Friday, August 28, 2015

Roasted cafe

The last time I were here was last September when we came back for my bro's wedding. It has been almost a year since I came to I.P.H Roasted Cafe for its delicious roasted duck.
Wonder why its "I" looked like "J"??

Few days ago I were in that area with my mum and we thought of dropping at this cafe for brunch.

It was a weekday and almost 9am but the cafe was quite packed with patrons. Some ordered and took away its roasted meats while mostly had their breakfast or brunches there.

I like its roasted pork belly and roasted duck. Some say its taste has dropped but I thought otherwise after brunch there the other day. I thought the meats were still good and well seasoned.


I had its noodles with roasted pork belly and duck for RM5.50. Very filling for me as quite a portion.


They were pretty generous with their chunky meats. I enjoyed my brunch with my mum. And each of us also tapau-ed some roasted chicken and pork belly back for dinner too. *wink*

11 comments:

Small Kucing said...

it could be that the said day that the peoplego is the day the chef is on leave or unwell so the taste not as good

Rose said...

The taukey cooked in the past. Now mostly passed to his staff. Maybe quality got up and down loh.

suituapui said...

Yum! Yum! Siew yoke!!! I have that in tomorrow's post in my blog. Hehehehehe!!!!

Princess Ribbon said...

Roasted cafe makes me think of all kinds of roasted meat, like duck, chicken, siew yok, yummzzz..

Nancy Chan said...

The noodles with roasted meat looks very delicious! And the price very reasonable.

Emily Tang said...

for RM5.5 with a generous amount of meat in a plate is considered rare in KL....

mun said...

The portion looks really big.

Yannie said...

Sinfully delicious looking noodles.

Shirley Tay said...

I love roast pork too, but it has to be really crispy. Hahaha! xoxo

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Although i had taken my lunch, the roasted pork belly makes me hungry...

Boh Tong said...

I love the roast pork too and wow it so cheap there. In S'pore it would
probably cost about S$4 or MYR 12.