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I guess some of you might have seen in Instagram that many people taking nice pictures in this matcha cafe. It is actually a hidden gem in Bangsar where Niko Neko Matcha is operating at Level 1 right opposite McDonalds those housing area.

Youtube video  click here

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If you are a green tea or matcha lover, then this would be one of the place that I will be highly recommended as they
specializes in pure Single Origin Specialty Matcha Green Tea. Quality wise will be top notch and you will love it.

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they also showcasing variety of products ranging from green tea powder to beauty products.

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Price for a cup of classic green tea is at very affordable price which starts from RM6.

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Tried Yuri Matcha which is medium profile @ RM 6 and I am a big fan for roasted profile and tried Tsubaki/Houjicha @ RM 6

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Both are equally good to my liking.

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Seating capacity here will be a big challenge for many of you as there are only 3-4 seating area and per table is cater to about 2-3 pax. So yah, good luck.

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As you reach on the 1st floor, you will see this little cute logo on the door and on the right side, ring the door bell with the cat logo on it too.

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This brand actually operate by one of my friend and it is more to showcase their products and they have gaining huge popularity since then. If you are around the area, do pop by make a take away of green tea drink.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10, love the quality of green tea~-Stamped-

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

Location:
Niko Neko Matcha
82A, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar,
59000 Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours: 12pm – 7pm
(Close Monday)

Tel: 011-2355 5405

If you see in the instagram recently, there are quite number of instagrammer that shoot this place. A new dessert shop in Bangsar known as Namelaka Patisserie located in Jalan Telawi. Serving very pretty fruit base desserts.

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Look at the selection of these pretty dessert. Certainly it looks like real actual fruits but it is not. Carefully crafted as these dessert takes 3 days to complete. As it need to be constructed by layers. Quite a technical dessert.

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Just look at the skin and texture of it. Green Apple just look like one as the stem is made of carefully temper chocolate, glaze with their special recipe. Orange and Lemon do have a rough surface that looks exactly like it.

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At first I thought this cube is for decoration and I was wrong. It is a chocolate cube.

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As you cut through the dessert, it is pack with the actual natural ingredients.

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Green Apple @ MYR 19 – Chocolate, Apple Ganache Montee, Apple Gel, Fresh Apple Cube & Dill

Orange @ MYR 21 – Chocolate, Orange Ganache Montee, Orange Gel, Marmalade, Fresh Orange Segment & Timut Pepper

Pear @ MYR 21 – Chocolate, Pear Ganache Montee, Pear Gel & Fresh Pear Cube

Passion Fruit @ MYR 23 – Chocolate, Ginger Ganache Montee, Passion Fruit Gel & Fresh Passion Fruit

Lemon @ MYR 23 – Chocolate, Lemon Ganache Montee, Lemon Gel, Lemon Marmalade, Fresh Lemon Segment & Fresh Mint Leaf

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What I mean actual ingredient as you will have mini cubes of orange skin, juices that made into concentrated sauce, and orange meat.

Lemon is their best seller.

Location:
Namelaka Patisserie
1st floor,
No 34, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar, 59100, KL

Business hour :
Sun -Thurs 11:30am–8pm,
Fri- Sat 11:30am–10pm,
Closed Weds.

tel: 03-2201 3241

After bubble milk hit hard on our local shores then what is the next buzz? Well, there are 2 actually as now little cafe’s are popping up in many corner and there are a few good ones and burger is also the next big thing here. One of the latest outlet to open its door to public is KGB (Killer Gourmet Burgers) that located the same row as Antipodean Jalan Telawi there.

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Its a small shop that operating around the area that soon to be filled with many coffee joints. Started off bout less than a month if I am not mistaken and its start to gain its popularity over the neighbourhood with a few bloggeres blogged about them.

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On our first visit we came it was rather dissapointed cuz we did not know the opereate only at night for the 1st month and for the following week, we decided to come back for dinner. STaff here are very helpful and friendly as they are explaining to us what to eat and try for first timer.

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Menu are pretty straight forward with what types of meat you prefer and there is not much to choose from which makes us easier to make up our mind.

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chicken bites are pretty good though, fried to crips and the best thing to pair with it is their special made sauce. Light sourish end that goes well with it.

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Kimchi with Bulgogi Beef Fries @ RM 13.90

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this is another item that attracted our attention. Looks good but the taste is still room for improvemement as we did gave our feedback to them.

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If you cant take beef then this is one of the choices to go for. Seoul Chicken @ RM 15.90, find that the taste is bit funny.

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on the size of the chicken breast that they are using, its quite thick, and still juicy after fried.

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All their burgers come in their signature and one of the best is not only their patty is also their bun. I love it as its soft and fluffy yet toast to my likings.

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The Bobcat burger @ RM15.90 made with luscious green chili slaw & jalapeno mayo. If you cant take spicy then skip this as the spicy dont hit you instantly. It comes after that. To me its still okay.

