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What's On The Menu: June 2017

Prepare your tastebuds for the latest flavours of the month.

by / Published: 25 May 2017

What's On The Menu: June 2017
Photo: Häagen-Dazs™

Attention all white chocolate lovers! Häagen-Dazs™ has a new flavour, the White & Almond Stick Bar, which completes their existing duo of almond ice creams: the Green Tea & Almond Stick Bar and the Chocolate Choc Almond Stick Bar. The latest addition is made with Madagascan vanilla ice cream and features crunchy pieces of caramelised almonds enveloped in a coat of white chocolate, made with 40 per cent cocoa butter. The stick bar is priced at RM9.90 while the multi-pack retails at RM27.90.

Photo: Luscious by Lisa T
Photo: Luscious by Lisa T

One of the latest openings in the busy Mont Kiara café scene, Luscious by Lisa T is all about the cupcakes. Before opening her own place, Lisa T supplied cakes and pastries to cafés like Pulp by Papa Palheta, The Bee and Noriter. Cupcakes here are innovatively named and run the gamut from ‘Bug Me’, a vanilla, lime and coconut infused creation, to ‘George’, a hot favourite with nuts, dark chocolate and cream that will appeal to Ferrero Rocher fans.

Photo: Mantra Bar KL

Mantra Bar KL has recently revamped their food and cocktail selections in conjunction with their first anniversary. Their nine new boozy creations include the Frozen Mango Margarita, Pisang Colada and Apricot Negroni. Have these dreamy concoctions with some tasty Mantra sliders, featuring delicious fillings like soft shell crab, fried chicken and slipper lobster.

Photo: Marco Creative Cuisine

A delicious meal at a fancy restaurant doesn’t mean having to break the bank. Named after the famous explorer, Marco Polo, Marco Creative Cuisine is a fine dining experimental restaurant that offers modern gastronomy at reasonable prices. Their six-course meal features interesting dishes such as a strawberry gazpacho, a savoury ice cream salad, and a duck breast with orange purée and roast beetroot (our favourite) all for a very affordable RM78+.

Photo: Supperclub KL

Supperclub KL recently reinvented itself into a French gastrobar and club lounge, providing an enhanced upscale dining experience and transforming into a lively nightclub by night. Their new menu has all the French classics like foie gras (highly recommended), bouillabaisse, fresh oysters and even bulots, a type of whelk commonly eaten in France. Impress friends or dates with their ‘Wow’ platters, featuring cold or hot lobster and seafood platters or slabs of Wagyu and Black Angus Tomahawks with two sides.

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