Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Haru Cafe Gallery @ Happy Garden

Porcine indulgences rule the roost at this bright, spacious cafe: Nasi lemak is coupled with deep-fried, fatty-fleshy glazed pork belly for double the guilt (RM12.90), while Indomie noodles come with tender Taiwanese sausages, thick-sliced spam, melted cheese and egg for potentially more than quadruple the typical cheat-day calories (RM13.40). If you like a sweet boost for your caffeine, order the Black Bee, a cup of coffee that's buzzing with honey (RM10.90). 

For paintbrush enthusiasts and beginners alike, art jamming activities are a regular feature here. A late-nineties soundtrack of Macy Gray and Matchbox Twenty furnishes a nice hit of nostalgia.

Haru Cafe Gallery
B-G-10, Seri Gembira Avenue, Jalan Senang Ria, Taman Gembira, Off Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.
Daily, 9am-8pm. Tel: 017-222-03605


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12 comments:

  1. The indoomee is the bomb

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    1. Jeff: a guilty pleasure, yeah ;)

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  2. Spam! Haven't had that for ages, would just settle for the very nice and more affordable Danish luncheon meat these days.

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    1. Suituapui: i guess for a lot of us, spam evokes childhood comfort meals :)

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  3. Ohhh these are my kind of food!

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    1. KY: come visit happy garden! :D

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  4. Oh yes, Spam! I used to buy those and I think it's wonderful (though not so healthy).

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    1. Phong Hong: i used to be a spam fan when i was in school - but i have to admit, it's not something i still crave regularly!

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  5. Spam is always the better brand with delicious taste!
    Haru sounds like Korean name as watched on TV.

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    1. Twilight Man: spam makes me think of junk email, haha :) ya, haru feels like a name that could be interpreted in a lot of different languages :)

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  6. sausage, Spam, fried pork, all those food have the ability to make food tastier, hehe ^__^

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, and more sinful too :D

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