Thursday, December 6, 2018

Kraft Dining, Mont Kiara

By Aiman Azri

Mont Kiara's latest cafe is poised to be a crowd-puller, set beside a condominium pool with plenty of sunshine streaming in. But there's craftsmanship in Kraft Dining's food too, with house-made rye noodles and spelt pasta expected to be ready by next week for complete meals.

When we visited, the menu remained limited, but we enjoyed the East-to-West wholemeal sourdough toasts, one with kaya (also prepared from scratch here) and butter (RM9), the other with freshly sliced avocado, poached egg and olive oil (RM18). Both might look simple, but Kraft cultivates its own yeast for its long-fermentation bread; even its sauces, from pesto and honey mustard to mayonnaise and ketchup, are painstakingly put together by the kitchen.

Fun fact: Kraft Dining is the full-dining spin-off of this neighbourhood's long-enduring Watercolour bakery.

Kraft Dining
Kiaraville, Changkat Duta Kiara 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Soft launch hours: 8am-6pm, daily. Will eventually open for dinner too. Tel: 03-6419-6317

This feature first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

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10 comments:

  1. More and more of these cafes are sprouting up in condominiums that I wish I stayed in one. So nice to be able to just walk downstairs to have a wholesome breakfast or sit leisurely for good coffees. ^_*

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    1. Contact.ewew: i live in a condo, but unfortunately, the cafe we have here is more of a cafeteria, with mostly fried rice and noodles, so i actually have never eaten there before! :D

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  2. Oh? I thought I would see everything cheese here?

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, it's not that sort of kraft :D

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    1. Unknown: our photographer thanks you for the kind words :)

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  4. Free parking? :P Might hang out here for a few hours!

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    1. Rebecca: might have visitor parking available for cafe customers, hopefully! :D

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  5. Sam will be attracted more to the beautiful pool instead of their food offerings :P

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, the pool is definitely an attraction :D

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