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Jalan Theatre Coffee Cafe @ Jalan Theatre, Ipoh

Salam,

Ipoh is well known for its white coffee. Whenever you come to Ipoh, I must say, you have to try the local coffee here. Nonetheless, this cafe perhaps, trying to take an advantage of what Ipoh has been infamous for.

Well, I have to say, they succeed. With good coffee as their main niche, I think they cannot go wrong. But what I like the most is that they are localising the international cuisine to suits our local taste such as their Sambal Pamelo Chicken Pasta. Most people already know that Ipoh is very famous for its Pamelo fruits.

Albeit I forgot to snap the photos of the coffee, let’s, first, read my verdict on this cafe before we go for the photos.

Food:- Well, even though they are focusing on coffee, I can say that the food here is nice. It is beyond my expectation. One interesting menu is Sambal Pamelo Chicken Pasta which I think is amazingggg. I like it because it had localised the Italian menu. Coffee here was nice too.

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Exclusive Breakfast @ Shook!! Cafe, JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur

Salam,

In my previous post, I already talk about my stay at JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur. You may refer here to read it. This time, I want to review the breakfast they serve here. As before, I get to review this because they give free breakfast for one person if we stay here as hotel guest. But if you want to add up person or eat there without being a hotel guest, RM 55 per person will be charge to you.

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Anyway, I think the food here is good yaww~And I was amazed by the variety of food they serve!! I wish I can try their Lunch and Dinner one day, huhu. It was worth for RM 55 of your penny, I presume.

Maybe I shall make some short list of the food they served here:

1) Pastries – Croissant, Muffins (4 flavours I think), Bread (Normal Bread, Oat, maybe more I’m not sure), etc.

2) Western – Sausage, Grilled Meat, Omelette, Scramble Egg, Baked Beans, etc.

3) Chinese – Wantan Mee, Lotus Pau, and some of it I not sure of the name.

4) Malay – Nasi Lemak (The sambal is sooo hot yaww~), some Kuih, Bacon Fried Rice (It’s Chicken Bakon for sure and I’m not sure whether this is Malay food or not,hehe), Fried Yellow Mee.

5) Indian – Various Roti Canai ie: Roti Pisang, Roti Telur, Roti Tisu, etc just like mamak stall. Got Chapatti, Tosai.

6) Arabian – Hummus (I just thought this maybe an Arabian food, but I’m not sure what it is. I’m reluctant to try it, huhu.)

7) Cereal – Got 6 different flavours I think.

8 ) Salad – I’m not trying this, because I don’t like it, but I just wow’ed at various vage you may choose. Also there are like 4 or more different cheese you may choose.

9) Fruits – So much choices, Pineapple, Watermelon, Apple, etc.

10) Dessert – Pancake, Waffle, etc.

11) Drinks – Hot: Coffee or Tea; Cold: there are like 12 various flavours of fruits juices.

Erm, I think that’s all I can remember for now. There are more for sure. I wonder what will they serve for Lunch and Dinner, there must a lot of food to choose. I think the food here is marvellous. Me like the food, maybe because there are a lot of choices they give and the treatment they give.

It feels good sometimes to eat at such an exclusive place. Maybe its a good place to treat your loved one here. There are also other restaurants available here. From what I see, there are Arabian food restaurant, Korean and Chinese food.

Anyway, I think this post will be fail without a picture as a prove for my words, so enjoy the food-toshot after the break. Just to warn you as usual, the amount of the picture is quite big, hope you can patiently wait for it to load.

DSC02772 The looks of the Restaurant.

Anyway, lets go one by one from what I take first, ok? First I tried the Western Breakfast, Omelette, Smoked Meat, Sausage and some Baked Beans. See the picture below.

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DSC02771 So this is what I take.

Next…still hungry for some rice (typical malay appetite~huhu), so found this. Continue reading

Kilang Roti Segar @ Manjong, Perak

or in English, Roti Segar Factory @ Manjong, Perak.

Salam,

Okay, this time its not really a restaurant actually but its a bread factory which have a small restaurant inside it. The main food is the freshly baked bread and various pastries made by the brand named Roti Segar. So, you just imagine yourself sitting down peacefully in the restaurant, having a cup of tea with a freshly baked from oven bread, it was amazing isn’t it? And by the way, this restaurant also serve various “bubur” like “Bubur kacang hitam”, “Bubur Jagung” and etc. I really recommend the Bubur.

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Actually this post is made after my trip to Teluk Batik, Perak. The restaurant is located just on the roadside of Ipoh-Lumut Highway. So when I was on the way back to Ipoh, I stop to the factory aka the restaurant. And I was intending to made a post about my trip to Teluk Batik, but maybe I was just not prepared yet to made this blog a travel blog. Maybe next time InsyaAllah.

My trip was a fun one, indeed. Among the good places that I go plus I was never get there before this, is the Malaysian Royal Naval Base Camp in Lumut, Perak. It was a fun trip, we had been brought to feel the life of the Navy on the warship and get to know how the warship looks like, the interior, function and so on.

Anyway, lets get straight to the point, maybe picture will do the better talk. Enjoy it after the break~ Continue reading

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