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Cafe Barbera, Jalan Maarof.

Hello everyone! It had been quite sometime since I last updated my blog with FOOD PICS!!! I have no idea since when blogs have become one of the top sources of information when it comes to food / restaurants exploring. I mean, if you feel like having Italian cuisine for tomorrow but you have no idea where to eat, the first thing you would do is to google the best Italian food blog reviews, am I right? Well, some people might  use other mobile apps since the technology is so advanced nowadays! My friend, who is a food junkie, actually uses FourSquare to hunt for new restaurants! He said the best way is referring the list of restaurant his friends had made up in FourSquare or read the tips left by customers who had been to the particular restaurant!! Brilliant. But most of the time, I came across with more negative comments than positive ones. Hopefully the owner of the restaurants will start using FourSquare too so that they can read the feedback lol!

Anyway, sorry for being long-winded. I tend to type a lot nowadays, all thanks to my college's assignments Will do a short update about my college life if you guys are interested haha! *Most probably nobody is interested huhhhh*

Okay never mind, let us get back to the main topic of the day - FOOD. 

Had a nice catchup with my friend, Sky who just came back from his trip in Melbourne! Let's see where did he bring me this time! :)

Can anyone tell which place is this from the picture? *Do not look at the blog title :P* 

Here we were - Cafe Barbera which is located in Jalan Maarof. (Bangsar area) 

Hmm..there are not much desserts being displayed that day!


Honestly, I never knew that there's such a uniquely-designed restaurant in Bangsar. 

Well, they serve a huge variety of Italian cuisine, from pastas to pizza and eventually to desserts!
This is mine - Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Salmon. I personally think that it could be better if more spices were to be added because it was rather tasteless! Also, the salmon slices were slightly overcooked somehow. :(

Mr. Food Junkie's Fettuccine Carbonara. He has his thumbs up for this dish!

Here comes our first dish of desserts, Crème brûlée, also known as Creme Catalana. It looks really appealing but its taste did not meet my expectation. The custard base wasn't really rich in taste but one laudable fact is that the texture was pretty smooth!

The Chocolate Fondant Cake. Something like Chocolate Lava? Hmm, not really a fan of chocolate haha! However, according to Mr. Food Junkie, this tastes like heaven. The outer layer of the cake was cold but the inner part of the cake actually contains molten hot chocolate which would send your palate to a vacation in paradise!



Very, very simple coordinate for the day. This is my "Grab n Go" outfit lol.

Cropped Top and High-waist pants from Topshop.
Sneakers from Nike

Cafe Barbera 
Address: 18 Lorong Maarof, Taman Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone:+60 3-2287 3628

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