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Serving whimsical creations, The Good Batch indeed serves a bunch of good food.  The menu is extensive, from appetizers (RM 17 – RM 19), to snacks (RM 14 to RM 19), to all day mains (RM 23 – RM 29) and a dinner menu from 6 pm onwards (RM 29 – 52).  We tried the “The Good Stuff” (RM 25); a pyramid of fluffy French brioche, sandwiching mango slices and shaved coconut, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side.  This dessert-material is amusingly listed under “mains”, but hey, there’s nothing wrong with having ice cream for breakfast or lunch.

Address: 53, Jalan SS 21/1A, Damansara Utama

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