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Hey bunnies!! Have you guys heard of Wichday

Wichday started to gain recognition since their opening in May earlier this year. Thanks to their specialty dessert the Pandora Box, groups and groups of youngsters would come knocking at their door every day, eager to witness the renowned Pandora Box they probably won't get to see anywhere else in KL.

And today, I am inviting you to join me on the discovery of the Pandora Box itself.

The seats are pretty limited, nonetheless, this cafe is quite comfortable and relaxing! :) 

The interior is themed with "the wooden horse", and you will find relevant wall-arts of a carousel, wooden horses, more wooden horses......and a standing wooden horse itself (not sure if you can ride on it though).

Tadaa! Not gonna lie, but this thing is big enough for any adult to ride on haha!

Yeah, definitely not the kind of "little menu" you would expect at any other cafe's in town. Just look at all the choices you can make! You just have to pay a few visits before you can really give this place your personal rating.

I ordered their set lunch which consists of a main course, a drink and also a dessert!

Ham and Egg Sandwich
Cheese, chicken ham, scrambled eggs, tomato slices - all between two fluffy triangles of white bread. Served alongside salad dressed with kewpie sauce and Chachos chips.
Verdict: The chips are a surprise factor. Really, where do you find Chachos as sides these days? The salad was fine, but I don't really find the kewpie sauce attractive. They probably could have picked a better brand, or used another sauce :/ However, the simple-looking sandwich met my expectations.

The classic Spaghetti Carbonara 
Have you ever tried Spaghetti Carbonara with Mentaiko?! Definitely a wonderful infusion of Western and Japanese cuisine. And it's really filling!

The signature: Pandora Box (Please allow 20-30 minutes for preparation) 
Cubes of hard-toasted bread surrounded by a wall of crispy crust (of bread, again), supporting a generous amount of ice-cream of assorted flavours. Topped with a two-lorry-load of whipped cream, banana slices, strawberry, mini-marshmallows, chocolate biscuit sticks and a little jar of honey to make everything all the more sinful.

Verdict: A prominent drawback about this big boy is, obviously, its portion. While it is supposed to be a dessert, it would be amazing if they can shrink its size to maybe 1/4 of the ones they currently make. I really can't picture myself ordering one of these giants if I am to be spending some time alone in this cafe.

Verdict: Important note: NEVER order this when you are on your own. It was much larger than I expected, and even the four of us (Teddy, my two cousins and me) couldn't finish the entire serving of "dessert". However, I do find the hard-toasted bread cubes interesting, it just might be a new direction of the 'creative' style of desserts. There were A LOT of whipped cream, and it was a little too much for me; bananas and strawberries don't really belong to this entire dish, marshmallows are okay, and honey was almost unnecessary thanks to the satisfying amount of ice cream hidden within this golden fort. 

Dessert - Mini Happy Earth Day.  
Vanilla ice-cream surrounded by homemade popcorns and Oreo cookie crumbles!

195, Jalan Sarjana,
Taman Connaught,
56000, Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur.