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It was a random find as my friend told me that he wanted to have seafood buffet and google a few blogs to check it out. Then asked Vkeong about this place as he recommended this eat all you can Talaykrata Seafood BBQ Buffet from RM 88+ @ Publika

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When we reached, we are quite shock during dinner time on Friday night it is quite empty. This had made us skeptical about this place.

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This is where you get to catch the live tiger prawns yourself.

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Right at the front of the entrance, this is what you can, with frozen food series on the fridge, soft drinks, sauces and BEST OF ALL – is INCLUDING HAAGEN DAZs Ice cream!!!!! you gotta be kidding!

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For excitement, you can catch the Live tiger prawns yourself. Just look at the size of Tiger Prawns!

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Upon our dinning, the first plate of seafood are given complimentary (one time off) by headcount with:
1. 3 x big scallops
2. 3 x M size crab
3. 3 x Big head prawn

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Just look at the big squid. It is so good and fresh.

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The rest is all refillable:
– Flower crab
– Spider conch
– Mayo cheese oyster
– Mayo cheese scallop
– White sotong
– Cockle
– Lala
– Bamboo clam
– Mackerel fish (Saba)
– Salmon
– Mussel

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Also the owner told me that she is in the verge of getting Halal Certified.

If you are up for seafood buffet in KL, this place is indeed a highly recommended place by me. Seafood is very fresh, price wise, they really win for such quality seafood that they are providing. Run by lovely Sabahan old couple.

One of the best seafood buffet or eat all you can seafood buffet in KL.

*HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9.5/10, great seafood buffet.-Stamped-

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

 

Location:
Talaykrata Seafood BBQ
Publika, A4-G1-06, Solaris Dutamas, KL
(Facing main road and a few doors away from PapaRich)

Operating Hours: 5pm – 12am

Booking: 019-813 7767

Meat The Porkers is one of a place that serve you porkie Indian cuisine. A twist of flavour from classic traditional food that focusing mostly on pork .

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Recently, they are introducing new bites for dinner which if you want for sharing plate, then this would be a new better options.

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Tandoori Pork Ribs Tacos @ RM 38

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Pork 65 Masala Tacos  @ RM 35

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Butter Chicken Tacos  @ RM 30

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Paneer Varuval Tacos @ RM 30

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Tandoori Malai Pork Ribs @ RM 48  with cheese, cream, cashew nuts and spices. this is indeed a very unique dish. Meat is moist and juicy. Something new to hit on.

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For first timer, this would turn out to be one of your mains to order Siu Yoke Biryani @ RM 28 which is their signature dish. serve along with the roti dough seal on the side of the pot. Serve along with huge piece of pork lard for your biting pleasure.

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Another dish that is good to hit on is their Chicken 65 Masala @ RM 25 Fried boneless chicken cooked in yoghurt-based masala with green chillies and curry leaves. Love the taste of it and will goes well with their briyani rice.

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If you need a twist of your nan intake, then Bacon & Cheese Naan @ RM15 done with add on of  cheese and studded with smokey bacon.

Location:
Meet the Porkers
D1-G3-5,, 1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
Solaris Dutamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
(nearby Modesto)

There is definately alot of buzz going on for this shop. Still located at Publika as the previous outlet used to be Fierce Curry House and now the new conversion to Meat the Porkers, which made them the first Porky Indian Restaurant. One of their dish that had won many Indian food lovers is one of their signature – Siew Yuk Briyani Rice. Yup. You got it right! Siew Yuk Briyani.

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For a Friday night, we have to make a reservation as the place is getting more well known to many food lovers out there.

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Had Masala tea to start off with and I have had better ones before. For a classic cuppa of Masala Tea, I prefer this shop. @ RM 7

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One of the starter that we hit on and instantly got hook is Papadam with mint sauce. Fresh crispy piece with their home blend fragrant minty sauce is indeed a great combination that will keep you mouth biting till it ends.

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Since this is a porky place, we hit all the notes with pork. Starting off with Tandoori Pork Ribs @ RM 48. Mariation of pork is not bad however I think it can be further enhance on the cooking time. Slightly lack of flavour but ten their condiments at the side is awesome that do bring back the flavour.

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I think this dish is slightly fusion. Spice and flavour is not that strong, Pork 65 Masala is ideal for those who love slightly lighter taste of [email protected] RM 28

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Butter Pork is one of my favourite where the gravy is thick enough to my liking and love the creamy texture of it. A great combination of flavour with tomato, butter and spices. I add it on with my nan and rice. @ RM 28 – Recommended~

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This is the signature dish – Siew Yoke Briyani @ RM 28. On the top it might look plain with pork skin. As when you dip into the base, there is where you will find good amount of siew yuk in it. It is like a hidden treasure. Love the combination of briyani rice and the base flavour of it, is indeed fragrant. I personally think that I would be even better if have a great mix of some at the base and a few pieces on the top. As the siew yuk have a well balance of fats.

