Obanhmi, One Utama New Wing, Petaling Jaya

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What a long hiatus.
I was back in Malaysia/Singapore for the whole month of February and the very first thing I did was have a bite of Obanhmi’s new ORoasty. I just had to. It was too tempting not to.

Vietnamese Egg Coffee (RM9.90)
When i first saw it on the menu, I had mixed feelings about this coffee. But I definitely didn’t regret ordering it to try!
It’certainly has a very interesting flavour, almost like drinking liquid coffee Crème brûlée. I must warn you, it’s a very sweet and aromatic cup of hot coffee Crème brûlée. Love it (Eventhough, it’s a bit too sweet).

Lime Slush (RM7)
J ordered the lime slush and we really needed that drink. Boy, it was so refreshing, we were almost so tempted to order another one. The mint bits in the slush and the best overwhelming citrus explosion went so well together. Perfect for the darn weather in Malaysia, no joke!

Vietnamese broken rice with grilled pork chop (RM12.90)
An excellent choice for a quick office lunch, don’t you think? Unfortunately, the grilled pork chop was a little bit too dry for my liking but I loved the broken rice personally because of the soft texture.

ORoasty ((RM12)
When I asked J for his opinion on ORoasty, he said it felt like good breakfast all in one amazing sandwich. I guess that does sums it up about right. ORoasty is packed with the juiciest roast pork, marinated veggie (Almost like pickled vegetable), sunny side up and lots of coriander. What a brilliant concoction.

Chicken and prawn spring rolls (RM9.50)
I always have a soft spot for spring rolls. Fresh spring rolls, not fried. Dipping them in sweet and sour sauce.. So yum.

Dry Grilled Pork Vermicelli (RM12)
I quite like the vermicelli with the grilled pork but I didn’t like the idea of having fried spring rolls in them. It was pretty refreshing though but way, way too heavy on the oily ingredients.

Vietnamese French Toast served with ice cream (RM11)
The french toast is served with two ice cream of your choice and nuts! It’s made perfectly. Crispy on the outside, really soft inside. It’s not your average eggy type of french toast. In our opinions (Me and J’s), it was more like buttery bread with ice cream. J did mention it felt quite messy to eat the whole thing because you need to put ice cream on it.. And then the nuts… Blablabla. But I loved it. Messy or not, it’s really good.

Obanhmi

1Utama Shopping Mall Outlet
LG 328, New Wing – near Teppanyaki, Cold Storage side.

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