Sunday, June 17, 2018

Little Cottage Cafe @ Idaman Robertson

A little cottage in the chaotic heart of Pudu? Not precisely, but this new cafe certainly evokes a sort of pastoral charm - it's the sort of space that's perfect for retreating and relaxing, scarcely a ten-minute ride from KL's city centre.

We like how Little Cottage Cafe has fun with its food - paratha makes its presence known in tasty Mexican fusion fare such as the Asian versions of huevos rancheros (RM14; fried eggs with tomatoes and beans on a crisp paratha) and quesadillas (RM9; cheese-stuffed paratha with a textured curry aioli).

Satay also takes on a surprising twist, reinterpreted as stir-fried chicken saturated in peanut sauce for a distinctive way of enjoying the familiar flavours of satay (RM10). But our favourite recipe here is the roasted sea bass with a Peranakan-inspired sauce (RM34) - it's perfectly prepared, with the firm, moist and very fresh fish beautifully complemented by spicy-tangy dynamics.

To complete the colonial-lite Frasers-Cameron experience, sample some scones or indulge in a game of carrom. Special shout-out to Little Cottage staff member Melon, who does a spectacular job of making sure that every customer receives a personal touch of hospitality.

Little Cottage Cafe
G6, Idaman Robertson, No 2, Jalan Robertson, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Daily, 8am-930pm.

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4 comments:

  1. Interesting place. I so love buttery scones with clotted cream and jam!

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    1. Suituapui: i didn't manage to try the scones here, but i bet they're good too! :)

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  2. The sea bass, I thought was a piece of bread, haha!
    I like carrom and used to play it when I was a kid :)

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    1. Choi Yen: i'm actually not familiar with the rules of carrom! :)

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