The charm of French cuisine lies in not only its taste but also the embodiment of the French daily lifestyle. To them, rather than being a form of enjoyment, eating is more of an illustration of art. Have you ever heard of their famous savoury Cordon Bleu? If you love French delicacies, these restaurants in KL are made just for you.
1. Yeast Cafe
Yeast Cafe mainly serves French-style dishes, ranging from set meals to pastries and desserts. Also, their menus are renewed regularly so there’ll always be new stuff to try out from time to time.
The bar seating incorporated black and white tiles to intensify its elegance and ambience.
One of the suggestions given is Magret de Canard aux Cerises (duck breasts), which has a crispy outer layer covering the inner tenderness of its meat.
As for desserts, Mini Mocha Choc Tart is the perfect choice for showcasing the aromatic combination of mocha and chocolate. This miniature dessert is adorable and luxuriously decorated with a little bit of gold leaf on the top.
Branches are located at both Bangsar and MidValley.
[Yeast Cafe Bangsar]
Sunday to Thursday 8am – 10pm
Friday and Saturday 8am – 1030pm
Address: 24G JALAN TELAWI 2, BANGSAR, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact No.: +603-2282 0118
Official website: http://www.yeastbistronomy.com/yeast-bistronomy-bangsar
FB: Yeast Group
2. Cocott‘ KL
Cocott‘ KL provides authentic French cuisine. Cocott‘ is originated from the French word cocotte, meaning casserole, which can be used either to cook or to serve customers. The specialities of this restaurant are all served in cute casseroles that are able to preserve heat, other than highlighting on the joy of sharing food and bringing people together.
All set meals, ala carte, drinks, and desserts, including lunch sets (12PM-3PM) that are changed every week, are prepared for 2-3 pax. If you’re unable to make a decision for your order, the staff would give suitable suggestions too!
The fresh ingredients, peaceful surroundings and delicious French cuisine made this place appropriate and convenient for gatherings.
12pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 10pm
Address: Level 1-Unit 1, Greens Terrace, Jalan Wan Kadir 3, TTDI 60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact No.: +603-2712 4481
Official website: http://www.cocottkl.com/
3. Cafe de Paris
Cafe de Paris is a French-themed cafe located in Pavillion, designated for the customers to experience European culture. At the entrance, they’ve integrated the bottom structure of the Eiffel tower as part of their decorating scheme.
Featuring their Croque Madame, a sandwich with turkey, ham, cheese and sunny side up covered with appetizing sauce.
As for desserts, try out their Banana & Nutella Crepes to embrace the sweet endeavour!
[Cafe de Paris]
Address: 3.06.00, Level 3, Pavillion Kuala Lumpur
Contact no.: +603-2144 4822
FB: Cafe de Paris KL
4. Bistro Richard
This restaurant hidden in Sentul Park derived its name from the experienced chef, Richard, who decided to start the business with his son.
Situated next to the lake, it gives people a calm and dreamy aura.
The specialty here is their Escargots, also known as cooked land snails. This famous French starter is baked with garlic butter to add more drive to the flavoursome meat.
Tuesday to Friday 5pm – 11pm
Saturday 12pm – 11pm
Address: Lot 268, Jalan Strachan Off Jalan Ipoh, 51100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +603-4041 3277
Official website: http://www.bistrorichard.com/
5. Strangers At 47
Strangers At 47 is a cafe located at PJ Section 17. French crepes are the main focus here, with a handful of sides to choose from, including hash brown, hot dog, cherry tomato, ham, sunny side up and many more.
Besides that, they also have Korean fried chicken, chicken chop, tiger prawn, salmon and other add-ons for your crepes. They even had Nasi Lemak crepe during our National Day!
They serve all different types of French desserts too!
Remember to drop by if you’re in the area!
[Strangers At 47]
Wednesdays to Mondays 11am – 10pm
Tuesdays – Closed
Address: 47, Jalan 17/45, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact No.: +603-7497 2409
FB: Strangers at 47