Stumbled across this restaurant during a lunch date with my girl friends. :)
This quirkily named cafe is hidden up on the 4th floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre new wing - pretty much right next to the children's roller skating rink:
I loved the ambience there. :) It felt very comfortable, light and airy as there was loads of natural lighting flooding into the dining area:
There is also a cosy al fresco dining area on the adjoining balcony:
There is a good selection of interesting fusion and Asian food on the menu. We tried quite a few things that day so I'll try to keep the descriptions short and sweet.
1) Pink Lemonade and Lime & Lemongrass Fizz (RM 8 each):
Yum. Refreshing. :)
The Pink Lemonade had a dash of fresh strawberries - warning: It's a bit sour,... you may want to ask for some sugar water to add in. I liked it though.
As for the Lime & Lemongrass Fizz, it had some Ginger Beer in it, which made it a complex yet refreshing drink.
(Will definitely order this again)
2) Chicken Chop (RM 17):
A sort of tweaked Hainanese Chicken Chop - Nice. Wouldn't mind ordering this again if I feel like something meaty and savoury. :)
(Nina said it was a bit too salty though... but I guess everyone's palate is different)
3) Aglio Olio Soba with Grilled Prawns (RM 17):
The Soba was kinda limp if you were to compare to al dente spaghetti... but it was an interesting change. The garlicky sauce, chili flakes and grilled prawns made it a tasty, appetising meal.
4) Healthy Fried Fish (RM 18):
Nice! Pieces of juicy fish coated in a crispy cheesy batter.
(Hmmmm, am not sure if it's really so healthy tho. Haha...)
5) Lamb stew (RM 19):
Not bad - Savoury stew with chunky (fairly tender) lamb and vegetables served with rice.
5) For dessert, we tried the Elvis Presley sandwich (RM 8):
Simple but nice - deep fried bread, sliced bananas and peanut butter, doused in chocolate sauce. :) :) :)
Actually, to be brutally honest, I found that the bread was got a little starchy... It was like sneaky starchy - Light and crispy at first then it got a bit goopy and sticky after a few chews....
(Still, I would definitely order this again)
6) Adorable white chocolate packs (RM6.50):
Saw these on the way out - didn't try it so I can't say if it tastes nice, but gosh! they are so adorable.... :)
(There was also a selection of freshly made cookies and other baked goodies for you to chose from)
So, it's: Wonderfully whimsical ambience (love it!), good selection of interesting fusion/ Asian food, friendly service, ok prices BUT strange opening hours (only 11am to 7pm - they do not open for dinner unless it's a special arrangement*)
* Feedback by the nice manager-ess/ boss lady is that not many people seem to know that they're up there next to the kid's skating rink (even after 7 months) so it's just too quiet and they cannot justify staying open for dinner - hopefully this will change in time.
Stuff Your Face Cafe @ Bangsar Shopping Center (BSC), KL
Ambience : 8
Service : 6
Price** : RM 35/++ per person
Parking: OK but Quite Pricey (It's BSC lah)
** Approximation - 3 course meal, excluding drinks
Telephone No.: 603 - 2287 3070
Opening Hours: 11am - 7pm
NO PORK SERVED
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