The concept is similar to a cafe, but delivers a full course menu both asian and western cuisine. The way i look at it, they seem to be joining the niche market of those existing places like marmalade and delicious by ms read.. Well with competition, hopefully we should get better prices and food..
So although i was probably one of the earliest to know about this place when i first read about the article in the Star two weeks before their opening, i realise i was probably one of the slowest to finally set foot in the place..
The baby green trees remind me of an early christmas..anyone wants to give me that hunky Canon 400D DSLR for Christmas?
Scanning the dessert menu, i remembered the article mentioned that they serve the best "Tiramisu" in town.. well i had a few and i wanted to confirm that fact.. True enough it was damn good despite the hefty price tag of RM18 (USD 5).. Doused in what seemed to be rum, lots of it, it was essentially a very strong alcoholic dessert but it turned out good.. all the ingredients were there for a good tiramisu.. i hearted it eventhough it was a damn small serve..
1F-28, Bangsar Village II,
2, Jln Telawi Satu,
Tel: 2282 3228I honestly did not have any complaints with what i ordered, definitely will go back to try a few more items..but as of now i strongly recommend it because i would give this a score 8.5 out of 10.. with the alcohol involved i am doubting it is halal although i am pretty sure no pork is involved.. The only complaint would be not serving me bread so i could finish it off with the foie gras sauce and the butter fish sauce..