Jacq’s 24th Bufday @ Café Café KL

09 Jun

I’ve alwiz wanted to try Cafe Cafe @ KL, finally got the chance to do so yesterday night when I celebrated Jacq’s 24th Bufday with some other frens.

Many might have not heard about this Cafe Cafe as it has no large signboard and looks dark from the outside but its easy to locate. Just go to the Cafe Cafe official site, which I’ve enclosed at the end of this post.

The moment we entered the restaurant, we were impressed by its interior. It was dark, we can hardly see what’s in front of us (exegerating). Haha. It was dark, but was decorated with crystal that dangled from the ceiling.

We started our dinner with complimentary breads. I like the butter but not really the bread. It was abit hard tough. I tried so hard cutting it with the bread knife, I ended up eating this bread using bare-handed.

comp bread

Next, for started we ordered a few different dishes. Janz ordered sundried tomato with buffalo mozzarella.

The mozzarella didn’t taste much but it made a great combination when we had it with the sundried tomato.

sundried tomato with buffalo mozzarella @ RM25

Vic ordered crispy brie. It looked like normal nugget but when she cut it, the cheeze melted out from the inner side of the dish. Nice, for cheeze-lover like me.

crispy brie @ RM23

We also had mushroom soup for starter. I’m so glad they serve real mushroom soup, and not the one using campbell.

mushroom soup @ Rm15

For the main course, Jacq ordered lamb shank.

lamb shank @ RM38

Mun Mun ordered rissotto parmigienta.

rissotto parmigienta @ RM28

As for me, I ordered duck confit. I failed to get the correct lighting to snap the foods. Anyways, this duck confit was served with baked potato and bacons. Small portion but just nice for small eater like me.

duck confit @ RM45

Others had chicken with white wine and wild mushroom. I kinda like this one.

cal chicken with white wine and wild mushroom @ RM38

cal chicken with white wine and wild mushroom @ RM38

Time for dessert. We all love the chocolate tart and tiramisu. I didn’t know the tiramisu contained so high liquer, I had that with big scope and almost drunk! The tiramisu is highly recommended. A must try!!!

chocolate tart

cheese cake

creme brulee

tiramisu @ Rm20

As for drinks, we ordered cabberet sauvignon. Me, as usual, ordered a non-alcholic. This time it wasn’t iced mocha. I had Orangina… I’m such a lousy drinker.

picture of the wine cork

While waiting for the foods to be served, we took some pictures… well, not some but alot of them!


candid – i was caught having bread



jacq, da bufday girl!

keat & janz

us @ cafe cafe

Happy Bufday darling Jacq!!

for more information on Cafe Cafe, do log on to Cafe Cafe KL


14 responses to “Jacq’s 24th Bufday @ Café Café KL

  1. maverick

    June 9, 2008 at 7:54 am

    wah.. so nice eat fine dinning.. 😀 keke so busy eating bread ah u?


    June 9, 2008 at 11:17 am

    mmm, cabernet sauvignon?

  3. themamakcorner

    June 9, 2008 at 11:54 am

    maverick, yea. on diet. haha

  4. JaN

    June 9, 2008 at 1:31 pm

    thanks for the great camera and lovely pics!!! amazing restaurant + wonderful environment + great company + good food n wine = wat can i ask for more…..

  5. themamakcorner

    June 10, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    where shall go for Vic’s coming bufday?

  6. JaN

    June 10, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    erm..tis time i will let u decide..coz u are the reputable food blogger..maybe the curry mee beside cafe cafe..or save that one for ur bufday!!!wuahaha

  7. themamakcorner

    June 11, 2008 at 1:09 am

    “reputable” konon la. Jangan buat malu ok?

  8. joelle

    June 12, 2008 at 12:21 pm

    Finally ‘found’ rissotto in Malaysia! But hmm… it doesn’t look quite tasty?
    PS. Yes, those ladies-fingers at the bottom (of tiramisu) have to be soaked in coffee liquer before being arranged in the tin.

  9. themamakcorner

    June 13, 2008 at 1:01 am

    Joelle, the tiramisu there is yummy! you should try it out…

  10. joelle

    June 15, 2008 at 7:56 am

    LOL, dont know when I’ll go KL loh.
    I’m in Singapore now, work starts tomorrow.

  11. Bing

    June 15, 2008 at 4:04 pm

    ambience looks good…….d food dunno nice or not…

  12. keeyit

    June 16, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    The photos are a bit dark… but the food are yummy

  13. Tse Min

    June 27, 2008 at 3:17 pm

    buffalo mozarella is actually called bocconcini. and yes, they are tasteless. they are there for the texture only. 🙂

    and the food looks like my kind of food. yummmyyy!!!!!

  14. ricky

    April 19, 2010 at 3:45 am

    hi there …..the food looks nice and just wondering that are you opening any new outlet?


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