Good Blue Men @ Seksyen 17, PJ: Cosy Cafe Hidden Among the Neighbourhood of Seksyen 17

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For the past few years, quite a few cafe owners have chosen Seksyen 17 in Petaling Jaya to open their business. It could be the neighbourhood, it could be the students nearby. No matter what is the reason, it is always good news for a foodie like me when there's a new eatery to explore. Recently, I came across a pretty interested cafe named Good Blue Men on Instagram, and gotten a chance to drop by the cafe to try out some of their food.

Good Blue Men doesn't have a huge variety on their menu. A few choices of sandwiches, couple of rice bowls, and some mains to satisfy the meat-lovers. Not only they have different menu choices from others, but you can definitely tell they have put their heart and soul into creating each of their dishes.

Cheezy Meltdown (RM 18). Serves with 3 types of cheeses, sauteed mushroom, hashbrown, tomato, homemade traditional white bread. This is a meltdown indeed! I can't help and started to salivate when I saw the cheese oozing out from the bread. If you love simple cheezy food, this is a must order.

Kam Heong Chicken (RM 21). Homemade kam heong sauce sauce with 13 herbs and spices, chicken breast, Arugula, Japanese cucumber, homemade Oregano toast. Apart from the Chinese dai chow stalls, this is my first time having kam heong in a sandwich form. I'd must say I love the spicy kam heong sauce that goes so perfectly well as a sandwich gravy. Who knew! On top of the Cheezy Meltdown, I've found another new love!

Beef Pineapple (RM 20). Slow cooked beef sauce, pulled beef, pickles, Jalapenos, pineapples, Cranberry toast. Tender and beefy fillings is a winner for me, but I could use without the pineapples. But then again, this is purely my personal preference.

Teriyaki Showdown - Chicken (RM 18). Rice bowl has been my favourite ever since I've discovered the existence of this "convenient" dish! A bowl of rice serves with sweet Teriyaki chicken, soft-boiled egg and some vegetables at the side. Don't forget to mix all the ingredients altogether and make sure you covered them nicely with the runny creamy egg yolk.

Beef Tomato Rice (RM 17). Love your beef bolognese sauce? Then you wouldn't want to miss out on this.

Disaster Platter (RM 17). Milky, choc and matcha pancake with ice cream, brownies, marshmallows and almond nibs. Looking at the stack of pancakes, I was a little bit skeptical over the dessert, but I totally changed my mind after the first bite. The pancakes are light and fluffy yet not too sweet despite all the brownies bits and chocolate sauce dressing. Girls, give this a try!

Blood Jack (RM 15). Sweet-tart pomegranate and lime juice mix with cola and double espresso. A nice play-off between the tangy notes of lime and sweetness of cola in the espresso.

Rusty Latte (RM 11). DON'T STIR OR SHAKE!!! Watch the espresso mix together with the milk as it flows down from the top. The entire process only take seconds but I felt it's pretty therapeutic to watch. LOL!

Espresso Mojito (RM 15). A little bit of fizzy and minty, very refreshing.

Mint To Be (RM 13). Bitter iced coffee at the bottom, fresh mint whipped cream on top. Speaking of mint, if you really love mint AND whipped cream, the Mint To Be might be your cup of coffee.

Although the Good Blue Men doesn't have any vibrant or eye-catching exterior, but good food and coffee are definitely the factors that would make you want to go back again.

To know more updates on Good Blue Men, check out their Facebook and Instagram.

Address: AG-01, Ground Floor, Block A, Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm (Monday to Friday) | 9am to 10pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Contact: +603 7499 7394

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