Friday, March 27, 2015

WichDay Cafe @ Taman Connaught, Cheras

The cafe business in the busy neighbourhood of Taman Connaught at Cheras may not be as brisk as those in PJ or KL, but we have recently found one that is worth visiting without burning a hole in the pocket.

WichDay Cafe, named after its famous sandwiches and toasts, is easily noticeable from the main road. But finding a parking here can be tricky especially during weekdays.

It feels like a dreamland here! Be greeted by a medley of colorful carousel-inspired decors adorning every corner of the cafe, surrounded by painted walls with hand-drawn carousel images.

This cute themed cafe is more family-friendly and its cosy little space is perfect for those who would like to have birthday parties or special functions for their little ones.

Iced Mocha @ RM10.90 / Iced Green Tea Latte @ RM9.90

Don't expect to have specially crafted hand-brewed coffee here but the basic coffee staples are decent enough to satisfy your daily dose of caffeine.

For those who don't take coffee, plenty of choices are available ranging from hot tea, fruit juices to the house special chocolate blends. My creamily thick green tea latte is fairly priced, and I enjoy the bittersweet aftertaste of the Japanese-imported green tea powder. 

Among the hot food items, the highly recommended ones are dessert toasts including banana chocolate, nutella peanut, green kaya lava and green tea toast. 
Wich Toasting Day @ RM13.90

A nice variation from the usual English breakfast platter, WichDay serves the hearty combination of cheese-layered chicken ham, fried egg, sauteed mushrooms and baked beans on a slice of thick toast.

The toast itself is heavily buttered, soft and melts perfectly in the mouth. But I find it a tad salty and doesn't pair well with the honey drizzles on the side.

Pandora Box @ RM16.90

For dessert toast, Pandora Box is definitely a must-try! Crowned with airy, whipped cream, we are surprised by the generous toppings of the crispy baked toast box such as two scoops of ice creams, marshmallows, chewy glutinous rice balls and fruits.

Open it up by cutting both corners of the toast, and you'll find honey-sweet crispy cubed toast in it. It reminds me of bread croutons in terms of texture and size but it falls heavier on the buttery and sweet tastes.

I love how it retains its crispiness despite of being left for some time.

What a beautiful mess!

Miss Pinky (Rose Pancake)

Fascinated by the beautifully presented mini pancakes topped with lychee, strawberry, maple syrup and raspberry ice cream, I realize it's my first time having pink pancakes! 

The sweet color comes from rose syrup, which adds a nice touch to the soft, crisp-edged pancakes. It already tastes great on its own but if you prefer a sweeter version, a drizzle of maple syrup will definitely do a great job.

Apart from homemade cakes, they also serve pasta and value set lunches, if you need something more filling. But I'd prefer having different flavours of toasts during my next visit!

1. Definitely a cheaper alternative for cafe hoppers who love desserts and toasts.
    Coupled with friendly staff, quick service and homey ambiance, I am a happy customer here.
2. Food wise, the quality is acceptable for the price and portion served.
3. Recommended: Pandora Box, Rose Pancake, Signature Toasts

Wichday Cafe
195, Jalan Sarjana,
Taman Connaught,
56000 Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 012-2149061 (Business hour only)
Instagram: @wichday

Business Hours:
Mon - Tue: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wed: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu - Fri: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm


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