Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Western Food @ Teapot Cafe, SS2, Petaling Jaya

Recently, Splashie Boy and I were revisiting old haunts and one of them was Teapot Cafe in SS2. This cafe has been around for a long time and originally started at the first floor. They have since moved downstairs to the ground floor which is their current location. The cafe is actually owned by a primary school friend of Splashie Boy's who took over the place from her mother. I love the decor of this place that's peppered with lots of teapots, decorative plates and etc which makes it a cosy retreat.

They mainly serve western food but you can get local food too like their yummy roti jala. It's advisable to eat lunch here as when it comes to dinnertime, most of the popular items will have been sold out. Kinda sad to see they have de-commissioned my favourite fish pie as this was one of the few places that sold it. I ordered a lamb chop with basil butter(RM19.50++) for that night as even my favourite Fish Milanese was sold out. They didn't do too great a job on my lamb chop as it was overcooked!

Splashie Boy had better luck with his Chicken Kiev(RM19.50++) which is comes with a yummy butter sauce within. I cut it open to take pictures and he was a bit peeved with me as his sauce seemed to have dissapeared after that. Caution should be exercised when you eat this as there's a toothpick lurking in the package which keeps everything together.

If you have time during the day, do pop over and try their set lunches especially the yummy Roast Beef. I think it's served on a Tuesday but the dates may have been changed so do call to check ahead. They also do scones with jam and cream from 3pm onwards everyday which is extremely popular. I remember fighting off people for a table on Saturday afternoon just to try those scones a long time ago. Not sure if that's the case anymore as more and more places serve scones.

The Teapot Cafe
169, Jalan SS2/24
Petaling Jaya

Tel No: 03 - 7875 3024

(They close early on Mondays so no dinner served that night)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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tihtahpah said...

wow..this is also one of my old haunts..for the chocolate cakes!

KY said...

"old school" friend
old "school friend"


yeah, the chicken kiev was good when I had it.

boo_licious said...

tihtahpah - chocolate cake? We never seem to have dessert here after dinner as so full.

KY - it's old school" friend but yeah, I think I better change that sentence as very confusing.

Babe_KL said...

i was there recently for tea on a sat, quite pack but no wrestling for tables plus plenty of scones available. even its tea time, quite a number of their stuff are finished!

J said...

Hmmm... it's funny - that place has been around for so so long and I've always meant to go and try it out but never have so far.

Shall have to make a point to go this weekend.

(Scones... Chocolate Cake... MMMMmmm... so many choices!)

Collecting Moments said...

oh i heard about the famous scones! sigh, i wish i stay in PJ area..so many places with good food!

boo_licious said...

babe - yeah, their stuff always finish very fast.

jackson - go try!

J - hope you like it. Kinda basic cafe food.

honey star - never mind, am sure you can find yummy scones in KL too.

cafe bijou - congrats on yr opening! Looks good from the blog.

SkyJuice said...

I've been to Teapot Cafe a few times. My housemate would drive all the way from KL just to get the scones and clotted cream.

boo_licious said...

skyjuice - wow! must give them a try as I've only eaten them once since I don't usually take tea.

bmkrz said...

Dear Boo_licious,
Just to let you know that your page on The Teapot Cafe has been posted to the all new ‘The Teapot Cafe’ group on Facebook Thank you very much for the listing and as a token of appreciation, do drop by the cafe and claim your gift of either an umbrella or t-shirt (your choice :-).
Hope to see you around soon.
Thanks & Best Regards,
The Teapot Cafe

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