The warm welcoming exterior is the gateway to a kind of "community cafe" whereby they try to support local industries, so a wide array of stuff from various independent "suppliers" are for sale as well, such as pet treats from Barkery Oven, a range of home made sauces by Vincent Tan, (not that one), cakes from several homebakers,
The Tuak Colada, with a little glass of pure tuak. Give me the pure tuak any day.
We were there that night with the main purpose of sampling the new WAGyu (remember Bo the dog) "promotion", which really is good value for money, and I am not just saying that because Ed is my friend. A 300gm Ribeye is selling for RM125... and if that aint good value, I dunno what is. Marble score 5 if I am not mistaken.
So, this BEAUTEOUS piece of meat, the Tomahawk, sells for about RM400 for a 1.2-1.3kg slab. This one served to us, which can feed six people more than adequately, is around 1.6kg. Charred to perfection in a Josper Oven, (from Spain), this weapon of choice is superb.
There's something satisfyingly primal about this kind of meat, the pink flesh and that charred bone, very Asterix and Obelix...
Me and the requisite Boner shot...but seriously, the meat on the bone is the best...crispy bits of juicy meat...what's not to love.
If you like Wagyu, or beef, in general, be wowed by what comes out of that Josper Oven....
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