I know I’m kinda outdated to post this review now. Somehow it was my first exploration to this super secluded restaurant in Section 17 after drooling over the reviews about Food Foundry’s delicious Mille Crepe here, here, here, here, here, and here (Omg, this restaurant is so famous among floggers huh).
We ordered 2 tapas, 2 desserts and 2 mains which I believe that the portion is reasonable but the waitress gave us that strange look and asked us if we can finish off everything 0_o So embarrassing …
I had the Stir fried Udon with Kung Po Prawns (RM13.90). I was amazed by the generous serving of big fat crunchy prawns. The nudle strands were well coated with flavourful Kung Po sauce but the dish was darn oily.
Char Siew Bao went for the Chicken Cordon Bleu (RM14.90). Deep fried chicken chop with melted cheese on top? I already felt muak when looking at the dish.
For tapas, we had button mushrooms in olive oil (RM6.90) and Thai chicken wings (RM6.90).
A basket of bread to go with tapas. Found some bits of onions and herbs in the bread slices which made it so flavourful.
Wanted to try the Green Tea flavoured Mille Crepe but they were all sold out so I opted for the Strawberry Cream Mille Crepe (RM 9). Took one bite and I felt so disappointed, the texture of the Mille Crepe was too dry, maybe due to one whole day of refrigeration.
I was quite tempted by the dessert selection and ordered a slice of lemon tart (RM6.50).
The lemon custard was deliciously tangy and smooth, at least it tasted nicer than the Mille Crepe.
Oh yes, by the way, we managed to wolf down all the food :)
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