Nanyang Cafe @ Pavilion Bukit Jalil

For lunch, my mum and I went to the Pavilion Bukit Jalil. Nanyang Cafe is said to be well-known for its traditional strong coffee and hand-made buns. Their technique has succeeded in bringing uniqueness to the stage. I spotted a neon pink sign with the Nanyang logo inside the café, which stated that Nanyang Cafe has been operating in Malaysia since 2010.

This area is large enough for a family or a group of friends to enjoy the bread or lunch meal. This is a quiet and neat environment! 

Pork chop with curry rice, Vermicelli mee, Wantan noodles, and Nanyang Pork Burger with French Fries were available on the menu. While drinking the Nanyang Cham, I got a pretty strong coffee taste in my mouth. And Nanyang Milk Tea is a classic combination of Ceylong Black Tea and Condensed Milk. To my surprise, this tea absorbs a lot of milk creaminess! Not like normal tea.

Pork Chop with Curry Rice - 👍

My mother wanted to experience this Pork Chop with Curry Rice, so she ordered it. This curry sauce was not too spicy for me, so go ahead and get a huge potato if you're a curry potato fan! This pork meat is a little tough, but it's good. This pork chop seemed to have more juices.

The freshly made Pineapple Bun with New Zealand Butter from Nanyang Cafe is often a hit with the seniors! This is my mother's favorite bun! . This bun is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

(From left-right: Custard Bun and Adzuki Bean Bun)

I love the Custard Bun because I prefer the sugar-dusted sweet on top of the bun. You will be impressed by the beautifully fresh baked cream within, which tastes like egg yolk!

Adzuki Bean Bun

Since my mother enjoys sweet red bean buns, I believe this bun is a kind of Japanese soft bread. Both are great for breakfast or as a snack at any time of day.

When you order your favorite bun, you may take it home. If you enjoy a strong cup of coffee and freshly made buns, you must visit Nanyang Cafe! I suggested that you park in Pavilion Bukit Jalil's Zone A car park cause Nanyang Cafe is right below the Zone A car park!

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