And here comes another new cafe at PIK. Itadakimasu’s foods had been coloring our Instagram’s feed lately. Especially their Starving Panda. So, we and some #SnapFoodie ‘s members gave this hip-cafe a try last Saturday.
Different from other cafes which are located around Bukit Golf Mediterania, Itadakimasu is located at Elang Laut. They’re in-line with and before Grand Family Hospital. You can spot this cute looking cafe by searching for its cute mascot, Ted, a cute brown bear.
When we walked inside, we were quite amused by their cute bear drawings on the wall. You can spot many cute bear drawings on the wall, especially on their second floor. We choose to seat on the second floor as it has a long table and there weren’t many people there.
Starving Panda, 48k
When we talk about Itadakimasu, the first thing that popped into our head was their cute Starving Panda. Yes! It’s that cute and instagenic panda.
Starving Panda is basically seasoned rice that’s shaped into panda form with their ‘eyes and mouth’ which actually made from seaweed. The ‘pandas’ were served with chicken katsu and curry sauce. Other than the good look, this dish is actually pretty good. The curry was nice with a lil bit spiciness. The katsu was nicely fried resulting a crispy skin and tender inside. Delicious~
Sweet Drugs Churros, 32k
Another instagenic food! Itadakimasu offer you sweet or savory churros. That day, we chose to order the sweet one 😉 The churros is served with three different syringe/injection filled with sweet cheese, chocolate, and matcha/green tea sauce. Before you eat their churros, make sure to inject the filling first 😉 The churros was nice and delicious. It’s not overly sweet and were fluffy.
Mizu Mochi, 32k
Mizu Mochi consist three bouncy water-mochi, grind nuts, taro ice-cream, fruit loops, and maple syrup. At first, we were quite confused on how to eat this dish. So, we decided to mix everything together.
The ice-cream itself was very milky and had a bold taro taste. The water-mochi were great, but we’re not really sure if it’s mochi as it taste more like jelly. However, we thought that the grind nuts didn’t blend well with the mochi and ice cream.
Itadakimasu is another addition to many cafes in Pantai Indah Kapuk area. The foods were pretty delicious. However, we would like to give a little input on their service. The staffs weren’t that helpful and very slow on doing anything, from taking order until during payment. And they also got our order wrong. It would be really nice if their service improve. Let’s eat, Foodies!
Address : Itadakimasu
Ruko Elang Laut Blok D No. 57
Pantai Indah Kapuk
Opening Hours: 11.00 – 21.30