A year ago, I was recommended to this cafe owned by Japanese which is located within walking distance from Subang Parade, and finally get to try it few months back. Located just below E-Tiara service apartment (if ain't sure of location, look out for Subang Avenue which is just next to it).
Had their home made mushroom soup. It was ok.
The chef puts high importance in choosing only the purest and best for its raw ingredients, including some homemade tomato paste for pasta... Had the Fisherman Style Tomato Pasta, (the original calls for Spicy, which can be requested for otherwise), which carries a slight sourness in its paste. Overall, decent fulfillment to appetite.
Another pasta dish that we had was the Seafood Pasta. With enough garlic and herbs used, the pasta was fragrant with the ingredients used.
Frankly, we were looking forward more to the dessert. So we had what caught our eyes earlier..
The Charcoal Strawberry roll was dense, and like the freshness of cream with strawberry.
Liked the slight burnt sugar on top of the cheesecake, and it has just the right texture and creaminess to it.
Boasting roasted coffee from Brazil, Columbia, Tanzania, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Sumatra, Kenya, the meal wouldn't be complete without a cup of coffee.
As I liked the ambiance, I will return for the coffee and pastries, however, not so much the main meal.
Haikara Style Cafe & Bakery
E-Tiara Ground Floor,
Jalan Kemajuan SS16/1,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Business Hours :
11am-11pm (Tue-Thu), 10am-11pm ( Fri-Sat), 10am-6.30pm (Sun)
Closed on Mondays
Tel : 03-5630 0743
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org