Thursday, May 3, 2018

Good Dinner @ Le Pont Boulangerie

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All opinions are solely mine & subject to
my own discretion. 


Our close & generous friend Bruce Lee & wife treated us to a sumptuous dinner. It was so delicious that a non foodie blogger like me need to share it here. This dining place has a very cozy ambiance and comes with very good service which was very prompt, efficient and indeed thoughtful. Le Pont has the same perfectionist boss as the Xenri Japanese restaurant which I had my buffet earlier on. Both the outlets are located along the same quiet lane off Old Klang Road (Opposite Pearl Hotel). They have just opened another branch at Sri Petaling which the thick skinned yours truly, is waiting for Bruce Lee to host another dinner treat and invite me. Sadly, he doesn't read my blogs cos I didn't tell him it still exists.

I am not good at describing all the details of the food and taste like these famous bloggers Kris, Ah Hong Chee, Mun and Sean. I would just chomp and swallow big mouthfuls as usual which often irritates my wife for all my bad manners. I often forgot the names of the food and overlooked the photo taking as usual. This round, I took photos of all the pages of the menu so that I would not forget the names! So clever me. I have spiced up my photos with colorful graphics to excite my readers instead of writing. Hope you like it.


Meitako Pasta - RM23.90 / Mushroom Carbonara - RM23.90 / Spicy Marinara Cordon Bleu Pasta - RM28.90 
/ Le Pont Signature Uruchimai - RM27.90


On the ground floor of the premise, they have a popular bakery section which has many trays of European styled breads, buns and healthy baked cakes for the customers who could sit with friends over coffee and tea. There is an artistic staircase that leads up to the dining area which is often packed until its closing hour at 1.00am daily! I wonder how many dining outlets would be so thoughtful to close at this hour?



BBQ Hawaiian Pizza - RM26.90 / BBQ Chicken - RM16.90 / Hibiscus Rose Tea - RM16.00+

I am very convinced that they have a team of dedicated chefs who always strive to achieve the highest standards of quality. I have observed them several times for their skill and craftsmanship in their culinary presentations where they only used top notch ingredients.



Teh Tarik Pavlova - RM17.90 / Rose Latte - RM12.00+


I was told that their well experienced Chef de Cuisine has designed a menu which serves a diverse mix of snack & comfort food and main courses that all reflect the French-European dining connections. Everything was cooked to sedap perfection to please me. We ate more cakes and drinks but I forgot to snap photos as usual. Give me time and practice to learn how to blog about food instead of just juicy gossips and spooky tales.




Le Pont Boulangerie
6, Lorong 1/137c, 
Batu 5, Jalan Kelang Lama, 
58000 Kuala Lumpur, 

Tel: 03-7783 0900
Business Hours: 10.00am till 01.00am


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42 comments:

  1. Just had time to read your posts and I discover a new foodie on the block!

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    1. Welcome back. You have been a high flying grandma!

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  2. When I see the chocolate cake, I was so tempted by it, but I have to cut down on it, I was told to lose weight and exercise...

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    1. Just eat the whole cake today and worry tomorrow lah. If clothes tight, you should buy saree to wear.

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  3. Make me hungry and salivating over the food here. The square pizza. And oh my, I see the chocolate cake. Hungry ...

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    1. The pizza is very good and my first time seeing a square one.

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  4. Every blog has its niche...and yours seems to be juicy gossips and spooky tales mah...kekeke! ;) I'm sure you'll make a good food blogger too. Hey, I may need to borrow your description....sedap perfection...hihihi! :D I've seen pics of this place...really spacious and good-looking.

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    1. I like this restaurant very much which could lure me back again. I always rank myself like a sundry shop blogger! Muahahaha

      I know I won't ever become a food blogger but I always lost the chance to save photos of the good food I have eaten. My blog has been a good diary to keep track of my trips and even events like funerals. So I will keep my food posts simple for my old age memories.

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  5. All looks good. So, which one is ur recommendation?

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    1. I would recommend the BBQ chicken, any pasta and the Teh Tarik Pavlova for sweet toothed hungry ghosts like me.

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  6. the uruchimai looks like my choice! i like rice bowls, especially when they're balanced with different protein and fibre for a lot of flavours and textures in one recipe :) hmmm, i also chomp and swallow big mouthfuls ... it's the best way to eat as much as possible! :D

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    1. It would be nice to meet you up someday for me to interview you. After that we can eat mouthfuls on everything.

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    2. haha, can - message me on facebook - look for me at sean yoong ;)

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  7. I've been there and super love their bakery section. Yes, love their staircase too and of course their food is top notch.

    But I don't go there frequently as it is out of our way though :(

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    1. Looks like you have been to all the good dining places in whole Klang Valley!
      I also love their bakery section to admire and smell their freshly baked trays of buns.

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  8. Yes, the food at Le Pont is quite good. I just don't like the parking at that area.

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    1. I think the best time to eat there is on Sundays. Plenty of parking awaits!

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    2. Yeah, I recently went to Xenri on a Saturday night and there were plenty of lots available.

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  9. I've been to both of their outlets and it's usually on a weekend when it's not that packed. The food is alright but I like the ambience, quite chill :)

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    1. You are so smart when it comes to choosing the hours to escape the parking madness. You know that vicinity well. The food is good for their prices.

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  10. Wah, it opens still so late! Sure can lepak there & talk talk talk until after midnight!

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    1. I agree that this place is good to welcome burung hantus to makan sambil borak! This is so rare.

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  11. I have walked into their new Sri Petaling branch but not eaten there. I think there used to be an old branch at Sri Petaling but not very sure about this. You make all food sound delicious!

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    1. We tried to visit their Sri Petaling branch but they were closed for renovations. I only dare to blog when the food is good otherwise I would just trash them from my memories.

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  12. wah, open till 1am, good for those night owls eh, are you one of those? hehe :P
    PS: I still prefer your gossip and spooky posts, haah! Kidding only. Practice make perfect, jia you!

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    1. I am definitely a burung hantu and love such places. I used to hang out at 24 hour bowlings, restaurants and supermarkets when I was student overseas. It was so unhealthy to stay wide awake till wee hours.

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  13. Too bad Jalan Klang Lama is a bit out of the way for me or else I would sure visit to try the food. Eh, Ah Hong Chee where got famous?

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    1. Oh well it is not so far like having to travel to Kajang, Bangi or Nilai. It is just Old Klang Road, not so far away from Mid Valley. Ask your Grab drivers to fetch you there. Go!

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  14. Actually I like your juicy gossips but will skip the spooky ones :P

    Wow open till 1am, good for those who eat their dinner late

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    1. My spooky tales are always so mild yet you are so scared. Why nobody ever gave me an award for Best Gossiper in town? LOL
      I do treat this blog as a diary for my old age if I ever have dementia like my father.

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  15. So thoughtful of you to introduce to us the full menu. Will try this food joint if I ever go pass that area...

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    1. This area is no issue for a seasoned traveler like you. There is no good mountains that you won't climb!!

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  16. Bruce Lee? Fuiyoh.... big name :)

    hahaha so panai ah snap photo of the menu. Ya lor...i used to do that coz if not will end up as chicken something or pork something

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    1. wah lau eh... the name like tongue twisters la.

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    2. The little boy must be thinking...faster la snap pic...

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    3. I agree that the name is tongue twisting and sound like Hokkien abusive words. Go try this place someday and you will love the food.

      That little boy is actually a little girl.

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  17. CB Pasta? CB Pasta?? I want that!

    On closer look... oh, Cordon Bleu... :/

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    1. LOL. You are definitely my CB brother when great minds think alike. CB! CB! CB!

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  18. Love Mentaiko! Anything with it makes me drool........

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    1. You are a diva when it comes to the best dining experience. There is so much for me to learn from you.

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  19. Not a bad foodie post and your snaps said all in delicious way. Ever if u has narrated I couldn’t get what rather seeing. Taking all these items in one dinner could not possible for me and I can never go more than two

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  20. Everything looks so yummy! ^.^ I will make my way here one day.

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