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23 March, 2012

Cinnamon Coffee House @ One World Hotel

Strategically located near the One Utama Shopping Mall, the Cinnamon Coffee House at One World Hotel becomes a hot spot for the weekend High Tea from 12 noon to 4.30pm for the shoppers.

Upon entering the restaurant, I was greeted by a whole pleasing dining ambiance, but you can always go for the garden terrace if you prefer al fresco dining experience.

 #1 Roasted Whole Lamb

To start off, this award-winning restaurant serves an extensive spread of Western cuisine. I love the rosemary grilled potatoes there, so flavourful with the herbs and spices. 

 #2 Chicken Slices

#3 Left: Chicken Terrine ; Right: Mackerel

The usual cold cuts on the buffet line are best served as a starter, after being seasoned with some condiments which bring a lift in flavour.

#4 Fine Assortment of Cold Cuts 

The newly-added sandwich bar which is the brainchild of Chef Israel Lazaroo has received wonderful commendations from guests. Pick your favourite turkey breast ham, beef bacon, tuna, chicken floss, cheese and fresh vegetables, so that the chef can instantly bake you a piece of delicious sandwich.

What a hearty yet filling meal, with a hint of sweetness from the fruit tart!

The restaurant also features an open live cooking kitchen where each dish is served upon ordering. This is a picture of the honorable chef who was cooking my spaghetti, mmm...how aromatic!

#5 Penne a la Carbonara 

The Italian dish here is really creamy with generous amount of cheese, served with cubes of ham and capsicums. Fresh and hot, its luscious bold flavour delights me!

#6 Assorted Sushi and Japanese delicacies

The show kitchens also feature cuisines from Japan, where you can customize your very own handroll of California Temaki or pick some Wakame (Seaweed), Shake (Salmon) and Baby Octopus. 

#7 Top: Penang Char Kuey Teow ; Bottom: Teo Chew Porridge

The Chinese show kitchens are up to replace the hot chaffing dishes at the usual buffet line as well. If you order Loh See Fun or Mee Mamak, it will be ready for you in 5 minutes, and you can see how the chef cooks so quickly!

#8 Homemade Yong Tau Fu 

 #9 Left: Snapper ; Right: Chicken 

Next, let's lavish the hi-tea spread with some Asian delights which come with various ooking styles and sauces to tickle your taste buds.

#10 Left: Deep Fried Crispy Fish with Thai Mango Salad 
Right: Pan Fried Lamb Chop with Kuzi Sauce 

Created with Chef Michael and Chef Zaleha respectively, I'd prefer the succulent lamb chop because of the aromatic, spiced tomatoes sauce. It's indeed an authentic Johor method of cooking!

 #11 Left: Tiger Prawn Sambal with Sticky Rice 
Middle: Laksa Johor ; 
Right: Malaysian Satay, Rendang and Nasi Lemak 

There are more Malay cuisines on the go, showcasing the rich culture of food in this country. The fish-based gravy of Laksa Johor is one of my favourites when its rich soup base comes with thick coconut-milk lush. It appears to be fiery-red, but I can tolerate well with the spiciness there.

#12 Roti Masala

More varieties are found at the Indian counter with a-la-minute Masala thosai and chutney freshly prepared by the chefs. 

#13 Freshly Cut Fruits

Healthy fresh fruits are perfect before indulging myself with the delectable desserts.

#14 Sweetened Almond Seeds with Ginseng

I start off with the Chinese dessert, which I heard it helps in keeping the skin young. The right balance of sweetness is well matched with the aromatic ginseng. 

#15 Chinese Steamed Cake

There are many fluffy Huat Kueh on the buffet line. So soft and warm, I can easily pop one into my mouth.

#16 Left: Apam Balik 
Middle: Kuih Nyonya ; 
Right: Roti Jala

Next, we move to the traditional Malay desserts, which are highly sweetened to satisfy the sweet tooth! I love the Kuih Kaya of the Nyonya style the most, as I savour every bite of the fragrant coloured glutinuos rice.

#17 Assorted Doughnuts

#18 Left: Chocolate Brownies 
Middle: Red Velvet Cake ; 
Right: Fruity Pudding

The restaurant also serves up a myriad of irresistible delicacies in very petite size, the wide assortment of mouthwatering desserts will leave you spoilt for choice. 

#19 Crepes Suzette

A thin slice of French-styled crepe with the fairly thick caramelized orange sauce leaves a tangy flavour along with a hint of sweetness from the chocolate chips. What a sweet seduction!

#20 Left: Chocolate Mousse 
Middle: Baked Cheese Cake ; 
 Right:  Red Velvet Cake

At the pastry corner located at the entrance of the restaurant, a variety of delicious cakes are on sale. If you'd love to buy a whole cake home, the flavours available are very extensive too.

