Sweet Sour Thai & Sweet Heavenly Desserts ….

…makes a birthday celebration sweet and un-forgettable..

Look at these delectable babies….

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& tell me you want them….

And it’s my pleasure to announce that these just heavenly desserts are now nearer to town… at their newest outlet in PJ..
So, for all my friends who has never heard of Epicure, Chef & Brew and some even “Jalan Beringin”.. I’m sure you guys can manage to find Jaya One??

A Slice of Heaven
Jaya One (next to Cold Storage)
No. 72A Jalan Universiti
46200, Petaling Jaya.

Open daily from 10am to 10pm. For more details, check out Just Heavenly’s blog.

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Cute, fun and cheery decor.

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Birthday dinner was at The Elephant, Section 17.
We actually started our meal with the cakes and had to stop half way when our food was served!

For food, we ordered the specialties of course, and the Salt Baked Fish, RM36, was the restaurant’s signatory dish and came highly recommended if my food blogs search was of any indication.
The sea bass was baked encased in a layer of snowy white coarse salt and in foil.To eat, scrap off the salt and skin the fish.
Enjoy then wonderfully moist and succulent flesh underneath infused with the flavours of galangal and lemongrass stuffed into the belly cavity. The accompanying sauce makes this even better!

baked fish

Brown Rice.
Higher in fibre, minerals and what-nots.. Supposedly healthier, & it does makes a nice change from having white rice. Great to eat with the curries and vegetables dishes they have here.

 rice

Instead of the usual Tom Yam, we got ourselves Tom Som.
The clear galangal, lemongrass and lime soup came loaded with fish, prawns, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, coriander and slices of starfruit!
While the starfruit was an interesting addition, I don’t see how it makes any difference to the taste of the soup. Well, at least it made the main topic of conversation for the next 10mins after it was served.

otr dishes

The fried chicken with basil was reallyyy good. Tender strips of breast meat, mild spiced & delicious.
We had some vegetables to round off the meal, and the stir- fried kai lan did the trick.

While the meal was good, it was the cakes that, well….takes the cake.
Favourites are the Death by Chocolate & the Key Lime Pie. Of course, the Rum ball, Red Velvet, Choc Cheese and the Durian Choc was just heavenly too πŸ˜‰

My Elephant
Block C-G4 Happy Mansion Section 17/1346400 Petaling Jaya
Business Hours: Tuesday to Sunday (except Sunday lunch)

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