Friday, April 22, 2011

T42 @ The Intermark

T Forty Two has established a foothold at another corner of the Klang Valley, mounting its third outlet at The Intermark for customers in the city center.

For a nutritionally balanced meal, the Vietnamese chicken baguette is an easy pick, featuring grilled chicken breast with a tinge of foie gras pate, pickled onions, crisp carrots, cucumber, coriander & red chillies. Our favorite part of this platter: a side salad of raw leaves, nuts & seeds. Carbs, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, fiber & water _ everything's here.

Less healthy but also tasty: an almond teacake. Marvelously moist, brilliantly buttery.

Rose macaron with raspberry jelly & lychee cream. A certified crowd-pleaser.

Tea for two, literally: South African Rooibos Red Fancy Fruit, a bush tea with a honeyed fragrance. Or as the menu describes it so eloquently, "a bright, summery blend that sings of roses, sunflowers & tangy fruit flavors."

From macarons to potato tarts, there's still much more to feast on.

Alas, alcohol is not available here so far. But it will be soon, we hope!

Earlier entries on T Forty Two @ Bangsar Village: January 10 & January 19.
Entry on T Forty Two @ Empire Shopping Gallery: November 7, 2010.

T Forty Two,
The Intermark, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.
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  1. I feel that the branch at intermark is nicer than the one in bangsar. first, there seems to be ample space!

  2. NO ALCOHOL? How CAN??? :)

  3. michelle: ya, it does feel very open, roomy and airy. which might not be ideal if u crave privacy though, heheh :D
    j: one of the staff members grinned when i asked and said they may serve alcohol eventually. but i believe BYO is allowed, with nominal corkage :D

  4. I was there last Sunday. It wasn't opened yet wor. You're fast!!

    I've never been a fan of tea, but I'll happily settle for the macarons. :)

  5. bangsar-babe: ya, i'm not much of a tea-drinker though, but i try to convince myself that it has health benefits, heheh. or least cleansing properties to counter the evils of the macarons a bit :D

  6. The tea set looks nice! But no scones? I always associate tea with scones :P And how did the macarons taste? I hope not overly sweet!!

  7. Yea yea, how was the macarons here? Pass?

  8. Iamthewitch: heheh, there are scones on the menu, but we were actually here for dinner, so we ended up feeling not in the right mood for scones =) oh, my friend complained that the scones were too sweet, but I loved them that way! :D
    Baby sumo: I'd definitely recommend t42's Macarons, but I guess the best ones in KL are still at nathalie's gourmet studio. Though these ones definitely satisfy too =)

  9. i would love to have some tea there! The tea pot and tea cups were just beautiful!

  10. Eiling: oh yeah, I think this place would be pretty ideal for a weekend afternoon =)