#21 Chocolate Fondue

For chocolate lovers, indulge in their heavenly chocolate fountain with a variety of fruits and marshmallow dips which is a favourite not only amongst kids but adults as well.

#22 Bubble Milk Tea of Assorted Flavours

The buffet line is so extensive that they even have dim sum, pizza, rojak, nasi kandar, garden salad; The list is endless! 

So give yourself a boost during the weekend, and make your way to Cinnamon Coffee House for its Weekend High Tea. Let your tastebuds run wild with the wide spread local and international cuisine for only RM63++ for adult (RM32++ per child aged 4-12 years) during normal weekends or RM70++ for adult (RM35++ per child) during Public Holidays!

1. In my opinion, the buffet spread has a really wide choices for all. Too many choices leave me with no choice sometimes, as I have no idea of which to grab.
2. The foodstuff from the live cooking corners are especially good mainly because of its freshness.
3. This award-winning restaurant can easily defeat others of the same line for its value for money and strategic location.

Cinnamon Coffee House
Concourse Level, One World Hotel,
First Avenue, Bandar Utama City Centre,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact: 603-7681 1166 / 1157
GPS: 101° 37' 1" E, 3°8' 51" N
Operating Hours: 6am to 1am daily


  1. Heyy!!! that chinese steamed pau makes me salivating ehhh~~~ >.< i havent taken dinner yet...><

    1. hi Eunice, hope you can enjoy the pau for dinner :P

  2. The lamb was huge!
    There're so much variety eh...

  3. Replies
    1. hi Small Kucing, totally agree with you :)

  4. Replies
    1. hi Bernard, enough for days and months! :P

  5. That lamb looks like a camel. ahahahahaha

    1. hi Kelvin, oh really? Perhaps the presentation is a little different from the usual ones.

  6. oooh, i think that delicious-looking lamb could probably feed nearly 50 customers? lots of meat, heheh! i wonder if there's a spare lamb in the kitchen if the one outside is finished :D

    1. hi Sean, thanks for your comment and I guess the lamb will last for days for the diners ;)

  7. Gorgeous and awesome spread of food and I want the roasted lamb so badly.

    1. hi Nava, the lamb is indeed good, too bad I couldnt have any :(

  8. Replies
    1. hi Nikel, but my small tummy can't fit them all.

  9. wow!! what a huge array of food!! have not been having buffet for quite some time already.. nice to go there but ended up cannot eat much, wasted the money, haha!!

    1. hi SK, try going there with empty stomach and Malaysian mind, then perhaps you will feel the value of money throughout the meal :P

  10. Tried it's buffet once when I had a seminar in the hotel few years ago. Too many choices to choose from, can't finish tasting all the dishes. But I would love to go back there again.

    1. hi Rose, indeed you should :) there'll be more varieties coming up from time to time!

  11. The Roasted Lamb caught my attention the most. I will certainly love to have that for my main course!

    1. hi Darran, yes i bet one whole succulent lamb leg would be enough to satiate your gastronomy :)

  12. wah... my saliva dropping.. thanks for sharing this food place~

    1. Hi Mr Lonely, thanks for your support too!

  13. Replies
    1. Hi Mireia, hope you can satisfy your gastronomical needs with the food I've recommended there ;)

  14. That's a lot of food. I don't think I can decide what I want to eat too...

    1. Hello there, exactly! I'm facing the same dilemma too :)

  15. Replies
    1. Hello there, do you mean the food or the pictures? :)

  16. That is one fancy "coffee house"! Great photos!

  17. Ya...I would settle for fewer choices and a more affordable price...like RM45 nett perhaps. Used to be the standard price before, not anymore.

    1. hi Arthur, the hike in price has affected everything including the hotel industry :( i prefer lesser varieties too, so that I can truly enjoy having each of them.

  18. Replies
    1. hi Meitzeu, you mean the varieties or the good presentation?

  19. wow..must go there when I'm in KL next..

  20. Love buffet and also hate buffet. I love hitea, but scare putting on weight. Aunty can't afford to eat much, due to low metabolism rate.

    1. hi Sheoh Yan, that's the downside of unlimited supply of foodstuff. I think I have low metabolism too -.-

  21. I wish I can have bigger stomach to try all the desserts!

    1. hi Choi Yen, pay another visit there to try out one by one then :P

  22. fuyoh! the food... *speechless* =D

  23. wow the lamb must be very big....

  24. That is unbelievable. I'm never seen such an enormous range. I think I would be overwhelmed and not know where to start. So many choices! xx

    1. Hi there, that's true indeed I have the same thought as yours!

  25. Drool drool drool... so many foods! definitely should give it a try one day!

    1. hi Daniel, be quick before the promotion ends!


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