Restaurants in Taman Maluri

    Pretty on Plate
    Pretty on Plate
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    1. Amaya Maluri Service Apartment
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    2. 6 years ago

    I wasn't impressed with any of the desserts I tried here. In fact, I pretty much want to forget it altogether. You probably might not be sampling the same dessert platter since the choice of these 8 petite portions changes depending on what the chef puts out. Hopefully, the next time you're there, the pastries selection tastes much better than it looks.

    Pretty on Plate
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    2. 6 years ago

    Pretty on plate in Taman Maluri Cheras is a patisserie dessert café is one place that would not disappoint any sweet tooth or fine dining lovers. With their ultimate selection of indulgent desserts, the menu is crafted with the finest and freshest ingredients in mind.

    Pretty on Plate
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    2. 6 years ago

    For a cafe-hopping experience that is a bit out of the ordinary, Pretty on Plate offers that and more. As this is still the first week of operation for them I believe there would be ongoing changes. Service is welcoming and attentive. My concerns? 1. The price is a bit steep for the plated desserts; considering the portion served. While I understand that (1) quality ingredients are used, (2) every plate is prepared upon order similarly to a fine dining restaurant, (3) every component on the plate is painstakingly made (some via technologically advance methods), the average customer might not be able to fully appreciate such details. 2. The brioche wasn’t as rich (buttery) as its name suggested and I thought it might have tasted better warm; versus hard and cold. Now imagine a buttery warm brioche with cold ice cream.. mmmmmm… 3. Aaron had said there will be more desserts in the coming weeks and I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the creation of some unconventional desserts; perhaps something of a signature that will set Pretty On Plate further apart from other cafes. No doubt the plated desserts concept is uncommon, but the 5 varieties offered centered around berries and chocolate (with the exception of key lime) which I thought was rather safe and universal. That said, I wish Aaron and his team all the best and many thanks for having me!