Saturday, January 28, 2017

Phix @ SS15 Subang

The Phix is in: This cafe-store might mainly entice vapers with its shelves of e-cig kits, but its menu may be worth hitting up if you're nearby, with interesting offerings like quesadillas of roast duck, guacamole & melted mozzarella (RM18) & beef meatballs with peanut gravy & mashed potatoes (RM20), plus a range of espresso-based (RM6-RM10) & filter (RM16) coffee.

Phix
24 Jalan SS15/8B, Subang Jaya, Selangor. Daily, 12pm-1215am. Tel: 03-5613-3811

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4 comments:

  1. Despite the yummy looking food, I would probably run the other direction if there were people vaping in the restaurant.

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    1. The Yum List: yeah, that would be the sentiment of most non-vapers, i figure ... but hopefully we can all work to coexist in harmony :)

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  2. Vaping? I'm out of there too. I smoke...but I would not smoke, not even in a coffee shop...and would go to some deserted corner in a distance to do that in private. I would expect people into vaping to do the same too especially considering the amount of smoke they produce.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, i'm not currently a smoker or a vaper, but i guess that for vapers' sake, it's good that they have spaces like this where they can go and not feel like they're disturbing or offending others :)

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