Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Délifrance is an authentic French Café-Bakery, well known for their French bakeries and pastries, traditional European breads and signature sandwiches.
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Love the breads and soup
I like that it's a franchise so that it will be easy to find, especially at malls. French food is rather uncommon in Malaysia (and usually very expensive) so this will be the answer to my French food cravings.
I love the onion soup! If you are not really hungry, you can order this, as it comes with cheese bread in the soup and a garlic bread. I also love the walnut bread, tastes sweet and different.
I have tried the lobster bisque which tasted average. I really don't recommend the spaghetti as it isn't good at all. Many more Western restaurants serve better spaghetti.
A sumptuous bakery
My early memories of Delifrance dated when I was still a kid, where my parents always frequent its cafe in Subang Parade. When it finally closed down, we were so heartbroken because the only place where we can get fresh and tasty bread daily which is near to out place, is gone.
Now, I decided to make it a point to drop by its cafe in Mid Valley for some good old breads and anything sweet. My mom particularly like their French bread where we love to spread on some garlic butter on it and toast it. The bread is soft and nicely chewy even when you eat it a day after your purchase.
My all time favorite would be their fruit tart, which is laden with juicy fruits selection, topped with sweet and creamy custard, just a perfect combo. The size is big enough for the price they're selling which I don't really mind as long as they tasted good and well worth my money.
Croissant has never tasted so good!
As a kid, I always like to pester my mother to buy me butter croissants and baguette. It's so crunchy and there's just something about lightly salted butter that goes so well with croissants. Not only do I love eating croissant, I also love to make a mess out of them. You know when you eat croissant and as soon as you bite them, there will bits and pieces coming off and landing on the floor? I bet you all have the same issue as well.
And in today's world, their croissants have never tasted better. With lightly salted butter, it is like a rainbow ride in your mouth that can get you addicted to it. Although the baguette is usually used to eat together with my mother's beef stew nowadays, it is still pretty great. Crunchy on the outside but soft and fluffy on the inside, just the way I like it.