Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

The scariest thing about eating at Bangsar is finding parking! So I love all eating spaces that are within walking distance of Bangsar Village; I can park underground and perhaps do a grocery run while also getting lunch. 

We originally wanted to have a lunch date at bait after reading that their fish and chips is delicious, but that odd place only opens up from 3PM onwards. So on the fly, we decided to head up the stairs to this restaurant called Roost... 

It sounded perfect; small portion food that's healthy as my date just spent 2 hours at the gym. 

The space is so pretty and MUJI-esque! I really loved sitting right in front of the open kitchen and watching the chefs at work. I noticed there were a lot of cabbage preparation so I'll try to order the cabbage dish next time. 

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

My favourite must-order dish is the scallop and my date loved the beef tartare. He loved it so much that he went again the next day with his friends.

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

You can skip the hummus dish but the panna cotta was also quite nice. 

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

Lunch at Bangsar (Roost, Jalan Telawi)

It costs about RM100 per person which is reasonable for an adult date and most of all, I love how you leave the place feeling full but not guilty because everything is fresh and good for your body. They also have interesting beer selection you won't commonly find but I heard that it's expensive (I am the kind of person who will order a flat white or latte wherever she goes).

Highly recommended for a quiet lunch or dinner to talk and catch up!


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