Bonito flakes Crab sticks KEDAI MAHSA Avenue Noodles Okonomiyaki Seafood Don Pork Free Prawns Rice Bowl Three Guys Chili Pasta

Three Guys Cafe @ MAHSA Avenue, PJ – Yummmmm 😍 (Pork free)

A couple of friends told me several times over the past few months about the tasty ricebowls served here at Three Guys Cafe. Since I had some free time on my hands, figured today would be a good time to drop by for a visit.

Three Guys Cafe is located in Block B, on the same floor as KEDAI. KEDAI, in case you guys aren’t familiar with, is an artisanal marketplace. You’d find many interesting things here – shoes, beauty products, cloths, jewellery, decor items, plants and several eateries. It’s a nice place to ‘jalan-jalan’. On some weekends, bazaars are also held here. Back when I was a college student, having these sort of eateries and marketplace on campus was unheard off. I suppose as a student, hanging out at campus is a lot more appealing nowadays, ey?

Where to park? You can park inside the campus itself at a rate of RM 4 first hour or the open carpark just outside MAHSA. I parked inside, managed to get a spot after rounding the block 3 times. The campus is pretty small, so, it is unlikely that you’d get lost.

It’s a small, cosy place. I love the decor, love the music. Yea, loved my whole experience here. It was a pleasant and happy one. If I brought my laptop along, I can totally see myself spending hours here. Perhaps even read a book or do some sketching while sipping on a nice cup of lemonade.


Three Guys Chili Pasta, RM 16

As its name might suggest, this was a spicy bowl of noodles. How spicy? It depends on how tolerant you are to chili. My friend was eating it up like it was nothing whereas I was totally feeling the heat. Nothing overbearing though, similar to the amount of spice you’d get when you eat dry chili pan mee.

This dish is made up of onsen egg, homemade sambal, bonito flakes, seaweed, shredded chicken, crispy anchovies, spring onions, pasta and cucumber.

Okonomiyaki Seafood Don, RM 22

Now this, this was my favorite. It was a delicious rice bowl, a filling one too. The top was loaded with stuff – crab sticks, prawns, bonito flakes with mayo, okonomiyaki sauce and sunny side up egg. Oooo yummy. A variety of meat, with a burst of flavors certainly made up a good rice bowl. Burp!

I was truly satisfied by my experience here. Besides the food, the ambiance was da’ bomb too. I’d be back here for another visit, for sure.

Once I was done with lunch, I decided to walk around and explore KEDAI for a bit.

…. and I ended up buying some succulents 😁

3 for RM 10
1 for RM 15, 2 for RM 25


Address: Unit 2-14, Level 2, Block B, MAHSA Avenue, Jalan Ilmu, PJ.

Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 11 am – 6 pm. Monday Closed.

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