Parisian Afternoon Tea @ Cafés Richard, Sky Avenue, Genting Highlands
Fake tai-tai is back in action here, taking you guys up to the chilliest place near Klang Valley area for an interesting afternoon tea.
Yep, situated right up here in the Sky Avenue of Genting Highlands, there is this cool new place popped up here not long ago. Being an afternoon tea lover, how would I miss out such an amazing place?!
Established in year 1982, this No. 1 coffee roaster in France has shown his face up in Genting Highlands. The café is dressed in a monochrome tone; plastered with classic black and white mosaic floor tiles, cloth awnings and raffia wicker chairs facing the walkway, Cafés Richard has meticulously recreated the quintessential Parisian café at Sky Avenue.
Also, there is this Frangipani flower-shape “hanging garden” that offers an inviting and bright ambience for every photo moments.
Cafés Richard takes pride of their Slow Coffee. Slow Coffee is a type of coffee that allows you to enjoy the coffee in a slower pace, brings to you the joy of a slow, relaxing passage of time with a cup of coffee. There are few different techniques of brewing different characteristic of coffee beans. Just ask the knowledgeable floor staffs and they will explain everything to you and provide you suggestion and recommendation for your cuppa. Chemex, Cold Drip, French Press and Syphon are available here, to go with the available beans at time.
Ethopian Moka Yrgacheffe (Cold Drip)
Costa Rica Tarrazu (Syphon)
Checking out their exclusive Herbal Recipes:
Reves Enfantins – Fruity
A nice fruity acidity, mixing apple pieces, hibiscus flowers, rosehips, licorice & red fruit aromas.
And so the Parisian Afternoon Tea is available daily from 2.30pm to 5pm. All the afternoon tea sets are priced from Rm 45 per pax and they are served with your selection of any one Coffee, Slow Coffee, Tea or Chocolate beverage from their extensive menu! Just too good to be true right?! If you know about slow coffee, I believe you could work the maths out, how great this deal is!
French afternoon tea doesn’t come with the tier as they prefer to keep things simple and place the petite delicacies on a contrast plating. So here, you won’t be able to see the 3-tier pastry stand pairing with the fine bone china cups and plate.
Farandole de Patisserie ( Rm 45 / Rm 49)
Consists of Pastries & Sweets: Eclair, Strawberry Mille-feuille, Macaron, Peach & Apricot Entermet – layered mousse.
Desserts Gourmand (Rm 49 / Rm 53)
Consists of pretty & delicious desserts: Creme Brulee, Mousse Au Chocolat (Chocolate Mousse), Aumoniere (Crepe filled with caramelized pear & orange), Tarte Normande (apple tart).
Entree des Saveurs (Rm 52 / Rm 55)
Consists Savoury Selection: Crab, Avocado & Lemon Zest Salad, Foie Gras on Toasted Baguette, Sun-dried Tomato & Shallots Madeline, Mini Croque Monsieur.
Le Festin (Rm 128 / Rm 138)
Catering for 2-4 people and is made up of their full selection of patisserie, desserts & savoury items with your choice of any TWO Coffee, Slow Coffee, Tea or Chocolate beverage from the menu.
Their savoury set was what I love most! Every bit of them were very well balance. Love the foie gras on the crunchy toasted baguette, also the special yet refreshing crab, avocado and lemon zest salad. Also, I must highlight that their macaron wowed me too. The macarons were not cloyingly sweet at all, just right to my palate. Crème brulee was another good stuff to try; it was eggy, creamy and smooth. Do come in a bigger gang and so you may order the Le Gestin set that offers full selection of goods to be shared among the gang.
Level 1, SkyAvenue,
Resorts World Genting
Mon to Thu from 10am till 10pm,
Fri – Sun from 10am till 12am
Tel: +60 3-6105 9197