Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Tiki Taka @ Kasah, Medan Damansara

This new venue is one to watch: Tiki Taka is a handsomely sleek hangout that ambitiously tackles mainly Asian-accented tapas. On a cool night, its alfresco section makes for a breezy & beautiful setting for wining & dining in Bukit Damansara.

The kitchen puts playful twists on petite samplings - Singapore-style chilli prawns in a sweet-spicy, dunk-worthy sauce with fried mantous (RM24), an Indian-inflected dabeli tart with a warm centre of creamy masala potatoes crowned with crunchy pomegranates, celery & coriander (RM6), steamed turmeric rice made flavoursome with minced pork, garlic sauce & pickled shallots (RM15) & an eight-inch char siu pork pizza rich with cheddar, mozzarella, BBQ sauce, kyuri & spring onions (RM20).

Our favourite indulgences here so far are the tartine topped with grilled bacon & Nutella, a terrific combo enhanced further with truffled honey, walnuts, blueberries & caramelised banana (RM6) & the ais kacang-inspired refreshing bowl of coconut ice cream & mango sorbet in pandan palm sugar syrup with buttered popcorn, toasted coconut flakes & fruits (RM12). The menu is still being expanded, with more intriguing items to come, so expect to hear a heap about Tiki Taka in the months ahead.

Tiki Taka
138, Jalan Kasah, Medan Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. Mon-Fri, 4pm-1am; Sat-Sun, 9am-1am. Tel: 016-328-7438

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12 comments:

  1. A nice place to hangout after work and char siu pork pizza sounds good.

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    1. CK: yeah, i can imagine spending more than two hours hanging out here and relaxing ;)

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  2. Pizza looks great...and wow, the pork belly! Not for the faint-hearted. LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: when i saw that char siu pork pizza on the menu, i knew i had to order it! :D

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  3. Spain's tiki-taka may have just been ended by Italy...but this one is just starting! ;D I'm glad to see the tapas here reasonably priced and I like the petite offerings.

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    1. Contact.ewew: haha, i'm not a football fan, so i'll leave the first part of your comment aside :) and yeah, prices are decent for this street, and i do like small plates give us the chance to try different dishes ;)

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  4. Hmm... bacon + Nutella, I really curious about the flavors~~

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    1. Choi Yen: i like the combination a lot ... the two ingredients complement each other quite well! i wouldn't mind having it again :D

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  5. Love tapas... Can eat a lot of varieties in one go. I see that they are opened at 9am on weekends. do they serve breakfast???

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    1. Leo: oh yes, they have a weekend breakfast menu with different sort of egg and bacon dishes, all in the RM20-something range (full-sized platters, not tapas), 9am-1pm :)

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  6. Very nice! I think I will love what they serve here.

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    1. Phong Hong: i'm keen to return to try some of their upcoming dishes, like siamese laksa and indian upma ;)

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