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The Shack turns out to be one of my favourite in the list @ RM13.90 nett, the patty is fragrant and juicy top with a slice of cheddar cheese with Shack sauce sandwiched in the fresh, fluffy bread. I just called it Cheeze burger. One of the best in the list that wont go wrong. – Highly Recommended

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The Tornado @ RM15.90 – Looks big that filled with onnion rings, fried egg and fiery mayo. I expect this to be spicy because of the word fiery mayo but didnt enlighten me with that.

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I must say that the chef here are pretty good that able to make nearly all my range of burgers medium, that make it soft and juicy. All of us love it.

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this is one of the special homemade sauce. Its good!

Remark: Do take not that some of the burgers are filled with sauces and it might get messy . . Do take tissue to prepare. 😀

*Pork-Free

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good -Stamped-

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

Location:
KGB Bangsar
23, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Same row as Antipodeon)

Business hours: 5pm to 10.30pm
(closed on Tuesdays)
Should open for lunch starting July

Tel: 017-989 8870 (Joey), 012-370 1233 (Steven)
GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.909 E 101 40.296

Ever read before the bedtime story 3 Little Pig? Now they have come to life in reality. Its not the typical 3 piggies that build their house  then got blown away. This is other way round. Building more modern style with steel and glass windows, and both ended up in the kitchen being cook~ 3 Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf

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This modern 3 little pig located outside facing main road or next to Jaya Grocer in Bangsar Village. Welcoming you at the door step is this little 2 wooden door that you have to hop in and will be warmly greeted by the friendly staff at front desk.

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Operating bout a month that is pretty new to the area, attracted many people to dine in here and already have mix reviews that I read over the blog. I was highly recommended by a friend that MUST NOT miss this fantastic restaurant that serve great porkie food. I guess this is a good sign for many pork lovers like us.

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A very cosy outlet that definitely will let you sunk at your chair.

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Wine lover, there is a great selection of wine for you to chose from . .

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whereby you can sit here and chill along by ordering some snacks.

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Huge group like us, of course we would want some privacy and they do have a room that can fit at least 10 of you.

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Porkie stuff usually will go well with beer or wine. how can i miss that . . heheh

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The menu offering and names are very interesting. That’s why I said both of the piglets and wolf ended up in kitchen.

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Wild Mushrooms Soup @ RM15 is one of the hot soup that you must order. Blended with few types of mushroom to make every sip of it aromatic and nice do drink yet can bite some chunks of it. Recommended~

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Sweet Carrot Bacon Soup is rather thick in texture and [email protected] RM15

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I love this Garlic  Caramelized Roast Pork. One of the starter that I enjoy alot. I keep picking slices by slices till it finish. Well quoated in dark soya sauce and not too salty, just nice to pair with my beer too. .  @ RM15

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Garlic Mushrooms @ RM 15 is slightly pricey and if you get to chose of course will opt for the Garlic  Caramelized Roast Pork.

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This is no ordinary chicken drum stick or satay. This is actually a Pork Drumsticks @ RM 13

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Pork Kebabs are filled with well balance of lean meat and fats. Just nice to tease your taste bud. @ RM22

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Cold cuts platter @ RM59, which has parma, serrano, salami, chorizo and olives.

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Something healthy yet sinful, here is one of the order to hunt for dressing is perfect and bacon are well prepare.. Crispy Bacon & Asparagus Salad @ RM23

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Grilled Pork Salad @ RM22

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I usually do not prefer tomato base sauce spaghetti that make it a classic sauce that is aromatic and mince meat that comes to my liking. Piggy Bolognaise @ RM19

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It is not alien that invade earth and this cheeky dish is called Alien Invasion @ RM26 was a plate of squiggly long-legged spaghetti threaded through slices of sausages and tossed with button mushrooms in a creamy sauce. I love the texture of spaghetti which is slightly thicker than the ordinary type. Cook to al-dante and just perfect. Something that I like. Some find it a bit creamy and its advise to share. – Recommended~ 

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Why I said Wolf and pig are in kitchen, as this is one of the reason.  Wolf’s Favourite that have a poached egg on the top and with slices and chunks of smoked pork bacon, along with crispy bacon [email protected] RM27. A plate that had gone within seconds. another recommended~

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Glazed BBQ Pork Ribs @ RM59 served with fries and garden salad was slathered with homemade BBQ Sauce.

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Piggies Rolling in Mud @ RM25 , it turned out to be crumbed pork cutlets served with rice and a mild Japanese curry, if you love Japanese curry then this is another dish not to be miss. Mild texture of curry that pour onto the meat and rice.

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Mighty Piggy Burger @ RM24 A medium size pork patty, cheese, fried egg, herbed mayo sauce served with fries and house salad. Not bad as the patty are season with some light spices too. If the yolk are half cook then it would have been perfect.

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This is the most unique dish on the table that Roast Porky Fried Rice might look ordinary. Its a fried rice that burst with flavours. Cook to perfection with wok hei and japanese rice that makes every mouthfull delicious with mild spicy after taste, filled with perfect size of roast pork. @ RM19

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Deep-fried Mars Bar @ RM15 one of the selection on desert menu that tempt us to order.

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Coffee in here are pretty decent that stood above average or a better ones compare to many other outlets. A great way to end the meal with.

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Find that 3 Little pig and Big Bad Wolf definately stood above my expectations and if you are asking me would I come back again, surely yes. Already miss a few items in there.

