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January 30, 2008

Capri Cafe, Bangsar

Sometime last week, rif and I had dinner at Capri Cafe. Situated next to the Sports Toto shop in Lucky Garden, this cafe has been around for quite some time. We ate here a few months back and found the food to be decent and reasonably priced.

Cantonese Yin Yong (RM 5)

rif ordered the Cantonese Yin Yong while I had the Mun Yee Mee. His Yin Yong was quite nice. The noodles had a slight wok hei flavour topped with eggy gravy, chicken, prawns and squid. It could have been saltier but this was fixed with some chili padi and soy sauce.

Poser :p

Mun Yee Mee (RM 5)

My yee mee was hard and chewy. The gravy was as unappetizing as it looked and it lacked flavour. This time, no amount of soy sauce could rectify the lack of taste. Lucky for me, rif agreed to swap noodles halfway through. He thought my noodles were alright. I guess one man’s meat is another man’s poison. 0_0

Ambiance: 4/10
Price: 7/10
Food: 5/10
Verdict: A nice change from the usual coffee-shop or mamak stalls. I’d stick to their beef hor fun and Cantonese Kuay Teow from now on.

Capri Cafe Bangsar
2, Persiaran Ara Kiri,
Lucky Garden,
Bangsar 59100, KL
*Closed every Tuesdays

4 Responses

  1. rif

    hei!! Simply put people picture up. Never ask for permission. Now need to pay me RM50 for using people picture.

  2. rif

    Actually you force me to eat your noodles. Dont “twist” the truth and said I wanted to swap the noodles. HeHe..

  3. Bangsar-bAbE

    You said you don’t mind changing noodles ok….and you offered to do so…now who’s ‘twisting’ the truth?

    U better own up…IF NOT…later when I see you….nyek nyek nyek…

  4. rif

    Wah now you “twist” the truth again? -_-


    If you want me to say that i wanted to swap noodles then i say lo…

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