Bread & Olives café, Langat Hill

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I have never known that there is such a nice place to dine-in at a reasonable price while enjoying the perfect night view until I knew this place from Christine and Wee Lick. Yet, Bread & Olives café, a Mediterranean style dine-in place which is located at Look Out Point up the Langat Hill. As what Christine said, “Faster than traveling up to Genting Highlands, you can enjoy good food at very reasonable price while admiring the perfect night view of KL.” It was indeed very fast for us to travel up and I think we took about 20minutes from my house.

Entrance to the café.




I had fresh lemon juice (the middle) at Rm 8 while they took ice lemon tea at Rm 4.50.

Chicken Wings, 4 pairs at Rm 10.50

Sambosa, 8 pieces at Rm 10.50 at the choice of Akawi Cheese. This was special. It looked like a puff with cheese flavour and the special sauce (some kind of white sauce and herbs) added up good smell and taste to it. simply like this cz it was special and i have never eaten anything like this before.

Since there were four of us (me, Christine, Chee Wei and Wee Lick), we ordered a meal for 4 — full chicken. It was whole chicken served with briyani rice, creamy garlic sauce and salad, Baba Ghanoug, Mutabal and French fries. priced at Rm 37

My huge portion. The meat was quite tender but the gravy provided was not enough. Anyway, the dressing of salad was very nice.

It’s meal time. Me, Christine and Wee Lick, he had the largest portion of chicken.

Perfect nice view of KL. We were lucky last night as there was no rain and no fog. Hence, we could capture the night view. Skyscrapers buildings were all in our palms. Thanks to Christine for her camera and thanks to Chee Wei for his picturing technique.

Me and Leng

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19 thoughts on “Bread & Olives café, Langat Hill”

  • 1st of all congratz on ur determination to hang on to ur blog =D
    Bread & Olives café – nvr tried mediterranean style b4 leh but looking at it y those chicken wings like drumstick leh..and dat sambosa hor like karipuff XD
    At least da chicken is great wats Baba Ghanoug, Mutabal anyway??? i like da scenery as well romantic la

    p/s:eat more eat more^^

  • 1st of all congratz on ur determination to hang on to ur blog =D
    Bread & Olives café – nvr tried mediterranean style b4 leh but looking at it y those chicken wings like drumstick leh..and dat sambosa hor like karipuff XD
    At least da chicken is great wats Baba Ghanoug, Mutabal anyway??? i like da scenery as well romantic la

    p/s:eat more eat more^^

  • hey, the scenery looks nice!! do u know the way there? next time bring us there ok?? what do u think of the food overall?

  • hey, the scenery looks nice!! do u know the way there? next time bring us there ok?? what do u think of the food overall?

  • hey, the scenery looks nice!! do u know the way there? next time bring us there ok?? what do u think of the food overall?

  • ai wei.. ai wei.. Nice having dinner with U! sorry that I couldn’t make it this Sat! Will make it up to you soon for lunch ok!! Nice pictures! nice view! I’ll post mine real soon~~~I hope 😛

  • francis, thanks for dropping me comments. do come visit my blog often and leave me comments or messages ya. so… when is our makan day. seems long ago we said that. haha. for once, i haev no idea what is Baba Ghanoug and Mutabal. should be the side dish gua… there are salad with 2 different dressing.

    wenching & esiong. this place… very well-known for couple. all ‘pak-tou-ing’ couple came up all the way to dine n watch the night view. nice isn’t it. but then i dunno the way up here. will ask my friend how to go. and the food are nice~ n very different from what we normally have.

  • leng, can’t wait to eat out with you soon! and nevermind for saturday’s planning. is ok.
    well, i think yen really missed out all these. she should has come join us. and thanks to your hi-tech camera with lots of function and you hubby’s skill in picturing the view. love the nice night view ok KL. let’s hang out soon. Wan ‘pan mee’ next week? call me ya~

  • waa…the fried chicken wings looks like a goreng pisang to me… and whole chicken wt briani rice sounds scary to me ler… i imagine my plate of rice with the whole chicken on it… but ayway, if the food is nice, i think i can take up half of the chicken…ai wei, where is this place a??

  • I wan pan mee! hehe.. but I can’t have a proper meal since yesterday! Got my braces tighten with some rubber. So pain! hope the ache will go away really fast!

  • jackson, the food (which i have tried) is ok ok. but the scenery here is perfect (if there is no rain). food will become tastier with the scenery around. ^^

    O.o leng, u have tighten ur braces? the pain will go away very fast. cheer up ya. then after that we can go pan mee~

  • by the way, jackson, if you wan the direction up to langat hill, can get the map at ~christine~leng’s blog.

  • hi, i m phooi fun, wen ching;s fren. came across ur blog tru her blog. v met once be4, dunno if u can remember. i would wish to noe tis place too, if u get to know the way up ter n the exact location, pls let me know too, k? the scenery is nice!! n as u say the food is nice too, i would really wish to try it out!!! thx….

  • hi, phooi fun, i do remember you. you are a sweet and lovely gal. the food up there is ok-ok, but with the compliment of the scenery, everything went so nice. hehe. that’s a must place to visit.

    [here is the direction which i got from fren’s page]

    Look Out Point, Pusat Pelancongan dan Menara Tinjau.

    Exit the MRR2 at Pandan Indah Interchange.
    Go straight until the T-Junction. (Esso will be on your left as you come up to the T-Junction). Turn right at the traffic light.
    Take a left immediately at the next traffic light.
    Take another left at the traffic light beside Puteri Plaza.
    Turn right at the traffic light junction to Hulu Langat/Kajang. (Please take note, you might miss this turning).
    From this traffic light go on the winding road for about 3 km.
    Look out for the sign board ‘Menara Tinjau’ on the right.
    Turn in and drive up the hill, you will come across restaurants on the right with carpark.

  • wau, so nice of u!! thx 4 the direction!!! i think it worths a try!! will grap an opportunity to get there… neway, thx a lot!!!

  • 🙂 Do drop me an email if you need a direction map for reference. Still, as posted in Christine’s blog, do give me a call or just ask for me over there if you need some food recommendation. Cheers! -Timra

  • It was extremely interesting for me to read the article. Thanx for it. I like such themes and everything connected to this matter. I would like to read a bit more on that blog soon.

  • It was extremely interesting for me to read this post. Thank author for it. I like such themes and everything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read a bit more on that blog soon.

  • EVERY1! DO NOT GO TO BREAD & OLIVE @ LOOKOUTPOINT AMPANG HULU LANGAT! SERVICE SUCKS! RUDE WAITERS! WE WAITED 4 HOURS TO GET OUR FOOD & LEFT WITH ZILCH! THEY WERE TOO BUSY SERVING RM80++ MEALS…STUPID A**HOLES! IMAGINE THIS, WE WEREN'T EVEN SERVED DRINKS! PLS TELL EVER1 YOU KNOW! BOYCOTT BREAD & OLIVE!

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