Haikara Style Café & Bakery @ Subang Jaya

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is something I love having during the weekend. With a bunch of crazy friend, enjoy a great cuppa with some savouries as well as desserts; and chit-chatting over the table for the whole morning… till late.

and for this round, the ideal brunch place would be…


Haikara Style Café & Bakery


Located at the ground floor of E-Tiara Service Apartment, just next to Subang Avenue.
This café is run by a Japanese couple from Nagoya, serving quality home-cooked style Japanese and fusion dishes. Cozy ambiance, just right for one to stay there til late; come with a book/novel/magazine, if you love to.




Ring the bell, and you will be attended.


Mango Yogurt (Rm 9.90)


Ice Mocha (Rm 10.90)


“Sumiyaki” coffee (original) (Rm 6.90)
The house special brewed from charcoal roasted coffee beans. Heavily roasted with smoky hint. It was a good cuppa to me. And You will love it if you love something strong.


They prepare coffee in Japanese siphon style coffee maker too!


Cheese omelette (Rm 5.90)
Australian mozzarella cheese and cream omelette. It was rich and creamy, a perfect protein dish for the morning.


Chicken Katsu Sandwich (Rm 13.90)
Deep fried breaded chicken topped with choices of sauce such as mayonnaise, mustard or mix and served with wedges and side salad.


We heart this the most. Crispy breaded chicken sandwiched in between thick slices of toasted white bread. Yummy!


Creamy chicken gratin with macaroni (Rm 17.90)
The portion seems small, but very filling.


Chicken and cheese roll (Rm 13.90)
Fried homemade breaded chicken and cheese roll served with wedges and side salad. Made with chicken breast, it was a bit too dry to my liking.

Not to miss out their baked goods too! We had the Melon Pan (Rm 2.90) earlier before the food was served; which was a superb bread to munch on.


Matcha Roll (Rm 6.90)


Charcoal Roll (Rm 6.90)


Lovely rolls decorated with fruits and cream. The Matcha roll was something interesting; sandwiched with delicious custard cream, red bean paste, mochi and the tiny tangy tangerine bits and finally topped with fluffy cream. Their rolls would be a bit ordinary and dry if without the creams and fruits and all. With all these bits touched on and in the rolls, the cake rolls become fluffy and creamy; something great to go along with a hot cup of coffee or tea.


So, what’s your plan on coming weekend? Already planned one? Share with me!

Haikara Style Cafe & Bakery
Casa E-Tiara (Ground Floor) SS16/1,
47500 Subang Jaya
Tel: +603-5630 0743
Business hours:
Tue – Thu 11.00am – 11.00pm
Fri – Sat 10.00am – 11.00pm
Sun 10.00am – 6.30pm
Closed on Mondays

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