Friday, May 10, 2013

Petite Millie @ Royal Lake Club

Not a dream, not a hoax: Petite Millie has brought its now-famed specialties to Kuala Lumpur's Royal Lake Club.

The menu at Royal Lake Club is similar to 1 Utama's: plenty of poutine, like the Quebec-inspired, creamy-meaty one with smoked chicken & borlotti beans (RM24).

Tarte flambee, Alsace's flame-baked pie, receives the Royal treatment too, topped with braised beef cheek, mixed veggies & caramelized onions (RM28).

Tagliatelle with duck ragu, pesto & oregano breadcrumbs (RM30), slick & sensually savory.

Sandwich of smoked salmon, avocado hash, new potatoes & Spanish pipparas peppers (RM20). Everything tastes satisfactory, with prices that won't pinch the wallet. 

Linguine with clams, garlic, chili flakes & saffron aioli (RM24). This location suits many of us working in KL, but customers must be club members or their guests.

Lamb burger with onion jam (RM18). Being egg addicts, we'd love this with a sunny-side-up.

Something sweet to finish: Granny Smith apple crumble with vanilla ice cream (RM18).

Wine at Royal Lake Club is terrifically priced. This bottle costs RM48 & tastes nice enough.

Entries on Petite Millie @ 1 Utama: Feb. 6, 2012Feb. 10, 2012 & May 12, 2012.


Petite Millie,
Royal Lake Club, Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur.

28 comments:

  1. Ya...definitely need a runny egg for d lamb burger...hehe =)

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    1. Ulric: egg makes everything better!

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  2. That is good news! I can easily pop by for lunch or even after my runs without having to travel all the way to One U! I wonder when did they open...didn't quite take note of them...again...its only proof that I am not visiting RLC as often as I should. LOL.

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    1. Missyblurkit: heheh, I'm not a member, but fortunately, a friend of mine who is informed me about its opening and kindly brought me in as a guest =)

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  3. What a fascinating place. And they serve poutine? Like here in Quebec? Even though I was born here in Montreal, Quebec, and have been here all my life...and like poutine, I only eat it perhaps once or twice a year! It is good, though. I love the blue glasses and the wine sounds really nice. I would probably love the smoked salmon.

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    1. Linda: oh yes, the poutine here is inspired by the poutine in quebec. i'm not sure how authentic it is here, but i believe it's very close to the real thing. it's very addictive! i could spend the whole meal just eating poutine :D

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  4. I miss their poutine. Next time can have it in Lake Garden, yay!

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, i also miss their poutine. i wish i was a member of the royal lake club! =)

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    2. apply la, alcohol is cheap, and membership isnt too expensive either. i must go and try this out.

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    3. Fatboybakes: haha, seems like unnecessary expense la. i wait for friends who are members to take me in with them for meals =)

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  5. Ooh the Linguine with clams sounds EXACTLY like what I would order if I was there! Hehehe.. I love the look of the poutine too, though I've never tried it before. And Lake Gardens..a place with good memories because I had my wedding pictures taken there. :)

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    1. Iamthewitch: oh yeah, i couldn't resist that clam linguine! :D and it's great that petite millie has brought poutine to KL at last =) oooh, i'm betting those wedding photos turned out beautifully here =)

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  6. Nice blue goblets! Would match my nice blue wine bottle very well... Ummm...my birthday is in December. LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: ooh, heheh, that's seven months away! will try to remember :D ya, the goblets are eye-catching! =)

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  7. So sorry for the long spell of silence... I was busy holidaying. Wow... Petite Millie has a second outlet now? wow.... they must have been doing well.

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    1. Eiling: i hope you had a great holiday, ya, and am looking forward to seeing your holiday posts =) ya, i hope petite millie's expansion is successful! :D

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  8. Linguine with clams, garlic, chili flakes & saffron aioli looks nice. Got abit gravy type...Me Like! :-D

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    1. Melissa: yeah, you're totally right! al dente pasta, with a lot of ingredients, wet and flavorful :D

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  9. Oh only for members eh? But I think they do well. I always had a meal after I finished tennis at my club in the past.

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    1. Baby Sumo: oooh, this will be good for you! after tennis next time, you can come check out the petite millie here and enjoy some poutine after all the exercise! :D

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  10. Was the apple crumble good?

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    1. Sycookies: oooh, i think it was OK, though i actually can't recall much about it at this point =)

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  11. Did not know of a place like this in Lake Gardens! Like the idea, parking should not be a problem!

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    1. Wong: oh yeah, parking inside the royal lake club is pretty easy! lots of space in the building's basement car park :D

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  12. Hmm do they have the lamb burger at 1U.. dont remember seeing it on the menu

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    1. TNG: oh, i think the lamb burger's a more recent addition to petite millie's repertoire =)

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  13. probably sponsored costs by Lake club:) that's why so cheap the wines

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    1. Ciki: ya, sounds logical. thank you to the Lake Club! :D

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