Been a while since I’ve been to Danga Bay and notice it’s so different now. The last time I went is almost past a year. The Festive Mall Street is one of my favorite place to hang out since it’s located near seaside and there have a variety choices of restaurant.

Well, since me & my click on our way back to KL from Singapore for the Standard Charted Bank Event @ Mandarin Oriental, we had our late lunch at De Cowboy Danga Bay. I and my friend were checking out makan places, we stumbled upon this cafe and thought it’s a good idea to try it out.

Opened by a local Chinese owner with cooks from Vietnam as well as local Malays, they do offered quite lot of varieties, not forgetting there’s a lot of folks patronizing it too.

The Menu.

Nasi Lemak with Chicken @ RM4.50.
The sambal not too spicy. The chicken portion huge, the meat was tender and the skin so crispy.

Mamak Fried Mee @ RM4.90.
The fried mee is just ordinary but not too dry.

Hazelnut Cappuccino @ RM2.90.
The aroma of cocoa and hazelnut taste mix well into the perfection.

Teh Tarik @ RM1.50.
For small cup of teh tarik that will cost you RM1.50 a little bit expensive. Just ordinary teh tarik.

Iced Cikong @ RM3.50.
One of my favorite since you can eat a variety of fruits and fungus. The syrup that mix with black jelly too.

Sirap Bandung @ RM1.50.
Sirap bandung mix with black jelly.

Sirap Ice @ RM1.50.
Just ordinary.

Overall I will vote:
6/10 for the service. Super slow even though less customer.
8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. Huge and price reasonable.
7/10 for the environment. Cosy interior.

De’ Cowboy cafe is located at – Unit 25, Festive Street Mall, Danga Bay.

De’ Cowboy Cafe,
Unit 25, Festive Street Mall,
Danga Bay, Johor.

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!