Aug 11, 2016

14 Eat Out: Namoo Korean Dessert Cafe n Bistro on the park

What better way to connect with people than food. The women in my family are all ardent home cooks. It's no surprise that we have a lot in common to talk about and no shortage of happy memories built around scrumptious Birthday meals and the fun of working on festival eats together.

I spent the whole of last week catching up with my aunt and cousin. We went sightseeing and ate at restaurants we've never been to before.It was a morning 'til night thing. I'm exhausted, yes but I carry with me now many beautiful moments that make me smile every time I think back.

This is us at a cosy modern Korean cafe at Publika mall. Just outside the restaurant is a children's playground. It's a good place to catch up with the girlfriends and bring the kids.

From top-left, clockwise: Us, The Interior, Cappucino - RM12, Milky Hwa Che - RM15

I ordered  a chicken rice burger. It was really good. At first impression, I thought the cheese was slathered with typical sweet chilli sauce, the kind on a Malaysian Ramly burger. I'm glad it wasn't. This was different.

Bibi Rice Burger - RM25

My aunt called for grilled marinated beef slices with rice. This is very much like comfort food. Satisfying on the taste buds. 

Garlic Bulgogi Rice - RM30

My cousin had tomato cheese rice. It doesn't look like much, but it was tasty. Check out the egg - begging for a photo shoot is how I would describe it!

Tomato Cheese Hambap - RM30

Namoo Korean Dessert Cafe n Bistro on the park (phew!) has a warm and romantic ambiance that is great for long chats.

Namoo Korean Dessert Cafe n Bistro - The Ambiance

The main entrance.

Namoo Korean Dessert Cafe n Bistro - The Entrance

There's a hook under the table. How convenient; no more pulling up an extra chair for my shopping bags.

Bag Hook

We enjoyed our makan (eat) session. The staff was fun and friendly. They were attentive too!

I picked up the bill. It was something I'd been meaning to do ever since my last trip back to the town I was born in. My aunt and cousin have always been there for me in both tough and cheerful times. I love them dearly.

Namoo Korean Dessert Cafe n Bistro on the park
Address: Publika, Level G3, Lot 4A , Solaris Dutamas No.1 , Jalan Dutamas 1 , 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (a floor above MPH Book Store)
Telephone: 03 - 6411 6698


  1. A Korean fusion place. Nice food presentation and place is cozy for food and chit-chat.

    1. Yup, a lovely spot to hang out with buddies ;)

  2. Your chicken rice burger looks interesting and your aunt's meal looks delicious.

    1. Thanks, Nancy. It was a satisfying meal. :D

  3. Lovely photos, Sharon. It's so nice to catch up with friends and family. Looks like you had a great time! :)

  4. Hope one of the day, got chance to catch up with you, hehe...

  5. Shy to say, but I never had any korean food before besides kimchi, shud rectify the problem soon.

    1. I've only ever eaten kimchi perhaps twice in my life!!

  6. Sharon! that cheesy tomato rice really look so bland. That rice burger look delicious! nice place for layparking.


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