I fully headed here thinking it was still Yellow Apron, lol. It has been more than a year since I’ve dropped by and I missed ‘lepaking’ here. The cafe itself, if you were familiar with it, was big and spacious. Food was good too.
In its place now is The Well Gallery Cafe. It officially opened doors in February and with the Covid situation and MCO taken into consideration, I’d say that they’ve been operating for about 4 – 5 months so far. A new cafe indeed.
Although I was a little bummed out because Yellow Apron is no more, I was excited to give this new eatery a try.
Parking: Plenty of parking spots available outside the cafe, within the vicinity of the building. There are guards guarding the entrance, all you have to do is tell them that you are heading to the cafe, they’ll let you in. 👇👇👇
Yay! I loveeee that they maintained the spaciousness. A large, big space. Love it!
Customer service was great. They were friendly and welcoming. We were attended to as soon as we entered and from there, it was all with ease. Food arrived pretty quickly too.
Assam Laksa, 16 ringgit + Kimchi Fried Rice with Honey Soy Wings, 24 ringgit
Food was delicious. The Assam Laksa was da’ bomb. ‘Sedaaappppp’ 😍😍 For reals. Honestly, I was not expecting it to be as good as it was. So, it exceeded my expectations. The laksa broth itself was thick and flavorful, you’d be able to taste the prawn paste. There were plenty of pineapples, onions, cucumber, fish, rice noodles with mint leaves for garnish. I enjoyed it. Yum!
The Kimchi Fried Rice was real good too. I would order it again in the future. The few times I’ve ordered this particular dish elsewhere, I mostly end up disliking it because in most cases, they end up putting a whole lot of the kimchi paste in, resulting in the fried rice being more wet than dry. Here though, it is dense but dry. The taste of Kimchi was evident but not overwhelming. Besides that, the fried rice came with minces chicken, seaweed, pickled vegetables, sesame seeds, fried egg, with a side of Honey Soy Wings. This dish was yummy. It was exactly what I wanted whenever I Kimchi Fried Rice.
Overall, I had a good time here and I would certainly head back here in the near future. Perhaps I’d give their desserts and pastries a go next.
Address: No. 3, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya.
Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 am – 6 pm. Mondays Closed.
Signing out now, Ciao.