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64% Off Manadonese Desserts + Drink at ROA by Jovian Mandagie for RM12

[64% Off] Manadonese Desserts + Drink at ROA by Jovian Mandagie for RM12

[Grab it now with RM12.00 @ Groupon]

Desserts are known to provide a sense of inexpressible comfort, much like pillow hugs and discovering that your rival has developed an allergy to cakes and ice cream. Revenge gets naturally sweeter with today’s Groupon: for RM12, you get two Manadonese desserts and a drink (RM33 value) at ROA by Jovian Mandagie, valid at two outlets in Shah Alam and Bangsar.

Meal includes

  • 2x desserts, choose from:
    Klapertart (RM10.50 value)
    Poco-poco (RM5 value)
    Kukis kelapa (RM4 value)
    Panada (RM4 value)
    Panakuk (RM4 value)
    Lalampa (RM4 value)
    – ROA puff (RM3.50 value)
  • 1x coffee or tea (RM12 value)

Dessert choices in Bangsar outlet is limited and subject to availability.

ROA by Jovian Mandagie

Reaching into his Manado roots, Jovian Mandagie – who is half-Indonesian and half-Malaysian – has built his fashion empire and is now taking a step into the culinary world. Named after a subspecies of swordfish found around Manado, Roa’s food – tailored for Malaysian taste buds – uses fresh herbs and ingredients, some of which are flown right from the Sulawesi capital.

Recipes from Jovian’s grandmother in Indonesia make an appearance in the menu, created and hand-picked by the fashion designer himself. Delicacies from the typically spicy Manadonese cuisine include ayam rica-rica, cumi cah, and kuah asam. Those on a diet may flag any of the servers to request for a JM diet meal, which is not on the menu, for a low-calorie bite.

ROA by Jovian Mandagie does not serve pork or alcohol on its menu.

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Panada

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Panakuk

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Kukis Kelapa

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Lalampa

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Reviews

ROA by Jovian Mandagie has been featured in the New Straits Times.

Don-t skip the -ayam tuturuga,- a savoury-sourish coconut milk curry with chicken & creamy potatoes. – Oct 14, 2014
Sean Yoong

A bit pricey for the portion but damn the food is great and spicy. Spicy food lovers should really try the foods here – Dec 15, 2014
Farahuda A.

The restaurant Roa by Jovian Mandagie is a bit on the pricey side, but if you want some seriously authentic Manadonese chilli then this is the only place to enjoy it. – Nov 23, 2014
DewiRatna