Friday, January 17, 2020

Kews Patisserie, Taman Desa

Taman Desa's new playground for pastries is a promising place with plenty of pleasant treats, cool corners and warm service.

Even for those of us who typically wade away from tuna sandwiches, Kews Patisserie's is tasty, not too fishy but well-balanced with briny flavours from the sea and crisp vegetable textures from the land, laced with cream cheese and truffle oil for extra effort, encased in soft, yielding bread (RM12). Also worthwhile for a light meal is the almond croissant, thick and buttery, rich with almonds both atop the croissant and layered within (RM10). 

And while Kews showcases many tempting, fresh-baked cakes and tarts, the lemon basil pie furnishes a satisfyingly scrumptious tang to merit its calories (RM12), washed down with another fruity concoction, a refreshing kumquat soda (RM10) while Harrison Storm's soothing Sense Of Home plays on the speakers on a chilled-out weekday morning.

Kews Patisserie
33, Jalan Bukit Desa 5, Taman Bukit Desa, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 8am-6pm.

This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

6 comments:

  1. Ooohhh...the bakes have certainly caught my eye! It would be really nice to spend a relaxing afternoon there sampling the pastries (as many as possible!). I hope they have coffee.

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    1. PH: they do have coffee - caffeine to counter the carbs! :D

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  2. I would end up hugging those pillows. LOL!!!

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    1. Suitupui: they do look huggable! :D

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  3. Croissants looked good, I would end up standing in front of the cabinet don't know which one to choose :P

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