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CHAPTER 268 – WHERE TO EAT IN SEGAMBUT?
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Cuisine and Culture in an urban cafe setting, La Teh Cafe is a live contemporary version of Nanyang experience. COffee and Charm with a hint of nostalgic Southeast Asia dining encounter, La Teh Cafe blends Nanyang recipes, Malanese flavours and Indochinese cuisines.
La Teh is a reminiscent of Nanyang experience. Meant the “Southern Ocean”, Nanyang is now known as Southeast Asia with common reference to the ethnic Chinese migrant population in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
La Teh is about a voyage of discovery. Riding on the early Ming fleet carrying nobles and Nanyang merchants across the sea, La Teh presents a hearty fare of signature dishes from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
La Teh is also story of Nanyang evolution. Descendents of and ordinary folks are now able to indulge in coffee and tea heritage. Pampering senses with signature drinks and satisfying taste buds with an assortment of dishes.
Rich with cultural values of cuisine and coffee, La Teh redefines cafe style eatery for friends and families. Showcasing traditional street food and aromatic coffee, La Teh is tastfully FOR EVERYONE!
Mango and Sago with Cream
Legend of Lemongrass
(Ginger, Lime, Lemon, Chili)
Gonna brave up and take the first spicy sip!
Vietnamese Bread with Roasted Beef Slice
Sandwich with Chicken Ham and Cheese
Vietnamese Goi Ga Bap Chnoi
(Salad with Chicken)
Vietnamese Cha Gio (Crispy Spring Roll)
Dried Udon Mee
(Comes with another side dish of either Sweet Sour Chicken, Asam Seafood or Fried Chicken from the menu)
Thai Pineapple Fried Rice
Thai Pad Thai (Fried Kwey Teow)
Mix well and dig in! Reminds me of our Chinese “Lou Sang”.
Vietnamese Beef Noodle with Soup
Tomyam Rice Noodle with Giant Prawn
Nasi Ketuk with Fried Kampong Fish
Nasi Ketuk with Rendang Chicken
Sambal Petai Prawn
Thai Olio – Olio
iRate: 7/10 (Spicey max but syiok! :P)
Mixed Fruit with Nata De Coco
Mango Jelly with Coconut Cream
Red Bean with Coconut Cream
In general, La Teh did not fail to surprise me with their delicious food while I was there last weekend. Had the most enjoyable time trying out their signature dishes and some of their salivating deserts with my friends. Interesting menu, I must say. And I will definitely go back for more! You guys should really try it too.
Where is it?
30, Block A, Plaza Sinar,
Jalan 8/38D, Taman Sri Sinar Segambut,
51200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603 6262 1626
Business Hours: Mon – Sun 11am – 11pm
Jom La Teh!
Eat Love Share, Esty.
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