I'm in love with this gem. I was so gutted when I found out, they were gonna close. Been here twice and I never regret it. Totally worth the drive to come all the way from the shore. Their kaya toast is to die for. Where it is like a paste made out of pandan and coconut cream to put on their housemade ciabatta with side of soft boiled eggs (onsen eggs). Crispy and soft ciabatta is to die for. Then you can also try their laksa, it's not the ordinary curry laksa you can have more towards to east Msian style laksa. ? Where coconut milk/cream was not used topped with some egg and prawns. If you had a chance sometimes, this week Try their pull pork sandwich cause its perfectly cooked and seasoned. Can't wait till they announce a new store but for now.. Laters.
Went there a few weeks ago. Laksa soup was nice, but portion was so small, noodles were a bit too hard. Kaya was a little bit too sweet for my liking, but ok in general. Cafe environment is good, plus lots of parking, good to try if you are in the area. PS. I would have put 3.5, but there’s no half star option...
I found this place on zomato and was intrigued that they serve Sarawak laksa (MC laksa) because it’s uncommon to find it in New Zealand. While the food can be improve in terms of the stock intensity, quantity vs price, there is no doubt the authenticity of the creators in making them. I am truly amaze that each dish was made from scratch, no shortcuts even when there is an easy way out. The MC laksa soup broth, the kaya jam spread, even the yu tiao is made of their hand made bread. From start to finish, everything was fresh and authentic. Thank you for a great experience. PS: the kopi peng could be thicker and maybe try a coffee that suits condense milk. normal roasted coffee have slightly different taste and it didnt feel strong enough