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Telephone
03-7727 7277
Opening Hours
Today
16:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sat
16:00 - 00:00
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Delivery
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Topshelf/375852669103899
Signature Dishes
Eggs Crostini Pesto Capellini Topshelf Burger
Review (11)
Level4 2012-09-14
534 views
Classic European fare has come to Taman Tun, thanks to this casual cafe that concentrates on French & Italian favorites. Pesto cappellini (RM20++), a light but lush starter of angel hair pasta with toasted pine nuts, pesto sauce, shaved parmesan & the faint hint of truffle oil. Wonderful for whetting the appetite, offering a squeaky-clean taste & silky-smooth textures. Moules mariniere (RM29++), the Normandy staple. Savory mussels cooked in a slurp-worthy broth of butter, white wine, shallots & parsley. Pan-seared halibut with braised baby leeks & onions in ginger bouillon (RM36++). The setting at this restaurant might seem sterile & cafeteria-like at first, but the management & service team are more than friendly enough to make up for it. Jean-luc Colombo Cotes Du Rhone 2009. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
149 views
French does their dessert right and that was what I was told. However, nobody warned me about their petite size. On one side was the puff pastry with champagne-poached berries and lemon curd and on another side was chocolate glaze. The chocolate glaze was made up of vanilla ice cream with some chocolate cookies crumble (I guess) which was a thoughtful combination of texture and flavor; smooth against coarse, sweet against bitter.The puff pastry was the highlight and the size of the puff did not do it justice. Crispy from inside out, it broke apart with slightest pressure, and boyfriend and I had to rush to rescue the falling crumble and scooped some of the poached berries to eat with it. The poached berries were soft and poaching it with champagne made it alive. While the poached berries were sweet, the lemon curd was there to be the antagonist. The balance was good despite the strong contrast that both carried. Surely we can have some more right? continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-28
90 views
Most of my experiences with pesto is where pesto is like a watery sauce that's used to line a pizza base or drench some pasta; but Topshelf redefined what I expect of pesto.Rich in consistency, it holds its own shape, much like peanut butter except not quite so sticky-gooey. Rich in herby flavours and creamy in texture, the pesto is an aromatic and indulgent sauce and feels almost like an independent dish.Toasted pine nuts give a lot of nutty aroma to the dish, despite being small in quantity; and the shaved parmesan gives a mild sharpness and heavy mouthfeel to the dish.The serving size isn't very big, but the richness makes it good enough for one. Unfortunately, I shared this and it wasn't enough for me. continue reading
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(Non-member) 2012-06-11
84 views
I drove 40 mins and found out that the restaurant was not open on Sunday night even though the operations hour stated otherwise. I should had noticed when no body pick up the phone. What kind of restaurant is this! continue reading
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