Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Lepaq Lepaq

One Thursday, I made plans to have lunch with JR and JL in KL. It was an advanced birthday lunch for JR. I could only do lunch because December is a crazy packed month with birthdays, Christmas parties, reunions and etc.

The venue : Lepaq Lepaq. Where is it ? No idea. Just want to go and try. Thank God for Waze and JL for sharing the location. I am totally a sesat person when it comes to road. I remember landmarks and that's it. The location is quite easy, they are located next to Lanson Place in Ceylon. It's a building by itself with parking, so you don't have to worry about parking on the roadside.

 From (L) to (R) : Downstairs area and Upstairs non-smoking area. For smokers, there is an air-conditioned area on the first half of the 1st floor with lots of natural light for Instagram opportunity.

  

 From (L) to (R) : Thursday's menu and Beverage menu. The menu changes everyday and they serve the biggest Big Breakfast in town from Fridays to Sundays at RM55. Can be shared among 3-4 person depending on your appetite.

From (L) to (R) : Newpaper table mat and cutleries. This kinda reminds me of Bangkok's Karmakamet Diner. To read more about it, read it here.

From (L) to (R) : Cappuccino and Iced Long Black. I do like the coffee here and it is decent. This is a place I will drop by again for the coffee. Iced drinks are served in a box on the left. I find it cute but not very environmental friendly. They have a more popular drinks called the Rainy Day Coffee, a hanging cotton candy and a cup of black coffee. The cotton candy melts from the heat of the black coffee and therefore creates a rain effect. Nice to Instagram but it is nothing new in the market. Oh Scooter Cafe in Subang have been serving cotton candy with coffee since 2014. 

From (L) to (R) : Deep Fried Lotus Root - crispy fried sliced lotus root served with salted egg yolk flakes and butter coating. We all love this! This is definitely a great appetizer and before you know it, it's all gone. Salmon Spaghetti - Spaghetti sauteed in garlic oil with sundried tomato slices and basil, accompanied with grilled salmon fillets. The chef forgot to put salt in our spaghetti and it came out bland. We have informed the chef about this. This comment is not to throw anyone under the bus, but this was what we experienced. Since the place is new, things like this do happen.

 From (L) to (R) : Pan-seared Beef Roulade - stuffed with sauteed shiitake mushrooms and sliced onions and served with homemade mushroom sauce and accompanied with lemon couscous and sauteed vegs. This is the best dish among the rest that we ordered for the day. Charcoal grilled Chicken Chop - served with black pepper sauce and accompanied with sauteed potatoes and vegs.

Nasi Lemak Cheesecake. I find this dessert intriguing because it doesn't taste like a dessert but it looked like one. And it does taste like nasi lemak. I didn't see this in the menu, it was on display near the counter. From what I tasted, the cheese area is mixed with glutinous rice, the green jelly area tasted like pandan/banana leaf and the toppings are chilli flakes and ikan bilis (anchovies).

I will be back one of the weekends to try the Big Breakfast. But until then, I hope that the owner hire more staffs and train them properly. There were a few instances when they wanted to clear my coffee without asking me and I'm not finished with it. When I told 'him' that I'm not done with it, he just shrugged and walk off without any apology. It's kinda rude, don't you think? But then again, English is not his first language. I don't blame him.

Lot 687, Jalan Ceylon Seksyen 57,
50200 Kuala Lumpur.

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