Tommy Le Baker, Viva Residency, Jalan Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 16 July 2016 8:30 pm
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One of the best bakery. If you are wanting some good old bread, without those run-of-the-mill bread-improver-soft kind of bread, this could be the only place to go. I used to like Komugi bakery’s crusty french-style bread top with fish roe which is buttery/salty and nice, but they had since stop selling it ):

Above is pistachio roll with i think some dried fruit, nice bite.

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Banana bread made with atta flour, it is soft and with waft of buttery aroma.

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almond bites is pretty yummy as well, there is a slight sticky feel to it.

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Their made in the house chocolate croissant, made with real butter, yum~ Although not looking as tall as some of the mass produced one, but this is delicious!

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lemon tart is very nice, the tart shell is not soggy at all, yum~

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banana tart is yummy!

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Walnut perigord tart, the tart shell is slightly soft and moist, but the filing more than made up for it, and with ample of walnut

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Mushroom & grilled vege quiche, great taste, just wish it is more heated through though, the inside is not heated enough

Recommended! Must visit~

Address: Tommy Le Baker

Unit A-1-3A, Viva Residency, Jalan Ipoh,

3rd Mile Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur

Business hour: 8am-6pm Tuesday – Sunday <closed on Monday>

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My Previous visit in July 2015

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Kin Heng/Kum Heng Tai Chow restaurant, Jalan Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 23 July 2015 10:15 pm
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this shop is located nearby the Store supermarket (Jalan Ipoh), next to 7-eleven.

angle gourd with tofu, RM16

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steamed lala, RM18, this is nice

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Four heavenly king, RM12, don’t like this

Overall, the food here are reasonably charged, worth a visit

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My previous visit in 2009


 

Invited Review: Foodlogy, Viva Residency, Jalan Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 22 January 2015 10:18 pm
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I received an email from Sandy of Foodlogy to review the restaurant whereby both her and her sister are the cook, serving French Italian food in Viva Residency, Jalan Ipoh.

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Soup, Sandwich and Salad menu

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Mains & Pasta

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Asian food, dessert and snacks

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drinks menu

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retail items for sale

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include the famed Haco brand seasoning sauces, which they also use in their cooking

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Haco is a famous seasoning/sauces brand from Switzerland containing no msg, trans fat, preservative or artificial colouring

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Coffee beans also for sales: brand name are Cafe Richard and Bon Cafe

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Vienna coffee with whipped cream, RM9.90

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My chocolate made with Valrhona chocolate buttons! RM12.90 remember to give it a good stir before drinking it

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Mushroom Truffle Cream Soup, RM18.90, prefer a more earthy brownish mushroom soup.

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Potato artichoke salad, RM18.90 with baby green peas, beef bacon and mustard hollandaise mayo sauce

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Tomato Mozzarella Panini, RM16.90 with sundried tomato and basil pesto, good flavor and nice bread, perhaps can put some fresh tomato to up the sandwich and make it more juicy

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Banh Mi, RM17.90, Vietnamese style toast baguette with chicken liver pate and pickled onion and carrot, nice bread, overall their bread are of good standard

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Kid’s Pasta, RM19.90, bolognese style, cute teddy bear shape

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Thai Style Chicken Chop, RM25.90 with pineapple chilli sauce

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Black Pepper Steak, RM35.90 All the mains and sandwiches comes with salad and their housemade basil parmesan ie pesto crackers

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Foodlogy burger, RM25.90 with beef and bacon patty, love the mushroom+spinach+cheese combo

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thick meat patty

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truffle fries with tarragon sauce, RM18.90 sprinkled with bottled truffle paste

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Soft centered chocolate cake with caramel sauce, RM15.90, very nice, recommended, nice chocolatey flavor without being too sweet

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Raspberry opera cake, RM13.90, very nice, we manage to polish both desserts although very full from all the soup/salad/main dishes etc

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Monthly special menu

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Set Lunches

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Weekend brunch available Saturday and Sunday 9am-2pm

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delivery service available

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They have a huge dining area with 50 pax seating capacity ideal for group gathering.

Overall, the desserts are highly recommended, and their Volrhona chocolate is nice.

Address: Foodlogy
B-01 VIVA Residency, Jalan Suppiah Pillay, , 51200 Off Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur
Business Hour: Mon-Fri: 11am – 10.30pm; Sun-Sat: 9am – 11pm
Tel: 03-4050 4636

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Modern Thai, Jalan Ipoh, KL

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 24 August 2011 9:21 pm
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Note: This restaurant already closed down!

Fried rice menu. Modern Thai is a few months old thai restaurant which i think is manned by chinese.

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tom yam menu

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Tom Yam Fried Rice, RM6.50

Ordinary fried rice

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Tom Yam Chicken Meehoon, RM5.50

One of the worst tom yam i ever had, it is super oily and taste of chili and no aroma.

Address: Modern Thai

651-G, Batu 4, Jalan Ipoh,

51100 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03-6253 3332


 

Restoran Tin Hoe Hweeh, Jalan Ipoh(revisit)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 4 October 2009 6:14 pm
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fish and century egg porrige (2 person’s portion) about RM14.40, i find frog porridge is better. Refer to my previous post.

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Their signature noodle, a simple stir fry noodle with fresh vege and seafood, can try.

We ate the above dishes during afternoon time, they also selling dim sum for breakfast.


 

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