Street café…

My girl went out for dinner with some colleagues of hers because one of them will be moving to a new school on promotion and they chose to go here that night.

This place has been around for a long time now since its soft opening on the 1st of December, 2020 but we had yet to go there to give it a try. For one thing, that was during the pandemic and other than that, perhaps it was because of its location – even though it’s pretty near my house, somehow or other, we seldom ventured into that corner. Besides, I do not get to see a lot of people sharing anything on it on my news feed on Facebook so at one time, I wasn’t exactly sure as to whether it was still open or not.

Anyway, my girl went and had a jolly good time and yes, she loved the food! They had this nam lu pork…

…and also this chicken chop…

My girl’s dipstick in gauging as to whether a café/restaurant is good or not is via their carbonara pasta – it should be just right, not too creamy till one feels jelak (cloy) after eating a bit of it. The one here…

…according to her, passed with flying colours.

They also had the pepperoni pizza…

…and some grissini (crispy breadsticks)…

…plus the smoked duck salad…

These were complimentary…

…from the people at the café/restaurant on the house. I believe they were fried croquettes but I’m not too sure about the filling. Gee!!!That sure was very sweet of them, don’t you think? My girl said they were very nice.

Needless to say, since my girl liked the food so much, we certainly would be making our way back there soon to see what other nice stuff they have on their menu.

X.STREET CAFE & DINE (2.304665, 111.845870)…

*Photo from their Facebook page*

…is located at No.2, Ground Floor, Jalan Pahlawan.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

4 thoughts on “Street café…”

  1. Looking at what your girl and her colleagues had, I think the food looks pretty good. Since Melissa enjoy and has good review about the food, I think it is high time for you to drop by and see for yourself.

    1. Yes, we’ll definitely pick this place the next time we have something to celebrate. Can see it is not cheap but if it’s as good as Melissa says, that’s worth it, value for money

  2. The nam lu pork seems like our version of nam yu pork that’s fried but not stewed/cooked in wok after.

    I don’t know what that was. My girl’s colleagues wanted that – looked more Chinese, kind of out of place in a western restaurant. Well, at least, they thought it was very nice – that’s most important.

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