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This place is Instagram worthy, and perhaps the only Instagram worthy place in Johor.

The lighting is perfect, the color selection of the interior and the tasteful rustic and industrial furniture is just a step above everything else.

Most Cafés feel either too cluttered and messy or very sparse and famished.

Image cooker strikes a perfect balance of decor and style.

Not to mention their vegan selection is good enough for a carnivorous being like myself.

RM100
Lamb, chicken kebabs, chicken shish taouk, half grilled chicken, and lubnani bread.

If you ever want to experience star Hadramout in a single dish, this is it.

Beyond members get this with every main dish ordered.

It's a sweet dessert that is perfect to end the very large meal we had just now.

RM22
Think soup, but it's more lamb than liquid.

This delicious clay pot filled with meaty spiced goodness is to be eaten with bread, and it's basically your entire day's worth of protein in one really delicious serving.

RM29
Tabbouleh, hummus, muttabal, salad, Baba ghanoush, and fattoush (hey the last two rhymes)
This itself is already like a whole meal, made with super foods and decorated with olives, no wonder everyone is so big and healthy in the middle East.

This family meal is about RM180 and is able to feed a family of 6.

Also they're on Beyond so you get free Kunafa as dessert which is nice.

The rice platter is the star of the show, as the silky savoury mix of Madghout, Mandi and Maqlouba is so filling! The lamb, the chicken.. ITS ALL GOOD!

Do you love Pina coladas~?

You don't? Then try this Mojito.

Fruity, fresh and minty.

Also kinda pricey

But this mix does pack a massive punch. One glass is enough to get you going.

Prawn flavourer crackers... I think.

A little pricey at RM19, but the serving size is massive and this makes for a great bar bite

Breaking news! Prawn meat goes incredibly well with mee rebus sauce!

The interior of the prawn (which was already flavoured with a sweet and sour sauce) absorbs the flavour of the mee rebus sauce.

This affords a sweet, savoury and mildly spicy package to the prawn meat.

Take the legendary mee rebus, and add some crispy fried chicken to it.

The fried chicken is spiced with a very feint aroma of fennel, coriander and cumin.

It's a peach fruit tea.

For those who fear excessive sweetness, rest assured, this is not a diabetes inducing beverage.

Mildly sweet, with the main flavour coming from the natural fruity taste.

Made with grapefruit extract and concentrated tea.

This drink will perk you up even during the hottest of afternoons.

A welcomed treat after slurping down their signature mee rebus