Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wagyu Burger with Foie Gras @ The Deli, Micasa All Suite Hotel KL

"Mummy, I want to eat duck confit!"

Many people find it hard to believe that my 3.5 yrs old daughter knows what duck confit is. Her favorite place for duck confit is none other than The Deli. We love coming here after our visits to Prince Court MC or in the evenings with the grandparents, good casual food which we all enjoy.

As usual, after visiting the hospital today, Baby C asked if she could have duck confit. So that's how we found ourselves at The Deli and Hubby getting to try the wagyu burger!

You can choose to have wagyu burger on its own (RM20) or with foie gras (RM45). Hubby opted for the non-foie version, but I am sure the addition of foie would be lovely.. this is from the "specials" board so am not sure how long will it be around. One thing for sure.. it's one tasty burger which Hubby wouldn't mind having again, so hopefully they will put this on their permanent menu. 

Wagyu burger


Served with melted cheese, sundried tomatoes, and rocket leaves


They also have several new additions to their sandwich menu, the French beef tartare (which we tried on another visit) and the croque monsieur (which we have yet to try). The French beef tartare sandwich was reasonably good, though we do prefer the grilled beef sandwich or the Wagyu burger.


Nothing new in the salad department.. two of our regular orders are the nicoise salad (very appetizing dressing and a beautifully cooked egg makes this good) and the duck leg confit salad (RM17). We don't even mind getting our hands dirty eating all the meat off the duck leg.. yums!


Duck leg confit salad

I also like the fish and chips here (RM20)... the fish was coated in a light batter and fresh, and the handcut chips was nice and crisp.


And yes, we always end our meal here with the strawberry meringue with caramel ice cream (RM10)... and sometimes the caramel slice too. ;)

Read our previous review here.

Full set of photos available to view here. 

Opening times: 11am to 7pm. Closed on Sundays.

Complimentary parking for The Deli customers.

Location: The Deli, Micasa All Suite Hotel, 368B, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2179 8082 ext. 7082

GPS Coordinates: 3.162273, 101.719548

20 comments:

  1. This is one of my fave haunts for a quiet meal. Nothing too costly yet food is most times brilliant. Love the duck confit and grilled beef sandwich.

    Yet to try the beef tartare sandwich. Must head in soon...and end with either the apple tart or the strawberry meringue ---> followed by a must have run to work off the sugar high feel:D

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    1. Yea we come here at least once a month, usually when Baby C asks for her duck confit. We ended up eating more than we planned yesterday afternoon as we had time on our hands. ;P

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  2. Your daughter is going to be a bigger foodie than you are!! :D

    When i was young, i told my mom: "i wanna eat those funny wrapped things with meat inside"

    And my mom would look at me, puzzled.

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    1. I think it will be fun if she grows up loving food and we get to go out together and enjoy good food together.

      And what's the funny wrapped things with meat inside?

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  3. but but but u mentioned foie gras in the title! anyways without is better so i dont have to drool over that idea while staring at a picture.

    gosh 3.5 yr asking for confit, u have trained your daughter well..

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    1. Haha I didn't mean to mislead, just wanted to advertise that they do have wagyu burger with foie there. I would have loved to have the burger with foie but daughter wanted to duck confit so I have to share that with her.

      luckily the duck confit here is affordable, if not I pengsan.

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  4. impressive... yr daughter knows her food well! ;)

    and yes, The Deli is really a hidden gem for beautiful food! My favorites are still the French Onion Soup and Grilled Beef Sandwich to be ended with French Pithivier! After reading yr post, a must visit is required..

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    1. She also knows her macarons too! Btw I find it really amazing that sometimes I give her something without telling her what it is and she can work out the flavours of it. She's got a good palate!

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    2. hehe.. she must have gotten that from mummy? ;)

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    3. I think it's a great skill to have ;P

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  5. RM 20.00 for a Wagyu beef burger? O.O"

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  6. Sign that your baby is a foodie: "Mummy I want duck confit!" !!

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    1. She does know how to appreciate good food!

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  7. Your daughter already know good food at such young age, one day she will br like you, a good foodie. Their burgers look so good!

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    1. Yes took a bite from Hubby's burger and it was very juicy!

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  8. whoa, RM45 for a foie gras PLUS wagyu burger seems like a steal! i know it won't be a massive chunk of foie gras, but it's still becoming more and more difficult these days to get any dish that contains foie gras for around RM45, what more with good-quality beef! :D

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    1. Heheh go try it and let me know if it's any good! The foie and burger together!

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  9. Wow, the burger sounds good, Wagyu beef burger with foie gras, too bad I don't take beef, but will recommend this place to others. Haha, and your baby is a genius! I didn't know what duck confit is until I grew up. Lol!

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    1. Hhahaha I guess she gets exposed to different food that we do.

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