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Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accept Credit Cards
Wi-Fi
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/enginzacafe
Signature Dishes
Mixed Fruit Tart Green Tea Mousse Cake
Review (34)
Level4 2013-06-28
196 views
En Ginza is a dining place nestled in a corner of Tokyo Street on Level 6, Pavilion, a popular shopping centre in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. The restaurant is offers the culinary fusion of Japanese menu and French bakery, which is its unique selling point and different from the other Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.This round, I went to En Ginza for macarons when I spotted the colorful delights from the outside of the shop. I could not hesitate to grab a total of 6 types of macarons which they have plentiful of flavors like Pistachio, Chocolate, Mint, Orange and more. The macarons is simply good and the crunchy. When you just have a bite, it is sweet and just melt in the mouth.Taste: 5/5Price: RM 3.80/ eachAddress: continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-19
52 views
这里买的都是面包,虽然现在的人说吃面包还贵过吃饭,可是我就是喜欢吃这里的面包.这里的面包很新鲜,吃起来不会觉得很硬而且还很松软.卖相方面也很特别,种类也相当的多选择. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-05
15 views
每次经过en Ginza都会不禁的要去看看他们的面包。这里的面包种类繁多,每一种面包的卖相都非常好,有些还很特别。这里的面包都弄得非常的好吃。软软的,带淡淡的面包香甜。价钱也不会太过份。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-07
31 views
Ginza Cafe located in 6th floor of Pavilion KL ,along Tokyo Street. Its a great place to rest after a long day shopping, teatime or a simple dinner. Especially for girls, because they have this hello kitty coffee art latte cappuccino. How adorable, you can't resist it. The place is have a wide space with simple design which look really comfortable to dine in. The staff there also very helpful and friendly too but sometimes when it gets too crowded especially weekends. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-06
19 views
This restaurant offeres the largest macaron ever. It looks like a hamburger to me. I mean a mini hamburger. There are some fruits on top of the macaron and makes it more like a cake too. The taste of the macaron is slightly a little bit too sweet to me. And then I definitely cant put the whole macaron in my mouth. Need to use fork and knife to eat. And it destroyed the look of it. continue reading
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