The Loaf Offers Dine In Local Cuisine
We all know that The Loaf specializes in Artisan breads and pastries using Japanese techniques. The Loaf also serves hot food, traditional Malay cuisine that reminds you of home and for needing palates; we also serve Western cuisine with a twist. A household name for the last twelve years, The Loaf changed management in 2018 and was rebranded to meet the changing needs of today’s consumer.
The Loaf first re-opened its flagship store in Perdana Quay in December 2018 and continued to open Loaf concept stores in Pavilion, Plaza Cenang, Langkawi and Ekocheras Mall. In addition, it also opened a range of medium scale outlets under the concept of Loaf Bites in Sunway Pyramid, NU Sentral and IOI City Mall.
We recently revisited The Loaf at Pavilion KL for their breads and dine in local cuisine.
For dine in local cuisine, they offer local cuisine such as Nasi Lemak Rendang, Kerabu Mee Siam, Spaghetti Pad Thai and Kecek Kelate (Burger).
First of all, they use Basmati rice for their nasi lemak. The coconut infused rice comes with the usual ingredients, the fried anchovies, peanuts, sliced cucumber, egg, the Sambal and the Chicken Rendang.
Kerabu Mee Siam is inspired by Thai cuisine. The mee siam in lemongrass based sauce served with kerabu salad, prawns and squids. This is something unique from the usual mee siam.
We have tasted quite a number of Pad Thai in Thailand but spaghetti pad thai is our first. The spaghetti is cooked in Tamarin based sauce with egg and topped with prawns and squid. Remember to squeeze the lime for the enhanced acidic taste.
This is quite an interesting dish as this burger is inspired by Kelantanese cuisine. The grilled chicken patty is indulged in Percik sauce with Romain lettuce, sautéed onions and zucchini with Danish Doughnut as bun. This is served with crispy curly fries.
The Loaf Dine Local Cuisine sounds fun and interesting right? Nasi Lemak Rendang, Kerabu Mee Siam, Spaghetti Pad Thai and Kecek Kelate is not something you can order in other restaurants so you might consider visiting The Loaf Pavilion for their dine in cuisine.
On top of their dine in cuisine, you must check out their Japanese influence breads.
Some of the breads you must order when you visit The Loaf includes Tropical Square, Cranberry Cheese Oyaki, Black Beauty Oyaki, Chocolate Croissant, Caramel Mix Nuts Danish and Chicken Mushroom Pie.
For chocolate lovers, the chocolate croissant is a must order. This is sinful and it is filled with delicious chocolate.
Cranberry cheese oyaki comes with generous amount of cream cheese with hints of cranberry and Tropical square is a delightful fruit pastry.
Black beauty oyaki comes with crunchy chocolate, the caramel mix nuts danish comes with heaps of sweet mix nuts while the chicken mushroom pie will not disappoint you. The pastry at The Loaf is still consistently tasty after so many years.
Have you been to The Loaf lately? If you have not, please do visit them and we have listed the outlets in Malaysia. We understand the Conditional Control Movement Order (CMCO) in Klang Valley so please visit the outlet once the CMCO is over in KL.
Please take note that these are the The Loaf Outlets in Malaysia:
IOI City Mall
Langkawi Plaza Cenang
Langkawi Perdana Quay
You can also check out the latest news from The Loaf at their social media channels: