There are many cafes situated in Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Bangsar that offer tantalising all-day brunch fare, quality coffee and tea, as well as sinfully sweet desserts in charming and unique settings.
Today we get to taste out the new friendly Bangsar neighbourhood cafe that serves Italian food with Korean cafe inspiration. The owners of Table9 Cafe & Kitchen are from Korea and the master behind these secret recipes! For the cafe hoppers, you may want to try out Table9 Cafe
Table9 Cafe & Kitchen Address
21, Jalan Telawi 3, 59100 Bangsar
Our review started off with a simple order of the Japanese Cucumber (15.00) that is served with a spicy sesame dressing. This dish is served chilled and the thinly sliced cucumber was crisp to bite into with a mix of a slightly spicy taste. A refreshing start or as a palate cleanser dish.
At Table9 their main mission is to serve delicious dishes while using healthy ingredients and seasoning to make one of the most joyous healthy salad offerings as in the Sauteed Mix Mushrooms Salad (RM18.00) that is served with Grana Padano cheese and are lightly dressed with a Balsamic dressing that gives a slight sourish taste to this salad.
The Table9 All Day Breakfast (RM25.00) comes complete with chicken sausage, beef bacon, grilled tomato, sauteed mushrooms, toast with butter and Jam (ours came with a french toast (top up RM1.00 and for a top up of RM2 you will be able to order it with pancake), hashed potatoes and for the eggs, you can choose either scrambled or sunny side up egg.
The next dish is the BLT Sandwich (RM24.00). which is serves with a thin slice of turkey bacon, lettuce and tomato on a toast.
For the meat, we had the Chicken Jager Schnitzel (RM29.00). It is a traditional German dish made out of cutlet of chicken meat and is served with a mushroom gravy. To add a special taste, the chef has also included a slice of lime to add a distinct flavour to this dish.
Pasta is a versatile dish that is easy to cook but in the wrong hand it might be a total mess but at Table9 the Aglio Olio tossed in Olive oil with Turkey Ham and Spinach (RM24.00) was done to the right perfection as the pasta was just the right texture that we like.
Our second pasta is the Table9 Picante Seafood Pasta (RM28.00). This pasta was cooked with an array of seafood which includes the mussels, white squids and prawn. It has a slightly sourish and a spicy taste which went well with the seafood combination.
The last mains that we had is the Table9 Picante Cream Risotto (RM28.00). I am not a real fan of Risotto, if you are a fan of Risotto and loves seafood with a spicy undertone, this might be a good option for you.
For desserts, the Bingsu is a must try. I love the super fine and flaky milk flavoured shave ice. It literary melts in the mouth. We were told that the machine that shaved out this super fine shaving; is very expensive and fully imported. The first Bingsu is the Espresso Bingsu (RM15.00). The espresso was served in a separate container and is poured over the shaved ice.
Next, we had the Tomato Bingsu which was highly recommended by the owner. I kind of like this as it is served with a special tomato puree. There are in total 8 different flavours that you can choose from.
Our last one was the Oreo Bingsu which is served with the crush Oreo topping with drizzles of condensed milk. For a limited time, there is a current promotion for the Bingsu which is at RM9.00 per serving.
If you are looking for a relaxing afternoon with an aromatic cup of freshly brewed coffee (Korean beans) and some Instagrammable dishes, Table9 might be a good option to start with.
Table9 Cafe & Kitchen Location Address Map
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