Sep 16, 2019

Ahh-Yum By Kampong Kravers @ Bukit Damansara KL

Malaysian food on Malaysia Day. Food does bring everyone together. Don't you think so too?


Ahh-Yum is Kampong Kraver's latest foray into the Malaysian food scene, serving Malaysian comfort food and nostalgic local delicacies, at an affordable price point, and in a comfortable setting.

There are 2 outlets to date - Bukit Damansara (here) and Institut Jantung Negara. Apart from dining-in, there's also an option to order online via Grabfood or Ahh-Yum's Official Website (10% OFF online orders using promo code <<CUBADULU10>> ends 30 Sept 2019).

The Malaysia Day Promotion officially starts TODAY! Offering a range of new delicacies!
• Kueh Ahh-Neka • Nasi Ahh-Yum Hainan • Lobak • Samosa Potato Lentil • Sirap Bandung •
Only available at the Bukit Damansara Outlet.

Breakfast? Lunch? Or Tea?
At the counter, Malaysian snacks and delicacies available for dining-in and for takeaway.
The restaurant setting is very simple and casual, don't expect anything fancy-pancy. I felt the lighting was a little dim inside, so I picked a table outdoors instead.

The Food Menu here consists of variety of very familiar Malaysian dishes, from mainly homemade Malay flavors, to Chinese dim sum and even kaya and butter toasts. All food served here are prepared using Halal ingredients.

On a side note, Ahh Yum strives on a promise of no added MSG, no added preservatives and no added artificial colouring. Great, no more thirsty aftermeals.

By now, if you've not had a taste of Kampong Kravers' famous Karipaps (RM3.50 - Chicken & Egg or Sardine) and Samosas, I suggest you do so immediately.
I used to have this Vegetable Masala Samosa (RM3.00) for breakfast everyday.
The Nasi Basmathi Ahh Wsome (RM29.90) was a feast on it's own. The ayam berempah was crispy and additive; the kambing bakar was rich and flavorsome; the sambal sotong was fiery; the blue pea flower basmathi rice was fragrant. Although this was the most expensive dish on the menu, portion came rather huge. This was delicious. 
Soto is one of my favorite Malay dish, and I thought that their rendition of Soto Ahh Yum (RM15.90) was pretty well done. There were a plethora of ingredients in the bowl - chicken soup with hints of tumeric and herbs, was hearty and had a tinge of sweetness, and the deep fried potato balls and condiments added texture to the overall dish.
Another mush-have here, Tofu Ahh Yum (RM7.90/4pcs or RM12.90/8pcs). Deep fried into a golden brown color and stuffed with potato fillings, you must have this with the sambal hitam at the side. The sauce is fiery - so take note.
For drinks, I ordered the Iced Lemongrass Pandan Ginger (RM6.90) - definitely a refreshing treat especially amidst the hazy weather, whereas my friend had the Iced Milo Kaw (RM7.90). Ahh, average.
For dessert, I had the quintessential Malaysian favorite, Goreng Pisang Sesame with Ice Cream (RM8.90). Ahh Yum's rendition took a modern twist, with sesame sprinkles and vanilla ice cream served at the side. 

Did I just had late lunch or was this considered tea? Did I over order again? Just saying... I was too stuffed to have dinner.

Nevertheless, I had a nice and simple Malaysian meal at Ahh Yum today. I would recommend dropping by if you happen to have craving for some good old Malay comfort food and live within the vicinity of Bukit Damansara area.

Thank you again for having me.


Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers is located at :
Address : 73, Jalan Setia Bakti, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Phone : 03-2011 2530
Email : info@ahhyum.com
Opening Hours : 8am - 10pm Daily.
Website : https://www.ahhyum.com/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Ahh-Yum-by-Kampong-Kravers-187222565482080/
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ahh_yum/

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