Pokemon Cafe at Kuala Lumpur

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Hello Food Lovers! I went to Malaysia for a short trip recently. Like usual, I always visit a place which is unique for me. Unintentionally, I went to Mid Valley Mall in Malaysia. I went shopping in Aeon Department Store where they sold Japanese stuffs. When I queued for paying my stuffs, I recognized that the cashier was in the Pokemon Cafe! The place was small behind the Stationary side. You could see the cafe from the entrance.

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The cafe was just for 6 tables, each tables for 4 people. Quiet small corner. The good news is they sell both main course and dessert! The bad news is that they will close the cafe in the end of February 2017! So catch up before it ends =(

Here comes the foods!

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The menu

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My cute lunch

I ordered the Chicken Omelette Rice (namely Battle on Pikachu! Level-Up with Rare Candy) with Pikachu head as the Omurice. So cute and too good to be eaten ♥ I couldn’t help myself to not eating the Pikachu. The omeltte was like kue dadar (thin layer of egg to roll up the rice). Inside the Pikachu head was rice and chicken patty. The demi glace sauce was queit good with the smell of sweet BBQ sauce. The portion was quiet big for kids and enough for adults. The price was still affordable as comapred to any other kinds of similar character cafes in another country (see the Gudetama Cafe here ♥ ). The cute thing was they give candy besides the salad, related to the name of the dish.

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Battle on Pikachu! Level-up with Rare Candy (RM 34.90)

For the Pikachu Smiling Rice Omelette, the head of Pikachu was yellow rice and the ears were made from omelette and seaweed. They gave volcano croquette inside the salad. The taste was so-so, but I think kids might like it since the Pikachu head was quiet big and they like the croquette with tomato sauce.

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Pikachu Smiling Rice Omelette (RM 29.90)

For the drink, I ordered Pikachu Latte (Hot). Surprisingly, the latte was not as bitter as coffee, more creamy-like taste, and milky. Maybe it was made like that so that kids could like it. Can’t help with the smiling face of Pikachu on top of the latte!

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Hot Pikachu Latte (RM 16.90)

They also sell Pikachu Cheese Tart and Pikachu Pudding. Both of them are so cute ♥

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Pikachu Cheese Tart (RM 9.90) and Pikachu Pudding (RM 9.90)

They will give you Pokemon Angpao if you spend minimum RM 50!

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I got free Angpao

Overall, I love this cafe since the cute dishes and drinks tasted good and the price was quiet affordable. The place was cozy and not crowded. Besides, you can enjoy your coffee break after going shopping. I wish I could come to this place again.

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See you on my next trip ♥

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Pokemon Cafe Kuala Lumpur

Address: AEON 1st Floor, North Court, Mid Valley Megamall, KL

Opening Hours: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Mon-Sun)

Price  : RM 50+/person
WIFI  : NO

Lapis Lapis The Kitchen

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For food tasting and endorsement please contact to jessicasisy@gmail.com

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Hello foodies! Recently, I passed this cafe when I visited my friend’s house in Sunter. I remembered Lapis Lapis cake shop at Mal Kelapa Gading and I thought it was the same cake shop with the one in Sunter. I gathered some information from Zomato, knowing it was both cake shop and cafe. So, I just came by to see what is inside that two-story cafe.

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The cake shop was on the 1st floor and the cafe was on the 2nd floor. On 1st floor there were indoor area and small outdoor area where they also sell Lapis Cake at 1st floor.

1st floor (Source: @jakarta100bars)

The 2nd floor was same like the 1st floor, but it’s a little bit bigger than the 1st floor. When you visit this place, I suggest you to sit at 2nd floor. The nice modern wooden facade on the 2nd floor reminds me of a cozy coffee place in South Jakarta.

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2nd Floor

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2nd Floor Indoor

I also love the interior of the outdoor at the balcony and the place was quiet instagrammable. No wonder this place is often used for birthday celebration and bridal shower. The indoor area was quiet dark even in the afternoon. The place was not crowded and calm. I think I’m gonna like this place ♥

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2nd Floor Outdoor

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2nd Floor Outdoor

The price of the food and drinks were quiet affordable as compared to any other cafes around Sunter and Kelapa Gading. The portion was big enough to get your stomach full. We ordered both  Asian and Western Menus.

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My Lunch

Chicken cordon bleu was chosen for my main menu since I want to try their Western Menu. The battered chicken filled with beef ham and melted cheese. The size was half of the plate (quiet big for myself to finish it all)! The fettucini could be exchanged with french fries. The cream was poured on the chicken and fettucini. The overall taste was so-so, but I like the fettucini in my cordon bleu. What I like was the cream was not as thick as any other cream and not so creamy. Maybe some of you prefer to eat thicker cream.

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Chicken Cordon Bleu (60k)

Hainan Chicken Rice was quiet good although it was not as authentic as the one I usually eat. The rice was cooked with chicken stock. The chicken pieces was big! The soup was too salty for me, though. The garlic and ginger taste were not to strong. For me, the taste was so-so, despite of its big portion.

