By the way, honestly, I didn't know Hello Kitty Cafe existed until when I was at the mall to shop for the family wedding (Special Occasion - Fashion Statement). No plans whatsoever prior to dine at Hello Kitty, just so happened after aimlessly walking around the mall (Taste Enclave & Hana Dining) and feeling frustrated because I couldn't buy what I wanted, hunger called and if I didn’t rest, my legs definitely would have given way. At that point, I noticed the sign to the Hello Kitty Cafe Gourmet Café, but still I was unsure where the café is. So, I walked all over again and then asked the security. As I looked up in front, goodness me, the cafe was just a minute away along the same row as Bubba Gump and OleOle Bali (Brotzeit German Bar).
Pretty in pink and obviously adorned with everything "Kitty-Kitty-Kitty", I went up to the second floor as the first floor I was told unless I wanted to have drink and some cakes, I am welcomed to sit downstairs. As I sat across the counter and nearby the window facing the main road, the foreign staff came over with the menu.
The menu I thought is quite limited and a few dishes I pointed to were not available. So, I opted for the fried chicken balls (Boule D. Poulet - can't even pronouns- sigh!!) priced at RM22.70, the Crispy Ice Cream Sandwich, also at RM22.70 and Flat White Coffee (RM13.10).
Attractively presented, the 5 pieces of fried crispy on the outside and tender inside chicken balls dipped in the tangy dip I won't say were sensational, just a small pop which quickly disappeared in my big fat mouth. As I ate, I couldn't help thinking about the amount I am going to pay later. Well, it is a Gourmet Café! I guess Kitty is in demand and you pay for all things nice.
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