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Pork Sheekh Kebab is not bad as it need to squeeze with some lime as I personally think it is too dry for me. @ RM 28

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The Pork Masala Quesadilla @ RM 25

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Bacon Cheese Naan @ RM 15 is another order not to be miss. It is rare you would get this combination in any of the Indian restaurant. Flavour is not bad as I dip it along with Butter Pork Gravy.

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Pricing of this place is definitely on the steep side as if you do not mind to spend more compare to your usual Indian fare. According to my friend that had dine this place on the 3rd time, they mention that at the moment there are slight inconsistency as during weekend, the taste is slightly mild as compare to weekdays. Advise is do come weekdays which is lesser crowd and you will get to enjoy their flavour more.

Still worth to give it a try at least once to judge for yourself.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, slightly expensive!.-Stamped-

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

Location:
Meat The Porkers
D1-G3-5, Jalan Solaris Dutamas 1
50490 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 019-987 1945

Business hours: noon till 3pm, 6pm till 10pm

Ever since the discovery of The Eighth Avenue at Publika by random, this place had became one of my regular place. No doubt that they serve pretty good food for an affordable price. With 15 months of operation, The Eight Avenue  had recently launch a new menu 2016.

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Still one of their main signature as Angles and Demons is still staying strong in the menu. @ RM 21.90, smoked salmon wrapped in juicy melon and bacon wrapped prunes. This is my first time having prunes top with bacon, taste is pretty unique to me and follow with a bite of smoke salmon to give it a juicy sweet fruity end. White wine/ Hendriks classic would be ideal for this pairing.

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Lychee Pork Poppers @ RM 28.90 – Deep fried lychee stuff with mince pork. A confusion in your mind on the first bite as you get a sweet lychee taste then got hit with different flavours after that. Very interesting combination and should give it a try. Eat it while it is hot.

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Braised Pork Cheeks @ RM 35.90 – prepared with red wine and served with truffle mash is one of a killer dish that gives you the little satisfaction. Eat it one bite with soft pork cheeks and the nice truffle taste of mash with berry at the side and a bit dip of their brown pepper sauce do give you a explosion of flavour in your mouth.

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with a little infuse of local taste, Oink Oink Samble is quite interesting too as you will get the little thick creamy coated flavour on the spaghetti yet a hint of sambal spicy after taste is quite noteble. Nice combination of flavour. @ RM 29.90 –  You will find some Pork Slices in it too.

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For a direct hit into your mouth especially when you have beer, then Mission Chilli A-con-Plished (Pork) with an option for Chicken too. @ RM 26.90 – Mexican inspired pizza, pork chilli, pickeld onion and topped with crushed nachos. Its one of the simplest and tasty food. Love the thin crust too.

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Something simple yet flavourful is this Taco About It RM 22.90. Simple food and pair with their Hendrinks or beer, is just the right way to go for this dish.

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Beer Marinated Pork Ribs @ RM 53.90 – marinated in 8 hours beer and other secret ingredients. Love the marination flavour and however the meat might be slightly tough but it is still acceptable. Squeezing the lime on top enhance the marinated seasoning on the top.

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Pan Grilled Beef Tenderloin @ RM 55.90 – 8oz of juicy beef, filled with chunky truffle mash potato, grilled egg plant, sauteed green bean, onion rings, fusion black pepper sauce. Ordered my in Medium rare and turns out to be good as love my meat with a little ooze of blood when cut on it. Dip into their mash and special sauce is indeed a great one. Red wine or their new Hendricks classic is a good pairing.

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If you love some home cooking stew, then this 8th Hour Stew – Cooked with love and mixed with enoki mushrooms, quial eegs and side of rice @ RM 28.90 will satisfy our home cook taste bud. Gravy is slightly creamier as per compare to last round I had.

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The name Karate Piggy Chop is indeed give you a karate in your palate. @ RM 44.90 – Grilled pork chop on the bone that marinated with fresh herbs, rub with old fashion potato. Like how the marination on top and it is not easy to cook this pork meat yet they have done it perfectly. A little pink on the meat that did not overcook it yet the seasoning on the top is not overpowering. Pairs well. – Recommended

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Tiramissyou @ RM 24.90

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Creme Brulee @ RM 18.90. A classic dessert where the burnt sugar on the top crack easily and the egg white taste is a little prominent but blends well with it.