*NON-Halal

Location:

Three Little Pigs & The Big Bad Wolf
Lot G1A, Ground Floor, Bangsar Village
1 Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar Baru
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-2283-2270
www.facebook.com/PigsAndWolf

update: 1/5/2016 – close down

Although I studied in Melbourne for 3 years, neither did I know that Melbourne actually famous for Peking Duck. Then I went to Google about it and surpise to see that this outlet Melbourne Peking Duck is actually serve awesome Peking duck that written by many bloggers there. Quickly I watsapp my friend there, and she mention its a recent thing that got pick up over the past 3-4 years. Means it was after I left. Most of you studied there would know this restaurant Old Kingdom, that serve pretty good Chinese dish. Guess what? The master chef is here in this outlet preparing and coordinating all the dish here especially on his specialty Peking Duck.

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Now to those who are craving for Melbourne Peking Duck you need not take 747 all the way back there as they have just arrive in KL that started operate right about 2 weeks. The restaurant operate right in the heart of Bangsar or I would say directly opposite Alexis, Bangsar.

Easily to be located and the sign board already very prominent to capture your attention.

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As I went up here, the restaurant is still under its final touch as for now on 90% complete.

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this is what I meant 90% complete as the final 10% touch up are decorations in the outlet.

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I find that the price are pretty reasonable especially with Peking Duck set. With RM 78  you get a peking duck with 3 more dish conversion or RM88 with additional dish. Set 2 definitely capture my attention more.

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Chili paste taste awesome is something that you must not miss to add into your fried noodle or even into your peking duck roll.

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Here came our order that, the duck neck is long it shows that the duck is roast by hanging. Its shinny skin and roasted smell of the duck   distract our attention in take picture of the duck. Smells so good~

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As the crispy duck is ready to be skin, we cant wait to grab a piece of the skin and directly put it into our mouth.

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The master chef is here, we are proud to have him back as, at first thought I thought he is from China that resides in Australia. Well, all of us are wrong that he is actually a Malaysian with more than 10 years experience working in a famous restaurant for peking duck also stayed in Melbourne for more than 10 years.

As the chef cut thru the skin, can see moist fats oil oozing out from the meat. Saliva dripping.

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Here are the fine cut with sligtly cut meat along and ready to be wrap around. I quickly throw one piece into my mouth, I can sense that more peking duck is calling my name. 😀

The difference between the ducks that I previously had over a restaurant last week (click here) are, Melbourne Peking Duck cut with meat are slightly thicker and fats on beneath the skin just perfect.

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Then we were thought how to wrap on the chinese pancake along. Not only that, their pancake is home made fresh in the kitchen upon ordering as you can still feel its steamy hot, and have to quickly do the wrapping while its warm.

Lay the cucumber and spring onion on your 3 o’clock direction, add on your prefered amount  of sweet hoisin sauce, follow by laying the duck skin atop, fold half from 9’oclock to 3 o’clock direction and fold both ends together.

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Tadaaa…simple and easy to eat. The taste of crispy skin and duck meat along with the sauces just burst with flavours inside my mouth and I love the taste of the pancake. Think yet aromatic, pairs well with the peking duck. We end up having 2 duckie.

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As the duck is being slain, do not miss out duck drumstick. Moist meat with crispy skin on edges, dipping along with the sauce is just perfect.

After we have clear all the skin on the duck, what happen to the meat. Well, remember the set I was mention, it was then further slices the meat out to cook along with other dishes as below:

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As we were half full then we ordered Fried pork

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Salted Egg Yolk with Butter Chicken.
Buttery butter, balmy chili leaves ,with extremely light and thin ‘egg filament’ .

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Stir-fry beansprout with shredded duck meat. I prefer this is something light for me, yet this is the first time I came across bean sprout fried along with duck meat. Turns out to be pretty good.

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Homemade Tofu with fish meat

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Another well cook dish is Shredded Duck Meat Fried Rice. Fragrant with ‘wok hei’ and the chili paste I mention, just bring the extra flavour out of it.

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Shredded Duck Meat Fried Flat Noodle. Stir-fry with dark soy sauce, loads of crunchy bean sprouts and shredded duck meat. We were so full when this dish came. Underestimate the make over of the duck.

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One of my favourite of all, its a very different version on the salty veggie duck soup I had as this bends towards more mild taste as after all heavy weight being serve first, this retaurant serve the soup in opposite direction. Its at the end. Something mild and nice to close off my appetite.

As last 2 week I also had peking Duck in another restaurant (click here) and here I am again to hunt for another good one. Verdict, this 1 stood out better.

The restaurant is newly operated do give a restaurant a month or 2 to improve on their dishes. If you are looking for nice Peking Duck, no doubt that this is one of the restaurant to hunt for. Good for you guys that stay nearby there. Recommended on their Peking Duck.

For family outing, here are the menu for your reference

Locations:
Melbourne Peking Duck
Address : 24-1 , Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru.
Opposite Alexis bar and bistro

Tel: 03-2202 1588

Operating hours: 11am – 10pm Daily (break from 3pm-6pm)

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