Nevertheless, we are sold and would come back again for their croissant, and to try its other offerings.
Here's the location.
That Sunday morning, weather was lovely that after waking up at the cozy bed of Deluxcious Hotel, we immediately retun to Le Petit for another round of visit, haha.
Not forgetting to go along with coffee of course. However, today the espresso-based beans have changed to Brazil and Sumatra blend compared to single origin Guatemala yesterday. Prefer the latter’s fruitier taste profile as this blend was kind of bold to my taste bud, hehe.
There you go, one of the café that she recommended was this French élan in delicate patisserie at Le Petit Four, located at Beach Street which was pretty near to where we were putting up the night at Deluxcious Hotel.
Lemon (MYR 25) Whipped yuzu ganache lemon and mint insert in white chocolate yellow lemon coating I must say that this was one of the best tangy desserts I had so far in terms of very citrusy pastry, after the vivid decadent memory last had at Bubba’s Gump- not for its prawns but Key Lime Pie, haha!
When I see Eclair, I am all excited over it. I have yet found a nice one yet in Malaysia. Quite disappointing as the texture is hard, dry and not soft with slight chewy. It could be that the Patisserie had been left in the fridge for long time, to give this effect.
For a caffeine fix, there is a selection of coffee. A warm cup of Long Black, and Latte with creamy, smooth mouth feel, are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
Enchante, as its name suggests, conferred an arousing sensation with the aromatic lychee scent. Meanwhile, Chocolate Cointreau is dense to the nice level, possessing a moderately sweet chocolate scent that will please anyone who yearning for a sweet end. Slicing the chocolate ganache will unveil a layer of sleek cream filling that complemented the outer layer well.