We’ve been wanting to try this new dim sum place near our house. We pass by quite a few times and it does somewhat look promising from the outside. But first, a bit of history about the shop. It was once a Japanese restaurant specialises in ramen and yakitori….until they closed down and then came along this family run dim sum restaurant.
So another cafe had just popped up in Cheras (yay!)! Of course we have to pop by right? 😉
It’s been a while since we’ve been here! And I must say, the food choices have definitely increased (AND improved) drastically! Continue reading
Mochu Locco Zakka Cafe…interesting name ain’t it? This is a really charming lifestyle cafe located at Taman Bukit Segar, Cheras. It is truly different from the other cafes I’ve visited. Continue reading
I reckon that everyone should have at least one dim sum day on each weekend. Bring your family out, order a pot of thirst quenching Chinese tea (my personal favourite will definitely be tie guanyin) and just let the dim sum come to you! You might probably end up with a table full of dim sum like me and that’s exactly what makes it that much fun. You get to try everything and share it with your family~
There are many dim sum restaurants around Cheras and today we went to this one. We’ve been here before but that was like almost 3 years ago..and as I remembered their dim sum is rather decent.
The peeps in Sushi Mentai have been really busy franchising all around the nation to satisfy us sushi fanatics. So happy they have included Cheras into their list~
Introducing the first and only pottery making studio and cafe in Cheras! Yes I am proud of that~ I have tried their food and I enjoyed it despite some of my comments below.
But I hope that I would get to experience pottery making some time soon. I don’t mind getting my hands dirty to create something beautiful, especially when now it’s so close to home. 😉
Anyways, here is my POV from my first and second visit.
*POV : point of view