Food Trails: Mr. & Ms. Cafe

By Elie - 6:30 AM

Fat people unite, because I'm coming around with yet another food post. I might as well be calling my blog "Fat Shneep" pretty soon.

A visit to Mr. & Ms. Cafe with Mr. Chin.

Because I'm making the most out of days with this person right here, it's only normal if we go on food trails to odd places and do things that we haven't quite done before like Mini Putt in Citta Mall then a swerve to Mr. & Ms. Cafe in Oasis Square, Ara Damansara. It definitely was not the first that I've heard of this cafe with their desserts being quite a shout for and I figured it would be worth a try. 

Introducing the unsightly Mr. of this buddy-hood.

Muchos gustos, senor Terrance Chin.

A walk into Mr. & Ms. Cafe proves that the place is of a typical cafe set up that does not differ itself from any other with the wooden tables and chairs, alongside brick wall set ups and open spaced bars for beverages. Lighting isn't of an abundance so picture taking does prove to be a little bit of a challenge unless you're a huge professional but whatever I've taken of my food does tell you that I am not.

Hot mocha.

So it did not cry out "Divine Mocha" like the one from Three Little Birds Coffee and neither did I have that great an expectation but I could have well gone with a latte instead. I didn't particularly like the tinge of chocolate to it nor the bland coffee they served and I think the latte would have put me on a better track. 

The Benedict.

Poached egg done right...with a strand of hair.

So I decided to go for the eggs benedict dish that they had for the decent price tag it had but the sauteed mushrooms were cold to taste which was a disappointment. It was only when I was adding on my watermark to the picture that I noticed a strand of hair in my eggs benedict...and I'm really hoping that someone from Mr. & Ms. Cafe could see this picture. I've eaten it off anyway but if this is the standard of your food, it leaves something to be desired, yes? Overall, The Benedict wasn't too bad but unless you're really craving for runny eggs, this isn't your order for sure.

Mr. Chin's beef burger. (That's not the real name of the dish, by the way.)

Glorious beef patty alongside beef bacon with a sunny side up and cheese.

While I didn't try the patty because I'm not a big beef lover, the aioli is something I would like to rave about. It's the bomb, people! It's super delicious as a dip and the fries that they have weren't that bad either. 

There's always space for desserts.

A cupful of sunshine?

Mango and raspberry mousse.

Regardless of how full you feel there's always space for desserts, okay? We picked up one of each from what there is off the menu and these were our choices. Before we went to Mr. & Ms. Cafe, I was promised by Terrance there would be a "A Cupful of Sunshine" when  we arrived so I guess he didn't lie. It was basically a good blend of passionfruit custard with vanilla crumble, something that wasn't overly sweet and had a pinch of sourness (Of which I believe is from the passionfruit custard) to compliment. The best way to have it is to dig your spoon straight down the cup, picking up everything from the bottom layer to the top so it doesn't get too sweet nor too sour.

The mango and raspberry mousse was chided a favourite by all mango lovers and I could see why in the most definite way. The first spoonful was a burst of mango flavours, presumably made of fresh mangoes that were really fragrant yet not overpoweringly sweet. As we got to the middle where the lump of raspberry jelly was however, we didn't enjoy it quite as much anymore as there were layers of sponge cake (?) inside that took away all the smoothness of the mousse and tarty taste of the raspberry.

I guess as an overall, the place isn't quite as I expected for it to be and I would rather take the car down to KL's Main Main Cafe if I needed a mango fix. Desserts weren't a plenty although the menu had at least 6 of it printed out and food wasn't all to be shouted about either. If you do go however, my biggest recommendation would really just be a cupful of sunshine and nothing more.

Mr. & Ms. Cafe
B-G-3A, Block B,
Oasis Square, Jalan PJU 1A/7,
Ara Damansara.

Open Tuesdays to Fridays: 10 AM - 6 PM
Open Saturdays and Sundays: 9 AM - 5 PM
Closed on Mondays

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