Saturday, November 10, 2012

Nosh @ Telawi

Returning to Bangsar's Nosh cafe. Earlier entry on Nosh: Oct. 27, 2012.

Nosh's flair for fusing Eastern flavors into Western recipes shimmers in this spicy strozzapreti. House-made pasta mingles with chicken curry, makes taste buds tingle.

Slow-cooked beef cheeks, braised in a thick coffee-infused sauce for a tinge of bitterness.

Nosh's French toast boasts tons of trimmings: a corn flake crunch, peanut butter savoriness & banana sweetness. Not a bad bargain for RM12.

Salted caramel cinnamon roll, about RM8. A calorie bomb, but irresistible, really.

Nosh's signature dessert platter is one of 2012's most memorable: Valrhona chocolate done three ways, in ice cream, molten cake & tart. Creamy beyond words, with a richness that strikes to the core of our pleasure center.

Can't get enough of choc? Try the Choc Trinity (dark choc, milk choc, malt choc, maple syrup, frothed milk) & Cassis Mocha-Cino (espresso, cassis, choc syrup).

Orange Sicilian (campari, blood orange syrup, orange juice, tonic) & Strawberry Harvest (brandy, strawberry puree, blackcurrant syrup, orange juice, red wine).

Raspberry Tom Collins (RM24) & Toros Tempranillo Merlot 2009 (RM18).



Nosh,
7, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2201-3548
Closed Mondays
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24 comments:

  1. My gosh, that does look pretty darn good.

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    1. Cquek: worth checking out. Lots of worthwhile dishes on the menu =)

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  2. Place looks simple but its certainly whipping out some lovely yummies that will shame some flamboyant places in town...

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    1. Missyblurkit: oh yeah, the decor is bright and cheerful but not flashy. And the menu is very well thought-out, I think =)

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  3. The beef cheeks looks very nice and tender... Yummm!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: i try to order beef cheeks every time i see them on any menu. love them! :D

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  4. I want to try that peanut butter french toast,hehe.

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    1. CK: it's not bad. i think i still prefer the red beanbag's french toast, but the one here at nosh is one of the better ones at bangsar :D

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    1. Ciki: true, there's a lot to love here! =)

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  6. Tray and this... next to try soon! :)

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    1. TNG: oh yeah, both Nosh and Tray are good stops for dessert. Nosh's dessert menu is more complex and ambitious, while Tray's one features simple but satisfying cakes =)

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    2. Wait for meeeeeeeeeee... =)

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    3. Ulric: hope you'll enjoy noshing! :D

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    4. I will nosh and I will tray...hahaha :P

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    5. Ulric: both sound like very pleasurable activities =)

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  7. The 3-ways Valrhona chocolate dessert is my target...along with their Beef Tortellini n Roasted Percik to name a few...hahaha =)

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    1. Ulric: oh yeah, the wide menu here warrants multiple visits. I'll try to make a round three trip here, but probably only next year =)

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    2. Ulric: round three for tray cafe probably next year too =)

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  8. MMM... the french toast looked really good. A breakfast there would be nice with a cuppa or two.

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    1. Eiling: not a bad french toast. i think i prefer some of the french toasts at publika's outlets, but the chocolate dessert here at nosh is one of the best in kl! :D

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