GM-26, PV128, Jalan Genting Kelang
53300 Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-4144 2229 / 6016-719 9773
FB : La Figue
Business Hours :
Mon – Fri 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. ; Sat, Sun & PH 9:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to La Figue, a pork free restaurant which is located at PV128 Setapak to sample some of their delicious signatures.
Decorated in white and contemporary setting, La Figue provides a pleasant environment for diners to enjoy their western and local cuisine prepared deliciously using halal-certified ingredients.
La Figue also sells all types of pastries which baked fresh daily at a corner of the restaurant.
Happiness is… having the whole slice of Salted Caramel Mille Crepe Cake (RM11.90) on my own!! It is so good.
Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a price, and dinner like a pauper. With La Figue’s Big Breakfast Set that is so reasonable priced at RM13.90, which consisted of a slice of grilled chicken ham (or beef bacon), hash brown, sautéed mushrooms, scrambled egg, sausage, toast and baked beans, everyone can be a king now!
Remember to try this mouth-watering Hainanese Chicken Chop (RM13.90), one of the must-order signatures at La Figue which served together with baked vegetables and chef’s special sweet sourish Hainanese sauce. I usually request the sauce to be separated so that the chicken chop will not turns soggy after a while since I am a slow eater.
Treat your taste buds to a wholesome experience without burning a hole in your pocket. This Chicken Chop (RM14.90) with breaded chicken in mushroom sauce is another popular item at La Figue, serving together with wedges and salad at side.
Committed in delivering good tasty foods to the neighborhood around, chef special Chicken Piccata (RM13.90) will not disappoint to fill your hunger with grilled chicken breast in savory capers sauce with mash potato at side.
Cooked in olive oil with herbs and spices, customers can choose to have either mushroom, beef, tofu steak or chicken piccata to go with your Spagethi Aglio Olio (RM13.90). I tried with the tofu steak, something unique to me yet deliciously well with the pasta and sauce.
Kids all-time favorite as well as mine, La Figue’s deep fried Fish and Chips (RM13.90) was served together with fries, salad and tartar sauce. A quick and easy meal for me if I have no idea what to eat.
For pizza lovers, La Figue offers 5 varieties of delicious thin-crust pizzas to satisfy the different taste buds of its customers, namely Margarita, Hawaiian, Cheesy Salmon, Meat Lover, and my personal favorite Okonomi (RM13.90). It is a savory pizza with Osaka pancake-inspired toppings, covered with generous amount of dancing bonito flakes all over the pizza, yummy!
La Figue offers 10% off for students who dine in (show ID card). While for birthday boy/girl, the students get to enjoy 20% discount if they come with 8 pax and above.
From hearty western fare to delicious local favorites, you surely will find something to please your palate at La Figue.
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