Remember Kedai Kopi Malaya? I won't be surprised if you don't because the food, to me, was unmemorable.
I snapped their shop front on a day when they were closed (Monday). It can be awkward taking a photo when there are customers inside or when there are people the entrance.
This is their menu.
The interior decor is much better than the previous layout, spacious, bright and airy (better energy flow I would say).
I opted for the nasi lemak ayam goreng berempah. The nasi lemak was very aromatic and lemak enough for me. I thought it was quite good. The other carb option is pulut (glutinous rice) which I felt is too heavy for me.
The fried chicken was fried just right rendering the exterior crispy and the meat moist and tender. I could tell from the texture that the chicken was fresh. Even the Chinese style sambal I enjoyed. I wished for a more generous portion or perhaps next time I could pay for extra.
Meanwhile some other developments in Damansara Uptown.
Rod Dee Ded is no more and in its place is Baker's Cottage.
Back in the 1990's there were quite a number of bakeries in this area. Now there are only three (Baker's Cottage included, the other two being TK Confectionery and RT Pastry).
Last weekend I went again to sapot sapot.
One curry puff, kaya puff, mini donuts, banana muffins, chocolate muffin and a sausage roll. The muffins were pretty good and so was the kaya puff. The rest were all right.