Few hours before Noche Buena, I brought my family to a special restaurant inside Suria-KLCC Shopping Complex to grab quick bites of what this London-based food place has to offer.
Since I cannot afford to take my family and travel to Europe yet, experiencing a taste of it with Tina and Gabby is the second best thing for me.
Tucked within its gift shop, Harrods Cafe is a serene and relaxing food place (noxious on the pocket though but its excellent food and impeccable service made our dining experience all worth it –*pikit-mata sa budget*)
Everything inside was fascinating. The English ambiance that I and Tina only experience in few movies and literatures, to the little details of its interiors, table setting and foods that were served were truly note-worthy.
Tina gave me the freedom to order for the 3 of us to share. Our set included…
Complimentary pieces of bread served with (herbed) butter.
Potato and herbs soup : Although thick and creamy, our tastebuds were quite alienated to it for I think we’re all biased to pumpkin.
I reckon Fish and Chips as a classic that one can never go wrong with. And so does Harrods’ version… Never greasy, no foul-fishy taste; served with long and chunky potato fries and freshest green salad tossed in vinaigrette. *sarap!*
A day in Gelo and Tina’s lives isn’t complete without a dose of caffeine. We shared a cup of cappuccino; foamy as usual, the difference lies on its taste and presentation.
Sugar cubes or brown sugar? Gabby smiled his widest when he tried the tongs…
Tina was delighted too with those sugar cubes! 😀
I’m happy to share the table again with my family.
Nothing really beats being with your love ones.
Happy holidays, everyone! 😀
PS : I wish to bring my family to Europe one day and compare how does KL branch fares with the original.
*wishful thinking* …malay nyo lang, this year KL, next Christmas Europe na, LOL! 😛