A Quick Snack In San Francisco
Of course, I didn't mean by boarding a plane to fly all the way to San Francisco just to have a quickie snack. This San Francisco is indeed, right in the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. Mum and I were shopping around KLCC, it was late afternoon, mum hadn't eaten anything all day so we dropped by San Francisco Cafe. The seating area has expanded to accommodate more patrons, which I think is very nice. People either have light meals there or just relaxing with a cup of coffee, clicking away their mouse surfing the latest website.
Since it was nearly dinner time too but not quite so (we still need to do a little of shopping), so instead of going for heavy meals, mum ordered soup of the day (which's always mushroom soup!) (RM5.95), and a vegetarian pie (RM5.95).
Do you know when you're hungry, you'll just eat everything and anything, regardless if you like the food or not. I think mum was pretty hungry, because when I asked how was the soup, and the little bread taste like, she said, " Mmm, good, good." Mum hardly eats western food, she doesn't like western type of soup too, let alone creamy mushroom soup. But she just slurp, slurp... she could hardly wait when I took a while to snap these pictures. Oh, the soup... just the ordinary Campbell mushroom soup, I wonder if they did use the Campbell brand.
Next, the vegetarian pie. They have Chicken filling and veggie filling. Ever since the bird flu scare, mum is very cautious on eating chicken, if she has a choice, chicken will be on the bottom of her list. The picture taken above, it was supposed to be upside down, cuz on top of the pie embossed a letter V, not A, as the way you're seeing it now.
The pie, well, the pie was good, the same old reply "Mmm... good, good." Mum has tried this vegetarian pie before and if she tried it a second time, it must be good. Well, that is, if you're not craving for meat that day, then perhaps this pie is just what you need.
Whenever I was at San Francisco, I'd ordered fruit Frappaccino. Well, I used to love ice-blended everything (except coffee related and chocolate drink), cold drink was my cup of tea. But as I grow older, my body just couldn't take cold drinks anymore. I settled finally on just a cup of hot water. Err... for free.
San Francisco Coffee
KLCC, Lot 134, Level 1
Tel: 03-2382 7322