Thursday, September 11, 2014

Délicieux Miam Miam

Meet up with my girl Peiyue last night, decided to try Miam Miam which located at One Utama. I've been wanting to try this restaurant ever since its opening at last, wish come true. I never noticed that Miam Miam actually means yummy in French. (laughing at myself for all the wasted French lessons) Until I browse through their menu, only I realized Miam Miam is actually a French restaurant. Pardon moi. *cough cough*

The restaurant was quite crowded on a weekday, we were seated at a two seats table along the wall. Their waiters are quite attentive, perhaps a lil bit too attentive when they keep on wanting to clean away our plates and there are still some unfinished spaghetti left which I'm eating. Anyway, their menu is quite simple, pretty good for people who have selection difficulties. Since its our first time, we ordered something from every course. Appetizer, main, and dessert, some are their recommended or house specialty.  

Iced Matcha Latte with Matcha Softee (RM13.80++)

I'm not really fond of Matcha due to its "green grass" taste but somehow this Matcha Latte and Matcha Softee is quite to my liking. It's sweeter, the green taste is not that strong but present, perhaps I shall order this on my next visit!

Iced Cafe Au Lait (RM10.80++)

When I first saw the waiter send to me this cup of coffee, I was like: It looks so white I can imagine all the milk taste only... But I was so wrong! The mixture of hand drip coffee and steamed milk is just perfect, syrup can be added on your own preference, it was such a nice cup of coffee for those who cannot take strong caffeine during night time.

Clam Chowder (RM11.80++)
You know how Chinese refer to soup that is boiled for hours and added a lot of ingredients to make the soup tasteful? We refer them as "Sweet!". When you go to someone's house and their mother cooked a pot of soup which is delicious, normally you would say: Auntie, the soup you cooked is so sweet! "Sweet!" is the first ever word that came into my mind after my first sip of this clam chowder. Cooked with clams, potato, onion and carrot cubes, the soup is so comforting I would love to have another bowl. However, the buttered toast may looked tasty but was rather hard to munch, not as steaming hot as I would love it to be. 

Miam Miam Homemade Spaghetti (RM26.80++)

Didn't missed out Miam Miam's specialty Spaghetti. Their spaghetti are made in Japan instead of from the West, the cooking style of Miam Miam are rather fusion, a mixed of Japanese style instead of solely French, hence there are some Japanese ingredients such as Shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) added into this plate of goodness. Spaghetti with sautéed with turkey ham, frankfurter, poached egg, various greenies, french butter and finished with sprinkles of sesame, Miam Miam Homemade Spaghetti tastes as delicious and unique as no other.

Soufflé Pancake - Cream & Cheese with Maple Syrup (RM10.80++)

labeled as "Super Délicieux" as a side note written in the menu, cheese lovers such as me and Peiyue wouldn't wanna miss out this super delicious pancake. The appearance of the pancake made us drooled even though we just finish our main. However, the higher expectation you have, the harder you fall.

I kinda wonder if the maple syrup tasted like banana sauce, the whole Soufflé Pancake tasted like banana cake after we poured the syrup onto it. It is not fluffy, and don't have strong hint of cream & cheese as I would expect it to be. Peiyue said maybe we ordered the wrong dessert, should aim for the Soufflés instead. I guessed so too, will definitely come back for the Soufflé either Matcha or Vanilla.

Total bill of the night was around RM90, quite a satisfying meal I would say except the dessert that's not really match with its description. Anyhow, we will defenitely come back for their other desserts and maybe Lobster Bisque Spaghetti that I've been eyeing on!

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