Entries Tagged 'Restaurant' ↓
April 6th, 2011 — Cafe, Coffee, Restaurant
Tags: Cafe, Coffee Chemistry Cafe, Kota Damansara, Malaysia, Sunway Giza
Coffee Chemistry Cafe at Cubic Platform, Sunway Giza in Kota Damansara has been receiving rave reviews and has garnered tons of visits from the public including celebrities since its opening.
Coffee Chemistry Cafe or CCC uses premium Graffeo beans and imported Farmhouse fresh milk.
Cafe Latte in Coffee Chemistry Cafe has a distinguished flavor due mostly to the premium coffee bean and fresh milk they use. The coffee art, however, does make the coffee more irresistible.
Mocha tasted just right as it was less sweet than the ordinary Mocha drink you find elsewhere.
Bacon & Onion Frittata
Bacon & Onion Frittata is the perfect appetizer — the dish is aromatic and scrumptious from the start to the finish.
Overall, Coffee Chemistry Cafe has fantastic coffee and great food — with artistic coffee art, affordable premium coffee with premium ingredients plus some good customer service and great spread of word, Coffee Chemistry Cafe is a great place to hang out.
January 15th, 2009 — Coffee, Restaurant
Tags: Black Canyon Coffee, Blackpuccino, Malaysia, Mexican Iced Coffee
Black Canyon Coffee, which is originated from Thailand serves pretty good food and is popular for its gourmet coffee. In Malaysia, it is available in Kuala Lumpur, Klang, Subang Jaya, Bandar Utama, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Penang, Kuantan.
Black Canyon Coffee’s Mexican Iced Coffee
Mexican Iced Coffee is delicious and doesn’t taste like shoes at all. The drink has a nutty soft taste and is also refreshing from the cooling ice and Kahlua Syrup. It is said that Mexican iced coffee is an excellent drink, especially after dinner as it aids digestion.
Black Canyon Coffee’s Blackpuccino
Blackpuccino is a frozen blended coffee topped with creamy milk. Blackpuccino is sweet and satiating, it’s like drinking iced coffee in the snow.
There are now more than 200 branches of Black Canyon Coffee in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Cambodia, Myanmar and even United Arab Emirates besides Thailand.
April 6th, 2008 — Coffee, Restaurant
Tags: Cappuccino, Delicious, G'day Iced Coffee, Malaysia
G’day Iced Coffee
Delicious does not only serve good pasta but it has very decent coffee.
Delicious’ Iced Cappuccino
G’day Iced Coffee sounds funny but the drink is better than it sounds — with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top of it, the drink sure doesn’t disappoint. The Iced Cappuccino somewhat does not have a distinguished taste from the G’day Iced Coffee. The cappuccino flavor is simply not there.
Anyways, at RM 9.90 each, both drinks are safe bet for a restaurant.
June 7th, 2007 — Coffee, Restaurant
Tags: Bongsen, Malaysia, Vietnamese
Bongsen is a French-Vietnamese restaurant located on Level 4 in Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This was a good place to try out not only the Vietnamese cuisine with French flavor but also the Vietnamese coffee!
Vietnamese Drip Coffee is one of its kind type of coffee. Like the name, the coffee is served with a small pot on the top that has coffee dripping down to a cup. Vietnamese Drip Coffee has an option of black or white. I chose the white coffee and despite having milk in it, the coffee tastes really strong and bitter even for a coffee lover like me. Overall, it’s pretty good.
Vietnamese Drip Coffee
While I had Vietnamese Drip Coffee, my friend ordered Vietnamese Coffee with Ice-cream as she preferred a cold drink. I believe the Vietnamese Coffee with Ice-cream is the same coffee as Vietnamese Drip Coffee except it is filled with lots of ice and ice-cream. As usual, the ice and ice-cream dilutes the aroma of the coffee.
Vietnamese Coffee with Ice-cream