AFN Recommends MY: Top 5 Eats to Order in May

AFN Recommends MY: Top 5 Eats to Order in May

Even though Malaysia is back under lockdown with the recent implementation of MCO 3.0, that doesn’t mean you have to stop feasting on delicious food from the comforts of your own home.

These 5 eateries in KL are making sure you get to satisfy your foodie cravings this May.

95 Degrés Art Cafe

Avocado Mash. Photo: 95 Degrés Art Cafe

Located in the popular SS15 retail hub in Subang Jaya, 95 Degrés Art Cafe is an Australian-inspired brunch cafe that brings the freshest produce to the table. Along with great service, the cafe’s extensive menu will leave you wanting to come back.

Dig your forks into their all-day brunches like the Avocado Mash (RM25), Shakshuka (RM22) or the Big Breakkie (RM30) with classic staples like eggs, sausages, sauteed mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, salad greens, chicken strips and toasted homemade sourdough bread. Main entrees such as Black Truffle Carbonara (RM25), 6oz Aussie Beef Patty Burger (RM30) or the vegetarian Spicy Creamy Pomodoro Pasta (RM15) are available as well.

For the lockdown, they have created special mealboxes priced at only RM14.90 each: choose from options such as Salted Egg Yolk Buttermilk Chicken Rice, Lamb & Spring Onion Stir Fried Pasta and Croissant Tuna Sandwich for a meal to satisfy your tummy and taste buds. Beverages start from RM9 so let’s not forget to order a cup of coffee on the side – available on major online delivery platforms.

 

Location

1st Floor, 112, Jalan SS15/4B, SS 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

 

Related: AFN Recommends PH: Top 5 Eats in May

Common Man Coffee Roasters

Brunch Menu. Photo: Common Man Coffee Roasters

Common Man Coffee Roasters has created a mark for themselves in the local cafe scene in KL, and rightfully so. With its tasteful yet cozy interior and delicious food with top-notch coffee to boot, it’s no question why this cafe often has a waiting list during its peak hours, especially on weekends.

Brunch at home with the Croissant Croque Monsieur (RM29), Turkish Common Man Breakfast (RM39) with phyllo-wrapped soft-boiled free-range egg, crispy feta cheese, fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, chives and hummus with pita bread drizzled with honey. The CMCR Club (RM38) is a beautiful stack of double smoked beef brisket, folded organic duck egg, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and house-made BBQ sauce on artisanal wholemeal sourdough toast, served with a side of herbed fries.

They also pride themselves for their selection of desserts such as Flourless Valrhona Chocolate Cake (RM17), Sweet Potato Carrot Cake (RM18) and their own signature take on KL Churros (RM23) with coconut flakes, gula melaka caramel, walnut crumble, chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. All of this won’t be complete without their delicious, quality signature coffees, starting from RM10.

 

Location

Plaza Vads, A-G-1 New Podium, 1, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, 60000 KL

 

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Village Park Restaurant

Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng. Photo: @ipohmotormouth

If Nasi Lemak is what you’re craving for, look no further than the famous Village Park Restaurant, which has become synonymous with what a lot of people claim to be the best Nasi Lemak in town.

Available on major delivery platforms, order your piping hot plate of Nasi Lemak with their special Ayam Goreng (RM11.13) to truly get the foodie experience you deserve, along with the usual suspects of peanuts, fried anchovies, sliced cucumbers, boiled egg and spicy sweet sambal on the side to complete the dish. If you’re not looking for Ayam Goreng, you can switch to Nasi Lemak Daging (RM10.60), Nasi Lemak Ayam Rendang (RM10.39) or Nasi Lemak Kerang (RM10.60) too.

But if you think Village Park is a one-hit wonder, think again – this restaurant has more than meets the eye. Feast on Singapore Mee Rebus (RM8.69), Soto Ayam (RM8.69) or Lontong (RM7.42) for a local culinary experience that will leave you craving for more.

 

Location

No. 5, Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya

 

Oh Cha Matcha

Matcha Drinks and Cheesecakes. Photo: Oh Cha Matcha

Look no further, for you have found your perfect Matcha – introducing Oh Cha Matcha (OCMC), one of KL’s frontrunning matcha cafes. Guilt-free, sugar-free and dairy-free, OCMC can cater to anyone and everyone, without sacrificing flavor. By default, they serve all their drinks with soy milk and stevia, but you can choose to switch this out with unsweetened soy, almond, cashew, oat, coconut, or fresh cow’s milk upon request.

Apart from their original Iced Ceremonial Matcha drink (RM12), their menu consists of specialty drinks with funky flavor combinations such as Strawberry Matcha (RM18), Iced Kalamansi Sour Plum Matcha (RM13), Iced Mango Matcha (RM14), Iced Collagen Watermelon Matcha (RM19) and the colorful three-tiered Iced Collagen Beetroot, Spirulina, Matcha (RM19).

It doesn’t stop there – treat yourself to their selection of cakes: choose from original burnt cheesecake (RM13), matcha burnt cheesecake (RM13), hojicha burnt cheesecake (RM16) and chocolate ganache cake (RM13).

 

Location

130, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 KL

 

Related: 10 Sweet and Savory Pastry Recipes to Make at Home

spargoeats

Green Curry Chicken. Photo: @3_asiancooks

With the aim to connect people to real food, spargoeats does Muslim-friendly farm to fork food delivery in the best way possible. Pick from one of their fan favorites: Salted Egg Chicken (RM16.90), Miso Hungry Pasta with smoked duck (RM20.50) or Phuture Pad Kra Pow (RM23.50) with freshly harvested FutureX Farm lettuce mix.

That’s not all, their warm bowls are all made from scratch with hearty, roasted, warm ingredients to give you the best dining experience from home. Choose from Tandoori Shrimps (RM23.90), Chicken Cauli-Rice Bowl (RM19.90), The Earth Bowl (RM21.90) and Shoyu Saba (RM24.90). For a little something extra to share (or not), try their locally sourced Herbed Focaccia (RM4.90), Phuture Daging Balls (RM13.90) which are vegan, plant-based meatballs served with homemade marinara sauce, or Roasted Curry Cauliflower (RM7.90).

Wash it all down with their all natural refreshing juices: take your pick from lemongrass (RM3.90), passionfruit (RM6.90), chia seed roselle (RM6.90) and soursop (RM6.90), just to name a few.

They’re also offering free delivery throughout MCO!

 

Location

Delivery from Sunway FutureX Duplex, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya

 

Read the article in Bahasa Melayu: AFN Recommends MY: 5 Tempat Makan Untuk Mencuba Bulan Mei Ini

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