Restaurants in Selangor @ Jalan Ss 15 – 165 Restaurants
CAFE ABOONG is serving softserve yogurt ice cream filled in a prosperity fish shaped waffle cone. Waffle is crispy on the outside, soft & chewy inside and stuffed with various options of fillings in the belly. Paired with a mixed fruit skewer chocolate fondue and drizzled with chocolate sauce. This is like eating a yogurt ice cream but in a bungeoppang (Korean name of a pastry similar to the Japanese fish-shaped pastry taiyaki), interesting and tasty!
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Frozen yogurt served in a fish-shaped open-jawed waffles, topped with chocolate fondue (chocolate covered mashmallow) and a piece of chocolate waffle.
Uncle Seng Fresh Own Made Noodles @ SS15 Subang Jaya is pretty good and worth a try.
mee is no good not delicious at all ..cloud, no service, the mee after taken u wouldnt feel will come again....
We are an espresso bar/café that endeavour to provide special spaces for people to dine, relax and unwind. We serve espresso based drinks, teas, sodas, cakes, pastas, steaks, pancake meals and Tryst specials.
Strategically located at the bustling town of SS15, TRYST cafe has been operating for many years. The secret to success in the competitive world of cafe business industries? It's Indomie!
Flat White Cafe, served by coffee junkies. Serving up Passion-brewed Coffee to pair with delicious All-day breakfast, Pasta and Sandwiches.
Flat White Cafe was the reason I became addicted to Mocha. Soooo good!
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Ate here before. Did not like the spicy burgers. Very disappointing. Service so so .. but staff friendly. May give it another chance simply because its a pork establishment.
We served European cuisine and blend with Japanese ingredients. The combinations are wild and full of surprises. It's something new so we hope you would like it..
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I first chanced upon this café when I saw it on the list of vulcanpost's "6 Weird Names of Actual Cafes in the Klang Valley". I'm not sure if the name was selected on purpose (with a cheeky double meaning *wink wink*) but I read (in the Star papers) that the owners explained that someone suggested "morning" and the café has a wooden interior...and that's how the name came to be. In fact, the cheeky names extend to their menu too (as you'll see later).