Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Tous Les Jours @ WOLO Hotel, Bukit Bintang, KL

We have been meaning to try Tous Les Jours, ever since they opened their first branch in Jalan Telawi, Bangsar last year. However, we always get drawn to Les Deux Garcons instead when we are in the vicinity. One day, after lunch at Marutama Ramen, we decided to pay a visit to Tous Les Jours outlet in the newly opened WOLO Hotel. 



Tous Les Jours, which means "everyday" in French is a French-Asian bakery. Established in 1997 in South Korea, TLJ has more than 1300 outlets in 8 countries from Korea to China to the USA. It serves a wide selection of breads, pastries, cakes and beverages. The outlet at WOLO also serves hot food.

This outlet has a really lovely ambiance - lots of natural lighting, high ceilings and nice design. Comfortable seating allows customers to sit back, relax and enjoy their food/drinks.The breads and pastries are nicely set out on counters, and it's self service - pick what you want and then pay at the counter. Order your drinks and cakes at the counter and they will bring it to your table.



Wonderful array of pastries


Our initial beverage choices were unavailable, but we finally settled for an organic cold chocolate (RM9) and a cold cafe cappuccino (rm9). I enjoyed the chocolate drink a lot, it was not too sweet and creamy. Yum.

I picked out the strawberry fresh cream cake (RM8.50) and Cream Soboro, also known as Korean streusel (RM3.80).  The cake was delicious, soft sponge cake with layers of cream and strawberry. We also enjoyed the Soboro, soft bread filled with custard and fresh cream.


The only disappointment was the Custard Cream Danish (RM3.90) which was described as "pastry filled with sweet custard cream". When we took our first bite, we expected to bite into cream but there was nothing. We queried this, and was told that the custard is baked into the pastry. Well, that's not how we read it - we suggested that they change their description as it is very misleading. Not good at all.



Cream Soboro




Breads



And here are our noodles from Marutama Ramen (at Fahrenheit 88) which we had for lunch earlier - super delicious! This is definitely ranked as one of my Top 3 Ramen places in KL. :) You can read our review here.




One of the best ajitama (flavored egg) around ;)


Tous Les Jours opening times: 8am to 11pm daily.

Price: Total bill RM38.95.

Location:  Tous Les Jours, WOLO Hotel, 126A-C, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur. (opposite Lot 10)

Tel: 03-4065 0088

GPS Coordinates: 3.147097, 101.711364


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10 comments:

  1. Lovely, i am a huge fan of bread, will definitely check that place out, thanks for sharing :D

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  2. Nice place to chilaxing after a day of shopping. Certain disappointing if no custard cream in the bun

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  3. nice pics! i like creamy-soft pastries, so the cream soboro would be my best bet! :D

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  4. Oh, like the design of this bakery shop. May be this can become our next gathering venue, hehe.

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  5. It looks French in design but the cakes remind me of what you find in Asian cake chops-interesting! :)

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  6. Hi Yen,

    Both places look equally good! Like the pastry place more because I'm the pastries person rather than ramen :p

    Zoe

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  7. Hi! Thank you for reviewing Tous les Jours. We are glad that you like our place. We are sorry that you are disappoint with the Custard Cream Danish. We have get our Pastry & Bread Specialty to check on the Custard Cream Danish as customer satisfaction is important to us. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Hi.. Are the bread and meat baked/made there halal? Since you don't have JAKIM Cert..

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