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Level3 2015-06-24
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NOSH, a dessert place which is definitely familiar to all the deserts-lover out there.Located at Jalan Telawi 3 at the ever so happening Bangsar (same row as Dip n Dip), NOSH has won the heart of many desserts lovers out there with their palatable & divine desserts.NOSH is run by this lovely lady, Judith, who spent almost two decades in Japan working as a pastry chef. After returning to her homeland Malaysia, she worked alongside with her two trusted bakers in a hotel until she decided to open her own humble shop two years ago with her two loyal bakers working alongside with her.Judith is a creative and lady who often come up with new desserts which are inspired by the four season in Japan, namely Summer, Spring, Autumn & Winter. NOSH only uses quality & fresh ingredients in their desserts and the sugar content in the desserts is kept low as Judith believes that fresh & good ingredients brings the best taste out of a dessert and sugar-coating the dessert will only cover-up the original taste of a dessert.NOSH's Hot Food MenuBeing a dessert-centric restaurant, don't be surprised that NOSH has a proper dessert booklet menu but only a page long of hot food menu! In conjunction with Mother's Day, Judith has came up with a marvelous new dessert plate that sets to delight all's taste buds...Introducing the ROSE PALETTE (RM36). Featuring FOUR type of desserts incorporated with rose petal & lots of love. The Rose Palette is available from now till 31st of May 2015 and only a limited quantity of sets are served daily so be sure to make a booking beforehand!The Rose Palette is beautifully plated by NOSH's skillful bakers. Each and every single details are meticulously handcrafted to perfection.Rose Berry PavlovaSweet, melt-in-the-mouth Meringue topped with soft Rose mousse & tart berries.This would definitely be my favourite among the four rose palette dessert. The meringue is on the sweeter side but it was balanced off by the sourish berries and mousse. A perfect match of taste and flavours.Rose TrufflesRose infused white chocolate with almond ginger & sea salt. A mochi-like dessert with a chewy interior.Valrhona & Rose Chiffon CakeLight as a feather chocolate chiffon cake garnished with sea salt rose butter cream & touches of raspberries. Each butter cream rose was meticulously piped on the airy chocolate cake by their talented pastry chef, ensuring perfection.Cross-section view of the Valhorna & Rose Chiffon Cake.The light & airy chocolate chiffon cake complements the creamy butter cream perfectly, with a hint of rosey taste. NOSH's desserts always hit the spot, with a sweetness that is just right and not overly cloying.Rose Jelly Organic rose petals in a rose infused tea jelly with a basil seed sauce . The jelly has a soothing feel which was really refreshing.Broccoli Soup RM14.90Broccoli gently simmered down topped with Parmesan Cheese. Served with a slice of fluffy garlic bread. A healthy soup to kick-start our meal. The soup was creamy and thick just the way I like it.Prawn Mame RM13Prawn and edamame fritter. Crunchy on the outside and juicy prawns on the inside.NOSH Ribeye RM62Juicy grain-fed Angus beef served with red-wine sauce on a bed of roasted potatoes & mushrooms & seasonal veggies.We requested for our steak to be medium and it turned out just the way we wanted it. Steak was cooked till perfection, and it tasted good on it's own. Tender & not too tough. Thought that it would be better if the steak is served without the sauce though.One can never leave NOSH without trying out their desserts. Feeling greedy, we decided to end our meal with a sweeter note.If you're wondering why NOSH doesn't display their cakes and desserts out at the counter, that's because all desserts at NOSH are freshly baked & crafted upon ordering!Apple Rum Raisin Cheese Cake RM18Plum Apple & Plump Rum soaked raisin, baked to perfection with Cream Cheese, sitting on a bed of buttery crumble. The creamy texture of the cake and the contrasting crunchy texture of the crumble just go together so perfectly, with a hint of alcohol in the cake.Peanut Butter Heaven RM18Peanut butter combined with cream cheese, topped with salted peanuts served on a bed of crunchy chocolate crumble.Peanut butter fans do not miss this. The cake has an evident peanut butter taste which was a perfect match to the chocolate-y crumb. I find this cake a little too cloying though, just my personal opinion and preference but nevertheless it was a good dessert, just that it wasn't up to my preference.Valhorna Heaven RM36Signature & best-seller dessert at NOSH. A platter featuring (from left) Gourmet Chocolate Ice-Cream, Molten Chocolate Cake & Tart Au Chocolat!Do yourself a favor and order this if you're a chocolate fan. The chocolate ice-cream was rich & creamy, molten chocolate cake was perfect, and the tart au chocolat had a crumbly rich chocolate-y crust, and a molten chocolate filling which was just heaven, Each bite was simply divine. Words can't describe how good this palate was.And of course, we wouldn't forget the mother of all dessert, ice-cream! Rum & Raisin RM8Each scoop of gourmet ice-cream is priced at RM8 and is served two scoops in a martini cup. The rum and raisin perfectly hit the spot with the right balance of alcohol taste, sweetness, and creaminess.Vodka Lime Sorbet RM8My favourite ice-cream. The Vodka Lime Sorbet is basically like a frozen cocktail ! Refreshing with a tangy taste.NOSHNo. 7, Jalan Telawi 3,Bangsar Baru,59100 Kuala Lumpur.Business Hours:Mon - Thurs: 10an-11pmFri - Sat: 10am-1amSun: 10am-11pmFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoshKLWebsite: http://nosh.myContact Number: 0322013548 continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-27
