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PitStop Kitchen @ Kuchai Lama

Angeline Wednesday, November 23, 2011 , , ,


PITSTOP CAFE idea come from the Co-owner Chong Ming Luen (formerly an engineer) which he brought in from Singapore and together with his business partner (a chef by profession) start this concept cafe with a cosy and friendly ambient for people to relax and recharge energy, friends gathering point and play interesting board games together and at the same time enjoy great food, desserts and coffee. Urbanites in the Klang Valley are increasingly frequenting cafés that offer food, coffee and as many board games as they can play. Up to date Pitstop Café already had 3 branches in Klang Valley (1st branch in PJ Section 17), is one such eatery where customers not only enjoy a hearty meal of fish and chips, but can bond over a game of Blokus or Taboo while waiting for their food. Pitstop lets their customers sit and play games for as long as they like and for free. They offer over 40 board games, card games and other “party games”  collection from all over the world, including Germany and America.

In Singapore, Pitstop cafe charge customer a fee to play board game but in Malaysia they waive the charges by focusing on their food as the main selling point and also maintain a reasonably price menu, set meal are price in between RM16 - RM20 come with mushroom soup, ice tea, a scopp of ice cream and main course. According to Chong, PitStop is constantly upgrading their menu, PitStop chef who loves improvising his dishes and trying out new things. Chong selects board games for his café by playing them first. He then teaches his staff to play, so that they can in turn explain the games to customers. If a customer comes alone, or don’t have enough people to play a certain game, the staff will sometimes play with them, if they’re not too busy. Pitstop has since opened branches in Serdang and Kuchai Lama.

PitStop Kitchen
Jalan Kuchai Maju 8 (Off Jalan Kuchai Lama),
Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park,
WP Kuala Lumpur 58200

PITSTOP SERDANG
No 8, Jalan PSK 8, Pusat Perdagangan Seri Kembangan,
43300, Seri Kembangan , Selangor
Contact : 012-3515911
Business Hour: 5PM – 3AM (Daily)

PITSTOP PJ
No 672, Jalan 17/8, Section 17,
Petaling Jaya 46400 Selangor
Contact : 03 – 79602421
Business Hour : 11AM – 11.45PM (Daily)
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyPitStopCafe
 
 
Have a cuppa of coffee...relax and chat
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Games....
 
 
 

Kiwi QQ Soda, RM4.90 and Ice Stop Tea, RM5.90
Signature drink in PitStop "Ice Stop Tea" a mixture of Chrysanthemum, Lemon and Honey drink...must try!
 
Mother Fried Rice, RM9.90
Savoury wok taste and good portion size
Mother Fried Rice is actually comes with seafood (squid and prawns) as the picture above, I opted mine for chicken due to I'm allergy to seafood.
 
 
 
Ginger Onion Fish Rice, RM8.90
A little different, fish fillet were coated with dark soy sauce, it doesn't look appealing but tasted good. Slightly caramalised sweet sauce, just good to go with palin rice.
 

Total paid for dinner, RM32.55
 
 

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I am Angeline (Yoga teacher, photographer and blogger). Thank you for reading my posts. My media coverage touches mostly on lifestyle events and focuses on happening scenes in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. I also write food reviews, travel and hotel reviews, KL clubbing reviews and product launches. My other interests include the movies, technology and photography. Subscribe to my facebook page. Contact me via my email at: angel_line78@hotmail.com
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