Nov 1, 2010

LeVain Boulangerie Patisserie, Jalan Delima KL

Zara checkered top, leggings, Trendy Confessions bag, Charles and Keith studded heels

My mom came back one day and started telling me and my dad about LeVain Boulangerie Patisserie. After tons of ravings and feeding us with breads and pastries from LeVain, my mom finally brought us to try out the place in October. 

Went there on a sunny Sunday afternoon at 4pm and as we reached there, the parking was already full and tables occupied. Lucky for us, someone left when we came in and we got a table :D 

There was a long line of people queuing up to order and collecting drinks as it is Self Service.

LeVain Boulangerie Patisserie's interior is very spacious and cosy with the high airy cellings and French inspired decor. *love*

The neat and open display of the breads, pastries, sandwiches and cakes were so tempting and mouth watering! Once freshly baked items are put on display, you'd better be kiasu to take it or else it would run out quickly in just a few minutes. They even have mini pizzas! :P

Besides breads and pastries, they also serve a limited choice of pasta, soup and salad which is stated in the menu.

Clockwise from left: Mango Juice, RM6.50 / Iced Wild Berries, RM7 / Caffe Latte, RM7.50

Enjoying my wild berries tea.

Mango Cheese Tart, RM4.30
This is a MUST HAVE! Although the soft and soggy appearance looked unattractive when it came out of the oven, it's best eaten warm as it has a more creamy texture to it and it tastes so good when it dissolves in your mouth!

Cranberry Rye Bread, RM5.30
The rye bread was pretty nerve recking because the texture was hard. Didn't eat this as it would hurt my wisdom tooth. Dang...

Custard Cream Donut, RM2.80
Consuming this was pretty much heavenly and also a sin. Not your typical donut, it's coated with a layer of crispy cornflakes and also sugar with custard filling. It was pretty chewy and the custard was lovely! If only I could eat this every day xD

Caramel Nut Danish, RM4.20
My dad loves this! Topped with nuts like almond and macedonia, it's coated with a rich layer of caramel and crispy danish. Would be advisable to be shared among 2 persons as it can get pretty filling if eaten alone. The nuts and caramel is quite overwhelming!

Didn't get to try the cakes and pasta. Would love to go back there for more next time! The food is amazing and reasonably priced which now makes LeVain Boulangerie Patisserie my favourite place for breads and pastries. I find LeVain much better than The Loaf in terms of their food, taste, choices and pretty much everything.  

I also love the Maple Log Bread which is sold at RM8 for half. Some might think it's pricey but it's awesome when it's slightly toasted. Would pester my mom to take away this for me whenever she's there xD
*nom nom nomz*

LeVain Boulangerie Patisserie is located at:
No. 7 Jalan Delima,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 – 2142 6611

Opens daily: 8am - 8pm

21 comments :

  1. I am attracted by the cafe's interior and also the tempting looking breads. *drooling*

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  2. Aside from the pastries, I just love the way the ceilings are so high up :)

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  3. I would want to try the custard cream donut, look so good!

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  4. gosh....m hungry now....dear!awesome...manggo tart...looks great!

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  5. hate u for making me drool so much..kidding.. hehe..
    so nice eh this place and the food looks so nice! i'm so adding this to my food list.

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  6. Aside from ceiling, pastries, i like the the picture of yourself :P .. hahaha..
    the ambience seem nice.. maybe got here one of these days.. anyone interested?

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  7. ah...freshly baked patisseries always make me smile^^ c'est tres jolie~<3333

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  8. your pretty:))
    lailaariff.blogspot.com

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  9. good environmental and great photo =)

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  10. Have heard so much about this place, I guess it's time for me to give it a try soon. :)

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  11. All my favorite food but I can only see cannot eat. How sad..

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  12. Hmm, quite a serene place to be enjoying your pastry. :)

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  13. I would want to try the custard cream donut, look so good!

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  14. hehhe :P
    Yeah, you should go there and try out the food!

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  15. lol..go bring your date there :)

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  16. omg its so cheap!!! i thought it was going to be expensive!! moro im heading there and order every bread, budget rm300+ including tax should be enough right? sister from carlifornia moved back & really really want to show her malaysia bread boleh too :3

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