Monday, October 10, 2016

The Kitchen Project @ Verticas Residensi, Bukit Ceylon

Staked out by swimmers & suntan-seekers, this idyllic poolside cafe primarily caters to the populace of Bukit Ceylon's Verticas Residensi & Lanson Place, but it won't refuse the rest of us who covet a respite from urban claustrophobia. Register with Verticas' security staff - easy & efficient - & take the elevator to the fifth floor for a slice of family-friendly serenity in the sky.

The Kitchen Project represents a new initiative by a team of collaborators who include the trusted talents behind Sri Hartamas' Tray Cafe, supplying cafe-running services to condominiums & serviced apartments. If this first salvo is any indication, high-rise denizens across KL should demand The Kitchen Project's presence in their buildings - expect feel-good food, from Vietnamese-inspired grilled chicken ciabatta sandwiches (RM17) to vegetarian penne with house-made pesto (RM17) & baked fare like passion fruit Bundt cakes, fuelled by fresh, lively flavours. A retail section offers goodies galore for purchase, including expatriate chef Sapna Anand's bottled spices, Taman Hati's succulents & The Sanctuary's hand-poured candles.

The Kitchen Project
Level Five, Verticas Residensi, Bukit Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur. Daily, 8am-8pm. Tel: 03-2713-2338

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12 comments:

  1. There seems to be a steady increase of these little cafes sprouting up in higher end residences...which is great for its dwellers as food/drinks is just a step away :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: ya - and this is definitely a step up from my condo cafe, where i've seen dead-looking fish (meant to be cooked) floating in the aquarium :)

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  2. Food looks great and the environment is so lovely. Wish I could afford to live here :)

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    1. Phong Hong: me too :) the closest we can come to it is visiting the cafe, I guess ... it'd be a nice staycation place actually ;)

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  3. I love all that greenery, beautiful place. Now that's a pot of mint, right? Looking good, thriving so well. Mine is presently in ICU stage, don't think it will last very long. Sobssss!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: oh yes, that was mint ... and there was a bit of mint in the sandwich too ;) gosh, I guess if your mint doesn't survive, try again! I've never grown herbs before, but I understand that some can be somewhat difficult ;)

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  4. Cool! A lot of greenery, cozy and not so crowded. :D

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    1. CK: yeah, maybe a destination to check out if the other cafes in KL are too packed on weekends! :D

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  5. Aiyakkkkk now the secret is out, those scones will be gone in no time. Just when I thought I found a place to get them scones without having to queue or call up in advance. 😂😂😂

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    1. Ai Peng: heh, but they have a lot of baked goodies on the counter, so i think the scones will be safe! now i'm wishing i'd ordered a scone too though :D

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  6. Sam will be distracted by the pool if she is here :P
    I saw you mentioned about staycation in your reply to Phong Hong, is there any units for renting?

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    1. Choi Yen: haha, I too was distracted ;) ya, I think Lanson place has units for rent, but I'm not sure what's the minimum period. I assume that we won't be able to find Airbnb units here ;)

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