Saturday, January 3, 2015

Minamotonoya Cafe @ Sri Petaling (Non halal)


The new kids on the block of Glass City at Sri Petaling, would be the Minamotonoya Cafe. This is a small cosy cafe serving fusion Japanese cuisine. But what makes this cafe really special would be the Mizu Shingen Mochi aka Water Cake which cooking up a storm in Japan. If you wanna get a taste of this unique desserts make your way to Minamotonoya Cafe now as they are the 1st in Malaysia to offer this.

Started my lunch with Green Tea Latte RM7.90
A tad milky for my preference. 
Cafe Latte RM7.90 

Bacon Egg Sandwiches RM10.90
Decent bacon served with ciabatta bun all is homemade from scratch. 

Wafu Shimeji Mushroom Aglio-Oglio RM10.90
Wafu means 'Japanese Style' 
Al dente pasta comes with generous serving of mushroom.

Teriyaki Chicken Spaghetti RM13.90
Perfectly cooked teriyaki chicken, this is slight wet version.

Spaghetti Cheese Pork Chop RM15.90
The pipping hot pork chop with oozing cheese really rocks. 

Tofu Cheese Cake RM9.90

Smooth and creamy, rich in tofu taste.
A little too rich for my taste.

Mizu Shingen Mochi RM6.90
Served with the soybean powder and brown sugar syrup.
Must try and make sure you take lots of pic! 😜

This is seriously cute so let me take a selfie first. Sticky with soft jelly texture, apparently it's tasteless, so make sure you eat with the soybean powder and syrup.
Check out my video here

Group pic of all the foodies😍

Ending this with my #ootd in front of the Minamotonoya Cafe.

Price : 6/10 
Foods : 6/10 (Personally I'm not a fan of spaghetti)
Ambiance : 6/10(Choose to sit in middle section as it can get kinda warm in the afternoon)

Minamotonoya Cafe
C3, Glass City, Jalan Radin Anum 1,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 016-6212730

Mon 11am - 10pm
Wed-Sun 11am - 10pm

25 comments:

  1. For such a cute place, your rating was pretty low. May I know why? Aside from the Green Tea Latte, you seemed to like everything just fine.

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    1. I'm not really a spaghetti person, moreover I find the foods taste average thus my rating.

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  2. Kuala Lumpur? Wow. Well I guess that is pretty far. Good food though as it seems delicious on the pics.

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  3. Seeing your photos of all the food and drink you share, looks all good and you haven't mentioned any not so good thing about it, any reason why you haven't give a perfect score? or you have a high expectations?

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    1. Yes, perhaps my expectations is high. LOL

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  4. The mochi is so cute, a bunny right? And so the tofu cheesecake tasted like tofu for you? That's kinda weird. The tofu cheesecake we have here still taste like cheesecake, just that the texture is so smooth it's like eating tofu.....

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  5. Well, I loved the food...all of it even though I haven't tasted yet. Really, a small place but with enticing food.

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  6. The food looks really good but your rating got everyone curious :) Is it not as good as you expected?

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    1. I find the foods average thus my rating. Presentation does rocks!

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  7. Why is your rate not that high? The Cafe might not meet on your standards, I guess. ^_^ I'm a fan of spaghetti but not so for Japanese desserts.

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    1. I find the foods average thus the rating. If you love spaghetti, you might just like it!

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  8. The Mochi looks so cute. The place looks cozy too. Their other food looks tasty too.

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  9. That Mizu Shingen Mochi looks so adorable! Wish there's a place here in Manila that offers that too. Anyhow, your post really made me crave for Japanese cafe staples. Will have to get my green tea latte and Japanese cake fix asap! :D

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  10. What exactly does non-halal mean? Does the restaurant have to announce it outside their door?

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    1. My country is a Muslim country, therefore if there's pork served in a restaurant, it's required to be highlighted being Non Halal or Pork Free.

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  11. This is near where i stayed. I shall try it out. The mochi is cute!

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  12. Mizu Shingen Mochi is cute... Wondering how's the taste? I think I'll like the tofu cheese cake, I love cheesey!~

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    1. Hi Kylie! I did describe it's taste in my post. :D

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  13. Hmm, tofu cheesecake, sounds interesting :-) I love all cheesecakes.

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  14. The food looks like home made and very satisfying... I'd like to check it out one day.

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  15. I want to try their Mizu Shingen Mochi, so cute

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  16. tofu cheesecake...hmm... really weird!
    spaghetti cheese pork chop looks delish!

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  17. The mochi is sooooo cute! I wanna take home that cat design plate!! I would really love to try that tofu cheesecake though, too bad you didn't like it.

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  18. Everything looks delicious . Especially the pasta and the sweets! I love them !

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  19. Would love to taste the green tea latte and the water cake! The dishes look delicious!

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