High Tea @ The Loaf, Pavilion

I cannot believe I left this post out for so long ;P
This is what happens when you’re clouded with lots of eateries to try!
Spoilt with choices, Pavilion sure offered us a wide range of food… well, especially those exclusive ones 🙂

I wouldn’t say the Loaf is over exclusive, but somehow it has the class above typical ‘bread houses’..
The Loaf the a baking concept operating in Malaysia but is based upon traditional Japanese techniques. Japanese baking has evolved over many centuries and now these delicious premium breads and pastries are now available here! All items produced at The Loaf are made daily from the finest imported and local ingredients, they claimed.
Just above The Loaf, they offer fine dining as well.

The Mushroom Quiche was only satisfactory as it cooled off when we had the first bite. Tastewise, also mediocre and not as superb as the pastry we had back at Marmalade ;P.
Priced at RM6.20.

Was pleased by the order of Raisin and Cashewnut Muffin for RM5, this little persuasion was worth a try! Not over-sweetened, tasted so good with our cup of coffee.

The Chicken Ham & Cheese had bro’s vote. Soft, hot bread enclosed with opulent tasty hams, with cheesy substances circling round them! This is priced at RM4.80

A cup of hot Coffee to go with these pastries were just perfect. Took pleasure in enjoying each other’s company, have a chat, enjoying the afternoon tea….. with my family just gave warm feelings 🙂

Bro, enjoying his muffin ;P

Start the day with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and tasty breads and pastries hot from their ovens! Afternoon teas are also a specialty of The Loaf and a full ala carte menu is offered for dine-in lunches and dinners!

The Loaf
Lot 3.13.00 & 4.12.02,

Level 3 & 4, Pavilion,

Kuala Lumpur.

168, Jalan Bukit Bintang.

Tel: 603- 2145 3036 / 2145 3037

Fax: 603- 2145 3034

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14 Replies to “High Tea @ The Loaf, Pavilion”

  1. Nice shots!
    Looks like good food!

    Alex’s World! – http://www.kakinan.com/alex

  2. i haven’t been to The Loaf..Is it belong to Tun Dr.Mahathir and his japanese friend?

  3. A lot of varieties…

  4. Raisin and Cashewnut Muffin … without reading i would have tot that the raisin = cranberries :p

  5. yamm yamm i went loaf few timwe too.. i heart their escargot and.. hmm something to do wid becon n egg.. haha i forogt wad’s name.. wan to tried their dinner….

  6. Even bread can look so attractive..haha, Christine, you are good:D

  7. i was at the loaf 2 months back. tried a few bread and didn’t really like what i had. i thought the bread was chewy and the price rather expensive 🙁 will really need a big boast to send me back there again..hehe…

  8. Ohh Hot Hot cakes !
    looks like cannottahanoredi !
    last time we were there the super coke was RM5.80 but…
    then the view was worth RM 9.9

  9. what an indulge tea! i love the Loaf!!! that day went to Langkawi’s the loaf again and ate quite a lot! kekeke.

  10. kampungboycitygal says: Reply

    dun quite like their bread..too chewy for me..and pricy too 🙁

  11. Wow… didn’t realise got background to the bakery some more. High profile leh… 😛

    Pity about the mushroom quiche. It did look good. 🙂

  12. wenching & esiong says: Reply

    we have been there, but didn’t give it a try. Coz we are too full at that time.

    Feel so left out that we haven’t try their bread yet! Hehe!

  13. From the pic, I bet your bro did enjoyed himself very much. LOL The muffin looked quite pretty and delish to me. 🙂

  14. wenching & esiong says: Reply

    The Raisin and Cashewnut Muffin looks so delicious! We still haven’t been to The Loaf yet! There’re so many restaurants in Pavilion that attracts us! Just can’t wait to try them all out!

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