.

2 huge slab of Pork chop that cost only RM10, definately very fresh piece of pork meat being slowly grill on the pan and drench with rosemanrry black pepper sauce is just very satisfying. Another thing to aim for in this coffee shop. – Highly recommended.

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 10/10, SIPEK good..highly recommneded -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Restaurant Mellenium Eighty Six
Jalan 20/22,
Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya

GPS: 3.108099, 101.623983

Operation time:
Monday – Sunday : 7.30am – 2.30pm


Every time when people mention Yong Taufu, its gonna be at Ampang, as it is not always true that have to be there, one of my friend had recommend me famous Wah Kiow Hakka Yong Taufu which famous around this neighborhood is located at off Peel Road at Cheras nearby Jusco Maluri that the dish is prepared under a wooden house with hot iron zink as the rooftop.

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Wah Kiow had been operate around the area for around 10 years and people around there just keep going on back. All their ingredients are prepared and fried pippin hot  from the wok which mostly operate by elderly.

The place is so hot till I walk in, it feels like we are in an big oven and there are a lot of people smack in this small wooden place.

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Variety of yong taufu to choose from.

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One of the dish my friend love to order is the Asam Fish. Served hot, and the asam curry is just nice to eat along with rice, not too sour, yet the spiciness level did not overpower it.

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Here comes all our selection .. . . .

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I just love their ‘Fried Sui Kow’

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The price is quite reasonable for such a portion that we took and I sure do not mind to revisit this place again.

It is advice sable to avoid coming here during weekday lunch time as it is sardine packed with people or if you do, do visit this place early.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, quite good, because its fresh~ Recommended~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

*NON-HALAL

Location:
Wah Kiow Hakka Yong Tofu
Lorong Peel
Off Jalan Peel
Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03 – 9283 7576
Non Halal. Opened from 10 am to 3 pm.

GPS – N03 07.616′, E 101 43.572′

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