A newly launched Mall on July 2017 at Melawati is set to be an iconic lifestyle hub serving the greater Melawati residence. It serve as a meeting point for business and leisure, and a preferred recreational venue for families and friends.

In just within a 3 months operations, it could safely says at least 90% of the mall has been occupied. There are many cafes and restaurants with different types of foods were offered in the mall itself. Below are some of the recommended types of foods available in the mall:

Australian Food: Jamaica Blue

jamaica blue_Easy-Resize.comJamaica Blue is one of Australian most successful retail franchise companies which was build on the foundation of “fine coffees and fabulous food”, delivering a truly unique contemporary cafe experience with exclusive premium products an award winning coffee.

Some of their signature foods were; Super Fruit Bowl, Enrichment Bowl, Chicken Pumpkin Lasagna, Buttermilk Chicken and Corn Pie, Zucchini Fritters, Chicken and Sundied Tomato Pesto, Jamaican Queen and Jamaican Blue Mountain Special.

Peranakan Food: Baba Nyonya

baba nyonya_Easy-Resize.comInspired by the rich and diverse heritage of Malaysia, Baba Nyonya by Sambal Chilli serves a large selection of local cuisine in a cozy and welcoming environment.

Dishes are products from the mix of spices and herbs from the Malay cuisine combined with Chinese work fire or claypot cooking technique serving up Peranakan dishes that’ll tempt the lovers of Nyonya Cuisine.

Their signature highlights were; Assam Pedas Claypot, Kangkung Belacan, Chicken Lobak, Chicken Pongteh, Sambal Petai Prawn, Ayam Goreng Berempah, Cencalok Omelette, Banana Fritters, Cendol, Markisa

Thai Food: TigerLily

tigerlily_Easy-Resize.comTigerlily specializes in serving Thai food that’s made out of love, true passion and definitely tackles Thai crowd pleases in a cheery contemporary setting.

Salty, sweet, sour and spicy flavors of Thai will keep its diners taste buds guessing.

Tigerlily’s signature menu are; Lemongrass Satay Kitchen, Pad Thai, Steam Siakap with Lemongrass Claypot, Banana Fritter, Red Ruby, Thai Iced Tea, Lemon Grass Juice.

San Francisco Food: Swensen’s

swesens_Easy-Resize.comSwensen’s has won many Malaysian hearts with many delicious ice cream sundaes in a warm, unpretentious ambiance and a casual atmosphere.

Swensen’s has developed overs the years become a restaurant food chain offering not only ice cream, but fun and friendly casual-dining with a wide selection of hearty foos, desserts, beverages, ice cream cakes and takeaway novelties.

Their signature were; Spring Chicken, Chicken/Fish Baked Rice, Black Pepper Seafood Pasta, Earthquake Ice Cream.

Scottish Food: Wayback Burgers

wayback burgers_Easy-Resize.comFounded in 1991 in Newark, DE, Wayback Burgers is a Conneticut-based fast casual franchise with a reputation for fresh beef patties, cooked to order burgers and thick, hand-dipped mikshakes, serves in an environment that hearkens back to a simple place and time.

Their signature burgers, tidbits and drinks are; Cheeeeesy Beef Burger, Fish Burger, Chicken Wings, House Made Chips and Ice Cream Milkshake.

 

Malaysian Comfort Food: Be Sixth

be sixth_Easy-Resize.comBe Sixth Comfort Food reveals modern rustic platting through out the dishes, the comfort food means making something with love and over here they added their passion thru our the menu.

Varieties of menus is offered at Be Sixth beside Comfort Food they also offers healthy option for health conscious & vegan customer as well.

Try out their signature food such as; Beef Lagsana, Rib Eye, Quinoa & Mango Salad, Pulled Beef Sandwich, Signature Coffee.

For more information on Melawati Mall or the outlet available there, visit www.melawatimall.com

Taeki's hobby is to write lifestyle pieces according to his own style. He loves foods and tech stuffs! If there is any foods or tech reviews, you can count Taeki in!

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