Cheeky Don Chicken Teriyaki Gyoza Homemade chicken gyoza Pork Free Rice Bowl

Ms. Wong Bao & Tea @ GMBB, KL – Yum Yummmm (Pork free)

Interesting fact – Ms. Wong, as I’ve only recently discovered, is run by the same folks behind Kohi Yatta. Remember them? The large, spacious cafe attached to a Mazda showroom in Sungai Besi? Yup, that one.

This was my first time visiting GMBB. If I am not mistaken, the building itself has been around for quite some time now. It sort of underwent a revamp and in recent years is known as GMBB. It basically is a mini mall with a twist. The twist here being that it gives a primary focus to arts and creativity which includes areas such as beauty, fashion, themed cafes, workshops, music and etc. For more information, head on to their website, link attached below.

Location: Although this is considered part of Bukit Bintang, I liked the fact that it is away from the city centre and traffic congestion that is often associated with the area. It is about 5 – 10 minutes away from Petaling Street and located opposite Tung Shin Hospital.

Parking: There is a basement carpark in the building itself. They have deactivated the ‘pay by cash’ option for now. So, you can either use Touch N Go or debit/credit card for payment. With a simple swipe, you’d gain entry.








Teri Cheeky Don, 17 ringgit + Ms. Wong Gyoza, 10 ringgit



This rice bowl was real good, I had a jolly good time eating it. It consisted of an egg, grilled chicken in teriyaki sauce, capsicum and rice. The teriyaki sauce was sweet-ish and when given a nice mix with all the other items in the bowl, you’d get a nice gooey, sticky, sweet rice bowl. Sticky thanks to the egg, it helped gel all the ingredients together. There were plenty of soft, chewy, boneless chicken, enough to last till the last spoon. The capsicum was an added bonus because it added texture, provided a ‘crunch’ to the whole dish. Very nice. Yum.




The gyoza was yummy too. You’d get your moneys worth here because for 10 ringgit, you would get 6 pieces of nicely stuffed chicken ground meat and vegetable. It literally felt like I was eating chicken nugget – Chinese style. I liked that the outer layer was really thin and the filling was a lot. I am well aware that this is how it should be but the last few times I’ve had gyoza, the outer layer was pretty thick, with little filling. So, I appreciate the ones served here. It was good.

Overall, I had a good time here. Food was good, customer service was awesome. I can see myself finding a quiet corner, getting some work done while filling my stomach during future visits.

Address: Ground floor, no. 7, GMBB, Jalan Robertson, Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: Mondays to Wedbesdays, Fridays to Sundays, 9 am – 6.30 pm. Thursdays Closed.

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Contact Num.: 012 – 250 7281

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Signing out now, Ciao.


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