Another cafe that was recommended by my friends is this Le Petit Four Patisserie that had been operating for quite a while in their old location in Hutton lane and they have just shifted to this new location about 5 months ago. Was told that their croissant is da bomb, and I should not miss it.
also read up some other bloggers mention that the owner is a Le Cordon Bleu Patisserie graduates in France. Therefore my expectation would be different.
the cafe sits right at the main street of Beach street, where it is just a stone throw away from the famous mural zone.
A cafe with its classic french looking is indeed quite nicely done up. Chequred tiles flooring x cemment with industrial furniture and wooden marble counter, adds up the whole ambiance of it.
A cafe where we decided to gather to meet my Australian friend and I think I am quite late to reach this cafe as we I reach around 4.30pm where most of the items already sold out. Their scones seems to be quite popular here too as I read from other blogs.
coffee here is slightly milder as the milk taste is slightly strong but not a bad cup though.
When I see Eclair, I am all excited over it. I have yet found a nice one yet in Malaysia.
Quite disappointing as the texture is hard, dry and not soft with slight chewy. It could be that the Patisserie had been left in the fridge for long time, to give this effect.
Definitely a great catch up with my friends and oh well, desserts were below my expectation and would certainly come back to pay them a visit again to try out other items. Parking here quite be a huge challenge. I park at Lebuh Victoria Private parking space at RM 5 per entry and walk over.
Another new cafe worth to check it out as the coffee suits my palate. Kafka
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 6/10, so so only!!!~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
310, Lebuh Pantai,
10300 George Town, Penang
Tel: 012-494 1858
9am – 6pm