I was at the KL City Centre today and it so happened that RGB was located along Jalan Damai, an area close to where I was. So, RGB was where I decided to have lunch.
One reason reason why I liked RGB was because it is located in a neighborhood that has not been commercialized yet. No doubt that there are several other ‘businesses’ /companies nearby but everything is located and operated from houses – single story, double story houses with loads of land. So much greens all around and ample parking. RGB operates in a single story house, on a large plot of land as displayed in the image above. It looks like an ordinary house, the kind that people live in. It does not scream ‘This is a Cafe”. The only giveaway that this house may be more of an organization as oppose to a home was that there was plenty of cars parked at the front. Without that telling sign and of course – Waze, it is unlikely that you would suspect the house above as being home to RGB. The is no large signage that states “RGB”. It fits right in with its surrounding. I love it. Loads of greens, surrounding is well maintained and very clean, there almost never is a problem with traffic and people are friendly.
As you open the door and enter, you will be at the counter. Here, you take a look at the menu and order whatever you fancy. Then you proceed to a veranda like area, the kind you have in the middle of a house, where plenty of sunlight goes in, yea.
Once you are in the veranda, here you decide if you wanna sit where the crowd usually sits while enjoying the sunlight or you prefer a more quiet setting, an air conditioned room that allows more privacy.
Chicken Burger, 28 ringgit
The burger was great. It is what it is called – a Chicken Burger, lol. You get a relatively large chunk of chicken patty – chicken thigh that is fried and seasoned well and crunchy. Add in some mustard sauce, mayonnaise, chili sauce, soft burger buns, greens + Fries + salad on the side, and you have yourself a good burger. No complains.
Basil & Olive Fried Rice + Chicken, 21 ringgit
This was really delicious. It basically consisted of brown rice, tofu, basil, marinated olives ,raisins, and chicken slices. It was sooooooo good and did I mentioned – healthy! It contained a burst of flavors – spiciness, sweetness, crunchiness. The Basil & Olive Fried Rice certainly made my day. If you fancy yourself a localized version of healthy fried rice – then go for this. It really is that good.
Would I head there again?
If I am in the area, then I sure will. It is a nice place to unwind and have some good food.
Address: 35, Jalan Damai, Kampung Dato Keramat, 55000 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: Monday, 9 am – 4 pm,
Tuesdays to Fridays, 8.30 am – 5.30 pm,
Saturdays & Sundays, 9 am – 6.30 pm.
Signing out now, Ciao.