Wangsa Walk Mall offers yet another new eatery at its newly-added rows of shops located in front of the main entrance.
U Cafe offers a combination of Asian and Western food.
It’s a cozy place to chill and this two-floor eatery has a nice black and white artsy decor.
You’ll realize they really do pay attention to the details… including the design of their menu.
This is chicken maryland. Come during their lunch hour (on weekdays) and this will cost you around RM14 with a drink.
For something more simple, this is their tuna sandwich. \
Something even more simple… their chicken club sandwich.
There are many other items to try, including local food like Mee Curry.
INFO: U Cafe, Wangsa Walk Mall (GL-08), Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur 53300, Malaysia
Ampang Park may not be a hip place to hangout.
As one of the first shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur, it may not be KLCC or Pavilion standard.
However, they do have one of the best western restaurant around.
Cozy Corner has been one of my favourite place to eat ever since I was a kid and even when I moved overseas, the first place I want to dine when I’m back home for holidays is Cozy Corner.
Located on the first floor of Ampang Park, don’t get confused with Cozy House which is on the other side of the same row (plus, Cozy House is also at Great Eastern Mall).
Cozy Corner’s specialty is Western food, but Asian food is available as well.
For Western, I highly recommend their Spaghetti Bolognese, their steaks and Hainan Chicken Chop.
For Asian, try their Kuey Teow Kung Fu. That’s my mum’s fave!
For some with spices, try their Bombay Chicken with rice.
Go ahead, if you’re ever around Ampang, do drop by this place.
Try to avoid lunch hour on weekdays unless you’re willing to wait.
INFO: Cozy Corner, Lot 266-271, 1st Floor
Ampang Park Shopping Centre