Restaurants in Pavilion KL (Pavilion Kl (Tokio Street), Pavilion, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Pavillion KL, Pavillion) – 136 Restaurants
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 77 ReviewsExceptional
My friend and I returned to TWG again for the second time upon agreeing on the best and rather affordable afternoon tea we’ve had so far. Surrounded by luxurious brands like Prada and Chopard, I couldn’t help but to feel atas (high class in Singlish) for 3 hours. We managed to have some private chats despite the unbelievably close proximity to the next table. The two of us used to order the Fortune Tea Set which included TWG Tea Croque Imperial, 2 baked scones/muffins or 1 patisserie, 3 macarons of our choice and 1 TWG tea for RM55++ where 2 cups were served for 1 pot of tea (non-refillable). Unfortunately TWG has changed to meet most of the hotels afternoon tea standard where 1 person has to order at least 1 pot of tea. Therefore on top of the Fortune Tea Set we have added another tea for RM18, making wonderful white and black teapot pairing of Earl Grey and Pink Flamingo. They have an amazing service of tea sampling in case you’re drowning in the sea of their comprehensive tea options.
The name "Kampachi" is not an unfamiliar name to most of those people who would love Japanese cuisine.
Sleewonderland posted sleewonderland.blogspot.com 94 Reviews
The price is typical of any high end Japanese restaurant. The food quality here is not not always consistent as I remember I was really impressed with the freshness of the sashimi on the last visit.
Nice ambiance, free wi-fi and convenience - yes but definitely not gourmet coffee.
siansysm posted sians.blogspot.com 18 ReviewsSuperb
home of my favorite coffee, thus far. excellent ambiance coupled with the lovely, strong aroma of great tasting espresso based drinks! <3 to date, the best coffee with the lovely balance of bitterness and tartness served freshly made by professionally trained barista, this place is not to be missed.
Now, bread to many is like a necessity, in essence the western version of rice, the carbohydrates to keep you energetic and at the same time sleepy during lunch. Here comes a new competitor, famed for its bread and so well branded that people can recognise its name despite it being hailed from Langkawi.
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 219 Reviews
The ala-carte meals also equally tantalizing and executed very well too, there is no reason you don’t pay them a visit if you haven’t do so!