The name of this new café doesn’t evoke images of cosy Sunday brunches with the family; but it’s a real gem with a surprisingly succinct menu. Named after a Santana tune (no dark magic connotations here) and located in Desa Pandan, Soul Sacrifice presently offers just five dishes. They’re all good so maybe the young crew running it have realised that it’s better to offer a few perfected menu items than a host of wannabes.
It’s a small space, but well put together with an open kitchen, semi-exposed brick walls, black and white tiled floors, and outdoor seating in the front of the restaurant.
Try the Duck Hunt (omelette with stir-fried duck and plum filling, served with toast, beetroot purée and salad) and the Seven a Side (Mediterranean beef kebabs with quinoa tabbouleh, toasted flatbread and garlic aioli). Healthy eating is catered for with brown rice, quinoa and alfalfa sprouts; the chef is also open to tweaking dishes to vegetarian versions if you request. End your meal with the coffee, which is really very good.
|Venue name:||Soul Sacrifice||Contact:|
38 Jalan 4/76C
|Opening hours:||Mon-Tue & Fri, 7.30am-7.30pm; Sat-Sun, 8am-8pm|