The Rothchilds has been associated as one of the finest wine makers of the world. Recently i got my hands on these babies. =)

(L) Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1999
Tasting note: Quote Wine spectator "Complex aromas of Blackberries, Tobacco, Spices and Black licorice are alluring in this full bodied claret, with solid core of fruit and silky tannins. Long, Caressing finish, Superfine, well structured." 

(R) Mouton Rothschild 1986
Tasting Note: Quote Stephen Tanzer "Good medium ruby. Currant, currant leaf, cedar and dusty oak on the nose. Tightly wound and classic, with favulous acids contributing to its powerful spine. Wonderfully pure and intense, with great verve and grip"

Normally i'll ignore those tasting notes, because its sounded too foreign to me. I preferred the Mouton over Lafite, but this probably has to do with the year it was produce, i was told that the year 1986 Mouton should best be drank during year 2012, it's too bad i could not wait.

Happy camper of the day.

Its always pleasant to discover new places to chill out, and PH Pastry house provides the perfect ambience for a casual hangout with friends and family.Opened no less than 2 weeks ago, PH Pastry house primarily focuses on pastries (duh). We were able to relate the similarities with Levain Patisserie in their menu, with a small selections of simple breakfast items such as scrambled eggs and french toast, salads, pastas and pies. Coincidentally, both cafes are situated within walking distances.

I was immediately captivated by the facade and interiors of the cafe, a minimalist concept, with beautiful alfresco settings, both upon entrance and behind the cafe, its interior focus primarily on black, white them and bricks, surrounded by glass which enhances the brightness of the cafe creating a cheerful and casual dining mood.

Alfresco area

RM3.90 per macaroons

Since we've only tried the desserts this visit, i'll leave you guys to explore on the rest. It was unfortunate the desserts here did not flair too well, with many rooms for improvement- im referring mainly to their dry sponge base, which has ac oarse texture that requires some pressure forking through. Fortunately, the coffee is pretty good. Using Bristol coffee beans, my cappucino has a good fragrance, and the foaming was smooth and lovely.



I love the concept of this place very much! Looking forward for some more dining experiences in PH Pastry House

PH Pastry House
54 Jalan Utara,
55100 KL
Open Daily 7am-9pm
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