Lavish Fusion Bakery is located at a heritage shop along the bustling Victoria Street and is ornamented with pink walls, plants, and beautiful mural art which depict the elements of strong nature, tropical and beach vibes.
But on the other hand, Wild Berries Lemonade captured our heart with its amazing taste. A taste featuring the sour and sweetness that triggers the senses in unexpected ways, YUM!! Wild Berries Lemonade @ RM 17.20
Roasted chicken Green Curry at about MYR 28.5 where the green curry gravy is served in the very small glass container shown ini the photo.
I wouldn't go in another time honestly, maybe for the pastries cause some friends said its good but the other things that hype it up, it is definitely not worth it at all.
Souffle Pancakes It is light and fuffly so it is easy to eat. Now you see it, now you don't kind of easy to eat. Not too sweet.
Beverages-wise, of course one must order the Anchor’s Moodmojee dairy beverages. For lighter drinks, select from the fruit blended range that was pretty healthy or from the iced teas varieties. I had one with dragonfruit and loved how it was refreshing and pleasant to drink without being tooth-achingly sweet.
We enjoyed every bit of it.
Besides serving coffee and pastries, Lavish has a reasonable food menu too.
Located in the heart of George Town, Penang, Lavish Fusion Bakery offers customers a gourmet delight with the launch of its new Minilicious Menu. In its launching party recently, this non-halal bakery cum cafe stormed the social media with members of press and media posting their visits on the day along with the inventive and joyful offerings.
Here's the location.
Lavish A Fusion Bakery By Love A Loaf is certainly one of the newer cafe in Penang and also one of the most impressive ones in terms of both menu and interior. Currently sits in one of my top cafe list in Penang.
A sister café to one of the popular bakeries in Penang- Love A Loaf, Lavish has been storming Social Media sites since its opening. The café’s quaint and chic interior décor is one of the strongest pull factors. It is decorated with a great number of small potted plants, as though diners were dining in a garden in lieu of a cafe; every single corner of the cafe is picturesque and most suitable for taking instagrammable shots. Lavish has its own (Western-Fusion) menu but also incorporated some of its sister cafe's signature pastries and cakes. Diners can have a glance on the array of Pastries available at the display fridge right next to the counter. Though we were impressed with the quality, we thought the prices were rather steep (perhaps the name "Lavish" does ring a bell).
The combination of the hummus, saltiness of the fish and the sour hint from the pickle beet cumulate to form a surprisingly tasty dish.