Slurp Cafe @ 3-2 Square, PJ

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When we were younger, mostly between the ages of 5-12, we had someone that we looked up to - an idol. Regardless the form, whether superheroes, cartoons, singers or even actors, there will be someone that we wish to be like in the future (by hopes). Hence, it’s no surprise that there are kids running around pretending to be Power Rangers or even Ultraman. Looking at them now makes us wonder how carefree and happy in the past. There were no worries. In fact, our only concern would be “what should I play next?” It was indeed joyous and fun, no doubt about it. Hence, our childhood memories will always stay with us, even when we have to (unfortunately) grow up.


The entrance with some Japanese words which I don't understand. 


Superman vs Goku that somehow created the flag of Japan.


Spiderman vs The Hulk. Pretty good mural if you were to ask me. 


American diner style quotes and posters.


Okonomiyaki - RM29.90

We started off with a plate of savoury Japanaese pancakes. Topped with plenty of Japanese sweet mayonnaise and fish flakes, which added a whole lot of flavour into the pancake itself. It was not only soft and fluffy, but filled with different textures as well. The cutest part of the Japanese pancake will be the lonely scallop on the top of the hill. Cooked to absolute perfection but single in every other way. Regardless, it was a great appetizer to begin with. 


The Best Chicken Salad Ever - RM14.90

The following dish was also pretty interesting. It’s a Chicken Salad with Spaghetti underneath. Well, do not let its appearance fool you. Beneath the pile of fresh lettuce, carrot, onions, celery and grilled chicken, there is a serving of spaghetti with roasted sesame sauce. Interestingly, the warm grilled chicken went really well with the cold salad and spaghetti. The grilled chicken was not only packed with flavour, it was extremely tender and juicy as well. The spaghetti was cooked to perfection – al dante, and complimented with a delicious sweet Japanese roasted sesame sauce. 


Japanese Omu-Rice + Chicken Katsu - RM23.90 + RM7

Our next dish can be considered as the most amazing one ever. In fact, it was a video shared in Facebook among hundreds of thousands of people. The famous Japanese Omu-rice. There are several variants to Slurp Café’s Japanese Omu-rice but we only tried 2 - black & white and Mentaiko Guru. 

The black & white omu-rice consists of a squid ink infused rice with a delicious omelette topped with cream sauce. However, the best part about these omu-rice weren’t simply about the aesthetics or taste, but the style of presentation instead. 

Upon serving, the waiter will slice open the Japanese omelette and let the goodness flows above the rice. Both were equally delicious, the rice was a little dry but with the help of the omelette, it added that moisture that it requires. Complimenting not only the flavour, but texture as well. 


Sambal Pasta - RM24.90

Another dish that I would like to highlight will be the Sambal Pasta. Well, to be honest, we all thought it was a little weird combining dishes from two totally different regions. But the results were surprisingly good. The sambal was packed with flavour and heat, which coated the pasta evenly. The additional sides were equally as good too. The chicken was soft, tender and packed full of flavour. The prawns were also flavourful and fresh but the most unique thing was the cockails. It's not often you'll find cockails anywhere but Char Kuey Teow. In short, it was a pretty unique dish. 

  

Maggi Murtabak - RM23.90

I initially thought this was a ramen burger, but it turned out to be maggi instead. Nevertheless, it felt like an upgraded ramly burger - which wasn't exactly a bad thing but definitely not something I was looking forward too. I have to admit, it does have flavour. But balance, not quite there yet. 


Strawberry Fountain - Price TBC

Last but not least, their desserts. At the time of trial, the Strawberry Fountain was still new as it wasn’t available on the menu yet. Pretty sure now it is. It has a delicious combination of strawberry ice cream, whipped cream, strawberry sorbet, fresh Japanese strawberries and a sliced of melon. Simply put, it looks as good as it taste! Deliciously sweet and fresh Japanese strawberries topped above strawberry ice cream and sorbet along with some whipped cream on the side – absolutely delicious. It was definitely a dessert to share around but we’re pretty sure one person could finish the whole thing. 

In conclusion, Slurp café doesn’t only bring out the childhood memories within us, it gave us really good and unique fusion dishes as well. Some of them might taste a little odd, but we are certain that most of what they serve are absolutely delicious. Hence, if you’re around the neighborhood, or even craving for some Japanese omu-rice or Strawberry ice cream, do head over to Slurp Café, located at 3-2 Square, PJ! 

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Address:

3 Two Square, 2, 
Jalan 19/1, Seksyen 19, 
46300 Petaling Jaya, 
Selangor, Malaysia.

Operation hours: 9am-12am

Tel: 012-2331764

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