I remember my parents taking me to Delifrance as a kid. We will always order the egg or tuna filling for the sandwiches, with a crisp baguette or a flaky, buttery croissant. So a visit to Delifrance is always, always a treat.
Over the years, I still go back to Delifrance for breakfast, lunch and even afternoon tea as there is an outlet close to my work place. Recently, Delifrance underwent a re-branding exercise. The interior is styled after the causal Parisian bistros, creating a comfortable, welcoming feel. Delifrance is like a contemporary French bakery and café that merge simplicity, authenticity and traditional bakeries atmosphere together with jovial, trendy and casual Parisian coffee place.
Apart from their traditional best-sellers like freshly-baked delectable tarts and pastries, which are perennial favourites of Malaysian; Délifrance is also introducing some popular items such as cupcakes and macaroons and quiches.
While the fresh baked products can be seen from the displays, Delifrance’s sandwiches are made to order right in front of customers. My favourite classic is the La Baguette or French butter croissant sandwich, and the fillings can be choosen from Egg D’vine, Chicken D’light & Tuna D’licious.
We had the Tuna D’licious (RM 12.90) with Delifrance French Butter Croissant that is baked with French butter for a soft and flaky texture, resulting in 36 layers. The sandwich was filled to the brim with a generous amount of tuna flakes and fresh crisp greens.
This Mushroom Quiche (RM 9.20) was rich, delicate and perfect for fancy afternoon tea. I requested for it to be reheated, and it was loaded with savory mushroom flavour once it came out from the oven.
The tea time set is part of the Le Café Gourmand (set c, RM 10.90) concept – eating for the art of French living. It comprises ‘bite size’ desserts consisting of three mini patisseries accompanied by a cup of coffee. I like the dainty size as it allows me to sample the éclairs, fruit tarts and cream puff at one go.
I didn’t think I liked bread pudding until I had this one. The Croissant Pudding (RM 5.30) was loaded with croissant, so it was so much more buttery. The croissants add so much richness and flavor to this bread pudding.
There are many reasons for us to visit Delifrance – decent food, comfortable environment and friendly services. It is also an all round familiar name which we all grew up with.
Visit http://www.delifrance.com.my/outlets for more information.
If you have a BonusLink Card, remember to flash it at Delifrance from today till 30th September 2014 and you will get to enjoy 15% off your total bill. We have certainly done that on our visit and received the 15% discount off our total bill!
The discounts are also being offered at the following F&B outlets for BonusLink Members as well:
Tony Roma’s: 10%
The Grind: 10%
Daokia Soya Pudding: 10%
Café 9: 20%
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