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With the owner of the restaurant is not a alcohol drinker and he had been introduce by one of his friend to try Hendriks Gin. Since the first try he had fell in love with this drink and he and his mixologist had created a mini series of Hendricks Code (Eight Avenue Specialty) is their new specialty. We started off by trying Cucumber Spritz @ RM 45.90. A classic drink on how Hendrinks should be first tested.

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The Eighth Avenue Next is indeed the Boss’s Favourite o r his own signature. Pump with lemon, mint, pomegranate seeds and top with slices of cucumber ribbon. With the little enhancement, it do chage the drink to a little fruity and a hint of sourness from pomegranate. Great drink! @ RM

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About Thyme is a drink where it is to challenge on your palate. You get to taste a roller coaster journey from 5 spice, thyme and soda water. @ RM 45.90

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This is definitely going to be girls favourite. Berry Kiss (coming soon). Filled with some blueberries, lemon and soda. So easy to drink.

Their Hendricks cocktail are slightly stronger in alcohol which I like. 

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The Eighth Avenue cocktail menu, this was introduce to us as Blue Ivy from Flirtatious 20 handcrafted premium cocktails where this is also a girls drink. Slightly creamy, milky and you do not feel the alcoholic level, but the after taste is quite prominent. @ RM 30.90
*NON-HALAL

Location:

The Eighth Avenue Restaurant
D2-G3-03, Solaris Dutamas
Kuala Lumpur 50580
Tel: +60 12 407 7045

Business Hour: Mon- Sun (12pm-12am)

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theeighthavenuekl
Website: http://theeighthavenue.my/

Fahrenheit 600 and a few other eateries in Publika is one of the longest standing outlet to be in this area, as I remember they were one of the first few to start operate in this block. Since then, this outlet is gaining its popularity over their pizza and some other Italian cuisine that they are offering, with that they have expended a coffee section too.

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I have visited this outlet numerous times over the years as their quality and pricing is there.

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fahrenheit 600 stands for their oven temperature and also found out that this outlet concept is inspired from US.

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This is their Coffee section with some cakes available too.

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Menu are pretty direct, ranging from All day Breakfast (which is a great bargain with their gigantic portion), signature pizza and pasta is pretty good too.

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Tried their Wood Fired @ RM 23.90 – wood fired roasted of pumpkins, smoked duck, on the bed of in house garlic brioche, topped with 2 poached egg.Sprinkled with feta cheeze, and drizzled with balsamic reduction. Indeed its a hearty breakfast to hit off with. Simple, and spot on.

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This portion I consider very generous as at the price of RM 24.90 with a serving that can be shared by 2 is their I Love NY. Oven Baked homemade chicken sausage, baked beans in tomato sauce, beef bacon, sauteed mushroom&  oven baked eggs  & Roasted sweet potatoes.

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Their Calzone is another pretty well know item in this restaurant as we try out Spinach Ham @ RM 20.90 – Turkey Ham, Spinach, Caramelize Onions, cream cheeze & Cheese.

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Love their latte too as it is a pretty strong coffee with tasting notes behind, where they do change their blend every now and then. It seems a lil robust to me where it is quite acceptable with a hint of acidity. Its a Brazilian and Mexican bean mix.

Somtimes when I am out of choices to eat and cravings for pizza, this is one of a place that I would turn to.

Recommended range: Any of their pizza & spaghetti (their new brunch menu is pretty good too)

*Pork Free

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 , one of a better kopitiam food for lunch! -Stamped-

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

Fahrenheit 600

Solaris Dutamas
1 Jalan Dutamas 1
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+6 03 6206 3417
(Just off the main square of Publika, below the Red Bean Bag, across from Ben’s.)

 

In Publika, there is one hidden shop that serve pretty good food is this Senya Family Izakaya at Publika, Solaris Dutamas. One of the places that many diners will head back for their service and food quality

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The whole ambiance will transport you back to Japan where it is nicely design out from their grill station, seating area and towards their bar.

 

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Place your order thru their mobile menu.

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Best of all they have Suntory Premium Beer in draft which is one of my favourite. Their Sushi Cola is also another drink you would not want to miss that gives you a good refreshing kick.

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Everything in here is pretty decent as I have come here a few times. Worth to give it a try. If you come on weekend, do prepare to wait for seating as it can be a bit crazy .

*NON-HALAL

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 , still great stuff! -Stamped-

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

Location:
Senya Family Izakaya
D5-G3-5,
Publika Solaris Dutamas,
No.1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: +603-6205 4999
Facebook: fb.com/senya.solaris.dutamas

Business Hours:
Mon: 5:30pm – 12:00am
Tues – Sat: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 12:00am
Sun: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 5:00pm – 11:00pm

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