Stumbled upon Cafe Maro 마 로@HapJeong, Seoul

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=cheapest-levitra-online The cafe culture in Seoul truly amazes me. I didn’t know it was that big until I came to Hapjeong. Cafes rooted at every corner of every street. Some even side by side. This is definitely MY place to be.

using lasix in shortness of breath We stumbled upon the popular Cafe Maro, 마 로, reviewed by several bloggers and decided to give this cafe a try. As prices of coffee in cafes are generally more than 3000 KRW/ MYR 12-15 and above, we have to wisely select the best from the rest to make every penny of our tiny MYR money count.

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get link The cafe is themed in yellow and wood, to give a vivid lively feel when yoh are inside. It appears to me that this cafe, is not only known for its specialty coffee, home roasted beans but it is also a popular couple/dating/blind date choice of place too.

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effects of 10mg prednisone This was where the baristas work their magic to make their finest coffee, including my iced coffee. Some serious stuffs going on here alright!

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follow link Ok. Hats down to the barista. The ice coffee was one of better ones I had tried so far. The smooth silky feel of coffee trickling down the throat was amazing. The intensity of the coffee was moderate, with much less bitter after taste at the end palate which you may get from cheap coffees. Despite this, its character was not lost. It had an all rounder taste and I took the glass and drank every single bit of it!

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go here As waffles made in Korea are usually really good in quality and taste (I believe it is from the good quality ingredients) we ordered one from here to complement a nice cuppa on this cool and chilly afternoon.

propecia pills caused problems Delicious looking ain’t it! Especially the generous chocolate drizzles all over and the blueberries and caramel drizzled whipping cream as dips!

clomid price mercury drug price The waffles here ain’t cheap though. Cost about KRW8000/ MYR 25-30. Anyway desserts in restaurants in Klang Valley these days are no longer cheap as well…easily go up above RM20.

The waffle was so fluffy, soft and buttery. Thumbs up!

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The whipping cream was so so so so light and fluffy. Delightfully sinful! Even the blueberries jam as well, the whole berries were found inside.

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Ooohhhh la la. Piling up calories for this was all worth it!

Address:
마 로 구 합 정 동 413-1 1층, Seoul, 121-893
Tel: +82 2333 1190

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As we walked around, we saw so many funky and cool looking cafes, each with its own theme and concept. These guys are surely creative indeed! It was as if I was in Sydney or Melbourne now. I just wanna have a cuppa at every store!

This cafe has an in-built garden inside. With grass and tree and all.

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This cafe focused on chalkboards and noticeboards, giving it a chilled study area for group studies sorta feeling.

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Or how about leading all the way up via keynotes from a piano?

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Or simple el fresco dining, to have a nice hot cuppa cappucino while people watching and enjoying the cold gentle breeze from this fine weather.

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Or chill at this high area with plush cushion and couches overlooking the hustle bustle of Hapjeong area. Most of them up there were couples!

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Or mine your way through your drinks in this wooden themed barrel store concept?

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Or experience drinking like one of em’ strong and sturdy men who work in the construction and development business?

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Or have a cuppa chit chatting with friends and your doggies have an opportunity to also make new friends? Fyi: this brown dyed paw doggie tried to be “too friendly” with the white fured female dog. Ham sap doggie!

I love walking around this area, seeing creativity just flow through every person, every bar, every cafe, even animals! Worthy to spend some time to walk around this place and have a good cuppa coffee as you chill here!

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Jap food galore@Tatsu, Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur

We are back again for Food Galore Rendezvous. This time…at Tatsu, an award winning restaurant in the Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, with executive chef Yanagida Testsuya, long running chef that rules the kitchen all these years.

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Penfolds Koonunga hill 76 is one of the best valued Penfolds ever purchased. Costing only RM 70, the quality is could better the Bin 389 or those RM 100-ish wine. Amazing full body that is well structured. Tannins were silky smooth.

Gotta say it must be the careful selection of the grapes or the old vines that make it such a beautiful bottle.

With regards the Prosecco, its balanced but nothing to shout about. A good value at RM70.

This is a first for me, to have Prosecco complementing with Penang Him Heang’s tao sar pia!

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Thank you hostess ! 🙂

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The edamames were excellent. Pungent aroma of smoked grilled charcoal flavour. It’d be perfect to have this on a couch watching your favourite movie!

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Fishes freshly flown from Japan and skillfully cut would translate into a happy 6 sashimi lovers smiling upon each bite. My personal favourite was the Otoro!

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In my Jap foodie ventures, this dish is always one that I must have. I could eat ’em like they are noodles all day long!

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I was told by our hostess Janny, that the avocado unagi roll with almond sauce, topped with fish roes is a personal creation of the chef himself. Rich, dense, yet you can taste each individual flavours at the same time. Thumbs up!

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This was my first time trying this out: fried salmon skin salad. Sounds a little irky. But oh boy…the chef made it with finesse. You barely taste the oil and yet each piece was super crunchy and perfectly flavoured. Yummmmsss…

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The waitress came in to our room and grilled these wagyu beef slices on the spot with a portable griller. Marble, tender, wagyu smoothly swims down my throat. Oh man!

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After all the guilty pleasures, we were suddenly served with a healthy option: chopped asparagus! Don’t be fooled by its simplicity. They were one of the best cooked asparagus I had ever ate in my life. Cooked just about right that they were soft inside yet retaining a thin crunchy layer on the outside so as when you bite them, they felt good in the mouth.

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May not look like much: but the teppanyaki ingredients were of top notch quality. Cod fish, shrimps, clams etc. And the smoke grilled flavour were intense.

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The garlic fried rice…for someone who does not fancy rice. Divine. I don’t need to say further. From the picture itself, you can see each pellet of rice is nicely separated from each other, yet each was nicely browned. The chopped fried garlic was also prepared in house.

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Time to unzip the fly to give some space for the expanded tummy to breathe…for cake! Coincidentally it was Grace’s birthday too and we gluttoned our way through with Intercontinental Hotel’s coffee chocolate mousse cake. I had to stop myself from grabbing another slice as it was already near 11 pm, and the thought of sleeping off after all these. yikes!

Total estimated dinner for 6 pax: possibly about RM800- RM1000, including the 2 bottles.

To dine here, quality wise,  it is definitely there but you must prepare to spend a rather hefty sum for good stuffs.

Opening hours:
Lunch : 12.00 noon – 2.30 pm
Dinner: 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Tel: 03-2782 6118 (was advised by hostess it is best to make reservations before you come)

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