Yel­low Brick Road

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

While skip­ping down this yel­low brick road won’t lead you to Oz, you can ex­pect an oth­er­worldly ex­pe­ri­ence. Small touches about this res­tau­rant are sure to put a smile on one’s face, such as the cir­cu­lar com­mu­nal table with a tree as its cen­tre­piece, dreamy fairy lights, and tin ket­tles op­er­at­ing as wa­ter spouts. Yel­low Brick Road and Wicked Pan­cake Par­lour (the name of their up­stairs space) share a kitchen and the same menu. Pan­cakes are the or­der of the day here, and our favourites in­clude the Pe­ter Pan­dan, pan­dan­flavoured pan­cakes served with jack­fruit, salted caramel ice cream and gula Me­laka sauce, and Let’s Salsa, which gives a nod to trop­i­cal flavours by in­cor­po­rat­ing pineap­ple, tur­key ham and moz­zarella cheese. Kids might pre­fer more min­i­mal­ist con­coc­tions such as the clas­sic pan­cakes served with but­ter and Cana­dian maple syrup, I Wanna Be Kaya French Toast, and gooey Mac N Cheese. It’s a shame that the cute chil­dren’s cor­ner up­stairs only opens on Fri­days and Satur­days, but the blues­mocked servers are kind souls who some­times bend the rules.

8-7 Jalan Batai, Bukit Da­mansara, KL (03 5481 5033/fb.com/yel­low­brick­road­cafe). Ha­lal. Child-friendly. Mon-Thu, 9am-6pm; Fri-Sat, 9am-10pm (kitchen closes 4-6pm). $$$

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