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The Culture Pot


Expect a mix of cuisines as the cafe name suggests.  A mix of cuisines; a mix of cultures.  Don’t be surprised to see briyani, pastas, vegetarian adobo and turkey panini on the same page of the menu.  The Chicken Adobo Wrap (RM 10.90) is pleasant though too salty for me; while the Soba Salad (RM 8) is comforting and refreshing.  Nothing fancy here but everything is super affordable with nothing over RM 14.90.


Address : 15 , Jalan SS 21 / 37, Damansara Utama.

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