Monday, November 13, 2006


There’s a new kid in town among the restaurant and café crowd. The place is tucked away in the far corner of the new shop houses near Pertanak Market. It’s at the opposite end of Kaya & Toast. Look carefully at the signboard because the name is not the prominent feature of the signboard. In fact, the colour black is the main character of the signboard.

cosy place

nice and airy

They specialized in Hong Kong style food and beverages like ramen (instant noodle), porridge, snow ice, sweet desserts, ice fruits and also some local delights like nasi lemak and chicken rendang.

drinks to soothe you down

chicken rendang

ramen mee

chicken masala with toast

Environment wise, the place is airy and decorated with simple stools and tables to makes one self feel comfortable and wants to linger on for a while. What really stand out here are their ice fruits. It’s basically a fruit cut into half and all it's juicy part scoop out. It is filled back with your choice of tropical fruits like pineapple, watermelon, papaya and honeydew on top of a bed of ice and milk. It’s better if you got some one to share it with you because the serving is half of the real fruit it self.

honey dew platter

watermelon platter

Some of the other interesting items in the menu are only going to be available in December, thus making me to go back there again to try it out. All in all, it’s a good place to have a nice simple meal and chill out over a tall glass of orange tea with friends. Enjoy!


irenelim said...

the restaurant in kuching? lot of hong kong style restaurant now in KL. The fruits platter looks very nice. how much is the cost?

alexcjlau said...

Not expensive. It depends on the type of fruits you're ordering. It's around RM6.50 to RM 8.50 per platter

TiongWho said...

I think i will enjoy the ice fruit platter a lot....