There are no strangers here; Only friends you haven’t yet met.
– William Butler Yeats
This is one similar quote that we noticed almost immediately on the wall of Strangers at 47.
We were really impressed with how restaurateurs could come up with their café’s name so creatively.
Strangers at 47
We were all strangers until we meet and become friends. So that’s the treatment you will get here. Very friendly service, like they have known us already.
What’s cooking at Strangers?
Crepes are fantastic. Not only do they provide endless stuffing possibilities: savoury, sweet and everything in between, the crepes are made à la minute for even more freshness in their kitchen. Places that specialize in crepes are not as ubiquitous in Klang Valley as they are in Paris, but we do have a few gems. And we thought Strangers at 47 are one of them.
The fillings definitely go far past the regular banana, honey, and Nutella!
A gourmet menu of sweet and savoury varieties, along with a healthy range of fresh fruit juices and coffee to assuage any gluttony guilt. Happiness is just one crepe away ! It’s perfect crepe goodness with a variety of crepes choices and not just dessert crepes.
One can have crepes as a main meal too 🙂
Their pretty barista in action 🙂
Their poured coffee was pretty good too! We love 🙂
Flat White – RM9
Pure Juices by Smooshie are available here too.
Orange + Pineapple + Mango – RM7
Lethal Shrooms – RM19.50
Lightly herbed crepe, with a mixture of mushrooms: portobello, shimeji, baby king oyster mushrooms, spinach, caramelised onions, tomato relish, poached eggs & drizzled with balsamic reduction.
We have quite a thing for mushrooms and looking at the menu with these combinations just lured us more. Truly, it was really memorable. The flavoursome earthy taste combines very well with so many mixtures of other flavours too: the sourish balsamic reduction & tomato relish, sweet taste from caramelised onions with the added texture of the runny poached eggs & spinach.
Shore To Please – RM21.50
Savoury crepe, cajun tiger prawns, battered squid, spinach, caramelised onion, roasted cherry tomato & salted egg yolk. Another crepes with lots of different textures. The crunch from prawns, crispy squids, soft onions & spinach with the clever use of salted egg yolk for the saltish aftertaste. Yumm!
There are so many desserts to choose from and each is named creatively such as the It’s Kelapa, Red Riding Hood, Purple Rage and there’s more.
I was craving for chocolate and so we settled for the Dark Side.
Dark Side – RM10
Chocolate crepe, dark chocolate spread, white chocolate curls, orange caramel topped with vanilla ice cream.
Served on a cold plate, we get tender crepes and a creamy rich chocolate filling! With a scoop of ice cream, it improved both the flavour and texture 🙂
We’re in love. Madly, deeply, head-over-heels in love.
With their crepes & coffee 🙂
Strangers at 47
47, Jalan 17/45,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: +603 7497 2409
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm
Closed on Tuesdays