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http://relishbyrae.blogspot.com/2013/10/savouring-at-nosh-bangsar.htmlHere's the afternoon tea set for two at RM 52. It came with a 3-tier stand filled with green tea cakes, banana cakes, chocolate pastries, freshly baked scones, sandwiches and canapé, served with coffee or tea at your preference. I love all the sweet treats so much, particularly the green tea and banana cakes. They are not too sweet, flavourful and just simply delicious! Find out more at Relish by Rae continue reading
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Last weekend, the three of us caught up at uppity town Bangsar for some delicious bites and sweet indulgences.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.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.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 ChipsThis 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.Pumpkin RavioliAlso 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 CapersAlways 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.It was a fantastic day catching up and noshing delectable food and desserts.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. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-26
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I mentioned that I will bring the other half to Nosh after my last visit and few days ago we finally had the chance to do our little date night. I called beforehand to enquire about vegetarian options and it seemed promising. As I browsed the menu, I knew this meal was going to be good and it surely didn't disappoint! We started with some truffle cheese bread. The bread was toasted with thick layer of gorgonzola and cheddar. The gorgonzola was pretty strong (well it is a blue cheese after all) so I felt that the addition of truffle wasn't necessary. In fact I think the flavours kind clashed a little and it was bordering on stinky. But no matter, the bread was nice and fluffy, definitely comforting. Frank wanted the 'Smashing Cucumber'. It looked like nothing much but tasted pretty good with hint of sesame and soy, a Japanese twist I suppose. The crunchy and slightly sweet cucumber was very refreshing. Our last starter was these garlicky, peppery sauteed mushrooms, which came with toasted bread. Frank wasn't a huge fan but I loved the peppery note. Very moreish. The token vegetarian got the Pumpkin Ravioli which induced a case of food envy in me. Look at those gigantic handmade ravioli! Each of them filled with fresh, soft pumpkin that is seasoned just right. The butter, cheesy sauce was eye-openingly rich and full of flavours, with hint of deep fried sage to add that herbaceous note. This was so good I wanted to have more. But I was getting quite full at this point and needed the stomach space for my main course. And luckily I practised some restraint because my braised beef cheeks dish is huge! I wasn't supposed to be eating red meat but the menu description won me over. The gravy has coffee in it! I've always wonder how that would taste like, and turns out coffee complemented beef in a very strange way. I guess the slight bitter burnt taste works. The beef cheeks were melt-in-the-mouth tender, amazing. I liked the mash because it wasn't overly creamy, which was quite necessary as this is a very rich dish. Loved the beautiful presentation of the dish especially the carved vegetables. So beautiful. I had to admit I couldn't finish the mash because I was stuffed!But we can't not try their desserts, especially after I saw pictures from my friends who have visited recently for their new desserts. Unfortunately the Goma Macha dessert I was eyeing wasn't available so I settled for the Pumpkin Panna Cotta, while Frank ordered an Apple Cheese Tart. Apple Cheese Tart in a deconstructed matterDecent dessert, but didn't have the wow factor. I did like the spiced apple and the cream cheese 'balls' though. Pumpkin Panna CottaFrank described this as over-the-top presentation but I felt that was the attraction of the dessert: wow factor. Not only visually pleasing, it was so delicious. The soft pudding has the perfect texture with ever so slight hint of pumpkin. The best thing is that it wasn't sweet and cloying. So, so good!I love the attention to details not only in their food, but also their service. Very attentive, quick to refill our glasses without being too disruptive. Love to come back again to try more dishes. Might just make this a monthly thing since they do rotate their desserts. The bill came up to RM322 but that was because we also had a few glasses of wine. But for food this quality, it's worth it. continue reading
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Level3 2013-04-01
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约了朋友要找间餐厅来个有情调的brunch,就从网上得知这一间,nosh。也试过mcD 的炒蛋,但平时比较难得会去吃炒蛋料理,这间Nosh提供了好几种口味的炒蛋料理,像是mixed mushrooms,salmon三文鱼的,spinach, 牛肉培根的等等。点了一杯 latte,坐在倚窗的位子看店外的车辆,不热所以很舒适。但美中不足就是不提供无限上网。Egg Scramble with mixed mushrooms 各类蘑菇炒蛋星期一休业. continue reading
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