It has been a very long time we have heard about this restaurant called Levain. It’s located in the heart of the city. Finally, we managed to pay this place a visit for our brunch.
It’s our first visit. We were quite blur on what to order or how to order our food. We found a seat upstairs and asked Mein to sit and wait. However, I went downstairs and found another seat which is better for photography. Called Mein to come down and sit.
Later on when I went to grab our food, I found out that there a red coloured “Occupied” placard, which you can place it on the table you want to reserve. Now, I know what to do in our next visit.
Here are the pastries I picked. I highly recommend Danish Mixed Nuts (first from left). Coco Crunch (second from right) was good too! We loved Seafood pizza (third from right). However, Caramel French (far left) was not really our taste. To be frank, I find the price is slightly to the high side. Pampering ourselves with luxury food is ok for once a while.
Mein enjoying her big slice of Seafood Pizza. It can be reheated at a reheat counter at the restaurant.
Nom nom nom!
The ambience was definitely relaxing for a wonderful Sunday morning. The crowd was definitely big at around 10am and faded off around 11.30am.
There are more seats upstairs. So, don’t fret if ground floor is full.
The pastry area… be my guest…
Let’s’ tapao this yummy Danish Mixed Nuts for ma…
Cutey Coco Crunch… with 2 eyes… hehehe…
You can opt to park your vehicle in the restaurant with a pay of Rm2 only. However, spaces are limited. I parked further and walked there. Do take note that there are many Indian self-claimed parking attendants around, asking for money.
This restaurant opens at 7.30am – 9pm (daily).