We ordered one kaya toast set, it came with half boiled eggs and a local kopi O. Also added a salted egg croissant and hot latte. The kaya toast set was a typical Malaysian breakfast. The local kopi O was good, and was nothing less if we were to compare it against imported coffee. The salted egg croissant on the hand was not as flaky. The skin has some coating which looks like it was ‘deep fried’ instead of baked. Unsure why. The salted egg sauce was good anyway. Overall an enjoyable meal for tea break.
The Belgian chocolate sure is a delight. The cake itself was light and airy, the chocolate filling was milky and a tad bitter-ish. However, with the sweetness from the homemade chocolate ice cream …. ooooo, it was delicious. I loved it. It certainly brightened up my gloomy day.
Even though the selections are rich but there were a few items that immediately caught our attention. First is Salted Egg Croissant (RM 7.50). It is crusty on the outside and maintained a good airy texture on the inside. The salted egg meanwhile just tasted nice and not too surfeiting to cause any unpleasant sensation.
The croissant was up to mark; light, shattering crispy oozing rich, thick and grainy molten salted egg yolk. I concur that its reputation was well-deserved.
I had no complains at all, my family and I enjoyed the calming atmosphere, great food and the prices weres pretty reasonable for a cafe that serves wholesome meals