Mighty Monster: Photoshopped Slice Of Life

I like to think that I’m a sum product of my seamlessly filtered thoughts. That, as I scroll with mindless abandon through the thoroughly vetted revolving social media machine, it is from a place of neutrality that I put my friends and loved ones in preconceived boxes. Surfing off the bank of Hawaii? Way sway. Watching Game of Thrones? Sway but lesser so. That being said, my native high school-esque need for a sense of belonging took me to the quaint shores of Mighty Monster. Equipped with an unhealthy dose of self-importance, shameless shame and (admittedly) a juvenile devotion to showing the non-believers I got that Insta game… I took the deep dive.

There’s something about liberal litterings of pop culture references(Think outside the box. Classic) about the premises that really gets the Insta-trigger happy hands twitching. Get in line, nerd. And the line starts where I stand and ends where Instagram no longer has a place in our flushed & filtered out society, which if my algebraic knowledge? fails me not, is between never gonna happen and definitely never gonna happen. Unpopular opinion? Talk to me when Kim Kardashian ain’t rocking top 6 on followers count.

Duck Ramen

The Sweet Escape

The Monster Burger

Spicy Miso Ramen

Refreshing Mocktails

Slow Cooked Beef Short Rib

Roasted Herb Chicken

Mac and Cheese

Dulce de Leche Lava Cake

What’s In It For Me?

Mighty Monster, following a long line of Millennial-friendly establishment, heavily accented to induce a frenzy of picture orgies, delivers on its assumed mission statement – paraphrased just a tad for the “cool kid” in you: “Ayo, this place be bumpin. We got good food and a dope scenery”. Slang notwithstanding, self-imposed as a brunch establishment, Mighty Monster doubles over as an all-around-the-clock hall of famer. Obviously, if we’re abiding by the parental rules of dining, starting with a dessert-y dish is the way to go. The Sweet Escape, a physical manifestation of heaven on earth, encourages a sugar-induced coma. And you’ll thank em for it.  Follow that with a monstrous contraption aptly named “The Monster Burger”(beef brisket patty, creamy mac & cheese, sunny-side up egg, iceberg lettuce, fresh tomatoes, pickled jalapenos with a secret sauce in between charcoal buns and a side of rustic potatoes) or dip into one(or two) of their delectable ramen dishes. Proceed to ride slowly into the night resting on your Insta laurels.

Address: MyTown Shopping Centre, G-019, Ground floor,, No. 06, Jalan Cochrane, Seksyen 90, Cheras, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 03-9201 6132
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