Saturday, June 20, 2015

Huckleberry Food & Fare at Damansara Heights

I have always asked why, oh why does Kuala Lumpur not have enough breakfast places. I was happy to hear that this new place called Huckleberry Food and Fare opened nearby my place.

Located at the shop lots at Damansara Heights, it stands out beautifully with their white exterior and flowers beside the al fresco seating. 

The interiors are beautifully designed, you can feel the rustic & artsy elements surrounded by friendly waiters. I loved the long wood table inside the cafe, which is perfect for families or big groups. 

I also met the managers and people running the place -- you can see they are working hard to make sure everything is going well.

Highlights for us were the cinammon roll and Kouign Amann (the most luscious, buttery bread you will ever eat in your life). I remember gushing over the Kiougn Amann of The Bread Shop (which is also located in the Damansara Heights area).

They had hot breakfast dishes, lunch menu and more. Only had the stomach to try to some of it. Will surely be back to try the others. For us, the pastries were the must-have's.

Beverage Menu
Food Menu
Pastries Galore.... breakfast for 3 adults 1 child RM87
Interior of Huckleberry
Huckleberry Granola

Huckleberry Granola and Coffee

French Toast

Shashuka - Tunisian style baked free-range eggs braised in slow roasted pepper stew

Breakfast Bill 4 pax
Hucklberry Food and Fare
2G & 4G Medan Setia 2, Plaza Damansara, Damansara Heights, KL
Tel: 03-2098-7933
730am - 6pm

Revisited on June 27 Saturday Morning

Gave Huckleberry another visit and it was packed!

This time we dedicated our breakfast to just pastries and coffee.

Was disappointed with the cinnamon roll this round, because it was hard. As if it was overcooked or stayed outside for hours. I informed the waited and asked if this was normal, because last week it was oh-so-soft and yummy. One of the ladies came out to apologize and quickly replaced it. That was very sweet of them. This is all part of new opening jitters -- not everything goes 100% especially when so many people are coming at the same time... so we fully understood that some things could not be consistent. It was nice of them to offer replacement (and they did ask if I would like to just cancel).

Would still recommend their pastries -- and this round we tried the Almond Croissant. Not bad. It is hard to find decent Almond Croissant in KL. Even in France, not all places serve superb Croissant Aux Amandes.

Coffee is decent and will surely satisfy coffee lovers.

Al fresco seats. Helpful staff and owners.

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