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A Visit To Pâtisserie BoutiQue Before The CMCO

BEFORE THE CMCO STARTED IN IPOH .... I took the youngsters to a nice lunch, the place is called 
Pâtisserie BoutiQue.  Not easy to go in before this pandemic, it is always crowded and needed reservation.  Even with the covid-19, it is best not to go during peak lunch hours, the tables are mostly reserved or occupied.  With limited tables and seats, it is best to go during brunch, 10 in the morning and before noon.

We made a mistake, we reached there around 12.30pm and the tables were all reserved.  However they did not turn us away, they allowed us to sit at the reserved table till 1pm and when the guests came in, we were ushered to another table cos they need the long table where we were seated.  We did not really mind since they did helped us to move the dishes to another table further away.  That is why I mentioned that it is best to go during off peak hours to avoid this problem.  

I like their quiche, this time it was smoked duck... 
Warmly heated up, this cost around RM18
Seafood spaghetti.... 
This order is quite popular... 
I think it is over RM30... not sure exactly how much...
Those cheese lovers might like this... 
For me, it is a bit overwhelming...
I rather have a normal croissant... 
For desserts we ordered this to share.... RM17
Macha pie with ice cream and fruits as toppings...
Quite a big portion and it is definitely worth trying... 
That was our last lunch we had before CMCO was implemented in Ipoh... 
Since then, we did not go out  together...
Either 2s, packet home, online delivery and homecooked food only...


 

Comments

  1. I have always wanted to try quiche but no chance yet. The quiche looks good and yummy.

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  2. They have lifted the CMCO at a lot of places, can fly now!!!

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  3. The quiche and the cheese bred with egg...I would eat seconds!!

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  4. I would love to have the cheese but not the runny yolk.

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