November 19th, 2020
Category: Kota Damansara
This winningly cheerful restaurant lives up to its promise of a 'new way to eat bakso,' bringing lovers of Indonesian beef balls on a cross-continental culinary incline into Italy, a spin through Sweden and a trek of Thailand - luckily, each detour is delicious.
Duck bacon strips accompanied by Harry Potter-inspired butterbeer? For an all-day-brunch menu that takes out-of-the-blue detours into red-hot new territory, it may be worth travelling to TBF, The Beer Factory's revamped outpost in Kota Damansara.
Mad about murals? You might go ga-ga over the walls at Kota Damansara's new Crazy Kopitiam.
Hitting the sweet spot as the work week winds up, here's a brief glimpse at Coffeels Coffee Kitchen, another friendly hangout in Kota Damansara.
This week's newest cafe attraction: Ahmad & Co, a curiosity-provoking establishment that traffics in both caffeine & cigars on one of Kota Damansara's roads less travelled.
Cross-Legged Cafe now closed. Returning to Cross-Legged, a cafe where things have gotten discernibly fishier
Here's a look at Kota Damansara, where Bert's Jr Burgers, a business originally from my hometown of Malacca, opened