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Hainan Chicken Rice Set (45k)

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Hainan Chicken Rice Set (45k)

I also order one small portion of Captain Crunch Sushi. All kinds of sushi in Lapis Lapis are in 2 portions: small and large. The sushi consisted of salom, cream cheese, asparagus crabstick, and seaweed. There was no rice in the sushi. The salmon was sushi was fried, so that the outer past was so crunchy. The inside part was soft and the salmon was not fishy at all ♥ The taste of Captain Crunch was quiet good. One portion equals to 5 pieces of sushi.

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Captain Crunch Small (40k)

For the drink, I tried Lychee Twist Organic Tea (green tea-based). The taste was sweet enough even sugarless. The aroma of fresh lychee made me enjoy my lunch. Recommended for you who like fruity-aroma tea.

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Lychee Twist Organic Tea (35k)

Overall, I enjoyed my time in Lapis Lapis The Kitchen. The place was so cozy, not crowded, and calm. The food was quiet good with big portion. Affordable price with big portion. I recommend the place either for a casual lunch, dinner, or for a coffee break. I think the place is good for dating ♥ Happy Weekend!

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Lapislapis The Kitchen

Map of Lapislapis

Address: Jalan Danau Agung 2 No. 21-22, RT.13/RW.11, Sunter Agung, Tj. Priok, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14350
Price: IDR 100.000+/person

WIFI: YES

Gudetama Cafe by Izumi Curry Hong Kong – Cuteness Overload ♥

Hello all Foodies! This time I will share about my dining experience in Hong Kong. One of the famous cafe there was Gudetama Cafe by Izumi Curry. I ♥ Gudetama. So, I came far away from Jakarta – Mong Kok – Kwun Tong to meet the famous Japanese lazy egg mascot! After transforming into cute dim  sum at Dim Sum Icon, Gudetama finds its way to transform into Japanese udon and curry rice.

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Summary of my culinary diary in Gudetama Cafe Hong Kong

The craze over Gudetama continues in Hong Kong as Izumi Curry located at The One Shopping Mall on the Basement floor. If you are not aware, Gudetama is one of sanrio character that was created in year 2013. Think Gudetama table-top, chairs in the shape of egg shells, Gudetama cushions, mugs and food. Amazing!!!

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Gudetama Cafe by Izumi Curry

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Cute Chairs

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The interior

The place was fully decorated with Gudetama-theme and even the chairs are in egg shape. There are plushies at the seating area where customers could grab it and took photos with it. There is also Gudetama merchandise store next to the café that sells the miniatures of Gudetama and many more. We looked through the limited menu list and decided on our order.

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We decided on 3 sets which costs us additional HKD18 ~S$3.60 that comes with a drink (apple juice or orange juice) each. In case you are wondering the waiting time, the foods were served within 15 minutes, since it was not crowded and only 2 tables filled.

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On The Table

The foods are coming! The frowning lazy-sleepy face of Gudetama was present in almost every dish in the form of egg, be it hard boiled, half-boiled or scrambled. All of the set menus were so cute ♥♥♥

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Special Omelette Rice with Bacons and Sausage (HKD 99)

Looking from the appearance, the look of Gudetama was so irritating and too cute to be eaten! The stylist was so good and very photogenic. The aroma of curry was quiet good. However, the taste was so-so. Good looking, but not good to eat. The yellow rice wrapped in a pink, soft and non-crispy bacon, covered by the sunny egg. The sausage was standard, quiet crispy on the surface. The bacon was bad, tasteless. The curry was quiet good.

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Pork Fillet with Omelette Curry Rice (HKD 119)

The pork fillet was quiet crispy and dry. The rice was tasteless, but you can eat it with the tasty curry gravy. Not too bad, although it was not worth with the price.

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Hamburger Steak and Cheese Curry Rice (HKD 129)

Our favourite was the Hamburger Steak And Cheese Curry Rice with an irritated-looking Gudetama lying on top of the minced beef. The beef was tender and the cheese was yummy! Not too creamy, but blended well with the beef and curry rice.

The disappointing point was the juice was not fresh. We ordered the set menu with orange and apple juice. We thought they were fresh juice, but instead, they were instant juice! For me, the foods were overprice with low quality of ingredient, especially for the juice. Perhaps, we could get more of fresh juice and fresh ingredients.

Overall, the cafe had awesome interior design, especially the Gudetama stuffs. Really enjoying my lunch time there with my family. If you are a Gudetama lover, you wouldn’t want to miss this. I would not suggest you to have a delicious and affordable meal in this place.

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Let’s eat! More food posts on my Instagram account (IG posts and IG story)
You can visit my page on Pergikuliner :

Gudetama Café by Izumi Curry
YATA, LG/F, apm Millennium City 5, 418 Kwun Tong Road (Kwun Tong MTR Exit A2)
Opening Hours: 11am – 10.30pm (Mon-Sun)

Price  : HKD 99-200/person
WIFI  : YES


https://www.facebook.com/izumicurryhk
Google Maps

Direction:
YATA Gudetama cafe by Izumi Curry
YATA, LG/F, apm Millennium City 5, 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong
Direction: Exit A2 from Kwun Tong MTR Station.