Thirty Seconds might be your favourite neighbourhood cafe if you reside near sri damansara. A cozy cafe located in a housing area. A cafe run by the Phua family who has been having a dream of owning a cafe.
Ample cozy seats for those catch up sessions and makan sessions with friends.
They have staffs who are knowledgeable about their coffee.
Lemonade (RM 6) A nice refreshing drink as a thirst quencher. Be sure to mix it well 😛
As for the bar, the sons are in charge. The son is in a world wide latte art competition this year.
Their good, strong, hot cup of espresso is critical enough to pair up well with the cold vanilla ice cream.
A perfectly fine looking mocha with a beautiful latte art on it.
Fatty Rice(rm 10)
Fragrant rice in coconut milk served with a flavourful sambal and unique fried chicken. HMMMMM, nasi lemak? Chinese styled nasi lemak to be exact. Less fatty compared to the traditional ones. The fried chicken was good, cause who can say no to fried chicken man? The sambal was unique too. Not your typical sambal from those malay stall. Try it yourself.
Baked Eggs (rm 16) Sausage, bell pepper, mushroom and chili flakes in delicious curry baked with mozzarella cheese. Served with ciabatta bread. I really liked the curry, it was seasoned well, a bit salty for my taste bud tho. Overall, it was a nice dish, but it can do well without the sausage and I would prefer if it was real chicken meat instead of processed 😛 but what more could I ask for haha.
Homemade Mushroom Soup & Garlic Bread (RM8)
Mushroom Soup was really good. So delicious and I can’t get enough of it. Not too creamy and everything is just right with the portion.
Creamy Curry Chicken Pasta (RM13)
Linguine with chicken chunks, chill and onions; topped with an exotic creamy curry finish. Curry is flavourful enough and it’s more like a local kind of pasta.
Chicken Pesto Pasta (RM15)
Spaghetti with chicken, cheery tomatoes, onions and our savoury pesto sauce. To be honest, the pasta doesn’t taste really like pesto, it’s more like aloe vera taste haha. But it’s still quite good for me eventho I’m not a pesto fan.
Sodium Oatmeal (RM9)
Piping, hot oatmeal served with savoury chicken & mushrooms. Not an oatmeal fan too but i enjoy this dish. It tastes more like porridge hehehe. A decent Chinese styled porridge.
Aroi Seafood Pasta (RM18)
Squid Ink Spaghetti served with fried squid with an Asian taste profile. Still prefer the pastas above over squid ink pasta haha cause I personally don’t enjoy squid ink pasta. But you could give it a try if you’re a squid ink fans.
Address: 7, Jalan Margosa SD 10/4a, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia
Hours: 8am – 9pm (Thursday – Monday)
Phone:+60 3-2632 3919