Poco Homemade

Couple weeks ago, I saw wing posted few photos of molten choc cake in her FB and asked her whereabout to eat it. She told me she went to Poco Homemade!

I wonder what is Poco Homemade and where is it? Of course without delay, I started to google the place! Finally found it, it is located in Bangsar, within a housing area. In fact the place is really secluded! Luckily with GPS, we did managed to found the place.

After called and confirming the place and availability of Molten Choc Cake, we decided to go there for home cook Japanese food for dinner! But when we arrived at the shop, the signage shown "Closed for Reservation"!! Puzzle puzzle... anyway I tried to call them again from outside of their shop to confirm the availability! This time the shop owner told me that it's actually full house! I told him, only 4 of us and he managed to get us a very corner table. It's near to the oven!!

As we were all craving for the molten choc cake, that's why we tolerate with the seat arranged. After we ordered our meals, of course same time, hubby was busy snapping pictures here and there so that I can post it in my blog... haha!!! The manager asked if we wanted to change our table, as there is 1 table available near the entrance! Yesh!! Of course we want, can you imagine sitting in front of the oven at the corner was so heaty!!!

Here is the photo of oven where they are preparing the Molten Choc Cake!!

The environment of the restaurant is really calm and welcoming! The decoration was lovely and heard it was all handmade by the owner!!

Here it comes our molten choc cake & taufu cheese cake!! We ordered 2 pc each of Molten Choc Cake & Taufu Cheese Cake! The Molten Choc Cake is really yummilicious!! Taufu Cheese cake... hmm.. the taste is really special, this is the first time I heard and taste the Taufu Cheese Cake! The top layer of the cake is made by Taufu (I assumed, as it really taste like you are eating taufu fah!!), the middle layer is cheese cake, it is not so cheesy, so I like it! And the bottom layer is cookies or biscuit! Overall, I prefer the molten choc cake more!! keke....

I had ordered some jelly juice but really sour, so I exchanged it with hubby's mango lassi... very special, as it is homemade, thus it's slightly less sugar compared to those you buy in supermarket! My main course is the chicken chop!

Hubby and my SIL had ordered the Japanese style Chicken Curry Set! Taste good though, but the portion is small!

My MIL ordered soya bean & Katsu Don!
As for my SIL, she ordered the Green Tea Soya Bean! She told us, it taste like green tea!! Haha.. good experience on tasting the homemade Japanese food!

Basically the restaurant was different from others where you usually dine! From the outer look of the restaurant to the interior design, it was nice and cosy, calm and welcoming!!

You can see bags and shirts are hanging around the restaurant! They are for sale!! All handmade and done by the owner's gf! Very special!!
Finally a jelly dessert for us!!

Total bill: RM 95.70

Overall, the food is just average, but the molten Choc & Taufu Cheese cake is special! Serving is really slow, as they cook one by one! But will definitely go back for Molten Choc Cake!!!

Add: 1, Lorong Kurau, Bangsar 59100 KL.
Tel: 03-2287 5688
Business Hour:
Business Hour: Tues - Sunday ~ 12pm - 9pm (Closed every Monday - Except Public Holiday & Event Booking!)
Blog: http://pocohomemade.blogspot.com/


Anonymous October 8, 2010 at 2:19 PM  

wa.. the molten is nice to see and nice to eat oooo... i want to go too... next time remember to ajak me ler... ^^


Candygal's Precious Box!! October 8, 2010 at 2:31 PM  

Wen: we can go again next time la...

Yes2Film February 17, 2011 at 4:50 PM  

nice place to go

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