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A new Korean franchised bingsu has just landed its second outlet here in Selangor, which happens to be situated in the heart of Damansara.
A warm and cosy atmosphere makes it an ideal spot for workaholics and business meetings.
Also, a segregated Section with kid-friendly items makes this place a perfect family/friends get together over numerous cups of coffee and snacks or perhaps even a venue for a private event.









Bingsu. A sweet and decadent summer treat. 
The best part about having Bingsu here in Malaysia is that we get summer all year round.
This makes bingsu the ideal go to heat cooler anytime of the day or week.


Matcha bingsu (RM16.80)

Both portion served generously with all natural ingredients and very uniquely executed. I love that they incorporate the respective flavours into the ice before shaving it as to retain its optimum flavours.

Not your ordinary Bingsu you can get much around town.
Their Bingsu are cool, soft like cotton and smooth to the tongue. Leaning towards a milkier flavor with a fun chewy texture of their in house made Mochi made it a pleasurable journey for my taste buds with various texture when eaten altogether.



 Soymilk Bingsu




However I would personally enjoy it more if they had an additional bit of crunch to go with it.
On a side note; their matcha bingsu is perfect for those who do not fancy matcha that is too concentrated or bitter.


 A famous Korean style toast (RM13.50) with Korean rice cake which is nutritious and easily digested called Injulmi as its filling is drizzled lusciously with honey and topped with bits of crushed peanuts and almond and sieved generously with Soymilk powder.

The combination of taste and texture for both sure did excite my taste buds.
With that being said, If you feel extra adventurous, do give their red bean latte a go. 







Their latte (RM11.90) was well worth my money with it being portioned to almost twice the amount of an average cup of coffee you get in other restaurants and cafes. Their 100% Arabica coffee sure paired really well with their toasts.


 Next up, a red bean cheese toast (RM13.50), that has a unique blend of sweet and savory. Doesn't seem convincing at first but trust me, be adventurous and you'd be surprise with the outcome.



 A day well spent with great company and definitely a plus having these delectable treats to compliment my time well :) 



Beans N Beans, Uptown Damansara

Address:
Damansara Utama Jaya Selangor, 
107, Jalan SS 21/1a, 
Damansara Utama, 
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Business hours:
Monday-Sunday 
9am-12am

Friday&Saturday 
9am-1am.


Contact : 
03-7732 8288


Words by Amanda Huang (Fb profile)

A charming restaurant, bar & lounge located in Medan Damansara, the city’s latest strip for nook F&B gems- The Point offers an exquisite mix of dining experiences catering to patrons looking for modern sophisticated coupled with a delectable experience. 
The Point launches a brand new fusion style menu of innovative dishes inspired by its signature style of Local, asian, european, and mediterranean flavours this year. 
They also launches their latest menu in conjunction with their 2nd year anniversary. 



Big Breakfast RM28

Pork Sausage, pork bacon, prosciutto, poached/scrambled eggs, accompanied with brioche and hash brown. 




Brioche & sous vide egg. 



Nothing beats the perfectly sous-vide egg. Runny yolk, pillowy soft brioche and drizzled with mayonnaise. 


Mozzarella Stuffed Portobello Mushroom
served with pesto and balsamico.

The most memorable entree of that night. 
Portobello mushroom coated with a thin layer of batter then deep fried till crispy. This is one of the best deep fried portobello mushroom I've ever had as it wasn't too greasy. 
I marvelled when I took the first bite; Crispy and fragrant on the outside, remarkably juicy on the inside. Nothing can ever go wrong when you add cheese into it. ;)

Surf and Turf. RM32

Corned beef burger, deep fried crayfish, dill mayo, Mesclun salad, chips. 


Lovely burger with extremely delicious crayfish. Crayfish actually has the texture close to prawns(some say lobster), and the dill mayo reminds me so much of McD's fillet O fish. 

Each layer of the ingredient matches very well with each other. My dining companion mentioned that it could be better if the corned beef taste a little juicier, but no complains for me as I never liked greasy food. 

This substantial burger can definitely fill up anyone who has a regular appetite. 

Salted egg yolk soft shell crab. RM29

topped with curry leaf infused cream sauce, served in lettuce cups. 


Prawn and Crab Croquette 

served with Laksa coconut broth & topped with salmon roe. 




Truffled cold angel hair, Avruga Caviar. RM30

Another dish worth mentioning. 
The pleasurable truffled oil scent wafted through my nostril when this dish was on its way to the table. 
Yen was sitting beside me and she was so happy when she detected the same scent as me too! 

Angel hair was al-dente, a mouthful of this sent us temporarily to heaven. Perhaps the only complaint is that the portion is slightly too small for us. 

Suckling Pig 12 Hour Slow Cooked, served with plum & balsamico. 



Citrus Cured Salmon Carpaccio
Served with 62cc egg yolk, wasabi mayo, salted kelp, truffled toast. 

Something I would order for brunch. 
Light, refreshing and not too filling. 


The toast was brought up to another level when it was toasted with truffle oil and it was profoundly hard and crispy too. It requires a little gum strength but I enjoyed it nonetheless. 


Pan seared black cod. RM62


Perfectly seared thick and juicy cod accompanied with smoked caviar dressing, asparagus, mushroom fritters and balsamico. 
 Man, this need no further elaboration. 



Look at that glistening sheen on the cod! Pretty distinctive isn't it? 

Bak Kut Teh. RM47

12 Hours slow cooked pork belly, 
served with quinoa, bok choy, garlic, chilli padi soy glaze. topped with mushroom tempura.
Chinese comfort food with a twist!

Halibut Fish Linguine RM28

Tossed with cream, asparagus, parsley, and grana padana cheese. 

My favourite pasta that night. 
Chili padi goes well with basically.....anything!
(only if you can take spicy)

Chunks of halibut, the assertive basil scent, and a hint of spiciness, 
each mouthful I took burst into so much flavors that were so capable of coaxing me to dive my fork back into them ...I just could not get enough of these.

Pesto Prawn Linguine RM30

Tossed with basil pesto and topped with grilled jumbo prawn.



Spaghetti Rosso RM28

Tossed with sundried tomatoes pesto, Anchovies and pine nuts. 



Mille-feuille Ricotta. RM26

Layers of puff pastry filled with ricotta cheese, peach, berries.


Chocolate fudge RM25

Homemade served with pistachios, and vanilla ice cream. 
Creme brulee. RM25

Kah lua and bailey's infused creme brulee. 



The Point KL serves up a fusion style menu of innovative dishes inspired by European, asian , mediterranean flavours. 


While the first floor caters to a more intimate dining setting, the second floor allows you to enjoy resonant music over a few drinks. Liven the experience at the bar with great cocktails, premium champagnes, wines & spirits, with cigars to pair.



The Point KL

Address:
First & Second Floor, 
122, Jalan Kasah, 
Medan Damansara, 
Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur

Business Hour:
Monday - Saturday 
5:00 pm - 1:00 am. 


Wednesday - Saturday 
11:30 am - 2:00 pm.


Tel: 
03-2011-8008
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