This place is famous for their delicious house cocktails that many have said are too dangerously easy to drink
We got to try a few and were already in love from the first drink, which is the Yuzu Sour (RM43) - a combination of citrus gin, triple sec, yuzu puree, and some lime juice. It was sweet, a little sour, and really, really refreshing.
The Nangka Daiquiri (RM38) made out to be an easy pleaser too, with its fragrant in-house jackfruit rum, lime juice, and a pinch of sugar.
Clockwise, from left: Yuzu Sour, Nangka Daiquiri, Peanut Butter, and Zen Green Tea.
The crowd-favourite Peanut Butter (RM40) is a glass of hazelnut liqueur, peanut butter, milk, egg whites, and vanilla syrup, all topped with a touch of grated nutmeg. This was really good in that it was rich and creamy, yet not overly indulgent.
Another best-seller was the Zen Green Tea (RM43) which tasted really soothing but did pack a good punch with a splash of gin and elderflower liqueur.
However, nothing beats Soma's alcoholic take on our favourite Malaysian desserts.
And if you're on a budget, these are good choices too.
First up is the Tau Fu Fah (RM15) cocktail. We were really impressed with how smooth the homemade beancurd was, and it tasted amazing paired with dark rum and either one of the brown sugar and ginger syrups.
Jason told us that we'd have to be at their bar early for this, as they make limited servings per day and they sell out really fast.
Tau Fu Fah is served with either brown sugar or ginger syrup and both were good.