Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The Loaf, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

After a morning of shopping in Pavilion KL, we decided to stop at The Loaf for lunch. The Loaf is a lifestyle bakery / bistro, jointly owned by Motoko Resources Sdn Bhd and Tun Dr Mahathir. The outlet in Pavilion KL was opened in September 2007.

The premium breads and pastries are made daily from the finest imported and local ingredients using traditional Japanese techniques. Flour is imported from Japan and butter from Belgium, making the breads unique.

The restaurant is quite cosy. Service is pleasant.

Langkawi Sunset /The Loaf's Mocktail / Pineapple juice (RM10 / RM10 / RM8)

We were served some complimentary bread while waiting. OK I admit that when this was served, I thought it looked like ordinary wholemeal bread one can get at the supermarket. But looks aside, this was actually very nice, good quality soft bread.

Since they pride themselves in their freshly made bread, Hubby decided to order The Loaf's Club Sandwich (RM20). A tower of toast, chicken ham, streaky beef bacon, farm fresh egg, tomatoes and crispy greens, this was one tasty sandwich! Just wish that they would make it more bite-size-friendly, so we dont have to struggle to fit everything in our mouths.

Surprisingly very good sandwich

Since I wanted something light, I had the Creamy Mushroom Soup (RM14). The soup is prepared with fresh buttom mushrooms and possibly topped with some truffle oil. In my opinion, this is the best mushroom soup we have tasted (when compared to other mushroom soups in the same price category). Laden with chunky mushroom bits, the soup was thick and wholesome.

One of our guests had the Beef Brisket Sandwich (RM32). The beef brisket has been braised in BBQ sauce, so it is tender and slightly sweet. Then, it is topped with Italian mozzarella cheese, onion jam and jalapeno. It was delicious, though I felt it was slightly overpriced for such a small portion.

Big Country Farmhouse (RM12)
Baked omelette with cheese, mushrooms, spinach, sliced onion, beef bacon and crispy green salad.

After lunch, we headed over to Baskin Robbins and enjoyed some ice cream. :)

Verdict: The Loaf is an ideal place for light bites, though prices are not exactly cheap.

For full menu, click here.

The Loaf also has outlets at Langkawi, Bangsar Village II, Empire Subang and IOI Puchong.

Opening times: 8am to 10pm daily.

Service: Good.

Price: RM135 for 4 adults.

Location: The Loaf, Lot 3.13.00 & 4.12.02, Level 3 &4 Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03- 2145 3036



  1. i like the ambiance at the loaf's dining area at pavilion, cos it's quite cozy. but the lack of alcoholic options on the drinks menu keeps me away, heheh :D

  2. i heart the bread from the loaf, soft and fluffy one but the price is kinda @@ scary

  3. The loaf is good but pretty pricey!

  4. The drinks not cheap wor.... >.<

  5. the best mushroom soup in my opinion (for the price of only rm13.50) can be found at Dome's :P I never fail to have a giant bowl everytime i pop by. I absolute adore the one at Alexis too! (my favourite so far).

  6. RM32 for Beef Brisket Sarnies is pricey! That's even expensive in GBP (sorry I still convert sometimes!) But now you've made me feel like a cheesy sandwich:)

  7. ah yes, we don't mind the food here but it's so bloody expensive we normally end up walking away.. :P

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