Welcome to Undisclosed Location.
Here, we celebrate the beautiful marriage of
Asian & Mexican Cuisines.
We are now open:
left picture: brunch menu (opening till 3.30pm)
right picture: all day menu
Click on picture below to see menu:
Monday - Thursday: 12noon till 10pm
Kitchen Closes at 8.30pm
Fridays - Sundays: 11am till 11pm
Kitchen Break at: 3.30pm-5pm
Kitchen Closes at 9.30pm
Using 100% Halal Ingredients & Pork Free Food.
Reservation Terms & Conditions
Reservation Confirmation: Your reservation is confirmed once you receive a confirmation email.
Reservation Changes: If you need to modify your reservation, such as adjusting the number of guests or changing the date or time, please contact us at 012-9026648.
Arrival Time: It's advisable to arrive promptly to ensure your table is held for you. We will only hold your table for a maximum of 10mins.
Dining Time: We have a 90 minutes dining time. Subject to availability, if there are no reservations scheduled for your table immediately after your allotted time, you may be able to continue sitting.
Group Reservations: For larger groups above 12 pax, there may be specific terms and conditions regarding group size, pre-ordering, set menus, or private event requirements. It's advisable to contact us directly at 012-9026648.
Table Seating: Indoor Seating are First Come First Serve Basis and Subject to availability. A reservation does not mean indoor automatically.
NO OUTSIDE CAKES & FOOD. A surcharge will be applied to outside food, including cakes, while corkage fees for wine are set at RM50, and RM100 for spirits and other beverages.
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Let's kickstart the birthday party with a complimentary tequila shots!
Let us know if it's your birthday!
The weekend is almost here, and we're ready to cheers with the Ultimate Refreshment, Corona beer!
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Spice up Negroni Week with a twist – we're adding smoky mezcal to our Negroni for a unique and smoky twist on a classic favorite.
What is Mezcal?
Mezcal is produced from the hearts of agave plants, that resemble giant pineapples, or "piñas" in Spanish, after their arms have been hacked off by hand with machetes.
The piñas, which are high in sugar content, are cut in quarters, then slow-roasted for days underground in earthen ovens lined with lava stones. After being roasted, the piñas are mashed under the weight of a giant stone called a "tahona" that resembles Fred Flintstone's wheel and is pulled by a mule, horse or ox to extract the juice.
The agave juice is fermented in large vats that pull wild yeast from the air.
The fermented agave juice, which tastes similar to kombucha, is poured into copper stills and distilled twice, and sometimes three times. Some producers hang spices, nuts, grains and fruits inside the still during the final distillation to add different notes and flavors produced from vapors.
A raw turkey or chicken breast is also sometimes hung inside the still during a final round of distillation, partly to impart a subtle poultry flavor and partly as a sacrificial rite rooted in the ancient Indigenous cultures of southern Mexico.
The liquid that trickles out of the other end of the still after the final distillation is mezcal.
Click On Picture For Mezcal & Tequila Cocktail Menu
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Join the family!
We’ve built a tightly-knit team that does great work and has a fun time doing it. Some of us were regulars, some worked in the coffee industry, and some joined to be a part of a passionate and close team who share the same love for good food and specialty coffee.
We’re always looking for more awesome people to dive in, crack some jokes, and get their hands dirty with us.
Send in your resume to email@example.com