Sunday, July 12, 2009

French Food @ Cuisine Studio

For a change of scenery, hubby and I decided to deviate from shopping malls and went walking at Ttdi park. After our walk, we wanted something different for lunch so we tried to find our way to Tropicana. I heard from several expat and local friends about a cooking school which also serves good French food. We found the country club easily and headed to Cuisine Studio. It's located inside the Country Club itself and quite nicely decorated. When you enter, one will immediately smell freshly baked bread.
We ordered salad for starters and it came with bread and a small sample of tapenade. Then we took the duck Cassoulet which I totally miss, especially after tasting a superb one last year during my stay in South of France. We devoured the dish in minutes. It's probably the only place in Malaysia that has that! We finished off with a lemon Tartlet. I was also able to buy a bottle of the French Monin syrup in apple flavor, which we love! We usually mix it with cold water or sparkling water for a refreshing drink. Total bill came out to rm 214.45 Let me share the breakdown of our bill.

Cuisine Studio at Tropicana Golf & Country Resort
Garden salad rm28
Duck Cassoulet Rm 62
Lemon Tartlet rm 18
White wine glass rm 20
San Pellegrino rm15
Monin apple syrup rm 43.48
Plus tax and service charge
Total was at rm 214.45


  1. 62rm for duck cassoulet,,,steep

  2. well , yeah it was a bit pricey but where on earth (i mean in malaysia) can you find duck cassoulet? unless you do it yourself ... which i plan to do in a few months time. Hubby got me 3 recipes which i plan to test ... but not anytime soon bec i just had my fare of cassoulet!

  3. Top quality food is always expensive...



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