French in Taman Petaling Utama Avenue
Foret Blanc Patisserie Restaurant
Open HourTuesday - Thursday: 1:00PM - 9:00PM Friday - Sunday: 1:00PM - 10:00PM Closed on Monday
Contact03-77731379, 012 689 1470
49G, Jalan PJS1/50, Petaling Utama Avenue Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
We are specialised in French-inspired cakes (Entremets) both modern and classic, novelty cakes and event planning.
Chicken Rendang with Rice, 15 ringgit. Once we were done with the waffle, as we were both still hungry, we decided to order a rice bowl for early dinner. Yummy 🙂 I like that the rice was real soft and moist, once you mixed everything up – it literally becomes one pile of gooeyness. The chicken came in generous portion, nice chewy cubes of meat. I usually like my gravy packed with flavors and spices, the gravy here was a tad milder than what I am used to but it was yummy nonetheless. They also included some steamed carrots and couliflowers which was an awesome addition to the dish. It gave the dish some crunch amidst the gooey.
The Banana Leaf Waffle (RM25) was served with a big vade waffle, sprinkled with balsamic rice vinegar crackers and curry leaves. On the side it came with tomato chutney, coconut ice cream, mango jelly with chilli, mango curry chantilly, all served on top of an actual banana leaf. The texture of the waffle was dense yet refined, very yummy. Regardless which accompaniments you chose, every bite was bursting with flavour that you could possibly think of when having Indian food, from vade, to chapati, to tosai. Our favourite was the mint chutney and yogurt (tiryu), as both had a taste reminiscent of the real pudina chutney and that you could find when eating roti naan.
An Indian-flavour, inspired and savoury Contains waffles, yoghurt and tons of chutney The magical element that makes you sigh and go “DEI…” is Forêt Blanc’s genius Banana Leaf Waffle V2.0 that tastes EXACTLY like Vade!