This restaurant has a good selections of pastries and breads on the shelves and a good menu with many interesting local, fusion and some Thai items as well as some yummilicious drinks.
Our team ordered three of their main course items – the Mee Bandung, Chicken Chop Rice and Koay Teow Ladna and I would say we were amaze with the serving size and flavor of the food.
My personal meal was the Mee Bandung and I would say it has been a long while since I had such delicious Mee Bandung. The savory spicy broth is thick and rich with an ever-so-slight hint of sweetness drenched over a pile of yellow noodles and topped with shrimp, shredded chicken, taupok, greens, taugeh and egg. There is a wonderful burst of taste when you savor the mixture of noodles, toppings and gravy ~ oh its just so lovely. Writing this now making me crave for more if it ….
One of my colleague had the Chicken Chop Rice and of course, I will sneak in to get a cut of the chicken ~ the Chicken Chop although looks a bit dry but it is actually quite tender. I didn’t tasted out the rice but according to my friend – it was tasty.
Meanwhile our in-house talent, Nissareen Libung, Miss Cosmoworld Thailand 2018 had the Koay Teow Ladna ~ a traditional Thai dish that is somewhat similar to our Sar Hor Fun – only thing is the koay teow is steamed instead of fried. The taste is not too bad (but personally I like our Sar Hor Fun where you have the wok hei in the koay teow), but Nissareen says it is pretty authentic and is much healthier than our Sar Hor Fun as it is less oily.
After our meal, the boss came to find out that we’re from Roadtrippers.asia and insisted that we have some dessert on the house – their recommended waffle with ice cream, peanut butter and jam. Ice cream, peanut butter and jam I would say are pretty much the usual but the waffle is lovely – a little crispy on the outside but buttery fluffy on the inside.
After the waffle and ice-cream the boss said we need to try another of their signature dish – the fusion Thai Green Curry Pasta even though we’re quite stuffed. The Thai Green Curry Pasta is rich but yet not too cloy. Although I am not too much a fusion food lover – but I think this fusion of green curry and pasta does go well.
Chloe’s Patisserie and Cafe menu also boasted some pretty nice beverages and although I just had my boring uncle-type green tea, my friends had the blended double chocolate and iced capucinno which they enjoyed it very much especially the blended chocolate.
Overall I would say I am pretty happy with the meal here at Chloe’s Patisserie and Cafe – the meal was fresh and delicious, not pricey, and their breads and pastries are made fresh daily from their central kitchen. It does not take long time for the food to be prepared so you find quite a number of office workers eating here.
Chloe’s Patisserie and Cafe
Lot LG01 & 02 Lower Ground
DC Mall, Damansara City
6 Jalan Damanlela
50490 Kuala Lumpur