Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes, despite it being open air!
We were having this discussion the other day on the ultimate test to see whether someone truly knows you or not: if they can buy you a plate of nasi campur that contains all the lauk you would’ve picked yourself, you’ve got yourself a soul mate!
Anyways, on a slightly unrelated note...for a less daunting nasi campur dining option, check out Restoran Che Mat Ayam Kampung!
At a glance, Fikcles fits right in with the current quirky café troupe with its adorably-painted façade and its coffee-scented interior. But scan through the menu and you’ll find this genius creation that sets this cosy café significantly apart:
How's everyone doing this 3-day weekend? Not only is it Meatless Monday (yayness!), it's also a public holiday (double the yayness!).
Mondays like these don't roll around that often, so we decided to celebrate with one of our favourite pancake recipes: Fluffy Pumpkin Pancake with Lemon Dill Yoghurt. Best had for breakfast and tea-time snacks =)
Cuisine : Indian (with a good range of vegetarian options!)
You know one of those restaurants where everything that arrives on your dinner table are perfect tens, no misses? Tasty Chapati is one of those rare gems for us, and is possibly our favourite place for soulful Indian dishes right now (we have had our iftar 3 times here within the span of 1.5 weeks, if that says anything).
Price Range : Mid-range Cuisine : All-day breakfast and coffee Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes
Chancing across this adorable-looking place online, we made a point to drive all the way to Sg Besi last night to give this place a try (we're gonna pretend we're totally unfazed by the alarming amount of petrol we tend to carelessly consume in the name of food).
Cuisine : Snacks and desserts (karipap is the specialty here)
Recommended For : Tea-time snack
Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes
Fancy having a karipap version of pineapple tarts? How about sweet durian custard stuffed into karipaps?
If you answered yes to the above, Kampong Kravers deserves a spot on your makan list! Specialising in the art of making karipaps, the unassuming cafe provides a wide selection of this staple Malaysian snack!
Price Range : Budget Cuisine : Japanese (Fast food) Recommended For : Casual meals Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes
The bright facade of Sukiya caught out attention and drew us in for dinner a few nights back; welcomed warmly by very Japanese-sounding staff, we stood at the self-service counter and had fond flashbacks of Yoshinoya!
On these road rage-plagued streets of KL, who wouldn't love their own private driver? Sitting in the back while he weaves through traffic on your behalf, catching a hundred winks or two before reaching your next destination, watching the beautiful city go by... Oh right, there's the whole 'it costs a bomb' thing.