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Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Learning -

com­bi­na­tion of de­lec­ta­ble pink medium-rare beef, caramelised onions, mus­tard and salad was such a win­ner a sec­ond had to be or­dered pronto. Sand­wich and soup op­tions are reg­u­larly changed to keep it in­ter­est­ing.

Crafted sal­ads are avail­able as well, but it’s the salad bar that gets top marks. Here is where you cre­ate your own from their med­ley of fresh in­gre­di­ents in­clud­ing fresh beet­root, quinoa, cous cous, soba noo­dles, as­para­gus, tuna chunks, lean chicken, chick­peas, mush­room, spinach; top it up with a selec­tion of homemade dress­ing to make a very sub­stan­tial meal. There are two sizes avail­able: RM19.50 for the reg­u­lar and RM24 for the large, which can eas­ily be shared. A com­ple­men­tary cup of soup is of­fered with each or­der of a salad or sand­wich; lo­tus root, po­tato and goulash was on of­fer the day we went. Our only (mi­nor) gripe was that while the sand­wiches were very good, hav­ing a whole­grain op­tion would be very wel­come. Pork-free. Child-friendly. Mon-Sat, 8am-4pm.

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