APW, located in Bangsar, is a secluded haven of gastronomic delights! There are five restaurants and thus far, I have visited four but I have viewed the menu for Agak-Agak and shall be trying the food soon as the choices sound interesting. For convenience, I have compiled the reviews of the various restaurants into one extensive food review of APW:
Overall Flavours: Good
Staff Efficiency: Good
Pricing: Mid Range (RM 25 – RM 60) although some dishes may be RM 15 to RM 18 but those would be starters or desserts
Tips: There’s a car park opposite APW which charges RM7 per entry. Besides that, I also suggest checking the opening hours of the restaurants!
I’ve only visited this cafe once and as I’m not a fan of coffee, probably won’t rush to visit again as the food choices are limited. However, I can’t deny the quality of the food and the portion – I ordered scampi pasta and the prawns served were large in size and also aplenty, which is rare for restaurants as most are trying to cut costs.
Although sweet corn and zucchini fritters are an ‘in-trend’ in Malaysia at the moment, I still decided to try the dish as I love sweet corn. Breakfast Thieves is known for their beautiful plating and I was not disappointed by the aesthetics or the flavours – the portion was the perfect amount, too!
I’ve only tasted the calzone, which my friend and I devoured with satisfaction! We saw other people eating pizza and the quality (and quantity) looked good but if the taste of the calzone is any indicator, then I can definitely recommend their pizzas.
I’ve visited this establishment twice and during both occasions, enjoyed the food. The restaurant aims to serve fusion food, based on Thai and Japanese dishes; that being said, I recently tried the coconut ice cream with ikura and feel that this item is the perfect embodiment of Kaiju in terms of flavours. Besides that, the seafood sashimi rice-bowl (Bara-Bara Chirashi) is affordable, delicious, and includes a single portion of miso soup!
“Seize the moment. Remember all those women on the ‘Titanic’ who waved off the dessert cart.” Erma Bombeck