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TTDI is one of the area that are quite well known for F&B, with bars kick start the whole scene back in those days and now coffee are popping out so fast. One of the latest addition to the area is Pickle & Fig that is located at another side of TTDI. Sitting alone at the area would create an advantage for them with many offices are around the area.

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Its a simple decorated area with simen base decor all over the place with wooden chairs and pallet.

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 Menu is not huge but there is a good mixture of healthy stuff. . .

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Pickle & Fig was meant to start up their business that specialize in healthy smoothies, then only realise that, with the space they have gotten, they can expand their range of offerings to sandwiches and panini.

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 Gotten ourselves to try out their smoothies and find that its pretty good some of them.

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Mango MintAvocado , Bananalicks .

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Blue Healer which includes the blueberry, blackberry, banana, and apple @ RM 10 .  Goji Me which is a combination of strawberry, goji, apple, pineapple, and yogurt @ RM 12. This 2 flavor are more intense and some might like it.

Overall their range of smoothies is pretty interesting by using pure ingredients to be added on.

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Nachos @ RM 12, there is round tortilla chips and melted cheddar with sliced black olives and japapeno slices with salsa roja.

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Onion and Cheddar Soup @ RM8

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For something healthy, we can opt for their Avocado mixed green with raspberry vinaigrettesliced avocado, and toasted almonds with raspberry vinaigrette. @  RM13

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Smoked Salmon &Cream Cheese Sandwich Smoked salmon, capers, chives cream cheese, lemon taragon mayo, mixed on focaccia @ RM19

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I love their Coronation Chicken Sandwich Sliced chicken breast, caramelised onion, raisins coronation sauce, alfafa sprout on ciabatta. @ RM15

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 WE have been told by the owner that all the sauces are made fresh and from their very own recipe.

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Smoked Turkey Roll &Cheddar hot pressed Panini Smoked turkey tollsauteed mushroom + cheddar + infused oil on wholemeal or white bread.@  RM15

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Hoisin Chicken &Grilled zucchini @  RM16

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 Rotkraut Pastrami – Beef salami, basil pesto + mozzarella + butter spread in wholemeal or white bread @ RM19

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In one of their latest experiment is Fish n’ Chips.

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we gave them alot of feedback on this and surely when they put into their menu will be something to look forward as the sauces are good.

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I am impress on they learn to do the whole coffee themselves and with proper frothing its pretty good. The coffee here is not too strong, a bit mild and well balance.

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To find a spot which is not too pack and need a place for your coffee, Pickle & Fig is one of the place you can pop by.

Location:
Pickle & Fig is located at the TTDI at:
26, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2858-9960

Open 10am-10pm (11pm Fridays & Saturdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pickleandfig

If you been to the new One Utama on their newly refurbish wing, you can get tons of F&B outlet there easily. One of the new discovery that we came accross is this shop located in between old and new wing right in front of Carls Jr I am not mistaken is this shop called Petite Millie.

[Update – No longer in Operation – Currently is Franco]

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A shop that had another outlet in Menara Kencana Petroleum in Solaris Dutamas called Millesime which some of you might heard of it before, along with the meaning of ‘vintage’ or ‘good harvest’.

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Why is it called Petite Millie? Is literally translated as ‘Little Millesime’, which opened its door early this year with the concept of modern European casual dining as well as the incorporation of fine dining as Millesime’s heritage.

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The restaurant serve some French-influence cuisine fresh with daily ingredients.

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The interior of the area furbish with modern European dining concept. .

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Price in this outlet are very reasonable ..

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1) Leprechaun’s Brew @ RM 14

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3) Goodness, Gracious, it’s Green @ RM14

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Here comes our dish and being bombard with first Roasted Leek and Potato Veloute @ RM12.50. Looks Creamy and pale to me that garnish with chives and avocado oil and certainly did impress me with the taste of it. Simple, not too creamy yet thick along with the taste of the fish is being detected.

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Provencale Root Vegetables and Brolotti Bean @ RM12.50. The tapenade is made with black olives, blended in a food processor until it becomes very smooth. I usually do not like anything that have tomato in it especially in soup but this is something that I can accept and well cook along with the carrot is soft by eating along with the soak crouton is just nice~

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Luv a Duck is a must that I had feel in love when it was serve. Simply look delicious from the serving itself. .Maybe I am a sandwich lover that something came out like that is hard to resist that serve along with peppered duck breast and fresh rocket leaves. The crust bread at the bottom is soft and pair well with all the ingredient and the duck breast is simply being cook well. @ RM23.50Recommended!

