The Touch n Go Cafe Experience

Once in a while you come across something by accident that you want to share with people. A few days ago, we were in the Bangsar South area and running out of Touch n Go credit. Seeing a Touch n Go signage, we had decided to go to their office and reload. The security guard led us to an area full of electronic kiosks. First of all, we didn’t know you could reload the TnG card from kiosks. Okay, insert RM50 into the slot and taadaa! Our TnG card was loaded. Took less than a minute.

Surprisingly there was also a cafe there. (Maybe TnG wanted to create an out-of-the-box experience for their customers?) Being the hungry people we always are, we decided to try it out. The unique thing was you can only pay using TnG card. (Since we’ve got some new balance in the card, why not try them out right?) The cafe has some nice food like rice sets with chicken curry and vegetables, nasi lemak, nasi daging salai masak cili api, roti jala, a lot of kuih muih, bihun goreng, teh tarik and drinks, fresh fruits, and much much more.

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The friendly cafe worker delivered our order. We were quite surprised at the low price offered. (TnG subsidy?) Anyways, the food was generous and quite yummy for the price. Check out what we had below:

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(Above: Sandwiches to go!)

 

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(Above: Non-spicy bihun goreng wrapped in banana leaf.)

 

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(Above: Rice set with chicken curry, sambal and terung. Yummeh!)

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(Above: Some curry puff and kuih katayap)

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(Above: Cheap price, compared to the other food in the area)

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 (Above: They only accept TnG cards. Hmm, would have been problematic if we didn’t have our card with us. Suggestion to TnG: Please accept cash also.)

We didn’t know the cafe was a ‘grab & go’ concept. We ordered quite a bit, but had difficulty in eating as there was no proper eating tables. There was a small table and bench though, so we ate there instead. (We also noticed there was no signages indicating the cafe. Maybe it was new and they haven’t put it up?)

Overall, it’s a decent cafe. Food is good and cheap with friendly service. Teh tarik was good also. Check them out if you’re ever in the Bangsar South area. Oh yeah, don’t forget to bring your Touch n Go card.

 

 

 

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