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Telephone
03-4162 0113
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sat
12:00 - 21:30
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/missellieteahouse
Signature Dishes
Australian Beef Casserole Chicken Parmagiana Choc Chip Red Velvet Pandan Pannacotta Peach & Almond Tart Strawberry White Chocolate Tarts
Review (2)
Level3 2015-09-14
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If you are looking for a Hi-Tea place, Miss Ellie will be a good place to be consider. A nice cozy place with an english concept. Really got me the experience of dining in some British cafe.I was having a fever that day so i skip work and took my MC. I was with my friends that 'happens" to ask me for a Hi-Tea sesh ( how can you even say no to food even when you are sick? )We found this Miss Ellie Tea House just next to Al Shakya (a convenience store where i normally go with my pyjamas on). It was really inviting even from the outside. We went in and nobody was there and we thought it was someone's house! (because of the decorations makes you feel at home). Just before we make a move, this lady with a warm smile greeted us and she was very friendly like we've known her for years already.We asked for the special menu. She happily suggested to try their scones so we did. We ordered 2 sets of scone, each set cost RM10.50. You can choose your scones from chocolate, raisin, plain or oat. We chose plain and chocolate scone. Other than that we ordered this white chocolate cake (RM6.50) and for my runny nose, i ordered chamomile tea (RM7.50).For the scones, it tasted really good because it is not too sweet (i'm on diet so it’s a plus for me). I prefer the vanilla better than the chocolate but my friends liked the chocolate scone better. The cake taste is okay but then it was not the best white chocolate cake i ever tasted. Chamomile tea is superb. No more runny nose .We hangout for 2 hours not knowing that it was almost 5.00 p.m! Usually on weekdays they said most working people or those parents with their kids back from school will come to have some coffee or tea here.After a week i came again with some other friends of mine and again and again because i never get bored plus it is just nearby my house! ( perhaps not with my pyjamas on). Usually it will be fullhouse over the weekends.Overall: The owner will serve you, very friendly, cozy, the best scone in Klang Valley. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-17
96 views
Its calm facade might make Miss Ellie Tea House look like a charming Cameron Highlands cafe, but mercifully, this hidden gem is only a half-hour from KL's center, nestled on a suburban street where parking's aplenty in Taman Melawati.Can't call it an English tea without scones: pastry chef extraordinaire Justin Wong offers not only the regular plain ones, but also rich chocolate varieties.Creme brulee might seem like a cliche, but here's one of KL's best, made with real vanilla pods instead of essence, for luxurious flavor & fragrance.Gooey goodness: Waistline-wrecking salted caramel choc fudge cupcakes.Passion fruit tart, beautifully balanced somewhere between sweetness &, well, tartness. Strawberry & white chocolate tart, delivering creamy-crispy mouthfuls of bliss. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)