Perfect place to relax after shopping - "Cafe Delhi Heights".
The place offers wide range of scrumptious dishes and drinks all under one roof from exotic cuisines to desi flavours.
The staff is very generous and courteous. You can even munch while ordering and waiting for your food
Yes!! They serve Bread sticks Basket with a house made lip smacking dip.
I orderedMix Sauce Penne Pasta
And one Delhi Burger
I had issues with my Burger, so they surprised me with a complimentary sweet dish - Fresh Banana Cream Pie
The music was good and the ambience was alluring enough.
The portion size was large enough to meet your hunger beats
The overall experience was good!!
Sometimes it happens. The unpredictable confluence of coincidence that puts you in the right place at the right time.
While lounging around at a friend's hotel suite, someone familiar to me appeared at the door without early warning with a black plastic bag in his hand. The first words came out from his mouth; "Abae Ni ado bbau awal-awal lagi ko?" (Did you sense it earlier, Abae Ni?) Abae Ni is my call name to him — frivolously reffering to me as clairvoyant, precognitively seeing good things were coming. 😂
Indeed, concealed right in an oversized food container inside the plastic bag was something exquisite. It wowed me when it was unveiled. Those were big freshwater prawns, I mean BIG. The biggest one as it can be seen in the picture weighs like 500 grams. Locally we call it as "udang galah", and it's already cooked to the way I preferred it to be done — "Masak Lemak Cili Api" (Coconut Cream with Chilli)
To some people, they would also refer to this freshwater prawn as 'freshwater lobster' but it seems apt to me with the former. In a sense, I even like it in our language better. It says a lot with the name "udang galah", literally means 'a prawn with poles'. In actuality, truly the prawn is equipped with long and slender formidable claws like poles.
It fetches high prices in the market but with all the money you might have, it's not easy to come by. The ones caught from the rivers in the hinterland of the country are sought after by the udang galah aficionados.
ohhhh my gosh. Kipos is SO good and we had a huge restaurant greek dance it was awesome!!!! for appetizers we got celery and hummus (which really tasted like mashed potatoes and peas), giant beans (literally), and lemon roasted potatoes (😍🤤)! For the main course we had this veggie rice that was sooo yummy but we were so full from the appetizers we could barely eat it #oops 😳 they had a whole vegan section of the menu & almost all the salads were vegan as well! SO YUMMAAAAYYY🤩👏🙌 peace n luv 🦄😋👑