Saturday, September 26, 2015

Kampong Kravers @ Atria Shopping Gallery

Kampong Kravers is taking a fresh leap into prominence this year, expanding from its original kiosk-based business into a series of comfy cafes that have sprouted across the Klang Valley's key shopping malls, including Atria Shopping Gallery, Sunway Putra Mall, Lot 10 Hutong, IOI City Mall Putrajaya, Skypark Subang Terminal & NU Sentral Mall.

The cafes highlight a range of beloved Malaysian recipes infused with intriguing twists - check out Kampong Kravers' one-of-a-kind Mihun Briyani, laced with briyani spices that double the dynamics of flavour for the fried vermicelli, served warm from the kitchen & partnered with ayam berempah, savoury-sweet sambal, egg, lime, cucumber & a signature XL-sized karipap. Kampong Kravers is now offering this in an introductory set for RM9.90, which includes a beverage (kopi-o, teh-o or sirap).

Kampong Kravers' nasi lemak with curry chicken is also notable, made with basmati rice for more wholesome nutrition, remaining true to the business' philosophy of preparing all its food with no MSG & no added preservatives or artificial colouring. RM11.90 for a promotional set with beverage; note that if you're travelling on Firefly, both the Mihun Biryani & Nasi Lemak Basmati, as well as Chicken or Sweet Potato Karipap, are now available for pre-booking & pick-up at Subang Skypark.

Other satisfactory choices include the Nyonya Laksam (RM9.90 for a set with karipap & drink), which blends the spaghetti that's common in Johor laksa with a fusion of elements from other Malaysian laksa varieties, as well as Roti Jala (RM9.90 for a full set), which comes in natural colours that includes lightly green hues. Prices feel pleasingly reasonable.



Kampong Kravers' claim to fame is ultimately its commitment to some of the city's most fulfilling spiral curry puffs, which come in multiple sizes & robustly tasty flavours. Snap up the XL for RM3.10 (two for RM5.20) in varieties like chicken & egg, mutton or sardine, Regular for RM2.40 (three for RM5.20) in chicken, mutton, sardine, spicy ikan bilis, chilli tuna, mushroom mayo or sweet potato, or with sweet stuffings such as cempedak, durian or apple custard (RM2.40 for one, RM5.20 for three).

Karipaps that meet the mark, showcasing a fresh-from-the-oven warmth, with a crisp, flaky skin that envelops substantially creamy, meaty fillings. We would be happy to munch on one of these for breakfast or a teatime treat several times a week.

Kampong Kravers also works as a dessert stop - you'll find both contemporary favourites such as cream puffs filled with flavours like vanilla, custard, durian or cempedak, plus traditional classics that span sugee, chocolate or banana cakes, available by slice or loaf. Despite this being a mall outlet, the cakes here have a pleasant home-made feel to them.

Plenty of products for purchase at these cafes for customers to bring home & conjure a bit of the Kampong Kravers magic in their kitchen, from chilli & frozen karipaps to curry pastes, herbal tea & 'hot bilis.' Thanks to Kampong Kravers for having us.

Kampong Kravers
Cafes in Atria Shopping Gallery, Sunway Putra Mall, Lot 10 Hutong, IOI City Mall Putrajaya, Empire Shopping Gallery, Skypark Subang Terminal & NU Sentral Mall. Kiosks in Pavilion & Empire Shopping Gallery

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13 comments:

  1. Count me in as one of those "kravers" and you can bet I would grab a whole lot of the loot available to bring home! My kind of cuisine, that's for sure.

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    1. Suituapui: yay! hopefully there'll be a kampong kravers in your town someday! :D

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  2. I like the crispy, flaky crusts of their curry puffs. I've also had successful dishes with their ready-made pastes and their basmati nasi lemak is quite nice too. Now that they have cafes, I think their very affordable set meals will be popular for the masses.

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    1. Contact: yeah, i like how the crust to filling ratio of their puffs is quite satisfactory :) nice to hear you found their pastes useful ... and yeah, here's hoping their set meals do well :)

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  3. Very nice, and I love the selection of teas! :)

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    1. Linda: i almost forgot about their herbal tea selection! :)

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    1. The Yum List: inventive twists on malaysian favourites :)

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  5. A good place to fix your Malaysian food craving, price is reasonable too!

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    1. Choi Yen: i think you successfully summarised the attraction and appeal of this place :)

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  6. Due to the haze, I haven't had nasi lemak for few weeks, I want my nasi lemak! :P

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    1. CK: heheh, hopefully the haze will be completely gone by this weekend, then you can have some nasi lemak! :D

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