The scene of dining in KL is getting more interesting. From scent experiancial to story telling. Currently running is the The World’s Smallest Chef KL known as Le Petit Chef, In The Footsteps of Marco Polo happening in Elements, TREC KL.
A 5 course dinner that brings you to different country. Quite a great story telling and journey though.
ambiance is pretty nice as can be set up according to the number of pax have made during reservation. For night session on weekend, they have 2 session in total. They start on the dot and I mean on the dot. If it is 7pm means 7pm start. The most also delay 5minutes as they need to cater for another session after that.
So do take note that on weekdays with traffic jam, do really plan your time accordingly.
Let the dinner story begins.
A story about Marco Polo with Le Petit chef heading for a flavour adventure.
FIRST COURSE : THE JOURNEY BEGINS
Pacific Oyster Cream | Fourme d’Amber, toasted walnut brioche, honeycomb
SECOND COURSE : MIDDLE EASTERN
Charcoal roasted beetroot, chickpea hummus, parsley, feta cheese | Marinated lamb, shallots, pomegranate, yoghurt dip | Lebanese onion, raisins, smoked duck, hazelnut
Quite impress with this dish as they are quite flavourful, fragrant and hits most of the taste of a middle eastern.
The host also change his costume according to the theme.
THIRD COURSE : INDIA
Rasam, green lentil, mint leaf, deep fried sweet neem leaves | Polos salmon, green pea masala, curry leaf, spicy shallot | Rice idli, tikka chutney, kurkuri bhindi, salted chili
FOURTH COURSE : HIMALAYAN
NO2 raspberry sorbet, kaffir lime soda, mint jelly
This is indeed very refreshing, especially with the dry ice effect, most of the kids love it.
FIFTH COURSE : CHINA
Corn fed chicken, monkey ear mushroom, candied ginger, mushroom foam, baby leek, flat rice noodle
chicken is juicy, skin is slight crips and it is pretty good.
SIXTH COURSE : FRANCE
Tonko creme brulee, chocolate mousse, blackberry, freeze dried orange
A nice ending with 2 types flavour of dessert. creme brulee is sweet enough to my liking and the chocolate mousse
A food adventure with 5 different countries and I think it is not too bad. Do see alot of kids enjoying it and also the dishes serve are above my expectation. No wonder they are quite filled up.
Le Petit Chef at Elements KL
Hive, Unit H-G-11, TREC KL,
438, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.
Phone : +603 2282 6413
Email : [email protected]