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One thing that caught my attention that it had been long time since I had dine along something with poutine and this restaurant do serve it. Poutine is actually a dish of French Fries and fresh Cheeze curds covered with brown gravy sauce that origin from French Canadian. Some other restaurant have their own recipe or other ingredient being added along too.

I must say Poutine Cheek in Petite Millie is impressive! Taste of thick brown gravy cook along with shiitake mushroom with chunks of beef being cook medium well is just perfect. Cant stop eating this dish. another dish to be recommended! @ RM26.

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First of all the name of this dish is very tricky as it is called Very Atas One @ RM26. When other’s ask me what is the name of this dish, I told them is Very Atas One then they said woi..what is the name of the dish, I repeated myself again and they said don play la. .  I  show them with my very serious face~ Really!!! its called very Atas One, and they thought I am joking till I need to show them the menu. 😀

One of the reason that I think its called ‘Very Atas One’ as they have the might cube of blue cheeze sitting on top of  this dish cook along with thinly sliced of beef, and caramelized onions. Its a love and hate relationship of this dish either you enjoy or you do not like the taste of it. SEriously the blue cheese they have tone down already and its not very strong in smell nor taste. I guess its to suits every one taste bud. You have to mix it well, if not I manage to bite a chunk of blue cheeze that will just make you go beserk . .:D

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Iberian Beef Cecina serve along with Sliced air dried beef loin and capsicum concasee @ RM19,50

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Avocado and Crab… c’est une boone vie prepared with thyme, balmy lemon oil, refreshing chive, crab meat salad and Avocado @ RM19.50. I would called this French Pizza that serve in thin crust bread. Fresh baked and eat it while its hot.

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Another delightful dish is Emilia’s Tagliatelle al Duck Ragu is two ducks preparation, pesto and oregano. Love the texture of it and eat along with duck ragu is just aromatic in one bite! @ RM28.50. 

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One of Petite Millie Signature is White Truffle Oil Fish Pie @ RM36.50

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Love the pippin freshly toast crust that being cook along with white truffle oil baked fish pie with shiitake mushroom. After cutting the crust with cracking sound then the aroma of the soup just burst into the air make all of us eager to try it out. A bit creamy soup base and eat along with the crust is just a perfect pair~

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Bourguignonne Style Beef Bavette @ RM46.50

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The Angus Flank of beef braised with shallot, mushroom and demi glace lied pleasantly.

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Millie Mascarpone @ RM16

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Panna Cotta @ RM16

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Apple Crumble @ RM16.90

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Malaysian Treasure -Coconut Cheesecake.

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Banana Cheesecake.

If you are looking to dine something with French Infuse restaurant, petite Millie would be one of the restaurant to head too as there are a few dish that I recommend is worth to try .. .

*Pork-Free

Location:
Lot G 146, Ground Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Centre Petaling Jaya,
Malaysia 47800

Contact Number : +603- 77320395

e-mail : [email protected]

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PetiteMillie

Heading to Day 3, we woke up early in the morning and arrange a driver to pick us up and start our journey to Pattaya. Its actually a trip that takes about 2 n half hours from Bangkok city. As on the way, Goft did told me that we MUST and MUST drop by at this french bakery – La Baguette French Bakery that serve superb food that she never fails to drop by whenever she heads there.

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Okay.. What is so special about this shop?  La Baguette is actually a french bakery that serve many types of bread, pastries, deserts and not to miss their signature crepes. Open its door to public in year 2003 and there is where they have started to increase their popularity among locals and foreigners. Its a special place with unique design and very nice ambiance that just makes you want to stick in this shop longer.

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When you walk into the shop, there will be a ice cream bell ringing on the door then you will be greated with a smile by their friendly staff. The whole shop is painted fairly white with the shine of the early sun into the shop makes it even brighter. Menu on the ceiling are fitted with chalkboard style  with menu nicely printed on it.

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The whole shop was nicely decorated and it certainly blend in perfectly to give you the feel its a french bakery shop.

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Most of us are very excited as for the first time, we come into a french bakery shop and we love the ambiance and interior design alot. Very simple and cozy, making us walk around and busy hunting food at the menu and some of us busy camwhore around the cafe.

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Its divided into 2 sections, one is bakery and pastries and another side is deserts, crepes and gelato.

