Last weekend, the three of us caught up at uppity town Bangsar for some delicious bites and sweet indulgences.
It was mid day by the time we arrived, so it was a dilemma whether to eat a really late lunch or a really early dinner. But we decided to eat to our hearts’ content anyway. After all, meals should always be defined by our stomachs and not by the time on the clock.
Today’s look was very… catwoman LOL
Jessicat wears: Tank in black by Mizz Demeanour | Accessories by Hard Rock Shop |
High-waisted shorts by PDI | Cat bag from a fashion bazaar | Jeffrey Campbell inspired heels by H&M
We were scouring Bangsar for good places to eat, but realized that we’ve tried almost every gastronomic delight the buzzing street had to offer. Tired of walking around in circles, we then then decided to look up HungryGoWhere.com to make a quick search on where to eat, right from the palm of our hand. How convenient!
HungryGoWhere.com is a comprehensive Malaysian Food Guide, Restaurant and Rating site. Go check it out!
Arrived at a restaurant called Nosh. Had a chat with the waiters and soon decided
that’s where we’re gonna be parking our arses for the afternoon.
Can’t wait to nosh on our food!
We took a seat and I excused myself to check out the restaurant interior – as usual.
Bet my buddies are all pretty used to this disappearing act of mine the moment we step foot into any new restaurant we visit 😛
The facade was enough to draw me closer into the dining area.
Loved its classy, clean-cut concept. Wide spaces were used very well!
It boasted an interior of bright and colourful modern art as well as a neat layout.
On the right was the drinks bar where drinks and light food takes shape.
The main kitchen is inside, of course.
We skimmed through the menu and placed our orders.
Guess what comes next? 😀 More selfies of us! 🙂
Come to think of it, nothing really has changed in 6 years. Except that we probably have make up
on and are now both working professionals instead of party-hard students.
Oh and, bestieJoyce doesn’t have braces on anymore and I don’t have my long red hair anymore.
That’s about it.
On to the food! May I first warn you that they taste just as delicious as they look in photos? 😀
Nosh did a great job in the food presentation and plating.
Beef Bolognese on Chunky Chips
This was a really tasty beef bolognese topped with melted cheese on a bed of potato chips.
Every bite had a light and hearty, smoky aftertaste. I liked how the chips were cut into wide chunks instead of the skinny versions.
Mushroom Gnocchi Symphony
This Italian dish was really filling! Instead of the usual semolina or wheat versions, this was a fabulous combo of gourmet sweet potato gnocchi served with mushrooms and cream sauce. Every bite was a mouthful!
Also another signature Italian dish, this boasted delicate gourmet pasta sheets filled with pumpkin served with a luscious onion butter sauce and fresh sage. Very used to the usual spinach ravioli, Nosh’s version of mashed pumpkins gave me a fresh alternative and complemented these ravioli very well.
Salmon with Lemon Capers
Always a fish person, I couldn’t possibly give this salmon treat a miss. Loved it to bits!
A thick piece of salmon fillet grilled to perfection greeted me the moment I laid eyes on my plate. Served in a lemon caper cream sauce, the salmon came with delightful sides of roasted rosemary potatoes and grilled seasonal vegetables.
I could definitely order another one of this and finish it in under 10 minutes.
Dessert time. Which one should I pick?
We are sweet tooths by nature so we were spoilt for choice!
After taking almost half an hour to narrow down and select our mutual favorites, here’s what we got!
We chose the Peanut Butter Heaven and Mont Blanc in the end.
The Peanut Butter Heaven promises heaven to the last bite – and heaven I experienced indeed.
As a diehard fan of both peanut butter and chocolate, this peanut butter cheesecake slice was right up my alley. It was light, not too heavy on the cheese consistency, drizzled with caramel on top and sat on a bed of chocolate crumbles and chopped salted peanuts.
The Mont Blanc was a chocolate cake soaked in rum and resembled a mountain after a snow blizzard of chestnut cream. Dusted with sprinkles of green tea powder, it gave this treat a slight bitter aftertaste to an otherwise sweet dessert.
Loved them both! It was interesting how they plated both the desserts like a platter
on one long rectangular plate instead of serving it in individual plates.
It was a fantastic day catching up and noshing delectable food and desserts.
Where else but NOSH, really? Thanks, NOSH for a delightful evening!
Price range for this restaurants from its lighter, smaller meals at RM9 onwards to the heaviest main event at RM70. However, you can be satisfied with most decently sized meals ranging between RM19 to RM40.
If you’d like to search for more similar places that might suit your fancy, just browse the directory at HungryGoWhere.com 🙂 And yes, you’re welcome.
[highlight style=”yellow” ]For more information on Nosh or to place your reservations, you can:[/highlight]
Log on to their official website: www.nosh.my
LIKE them on Facebook: fb.com/noshKL
Drop by their outlet at this address:
7, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 49100, Kuala Lumpur
Contact them at this number: +603-2201 3548
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