I got a bit adventurous this time and decided to go to a restaurant which we've never been to before. We don't really know the way there so we just relied on the map that was on the restaurant's website. Thank God we found the place at last. Teehee.
The awesomest thing about Poco Homemade is their handmade stuff.
They print their menu on cloths like these. Nice.
They sell their handmade brooches too. Pwetty but kinda pricey, for me.
Other handmade stuff that they make and sell.
Ok, let's move on to the food and drinks now. :)
Poco Homemade serves Japanese Homecooked Food, special drinks and also dessert.
Lienn's Earl Grey tea. My favourite too. I did not know you liked Earl Grey too, Lienn. I thought only old people like me like it.
Wanted to try something special. Milk with honey. RM 5.50 This, is YUMMAY. Creamy and sweet. A must-try. Another drink that is worth trying is their 'Fairytale'. Mango plus Vanilla.
Chicken Katsu Don. RM 12.80
We tried to squeeze into the picture as the tallest girl holds the uber heavy dslr. Another memorable and farney moment.
#2, Look at me, =.=
#4, Jess not concentrating.
Btw, Jess was holding the cookies that Lienn bought back from Taiwan.
And mine!! Thank you darlin. Hehe.
Heart shape chocos!
I just love the packaging. Haha.
Ok, back to the topic.
Overall rating for Poco Homemade. (Number of ♥, out of five)
Food : ♥♥♥ , should have more varieties.
Drinks : ♥♥♥♥♥, drinks are special, reasonable price.
Dessert : Did not try. :(
Ambience : ♥♥♥♥♥, small and cosy, suitable for people like us who like to take photographs.
Service : ♥♥♥♥♥
Would go again to try the dessert.
Note : The restaurant is located inside the residential area in Bangsar and is very very hard to be seen cause it does not even have a signboard.You definitely got to take note of the unique design outside the restaurant if you wanna go there so that you can identify the shop from the outside.
Map available here.