Invited Review: Croissant Delicatessen, Hartamas Shopping Centre

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 18 February 2015 10:12 pm
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Got an invitation from Oliver of Croissant Delicatessen to try out sandwiches with croissant as base in his 2-weeks old shop. Their shop is just next to Subway in Hartamas shopping centre


A simple menu. They also have flavored croissant (garlic/pumpkin/wasabi) whereby the flavouring is mixed into the dough during breadmaking process


All the ingredients look fresh and crisp. Their croissant is made from all butter, none of that yucky shortening / margarine.


ordered their fruit tea in raspberry flavor RM7, like the subtle flavor in cold one better than too strong raspberry flavor in hot one.


Grilled German Bratwurst, RM15.80, the croissant is toasted till quite crispy. Oliver has noted customers like it crispy but not too crispy, ie crispy enough to hold the fillings, but still tender buttery inside would be perfect


I like this garlic and basil pesto chicken sandwich, RM15.80


Mixed berries chantilly, RM12.80, the house-made chantilly is really nice, and fresh mint is a nice touch, only thing is i would have prefer is the chocolate to be less sweet

Address: Croissant Delicatessen
Plaza Damas Boulevard, Outside Hartamas Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur

Business hour: 10am – 10pm daily

Facebook: Croissant Delicatessen

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Porcupine Place, Setiawalk Puchong

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 8 February 2015 4:49 pm
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An accidental find when the restaurant we were supposed to go in SetiaWalk Puchong has already closed shop. After walking round and round, we decided to eat in this restaurant which filled to the brim with customers and looks to serve pretty good food.


My order: Cow Says “Cheeze” RM18, fresh housemade pappardelle with cheese sauce, top with beef bolognese, very delicious, though the cheese sauce is thick, it doesn’t taste too rich. The house-made pasta texture is nice, not mushy with the right bite.


The Big Pot Roast, RM25, sliced slow cooked beef in red wine with caramelised onion/capsicum and beef jus, taste not bad as well, and thick cut fries!


Overall, the food here are really tasty, priced is moderately cheaper than KL standard.

Address: Porcupine Place
B-3A-G, Setiawalk,
Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong
03-5888 9929
Opening Hours: Tues-Sun, 9.30am-10pm

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The Red beanbag, Publika mall, Mont Kiara Solaris

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Monday 2 February 2015 5:54 pm
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very nice and light peanut butter cheese cake, recommended!


nice looking salmon dish


Nice cheesy bake egg with lots of sausage, i think 2 whole sausages chopped up in it. The egg is slightly overcooked though

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