Monday, January 5, 2015

MINAMOTONOYA CAFÉ Sri Petaling Glass City Café Western Fusion Food Review By Best Restaurant


There is a little new cafe in Sri Petaling that was opened recently. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited for a food review which is MINAMOTONOYA CAFÉ located at C3, Jalan Radin Anum 1, Glass City, Bandar Sri Petaling Kuala Lumpur (new address No. 37-1 Jalan Radin Anum Satu Bandar Baru Sri Petaling 57000 Kuala Lumpur).

MINAMOTONOYA CAFÉ has a Japanese inspired theme that serves Western Japanese fusion food. The décor is one which is loaded with cute cartoon character.

It has a minimalist and simple decor setting which makes it a little cozy hang-out place to chill out with friends. Moreover its' pricing of the food are affordable especially its’ set lunches.

The food review started out with the BACON EGG SANDWICHES. The in-house made bacon was perfectly paired to the deep fried egg and the in-house made ciabatta bread.

With a generous spread of mayonnaise and topped with fresh green lettuce, it not only looks nice but tasted equally delicious.

The next dish was the WAFU SHIMEJI MUSHROOM AGLIO OLIO, it is a lightly onion flavoured aglio olio with a generous sprinkle of bonito flakes which was still curling when served to us.

The shimeji mushroom emits a special fragrant which blended well with the sauce and the flakes together with the crunch of the fresh cherry tomatoes.

Next, we had the SPAGHETTI TERIYAKI, the chicken thigh were marinated and fried with the teriyaki sauce. 

The taste was very balance with the delicious tasting chicken meat and the mushroom enhanced sauce. 

The final main dish we tried was the SPAGHETTI SERVED WITH FRIED CHEESE PORK CHOP.

The pork chop were thinly sliced, roll up and batter up with bread crumb. Fried to a golden crisp and spread with a layer of cheese. Simply delicious and goes well with the spaghetti.

Next, is the dessert which we had two, the first of which is the TOFU CHEESE CAKE, a no bake cheese cake blended with white tofu and served on top of a layer of bread crumb.

This dessert goes well with a cup of the Mocha Latte.

Our final dessert was the MIZU SHINGEN MOCHI, a super cute transparent grass jelly mochi that was served with soya bean paste and a topping of brown sugar syrup.

So, the next time you are around the Sri Petaling area, head over to MINAMOTONOYA CAFÉ to try out the fusion western food with a twist of Japanese flavours.

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