The cafe that just operation less than 5 month located at melati square offer you malay food. The food that they sell is just ordinary but worth if we view from taste and quantity. When they cook the food, you can smell the food from your seat.
I & my housemates went to the cafe after we went to night market.
This is what I and my Chris order. Pataya Fried Rice (Omelet Fried Rice) RM4.50. The fried rice little bit spicy and the omelet that they cook is very nice.
This is what Chooi Yee order Nasi Goreng Kampung that cost her RM3.50. The fried rice you can eat a lot of chicken meat since they put slice of chicken meat inside the fried rice.
As refreshment, Fresh Orange is mine that cost me at RM2.50. Honest to say I’m don’t like it because they didn’t use the reall orange & they use Sunkist.
This is refreshment for Chris, Cendol that cost him at RM2.50. Quite nice but just ordinary.
This is refreshment for Chooi Yee, Air Batu Campur that cost her at RM2.50. Just ordinary.
Overall I will vote: 8/10 for the service because the their service quite slow. 8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. 8/10 for the environment. Just ordinary decoration but I can feel like at home since they always switch on channel TV3 and Astro.
N 02″ 48. 774′ E 101″ 45. 717′
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!
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