Western Restaurants in Jalan Pjs 11 – 26 Restaurants
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Verdict: The Flying Noodles certainly scores point for its novelty, one will get a very instagrammable photo or video that earns LIKES from your followers! Flavors was decent but lack of something that really wowed us. I was attracted by their innovative brunch menu as well as special drinks with quirky and eye-catching presentation which I saw many patrons had them throughout our dinner.
A new venture by the guys behind award winning coffee place, CoffeeSociété
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 550 Reviews
It is a great drink for sweet tooth, best during scorching hot weather, and definitely good to take photos with. Can order for sharing, and it is quite a big glass with lots of ingredients like biscuits and popcorn in it.
Pork knuckles (RM85), Wurstelplatte (RM78), Apple Strudel (RM22), Knoblauchwurst (RM38), Cold Platter (RM82), Sausage platter (RM78), Oven-roasted Crispy Pork Knuckle (RM85), Cheese Spatzel (RM 34), Smoked Bacon (RM44), Ham pizza (RM 32), Bavarian vanilla cream (RM12), Vanilla Cream with pumpkin seed oil and almond flakes (RM 16),
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 327 Reviews
We ended the meal with some rather nice desserts in the form of the Sweet & Savoury Duo as well as the Apfelstrudel (Apple Strudel). The taste is really unique to me, bitter and sweet from the chocolate, with a slight saltiness coming from the crispy bacon.
The Lancelot Semi Brunch Buffet is priced at RM268++ (with juice) per pax or RM368++ (with wine). There’s also the more affordable brunch sets at RM88++ or lunch sets at RM68++. There’s always the regular a la carte menu too. I appreciate what Lancelot tries to bring to our palates. It’s certainly a place to check out for a treat!