There is a new cafe in the Petaling Street/ Chinatown area. Sekalf is located within walking distance from the Pasar Seni MRT and opposite the road from Niko Neko Matcha. This cafe occupies 2 floors and exudes a rather cool and calm ambiance with its white walls and brown brickwall interior.
** Parking: If you are driving, there are open carparks nearby at an hourly rate of RM 5.
Salted Egg Croissant, RM 13.90
If you are a Salted Egg lover like me, ooooo this croissant will certainly satisfy you. Not only is the top drizzled with salted egg powder and bits, the inside is also filled with thick, gooey salted egg cream. Biting into the croissant was simply lovely. Flaky yet soft croissant with the taste of salted egg from the start to the end ….. ooooo yum!
Penang Fried Kuey Teow, RM 14.90
This has to be the first time I’ve had Char Kuey Teow (CKT) in a proper cafe setting. It was a weirdly unique experience, lol. Tastewise, it does not have the traditional Penang style CKT taste but it tasted good nevertheless. If I am not mistaken, they used prawn stock because they is a rather strong prawn flavor throught the entire dish. As I am a fan, I liked it lots. The dish included 3, 4 medium sized prawns and was not too oily.
Zaatar Spiced Grilled Whole Chicken Leg, RM 17.90
This dish has Middle Eastern influence. The Zaatar Spiced grilled chicken was flavorful, the meat was tender. If you fancy having a healthy yet simple dish, this grilled chicken would fit the bill. Besides the meat, the dish also included a side of baked potatoes and salad.
Address: 208, Jalan Tun HS Lee, City Centre, KL.
Opening hours: Everyday. 8.30 am – 5.30 pm
Contact Num.: 013 – 536 9303
Signing out now, Ciao.