A tai-tai tea at home?!
Yes, I actually had my desserts take away and spent some quality time at home.
Les Deux Garçons Patisserie carries the meaning of “the two boys” in French. And that is the owner behind this patisserie. Located in the forever-happening-brunch-or-tea-or-any-meal Bangsar, situated right opposite the Korean bakery Tous Les Jours. Les Deux Garçons Patisserie has got its attention from the patrons, with its elegant white appearance, sharp clean and posh looking exterior. The shop itself holds only one or two tables and a few outside which is at the sidewalk. If you wish to enjoy your desserts under a cool condition, I guess you might have to line up or wait up for hours. As for me, I won’t want to enjoy these posh desserts under scotching hot sunny day, decided to bring home and enjoy them slowly.
I went blind when choosing those desserts. They were all prettily lined at the dessert counter which actually made you went blur for a second. Ended up, I was home with boxes.
Lol, as though I was back from shopping in Prada or Tiffany or some luxury brand stores.
Le Favori (Rm 15)
Pistachio biscuits pate a choux, raspberry brulee, and pistachio mousseline
Started with the nutty pistachio mousseline and then fragrant pistachio sponge layers and finally ended with a hint of sourish raspberry layer; the medley of flavours were well balance with nutty, sweet and sourish.
Passion (Rm 14)
Joconde base, silky passion fruit mousse and mango coulis. What a beautiful piece of art.
Le Marquis (Rm 14)
Hazelnut dacquoise, crispy feulletine, chocolate cream, 66% dark chocolate mousse.
It was very rich in chocolaty flavour; with the crispy base that balanced well with mousse. With hazelnut and chocolate, it was so ferrero rocher!
Le Javanais (Rm 15)
Based with salted sable, coffee ganache, burnt butter cho biscuit and coffee creameux.
Another elegant piece of pastry. I love its nutty base that was so good to chew on. As you chew on, it left you a memorable nutty and aromatic coffee flavour in your oral cavity.
Macarons here are pretty attractive; some in vibrant colours and some in sweet pastels. They are in a good shape (though not all in the same size), with pretty feet and filled with thick fillings. I find the pistachio was a little sweet, but wasabi and salted caramel were good. But then my favourite wasabi macaron goes to this one and I still love the macarons from Natalie’s. Priced at Rm 5 for the normal flavour, Rm 9 for truffle macaron.
Les Deux Garçons Pâtisserie
36, Jalan Telawi,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603-2284 7833
Business Hours: 12noon till 8pm