Meltz offers a diverse menu with Marlon Brando casting his watchful gaze on patrons here.


For the Carnivores

The Carnivore Hot Dog (RM18), with an 8-inch, 120-gram sausage, half-beef, half-chicken, soaked in beef & cheese sauce with turkey bacon, served with optional onion rings. While hot dogs are generally known to be a guilty pleasure, everything from the meat to the bun on this plate tasted over-processed, evoking more guilt than pleasure.

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Chocolate & Butterscotch Fondue

Meltz’s ‘fondue’ (RM29) misses the mark too – the chocolate sauce is cloying, the butterscotch sauce seems strangely sourish, the fruits prove listless & the marshmallows & brownies feel like empty calories.

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The Waffogato

Props to Meltz for doing some things differently nevertheless – the Waffogato (RM17) is an intriguing cross between a waffle & an affogato, though it scores primarily for novelty value. Note: Our visits to both Meteora & Meltz were several months back, so the menus & prices here might have matured since then.

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Fruit Smoothies

Kiwi fruit smoothies (RM8) & coffee, maybe not the main reasons to make it to Meltz. Again, this is a place we wish we could be more enthusiastic about – it’s another welcoming cafe that’s eager to please, & we would have liked to endorse its offerings.

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Location and Contact Details:


Tuesday-Sunday, 12pm-1130pm

Tel: 6013 207 6013

Open Tuesday-Sunday, 12pm-1130pm

Find: Contact details and map for Meltz here.