a cute name that is bagged with the meaning ‘Little Millesime’
A flashback on our previous visit to Millesime HERE
As most of you are aware, Petite Millie is an extension of the flagship restaurant Millesime located in Menara Kencana Petroleum in the area of Solaris Dutamas.
Like her sister company Millesime, the cuisine served is French influenced, with the finest quality & thoughtful recipe that most patrons would adore. A contrast with Millesime that incorporated the fine dining concept, this little one has a more modern European casual dining setting that serve more simple and bigger portion hearty food And not to forget… their exceptional presentation as well.
Good Food, Good Company!
Modern & simple interior that portrays a minimalist concept. Love the huge blackboard that displayed the chalk writings of weekly specials.
You could wine & dine as well
Open kitchen concept
A cuppa for the kick!
Latte – RM7
Good coffee matched with the crispy delicious cookie
Cappuccino – RM7
Leprechaun’s Brew – RM14
Mocha & Irish Cream flavour. Also known as the frosted brew, it’s the thick creamy milkshake that Chris loved.
With an extensive menu that offers a modern European twist from soups, sandwiches to healthy protein portion for patrons to share, these dishes come in affordable price too in terms of portion and taste.
Roasted Leek & Potato Veloute – RM12.50
Thick broth cooked with leek, potatoes, Chives, Ricotta Smoked Fish Tartare & Avocado Oil
Check out Petite Mille’s very own version of a hot baked tart with Creme Fraiche, borrowed from two people…
Tarte Flambee is a very unique preparation of thin dough covered with creme fraiche & delectable toppings. A cousin of pizza’s, we enjoyed the crispiness with a whole new level of different toppings that collaborated different tastes and texture.
Iberian Beef Cecina – RM19.50
Slices of air dried beef loin and capsicum concasee
Avocado and Crab – c’est une bonne vie! – RM19.50
c’est une bonne vie which means it’s a good life, truly elaborated this dish well.
Fragrant thyme, leom oil, chive, crab meat salad with avocado
Petite Mille Signature “Tarting” Sandwich
Simple yet unique ” a piece of buttered country bread”
In the Name of Charcuterie – RM22.50
Country bread topped with Chicken Pastrami, Lyonner Peppercorn, and Beef Pepperoni with Pickles on a bed of lettuce and smoked salmon slices. Not forgetting the “fries” that was made from the crispy edge of Tarte Flambee. Very addictive!
“Poutine” An idea from their Quebec Connection
Chunky fries, grated chesse, homemade gravy and toppings……
For first-timer like me when it comes to indulging in Poutine, this is a French-Canadian dish that consisted French fries and fresh cheese curds, brimmed with brown gravy or sauce & additional ingredients can be added. Originated from Quebec, poutine is a fast food dish.
Poutine Cheek… and its deadly – RM26
6 Hours braised beef cheek, freshly ground pepper and Truffle oil
Mille’s Poutinerie – RM22.50
Piquant Lamb Merquez Sausage, Goat cheese and fresh celery
Emilia’s Tagliatelle al Duck Rage – RM28.50
Nope. This is not Pan Mee with Char Siew
A Two Duck preparation tossed with Pesto & Oregano sprinkled with breadcrumbs. The duck meat was cooked in 2 ways, tossed together with pesto & oregano in the broth and another as toppings
White Truffle Oil Fish Pie – RM36.50
The magnificent white truffle oil baked fish pie with Shiitake mushroom. Their signature dish!
Remember how we bragged about this dish at Millesime? This is the ‘giant version’ of it! Definitely a must try
County Side Hill’s Lamb Cutlets – RM45
Char broiled trio of cutlets with aubergine & lentil mash, this is an adaption from Millesime. Juicy & tender meat and we just love the way its being cooked with the lentil mash!
Mille Mascarpone – RM16
Creamy Italian style soft cheese with Manfredi coffee soaked sponge fingers. A great mascarpone to end the meal.
Warm Dino’s Granny Smith Apple Crumble – RM16.90
To-die-for Apple crumble with Vanilla Ice cream!
Cinnamon Crusty Napolean – RM14.50
with seasonal fruit & berries topping the mango sherbet. Somehow find the mango sherbet a tad too sweet Still love the fresh berries though.
Petite Mille vow to bring Malaysian the best of modern European cuisine with all its gourmet offerings at an affordable price and we thought they did a pretty good job
And they have Happy Tea Time as well.