Dark and Twisted Cafe (Part 3) @ Evolve Mall, PJ

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So if you've not read about the second and first part of Dark and Twisted Cafe, here is the link to it Dark and Twisted Cafe Part 2. Anyway, this part 3 will be more focused on their range of tapas which they've just recently launched and added to their existing menu.

These are the 5 types of tapas that I've tried.

Gourmet Sausage Mix - RM7.50

Starting off with a humble selection of sausage mix. It's a combination of chicken and beef, both of which are sauteed lightly to bring out the natural flavour of the sausages. It is then sprinkled lightly with chopped spring onion to give it a little freshness. 

Oyster & Button - RM5.50

Next up, oyster and button mushroom sauteed and seasoned to perfection. It's a simple dish but it is well packed with flavour. This dish is a definite much have for any mushroom lovers!

Meatball Quartet - RM11.50

For something that is a leaning towards the tangier and richer side, why not try out their meatball quartet served with a rich and addictive tomato sauce? The meatball is tender and soft while the edge is a little crusty. That also adds on flavour to the dish and gives it some depth that we all can enjoy. Served with a side of butter sourdough medallions for you to scoop the remaining sauce with.

Creamy Mash Potatoes - RM5.50

Feeling a little hungry and have that sudden desire to have some potatoes? Well, Dark and Twisted's version of the mashed potatoes is incredibly simple. A good chunk of butter and hand-squashed potatoes, allowing it to have some lumps for texture without being overly pasty. In short, it's a pretty good serving of mash.

Cassava Fries - RM5.50

Similar to how most sweet potato fries are, but with cassava instead. For those that do not know, Cassava is similar to tapioca as tapioca is extra from the roots of it. Anyway, the fries are submerged in water first, allowing them to spread. The spreading allows the cassava to be a lot lighter when it's fried, as well as giving it that crispiness that we desire. Finally, it is finished with a sprinkle of salt and chopping spring onions. Lovely!

Gambas Al Ajillo (Garlic Prawns) - RM13.60

If you're looking for flavour, then this dish is definitely worth trying. The prawns are cooked nicely where they aren't too soggy, and they retained most of their bouciness. The olive oil dip is infused with garlic and chilli flakes that gives it that added layer of flavour and spice. Of course, the prawns themselves are spiced but as a whole, it worked really well. Oh yes, butter sourdough medallions on the side too!

Chicken Skewers with Salad - RM5.50 per skew

Last but not least, some skewers (or western satay if you like). These little sticks of joy comes with pineapple, chicken, onions, and bell peppers, all grilled to tender and juicy perfection. Of course, they're also marinated to give it that extra oomph!

Now what better way to wash it all down if it isn't with a cup of ice latte? Dark and Twisted also offers a wide range of coffee that anyone can enjoy. No single origins or anything fancy like that, just good ol' pure coffee with a skilled barista. 

All and all, Dark and Twisted Cafe has more to offer than you think. From the founding idea of all the dishes to the results of execution, most of their dishes are absolutely delicious. Of course, there some hit and misses here and there but generally, everything was great. Service was also friendly and food comes at a reasonable timeframe. 

There's also beer so yeah, you can pretty much sit down and have a bottle here while chilling with your friends or phone. 


Ground Floor, Evolve Concept Mall, Pacific Place @ Ara Damansara, Jalan PJU 1A/4, Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47301

Operating hours; Daily 10am - 10pm

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  1. I like to eat these type of dishes.My favourate dish are Creamy Mash Potatoes.When I was in the school,My mother cooked the mash creamy photato and she was give me this dish for lunch.I remember these memorable day.

  2. The evolution of "Dark and Twisted Cafe Part 3" is captivating! The intricate storyline keeps me hooked. It's like each episode peels back layers of mystery. By the way, have you ever felt tempted to pay someone to do an assignment while engrossed in such thrilling tales?