This newly opened restaurant (probably just a month or so)serves home cooked Eurasian food. If you are craving for some traditional Melaka Portuguese dishes, just pop by this little joint. Minimal decor, simple menu, and a small space…just like a comfy neighbourhood cafe. What’s more importantly that the food didn’t disappoint at all! The definition of the restaurant’s name.
And to go with this, ask for their house sambal belacan (picture below) reminds me of how my granny used to make them. Yummy.
For all the dishes, ala carte would be priced at RM13 and the set meal is at RM15.80 (served with their house special vegetables and rice)the cucumber acar was quite nice, but it could be better if was a little bit sweeter.
Sambal captain (dry styled sambal chicken) : I felt that they should make sure when they scoop the portion out, avoid the chili oil. As you can see, it looks really oily. First impression matters! However, the taste was perfect! The right balance of different spices and it was very flavourful. When you start eating it with your rice, you just can’t stop.
Baked otak-otak : this was so good! Another winner dish from this place! I couldn’t stop eating this with my rice. Finally a place that serves good otak. This style is slightly different from the Muar otak. A must try!
We didn’t get the chance to order the cincalok omelette and try the desserts this time but we will definitely go back for more home cooked food. My dad would definitely love this place.
All the mains are meant for one person. Big eaters should order more that. Haha.
Prices here are nett. It’s a pork free place. So yay to all that!
Catering is available for private functions. Call or visit them to find out more!
Hurry ,check them out soon!
Opening hours : 11.30am-9.30pm (Closed on Sundays)
Address : 21, Lorong Setiabistari 2, Damansara Heights, 50490, KL.
Contact : 0126511182 (Rueben)