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This is what Goft told us that must not miss. Their signature crepes.

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and just look at the pastries and desert fridge, its fill with lots of selection and I just stare them for quite a while, too bad it was in early morning that I do not have appetite for these, if it were after lunch, I think I am going to force my friend to at least try 1/3 of the fridge.

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It was pretty pack in the morning and people just don wait for their seats even though we came first, they tend to go after what is available table to them. Then only I told the waitress that we came first only she advice another family on the issue.

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I like the setting of the cafe, that filled with book classic wooden shelf, small wooden table and chairs with old clock on the wall, huge 3 seater sofa at a corner and some huge single seater sofa, makes it very French ambiance.

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This is how the three of them sunk their ass on the cosy sofa till don want to move their butt.

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 Annie busy taking pictures with her new camera.

Restaurant Aunty Lan Having food marathon giving the memory of how me and my gila friends eat when out for our makan trip. 1 day 6 meals was truly a memorable which in our dictionary the word hungry was immediately deleted on that few days but when comes to this food outing which organize by Sid, this was our very first stop for lunch.
[update 1/3/2017] – no longer in operation]

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A home cook noodle type which most of the ingredient and recipe are created by themselves to extinguish themselves from others.

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Honestly, judging from the menu, the foods look good and certainly one thing which caught my attention was the pricing for the food, its relative cheap.

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Comes with drinks ordering, I ordered ‘Home made Winter Melon Lemon Ice’ (RM3.60 -hot/RM3.90 – ice). I just love my drink.

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Then this colorful picture which nicely taken in the menu makes me order a pot of ‘Honey Ginseng Rose Tea’ (RM4.90 or RM8.90/2pax)- left pot. I just did not know that Ginseng and Rose tea would blend in so well that the ginseng did not overpower the taste of rose yet both added up to the right aroma yet when I was I was given a small pot of honey I doubt it would be good but it just surprise me that, the honey sweetness add in to the tea just make the whole pot of tea just to be perfect. I had 2 pot of this for myself.

Sloppychic ordered ‘Honey Mix Flower Tea’ (for relaxing) – (thorapple, rose and Jasmine) (RM5.90 or RM9.90/2pax) – this would have a stronger taste of jasmine tea yet the rose aroma blend in well, with the add on of a small pot of honey, just makes the difference taste of it.

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I just love my pot of tea.

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A simple dish like ‘Chives Fresh Prawn Fried with Egg’ (RM6.90) can turn us off away easily however it’s a very aromatic dish with the taste of egg and the chives blend in with a bit of saltiness yet the prawns was added in to give some seafood taste of sweetness in it.

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‘Home Made Bean Curd Skin’ (RM5.50/3pcs) is fried very crispy.

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‘Dry Curry Chicken Rice’ (RM8.90) just love it as how I like it to be. Not too thick curry gravy that can taste some of the santan yet its not too spicy filled with well cook potato and chicken meat is soft.

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If you are looking for some home cook this would be the choice ‘Home Made Hand Tear Noodles’ (RM5.90)’. Mild soup base of anchovies added in of mince pork cook with hand tear noodle (which is not too flour taste) is just nice.

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Then for spicy lovers, you might want to try out their ‘Southern Tomyam Laksa Noodle’ (RM14.90). Spiciness of small chili with the sour’ness of lime had just make the soup base perfect. Me and sloppy were enjoying our soup.

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‘Sweet Soya Sauce Village Chicken Dry Noodle’ (RM9.90) when it was serve we were like woahhhhh…..the chicken drumstick is so big and me directly went to the menu and look at the price. The price and the portion serve would just say cheap. The noodle is quite springy yet not like the wan tan mee base its something unique which is not too salty and too sweet.

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‘Cantonese Fish Head Meehoon’ is a bit mild in taste but I love how they fried the fish head to very crispy, of course have do not let it soak on the soup for too long. (RM8.90)

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When comes to desert, this is their signature item ‘Home made Chinese Ball Pumpkin Dessert’ (RM4.90)

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Home Made Cheese Cake – Yam
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It is nice to get a chance to taste on the homecook food base as this business is run the family that some of them are as a cook with experience. With the price tag on it, sure I do not mind to go back again.

Location:

Aunty Lan Home Made Noodles (Next to Mei Chi Xuan)
32-1, Jalan PJU 5/10,
PJU 5,Dataran Sunway,
Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.

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