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Monday, August 30, 2010

The Loaf, Pavilion KL

I've never patronized The Loaf in Pavilion KL before even though it's been more than a year there. Firstly, I'm not a big fan of pastry and secondly, the price of pastry in The Loaf is not actually cheap. Then two weeks ago I got myself to Pavilion to meet up with Zoe to get my long awaited Christmas present and also I invited her to go to the Phua Chu Kang Fans Gathering.

She asked me to wait at the fountain in front of Pavilion KL

There's still an hour to kill for the fans gathering to start and we're both a bit hungry. So, I recommended that we go try out The Loaf. Most of you would have know that The Loaf is owned by our beloved ex Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir. The first outlet started in Langkawi, and only recent years the branch started up in Kuala Lumpur.

I saw that there's a 50% promotion on one new item. Tomato Cheese Pastry. Selling for RM 4.80 per piece normally but now it's only RM 2.40 per piece. So I ordered 1 for me and 1 for Zoe. Very suitable for her because she's half vegetarian.

Zoe remembered my birthday was two days ago, and she insists of buying me belated birthday cake. Awww.. so nice of her. Happens that The Loaf doesnt make any cake. So, instead of having birthday cake, Zoe bought me half a dozen of cup cake like Mini U-Hu-Hu.

Clock wise from top left: Oreo Crunch Munch, Nuts Nuts Nuts,Inspiring Fluffy, Glitzy Strawberries,Trickled Caramel, and Mango Banana Bliss.

There's some hit and misses in the Mini U-Hu-Hu. We liked the Inspiring Fluffy, Glitzy Strawberries and Trickled Caramel. Inspiring Fluffy is like a cheesecake but with more eggy flavour than cheese. Glitzy Strawberries is like a strawberry moose cake. Last but not least Trickled Caramel is like a egg pudding with caramel sauce, which is the one we liked best. There are a lot more choices to choose from and the more you buy the cheaper it is.

The other pastries look very nice and delicious looking but the price is a bit stiff for a non-pastry fan like me. Those of you that like good bakery and pastries should drop by and have a look. Good news is, now The Loaf has branches in Empire Shopping Mall in Subang Jaya and also IOI Boulevard in Puchong. Don't have to drive all the way and brave the traffic to Kuala Lumpur city center anymore.


The Loaf Langkawi
Lot No C9 Perdana Quay
Telaga Harbour Park
Pantai Kok
07000 Langkawi
Kedah Malaysia
Tel: +604 959 4866
Open daily from 8am - 11pm

The Loaf Pavilion
Lot 3.13.00 & 4.12.00
Level 3&4 Pavilion
Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2145 3036

The Loaf EMPIRE Shopping Gallery, Subang
LG23A, Lower Ground Floor,
Jalan SS16/1, SS16
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

The Loaf IOI Boulevard, Puchong
Jalan Kenari 5, G52 Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47170 Puchong, Selangor
Tel: + 603 8076 9445


Michelle Chin said...

I do agree that the Loaf is pricey.My parents tend to not go there. They rather dine in hotels. :(

babe_kl said...

Another Aug baby eh? Sorry wishing you this late happy belated birthday!

Simon Seow said...

Michelle: Isn't hotel more expensive?? @_@

PS: Thanks ;) it's never to late.